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Meet Lost by Lack of Capable
Performers in Middle
COACH EXPECTS TO BEAT YPSI
The All-Fresh track squad has no
middle distance runners of merit, and
the opportunity for first year half mil-
ers to make the team is exceptionally
good. Trainer Farrell hopes to have
a big squad of men out for the 440 and
880 this week, in preparation for the
Ypsi Normal meet Saturday.
Aside from the poor showing of the
half milers, Farrell is pleased with
the looks of the youngsters in their
first meet. The best time any of his
half milers can make is 2:12, while
in the past he has usually had at least
two men capable of doing 2:10. In
an effort to bolster up this hole in the
team, he will shift Burbe, who failed
to make the team as a sprinter, to the
880 yard run.
Farrell attributed the loss of the
Detroit meet to the weakness of the
half milers. He expected to win the
meet, and last night stated that by
doubling Carroll in the half mile this
could easily have been accomplished.
"The little track was our undoing,"
said Farrell, "there were 24 instead
of 14 laps to the mile, and it was just
one continual round of pleasure. Onj
our own track we would have won
handily, and although the Normal beat
Detroit at Ypsilanti we should have'
no trouble winning from the teachers'
on our own track this week."
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The Colorado State club will meet at
the Union tonight at 7:30 o'clock.
Dixie club will meet at the Union on
Thursday evening, March 12, at 7:15
All junior and senior mechanical
engineers who are considering taking
the spring trip, are urged to meet at
5:00 o'clock today in room 221 of the
The Round-Up society will hold a
smoker at the Union tonight for the
purpose of completing arrangements
for the formal dance to be given at
the armory, March 27.
Student council meeting tonight at
7:30 o'clock in north wing of Univer-
MUSIC AND DRAMA
Orchestra to Play In Yps.
An opportunity to hear one of the
best orchestras in the country will
be offered in Ypsilanti on Wednesday,
March 11. On this date Emil Ober-
hoffer, the noted conductor, will bring
the Minneapolis Orchestra to Normal
hall for two performances. For the
matinee, which starts at 3:00 o'clock,
Richard Czerwonky, violinist, will ap-
pear as soloist. In the evening, the
NormaltCollege choir of 200 singers,
under the leadership, of Frederick
Alexander, and Cornelius Van Vliet,
violincellist, will appear with the or.
When Ethel Barrymore comes to the
Whitney theater on March 26, she will
be supported by a cast of excellent
players. Charles Cherry, remember-
ed in Ann Arbor for his sympathetic
portrayal of the the hero in "Passers-
by," will play opposite Miss Barry-
more. Haldee Wright, the painted la-
dy in "The Passing of the Third Floor
Back," Mrs. Thomas Whiffen, and Eil-
een Van Biene are others whose acting
adds much to the enjoyment of "Tan-
te." A word must be said for William
Ingersoll's kindly impersonation of a
Don't play ball on the serets.
Don't ride bicycle on sidewalks.
Don't run your car faster than 12
miles per hour within the city limits.
Don't tack or post notices on tele-
phone or electric light poles about the
Don't try to keep a bulldog around
without a muzzle. All dogs must be
Don't break the ordinances of the
city and expect to get off without pay-
ing the penalty.
DETROIT STUDENTS NOTICE!
Get the Detroit Saturday Night from
now until the semester ends for 65
cents. Order now. Pay later. Call 16,
leave your name and I will see you.
Edward Mack, Agt. 111-13
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Fancy costumes of all kinds are in
order for the annual fancy dress party
of the women's league, which will be
given at 7:30 o'clock next Saturday
evening In Barbour gymnasium. There
will be 16 dances, including a feature
dance by each class, and prizes will
be awarded for the prettiest, home-
liest, and most original costumes, and
for the most strikingly dressed group.
Members of the Symphonic league of
the school of music, are privileged to
attend this party, and must secure
their tickets in advance from Mrs. Jor-
dan or Mrs. Backers, Admission: for
spectators, and members of the Sym-
phonic league, 25 centg; for women's
league members, 10 cents. There will
be a 10 cent fine for all who do not
come in fancy dress.
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Owing to Professor Snouck-Hun-
gronje's lecture, the third lecture in
the mission study course on North
American Problems, entitled "The
Family," which was to have been giv-
en by Prof. R. M. Wenley, at 4:30
o'clock yesterday afternoon, in New-
berry hall, was postponed until 7:15
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Women who are taking part in the
junior play are requested to present
their eligibility cards to Vera Bur-
ridge before the end of the week.
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road; Mrs. E. H. Kraus, 722 Church
street; and Mrs. Ralph Aigler, 1404
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Clinical Society to Hear Faculty Men
The Clinical Society will hold its
regular monthly meeting on Wednes-
day, evening at 7:30 o'clock, in the
medical amphitheater of the university,
hospital. Papers will be read by Drs.
H. H. Cummings, Warren P. Lombard,
C. G. Darling and Dr. Ruben Peterson.
Drs. R. B. Canfield and Walter R. Par-
ker will present case reports.
Apparatus is Purchased for Laboratory
Through Prof. H. H. Higbie, con-
siderable new apparatus has been pur-
chased for the electrical laboratory.
There has already been installed a
new motor balancer set, which will
keep the voltage equal on a three wire
electrical system,;such as the one on
the campus. A direct motor generator
of alternating current has also been
set up and is ready for use.
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