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Official Newspaper at the UniTersity
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year...
Walter K. Towers.
Albert I. Dilley
News Editor.........Harry Z. Folz
Athletic Editor ......F. E. Shaw, Jr.
Assistant............G.- C. Eldredge
Music and D.rama .... Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Files ................ Emmett Taylor
Arthur B. Moehlman Walle W. Merritt
Maurice Toulme Ernest Burton
Loren Robinson Karl Matthews
John L. Cox Oscar Beckman
C. Harold Hippler ....Robert Gillett
Wallace Weber William Daugherty
J. Selig Yellen.
Assistant to Mgr. ..Joseph Fouchard
Advertising Mgr ... Elmer P. Grierson
Circulation Mgr.....E. Ray Johnson
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loyal undergraduates to rally.
former years before the freshmen had
forgotten the traditions of Michigan,
the mass meeting before a football
game was the rallying point for all
classes. Here they buried their dif-
ferences for the time being, forgot that
class distinctions existed, and united
to support the team in the proper
manner. Freshmen were not molested
at these gatherings because all realized
that this was a time to forget every-
thing else and stand behind the play-
ers in one solid body.
Friday. night the incoming class,
hardly matriculated in the university,
displayed poor taste by entering Uni-
versity hall in a body and giving vent
to its class -yell. Such an event has
not occurred within the memory of the
present upperclassmen and we have
great hopes that the class of 1915 will
realize its display of pettiness and
refrain from future demonstrations of
a like nature.
Chasing seniors up trees is hardly
We can't* say what we think about
this Record-Herald sheet without
starting a faculty. censorship. They
ran the Wolverine athletic story bd-
neath the Ypsi sport notes.
Chained to the pole of the tent is
Brute Pontius who wrought much hav-
oc with a Buckeye line up yesterday.
SOPHS FIND HAZING TOO TAME.
Aggies Beat up Car Conductor in
LANSING, MICH., Oct. 7.-The haz-
ing of the freshmen became too mon-
otonous for the M. A. C. sophs last
night and when a trolley car came
along they attempted to put posters
relating tontheannual rush in thecar.
When the conductor objected the trol-
ley was pulled off and as it was being
put back the conductor was attacked'
and beaten badly. The faculty will
take actions m the affair and whole-
sale expulsions may follow.
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1911.
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"Our Alma Mater.r
Did you miss the "Yellow and Blue"
at the game yesterday? Many did.
You should have if you did not. Con-
trary to the time honored custom, the
new song, "Varsity," was played be-
tween the halves.. We are proud
of it; it is stirring. It will be one of
Michigan's most popular songs.
But the "Yellow and Blue" is more
than a song; it is the voice of thous-
ands of alumni joining us in proudly
proclaiming our love for our Alma
Mater. We unconsciously bare our
heads and with the surge of the mu-
ic, the same feeling thrills use which
for years has inspired and urged oi
the men of Michigan to victory.
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year 191141912. Price $2.50 if paid before Dec.15 or $3.00 thereafter.
Michigan stands for bigger things
than class rivalry. The big ideas and
the spirit of the university which have
been handed down from classes long
since forgotten are mountains in size
compared to underclass differences.
Michigan's athletics are one of these.
This is essentially a university insti-
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