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T~HE MICHIGOAN DAILY~

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tBELLT TCAPTAIN
Street 1913 BALL TEAM

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Ye'low and Blue

Victors

"1 Kind o' like
Ann Arbor"
College Opera Songs

At the hilarious termination of yes-
terday's drawn-out battle with Penn,
Joseph J. Bell, '13, and Michigan's
leading run maker for 1912 was chos-
en by his team mates to pilot the Var
sity craft through the crags and rocks
of the 1913 season.tBut a few minutes
were required on the part of the "M"
men to place ex-captain Mitchell's
mantle on the able.shoulders of yes-
terday's star.
"Joe" Bell was one of the three
men who batted above the 300 mark
this year and has been responsible for.
not a few of Michigan's tallys since
the opening of the season. Bell's av-
erage in stick work was .311, second
to Lavans who led the team with .337,
but the new captain faced the oppos-
ing pitcher twenty more times than
did Lavans.
Fourteen baseball "Ms" were pre-
sented to the following men: Bell,
Mitchell, Baribeau, Duncanson, Mun-
son, Lavans, Howard,Blackmore, Scul-
ly, Rogers, Snadir, Corbin, Smith ,Pon-
tius.

-fifth Anniversary

rest and hear the college songs
lso the latest college hits. We
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FOUNDING OF UNIVERSITY IS
FrI"INGLY C013ME1MORATED
(Continued from page 1.)
came the honor section led by Presi-
dent Harry B. Hutchins, accompanied
by Hon. Lawrence Maxwell, of Cincin-
nati, the orator of the day. President'
Emeritus James B. Angell, and Ambas-
sador Andrew D. White followed. The
University Senate, garbed in academ-
ic dress, the special invited guests,
candidates for honorary degrees, and
the official delegates from the univer-
sities and colleges, completed the hon-

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or section. An escort composed of 100
chosen 'seniors marched on either side
of the honor section as an honorary
guard, carrying golden batons, wound
with Michigan colors.
The cortege marched to the pavilion
where the Commemoration exercises
took place.
3,000 Hear Commemoration Addresses.
Tracing the development of the uni-
versity from the time of its founda-
tion in 1837, Hon. Lawrence Maxwell,
'74, one of the most prominent legal
authorities in the United States, ad-
dressed a crowd of bver three thous-
and people in the pavilion.
The speaker began by con-
trasting the graduating classes of ear-
ly days with those of the present time.
At the first commencement, held in
1845, there were eleven graduates;
this spring there are over a thousand
degrees to be awarded.
"Michigan was the pioneer in elab-
orate systems of public instruction,"
declared Mr. Maxwell. "When she
founded the university at Ann Arbor,
there were perhaps no other institu-
tions of higher learning in the coun-
try under public control. The exper-
iment proved a notable success, of
course, and now almost every state has
its university.
"In giving credit for the tremendous
progress of the University of Michi-
gan, we must not forget the Regents,
who through their foresight and econ-
omy have paved the way for develop-
ment. Many times have they contest-
ed for the rights of the university
against a hostile legislature, and only
through their wise management have
the scanty appropriations been made
to suffice.
"But the work of the Regents would
have been of little avail had it not
been for the notable- line of presidents
who have shaped the destinies of the
university. To Dr. Angell, more than
to any other man or set of men, is
due the praise for the success of the
university. President Hutchins is al-
so to be commended 'upon the manner
in which the affairs of the institution
are being cared for at present."
The mention of the name of Dr.
Angell, who was seated with the aca-
demic guests on the platform, was the
signal for a novel demonstration. Ev-
ery person in the huge tent arose and
the cheering lasted for several mo-
ments. The laudatory remarks con-
cerning President Hutchins' work
were also greeted with cheers.
Previous to the commemoration ad-
dress, the 26th infantry band played
the overture "Oberon," after which
prayer was offered by Right Rev. Chas.
S. Burch, Suffragan Bishop of New
York.
Following Mr. Maxwell's address,
President Hutchins Introduced Chan-
cellor Elmer E. Brown, '89, of New
York University, who made a short
speech congratulating the University
of Michigan on the celebration of its
seventy-fifth anniversary. Mr. Brown
represented the endowed universities
in his remarks. President Jos. W.
Mauck of Hillsdale College, represent-
ing the Michigan State colleges, and
President Wm. 0. Thompson of Ohio
State University,representing the state
universities, also gave congratulatory
addresses.
The benediction was offered by Rev.
Arthur W. Stalker, '84, after which the
exercises closed with the playing of
"The Victors" by the infantry band.

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