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AlLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

me 1.

THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1921.

Number 136.'°

the members of the Choral Union:
Attendance at the following rehearsals is imperative-Tuesdays, Thurs-
s, at 7 p. m., Sundays at 3 p. m., School of Music. Thursday, April 21,
m., Ladies, School of Music. Men, Music Room, Hill Auditorium, Rear
rance, East Side.
ALBERT A. STANLEY, Director.-
nance Club:
The regular monthly meeting of the Romance Club will take place at
Union today, April 21, at 4:30..,-
A. G. CANFIELDr,
tures Under Auspices of Graduate Club:
The fourth lecture in the series will be given by Professor J. S. Reeves
"International Society and International Law". The public is invited.
litorium, New Science building, Thursday, April 21, 8 p. M.
MARTEN TEN HOOR, President, Graduate Club.

COMMENDSTRAC[, TEAM1
CHRISTIE, CALIFORNIA COACH,
CALLS FARRELL "LEADER OFI
ATHLETES"t
Editor, The Michigan Daily:c
Just a chat from the far off West.t
Your Micigan track team, its coach
and its manager came, spent five days
here in Berkeley, and left for home3
via the Southern route.
We came in contact with each ath-t
lete, and as a team the verdict fromE
all sides was that they were a splen-x
did group of men. My athletes have
the highest of praise for them fort
being good fellows and athletes wortht
while. Michigan student body and
faculty should be proud of them asc
Michigan representatives; naturallyz
the state of Michigan is brought into
the same category.,
Your team represents wholesome
athletics and fine manhood. The win-
ning and losing has nothing to do.
with the matter for Michigan men are
as good losers as they are winners.
Of course the boys were disappointed;
only natural that they should be. But+
coming from a series of indoor meetsj
to meet a team of seasoned outdoor
athletes, who have gone through
about four meets besides class try-
outs, is asking any team to accomplish
the seemingly impossible.
Then the 'long train ride and our
weather at the time of the meet was,3
to say the least, trying, and created
more barriers to be surmounted.
We have a great team this year; I
know of no team that could beat us
in a dual meet. Your coach says the

same thing. So let's forget the win,
lose, or draw idea, and think only of
the impressions cfeated and the
friendships formted that are bound to
result in great things for the future.
Let us hope that "memory" for mem-
bers of both teams will serve always
to bring back the happy events that
occurred as a result of your team's
trip to the coast.
It would be unfair not to say a
word for manager and coach., I liked
your manager and I speak for all.
Your, coach there, Steve Farrell, is an1
old friend of mine. We competed i
against each other years ago, and it
may be news to you to know that the
athlete never lived, or ever will live,
to run with. more perfect form than
did Farrell - absolutely frictionless,
the ideal of perfect motion. I wish the
old clock could be moved back for
me, just to see him run.
He coaches the same way, X clean
cut, decisively and knows what he
wants. He is a leader of athletes. It
was great to see the boys from Ann
Arbor respect him and his every wish.
Farrell is a good man to have around.
I know your team; will be full of
enthusiasm over the trip. May suc-
cess attend their every effort athlet-
ically this year.
Very truly yours,
WALTER CHRISTIE,
Track Coach,
University of California.

Wouldn't you rather have your text
books mimeographed on smooth paper
and pay 15c more for a book of a
nun(' , pages "Edwards Bros., 310
S. State St.-Adv.
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bookkeeping, accounting, banking,
English, and secretarial training.
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Orders for senior literar
commencement invitation:
he mailed at once. Send
to the invitation committ
East Kingsley street.

SUNDAY MONDAY

ADMITTANCE - -
CONTINUOUS SN

TUESD

WHAT'S GOING ON
THURSDAY
4:05-Third of a series of lectures on
the law anal practice before public
utilities commissions by Arthur H.
Ryall, of Escanaba, Mich., room G,
Law building.
7:00--Choral Union rehearsal for
sopranos and altos, School of Music.
7:00-Choral Union rehearsal for ten-
ors and basses, Hill auditorium.
.:00-Freshman band practice, Uni-
versity Hall.
7:00-Web and)1Flange meets, Union.
7 :00-Mandolin club rehearsal, Union.
7:15--Meeting of La Sodedad His-
panica, room 200, South Wing.
7:15-Glee lub ,rehearsal, Union.
7:15-Triangles meet at Union.
7:80-Lecture by Rev. Strasen on
"Spiritual Life Among the Mentally
Benighted," St. Paul's Lutheran
church.
7 :30-Lecture by Prof. Jesse S. Reeves
of the political science department,
on "International Society and In-
ternational Law," Natural Science
auditorisum.
8:00-Meeting of Christian Science so.
ciety, Lane hall auditorium.
FRIDAY
3:00-Senior engineer baseball prac-
tice, Ferry field.
4:05:Fourth and last of a series of lee-
tures on the law and practice before
public utilities commissions by Ar-
thur. H. Ryall, of Escanaba, room G,
Law building.
7:30-Regular meeting of Alpha Nu,
fourth floor, University hall.
7:30-Lecture by Prof. George LaRue,
of the zoology department, on 'San-
itation and the Human Parasite,"
room 355, Natural Science building.
U-NOTICES
Remaining tickets to the R. 0. T. C.
danceFriday nght.can be secured
from members of. the University R.
O. T.C.
WHIPPLE IN EAST ATTENDING
MANY EDUCATIONAL EVENTS

BASEBALL TEAM BEATS
YPSI IN FIRST GAME
(Continued from Page One)
the stands and field at the opening

had dwindled to a few
its close. The lineup:
Michigan (12) AB
Uteritz, 2b..........5
Van Boven, ss.......5
Perrin, cf.........5
Shackleford, rf.....4
Karpus, 3b.........3
Johnson, lb.......4
Genebach, if.......5
Vick, c.............
Ruzicka, p. ........2
Klein, 2b.......1
Hoffman, 3.......1
Mudd, p...........3

stragglers at

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The Mabel A: Tolford Shop is the
first door east of the Arcade Theater.
You will find the newest of ideas and
the best of workmanship there.-Adv.
1921 Crop Brazil Nuts, 23c per
pound. Three jars Prune Fruit Jam,
$1.00. Shultz Grocery, State St.-Adv.

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Totals.......43 12 1 27 9

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Hole, ss...... . ,.4
Hellenberg, rf......3
Sickels, lb ..... .4
Westcott, 3b.......4
Fox, lf ..........4
Williams, c.......3
Carlson, 2b.......4
Quinn, cfi..........3
Gough, p..........
Ferenz, p ..........2'

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PRESENTS
T H E MOHICANS
James Fenmore Cooper's greatest Leather
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on the Screen by a Master Director

MAURICE TOURNEUR

P.rof. G. M. Whipple, of the educa-
mal department, attended a lecture
sterday given before the College of
hysicians of Philadelphia on "The
ynich R ger Bacon Manuscript".
he address was given by Prof.
illiain Romaine Newbold, iwho' is re-
onsible for some-interesting discov-
ies in connection with the manu-
ript.
Fronm Philadelphia Professor Whip-
e expected to go to Washington, 'D.
to attend a meeting of the nation-,
intelligence tests committee today
.d national research council meet-
gs tomorrow and Saturday.
Have ydur text book mimeographed
* book paper so thenstudents can
ite notes with ink on the back of
e pages. It costs very little more
twards Bros., 310 S. Statte St.-Adv.

Totals.'.......32 1 2 2411 6
Two base hits-Ruzicka, Vick; three
base hits-Uteritz, Shackleford; hits
off Ruzicka, none in four innings; off
' udd, two in five- innings; off Gough,
seven in three innings; off Ferenz,
four in five innings; sacrifice hits-
Vick; stolen bases-Karpus, VanBov-
en, Sickels (2); hit by pitcher--Uter-
itz, VanBoven, Mudd, Vick, Sickels;
Itruck out by Ruzicka, six$ by Mudd,
five; by Gough, three; by Ferenz,
three. Bases on balls--off Ru~icka,
three; off Gough, three; off Ferenz,
three. Umpire-Stephenson. Time of
game-2 hours, 15 minutes.,
ANNUAL PHI BETA KAPPA.
BANQ T TO BE HELD MAY 5
Phi Beta Kappa's annual banquet
will be held at the Union May 5, at
which time Ellery Sedgwick, editor of
the Atlantic Monthly, will address the
members upon' "The Editor at Bay"
Mr. Sedgwick is an eminentaspeaker
and writer, having been for several
years editor of Leslie's Monthly and
later of the American Magazine.
Know what the smart women are
wearing this spring': We would be
pleased to design that new frock for
you. Mabel A. Tolford Shop, 721 No.
University.-Adv.
Uje the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.
Increase your business by advertis-
Ing in The Michigan Daily.-Adv.

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ever try TUTTLE'S
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