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April 22, 1913 - Image 4

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Farrell 1)issfisied MithI Yearling
D aerforianices t Pe ronsy reny
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VARSITY TWO MILE TEAXM WILL
ALSO TrY OUT THIS AFTRNotN
Two mile Relay Will Lead le Event
pi Pesdelphia
Program.*
Dissatisfied with the performance
of the freshmen quarter-miuers in the
trials of last Saturday, Trainer Far-
rel will give them a chance to re-
trieve themseles, and make the east-
ern journey, by holding futer trials
thgi aeno uon. the ma4-u0 ofth
ment at this time with seven men pos-
sessmg ability to traverse the distance
ti two minutes, or better fighting for
places.
It is Farrell's well founded judg-
ment that the freshman runners did
not produce the greatest speed they
are capable of, but were hampered by
inexperience and by a siow track. To
make sure of this it has been decided
to allow them the second trial in the
hopes that on the last stand they will
di n and cut off the 440 yards, in
the time of three minutes and 30 sec-
onds that the trainer has set as the
mark that will qualify them for the
trip to Franklin field According to
the promise made to the verdant track
men earlier in the season, they have
no claim to advance for a second trial,
but were awarded it because of the
consistent training on the part of the
candidates. The competition for the
four berths has been narrowed down
to five men who will struggle among
themselves for mention in the final
selection. The five are Smith, Gore,
Uifer, Catlett, and Lyttle.
Not in the least daunted by the crit-
ics of track events who pick Dart-
mouth as the favorite in the running
of the two mile relay event at the
Pennsylvania field day, Farrell is con-

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fident that Michigan can lay claim to
a string of half milers fit to compete
on equal terms with any in the coun-
try. While the times to bemade today
will probably not be made public,
"Steve" is not reluctant about admit-
ting that he expects it to be good. Ev-
ery candidate for the two iile team is
considered to figure prominently in the
trials, is running in his best form.
Farrell looks particularly to seven
men to farnish the hottest competition
in today's trials, but has not eliminat-
ed the entries to this number, any with
the desire, being eligible to run. Capt.
Haff,, Lamey, Jansen, Haimbaugh,
Brown, Otte, and Smith, are then men
relied upon to show the speed in the
half mile, with the possible addition
of Blake. Although originally a mile
runner, Smith has put forth enough
speed to name him among the con-
tenders in the shorter mill.
From Philadelphia comes the news
welcome to Michigan supporters that
the two mile relay is scheduled to lead
the mile on the days program. This
mean's that 1-Taff will be able to use
his strength in the event Trainer Far-
rell thinks the Wolverines3 have the
surest chance to win.
The Varsity quarter milers are
grinding away on the cinders and will
not let up until they leave for the
east. That they made a poor time in
the Saturday trials has been incentive
to goad them on in their training, and
will certainly result in better time in
the show-down than in the trial.
FONAL JAMBOREE PLANS MADE.
"No arriages, No Flowers," Decided by
Committee.
"No carriages," is the dictum of
the committee in charge of the Junior
Jamboree, "a social anomaly." Ar-
rangements for the affair which will
be given by junior lits and engineers
at the Armory Friday evening, are
complete.
Finzel's orchestra of Detroit has
prepared a programn of 28 popular and
operatic numbers and the 32-page
memory books which will be used as
programs will be received tomorrow.
Large letters from A to P will be plac-
ed about the hall as improvised booths
and a rendezvous should be made for
each dance. Arrangements have been
made with the caterers to avoid the
usual confusion in serving refresh-
ments.
The tickets, only 200 of which were
printed, have sold rapidly. The re-
maining cards may be procured from
members of the lit or engineering so-+
cial committees at $2.00, which in-
cludes refreshments.
Union Dinner Tickets Are Put on Sale
Tickets are on sale at the Union and
by members of the committee for the
regular Union membership dinner
scheduled for Thursday night at 6:00
o'clock. The principal speaker will
be Circuit Judge Alfred J. Murphy of1
Detroit and in addition the program
will include a number of talks and
musical numbers by students.
hand Ball MIatches to Start Thursday
Hand-ball preliminaries cloe to-
morrow night, and Manager Gilbert
plans to start the regular matches on
Thursday. Some of the teams entered
in the preliminaries have not reported
but the closing date will not be ex-
tended for their benefit. The usual
ribbons for winners are being offered;
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BEGIN FINAL REHEARSALS FOR
WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB CONCERT
Final rehearsals for the annual con-
cert and dance of the women's glee
club start in Barbour gym tomorrow
afternoon at 4:00 o'clock. The post-
poned concert will be given in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall Saturday evening
at 8:00 o'clock Tickets may be pro-
cured from members of the club or at
Wahr's bookstore for.35 cents.
PHI BETA KAPPA ELECTIONS
TO BE ANNOUNCED THURSDAY
All Phi Beta Kappa aspirants of the
senior lit class will have to wait until
Thursday night to find out if they are
among the first ten per cent of the
class. The elections for 1913 will be
announced after the annual meeting of
the society Thursday afternoon.
Art"Exhibit Draws Few Visitors.
For some reason the exhibit of draw-
ings and designs executed by the pu-
pils in the Detroit Schooi of Design
and in the Ypsilanti and Kalamazoo
Normal schools is attracting few visit-
ors. The exhibit will be, on display
for a few days more in the upper lec-
ture room of Memorial hall and it is
hoped that a larger number of peo-
ple will take advantage of the oppor-
tunity to see it. "
Dr. May Invents New Test Instrtument
Dr. G. A. May director of Waterman
gymnasium, has made a valuable addi-
tion to the anthropometric charts
which are ,used in physical examina-
tions. This consists in a test for grip,
chins and dips. There are tests for
the legs and back but he prefers not
to use them because of the danger in
new men straining their muscles.
Law Grad Undertakes Case for Cupid.
An unsuspected wedding took place
in Detroit, March 31, when H. W. Bige-
low, '12L, formerly of Owosso, and
Ethel Smurthwaite, '11, School of Mu-
sic, of Manistee, were quietly married.
Bigelow is at present employed in De-

troit, and he and his bride will reside
there after June 1. The bride is a sis-
ter of Bessie Smurthwaite, '14.
ENDORSE MODE OF PLANNING
HONOR SYSTEM.
(Continued from page 1.)
fair to all alike."
The sub-committee of class presi-
dents, under Ralph M. Snyder, '14L,
chairman, will present what it believes
a practical workable plan to the pres-
idents of all the classes on the oam-
pus at the Union this afternoon at
5:00 o'clock for adoption. After being
passed upon, the scheme will'be offer-
ed to the several classes for their con-
sideration.
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