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May 25, 1913 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
gan.
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
ntered lt the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan, under Act of Congress of March 3,
1879.
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing Maynard Street.
Office hours: Editor-1 to 3 p. m.; 7 to to
p. m. Business Manager- to p. m.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.o; y mail,
$3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy; University Pharmacy;
C. H. Davis, or. Packard & State
Phone: BCll, g6o.
Frank Pennell.........Managing Bditor
Joseph Fouchard.......Business Manager
SUNDAY, MAY 25, 1913.
Night Editor-Fred B. Foulk.
AFTERMATH.
If any place in the country can im-
prove on Michigan's 1913 Interscholas-
tic, we're open to the arguments. We
have it on the authority of men who
know something about interscholas-
ties, that the Ferry field invitation
meet, concluded yesterday, was one
of the cleanest, most interesting, best
conducted meets they have ever wit-
nessed.
A great deal of credit is due to those
who had its intricate management in
charge, and to the students and
groups of students who looked after
the entertainment of the visitors.
Whatever objections might have at-
tached to previous Michigan intercho-
lastics were not present this year and
we have been assured that the future
state meets will be delegated to Ann
Arbor.
Much good will accrue to the uni-
versity through the medium of these
visiting youngsters who have since
left for home with vivid impressions
of the advantages offered here. It is
only natural to hope and logical to be-
lieve that the 1913 success will be con-
tinued and even bettered in the years
to come.
FOR A FRIEND.
Self sacrifice is about as rare as
anything that exists and many cynical-
ly inclined doubt its very existence.
And yet in one event of yesterday's
meet it was so complete, and notice-
able, that nearly all saw it and under-
stood. Sheldon of West Branch was
the man who made the sacrifice, Mac-
Kay of the same team, the recipient,
Sheldon, distance runner, won the
half mile easily. In the mile run,
MacKay and Sheldon were both en-
tered. Early in the race the two slip-
ped into tire lead and as they ap-
proached the finish tape MacKay was
leading by inches.' Sheldon looked
'around and saw that no rival was near
enough'to cause trouble. Then with
MacKay making a desperate effort,
and Sheldon with a strong sprint still
in him, he urged MacKay on and fell
back allowing MacKay to win and
contenting himself with second.
It didn't seem much to do. But
when one figures that by this Sheldon
lost the cup for individual point win-
ner, the cup donated by "Spider" Coe
for the mile, and a gold medal, besides
the honor of winning, the price ap-
pears. It wasn't much to do and not
all noticed it, but it goes to prove that
the world isn't totally dependent upon
Old Sol for all of its brightness.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
Senior engineers can receive invita-
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Monday afternoon 1:00 to 5:00 o'clock.

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THREE SOCIETIES TO GIVE
COMBINED DANCE WEDNESDAY
Prof. and Mrs. Evans Holbrook will
be the chaperones at the combined
dance to be given by the Deutscher
Verein, Comedy club, and Cercle Fran-
cais at the country club, Wednesday
evening, May 28. The organizations
will leave Ann Arbor by special car at
7:40 the fare being included in the
tickets which sell at $1.25. Tickets
may be purchased from the committees
of each club or from the secretaries,
and are limited to 40 couples.
SALOONIST TO BE ARRAIGNED
FOR FIRST HEARING TOMORROW
Lawrence Damm, saloonist, arrested
last Wednesday on a complaint made
by James Minzey, '16, for selling liq-
uor to students, will be arraigned for
preliminary hearing in Justice Do-
ty's court tomorrow afternoon at 2:00
o'clock.
"No other witnesses will be called
upon to testify," stated Prosecutor
Geo. P. Burke, "but subpoenas may be
issued if the case is taken to the cir-
cuit court."
-Members of the rhetoric faculty
were the guests of Prof. F. N. Scott,
at the Michigan Union, yesterday
noon. The occasion was one of wel-
come to the new men who will take
places in the rhetoric faculty. next
year.

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