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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRESHMEN TO BE MEN I
GYM TESTS THISUU YE
Inaugurating a new system, Dr. G.
A. May's department of physical edu-
cation will give the incqming class a
series of personal efficiency tests, in
conjunction with the physical meas-
urements which are taken yearly.
The personal tests, which are to in-
clude a series of indoor and outdoor
activities, will extend over the en-
tire year's work in freshman gym
,classes. Some of the events on the
chart which has been made out are
as follows: Chinning, dipping, rope
climbing, shot put, bar vault, 50-yard
dash, high jump, broad jump, half
mile run, gymnastics, swimming and
individual contests. This system which
is new in the field of physical educa-
tion is in use in several other uni-
versities.
Special importance will be attached
to games such as football, basketball,
baseball, boxing :and wrestling. A
distance kick and throw has been ar-
ranged for in football. A rather unique
idea will be worked out in baseball
with practice In throwing at a target.
This target which is 12 feet by 12 feet

has an outer and inner circle and 'Y' TO H AVE MORE
points will be scored according to the N UAV
hit. The basketball events 'will be IN S RILM VE
basketball shooting and distance
throwing. Teams will be made up With the purpose of bringing stu-
from the men in the classes in all dents and labor leaders to a better
sports to give them the advantages understanding and to a more perfect
to be derived from team play.
A chart has been made out for each knowledge of each others' pr'oblems,
man which indicates the average for n .Eraty,geeral secretaryf th
fair, good, and excellent in each of University Y. M. C. A., plans further
the various tests. Accurate records industrial moving pictures which
will be kept and appro'priate certifi- were inaugurated last Saturday'
cates of merit will be awarded to Mr. Evans states that his purpose
those makin' excellent grades in all is to bring students, particularly en-
events.medgineers, who will work in after life
It was at first planned to give the with laboring men and labor prob-
efficiency tests at the lame time that lems, to hear and talk with prominent
the measurements were taken but this men of this class both in Ann Arbor
was, found impossible. and from some of the industrial cen-
ters of Michigan.
Arrangements are being effected
Class Elections Next Week now whereby there will be men here
Plans are being completed by the as often as possible in the future to
Student council to hold the nomina- attend the Saturday night gatherings
tions for class officers the first of next and it is expected that there will be
week and the elections the last part a local labor leader here tonight at
of the week. These plans with the the meeting.
place and time for the elections in The moving pictures for this week
the various classes and colleges will consist of three reels, entitled "Alpha
be given fully in Sunday's Daily. Cement," "Speeding the Spoken Word,"
and "A Visit to the Grand Canyon of
Use the advertising columns of The Colorado." The first of these will give
Michigan Daily to reach the best of a good insight into the cement busi-
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv. ness and its manufacture, the second

AT THE THEATERS
TODAY

Screen
Majestle-"Lady Rose's Daugh-
ter," with Elsie Ferguson.
Mack Sennett comedy and
Pathe News.
Arcade-- Jack Pickford in "The
Man Who Had Everything."
Regular novelty film and Bray
Pictograph.
Wuerth-"Big Happiness," star-
ring Dustin Farnum. Snub
Pollard comedy and Pathe Re-
view.
Orpheum-"The Eyes of Julia
Deep," starring Mary Miles
Minter. Universal News and
Pollard comedy.
THIS WEEK
Stare
Garrick (Detroit)-The musical
comedy success, "Piccadilly to
Broadway."
Shubert (Detroit)-The Winter
{Garden's eiglfth annual review,
"The Passing Show of 1919."
shows many phases of the telephone
organizations of the country and gives
a new idea of their work and their
importance, while the third presents
many and varied views of the Grand
Canyon and the trip there, the pic-
turesque Indian dwellings and danc-
es which take place there nightly and
the famous inn near the brink of the
great cut.
Educators Like
Pitching Quoits

SCHUBE RT
DETROIT
The Winter Garden Eighth Annual Revue
The Passing Show of 1919
WUERTH THEATRE
TUESDAY-
William Farnum in "If I Were
King."
Hank Mann in "The Nickel Snatch-
et." Fox News.
Orchestra and Pipe Organ Music.
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAYj
H. B. Warner in "Haunting Shad-
ows."j
Kinograms and Hall Room Boys
Comedy.
Orchestra and Pipe Organ Music.
FRIDAY, SATURDAY-
Dustin Farnum in "Big Happiness."
Pathe Review and Pollard Comedy.I
Orchestra and Pipe Organ Music.

GAR R I c K
DETROIT
THIS WEK
PICCADILLY TO
SROADWAY
ORPEUM THEATRE
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY-
Buck Jones in "Firebrand Tre
sion."
Clayplay Comedy and Serial-"IH
den Dangers."
THURSDAY, FRIDAY
Jack Pickford in "In Wrong."
Comedy-"Bullets and Bullies."
SATURDAY-
Mary Miles Minter in "The Eyes
Julia Deep."
Universal News and Pollard C
edy.

J. L. CHAPMAN ______

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Anyone who happened to pass by
the home of President Marion L. Bur-
ton yesterday morning, could have
seen, an interesting game in progress
at the rear of the house. The Presi-
dent was pitching quoits. The contest-
ants in the game were President Bur-
ton, Donald J. Cowling, president of
Carleton college, Dean Roscoe W.
Thatcher and Dr. John Sundwall from
the University of Minnesota. They
were enjoying this morning exercise
prior to the meeting of the education-
al conference. in Hill auditorium.
Girls' Attention. Rain Water Sham-
poos, Marcelled" Waving, Face and
Soalp Treatment at Mrs. J. R. Tro-
ianowski's, 1108 So. University.
j Phonie696-W.-Adv.

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IN
"The Man Who Had
Everything"
Tomorrow- MoDnday & Tuesday
Here He Is

ALSO

MACK SENNETT COMEDY
"SHERIFF' NELL'S TUSSLE"

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Dance tonight, Packard Academy.-

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LAST TIMES TODAY SATURDAY SUNDAY - MONDAY
DUSTIN FARNUM MARY MILES MARY
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PATHE REVIEW : PATHE COMEDY NIN
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