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Hop Derby
ists Record
eld of Fillies
avorie s Scratghe
In Run for (.ups
By DRAHCIE SUARK
eteran observers are united in
the opinion this year's J-Hop
Derby provided the classiest field
of fillies since the record year of
'08 in Ann Arbor's annual run for
th-e orchids.
Some of the nation's top jockeys
were on hand to pilot the fancy
fillies around the gruelling I-M
course, but none- had worse luck
than little Eddie Parcaro, who
lose to guide Molly Homeatthree,
a cutie with a lot of early foot, but
no stamina, instead of "the Lady
who didn't Give a Damn," the
eventual winner.
Flly Fancier
Lord Cecil Freudingham, the
celebrated filly fancier, was called
a ay on business just before the
Classic and was forced to with-
draw his entry, all seven, an
entry which included the winter-
book favorite, Miss Harriet.
-One of the new features of this
year's race was the trombone op-
erated starting gate which got
the first heat off to a sliding start.
With starters Dorsey and Dun-
hm in charge the front runners
set a hot early pace, but as the
front runners failed the Stop-
Suits-Shinny-Kelly-Keisley-John-
son-(and others) filly moved into
a commanding lead.
That pretty little swifty ap-
peared to have the thing in the
satchel until she lost her jockey
and got herself caught in a pocket
around the refreshment bar turn.
Roan Reminiscing
The form players were leery
about the J-Hop Derby, claiming
they never know how to handicap
filllies. The historians of their
group still talk about the 1932
Derby when the two leaders, Alice
Fluegown and the "Lady in Blue,"
were breezing along in front until
they noticed they were wearing
the same colors. They sulked
themselves out of the money.
Well, the '48 derby is now his-
tory, too, and as usual it was a
great day for the mudders.

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Wolverines To
Tackle Blind
School in Fall
The University of Michigan
football team will oppose the Ar-
kansas Institute for the Blind this
year, Coach Fritz Plymouth an-
nounced today.
The announcement came fol-
lowing the failure of negotiations
with the University of Pennsyl-
vania, which left a vacancy in this
year's schedule.
Meanwhile, doubt arose over the
eligibility of the Blind Institute's
players, Informed sources have
charged the Institute with pro-
fessionalism, claiming that most
of its players are American League
umpires.
In the event that negotiations
with the Institute prove unsuc-
cessful, Coach Plymouth intends
to begin arrangements to field his
team against Bryn Mawr.

BOHEMIAN BREAKFAST--Two starry-eyed couples enjoy a post J-Hop feast in the cozy Union,
taproom.

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULL
(Continued from Page 20) Barbers' Clinic: Free clinic in
barbershop practice will be held
Coming Events Thursday and Friday in the Un-
ion. Open to students and towns-
Study Club will hold open house people alike, the course will put
tomorrow for all prospective special emphasis on methods of
pledges and rushees. Bring your cutting all types of hair.
own tea.
----Tree Burning: Employes of the
Karl Marx Society: Regular University's power house will
meeting of the Karl Marx Society sponsor the annual Christmas
will be held Wednesday in Tap- Tree Burning Ceremony at 8 p.m.
pan Hall. Topic of discussion will Thursday in the boiler room. Dor-
be "Keeping Marx From Our mitory residents will be welcomed.

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Special Engineering Lecture: C.
Philip Stemmer, editor of the
Michigan Technic, will address
the Engineering Council at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday. His subject will
be "The Imperceptible Rise and
Fall of the Gargoyle."
Legislature Committee Meet-
ings:: The following sub-commit-
tees of the Student Legislature
will meet at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow
in the League:
Site Committee.
Stationery Committee.
Committee for Investigating
The Daily.
Election Fraud Committee.

Union Dance: Saturday night's
Union dance will honor the men
of Greene and Lloyd Houses. All
weapons must be checked at the
main desk.
Approved Parties: The follow-
ing partiesdhave been approved for
Friday, Feb. 13: Phi Delta Theta
(Schenley Shindig); Greene
House (Budweiser Ball); Stock-
well Hall (Pabst Prom) ; Kappa
Alpha Theta (Grape Grapple),
If you're really thirsty you
might try some of Ann Arbor's
better taverns.

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