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TXHUYLSDAY, MAAY 27, 1926

THE. MICHIGAN DAILY

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STU D)EN3 C('OVNXIL1 ATN' 4+JNCS geographical condition. Again, small as usual, although he will not receive: because there was no sy stematized
SEATING ACCO MMI)ATIONS !colleges in the East, although attend-; a ticket for his own coupon. By pre- arrangement of who shouldl compos:
FOR ,200 S'TUI)-_'fS1 ed by students from all sections of sentation of his season ticket and $1 t 1he section. No women )r anyone,
the country, find school spirit more at Moe's Sport shop, the student will other than men studlents, will be per-!
TO WEAR UNIFORMS; natural because of their limited size.j receive a cape, hat and megaphone of' mitted to sit in the permanent sc
Mviichigan, on. the other hand, with either maize or blue. Ilion next year.
i~hrp~ O Arimginnt ~ T ~ more than 10,000 studlents from every fifteen minutes before each honie[ Regarding the advantages of enroll-
e~e~e rgaize Stden Sprit part of the world, having varied and, game, students enrolled in the section jlig in the section, Warrick said that
An Spor *'ie;, dissimilar interests, must, in som_.e! will go directly to Yost Field house every' such student will b~e assured of
_______manner, instill a unified spirit intoj where they will don their uniforms, a good seat at each home game; that
imore t han only minority groups. Thoe which may be carried in the pocket, I he will be fulfilling a obligation to the
Detailed arrangements for Michi- Student council b~elieves the new an 7eereodadnwylst eUnvriy n hth ilhl a
gans ermnet ceeingsetio, e-chieering arrangement will be a meansI used in that game. The 1200 students tcrially to improve Michigan's cheer-
ce ntly devised by the Student council ,; t this end, and that the laxity ji will then parade c.nt() the field in ;ing arrangement.
which Will be inaugurated with thei
Ipnn ftefobl esnnx spirit will cease increasing with the snakedrefsioadate icig h e
opening of te football easofashionowandofafternicirslinhenTheonew.plan was evolved after ani
fall hae ben cmplted itwas tat grwth t te Uivesityhenefoth. the gridiron, will disperse and fill the intensive study ftepolmb mi
~ed yesterday by William Warrick, '27, Ireland-Stanford university has reserved section in the South stand. mittees of the Student council.
Varsty ceerlader whohas ~enEc maintained a permanent cheer ing sec- The section will consist of rows 14 to Thz eredigsqaornx
ed plans for the project.toi(f,00silitfrserayer44opsttecnerfth ed. year has ben working out regularly
The purpose of th e ne ' cheering at its football games, and Illinois hasl No seats t herein will be reserved, all' this spring under Warrick:'s direction,
sectonwhic wil becomrise ofdone the same with a. bloc of 500 stu-' students in the cheering section, beinganispniganubrostnst
1200 men students at each home game dents for the past few years. Both, permitted to sit where they choose. each football game in addition to soy-1
hieat fall, is to increase the organized institutions have founed remarkablej ThI3 sect ion will consist of a hug:2 iemal new yells. The; will practice
spirit on the part of the student b~ody success; withd the arrangement. block M', 500 students forming the every afternoon throughout the foot-
thatis gneraly ackig atathltic All students who wish to s;it in the letter of miaize and~ 700 ecomposing the l ball season next fall, beginning short-
contests, Warrick explained, and to } new suction next fall will qualify for blue background. Students enrolled ly after the opening of school, in an
br'ing this spirit into closer relation nmembership when securing at:hleticj in the section will he required to wear ieffort to p~lace Michligan's cheering on
iwtih the caliber of M~ichigan teams. ! books in' Waterman gymnasium dun- uniformis at every hiome game in. keep- la higher plane than has ever beeni
The university is confronted with a ltg the ,irst week:. of registration. ingr. with the plan, any of which will be Ipreviously attained.
' peculiar problem in regard' to the{ Froshmen will be given the privilege! replacedl at Moe's if lost or destroyed. {(
spirit of its student body, Warrickli oly in case 1200 upperclassmen andj Any studlent in the section wishing _to 1M dc lSociea
pointed out, in that its personnel is; sophomores doy not enroll. The ath- ; it with his parents or friends at on- 6 J t
particularly heterogeneous. The lUnl- I letic coupon for each home game will! or two gamnes, will be privileged to doHo rs '
versity of California dIraws 90 percent be stamped, anid an all-season cheer-j ,o provided Ire procures another stu.- on r llat n
ofits students from that state, he re- mug section ticket given to eah t ;det:to t.ke isplace i te etion. D.A .XX~tinpoeso fpt
miarked, and an, institution of that dent who enrolls. 116 will be entitled' It was pointed out that the chieering r .S '~rhn rfesro ah
'type is more apt to have exceptionally' to extra tickets, according to the am- ections attempted in the past few olog10Y in the Medical school, was elect-
unified spirit b~ecause of this peculiar rangernent of the Athletic association. years have been unsuccessful, largely edvice-president of the American As-

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