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AT OTHER COLLEGES
CO-ED8 ARE OUT FOR ROWING.
Forty Women of University of Wash
ington 8lgn the Roll.
Forty women from tho freshmon
nnd Bophomoro ciasBOB have signed up
to turn out for rowing this fall and
"Old Noro" will soon bo tho most pop
ular wator craft In Coach Conlboar'B
Mr. Conlboar'B plans in regard to
women's rowing aro as follows:
"I shall dovoto ovory aftornoon from
1:30 until 4:00 to coaching tho women
in rowing. Last year two exceptional
ly good crows were devoloped and
there 1b plenty of good material listed.
"I intond to havo somo of tho
women who are most ofllclont with
tho oars help coach tho cc-od crows
In tho spring.
"Enthusiasm in rowing has been
kept upamong tho juniors and seniors
and those classes will havo fours turn
ing out in tho spring. Tho sororities
are also planning lntor-sororlty con
tests, and somo interesting exhibitions
In wonion'ri rowing aro anticipated
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Want student expense list.
Minnesota Department of Economics
Is Preparing FlgUres.
Studonts in tho economics depart
ment aro in search of complete and
fully itomlzed account of the expen
ditures of tho undergraduates at Min
nesota. Tho board of regents author
ized this action late last spring. The
purposo of the investigation is to make
possible a comparison of the expense
of attending our univorsity and other
Minnesota is third In this move
ment. Already similar investigations
on a small scale have been carried
on at Harvard and Wisconsin. Tho
results woro very curious and onllght
onlng. At Minnesota special promi
nence Is to bo given to accuracy.
Blanks have been printed and will
be sont out soon. ,. The mombors of
tho department who will conduct tho
Investigation will work among their
friends bo as to obtain as careful ac
counts iib possible.
New Consular school.
Tho actual history of tho Univorsity
of Chicago "Consular School" has
commenced and tho plans concolved
last spring for Kb organization havo
matured into reality. Five students
havo tho honor of being tho charter
mombors and havo begun their prepar
ation for work in the consular and
foreign commercial service
Tho purpose of tho course, which
1b not a separate school In the sonBo
of a college in tho univorsity organiza
tion, but merely a specialized phaso
of tho Collego of Commerce and Ad
ministration, is to turn out men who
will bo efficient either as government
ofllclals or as tno ngents of buslnoss
concerns. Upon tho satisfactory com
pletion of tho required three years tho
students will bo recommended to tho
president of tho United States, who
may oppolnt them to positions after
they havo passed the civil service ex
Garfield Head of Williams.
On October 7, Professor H. A. Gar
field was formally Inducted into the
office of president of WllIlaniB Collego.
A largo number of tho foremost edu
cators of tho country were in attend
ance, among them being Presidents
Eliot, of Harvard; Hadloy, of Yalo;
Wilspn, of Princeton; Butler, of Col
umbia; Schurman, of Cornell; Alder
man, of Virginia; Van Hois, of Wis
consin; Faunco, of Brown and Harris,
of Amherst. Governor Guild of Mass
achusetts and Honorablo Jamos Bryco.
tho British ambassador, wero also pres
ent. Tho newly elected president is
the oldest son of tho late James A.
Garfield, ox-presldont of the United
States, and 1b a brother of Secretary
of tho Interior James R. Garfield. Ho
was graduated from Williams in the
claBB of 1885, and has boon professor
of politics at Princeton.
The University Mlssourlnn has an
article on the high price of board in
Columbia, with a table comparing
prices there with those in other towns
Tho article opons with the following
ad: Wantedr-Thrifty German or
Scotch truck gardners to Bottle near
Tho Cornell students who attend the
Chicago gamo on November 14 will be
entertained at the Colonial theater
that evening by George Cohan in tho
"Yankee Prince." An elaborate din
ner at tho North American Restaur
ant will precede the play.
Syracuse has published a book of
songs for use at tho Calisle game,.
Tho complete title is "A bunch of
Songs, composed for the husky-lunged
loyalists of Syracuse University. To
be sung with might and main at the
Tho now law library of California
state university is approaching a real
ity. Tho required donations, aggregat
ing $150,000, are now pledged and Ar
chitect John G. Harvey Is working on
tho final 'plans.
Prof. H. R. Smith,, head of the de
partment of animal husbandry of Ne
braska University, visitod the college
of agriculture yesterday. Dally Mis
sourlan. Harvard will glye a degree this year,
.entitled M. B. A., which means Master
In Business Administration.
KIRK BADLY INJURED
Iowa star kicker wrenches
his knee and retires.
MAY BE OUT OF MISSOURI GAME
Hawkeyes Fear Tigers and May Pro
test Captain Miller on Grounds
That His Playing Violates
IOWA CITY, la., Oct. 13 A body
blow was dealt to tho Iowa football
eleven today when Coach Catlin was
Informed by the univorsity surgeon
that "Chick" Kirk, whoso knee was
hurt twlco In the gamo with Coe, had
gone lame beyond immediate repair.
Kirk may not be able to play In tho
Missouri game on Oct. 17 as a result.
He Is hobbling on crutchos now, and
Ills Injury Is the first really alarming
addition to the hospital list of tho
year. If ho does not improve he may
not oven bo taken to Columbia.
Iowa has had no real "bear" stories
this year, and tho Missouri tales' of
woo are more than offset by this one
bad accident hem.
Iowa may protest Captain Miller of
the University of Missouri, alleging
he is violating tho conferenco iilo con
cerning four years' play.
MADISON, Wis., Oct. 13 Moll has
stiffened up again with rhoumatlsm
and was not out in uniform tonight his
place being taken by Cunningham.
The best of care 1b being given in tho
hope that he may be availablo for at
least one-half of the Indiana gamo.
Arne Lerum, of football fame five
years ago watched the lino llko a
hawk tonight. Later former Coach
McCarthy gathered tho men about him
in the gymnasium and told thorn about
the superiority of the Indiana lino.
Football Manager Jellnek has organized
a Wednesday rooters' club.
CHAMPAIGN, 111., Oct. 13 When
the Illinois football playors enter the
game with Chicago on Saturday they
will fight not only for their nlma mater
but also for the graduate coaching
system. Even tho supporters of tho
system bellovo that a top-heavy total
by the Maroons again will result In
an upheval of the football coaching
Tho rooters gauge everything by tho
gamo with Chicago, and, looking back
to' last year, do not seem to count it
anything that the Illlni won three out
of five games played. Endurance Is
expected to be a factor In the gamo.
Tho Illlni note that tho Chicago totals
havo been made In tho second periods
nnd they recall last year's gamo on
The local players seem In good con
dition. They came out of tho Mar
quette game In pretty good shape and
the change from the dusty gridiron of
IllliolB field to Marshall field is ex
pected to bo bo agreeable that they
will play bettor. '
Fumbling, the local bote noire, ap
peared today In the first scrimmage
since the Marquette game and marred
an otherwise pleasing exhibition by
tho varsity against tho freshmen. The
fumbling cropped out at tho freshman
one yard lino and staved off one
score which might have been made by
tno regulars'. Then the freshmen were
given the ball on the varsity twenty
yard line but could not advarfce it
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Oct. 13 For
thoflrst time. since his arrival a week
ago, Casey appeared in uniform this
afternoon and worked in his old po
sition of left tackle throughout the
lengthy ' Becret signal practice. The
huge Iowan tips the beam at 217 and
has made the left wing of tho line look
much stronger than at any time this
season. Brennan wont in Cully' place
at left guard, and the veteran, Embs
stuck to the left end station! Schulz
worked at center and Davison was
placed In tho secondary line of de
fense. The triumvirate, Schulz," Davis
on' and 'Casey, will in all probability
bo worked against Norte Dame Satur
day in the flrBt big gamo of the sea
son. "Norte Dame has a strong eleven as
usual," said Yost to-night, "and In
our present state are going to give us
a terrlfflo rub. In their game last Satur-:
day they were able to use twenty-seven
men, and this alone i makes thorn ap
pear formidable No scrlmmago. jwork
was held tonight, for all the iimor was
taken up with. tho drilling in of new
plays and working up somo of the old
ones that wo have not yet sprung. In
the scrimmage laBt night tho rogulars
showed much improvomont. Yes, I
think we wilt beat tho Indiana school,
but it will bo hard work-"
Tomorrow tho scrubs play tho var
sity and Btudents will havo an oppor
tunity of Beelng what Yost has bobn
able to do with tho toam that was
nearly whipped Saturday by tho strong
M. A. C. eleven.
ITHACA, N. Y., Oct. 13 Although
today's scrlmmago between tho Cor
nell varsity and scrubs proved, that
many of tho faults shown in last Sat
urday's gamp with Oborlin aro still,
there, it Borved to bring a number of
new men Into prominence
Cosgrove was shifted to left guard
and Pavok went in at right tacklo. O
Hara, laBt year's, freshman quarter
back, outclassed tho regular man.Goff
took White's place at center, and label
ing, a sub fullback played loft end.
Captain Walder, McArthur, Hurlbut,
Shearer, Tydeman and Harris wore
not nllowcd to lino up.
CHICAGO, Oct. 13 Illinois plays,
worked by the maroon freshman foot
ball toam, held tho Midway regulars to
ll-to-4 score in tho lomtOBt and
fiercest scrlmmago of the season yes
terday at Marshall field. What Coach
Stagg had intended as an auspicious
launching of tho mysterious ground
gaining tricks ho has prepared- for Ihe
Urbana team's humiliation next' Sat
urday was turned into a mournful oc
casion, by tho crudoness displayed by
tho varsity eleven.
The maroon warriors fallod to shino
as the coach had expected with the
now plays, and Stagg intimated unkind
things about tho mental equipment pf
the "brain squad" in consequence. Tho
team made a sad botch ot-tho addi
tions to its offensive repertory, accord
ing to Coach Stagg, and generally
showed a painful "lack of comprehen
sion." While the regulars wero apparently
suffering an off day, the "freshlos"
wero out for tho varsity scalp and
their speed and effectiveness with the
Illlni plays gave Stagg one of the big
gest surprises ho has had this year.
Tho maroon defense was too woak to
ho'd the prize yearlings most of the
timo and the result will be ah over
time session for the linemen in defen
sive practice today as well as lesson
No. 2 with tho now plays.
Colorado tihverslty is planning to
celebrate October 17 as Alumni Day.
Bron-n University has a set of bowl
ing alleys In the gymnasium but they
are out of condition. . The HeraldilT
asking for Improvements.
"The Michigan Glee Club will give
six concerts between December 28 and
January o. Detroit, Saginaw, and Tole
do are on the orbit.
With tho opening of the football
season, twenty-one former Chicago
VarBlty athletes are now engaged In
coaching football teamB. Most of
them are, in addition to coaching, act
ing in tho capacity of athletic direc
tors, and some are giving instructions
in other departments. All of them
are, having success with their teams,
and nro lnnrt In thai' nrnlan nf moni
tor Stage for the instruction mnnlvnri
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