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TUBER 171

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Stick Fencing and Boxing to-
Included in Courses Offered
Yearlings

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ALL AROUND DEVELOPMENT
YEAR'S AIM, DR. MAY STATES
Immediately after the last freshman
health lecture, yearling gymnasium
classes will start, the initial section
meeting Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 17.
Before then all 1926 men are required
to procure their lockers in the base-
ment of Waterman gymnasium and
purchase their regulation uniforms
consisting of white track trousers,
shirt, stockings, and tennis shoes.
The freshmen will be started at once
upon their efficiency tests, and an ac-
curate record of their performances
will be kept in the director's office.
Their . improvement from time to time
Vill be recorded and ifit ydoes not
appear to be sufficient they will be
stimulated to greater effort.
As soon as their efficiency tests are
completed the work will be taken up,
including single stick fencing. This
is new this year, and the frosh will be
taught all the motions and strokes in
the art of self defense and attack.
SOCOLOGYI DEPARTMENT
OFFERS NEWCURRICULUM
ANNOUNCE OUTLINES OF COURSES
IN SOCIAL WORK AND
PSYCHIIATRY
Attention of all students' interested
in sociology is called to ,the new an-I
nouncement of the curriculum in so-
cial work recently issued. This an-
nouncement outlines in a brief way
the variousbcourses offered in this
wvork for both undergraduate and
* graduate study.
Preceding the description of the
courses is a section discussing the
field of social work and following is,
a section on field work and employ-
ment.,
Among the courses offered Prof. A.
E. Wood,. director of the curriculum
for training social workers, Wishes to
call particular attention to, the one
fisted as Sociology 23b and 2 c which
deals with psychiatric social work and
is to be given by Dr. N. L. Perkins,
of the Wayne County Psychological
clinic. Thisaclass will meet for the.
first time at, 10 o'clock Saturday in
room 104 Ec.
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.

Boxing will also be taken -up againI
this year.
Students will not be allowed to
transfer from gymnastrnn' i-ork to
some freshman squad merely upon ap-
plication as formerly..., They will be
required to show some=interest and
more than ordinaryhabiity in the par-
ticular sport to, which they wish to
transfer. Their efficiency records will
also be gone over, and unless they
are above the average ifl t se they
will be discouraged froin-paticipation
on a class squad.
"Our ideal for this year," said Dr.
George A. May, directpr qf.WatermanI
gymnasium, "is good all around de-
velopment. We are not anxious to take
a man who is below the average gen-
erally and develop him .along one
single line, and I believe all the varsity,
coaches are with me on this point."
For Pens and Good Rep iring
RIDER .

A9NN ARBOR ,FLOODED B
STUDIENTSSEEKING WORKI
Flooded with students desiring part
time jobs of all kinds, Ann Arbor is
at a loss to decide where to place
them. All of the most desirable jobs,
from the student point of view, were
seized many days ago, in fact many
of them were taken before men left
last .Tune. These are the, room and
board positions, such as waiter, fur-
nace man, and others. They are also
the more permanent and extend over
more regular hours.
Despite the great rush on the book-
stores and others, clerks were plen-
tiful and there are still many experi-
enced ones trying to find work. House
porters and bank tellers were taken.I
One man at present, has his own1
truck here afid is looking for a de-I
livery position of some kind. There
was agreat demand for musicians but
even this was quite easily met and
now many good men 'in that field are
idle.

People have registered as having
done farm work or gardening, but
unfortunately there is very little of
that to be done at this time of the
year. Expert bookkeepers, electri-
cians, plumbers, men skilled in abso-
lutely every profession have reported
to the University employment bureau.
And men have been supplied to everyj

year a big one in his particular sport
and with the arrival of the winter
season it is highly probable that *i
Michigan will be represented by a
powerful boxing team. I Wew
Of the men who competed last year ing on(
only one, Lardner, heavyweight, is any pl2
lost by graduation. McKechnie, last A
year's captain and president of the2

profession within the city, yet still Boxing club and Wolinitz, who Both
there is a surplus in each. i box at 155 pounds, are back but have
When skilled work gave out men not started active work as yet. Hou-
began to ask for odd jobs and finally sel, Nahikian, McKelvey, and Bern-
all of these were given out. Of course baum, the sterling little 130 pounder,
more odd jobs turned up all the time, have all been seen, and Schroeder and
and th se !heeds, were immediately Yott, both of whom started green but
supplied. developed into excellent material, are
expected to report shortly.

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Sullivan Recrdy
For.2Boxing 'Year
With the arrival of Coach Sullivan
in Ann Arbor it is expected that box-
ing will begin in a few days. Sulli-
van has spent some tim'e this week
in rounding up the veterans of last
year and in looking about for new
material. He expects to make this

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