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9 IIVLIIUJ[VII
6 10 ATHLETES
[ust NTow Carry 11 Hours
adlelni Work Ol side of
1V1iy-ical Courlses
1N'1ER$tS(PlONA1,
C4}g 'ESS INADSABELIE
Ralph IVT. Aigler, of the Law
and. cha.irman of the Board
"rol of Atletics,,presented his[
report at the rn eeting of the
council, which was held yester-
he office of the President. Ile
ed three resolutions adopted
Western Conferenc~e -which
pproved by the council and
for the University. Thefirst
it "-No student in a school for
athletic directors; physical
on or any other similar tech-1
;ourses, shall be eligible for
nce athletics unless he shall'
r ried, passed, and be at .same
arrving a-minimum 6o7 14 hours
nester of regular' academnc or,
tic work as distinguished from,
in the theory, art or practice
tics or physical education; and,
case of students enrolled in
chools, work in such co xse6s;
theory or practice of athletics1
;ical education not be counted
ing up full work as required
Obility."
A, the Senate council app~rov-
Conference -suggestion of thel
nent of a commissioner of
s whose duties' are to stimur.
interest in Conference~ con-
id to promote the welfare of
ice athletics.
ly, the' council seconded:' the
n1: of the Conference tha~t "It
pinion of the Con ference that
tional contests involving :long
nd prclnged 'absences. 'fom
re inadlvisable."
ssor Aigler included in his re-
at the Board in Couitrol had
dated. along with the Board of
,x'1,500. for the purchase of.
.s lor the Varsity band. This
tion will provide for the se-
of new uniforms for the~ en-
d. He also spoke of th'e cx-,
A progress of the work oii the
:ld house.-
edulo of meetings for the
was adopted at this meeting.
ular monthly meetings will be
the following dates: Nov. 6, n ,F b .2 a c 2 a
June 11. There will be no
of the Senatfe council in April
unt of the recess which comes
time. The meetfings of. the
ty Senngtc will b5e held~ on
Jan. 15, March 19 and Maiy 14.slt fiihascolo}
and archaeology.in Con st~inti'-i
as brought up at tis N mting!
referred to the two clr slcal
ents and the departmojnit of
T]he suiggestion came from '
Tigert Unitedj States conmii-
)f education.

ary as it is truthful. All in all the are two airticles on the ruling of .Mich'- are: M. B. Stout, 2(.
article is a plea for better scholarship Iig)an.Th first, by Vernon Hillery '23, adI.S ol
at this University of which President peiet of the Student Council, tells iv rqyPehl
Burton is the head and its results may hiow th"is; body. funcutions andl the man-
only be judged after the midsemest-, >>r in wrhich it produces its results. has e Cetw the
ers have racked the tired student body Tb sheecond article is by a student on brake Co., dr Gaul
as they are destined to do. the eampus and it questions the man- ed by the General
Second in importance to President .'cr in which we have our government. Lynn, Mass., doing
Burtn'sconribtionis Sli Spral "Priniceton and the Development of turbines, and Mr.F
to Jauniaeruths is Se prou Polo" continues in the practice es- ience with the Per
article written by George B. Vincent, iahllislbed by Chimes last year in run-anthWstno
president of the Rockfeller Founda-'I 1' ng interesting stories on the activ-
tion and describing the work of tha tiie of other schools. It is written
organization as only its president can.byAon alcpinfthPrce
Thefrntgiee f te agzin i tonl polo team. Concluding the issue Sni
Th fotsieeofth agzie is "Seling Michigan" by James Frey, ce (
also of Dr. Vincent, a combined .photo1,.,Iisoth Michigan News Bur-,
and arton eatringthewor, ILine
and ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e catoaeauigthuok and the needed publicity that it
.Fiction finds its place in the numberI will bring Michigan that the article,
in threw stories. "Fortitude" is by tlls, and the first of a series of ar-
Marjorie Kerr, '24. Hard Hoover. '23, tcles on the same subject according
has contributed another of his pliilo- to the arnnouncement of the editors.
sophical stories, this one known as,
"The Four Leaf Clover." Verging ;On i r THE11iINS UCTORQI~S ADDED TO OUT 01O
the humorous is the final fictional of-, 1ENtANEERINC~ SCHOOL FACUTLTY
fort. "The Curse of the Leffingwell's",-
by Don Coney '24, tells all about howj Three additions have been made to " 'SE]
an innocent frosh came all the way to the faculty of the department of elec-
Michigan and how he made a most T.1 Inineig.Toofteme ~
awful rash bet that he could register tret r.iern.,To ftemn
i a day andi then it tells how' it was are Michigan 'graduates with two orPhn
all settled. three years practical ork in their Phn -
"The Governing Body at Michigan" fiel'..
and "Strident Governmenit--So Called" Those whlo have been appointd here _________

graduate 'of Lehigh
tem, Pa. Mr. Stout
Wei ti ghouse Air-
ilt has been employ-I
2Electric Co. at
ig special work on
Boll has had exper-
nnsylvktnia railroad i
ruse Co.

Card h am Barred
Kirlk Gardham, '23D, member of the
1922 Varsity baseball squad, has been
barred by the Athletic association,
from all further participation in Uni-
versity athletics because of his al-
leged professional status, according tot
an announcement made yesterday by
Fielding HI. Yost, Director of Inter-
collegiate athletics.

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