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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Illinois is to continue its plan this
ar of keeping all students in all-
md athletic activities which will
t throughout the entire year. The
npetitive plan was inaugurated two
rs ago, and several hundred stu-
its have annually competed for the
ards offered.

Competition under the system is di- requirements are made for each of the
vided into four groups, field and track groups, so that extraordinary ability
athletics, aquatics, antagonistic, and in any one group will not destroy the
gymnastics. The average student versatility idea in the plan.
The plan was started as an experi-
with a little application can easily ment to determine whether or not stu-
qualify for the novice division; above dents could be interested in all-
this is placed the athletic division, around athletic activities, rather than
and then the honor division of unusu- spending their time in the grandstand
ally good athletes. Minimum point or on the sidelines.

Ohio State Plans Pageant'
Ohio State is planning a semicen-
tennial pageant depicting the growth
of the university in its relation to
state and national progress. The
spectacle, which will be held on Ohio
field, Columbus, Oct. 15, will be pro-
duced under an executive committee
of students, who in conference With

parts to various campus organizations.
About 1,000 students will partici-
pate, the pageant being made up of
several episodes and concluding with
a grand recessional in which all uni-
versity organizations will be repre-
sented. In the story of the pageant,
the early unpopularity of state edu-
cation and the growing favor into

UNIVERSITY "Y"
PLANS EXTENSION
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a faculty committee will assign the I which it has come will be depicted.

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REIMAN, '16, TO HEAD THE NEW
EXTENSION DEPART-
MENT
UNIVERSITY SERVICES
WILL BE CONTINUED
City Canvassed for Jobs to Take Care
of All Applicants for
Work
With the inauguration of the Ann
Arbor Bible Chair, a new Extension
Service, and increased facilities in all
departments, the University "Y" serv-
ice will start this year with the heavi-
est program of service it has ever at-
tempted.
All the old departments of service
will be running as before, with head-
quarters of all denominational
church student activities, board fur-
nished by the "Y" Inn with greater
facilities, the University Employment
bureau and the Department of Reli-
gious Education.
Will Boost Michigan
Louis C. Reiman, '16, former Varsity
football man, football coach and pop-
ular pep meeting speaker, will hae
charge of the Extension Service de-
partment, the newest activity of the
Y. M. C. A., which will boost Michigan
throughout the state.
According to the plans now under
way, speakers will be sent out into
all parts of the state to talk in high
schools and other organizations, tell-
ing of the University and its religious
side. Deputations of students and
others will visit churches, Y. M. C. A.
organizations and similar places
where they can reach, talk with and
spread Michigan propaganda among
the people of the state.
Besides being the head of the new
service, Reiman has been appointed to
take charge of the work of the Pres-
byterian church at the "Y" as its rep-
resentative on the joint staff of the
association and the co-operating
churches.
First Services October 24
Continuation of the monthly Univer-
sity services has already been planned
for this year, and President Marion
L. Burton is to be the speaker at the
first of these, on October 24. Arrange-
ments are being completed with men
of national reputation to speak at fur-
ther services throughout the year.
The Students' Employment Bureau
is now under the drection of Mr.
Harry G. Mershon, assistant pastor of
the Congregational church and repre-
sentative of that churcn on the joint
staff. With the expectation of a large
increase in applications for work by
students, the city has been canvassed
completely by the bureau in search of
all the available jobs. At present the
applicants far outnumber the places
for them, but efforts are being made
to place all those wio apply.
The Undergraduate cabinet of the
association, composed of about 15
prominent men chosen from various
activities- on the campus, is to take a
leading part in the activities of the
"Y" this year and help in the enlarg-
ing and improvement of its service.
.Foreign missionary activities will be
directed by Howard R. Chapman, Bap-
tist representative, and the develop-
ment of friendly relations between the
foreign and other students is in charge
of Mr. L. M. Wallick, the Lutheran rep-
resentative.

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in good appearance.

Evans Resumes Work
Mr. Thomas S. Evans, who has had
charge of all the work at the Univer-
sity "Y" in his position of executive
secretary in the past year, will con-
tinue his work. Since his advent iu
that position Mr. Evans has put into
execution and carried to a successful
working organization the idea of mak-
ing the University Y. M. C. A. an ex-
eequtive head or center for the 'co-ordi-
nation of all the religious activities
of all the churches. The innovations
of this year, the Extension Service,
the department of Religious Educa-
tion, under Mr. Thomas M. Iden of the
Ann Arbor Bible Chair, and the in-
creasing and enlarging of the func-
tions of the Undergraduate cabinet
have all been under his direction.
The first of the local,. churches to
announce its program of student ac-
tivities is the Presbyterian, with a spe-
cial announcement of a series of ad-
dresses, on different topics of interest
to students, by prominent men; Pro-
fessor W. D. Henderson, director of
the University extension, will give the
first of this series, the subject being
"The Re-discovery of America."

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