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BULLETIN

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'tONAL SPORTSI

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1922

Number 96

Students:
is requested that all students who have changed their address since
it semseter call at the office of the Dean of Students, Room 2, Univer-
all, and il out a Change of Address card.
J. A. BURSLEY, Dean of Students.
esidents of Student Organizations: ''
le attention of the Presidents of the various student organizations is
to a letter sent to them about Jan. 16th asking that -the office of the
of Students be supplied with membership lists.
. organizations which have not yet complied with this request should
n their lists of members at once.
J. A. BURSLEY, Dean of Students.
its, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
ginning Thursday, Feb.'16, and ending Tuesday, Feb. 21, I shall be
to keep my afternoon consultation hours.
W. R. HUMPHREYS, Assistant Dean.
,y Journal Club:
e Journal Club of the Zoology Department will meet Thursday, Feb.
7:30 p. m. Review of the work of Nachtsheim on sex determination
.ophilus. Tests of musical ability by means of phonograph records,.
e outlook for a knowledge of the inheritance of musical ability.
A. FRANKLIN SHULL.
cal Archaeology 6, Mythology:
uis course, scheduled for 108 Tappan Hall, will meet hereafter in the
rest room, first floor, Alumni Memorial Hall, at the hours announced.
C. BONNER.
)logy 44, Psycho-physIcal Methods:
lose who have elected this course will meet in N. S. 252 at 10 a. m.
lay to arrange. hours. FORREST L. DIMMICK.
Speaking 2:
r. Hathaway's Sec. V at 10, Tu., Th., will meet in Room 210 U. H. Sec.
11, M., W., will meet in Room 105 M. H.
J. H. HATHAWAY.
al Linguistics:
ie seminary in General Linguistics (2a) will meet for organization
at 1 o'clock in Room 107 Mason Hall. C. L. MEADER.
idents Receiving Wisconsin Bonus:
[dly call at Room 2, University 1lall, for your bonus check.
F. B. WAHR, Counselor, Federal Board.
'. C. Band:
e R. O. T. C. Band will meet in Newberry Hall7 p. m. Thursday, Feb.
2. R. ARTHUR, Major, C. A. C.
ical Association Lecture Course:
1ental South America" is the subject of the lecture at Hill Auditorium
t by Harry A. Franck, a Michigan alumnus. The lecture will be illus-
with still pictures. R. D. T. HOLLISTER,
Financial Manager.

SIX MEETS ARE LISTED
ON WRESTLING SCHEDULE
TEAM ALREADY SCORES DECISIVE
VICTORY OVER DETROIT
JUNIOR COLLEGE
Michigan's wrestling schedule calls
for six meets this year and one of
these has already taken place. One
meet at Ann Arbor and one away from
home are scheduled with M. A. C. and
Detroit Y. M. C. A. and a meet will be
held with the Detroit Athletic club
at Detroit.,
Humble D. J. C.
Detroit Junior College has already.
been the opponent at Ann Arbor and
even the most optimistic were more
than satisfied by the showing the team
made, for in each of the seven bouts
Michigan grapplerscame out ahead.
Defoe, gained a decision in the 115
pound class as did Halberg in the 125
pound weight. Gillard wrestling at
135 pounds threw his man in two min-
utes and 40 seconds. Falls were also
obtained by Campbell in five minutes,
in the 158 pound class and by Meek-
er, the heavyweight representative,
who threw his man in 6 minutes and
50 seconds. Haller, the captain of
the team, gained a decision over
Schmidt, his D. J. C. opponent, in the
lightheavy weight class. Clifford, the
manager of the team, won by forfeit
In. the 145 pound event for they had
no man to meet him. As 8 points are
given' for a fall and 5 counted. for
a decioion the Michigan men scored
44 points to their opponent's none.
Want More Heavyweights
More men are desired to try out,
particularly in the heavyweight
class, 175 pounds or over, and any-
one who is interested is urged to re-
port. Each Monday, Tuesday, and
Wednesday anyone will be given a
chance to wrestle with the man on
the team at each weight and if able
to down him will take his place on
the team in the succeeding matches
or until some one else overcomes
him. Anyone who wants to wrestle
for a position on the team can 6r-
range for a time by seeing Clifford
either at the wrestling room in the
basement of the gymnasium or by
calling him in the evening at 587-J.
The new wrestling room in the
basement is completed and all.bouts
take place there. Coach Thorne is
at the gymnasium three times a
week and is not only coaching the
team but is also helping beginners.
The schedule is as follows: Feb.
18, Detroit Y. M. C. A. at Detroit;
Feb. 25, M. A. C. at Ann Arbor; March
4, M. A. C. at Lansing; March 10, De-
troit Athletic club at Detroit; March
18, Detroit Y. M. C. A. at Ann Arbor.
60 BASEBALL MEN WORKING
OUT UNDER COACH FISHER
(Continued from Page 4)'
men now cut for the infield and out-
field but it is yet too early to make
any judgment of their respective abil-
ities. The coach will not be able to
select anything like a tentative line-
up until he has a chance to watch his
proteges work on the Ferry field dia-
mond. There will' undoubtedly be
some keen competition developed
within a few days for none of the po-
sitions are cinched and many of the
new men will make the veterans step
at a lively pace if they are to retain
their coveted positions on the Var-
sity. Batting practice in the cage will
not begin. this week.
Track Manager Tryouts Report Today
Tryouts for assistant track manager
are asked to report between 3 and 5
o'clock this afternoon in Waterman
gymnasium to Lawrence W. Snell, Jr.,
'23.
Drawing Instruments-Bargains in
second hand sets. Wahr's University
Bookstore.-Adv.
Loose leaf note books-"The Stand-

ard" at Wahr's University Bookstore.
sAd-v.
Drawig Instruments-Bargains in
second hand' sets. Wahr's University
Bookstore.-Adv M

TRYOUTS WANTED
Chimes Editorial
All sophomores wishing to try-
out for editorial assistants on
Chimes will please report at the
editorial office, third floor of the
Union, between 4 afid 6 o'clock
any afternoon this week.
Chimes Business
Freshmen wishing to try out
for the business staff of Chimes
report between 2 and 5 o'clock
this afternoon in the Press build-
ing.
Gargoyle Business
All freshmen wishing to try
out for the business staff of the
Gargoyle report between 1 and 5
o'clock this afternoon in the
Press building.
'Enslan Editorial
All freshmen wishing to try
out for the editorial staff of the
Michiganensian should report at
the Michiganensian office between
2 and 5 o'clock this afternoon.

was awarded an honorary Doctor of
Know Your Alumni Laws in 1898?
(By Courtesy of Chimes) Color Tournament Scores Announced
In the games played Tuesday after-
Do you know: / noon and evening in the basketball
That William R. Day was secretary color tournament the results were as
of state in 1898. that he was a T nited follows: Brown defeated orange,
States circuit court judge immediately green defeated purple, black defeated
following, that he has been a associate yellow. The reds lost to the grays,
justice of the supreme . court since andthe whites lost to the blues by de-
1903, that he has a son, William Day, fault.
prominent on the bench. in Cleveland,
and finally that he graduated with a Order your J-Hop "M" pictures at
Bachelor of Science degree from, the Spedding Studio. 619 E. Liberty.-Adv.

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-Adv.
Dance at C. of C. Inn. Wed., Fri.,
and Sat. nights. General admission.-
Adv.
Drawing Instruments-Bargains in
second hand sets. Wahr's University
Bookstore.-Adv.
Second hand Books bought and sold'
at Wahr's University Bookstore.--Adv.
Buy your class toques from Daily
advertisers.-Adv

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FIAT'S GOING ON I
THURSDAY
oad commissioners meet in
348 of Engineering building.
English department luncheon
ion.
oad commissioners hold see-r
neeting in room 348 of Engi-
ig building.
rgan recital at Hill auditorium.
Uchigan road commlssioners'
ngineers' dinner in assembly
of Union.
arsity Glee club rehearsal at
horal Union rehearsal at
1 of Music.
rogean club meets in room 302
on.
eshman Union orchestra meets
m 308 of Union..
% 0._ T. C. band practice at
erry hall:
eeting of ILa Soeledad His-
in Adelphi room of University
S. X. E. meets in room 229
gineering building.
gma Delta Chi meets at Un-
urnal club meets in room '$1
ural Science building.
llowshlp of Reconciliation
sed by Bishop Paul Jones
is hall.
iristian Science society meets
is hall.
ratorical association lecture by
A. Franck at Hill auditorium.
FRIDAY
ighway engineering confer.
aeeting in room 348 of Engi-
g building.
unius B. Wood speaks in Uni-

SUNDWALL URGES RATIONAL
ENVIRONMENT FOR CHILDREN
Dr. John Sundwall, director of stu-
dents' physical welfare, spoke last
night in Pattengill auditorium before
the Parent-Teachers' association on
the subject of "Mental Hygiene in
Children."
Doctor Sundwall pointed out that
the great thing in child development
is rational surroundings, removed
from the strain and nervousness that
pervades the average home of today.
He further indicated that poverty and
crime are due more to wrongly guid-
ed emotions when in the stage of
childhood than to all other causes
combined, attributing thetresponsibil-
ity for the guidance of a child's emo-
tions to its parents.
SHULL TO SPEAK ON "SEX
DETERMINATION" TONIGHT
Prof. A. F. Shull, of the zoology de-
partment, will speak at a meeting of
the Zoological Journal club at 7:30
o'clock this evening in room Z-231,
Natural Science building, on the sub-
ject, "Sex Determination in Dinophi-
lus." He will also conduct a series
of tests of musical ability, by means
of phonographic records, discussing
the possibility of knowledge of its, in-
heritance.
Simmons Announces Marriage
Walter H. Simmons, '22E, Varsity
track star, announced his marriage to
Lois A. Pettibone, of Armada, on Sat-
urday, Oct. 15, at a dinner last night
at the Delta Tau Delta house. Mrs.
Simmons will contiue her studies at
the Kelldg School of'Home Economics,
at Battle Creek, till the end of the se-
mester. The couple will then reside in
Ann Arbor for- the remainder of the
year.

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Laundry Agency Candies and Tobaccos

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k club meets In room 02

te English club meet
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Scout entertainment

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Burton and White Guests of Ford
President Marion L. Burton and
Prof. A. E. White, of the chemical en-
gineering department, were guests
Tuesday of Henry Ford and Edsel
Ford in Detroit.
Parker Returns from Europe
Prof. DeWitt H. Parker, of the phi-
losophy department, returned Sunday
from his leave of absence in Europe.
He will again assume his duties in
the philosophy department here.
Dr. Ridge Has Appendicitis
Dr. Ralph W. Ridge, of the Homoe-
opathic hospital,* was operated on for
appendicitis yesterday, and was re-
ported yesterday to be recovering
rapidly.

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Oratorical Association

Lecture Course

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U-NOTICE
he Students' Press club
riday noon are on sale at
i the Union desk today.
s 75 cents.
. of C. Inn. Wed., Fri.,
ts. General admission.-

"ORIENTAL SOUTH AMERICA" --Illustrated

-"The Stand-
ty Bookstore.

Drawing Instruments-Bargains in
second hand sets. Wahr's University
Bookstore.-Adv.
Loose leaf note books--"The Stand-
ard" at Wahr's University Bookstore.

Hill Auditorium

8 o'clock'

Admission $1.00

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Season Tickets, $2.50 and $2.00

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