THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THE MCHIGAN DAILY
Oficaial Newspaper at the UniTrrsity
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.
Walter K. Towers.
Albert B. Dilley
SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1912.
number acquainted with real Michi-
gan songs and this would help elimi
nate the popular airs which
have occupied the most prominent po-
sition on past programs.
These senior concerts are one of
the best features of the second semes-
ter and everyone should bend his ef-
forts to make them a success. Oneor
two may be held each week, and, to-
gether with the band concerts, make
the evenings of the few remaining
weeks the best of the whole ccllege
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Night Editor-Morton . Hunter.
Seniors Have Preference.
On June first, the senior classes of
the university have planned to
get together for the last time, the
occasion being an informal picnic at
Whitmore Lake. It is the first time
that such an event has been planned
successfully, calling for a great deal
of work upon the part of the commit-
tee. It seems that the Sophomore
classes have also chosen this day as
the only time for their joint picnic
which will be held at the same place.
It is impossible for both events
to be held at the same place on the
same date. Whitmore Lake is too
small a resort to hold two classes
from each of the departments and
would only mean the ruining of both
affairs. It is hard to ask either one
of the classes to give up their day but
it seems that the second year men
would show excellent spirit by giv-
ing up their day and arranging for
another. This would be a courtesy
very much appreciated by the senior
class, to which a certain amount of
deference is due.
The seniors have chosen their day
and s'. 1d keep it. If the sophomores
persi. t ia - hoing their picnic upon
the same day, it can only result in
confiir which would spoil both events.
Let thc second year men show a little
(',iibined Senior Sings.
One of the best ideas in many a
moc" is that of holding combined sen-
ior sih "s this spring. The Student'
Coun:"! has aceinted a committee to
work up a feasible scheme and its
members should be given all possible
encouragement by the seniors of all
In years past, on different evenings
of the week, a dozen or two of seniors
from different colleges, have met and
sung for a short time. Usually it has
been very difficult to secure a good
mixture of voices and consequently
the sings have not been as successful
as might have been the case.
If all departments combine and eac'h
sends only a dozen men, the combina-
tion ought to produce a sing which is
really worthy of the name. There
might also be more men among the
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Rogers 2B ........4
Wood CF ......... 5
McCloy RF ........5
Goodrich SS .......5
MyersP...... . 4
Brillmier 1B ... 4
Totals.........36 5 8 28*11 6
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Two base hit-McCloy, Vogt. Three
base hit-Blackmore. Struck out-by
Myers 14, by Smith 9. Base on balls-
off Myers 2, off Smith 3. Double play
-Snadir to Pontius. Stolen bases-
McCloy, Bell 4, Mitchell 3, Munson,
Rogers. Passed ball-Vogt. Hit by
pitcher-Vogt. Wild pitch-Smith.
Time-2:30. Umpire-Pattison, M. A.
"PIP" TITUS AD IS ANOTHER
TALE TO COLLIER'S LIST.
Harold "Opie" Titus, one time news
editor of The Michigan Daily,
has signed his name beneath another
story in Collier's Weekly of April 27,
the title of which is "O'Hara's Kid."
Titus has been in Arizona during the
past winter endeavoring to regain his
Lieut. Cooley Leaves for Annapolis.
Lieut. Hollis Cooley, who has been
visiting his pai'ents, Dean and Mrs. M.
E. Cooley,$ for the past month, left
Wednesday for Annapolis. where he
will take up his duties in the disci-
pline department of the U. S. Naval
Grand Rapids Club Elects Officers.
At the first meeting of the Grand
Rapids club at McMillan hall last ev-
ening the following officers were elect-
ed: president, Ralph Conger, vice-pres-
ident, Ralph Baldwin, sec.-treas., L. J.
Gringhuis, and cor. secretary, A. D.
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