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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, .1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PACE THREE

VARSITY BAND PLAYS
AT DETROIT OPENINGI
OF HOCKEYCONTESTS
to -ITE WITH1 MINNESOTA HELD
AT OLYITPIA ARENA IS
SENBY MEMBERS
PARADE BETWEEN HALVES
New Policy Of Including Detroit, And
M iim!l i In Uniiversity Activity
Is Inaugurated By Trip
Ndarly the entire froster .p1 tAhe
Varsity band was in Detroit last night
where they played before the crowd
that attended the new Olympia arena
Ito witness 'the jMihian-Minnesota
hockey game which opened Michigan's
Conference competition in the sport.
The band left Detroit on special
b)usses, yesterday afternoon, and were
guests of the Olympia management at
(inner last night. From there, they
went directly to the arena where they
paraded on the ice of the rink both
;.efore the game and between the
halves. Several Michigan songs were
played under the direction of Nicholas
Falcone, (director of the band.
This trip is the second that the band
has taken to an out of town hockey
,gamne; the band went to Windsor last
year to play at another meeting with
Minnesota.
Is Second Trip
According to Robert A. Campbell,
treasurer of the University and fac-
ulty manager of the band, last night's
trip is the beginning of a new policy
to include Detroit and the alumni of
that city more in affairs of the Uni-
versity and to make it the center of
at least one University activity. The
band played at the Olympia earlier in
the semester at the formal opening of
the arena. At that time, the manage-
ment of the arena presented the band
with 75 pairs of new rubbers to pre-
vent dangerous slipping on the ice.
Many of these pairs were put in use at
the game last night.
LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
--A novel method -of initiation was
made use of recently when initiates
to 'Theta Sigma Phi, national journal-
istic sorority, appeared on the cam-
pus garbed completely in dresses
madle of newspapers.

GOVERNOR PLANS
MAKING OF ROADS!

BOARD IN CONTROL OFi,° ATHLETICS REPOR TS PROFT.
OF $200,00 A END OF YEAR'S SPORT A-CTIVf7ITIES,

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projects now being worked out b~y I er institutions, it is now dleclared

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According to the annual rpotof
the Board in Control of At l,i is o
the past year, the year's atle ,ic op-

1 ire <itl niuiltration. Four large pro-
jecis ar e now underway which will

that intercollegiat e footbhall gamcesI
shiall be played on no mre than eight

the pioneer porta ble
Nearly a million in use

orations have 'shown a profit.o d(erive 0a(d f'om this source-the sta- I(Nays in on(e ~ar. noe ulth at fresh-
diu almr fel, te Wmens ah-men and second teams may play only
proximately $200,000, takingino l. i, 'am fel, teWmnsah with teams of their own institutions
sideration all the ia('t 'IIs of()f ii-l- hue bulilding, and the intramural was amendedl by striking out the
diture both during the regular school sports buliiildinig. Allowing for a cer- words "and se cond teams." These
year and duringr the summer period t1 ain Shrinkage in the future receipts, changes make it possible, not, obli-
when there was pr'acti('ally no income !tho'e to a lpo., siible decrease in the pop- gatory, for Conference schools to
whatsoever. This fact bras(emboiOedi I U]"riiv of the athletic ventures, a de- schedule ga'mcrs with any number of
in tihe report presented in behalf of' eiiO>l , ill have to> he made for the teams so long aIS, they are made up
the Board to the University Senazte ;use of t1e ,urplus funds regardless, !of eligible ]iyr and, in the case of
IMonday at its second regular meoting accordig to the report. football, til. e ('ou ot are all on eight
of the year. The report was male by' Although the Board is greatly in days. Most of the , comment has been
Prof. Ralph W. Aigler, of thle Law ifitvoI of such improvements as an arti- with refezcreet1 football, hut the
school. lt;ial ice plant for hockey and skating, Conference ac'tionl was more influ-
The net profit fronm the past foot- -ani a Eniversity golf course, it is also enced bly situations in other sports,
ball season, including the amount oh- 11, tav of of a speedy reduction of the notably basketball and baseball."
tained from the issuance of studenrt :boinld debt. It is now doubtful as__________________________
pass books, amounted to $322.221 .76. to whether the income from the two- ________________
During the season the University team t(' i1i plani of athletic activities will __________ A _________
played to crowds totalling 4 8,0&S jfurnish sufficient funds to take care LS O~I
people. Since according to Professor -f' ie~ additional operating cost. 1 OIH
Aigler, the income from student. pass ;"Xos(thwg£ athletically has produced PiaTSi XJ H LER
books will be in all probability te i10ic e 'i'oiieous andI nonsensical comn-
same for next season, and the figures 1 ien;. ii tely than the action of the Con-r
show that the profit Iprom football is Iferenceenide'rNwhich each member is "-EtUL BENT
about $250,000 more than the pre- hcr'?ritted to schedule intercollegiate F "R .AWX~NT"

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Abelardo Rodriguez
Governor of Lower California, under

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whose regime a new scheme of road ceding season, a much greater amount
building and general development of can be expected in the future. Tins
West Mexico is planned. will not be clear profit, however. for
it will be turned into the new athletic'
COLLEGE MEN AND WOMEN
will find the Packard Restaurant
bigger and better than ever.
.703 Packard St.
'
A Full Line of I
Whitehouse & Hardy Models e
On Display At
GUY WOOLFOLK
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WHITE HOUSE &HY
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METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE BUILDI1C3 AT WALL STREET iiNICiaiLC~rLmUL i
PHILADELPIA--51 CHESTNUT STR EE T

L,'ontest. for teams other, than the Var- I £ ~ ~ V~
shy ," the report commented. "The Tlvirs.-IFri.Laiitra La Plante
('Conf'erence aiction was the changing in Ih'll 1-i 01" OFWI IOWS"
. of the wordiing of two rules. Whereas f
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