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CAPTAIN NEW3MAN, ARRANGES
ATHLETIC PROGRAM TO IN-
CLUDE ALL SPORTS
Camp Custer, Battle Creek, Mich.,
Jan. 7.-Additional exercises, changes
in schedules, and modifications of pro-
grams are made daily by Major Gener-
al James Parker. The new system is
leaving less and less time for play.
Instead of being agrieved at this cur-
tailment of' their social activities,
however, the men like the intensive
training.
Captain Newman, division ath-
letic officer, acting on the adviee of
his commanding officer, is arranging
a program which will run the gamut
of nearly every branch of sport known
in this country and England.
For the week ending Dec. 21 and for
the preceding week, the Eighty-fifth
division led all other divisions of the-
national army in point of health.
Divine worship at the camp has
cast aside the denominational lines
and united in Sunday services. The
first united service was held last Sun-
day in each Y. M. C. A. building. For
the first day at least, the new plan
worked out well.
Catholic boys have their masses in
the Knights of Columbus buildings and
in the base hospital. The fine feeling
between the Y. M. C. A. and k. of C.
is shown by the fact that at least one
"Y" building is loaned to the ,.Cathol-
ics every Sunday for masses, because
there are ifot enough K. of C. buildings
to go around.
COAL SHORTAGE FORCES NE W
SCHEDULE ON LOCAL THEATERS
Whitney Discontinues Stock Compaq-
ies; Orpheum To Close Three
Nights Weekly
Only big road attractions will play
at the Whitney theater from now on,
owing to the shortage of coal, an-
nounced the manager, M. R. Williams,
last night. The present policy of pre-
senting stock company plays will be
discontniued until the shortage is re-
*Tieved. In carrying out this plan the
house will not be open more than two
or three nights each wook.
Following the same coal saving pol-
icy, the Orpheum theater will be clos-
ed every Monday, Tuesday, and Wed-
nesday evening of each week. In ad-
dition to saving coal by closing the
Orpheum, Mr. Wuerth wishes to cut
down expense as patronage at all thea-
ters has fallen off since the theater
war tax. 6
WAR IS DUE TO IMPERSONAL
RELIGION, SAYS DR. MINAKUCHI

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Girls' Glee club will hold regular
practice at 5 o'clock this afternoon at
Barbour gymnasium.x
Geneva club will meet at 7:30 o'clock
tonight at the Chi Omega house.
Wyvern will meet at 8 o'clock to-
night at the Kappa Alpha Theta
house.
Stylus will meet at 7:30 o'clock to-
night with Mildred Mighell, - '18, at
509 Thompson street.
Board of directors and judiciary
council of the Women's -league will
meet at 3 o'clock this afternoon at
White's studio for 'VAich.iganensan
pictures.
Senior girls who have not handed
in their vocational conference blanks
at the office of the Dean of Women are
aske to do so at once.
Junior play tryouts are to be held
at 3:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Junior basketball practice at 4:50
o'clock this afternoon; freshmen at
4 o'clock.
Military Ncles
Members of the R. 0. T. C. will
have a lecture every day this week
at 4:15 o'clock instead of military
drill. The lectures, with the excep-
tion of the one given Thursday, will
be by Lieut. L. Williams.
Lieut. George C. Mullen recommends
the lecture to be given by Ian Hay on
Jan. 21 in Hill auditorium under the
auspices of the collegiate alumni, and
urges every cadet to attend.
A permanent plan for drill and
gymnasium days. for tle military
companies has been Irawn up $y Lieu-
tenant Mullen and Dr. George A. May.
Cut out the following program and use
it for reference:
Monday, first half of First regiment,
gymnastic and physical exercise; sec-
ond half of First regiment, manual of
arms in Waterman gymnasiuni; See-
ond regiment, drill outside or lecture,
according to the color of the flag
on the campus flag pole.
Tuesday, first half of Second regi-
ment, gymnastic and physical exer-
cise; second half of Second regiment,
manual of arms in Waterman gym-
nasium; First regiment, drill outside
or lecture, according to color of flag
on the campus flag pole.
Wednesday, lecture at 4:15 o'clock
in Hill auditorium.
Thursday, second half of First regi-
ment, gymnastic and phyisical exer-
cise; first half of First regiment, man-
ual of arms in Waterman gymnasium;
Second regiment, drill outside or lec-
ture, according to color of the flag
on the campus flag pole.
Friday, second half of Second regi-
ment, gymnastic and physical exer-
cise; first half of Second regiment,
manual of arms in Waterman gym-
nasium; First regiment, drill outside
or lecture, according to the color of
the flag on the campus flag pole.
Dr. George A. May, director of
Waterman gymnasiunm, urges the ca-
dets to report in the gymnasium at 4
o'clock on the days they have gym-
nastic and physical training in order
to be ready when the gong rings at
4:15 o'clock.

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"The war in Europe is largely due
to our impersonal religion," declar-
ed Dr. Yutaka Minakuchi of Tokio,
in his address on "The Religion of
the Future," Sunday night at the
FirstMethodist,-church.
The speaker stated that we must ob-
jectify our subjective consciousness in
order to make the future religion more
personal and in this way secure inter-j
nationalism. "The church is a relig-
ious and educational factor," he said;
"which does not change, but a new
interpretation of our religion which
will enable us to think and - act in-
ternationally is necessary. We are
now but Christians in the making who
must think and act."
In closing, Dr. Minakuchi contrasted
the religions of the East and of the
West by declaring the first to be the
religion of the past and the latter
the religion of the future, although
he predicted an ultimate union of the
two in the religion of the West. "The
whole world will then be connected
through a common religion," he said,
"and though not of one blood, will be
of one mind."
Sotokichi Katsuizumi, '17, addressed
the Guild meeting. at 6:30 on "The
Need of an Open Door."
Recreation makes for Efficiency.
"We try to treat you right." Huston
Bros.-Adv. tf.
Always-Daily Service-Always.

L. B. Hadley, ex-'17E, was recently
transferred from Appleton, Wis., to
the School of Military Aeronautics,
Austin, Tex., according to a letter sent
by him. Hadley also states that Louie
Bruch, Kemp Burge, ex-'17, and B. A.
Stenberg, ex-'17E, are attending the
"ground school" at Austin.
"MISS HOBBS" IS FINAL CHOICE
FOR COMEDY CLUB PRODUCTION
Profs. Brumm and Strauss, and 11. H.
Townsend, '18, to Act as Judges
in Saturday Tryouts

George Booth, e
News, will speak
of the department
o'clock Friday in
room of Alumni I
Booth has as yet
topic, but is expec
a part of his lect
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The lecture is E
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rhetoric 31, 33, and
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Following is the program for the
first four companies of the Second
regiment in Waterman gymnasium at
4:15 o'clock this afternoon:
Second regiment, company A, wrest-
ling, basketball, vaulting bar, rope'
climbing and sprinting; company B,
buck-and tumbling, high jump and re-
lay; company C, vaulting bar, rope
climbing, sprinting, wrestling, and
basketball; company D, relay, high
jump, and buck and tumbling.
Instead of finishing the gymnatic
anid physical program with setting
up exercises, Dr. May started the ca-
dets in boxing practice yesterday af-
ternoon. Hereafter, the program will
end with boxing practice.

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Comedy club has designated as its
final choice for its yearly play pro-
duction, "Miss Hobbs," the first play
which they originally considered at
the first of the year as suiting their
purpose.
An important meeting of the club's
members will be held at 7 o'clock
this evening in the Cercle Francais
rooms for the purpose of discussing
plans for this play and starting active
work upon it.
"Miss Hobbs" will be staged under
the management of Warren H. Town-
send, '18, and the first tryouts will be
held next Saturday morning, the time
and place to be announced later.
Prof. John R. Brumm, Prof.. Louis A.
Straus, and Mr. Townsend will act as
judges.
Students desirous of trying out will
find a number of available copies of
"Miss Hobbs" at the general desk in
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