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ran.R2%, 192? THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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N A, 7JIA FTIME Wi 'ISA TLNXAShN

I EAD(~TEI~; AIII
I~!SIIE1) IN NATI'IIAL
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ford a (vntt tW aifc ,oet
live ye:11,.
fell b)loe tIeCardAinalsbya 5:)
Yos's rshm ani W ';:'-oiL1 11eal
ingntiti, of top nm P, Sf bybeatig (>i-
coahin La el hih sb'oi hich
th e ('l" Id : i (:( P h OSta n Ford S easo n i1) a
n2ormiAl scool champtliioinshop to ma1ke
itr fourin sinl seasotn,
jprrviding thationly grcadua11.te cai1cs
shld ( be hiredAndl it1ws onlyl
aided io SeCure the serVices KoIlthe
111;n 1who was desti ned t beometoo
~'r idohld mn"oMcign
Util theh; li i gameof the season of1
1905 when (Cicago brake thl"i?;:ugh fr
aassed ; t(Ia tota! Of 561 ploint5 ithout_1)
bef'ing sored on(l and in theif, ollowC.ing
With; air to1tAl'of.44 .)olintsa t 12
for opponents.IBoth of the next two
Mich1igan teamis, scored nearly 6000
Pointis-these were the point-a-minute
days!
Thel( Wolverines had a clean, slate?
in 1910 tindI also waere unbeaten and
Unltied eigh]t years later. In 1922 the
]sipkc-lot - Vick - Friedman - Oostc'r-
haan of 'J re gime opened and every-
body knows with what success thes>e
teamJls have mt'.
Yot has at differentl time been of-
feredl larger salaries than he was re-
ceiving at Michigan andl he deliber-
A itlntiehfr ;ligacn- tract to coach his; second year at;
Mihig;an. In 1904I there whas some talk
of his coaching West Virginia or
Missouri where lie was offered $10,-1
000 a yer. 3But fior :26iyears Yorst has
boeln atMcia and it is here he will
satay whet her lhebewcoaIch! athletic
director Or wjmatMot.Yost has lbe- I
comne a part of Mluihian siol the#{
Mi ch1igan syste. 'l.s3; ills" saysYot
is the key to sucecess and it is as~,
Clat fact that much of, the .nccens of I1
Maize and 11lue teams has bee Ne
Sto %hadwor k.'
P I N ,!OMPI5 rrrn rig

I'r4o'l,1 f 1!oil

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Open ing for the

1-1irst timelo t hisl

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th~e cls o .-Ion" cholar's
the bnefi at fbose ctering tuen
andi women heard ' ;'c the speech, whichl
waIivniin'Natual (Scientce audi-
taium n h fii-n cha rgre of
th1at ea:ch student at tend either one
of the chlurch services~ or t he talk
gvnby Professocr "Ree-d. Roll was
takelcn at allI of thellcurches in addi-
tion to tHe meeing at Natural Science
nauditoriuml.
FIRST FEHE
(Continued( from TPagLe 13)w
lties of flthe "iin icwre available to
the ent1 ei4rig men d(uring the week, free
of charge, and~r a c omplete information
bureau wtvas mintafined for them.
Thle enteringr class this year numn-
lbered nly1,55"daout 150 lest, than
last, bu part of t ifference will
be: ma(le up?)by; late reg, iran;ts, ac-
corIding to(h1 rgstas'fic.Thle
latearriv ils are due o. thef .fat that1
mnat meaniIle will he Un-
awiF' Ae oF" he chIIange. vtr~s -

sc1 eteras a(division of the Unix-er- I tell"( ulf. of Foest Prodju( t5 in Canamda
Iity will1lbe 1t1e new school of for- ndl has been c' oliniected iIwith the Conl-
estry and conservation. The sch.Iool.
has taken quarters in theNarl
Sciecinbilding 011(1 extensive aar
1 cry ('quipmenit has beenis istall.
Fonrstry has formerly been ao depart-
mont of 1)"the College of Lait erature,
I cen(e, ,ii;i the Arts. The scope of,
the ~ no wr ia11xvbeen (expandedI by
thec estl iishmnent of a separate
schlool with Samnuel T. Dana ais(dean.
The new schopi will handle instruc-
tion, research,. and other activities
i'ltigto the proteoct ion andl pro- I
(h'ctir l of forests. Opportunity isa
aerdfor specialization and ad-
<1a °ed work in many fields of for-
es.try. T.wo years of' Prella rat ion in
the ( College of iteriatureSec, and
thec Arts are required i before admis-
ian1 to the forestry schoaol. A five- n

year cuirriculum leads to the degree
of Mjaster of Science ini Forestry
or Master of Forestry.

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In addition to the training offered I
to professional foresters, 'the-new
school is now eqluippied to offer in-
st ruction in forestry to civil engineers,
architects, botanists, and teachers.
New subjects added to the curricu-j
lum include courses in forest ento-
mology, game management, and for-"
est zoology, besides the usual courses
in silvics and wood technology.
Several new 'professors have been
added to the staff. Among them arc

land team, which embraces a number
of former college and university stars,
includling Cunningham who formerly
played end for Ohio State.
The Bull Dogs will play their home
gamnes in one of the best stadiums in
the middle west this season, as the
Luna Park stadium, which was do-
strloyed by fire last spring, is being re-
built. The seating capacity of the
new plant will be more than 40,000.
RUMBAUGHWILL
TAKE0,!S. C. A. POST
Student leadership of the activities]
of the Student Christian Association
will be in the hands of Williamn D.
Brumbaugh '28, who becomes presi-
(lent due to the resignation of T. eKn-
nieth Haven, president-elect. Mr.
Eric H. Tlkomsen who has been at
counselor for young pecople for
many years, will assume .the position
of studecnt counselor for the associa-
tion, while Mr. Homer H. Grafton will
continue in the capacity of executive
secretary, according to a recent an-
nouncement.

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OFr C CET pPlOOP2R AMS t
dur"ing the yearae Pal', chaki
younge;Cr IPoish a!rtist, appering ont 01
the1 regular11 ser'ies January. 13, and
Lea Luoshultz' ,lwho)will be remn-
boed as 1 ap pearing during the last
May Fesiva . Mss uboshutz will'
support Hofimmnn Noremnber 23,
Guy Maiec and Lee Pat ison, known
to Ann Arbor audiences, having comn-
pleted atour of more th1an 30,000
miles (luring the last seaLson which
covered7 Amnel1rica and Europe, Will re-
turn as the second number of the reg -
ular series.

Thc torluier Maize;alnIBlue
will asacascpinfor I In'

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P 'ep nn ft e F m u arisi an School of Dances '

Director, Mmne. Calliope Charisse

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We 'Teach All Kinds of Modern Dances and

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Fancy Steps

Chofir Sclifduled
The St. Olafo Lutheran Choir, under
the direct ionl of F. Melius Christiansecn,
wsill mnake its second appearance in
Annrhl'r1ti:sasn.The organ <1 iza-
tion is 11ma?'1intaIed ',by11heCSt. Ola f
Lutheranl college at Northtield, Mi1-
neso t and:is onsidered tione of the1
Otle coa nt nteCuty
pllete the (etra series. 3Miss He(ss ,rill
pl1ay Fbrayv3;te u.ttt _o_
vemb~er 21. 'The latt'er ,organ,.1izattol
was lheard(1inl Ann 1Arbw.or ontijwOca
Sion of, its !first Amer'ica7 ~n .ourad
since that ime haisapardMany
time's.
All second1( semecster freshmlen and:f
soph1omo1re s desiring totr-ufo
varsity ootballmnge eor I
th"ieldIhouseat?3 'clock anly ay~
th1is -week.
JameIis U. 1-ugheoy, Jr.

Training for Stage; Classical Dances
by the Method of the Opera of Paris

SIX EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTORS

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325 S. 5th Aveni

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