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THAT "REP"- f--THEN TRY THIS
h a thing as a univer- We humbly suggest that an honor
fn. Either some amen

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apus are ignorant of the
y are wantonly doing their
sgrace their alma matet's
. It is more ,pleasing, at1
to excuse the hissing epi-
phenomena resulting from
rance, than to suppose that,
igan men have been show-.
or sportsmanship with full
of the reflection which such;
I;s upon the University.

society to be known as the "Snakes"
would not be out of place at the pre-
sent time. Judging from the recent
basketball games there would be plen-
ty of men eligible. In order to keep'
the personnel of the society within
reasonable limits, it might be expedi-
ent to restrict the membership to those
who had hissed at every decision of
the,/ referee gainst Michigan in any
one game.

MICHIGAN DIAMOND FRESH TRCK MEET
PROSPECTS BRIGHT, DECIDED SUCCESS

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Promising Candidates Report
Every Position on Lnndgren's
Vwrsity Nine

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ou love good Tusic, you'll be satisfi
-they are all splendid numbers fr
.ould be in your library. Choose the
a list and stop in and hear them!
pular Songs, DanceI
Now I Know ......................
I'll Always Be Waiting For You....,
You Know What I Mean........ .
Bell Hop Blues.................
Was There Ever a Pal Like You....
You're a Million Miles from Nowhere
Behind Your Silken Veil-medley f
............ ........Yerke
Roses at Twilight-medley waltz..Y
You'd ,Be Surprised-medley one ste
Keep Movin'--fox trot...........
Apple Blossoms-medley one step...
Carolina Sunshine-waltz..........
Vystery-medley 'fox trot.... Paul B
)h!-medley fox trot......Paul B
To a Water-Lily (Violin, Flute, 'Cell
Spring Song (Mendelssohn)......
. Might Be Your "Once-in-a-while".
You Are Free.................
k Wise Bird (2) Cuckoo Music (3)
Tulip .........................
rhe, Blacksmith (2) Buttercups (3
Violet (5) Our Flag..........
Red Seal Rec
V[y Jesus, as Thou Wilt (Borthwick-N
lalaguena (Spanish Dance) (Albeni
t. La Luna (To the Moon) (Acosta-Z
fast Tears (Destinn)-Emmy Desti2
col Nidrei (Max Bruch)-Mis'cha Elm
ligoletto-Piar gi Fanciulla (Verdi)
'hat Tumble bown Shack in Athlone
Iienzi Overture-Part I (Wagner)-
lienzi Overture-Part II (Wagner) -
Glad to Play Any or All
New Records Over fo
commodious Victrola department.
L. TRY US!

Record s
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norrow
ed with this month's list of
om first to last. Some of
ose you would like to hear
Records, Etc.
........ Shannon Your
......... .Peerless Quartet
.Al. Bernard -
~~.Al. Ber'nard
... ........Henry Burr
... Charles Harrison,
ox trot.........
es Jazz Marimba Orchestra
erkes Jazz Marimba Orch.
p............All Star Trio
............All Star Trio
...... Jos. C. Smith's Orch.
......Jos: C. Smith's Orch.
iese and His Novelty Orch.
iese and His Novelty Orch.
o, Harp)....Florentine Qt.
......Florentine Quartet
.... Olive Kline
... ..Olive Kline
Star Child (4) Pretty
..........Laura Littlefield
) Tick-Tock (4) The
........Laura Littlefield
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:ords
Weber)-Sophie Breslau $1
iz)-Alfred Cortot.... $1.00
apata)-de Gogorza..$1.00
nn...................$1.00
an................$1.50
Galli-Curi-de Luca.$1.50
e-Joky. McCormack..$1.00
-Philadelphia Orch.. . $1.50
-Philadelphia Ord'h,. .$1.50
1 of These
r You
Helpful, pleasing service
ros.
ic House
Ann Arbor
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STRONG STAFF OF HURLERS
ASSURED BY EARLY PRACTICE
Michigan's baseball prospects look
better at present than they have any
time since practices have begun. The
candidates were out yesterday, after-
noon exhibiting an abundance of pep.
The practice went off in great fash-
ion; every player capering about an.x
lous' to snap into the play.
Numerous Pitchers
Battery men were numerous. With
Parks, Ruzicka, Saunders, Scheidler,
Hubach, Gariepy and Merz warming
up with catclers Genebach, Coates,
Taggart, Bigelow and Hays the Wol-
verines presented an array of mounds-
men and receivers that makes the bat-
tery positions look stronger than they
have for many seasons.. Knode,
Mraz, Newell, Wimbles, an VanBov-
en form a group-fof infielders hard to
beat. These men are grabbing the
bounders with great skill, and the hot
ones, off the bat, all look 'alike to
Mraz and Wimbles Newell has all
the appearance of a first sacker. Big
and lanky, Newell grabs everything
in sight.
Hot Fight on First
WhenBroome, first baseman de lux,
for last year's freshman team appears
with Froemke, the regular first base-
man, on the Varsity last year, the
scrap for the job of covering the in-
itial sack should be an interesting
one. From all appearances Coach
Lundgren will be embarrassed with
high class material for the first base
job.
Mraz is full of fight and is anxious
for batting practice to begin. Knode,
last year's captain, performs as us-
ual. Mike never has any trouble get-
ting into condition and is handling
his position in the same skillful man-
ner as he has done for the past two
seasons.r
Wimbles looks like a strong can-
didate for the keystone sack, and has
been performing n whrlwind fash-
ion. Karpus, third baseman on the
1919 team, will be out after the bas-
ketball season has closed. He is a
useful man as a hitter and fielder and
can play any infield position. I
Three Good Receivers
Coates, Genebach and Taggert are
doing the bulk of the receiving. Coates
and Genebach have their pitchers
working well. These receivers show
pep and great ability to handle hurl-
ers in addition to the mechanical side
of catching. With the men improv-
ing as they have durin the past week
the team should have a staff of high
class battery men equal to any they
have had in many seasons.
C ImIoPep i
Tuesday--Wednesday-
Thursday
NORMA
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Kelley F itures Program By Equall-
ing Waterman Gym Dash
Record
SCHIIITZ AND SPURRIER ARE
HIGH SCORERS WITk 6 EACH
"The work of the freshman track
athletes this afternoon was the best
performance of it's kind I ever saw
in Ann Arbor," said H. A. Donnelly,
former Varsity track captain and mil-
er. From the crack of the pistol for
the 50, until the last jump in the pole
vault, the spectators were entirely sat-
isfied and many times were brought
to their feet with intense excitement
as two runners finished hardly a foot
apart.
Kelley Ties Record
Conspicuous among thew sprinters
was Kelley who did the 50 yard dash in
fivre and three-fifths, for the second
time this year, tius winning his heat'
and tying the gym record. There were
four heats in this event and each
race was decidedly close, and it was
extremely hard to spot the dashers as
they crossed the line.
In determining the highest individ-
ual point winner it was found that
Schmitz and Spurrier had both won
six. The former ia from Allegan,
Mich., and a graduate of Western State
Normal. While there he was premin-
ent in athletics, and in his last year
was captain of the track team. Spur-
rier is a Detroit Eastern boy and was,
prominent as a hurdler and high
jumper while at that school.
Equals Last Year
Abllowing the names of those who
placed is given the winner and time
of the same event in last year's fresh-
man meet. From this can be seen
what a decided improvement has bleen
made over last year's record. Coach
Farrell feels;entirely satisfied with
the results.
Each winner will receive a prize
donated by the fraternities pn the
campus. The prize to be awarded the
highest point winner will be- divided
between Schmitz and Surrier.
Results
50 yard dash, won 1by Harv4 ; sec-
ond, Kelley; third, Lewis. Time 5 4-5
seconds. Last year, Moersch. Time
5 4-5 seconds. 440 yard dash, won
by Thomas; second, Lewis; third,
Simmond. Time, 54 4-5 seconds. Lasts
year, Lux. Time 56 seconds. 880 yard
run, won by Burns; second, Rankin;,
third, Schmitz. Time, 2:07. Last
year, Douglas. Time 2:10 2-5 seconds.
Mile run, won by Leland; second,
Standish; third, Whittemore. Time
4:50 1-5 seconds. Last year, Everett,
Time 4:50.
High hurdles, won by Spurrer; sec-
ond, de Vera; third, Spannagel. Time
9 3-5. /~ast year, Lashmct. Time, 9
seconds. Low higrd es, wolay Ash;
(Continued ol P ge E$)

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