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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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turday Afteroori
are we will win--But its
0f Chance--when your spr-
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4 EA1ST LIBERTY ST.I

1RUMOR OF VARSITY
CREWSQUELCHED
Refport 'I'irnt on1 Coujiletion of IDam
C'r4' %W ould be.E stablishedi
LACK 4OF CURRENT IS ONE EVIL
\Yhnirt heavarici1ous engineers']'
i sear('h of power decied to dam11 the,
alrady overdammed 11II-roil, the a(utt-
i ci enhu i idabot the (ca1!mus start-
edco(1 ur on 1 01 hancc s fora crew at
MnhlltgPn. in iaginaion the1y saw
Michian dfeatng Y le, arvard,
Co rnell, and other cfollegesi famlou1s on
xh ' water and their enthu~dsism turn-
C(1 thirihoe into 1rumor0Is. Gradually-
the story <>rexv ntil several had1 it on
good auihoity that lMchigant was to
have, a crew anld this rumlor spread
,Iut( desp1ite the misplaced enthusi-
asm and Nwild rumlors, M ichig-an is not
to have_ a crew andf chanlces for it 'Ire
abiout Las; good 2as Yle winnling the InI-
(t'erelleg'iat('. Even g1 ran ting the fact
thatl the athiletic aut1horiities would be
willing!t,- spend the money i'on this
splort and the,( other coaches stand(
ready toVgiv up their best men to the
marne orp, sillinsurrmiountable oh-
staucles; lr( vnt such a thlingl. Th,,
min >>troublle lies w ith the hurcon it-

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menwholeae ichIigan this spring
wvili renmember this nig4ht as longs as
you Ive."
DenMrie .(olywas the
last speak, tKIngas his topic, "The
[uiversity and its Alumunni." After a
brief intro>ductio,>lD eanl Cooley read
al n mressive addren.ss (:-aling; with the
attitude of The alumni toward their
alma mater, '"You w ill always recol-
lect college friendsh'ips and the fare-
wells made this June," said De4an Cool-
ey. "\o matter mwre you roam, Mlich-
iganl and your life here wHi always
remIlain a sweet memiory."
A1fte'r the speeches, the freslhmen
ran around the fire and threw= in their
gray caps. The program ended wit-h
thle singing .-of "Where', Oh Where, Are
the Vecrdant F'reshmenli?" and "-The
Yellow and the Blue."
Following the festivities, the first-
year men celebrated their advent into
die ranks of sophomoredom by storm-
ing the Majestic for the promised
'free shove."
NI16H'T RITES.
(Continued from page 1.)
rune in the af'ternoon. The brother of
the famous Mlichigan sprinter was not
entered in the high sticks much to
the siurprise of Alichigan's friends in
the cast.
Kohler dlid about as was prophesied
for himt in the weig;ht events. Beatty of
of Columbia took anl easy first in the
trials by heaving the 16 pound weight
46' feet and 1-8 inch, a distance which
bcreaks the intceollegiate mark set
by JoeIorn~r of Michigan, In then
hamnmer throw Kohier's heave of 15o
feet 6 inches weon him third place and
anl easy qlualication. Cable of Hrar-
yard and Mlarden of Dartmnouthl both
better K-ohlor with throwes of 154 feet
11 1-2 inches and 152 feet 2 inches re-
speutively.

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June 3
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Whn th.e dam i4 canleted there
may h a mie an la haIf of Nwater o
Bit trng t 2~ar, t oudbe
p( _. vmt er Mand i mm. ac_ ethere
1 ( pi(I 12 e on i n t IUs innling
it re( ss and before a year was up the
(ew's trafininglak'1(1e NwouIld resemble
a eer;arde n. Tlhen to keep it in
proper condlition would necessitate a
(aill 111)011 some gret philanthropist.
Many other irritating little
things might be mentioned that hae
the effect of dampening the ardor foi
tis .sp1ort and those who have a palir
ittch{ling to0grspll oar will haAve tc
be content withi a paddle aind] allitli.(
canoe. For at least sonic time Mli(,h-
igan11 will n1t haea crew.,
FEIGHIl VARSITY MEN COMIPETE IN
E'AST TOl)~AV.
(Continued from page 1~)
ri'lios.Bo)g-le waus on the prog ram for
a talkl: abeled',"Lok~ling Forward''
InIt -Toll"-(didnttgiveatalkt- he
1?ltured folrih a regular oration, such as
would hv aroused the envy of a
igh ' school spll-blinder.
"Thre a ,re thlree kinds of students,"
said Io~,"antediluvialn grindls, men-
tal hoboes, and those who combine
the g1ood qu1alities of these two types.
Mly advice to you freshmen is to mnake
an0 effort to get in the desirable class."]
"Ca p Ngti the big nightl of the!
year for me,"' said Prof. C.1I, Van(
Tj ne 1, the nextt speeor. "ly duty is
to enthuse. youl to work for the newt
Milchigatn 1nionl, but you already know]
about that, Wlhat we must do is. to ed-t
ucate our alumni so thlat they will be
re'ady wvhen we begin to campaig n for
funds,"]
Fredeick oomis, '12 AT, spoke onI
"Aferard."There are a great many[
hieavy hearts under the black robes1
hewre tonig,;i"PA Id Loomis," and you

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Sargent of Mlichigan, was one of five
men to qualify for the high Jump. The
men qualified at 5 feet Io 1-2 inches.
A disappointment from a Michigan
standpoint, however, was the failure
of Cohn and Waring to qualify in the
broad jump. The mark: set to qualify
was 21 foet 11 inches, and though both
Michi,,an umen have bettered 22 feet 6
inches, they were sadly ou[ of place
in) today's competition,
BesFides these menl who will repre -
sent Mlichigman Saturday, the Wolver-
ines have 1lainmbaughi and lanavant.r
,cah these men won seonds in their
events last year, but though Hlail-t
bayugh is scheduled to run next to 11cr-
na in the two mile event, it is a ques-
tion as to how Ihanavan will finish
in the mnile.
Predictions are already being made
as to broken records. The shotput
mark has already gone by the boards.
Perna will undoubtedly better the In-
tercollegiate mark in the two mile,
as hie has already done it several times
this year. Jones or Putnam of of Cor-
nell will probably set a new mark in
the half', while 1eidpath is looked to
establish a new record in the quarter.
With five mena having cleared the bar
at 12 feet 4 inches in the pole vault
it would not be a surp~rise if' the rec-
ord in this event were also smashed.

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