THE MICHIGA1 DAILY
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News Editor ........Harry Z. foly
Athletic Editor......Karl Matthews
Assistant............0. C. Eldredge
Music and Drama .... Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Files ................Emmett Taylor
For this they deserved praise and not
the jeers that were generously heaped
upon them by some of the spectators.
During the baseball game with M.
A. C. the same spirit was strongly no-
ticeable. M. A. C. had sent a delega-
tion of rooters to witness the games.
?cy alo sent a cheer leader. When
the latter tried to get his men to yell,
he was hissed at from all sides. Cat-
(,alls and "smart" remarks followed
his efforts to help his team by cheers.
When the visiting pitcher deserved
braise for a particularly hard try for
a foul bail, he was encouraged to se-
cure a net. In the evening several of
the M. A. C. men drifted into one of
the down town refreshment parlors
and, while there, were met on all sides
by jeers and ribald remarks.
There is no excuse to be offered for
this unsportsmanlike and "mucker"
conduct upon the part of some mem-
bers of the student body. One of the
first principles of sport is to learn to
play fair and such conduct certainly
violates the letter as well as the spir-
it of that rule. Outbreaks such as
these <re ocec:ionally noticeable and
deserve hearty condemnation when-
ever they appear. It is not only an
insult to the visitors but an insult to
the University of Michigan.
Be sportsmen, not sports, and play
FIRST B1AND CONCERI WILL
BE IIELD FRIDAY EVENING.
We have just received samples
Styles. Quality and Price
Edward u. 1
an 'Frank E. Shaw
n Louis P. Haller
Maurice Toulme Mack Ryan
Wallace Weber 0. Harold Hippler
H. Beach Carpenter Robert Gillett
John Townley Morris Houser
J. Selig Yellen Fred B. Foulk
Hal C. Tallmadge J. V. Sweeney
Morris Milligan Leonard M. Rieser
Morton R. Hunter Russell H. Neilson
Chester J. Morse David D. Hunting
Frank Murphy Mark F. Finley
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The sweet strains of Varsity ba
music will be heard on the camp
for the first time this season, Frid
evening at 7 o'clock. This year t
band stand has been erected on t
plot of ground between the chemist
and psychology building just we
of the medic green. All lighting
rangements for the opening conce
have been completed. Some vocal
loists will appear on the progra
which will be announced in Frida,
issue of The Michigan Daily.
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TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1912.
light Edior-Fred B. Foulk.
If there is' anything that Michigan
can be proud of it is good sportsman-
ship. To be a good loser is harder
than to be a good winner. The true
man is brought out by defeat as is
seldom done by a great victory. Mich-
igan teams and Michigan rooters have
shown the best kind of sportsmanship
in the past and it is to be hoped that
this will continue to be so in the fu-
The actions of a select number dur-
ing both the track meet and baseball
game last Saturday was far from
sportsmanlike. In the longer runs
when the visiting athletes were plain-
ly outclassed and far behind, they
fought gamely and stuck to the race.'
Y. I. C. A. Officials to
The officers, chairmer
teemen of the Y. M. C. i
afternoon for Whitmor
they will spend the wee
ing Sunday night. Prac
t ire working force is gi
or four professors are
to accompany them.
Another "Speeder" Receives
Blain Shimmel, '12, of Grand
was arrested Sunday by motor
man Kuhn for speeding on I
street. A fine of $13.45 was lev
Senior Laws Warble Tonight.'
The senior laws under the leadership
of Maurice McMahon, '13 L, will give
a sing tonight at 7 o'clock in front of
the law building.
NMS. J. 0. REED IN ANN ARBOR
MAKING TRIP PREPARATIONS.
Mrs. John O. Reed has returned to
Ann Arbor from Cleveland for a few
days and at present is making prepa-
rations for leaving for Europe. The
Reeds expect to take passage on the
Cunard liner Saxonia via the Mediter-
ranean route. The Saxonia sails June
8. The couple expect to travel exten-
sively in Europe for about a year, as
it is thought that the trip will prove a
great benefit to the health of Dean
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