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I THE MICHIGAN

DAILY ,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ETBALL CARD

Leagues for Independents
Fraternity Men Will
Be Formed.

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Basketball is the main event left
on the Intramural sports card for
the winter and it will break forth in
full blast the first Wednesday af-
ter the holidays. Entries are being
made now and should all be in by
Friday in ,order that the staff may
draw up all the cards during the
holidays.
Fraternity, Independent, and the
new All-Campus meets will be rni
off this year and last year's mark
of 205 organized teams entered is
expected to be passed. The only
new rule this season will be the
current forfeit fee required of every
team entering any event this year.
"A," "B," and "C" teams may be
entered in their respective league
for fraternity play as usual and the
houses have been given a choice of
two afternoon and five evening
hours for play. The past rule of
progression from "C" to "B2" and
from B to "A" teams but not back
again will be followed.
After the meet is started abso-
lutely no postponements will be
allowed and there will be but ten.
minutes grace before a forfeiture
is called on any one match. Each
team should furnish a timer and
a scorer to aid the officials of the
Department. Failure to do this is
liable to hold up a game and get
the evening's schedule out of line.
While Varsity a n d freshmanj
squad men are ineligible for those
teams, a student who has received
an aMa or All-Frosh award may
play on the A squads, though not
on class "B" and "C" teams. Other-
wise eligibility is limited only by
the usual health cards, which if
turned in for previous sports stand
all right for basketball.
Boxing Meet Finals
to Be Rag Wednesday

Daily Offic Bulletin
(Continued from Page 8)
Room 307 West Engineering build-
ing for lecture and demonstrations.
These hours will be observed for
the remainder of the semester in
place of the laboratory periods.
English 149 (Play writing): The
class will meet Tuesday evening,
Dec. 15, at 7:15, in Room 3212 An-
gell Hall. Kenneth Rowe.
School of Education-Graduate
Students and Members of the Fac-
ulty: The December meeting of the
Educational Research Club will be
held Wednesday evening at 7:15,
Dec. 15, in the Elementary School
Library. Mr. Lofton V. Burge will
give a report on his researches in
the schools of the Detroit metro-
politan area on Errors and Ques-
tionable Habits of Work in the
Mechanics of Multiplication.
All men and women who are in-
terested in educational research are l
invited. Be prompt. Meeting closes
at 8:30.
Junior Mathematical Society will
meet Tuesday, Dec. 15, at 7:30 p. m.,
3011 Angell Hall. The speaker will
be Norman Steenrod who will speak
on "Doctrinal Functions, and Doc-'
trines." Students and others inter-
ested in mathematics are welcomed.
Physics Colloquium: Mr. G. B. B.
M. Sutherland will talk on "The
Recent Work on the Raman Effect,"
at 4:15 p. m., Tuesday, in Room
1041, East Physics building. All in-
terested are cordially invited to
attend.

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were not required' to fight full
three-minute rounds. However in
the finals Wednesday night each
bout will be three two-minute
M4 admis ion charge will be madeI
for the final bouts, Coach Philbin
announced. This does not mean
that the card will be of an inferior
nature because all of the finalists
are now accomplished boxers and
will provide excellent entertain-
Flyweights, bantamweights, and'
featherweights are particularlyl
strong and ought to provide an ex-
cellent evening for boxing fans.
AEO\R IEIfU Gli
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NOTICE t

l-tanical Seminar meets Wed-
nesday, Dec. 16, at 4:30, Room 1139,
N. S. bldg. Paper by Wililam R.
Taylor, "The environment of alpine
algal communities in British Colum-
bia (Illustrated)''
Research Club: The next meeting
will be held on Wednesday, Dec.
16, at 8 p. m., in Room 2528 East
Medical building. Papers will be
presented on "The Exhaustion of
the Adrenal Glands" by Dr. C. W.
Edmunds, and on "The Lunar Count
of the Maya Indians of Guatemala"
by Dr. Carl E. Guthe. The Council
will meet at 4:05 p. m., in Room
2083 Natural Science.
Forestry Club meeting Tuesday,
Dec' 15, at i, p. in. A Christmas
party at the home of Dean Samuel
T. Dana, 2031 Hill St. Everyone is
earnestly requested to be present
and bring a ten cent gift for the
grab bag. Refreshments will be
served and a good time is in store
for all who attend.
Acolytes: Meeting Monday at 7:30
p. m., Philosophy Office. Mr. Davies
will read a paper on Substance and
Stout's Theory of Universals.
Iota Sigma Pi monthly meeteing
will be held Vjonday, Dec. 14, at
7:15 in the League.
Athena: Formal initiation in the
Chapel of the League at 5 p. m., on
Monday, Dec. 14. Banquet at 6 p. m.
Inactives and Alumnae are welcome
and should phone their reserva-
tions to Dorothy Peck, Dial 23-225.
Alpha Nu of Kappa Phi Sigma:
A parliamentary drill will be con-
ducted at Tuesday night's meeting,
starting promptly at 7:30. All the
pledges must come prepared to par-
ticipate.
Theta Sigma Phi meeting Tues-
day, at 7:15 p. m., in the League.

All members must be present.
All Campus Forum: Paul T. Har-
ris, of Geneva Institute of Interna-
tional Affairs, will speak on "Is
there a new patriotism?" Tuesday
afternoon at 4:15 in Natural Science
Auditorium.
Religious Forum: Rev. R. N. Mc-
Michael will speak at Lane Hall on
Tuesday, Dec. 15, at 4:15 p. m. His
topic is: Lutheranism, Why? Stu-
dents are urged to attend.
. Michigan Dames: Miss Elizabeth
Paddock, Nursery School Teacher
in University Elementary School,
will speak on "Phases of child psy-
chology dealing with children in a
group" at the meeting to be held
Wednesday, instead of Tuesday, at
8 p. m., in the Grand Rapids Room
of the League building.
Newcomers Section of the Faculty
Women's Chub will have a Christ-
mas party, 'Tucsday, Dec. 15, at 2:30
I p. m., in the Palmer Field House.
Each member is asked to bring a
small gift.
Bookshelf and Stage Section of
the Women's Faculty Club will meet
with Mrs. Arthur Smith, 1008 Oak-
land Ave., Tuesday, Dec. 15, at 2:45
p. m. Mrs. T. J. Mitchell will be/the
assisting hostess.
TEAMS REDUCE ROSTER
Intercollegiate athletics are not
the only sport being curtailed due
to the depression. Major league
baseball teams are reducing the
number of men carried and are
also giving the players salary cuts.
PLAYERS TO NAME CHARITIES
Members of the Dartmouth foot-
ball team which played in the New
Haven Round Robin Tourney will
have the opportunity of naming
the charities to receive part of the
receipts.

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