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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY,

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W SCHOOL ji yMAKE Anvaramny maue Wa uuoMe i AJwA q n preod paort
in the Law school than those in other man or yo
R ASTIC DEMANDS groups, the other groups including course.
- -"- graduates of colleges (both Michigan New
(Continued from Page One) and others) and students entering Obvious.
intellectual regurgitation, it is with two or with three years of col- Athletics
ikely that he will thereby de lege work ofnormal grade. Adlics
any of the powers which he will Six-Year Men Lead administer
he must have if he will master The result of experience with this athletics i
aw. group of students (together' with oth- ountre oard
general interest of the Law er results tending in the same di- our board,
1 in the work of the college rection) has fortified the Law school three bodi
t from the general interest in its belief that prelegal work done University
i each part of the tUniversity by college students can be made more students,
n all the other parts) is thus in fruitful (so far as the Law school is now have
evelopment of capacity rather concerned) by an insistence on a high- thority is
in the acquiring of particular er degree of effort and accomplish- handle thi
es of knowledge. The Law meat rather than by the establish- cal tralnir
W's experience in respect of one ment of a curriculum containing any ment of p
mlar class of students from the particular courses. ment of t
ge seems to bear out this thesis. -_and staff
Requirements General ATHLETIC BOARD fessors, in
general the Law school makes SUBMITS R EPORT fall the f
equirement as to the character --
ke college work done by a stu- -
before he enters the Law sehool, (Continued from Page One) 1. Admi
it that it shall have been satis- this matter long and serious consid- compreher
ry to the college where it was eration during the past year and is training f
In the case of students taking, now unanimously of the opinion that of time to
x year-combined course, however, the University should require a cer- elude the
required that the college work tain amount of physical training in tivities of
before the student enters the addition to the gymnasium work now mural At]
school shall have been of afrequired of every student. This work 2. Arrai
e one-third above the normal re- should of course be integrated with ed to fit y
ments of the college. Students the regular University work and to go out
ging to this -group have almost should be considered just as much a ther state

he education of the young
Dung 'woman aR the regular
Department Demanded
ly the Board in Control of
Is not the proper body to
r such work. Intercollegiate
may very properly be ad-
dby a board made up as is
, with representatives of the
ies that go to make up the
,' the faculty, alumni, and
with some provision, as we
here, whereby ultimate au-
ivested in the faculty. To
is proposed work ini physi-
ng there should be a depart-
hysical education, a depart-
he University with its head
of professors, assistant pro-
nstructors, etc. Under the
of this department should
allowing:
Propose Methods

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k which is now required by the
s of this state and of 13 others. It
aid that the schools find it almost
ossible to secure competent train-
teachers to take charge of the
k which they are required to give.
Want Summer Course

3. A summer course for those who
find it impossible to come to the Uni-
versity during the regular year. In
such summer course use might very
properly be made of the University's
intercollegiate coaching staff. There
are a great many high school teach-
ers and coaches and teachers of small-
er colleges who would be delighted to'
take such work in the summer. A
summer course somewhat like the one
here suggested has been given for
several years at the University of Il-
linois and it is said that it is so
largely attended that it is a financial
success. A plan for the creation of
such a department of physical edu-

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EVERY IMAGINABLE FABRIC, PATTERN,
COLOR AND STYLE IDEA FOR MADE-
TO-MEASURE CLOTHES
Value giving is one of the cardinal principles of this business;
and the fact that we've donie'it always, and that our customers
know it, has been the real reason for our SUCCESS in making
clothes 'that are correct in every detail of style and fit.
We want to have the pleasure of making your next Suit.

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asive scheme of physical
or all students for a period
o be fixed. This would in-
gymnasium work, the ac-
f the Department of Intra-
Lletics, and much more.
ngement for courses design-
oung men and young women
to the schools of this and
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THE VICTOR Talking Machine
must have known that February
time at Mfichigan, for they have inclu(
new monthly record offering four dai
that will tantalize the sleepiest pair
you come early you will be able to'ge
ords; they'll help to liven up that hous
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tributions to the February Record
so, Alda, Homer, Schumann-Heink, V
and Johnson have recorded some fine
bers, while Heifetz, Kreisler, and Ha
offer two violin and one 'cello piece.
THERE ARE also three 'good vocal
popular artists. "Bye-Lo," "I'm
Without a Sail," "You'd Be Surprised"
kles"are included.a
Here are some of the features of the Fe
Dance Records
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list. Caru-
Verrenrath,
vocal num-
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records by
Like a Ship
and "Frec-
.bruary list:
Golden Dreams"
"Fluffy Ruffles"_
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."Taxi"
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WHAT'S GOING ON

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TODAY
0-Michigan-Ohio State game in
Waterman gym.
0-Mr. S. Zwemer speaks In Lane
all.
0-Glee club trip men rehearse in
Lane hall.
TOMORROW
:30-Sphinx meets in the Michigan
Union. Room number will be post-
ed on the bulletin board in lobby.
0-Twilight organ recital in Hill
auditorium.
U-NOTICES ,
e Classical club will meet at 11
o'clock today at Rentschler's for a
picture.
t Marines' club willmet at 12:15
o'clock Monday at Rentschler's for
a picture.
e Glee club will hold rehearsals
during examination weeks at the
regular times in Lane hall. The
Mandolin club will hold rehearsals
only on Monday and Thursday of
the second week of exams.
We can do those floors, if they need
flnishing or waxing. Call 237. C.
Major & ,Co.-Adv.

I

ion is in process of preparation
it is hoped that in the near fu-
e it may be in shape to present to
faculty and ultimately to the gov-
ing body for its action.

. Karl !Talcolml

604 East Liberty St.

Malcolm Building

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our select line of milk coated creams, nuts and
fruits.
There should be a box in your booth.
An "M" Box makes the most fitting souvenir.
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Joseph Smzith's Orchestra
Lanterns Glo . .. . . ' rches.r............
Van Etps Trio Smith's Orches

Glee and Mandolin Club
Saturday afternoon after the Hop,
Feb. 14.

Red Seal Records

"Vieni sul mar". . ... . . .. .Caruso
"Romance... Heifetz
"Menuet" ....Kindler

"The Bells of St.
"La. Gitana". .
"Thy Beaming E,

2 O'Clock

Hill1 Auditorium

"Dreaming Alone in the Twilight"...... ....
"Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still"........
Pagliacci-"Vesti la Giubba" .............
Messiah-.-"Oh Thou That Tellest... ......

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