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VOT- XX.

No. 170.

SEASON'S SUCCESS
SATISFIES TEAM
Election of Track Captain and
Awarding of "M's" post-
poned Indefinitely
1911 PROSPECTS ARE BRIGHT
W~ithi ani excelleint stiowing iit n the
Easierni Ittercoltegiate to their credit,
the Varsity track iteti returined to Anni
Arbhr Saunday night satisfied with tie
recaits attiained dutricng the igi0 seasoin.
Several of the meit loitered] ini the ast
aed diii lie) retiuii wcith tite tecacm. The
electicit of a'casptain cnd tie awcardig
oif the "'s" itsclihiretore, tieeii potc
Itrd setm prcticalit certainc that lit
ie eni wil ri ieceicve the coveteed iccsigcia.
In t a sn ithsheri t cistii
to isvr th N"t hose who sot.
tinits ini ttce int ercotlegiate cuty atid it
is ncot iki itht i this wil itt td'iettartetd
froii ileicc lie fact tht trec iuacl
meets waerec held citli easternc scols.
Thuisuta ti'r i itte handsci ofi a cniiiii'-
tee eomposc'ed if Captaini Mat, Manager
Boynuton, aniii D irector Fitzptatrick, wiho i
sti in th east and niosi cc actiio iwilt le
takeit iiitil tis retun
After theinucsigii ia v tien aiiiarided
the aeeuaa ictur wiltl le takein. At
this tiiie tlic kaptinaa of tic tit t em
will lie selecteil.
The manii iiico is sciecteid to capitain
text years aggrecgaiti on wil leaiia
sqttadricth liriliaiit pristiects, Ofi thi
men cwhose effortis imade ichiigana
contender for first hoanoirs at Philadel-
" phia, three cwiii lie icc scol cxt year
Craig antid ioner, cco onci the ma-i
jortiy of the pint sico ered, wcill heeciii
Icaiitiat o cf tie ig ti teamc. Crail
proved the spteed iwonder of cue easiern
iueet, onily ani ciii)riuui cte scrt prevent-
inig his taiing che ceintury dcsh. ?next
tear lice should 1ic a sure timstcr ini boti
idcshces.
It seemsc aliii ceertcaiin that te edis-
cuis thcrowt ciii ice iiicluded cc te ltter-
el c~te proegeami iet steasoni.~ This
chiang.e ciii gcive Horner accii opporcuity
cc scorce tenc poit ciinsiead f lice, ;is his
supieruir urices withc ticie Greekruuissie
is recogized.
Illt te cchrcliii cc i ii ic c r act Philc-
dacy tied wcih anotheir yecr f ccaiic
aindt exsperiece wcil ccci ac mos cccii c cli
icaic. G.acclii andc Rots lacc donei wiel
in tlii quiccirmile evn tciihci s ccc'tsci ati
ciii b cini schle aga'i next yecr.
Of te iuceic cclii file toii wccil lce
cc on ite ~t cca rsicty squadi, I iiilagl
arni C ce shi cte mast primis iie. Botl
are fr eshcccci The icformier tics cshowc
cgrecat cblta iuce rucicier, hicc
ast pefrac 'n lipinig secnid!
fromci the crocs .c ccii rc reccired beiig es
peciually noeoty iic iiC o tle, the lig cp
taut ccf the frshe in eleveni ic has giver
prmcie as hmm rcr er Kicic'
ai sopiihoiiire, Ahoi chci iheen rncinuiig fti
the first tie tliis iscason, has showcc
ablitt inc thie mididcle' distacic e event.

GAYLEY IS AUTHOR 00
NEW BOOK ON tO 10k' ITiIIN.
Tue cucrreict cnuitcer ccifiithieciiumnc
reewecs "Idleals of Ediccaciocn" bi-Ccharles
M. Gayley. '75icccnow roifessore 4 f"11(ic
lick literaturecat teULivceesity if Caci
fcrncia. Air.Cat let' octil edcati nalcci
conictiosis ccthey exist inicialmostci tll
Acmericn iuiversities.
Tue bhokicsedediecedi ioiPesidiet
Emericus Acngellithtic'ie followiingin-i
scriptionit

URGES REGENTS TO
APPOINT PRESIDENT

c'\.I" CciXCc iFI"Rhi IJ'

1
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Editorial Writer Argues that!
Definite Action be Taken t
Immediately '"'"
Tii'
DEFENDS PRESIDENT HUTCHINS ,1]

Jciii cc'cciic,t cxcvI~t
Co' Nski ci.0R
Me. Gaylet is best liii ccciii) lii li(ce
as the author ci "Tue ellowiiand . cci
"CHOICE" BITS OF HUMOR
Arabian Play Promises to be rull of
Good Laughs
'c Uitact, ci recil lice Nlcici" cic ci..
wialkedl ciiiof Ccciii althtl~ili
icy far the YN . . ..olr-e a
cfterncioc. .A\itc gin w s ca' tc
ryig t t aycccii cc h oud o i
icc-e' cc c uc kle.ii c ad '(wea fe
-anoiitier Niichiga m ncaeiOtcfti(
ibtuidincg. liii \\-cc 'i t )l ln ki,
ctitceciwas l btdubeiuc 611en h
i ll tiuuic p fc r ec e , c rl h c I~
studen t \ e caler 1 ", al] S
\ 'te Ici theyCooeciii mnctPrp)
iccv-\ ecic iht c er taiccyis in
cieted-Icte ad cccx crl1 se LA
ton's cmedy ccci cis to bci ci i ci
fill iciticiic asi ranlfii -th sh w"
askedi ie cci ice'1)i(,i le
aiswctecred ct e contc et. A i
thee're ueting ouic me btccch l
cys ticc onl c ec roiii ciii',w el
csae cciiic e coccinudai h' f-
Rik ISTRAR lxAii RiA:T''i">
FROMt TOikR N1S':C1

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(c' i t<ii ci it i) i The i i (
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Itci'r< ' '-d! 1J(c I i I ,t.i l7i
Call of the Exam is "Back trc the
Old (iriiid''

iii'') I I' i) .

BALL MEN GIRDED
FOR FINAL GAMES
Notre Dame Contest Saturdav
Will Close 1910 Baseball
Season
MOUNTAINEERS PLAY SAURDAY
'irc < Tree gmcicscremicttcbe play-
e(Iii 1thuihoe grounds ciibefore ths
si'"in ndsis ccork, acd despie
the ~ cor~s etci thinccthe ast, the
Ia r i tcred ad eermintted to
1cin ramA~st irina cd Notre
Thetea reuedciifrom ciits oig trip
i)'" te estin xcelet shape. None
officien fl I c injui ries so Mihi"
cc s etirestrencgt ilcile onhiad to
iI i,,s cisni \tcespecia'ly e cur-
'catucvo'fcthecctrip ias the how-
cct ae. te asiypichiig staff.
C pit'cell ciii e cueipcial aiity, ii
t~rrliig gstntSyrcue ibeiig of the
()n Thurday-cafernoocciithe firt of lie
ccc ci 11 i:> sciii e paed wheo
he inof Wesi tVirginaunii iiverity
t o Lst evr iii. OctFriday snd
cv i c C'NoteDe wcic ii e seeinc
CLUB WILL VISIT DETROIT
C' mmerce Men to Inspect Factoy
and Business Systems
ll1n'c ici[le om erce chu illii
Ccc I ciealittecrcticein cc chiig ecrly
1 :t~c~tin tains frithe cieet Friday.
trip toi iicit i sccplanccieel cncthat day
ndi ill cheiin1cessiary to leave cii the
x cuur ereetaie idutrial
;;at i clli iccmadeiiandiiaccfar as tis'
ild wicsadfcoy systemsc will e
~pcc 1 liii c te paces viited ciii
wi i, igeShe cpaiy'.Cadiliae
lirt Cr c ci.i cmay reccgis' Adinig
\acmc cmpany, andcithe Aihigan
worksItcc iscie likey that two
iia ie occciifactorescc wilie tlcedc
, iii i iitcrcalii iiitc r ccuihr c k
rt rp as aicispecalcrie f eighty ceitic
1,for 11eroundctrip i e aailable if
'I V yutm~cgu Rcetccrei harge
d al ' v an hulcdccilie seciredl
fromllmas arlyas osible.
I, Te :mhiiecom~itte has acded
Inc l~cp~is wer; o 'l'.iT e cmmitctee
iii c, Icde i iiiiitey dlc those mceii de
;iri g i c icc b iiihccciiof the week.
'h nei of theiii'chiblasiiieeningwas
>> !III Ji1. ltvS TIh BSINESS
\ \AV.hi.iRShilk'OFTHiEDIL.
I Aoran hll, to, as eletedi busi-
i ns iu cclfheic liibiy iihe Board
,i ii Control cf tudentiiiPubcliciatins, yes-
,cir. k'iftcroo '.c'hrl i'icwimanu, '1,
ccciii hi., onycciur.Botohihave
iihcc ciu th uiciesicstff lice tcoiyears.
o{ .A>,xia ''itorsiciecor'the AMicigan-
cc i ccciecitricncinthe ccciv future.

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_____________ COMING SOON

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