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January 14, 1912 - Image 2

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Official Newspaper at the University
of Michigan.
Published every morning except Mon-
day, throughout the school year.
Entered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan, under Act of Con-
gress of March 3, 1879.
Waliter HL Towers.
BUSINESS JMANAGER
Albert IL IWiley

Editorts,
.....Harry Z.

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thiareby. Students at Michigan are
prone to overlook the opportunities
that are presented here in Ann Arbor
in the contemplation of those that are
offered at a distance, It should not
be true in this case. We have the
services of one of the greatest trainers
in the country, a man who thinks more
of the physical welfare of the number
than of the winning -perfection of the
few. Dr.. Kraenzlein wants every man
in the university to feel that all of his
knowledge is at the disposal of those
who will avail themselves of it. Last
year it was no uncommon sight
:o see him spending as much
Jme with a senior who by
1o possible chance could be
-t strong contestant as he devoted to
.hose who were potential pointwin-
aiers. That is the way Kraenzlein
oohs at his duties. As he said one
rime, "I am not here primarily to turn
gut a winning track team but rather
:o do my best to aid the general phys-
ical condition of the student body. If
I can do that I will be playing my
?art."

Desk Caleni
Diaries, 1e
Books of all
Files, Typew

Best

Office

lstant ............Frank Pennel
etic Editor...... , . Karl Matthewa
stant ............G. C. Eldredg,
de and Drama ... .Earl V. Moor,
irollegiate News Harold G. McGe,
,s ..................Emmett Taylor
Editorials.
hur B. Moehlman Frank E. Shaw
ard G. Kemp Maurice MyerF
Night Editors.
rice Toulme Mack Ryan
en Robinson Robert: Gillet,

I316 South State'
Street
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Harold Hipple

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Time and againi men have been quot-
Beckman ed as saying that they had no chance
augherty to make the team and that if they came
B. Fouls, out they would be laying themselves
Arpentei open to ridicule as working to make
D'Evellij the team when they were hopelessly out
4. Mieset of It. That is possibly the most prey-
Bweene3 alent error of the whole situation and
he one hardest to irradicate. It should
'ouchare ye borne in mind, however, that when
Glrtersoi i man reports to Dr. Kraenziein that
Johnson 'Doc" will give him work best suited
)nl Sith ;o a, general physical development anC
Hlland,*lhat it is because of the trainer's at-

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We here at Mic
)rout for our own gc
ourselves of thec
presented of wor
rection of such a tr
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SUNDAY, ' JANUJARY 14, 1912. u
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Night Editor-Mack Ryan. h

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An Opportunity.
In another column of this paper ap-T
pears a call from Dr. Kraenzleln for
candidates for the. sophomore and
freshman track teams. Attention is
called to the fact that it is the intention
to arrange meets with outside schools
in addition to the annual clash between
the two underclasses. It is regret-
rtable that any such step, is necessary
to secure sufficient material. Experi-
ence has taught that it is from the
competition for places on'these two
teams that men are discovered who are
able to make their mark in the athletic
world and who -but for this opportuni-
ty of discovering their own capabilities
would be unknown.
Michigan has alwaye had success on
the track. True we have not always
come home with the first honors but
the men who have taken part in the
preliminary training or in the active
competition have been benefitted

ly hour yesterday morning. H
the machine has been repaired
less the unforeseen occurs ags
Daily will be delivered at the
hour. To those who were ins
fenced by this mishap, the~ Da
ders its apologies and sincerel;
that such an occurrence will n
pen again.

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56 Laf ayette A,
Scotch, Ergl'Fh,

SENIOR LAWS UNDECIDED ON
PLACE FOR ANNUAL BANQUET
Considerable discussion is rife, in
the senior law class, in regard to the
proper place to hold the annual class
banquet. At the present .time the
members of the class seem to be about
evenly divided between Detroit, Toledo
and Saginaw. A member of the ban-
quet committee has been visiting the
various cities for the purpose of de-
termining their facilities and will
make a report of his investigations
when the committee meets some time
this week.

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In bhawes and pouds. Phone as.
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