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January 13, 1918 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-01-13

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. MORE MEN PLAYED. FOOTBALL all the colleges which kept up the
LAST YEAR THAN EVER BEFORE game last year will continue to do so.
The cantonments and naval stations
Expect Cantonments and Naval Sta. will also be well 'represented, for it
tions as Well as Colleges to Keep has been demonstrated that football is
o Up Sport the right kind of preparation and its
continuance is recommended by both
Sthe war and navy commissions on ath-

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letic activities.

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country, states that there was actu-
tily a great deal more football played
last fall and more men engaged in the
sport than ever before in its history.
there were more than twice as many
football players in several training"
camps and naval stations as there
have ever been in any one college.
Not only was the sport utilized in pre-
paring men for the rigors of war, but
it brought a renewal of youth to those
who had not enjoyed a fotball con-
test since their high school ar college
days.
The tendency for next season is that,
IAM AIL

('lee Club To Praw Up Constitution
All members of the Freshman girls'
glee club are requested to meet at 4
o'clock Monday afternoon in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall to draw up a
constitution. At 5 o'clock they will
hold a meeting in Miss Nora Crane
Hunt's studio in the University School
of Music.
Miss Hunt will conduct the club
for the first few rehearsals.
with Daily readers.-Adv.

O. W. Stephenson, who referreed the
Michigan-M. A. C. basketball game
Friday night, yesterday objected to
what he called "unsportsmanship" on
the part of Michigan students during
the game.
"The students were unfair not only
to the visitors, but also to their own
men," Mr. Stephenson said. "At one
instance, when McClintock failed to
make a pass, the students hissed him.
But I especially objected to the noise
that was made during the shooting of
free baskets. According to basketball
rules there should be absolute silence
then.
"Another thing that was noticeable
during the game was the use of horns

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imbus

the Conference quintet
enough-the Athletic as-
aving heard no word to
-but the blizzardy attack
aggregation proved too
swept Captain Bolen and
de with apparent ease.
te elements scor'ed a vic-
hio State with less effort
ck could have been turn-
Mitchell's Wolverines had
s lads negotiated the sev-
between the site of their
nd Ann Arbor. But Mich-
:et a chance-and from all

Dancing at Armory every Saturday 'by many in the audience. Strict

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MAJESTIC

Sunday &
Big Feature

Thrilling Bandit Drama

no
the

ecasion

Douglas Fairbanks & Bessie I
In Old Fashioned Thriller

the rest of the Athletic
force attempted to get in
the Ohio State aggrega-
re. Mitchell, at any rate,
(perform his task.
to the Varsity coach the
not be cancelled but will
ed indefinitely. There is a
that the two teams can get
the end of the semester

THE

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Thrills, Gun Play, Laughter and Love Galore
and

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want ad in the Daily will sell
Droperty.-Adv.

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