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THE MICHIGAN DAIL\FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1922
PRESBYTERIAN STUDENTS ball 90 yards, and pole vault and
WILL HOLD BANQUET DEC. 1 TNbroad jump.
SNT N Olsen, director of the Howellnfl
1AL AMERICN MEET HEA9LTHI M PROVEME tNihbrodHos il ekat ~FORSIGMA GELUM PSI!' ___ mu Iti ems
-- the annual banquet of the Presbyter- --
(By Associated Press) RECORD CO)IPILED BY HEALTH ian students, to be held in the Pres- SEVERAL ATTEMPT REQU1E'. (Continued from Page Seven)
agton, Nov. 23.-Complying SERVICE SHOWS LESS byteriian church, Friday night, Dec. MENTS OF NATIONAL ATHLET- men from participating last week and
desire of the five central SICKNESS 1. Miss Marie Preston, field secre- I FRATERNITY he wishes to see the men in action
governments, the state de- tary of the W om an's Board of Home
i governments, the state de- ---- Missions, will ro be a speaker on . in order that he can estimate their
s oud ate According to statistics recently com- that occasion. Mr. Olsen was a stu- Several are now engaged in at- possibilities of becoming a Varsity
tes o nferen tic a enral apiled at the University Health serv- dent at the University of Wisconsin, tempting to fulfill the requirements runner.
i affairs which will meet here ice, the average health of the stu- graduated from the McCormack Theo- exacted for membership in Sigma Del-
> discuss matters of mutual dent body thus far this year has been logical Seminary in 1918, and was a ta Psi, national athletic fraternity. Twenty men are needed by the In-
to all six countries; considerably higher than usual. In director in the Baptist Missionary This honor society was established tramural department to referee the
ry Hughes, and Sumner spite of the confusion attendant upon Training school. here last spring, due to the efforts of basketball games that will be held
>rmer chief of the Latin- removal into a differenthbu.lding, it Dr. George A. May, director of Water- immediately after Thanksgiving in
division of the state de- S has been possible for the first month Searles Will Talk on Missionaries man gymnasium, Dr. Warren E. For- the inter-class and fraternity leagues.
to conduct the work of the Health sythe, director of the University It is wished by the officials in charge
have been appointed by service without one of the full time Mission!ary Education in China will Health Service, Dr. John Sundwall, that these games may be run off by
Lding au an American dele-,bthsujcfodiusonate,
then cone ec n wdene- Imembers of the staff. be the subject for discussion at the director of students' physical welfare the Christmas holidays. All men who
the e eni nof wAde- The new location, with its increas- meeting of the Chinese Friendly cir- and Elmer D. Mitchell, assistant pro- have refereed before in this capacity
x powe dscssonfAm- ed facilities, is expected to aid great c e at 8:00 o'clockstomorrow night in fessor of physical education. Short- and any others who wish to break
uvs, the governments iepre- dfcltei;Welyhl.M.GK.SaesofheEndn
sing: Costa Rica, Salvador, ly in handling the thousands of calls esley hall. Mr. C. K. Searles, of the ly after its inauguration two student in should telephone their names to
: CSchool of Education, will give a gen- members were taken, Walter Wes- the Intramural office, 2268-M, imme-
a, Guatemala, and liondur- received by the Health service every ea uvyo h uetfloe;mmeswr aeWle e- me
year. Plans are being considered for eral survey of the sbject followed brook, '22, Varsity track and tennis diately.
having all students examined at the by an open discussion. Mr. Searles star, and John Landowski, '23, Michi-
opening of school in the fall, instead f was cpnnected with educational mis- ga's pole vaulter last year. The winners of the architect-sopho-
soaywork in northern China forga poevutrlsyer'1ewinrofherctc-oh-
ITERS > f spreading the examinatin p- sionasy k Included in the list of requirements more engineer ,and fresh lit-senior en-
perclassmen over the entire year, asfy are running 100 yards in 11 seconds, gineer games will play for the cham-
.s the present custom. two mlies in 12 minutes and 15 sec- pionship of the consolation round in
II-Eye trouble is the most common ail- An article on the Turkish political onds, high jumping 5 feet, and step- the inter-class speedball league at
Play Scorns of Major Games ment handled by the Health service, situation In the Sunday Magazine forj ping the 220 yard low hurdles in 25 4:15 o'clock, Monday afternoon on
Ie Given at Armory the report shows, with troubles of the Nov. 26.-Adv. seconds or better. In addition the south Ferry field.
nature of colds and like infections al- tryout must be able to punt a foot-
11 games all over the coun- so important, especially at this time Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50. ball at least 40 yards, throw a base- Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.

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of the year. More than 5000 calls
have been taken care of since the op-
ening of school this year.
STUDENT WINS FREE TRIP TO
MICHIG'AN-MINNESOTA GAME
One student of the University will
not witness the Michigan-Minnesota
game on the grid graph in Hill audi-
torium. A seat on the 40 yard line at
Northrup field is the lot of this lucky
individual. James E. Caraway, '25M,
will go to Minneapolis at thei
expense of the Arcade barber shop, he
being the one to win the trip prom-
ised to one of its patrons.
Lost a green wardrobe trunk mark-
ed T. P. G. $50.00 reward for return.
Call 1300 or 3039-M.-Adv.
Courteous and Quick Taxi servie.
25c. Huron St. Taxi. 445.-Ady.
Lose something? A classified In
the Daily will find it.-Adv.
HILL AUDITORIUM
ELECTRICAL
SCOREBOARD
NVOYE11IER .25TH

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For information leading to re-
covery of green wardrobe trunk
and contents. No questions
asked. Trunk marked T. P. G.
White letters. Notify
T. P. GIES,
Student,
Telephone 3039-1
OR CALL 1300.

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