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FARRELL HOLDS FIRST PRAC'TCE
OF SEASON IN GYMNAS-
All assistant track managers
and try-outs report at Waterman
gymnasium at 4:30 o'clock this
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Her Soldier Boy," at the Gar
utt and Jeff's Divorce," at sthe
ney, Wednesday, Nov. 28.
aid of Belgium." Also
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of this week, with a complete New
York cast and chorus. Tuneful music
and attractive company make the play
an interesting one, and the company
carries its own scenic equipment..-
The piece abounds with clever danc-
ing, original dialogue and the kind of
fun that made Bud Fisher famous.
WQMEHN BASKETBALL PLAYERS
HOLD PRACTICE IN GYMNASIUMI
There was plenty of enthusiasm in
the women's senior-sophomore basket
ball practice at 4:30 o'clock yester-
day afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
Eighteen women reported for play.
Leila Wheeler, Marie Macauley, Clar-
issa Vyn, and June Brooks, veterans.
of the junior team of last year, were
present, while Elsie Erley, Hazel Platt,
and Edna Daskam represented last
year's freshman aggregation.
Indications are that competition for
team positions will be most strenuous
among the seniors this year, as they
Seem to possess plenty of good ma-
terial. The sophomore squad is in urg-
ent need of more forwards, as their
star goal throwers of last year are not
Although the regular track season
does not begin until after Christmas,
Coach Steve Farrell has moved his
headquarters from Ferry field and has
began the work of constructing a war
time track team.
While the loss of Cross, O'Brien, Car-
ioll, Fontanna and several other stars
of last year's team is causing the coach
some worry at present, Steve is far
from being disheartened. There is a
abundance of good track material in
school and Farrell is expecting every
man who has any ability at all to re-
port at the gymnasium as soon as pos.
sible to get in trim.
Following is a list of men who give
promise: Mile, Sedgwck, Donnelly
and Fuess; two-mile, Meehan and May-
nard; half-mile, Larson, Walker and
Langley; quarter-mile, Forbs, Stoll
and Lombard; 100 yard dash, Zoellin,
Thompson and Johnson; shot put, Bak-
er; hurdles, Johnson, Beardsley and
Kruger; pole vault, Cross; high jump.
Since the football season is now
over the coach is anxious that the men
come out as soon as possible that he
may be able to get in touch with each
one before the regular season begins.
The schedule will not be announced
until the latter part of, December.
SECRETARY MC ADOO CONFERS
HUGE TASK ON RESERVE BOARD
War Trade Committee Empowered to
Control All Foreig Ex.
Washington, D. C., Nov. 26.-Secre-
tary McAdoo, under the powers confer-
red upon him by the trading with the
enemy act, has given the federal re-
serve board the task of investigation,
regulation or prohibition of any trans-
portaion in foreign exchange, export,
or earmarking of gold or silver coin,
bullion, currency or transfers of cred-
it in any form.
In all suh businesses, licenses from
the war trade board will be required.
Anyone transacting any of the kind
of business regulated by the federal
reserve board, must furnish under
oath, complete information about the
transactions with the enemy or with
an ally of the enemy.
The war trade board is further em-
powered to give licenses to send any
book, writing, map, xplan, telegram,
cablegram, or wireless message to an
enemy or an ally of the enemy.
One of the powers also given to the
bureau of war risk insurance is that
of granting or withholding of licenses
to an enemy or ally of an enemy insu.
ance or re-insurance company, trans-
acting business in the United States
through an agency or branch office.
Mexico City to Control Corn Market
Mexico City, Nov. 26.-The city coun-
cil of the federal district has an-
nounced that the corn recently pur-
chased from the United States, a part
of which has just arrived will be sold
to the community at the rate of two
kilograms (4.4( pounds) a day for
each, person,, so that speculators can-
not get hold of" any considerable
The corn will be sold under govern-'
mrent supervision in special booths
throughout the federal district. Gen-
eral Gregori Ozuna, the municipal
president, has announced that he will
not allow any one to proft from the
distribution of $his cereal as it is for
the benefit of the people 4nd will be
sol at the het cast t the govern-
Notice for Course Three in Economies
Examination in labor problems,
economics 3,. will be held at 8:'=4
o'clock Wednesday, in rooin 1qI , con-
ARTHUR E. WOOD.
COACH MITCHELL ISSUES CALL
FOR ALL-FRESH CANDI-
Coach Mitchell has issued the call
for all candidates for the All-fresh
basketball team to report at Water-
man gymnasium for the initial practice
of the season, at 8 o'clock tonight.
The coach declared that there were
many star freshman basketball play-
ers in school this year, many of them
being brought here by the tournament
held between the state high schools,
last spring, and a good team is ex-
Many of the old yearling footballers
will turn out for the indoor game,
among them: Bailey, Urschell, Henry,
Britton, and Karpus. Besides these
there are Brooks, an old Arthur Hill
star; Wilson, Detroit Central man;
Daines, former Albion college player,
and Bovard, an old Iowa State Teah-
ers' College player.
"Much depends on the freshman
team of this year," said Coach Mitchell
last night.. "Much time is going to be
put on the freshmen this winter as
they will form the backbone of the
teams in the next few years."
As many candidates as possible wil
be made to remain out all through th +
season. Two regular yearling teams
will be kept in action, the first and th
fresh reserves. These will scrimmage
between themselves and with the Var
Cadets of the Second regiment in
the first six companies will conform
to the following gymnastic and athlet-
ic program this afternoon under Dr.
George A. May, in Waterman gymnas-
Company A, parallel bar, 4:10 o'-
clock; relay, 4:40 o'clock; company B,
voluntary, 4:10 o'clock, wrestling, 4:40
o'clock; company C,, horizontal bar,
4:10; high jump, 4:40 o'clock; com-
pany D, relay, 4:10 o'clock, parallel
bar, 4:40 o'clock; company E, wrest-
ling, 4:10 o'clock, voluntary, 4:40 o'-
clock, and company F, high jump, 4:10
o'clock, horizontal bar, 4:10 o'clock.
The third battalion, companies I, K,
L and M, .First regiment, will have
manual of arms at 4 o'clock this after-
noon in Waterman gymnasium. All
companies that are not scheduled to
appear in the gymnasium will have
company, squad, and platoon drill,
both close and extended order, at 3:45
o'clock this afternoon on Ferry field.
"Government Soldier Insurance," is
the topic of an address to be given by
Mr. Arthur C. Bachrach, an instructor
in the army stores methods course un-
der Prof. J. A. Bursley, to ordnance
men, at.7:30 o'clock this afternoon in
room 348 Engineering building.
Mr..Bachrach will explain the signif-
icance of the six government allot-
ments to the sailor or soldier. The
address is given with the intention of
preparing the men to answer any ques-
tion on the subject when they enter the
Fifty students threaten to withdraw
from the school of medicine in the Un-
iversity of Kansas unless a petition to
release medical students from milI-
tary training is granted, They feel
that they are fullflin9g their duty toj
their Qugntry by carrying- extra work,
and declare that it would be unfair to
onorogaOh upon the time necessary for
University of Missouri students fa-
vor military drill. Albert Ross Hill
is strongly in sympathy with the
movement for universal military train-
ing after the wap. As a result of his
encouragement, compulsory drills are
held three times every week.
Poison cases received at, the phar-
macy department of Purdue universf-
ty have reached abnormal propor-
tions within the last few days. Cases
of human, as well as animal, poison-
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