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ANN ARBOR, IMICHIGAN, 'Ii ISi)\\, JAN.\Y 10111. No. 73.

Vol XXI.

Private Appointment Principle
Disliked by Members of
There seems to e a eal plossiility
that the matter of the selection of stt-
dent tmeners of the Boarti in Control
of Athletics will e hrough efoe the
Athletic asociation wh en i t mees on
Saurday. Tie agitation which was e-
gnn with tiecotmttutication ill Wednes-
da's isste of te HAlts, was followed
hy a general discussiot aouit the can-
ptus cltritg the (ay.
Aceptitg the statetmets of te com-
tmtnicationt as5facts, te geerll opinio
seetneidti e that, ott pritciple the
method b hsich the stttetnt entlers
ss're selected was imrollper. There
semtn o douth as tt the hoests' of tts
motives hat atated te actiol but it is
felt that the stdent tembers sould e
as tly representative of tie stdett
ody as ipossile. That a direct eleciol
of tie represetatives by the assocato
woutld est accomlpishl this seetts to e
thte general settimntt. Te aility atod
integrity 1)f the iresentnemttbers of lilt
-ioartd is lttquestinledl; tt the feeling
is tapparent tat te estalisttnent of1
stcta precetettis tdttgertts antata
te printcitle f Idirect rpresetatio
shttltlIe manitaited.
'I prefer tot tat make aty satemet
at tis tre,' said Director artett
twhen askedl cntlcertig his attitude
"Persontally, it nakes nolt te sligtes
differenlce to teoss te tett are se
lected. The qestiotingtf te'le thttt
tf selectitot cane 1s a cmltee srplris
tot me. The sttttenttlmnemb~ers of th
boardi hare alwastys beell ctose t hetl
directors inl the past 1ad they wco(
picked tat nay tis timle a1s a Imatte
of clurse. I will ilvetigtete fact
and111so1 le iIinllpsitnto11(111 ian acl
clrate statement later.
David Alerdice will preside at Sat
urday's meetig of te assocatinli-
stead of RaymlodDykem~a twhoIis 1un1
able to serve. Maerice Myvters swill tae
Gordoll Sice's pla(c tolltie elecinI
A secial meeting of te Edncatiola
cluh is called for Friday evetig, Jal
ary 13, at seven o'clock ill roomoq
Tappan hal. 'The atractionl is tI e at
atdress y Mr. W. 11. French of Las
igMchigan on11te topic, "1lig
School Agriculture."
Mr. Frenclt in a memer of the M. A
C. Faculty, beig at te head of tie De
Iarmnt of Agrictullral Eucaiot'
This address will e of special vaie I.
all students wo are interested 'ill an
phase of higlshool work. The 'Edo
cational clu also extents a cordial in
itation to the general student ody.
Olive Vail's role in Wm. A. Singer'
revue at the New Whitney theatre o
Saturday matinee atd night, Janar
14, "Miss Noody front Starland," wil
e that of a Miss Noody of the chors
who makes people believe that she i
really a very important little perso
when away fromn the footligtfs. Sti
tan eauty a1111 a manner that conpe
all the men to fall in love with het

The play is excellently mounted an(
gorgeously costumed with 4 chorus o
pretty girls.

MAallttcriltt for tile n'lt Junio
girls'l lly, Il totbeipesen((t'llnet 1semte'-
ter, tlast ite illtilt'posse'ssion(1of1 \I vs.
Jordanlbyill' 111101evenc~inlg. Severa
lave alreadiy ilentsubilttedi illspitie of
thle fessteiays tf gracesil' eaii
ttf thte clttssat''re teeted I ttt av lilt
'lieycomm11 ittee (lih ilSl gridertie
nork is compolltsediIf: IProf. T.I. 11 Ian
erett, a11111 cile'Stowte maeIpll h
comitte llch11111ilsyer'.po
F. S. Upham of Columbus Made Dean
at Imperial University
Ilelt Itt s'hltt i ltia II lI- l' I kS .l
ilpatsl (I f ctg t'l' i,riti fle ihi
gniveaildat pesntlo. it'll ithth
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1100g1evt ofsrivelad il iIes atte II\ttI 11i-
Ic (sikthe 'Oriittha('('1111 ofth
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of ae'acdlles aIfulted' foitttt\ liig a:
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Confiscation Order Vigorously
Denounced as Unwarranted
and Deplorable
itorI ofItill, Islvrl
Ii si toI Iolfer sm~te suggrstions1 1(1
tillrnng the llaill'Ilof toues by
cciigtheiation1111s Iof tie sef-su-
por'tinlg stitlt inll egite koltw nothing
im i i id (s Iof stdent(ts, largely
ofstdnt er aeno erig te
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((Itfod nd wo dein(Ig I'll, if byt
such 1c(n1l i ll Ie Iiwill tl t initst
tile yea1r. ThtIifty 1111tls teprice of
a1 toqueI, 55oli tuy (illtwt g~odmeas
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frolc tadition1 or cu Isom~l.
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1111hing 1msrl loyafel till/e l. of thaber
any tne 'hotneesttie i wortki
s 'll hard itis ev alegenyth t Iester,
and ttlIleei itorsge tg ifcltierSn
in town ani'ntichi wors11111hasittre tatt
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spit g ofsi co t llge tloyaltyI( ha te see -
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more.il ltfl t lisecotlege, t he spbev,
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((It ll ito irti sasoodrtigi t he.Sth
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une1xp 1ctliiti townl T ~~is ito w arnt
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Professor Allbtet A. Stmnk, ithIs b itt eil isaeMaeiIrasin
hlonored lay beittg re-eleetedto ttte tres i vn ).es MksIraso
dency of thte Americant sectiont 'f th1 Varsity Team ils
11011 is 10 futeiterest in tt1tes Sof t e ittitydbtintg tils, ti .it h 'll spce12
tttsical researcht . \lttsic'ittts antttisehl Io I t i "to h.heIl
iteredl amlontg til e mClbe'rs.tl . 01-1t i rr '))l it itms. C'l r- 151 t
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oecitletlat tistisml whe1 the nt h11111,Iis I)flilt No tittssterniteam.1 1111e
last year its tVlictega, ite was(5tite oitnly1 ifntingt"Sfturter htppe'ns, thev 1,5,1 Itis1
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fore the Society. bletdththakwlliiieit el(1111yitt I ti
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subject of tt lecte I RIt tesol, i he W1 iit t ll (I hltitun o til dc~t' i'1.1, 1an1dIthe
trttck eonomlsics expere tof te Sa(1110whitt istillyiIto eks atoy, bit tt 111111ap
lFe railroatd, befort' Ilrtf.Xti Ias' laIss 1hope notIto iltse 010(1 illany((ItsC.
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