the men who had spoken to them and thrills of life into the four
colthe president himself. clege, and also asked the
The women students, on Tuesday to stand ready to expand th
AnUlrATO night, also participated in a mix r ectual muscles to meet the
helin Babour gymnsaium, where conditions of college life.
S 5 1'tPresidlent .Little also 'attended "for <t .hat "I happen to be a m
short time and where the entering the Episcopalian church, but
lmittee for women students, and by worse than some Episcopa:
several leaers in campus organiza- isters. I believe that the
Year Men Antd W omen Are Divided tns for won:n. . wll ildfer Ci
J~i~ xudi~n~edRemember that your, Unve
Ling Exammation ;1edNesinteruhadwl
Into Groups For Purpose Of Wednesday morning the freshmen es in the truth and will
underwent the longest examination of finii
Closer Contacts the week. Starting at 8 o'clock, the The president also pointed
Clo er ontctsthe University of Pachgan
scholastic aptitude test was not com- body formed the largest
pleted until 11 o'clock, though the re- am yw ere inrtesw
nued from Page Eleven) All of the facilities of the main read-~ mainder of the day's program was alumni anywhere in the wo
e pushed on by fear even ing room, the study halls, and the light. Many of the men and women arthat it was larger than
ng through the motions of stacks were explained to the groups completed their enrollment, and at a vrdandthle of Oio, bine
on. as they went through, together with 3:30 o'clock in the afternoon one e hnoso ied.
3.30 Illinois combined.
:hing on the automobile ban a cursory inspection of the adminis- half of the class attended a lawn
a cusoryinsectin oftheadmiis-For the needy student
es into effect this year, trative branches of the organization. party, given a the home of Dean Little pointed out that the 1
Little stated that it was Physical examinations were con- 2107 Hill street. Those not attending fustains loan funds which
tbecause of the numberof tined by appoinment on Tuesday, and the lawn party took part in games and ished for he comletio
aths resulting last winter nthe taking of pictures of all of the athletic contests at Ferry and Palmer lege courses, and he also a
ine of student automobiles. freshmen, which was done in Dean fields, though the warm weather cur- sit an honorary freshmen
ined to the freshmen that a Joseph Bursley's cifice was continued tailed the athletic programs of seve- ship society for women to
boldtion, a restriction, hadluring the day. Classification, into ral of the groups. Phi Eta Sigma, which was It
1 last ye dre istethei cas classes was also started, and though Wednesday night the first year stu- aby e stabliend
ce of th~e regulation. The a large part of the work had been dents attended a freshmen sing at University is willing to spo
gnored mention of Th - done in the individual groups under Hill auditorium, and Earl V. Moore, The last of the tests was
t spring on the part of the the direction of the group advisors, director of the University School of Friday morning when the
themselves to gain enforce- all freshmen were required to report Music, lead the group in many of ok the interest analysis
he regulations, when several to the yassification committee by the University's songs. The Varsity
ears were registered within appointment during Tuesday and band and the organ were also utilized -
s. Wednesday. in leading the singing, and several
at Little stated, however, Groups See Ferry Field members of the cheering squad un-
complete abolition would Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock the drtook the leading of several cheers.
be only a temporary mea- groups were taken by their advisers The English content examination,
geed to meet the immediate to Ferry Field, where Coach Fileding lasting one hour, was given at 8
and that it is quite possible Yost spoke to them briefly on the o'clock Thursday morning. The ex-
restrictions will, be relaxed facilities of the University's athletic amination consisted of a spelling test,
when the authorities have plant. After the speech the men were a grammar test, and a diction exami-
finite control of the situa- taken on an inspection tour of the nation, and following the morning
athletic equipment, visiting the new program the freshmen were free for
First Test Held stadium, the field house, and the va- conferences and tours of the campus
r morning at 8 o'clock the rious fields. All of the uses of the and the city until 3:30 in the after-
met in 1Hill auditorium for equipment were explained to them, noon, when the program of the pre-
al examinations which were and while the men students were thus ceding day was duplicated with the
ng the week. The Tuesday engaged in inspection of Ferry field other half of the freshmen class at-
tests lasted one hour, and the women were taken to Palmer field tending the lawn party while those
ted to an examination of the to start their week's program of who had attended the party the pre-
knowledge of mathematics. sports and games. The women were vious day took part in athletic con-
ts will not be used in con- also shown through'the new athletic tests wherever their group leaders
with the admission of the building which has been erected for had made- no other arrangements.
but will be available to the them on Palmer field. Th'e second general assembly of the
in helping the men and At 8 o'clock Tlgsday night the men week was held Thursday night in hill
hoose courses and to de- met in the ballroom of the Union for auditorium, with the hall filled, and
heir most serious deficien- their first mixer. With the immense following a short progress of songs,
room completely filled by the first year led by Mr. Moore, with the help of the
to examination, at which all men, William Jeffries. '28, president Varsity hand, President Clarence
were required to be present of the Union, Coach Feilding Yost, Cook Little and Dean Joseph Burs-
hich roll was taken by the Bennie Oosterbaan, '28, captain of the ley addressed the group.
the first of the inspection football team, and Jo Chamberlain, Dean Bursley, who spoke first, in-
ugh the Library was gotten '28, editor of The Michigan Daily, gave vited all of the entering students to
y. The freshmen had been brief talks, devoted for the most part consult with him whenever they were
,hrough their groups, into to the activities which they repre- in trouble, and to make use of the
tions, each of which was sented. After the speeches President services of the dean's office frequently.
to a specific time for its Clarence Cook Little stood in the re- President Little urged the fresh-
agh- the library building. ceiving line while the freshmen met men not to attempt to crowd all of the
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