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U U II WI ill U * ~U * NF'irst: It commercializes athlet-
ics and detracts from the spirit of
play.
alty, and a lack of harmony among
(Continuedthevarious forces that make up tv
from Page One) university.I
of making the game more interest, "Third: It detracts from the keen-
ing. The greater and more difficult ness of the contestants by substitut-
the obstacles the more intricate be- ing mercenary incentives in thq
comes the game. And the more in place or ideals."
tricate the game the greater the in-
terest in playing it and the greaten(
fthe satisfaction in winning. To over- AD S T
come these obstacles for the sake o
te satisfaction that comes with sul
cess is the ideal embodied in all !
games. To a, greater or lesser de
gree, dependingupon the bextent and MEETING TONIGHT MARKS OPEN-
nature of the practice, betting comr- FG~T' CTVTE
mercializesthe ideal and to that ex FOR YEAR
tent robs it of much of its keenest
thrill and satisfaction.
Interferes With Athletics Prof. H. C. Anderson, of the depart-
"More practically, however, the ment of mechanical engineering, will
practice of betting interferes with the speak at the initial meeting of the
progress of college athletics by stim- Engineering society at 7:30 tonight in
ulating ill feeling and destructive the upper reading room of the Union.
criticism on the part of those who The general subject for discussion
bet. Most students, alumni, or towns- will be the honor system and Profes-
p3eople who bet on their teams have sor Anderson will present the opin-
sort of vague idea that by so doing ion of the faculty with regard to it<s
they are demonstrating their loyalty, success in the Engineering college.
As a matter of 'fact, they are in near .Business to be taken up at the' meet-
ly every case sowing the seed of ac- ing includes the announcement .of thq
tualdislvalty. The time when a social trog a oeye on thi
team needs and appreciates support choosing of candidates for the office
is en it issiJsing. And right then of vice president of the organization.
is the time when the one who betr Tang and Tavares and the Five Piecq
usually forgets all about loyalty. Engineering Society orchestra wil)
.Studeiits,' especially, have no busi- furnish the musical part of the en-
n ss betting on games. Usually they tertainment.
are not betting their own money anci The liolding of discussions. is a nea
if they are they seldom can afford tCq institution in the program of. the so-
do it. As a result, if they lose they ciety it being the desire of the cos
find themseles having to "explain to mittee in charge, C. A. Campbell, '24E,
Dad' or having to go without thingq{ chairmen, to unite members of all:
they should have. Either is apt to be classes in the Engineering college in
unpleasant experience and it is onlyi discussions of interest to the school,
human natlir'e that they try to blame as a whole. Prominent men in thq1
some one else 'for their own hard luck. several fields of engineering will be
Before .they know it they are findint, secured to speak before the society in
all kipds of fault with the teanf, thE order to give the students of this or:
coaches, and everything from the wa- ganization an opportunity to learn
ter boy.to the president. And all thih something of the practical side of
because they lost a few dollars whicl-j their professions. All members aril
they had ni bsiness betting- urgently requested to be present at
P .ayers Lose Ideals this first meeting of. the year.
"Furthermore, when players know
that farae sums of; money are at stake IR. w. SINK IELIVERS LAST
they 'are apt to, lose sight of the o''FEH EAT AK
greater ideals for which they .aro FRESHMAN EALTh TALKS
playing. Th gain or, loss that some
personal friend might suffer tempor- Dr. E. W. Sink, of the University
arily overshalldows, in the player's Health service, yesterday afternoon,
mind the true spirit of the game. H gave the last freshman health lecture
forgets that 'heIs the representative to be given this semester According
fogtsta hIsto Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, directorI
of a great university, of its students, o the Halrvce, F o ha eenr
alumni and friends He foigets all' e Health service, who has een
the traditions that arebehind him and giving the lectures, attendance wasC
thegnaditions tatt are'befre.him an much better this year than last, fresh-
all thr, generations that are before. Hf imen showing increased interest.
forgets that he is playing the gamcl Those attending the lektures this,
for its own sake and for all it will year hve 'e< Pequird to take
mean to the spirit, morale and unani- notes, and hand in a written report
mity of his University. As- a result1 at the end of the series. The le tures
his game suffers. JTust as all the greaI will be repeated at. the beginning of:
llattles oi history have 'been fought the second semester fadr new freshl
and won by soldiers who embodied men, and those who may have missed
gr'eat ideals, so all the great athletic lecture this term. It is compuhory
contests have been fought and won j hat all first year students attend all,
by. athletes, who idealized their play ix health lectures.
"Summarizing, it is seen that bet---
ting on college athletic contests i, Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.
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ROS TO BE LISTED
AT UNION FOR GAMES
INCOMING ALIUillNI TO BE SUP-
PLIED WITH) IOUSING FOR
HOilE CONTESTS
Judging from the amount of appli-
cations for. rooms that are flowingl
into the office of the Union housing{

COEYCLUB PRESENTS
PLAYS TOMORROW NIGHT
"TIE BEAr" IAND "THREE". TO BE
GIVEN IN SARAh CASWELL
ANGELL HALL
Opening its 39th year, the Comedy
club, oldest dramatic organization at
ithe University, will meet tomorrow

present time abroga on a year's leavo
of absence.
The library committe is composed i
of six men who meet with the Librar-
ian at regular intervals of the year to
discuss matters which concern the

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library. The Senate Council meets
with the President once a month to
take up matters which concern the
lit school. The Dean's Advisory coinm-
mittee meets at the call of the Dean
to discuss matters of policy in the lit-
erary college.

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committee, more grads than ever be- night in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
fore will be back this fall to see Two one act plays, "The Bear" by
Michigan's fighting team in action. Anton Chekov, and "Three" by C. G.
Last year alumni came back from all Ely will be produced at this time for
the members and all visitors 'who are
sections of the country and in many interested. These plays wil be pro-
cases had difficulty. in finding suit-:dcdpeiu toherglrlb
able roams, but the committee this te n previous to the regular club
year hopes to be able to take care The cast of "The Bear" includes
of everyone.
MiltoneD. Green, '25, chairman of members of the club who were, prom-
Miltn D.Gree, '0, cairmn o inent in dramatic work on the campus
the committee, reports that a list of in the iast and the piece is under the
available rooms for the Illinois game iretiondoheistemsnde2.the
is now being prepared and asks the direction of Lewis Stoneman, '23. The
landladies to list t .Yir roomns or members who will take part are,
IMattie Proudfoot, '23, Charles Living
that game at the Union as soon as d ,
possible. "We know that there are ston, '25, and Lewis Stoneman, '23.
enough rooms in Ann Arbor to take "Three" will be produced under the
care of all the people coing for direction of Catherine Greenough, '23,
the Illinois game, and it is impera- nJd will include in its cast Howard
tive that the landladies hanc'"in their Stimfpson, '24, C. J. Dresbach, '24, and
lists immediately. We will need about Catherine Greenough, '23. This piece
200 rooms in' all," he said. was produced in Detroit last year by
the Players club of that city and was
E~~EAunritten by one of its members, C. G.
'FItIIS'FR-yEN A TOR CLI,]) Ely.
WILL ORGANIZE TONIGHT Tryouts, to fill the vacant placesl
caused by graduation, will be held-
Prof. W. D. Henderson, of the ex- within the next two weeks at a date
tension department, will deliver a to be announced later. As the club
short address to the Non-Partisan is limited by its constitution to 40
srris-For-Senator club, which isto imembers, membership is restricted by
F s - t u h i competition.

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be organized at 7:30 o'clock this eve-
ning in . room 318 ,of the Union. 3
H. A.. Coffey, '22L, will address the
club prior to Professor Henderson.
The-addresses will be followed by the
election of officers and the appoint-
ment of various committees.
The aim of the club is to promote
le candidacy of former Gov. Wood-
bridge N. Ferris for United States
senator. A thorough outline of the
work planned by the club will be pre-+
sented, one of the events being a
banquet to be held on Nov. 4 in honor
of Mr. Ferris who will at the time
speak before the students and citi-
zens of Ann-Arbor.
1 Pennsylvanian Named as head
(By Associated Press)
j.onstantinopie-Byron MacDonald
(Pennsylvania) was named to havqj
charge of all''American relief in Greek
islands; headquarters at Mitylene.,1
Consider International Holiday
Paris.-A movement is on to makq
Columbus Day a world-wide holiday.
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FACUTY Of LITERARY
COULLEE PICKS FICERS
Meibers of the faculty of the Liter-
ary college held their first meeting-
of the year yesterday afternoon i)
Newberry hall and elected officers tck
serve on the various bodies and coma
m ittees.
The following men were chosen tq
act on the standing committees of the
year: Prof. J. G. Winter of the Greek
department and Prof. L. C. Karpinski
of the mathematics department were
elected members of the library com-
umittee; Prof. R. H. Curtiss of the as-
tronomy department was elected a
member of the Senate Council; and
Prof. M. P. Tilley was chosen a mem-
ber of the Dean's Advisory commit-
tee. Prof. A. F. Shull of the zoology
department was chosen to fill out tb(1
unexpired term of Prof. E. C. Case ol
the historical geology' department to
act as a member of the Dean's Advis-
ory coummittee. Prof. Case is at the
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