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MICH13AX DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Managing Editor-Litz A WHT.
Business Manager-NORMAN H. HtLL.
EDITORS.
Newt Editor...........Harold Titus
Assistant .............Harry Z. Flz
Athletic Editor...Walter K. Towers
Assistant............ J. Fred Lawon
Mtusic and Drama...Earl V. Moore
Exchanges and Files... Dion S. Birney
EITORAL.
Arthur J. Abbott. Paul Leidy
NGHT EDITORS.
A. J. Wohlgemuth. Harold McGee.
Frank Pennell Edward H. Robe
Maurice Toulme
REPORTERS.
Ernest Burton. E. M. Wakefield.
John L. Cox. F. E. Shaw, Jr.
John H. Townley. Wallace Weber.
Gerald J. May. Emmett Taylor.
C. h-arold Hippler. J. Selig Yellen.
Loen Robinson Win. T. Daugherty
Robert M. Gillet,
BUSINESS STAPP
C. A Bowman. A. R Dilley.
Hyer Rubin. Kenneth Osborn.
H. Ray Johnson. Elmer P. Grierson.
C. I. Kleinstuck. Joseph N. Fouchard.
Address: MCHtGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Office I-ours : Managing Editor, I- p.
in. and It o-st :3o p. mn. Daily.
llUSincSS Manager, I-5, 7-8 P. in., x
cept Sunday. Both 'phones 9o.
TulofDAY, MAY 's23, t91.
Nightl Edior-FDWARD 11. Roos.
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
:iia 23.-1 lnstrated lecture by Richard
M1ie s. Wet physics lecture room.
Sublje c: Somes elemnets which enter
intolithe onsriucton of aii autmo-
l111 27.--Snior cngineers banquet in
May 27--"Sophosmorec Day" at Whit-
moe L /ake.
PITtT A KAPA
Th'i/s lscssiions of thcumerit of Phi
Betaiapa/and05( of thc widomi of the
nuni iwho che to refuse membership
maiy sem tedious, sd, in a large mes-
ure, wo rithls. To us they seems other-
E'veryoe conversant wills the sita-
tin since the instalations of the /rater-
iy t Michigani knows that there have'
ben somwhaet squestionable istaices of
the elction of faculty men, alumni and
stdn s;undthat ilcertaini policies e-
tabisletlhere whici do snot prevail at
ir universities ae fairly open to
crtcm. No smatte what air of pri-
vcy le msemsbrs iay attach to their
cnduct of the businssess of the organis-
zaioini its nature it is at least semii-
pibi, and in its very object and its pre-
/tesin is/festieiway' to scrutiny Ilha
ino always tleasat for ihe srutini-
''Ike vitue in the situatioso ies
in the fact tat out of this ds-
'11e5 in there smay grow a better us-
dersanding of the virues ad the lin-
iationis of the order; ad perhaps we
nay ixtpect certaiss of the deficiecieis
wisc/i hive come under the white light
mfnpuliciy" to be eiiniated. That re-
ma in eseen.

{ /VI7IC:NOR OSIIORN IIOPES
''lADDR~iESS S. L. A. SOON.
O/n accounst of Governtor Osborn being
dletaiiiedli Washtington on business, ar-
rsi-entsolefr tots coming to speak
becfore tic S. IL. A. have not been rum-
IcetA letter was received from the
g o\ :iii r yesterday, however, and be
lioliis outlIstronig hopes for a lecture' in
liii Arbor before i/le end of the sentes--
i/er.,

PHI1 BETA KAPPA UP AGAIN
Correspondent Makes Cutting Reply
to Letter Published Sunday
"Edior Michigan sDily:-
"It is with nit iesire it rl/ng a sb
ject thatl seserves at lasi a sligtivaca-
tion, lut rater Itoforesall apsil
false iterpretatiioin, that I tis/i ii snkie
a fesw'commints n te cosnuitssiii
iromt the "Niine-tenthus," awhiiheyiu / i
isliest iniyour Sisdatis uevi.
"The commuicationiiin qeti onis ,
immesse imporance. Nt, hiiiweer, as
a weighty argumnst iagaiinsl ilct
Kappa, ut raller as a ciarctelr s/is/s.
of the irresptoisile lypeiof iiidll'
uho itust, not frisity on towia r oil-
oard circumstaitce, builfromis oin in-
hereiit qualities leloglto tie-"stibmnr-
cit--the sinsuccessfuistelemeoifsciety.c/c
It is the idiiviual, wo thruIiis l=n
unireliable nature, fails toIiveIicupi to th
requiremnts of the pton lhe is rs / -s
to fil-whthier thoieseqirementsii/lw
thesis ant class-roosim attendaniic, o
whether ty le piii lisi}I-iiinar/ivig
at wovirk or ini keeinig blinness atpi/i'Ii
uents-who siks l /ine re c-a s-ca i /
tte iusuccessful.
"Unable to recoignize tiha/Ihe fli
lies wh~tin himslf, I/eindil/idu/al i /
this typte rants agiisi sielyifor h
ing set sp i/le reelurmiienis. I1,in
fia/es thrueihis oni islai/ily Ii c i/ri^
agout towarid which heias o rksin/g, Ie
lacks i/e srenigthlof prosetI/ipir
sisesice of effort to kepoin thefiel
of endeavor whlich tili sts ens, iid
altosws oiesdisapointmeiiutii chIgeliis i
whole life acivity. I. is nedless in sd
that the same stattis thaimrelhis
fis/sre in te firs isainceti/l ma/r
Iis failure ii the secindl.I eds nn
stissyofthi/e Collssl/eticno i istars
undiser which he wstoiSiirito preiti:l
future.
"It is just this type f iiii il--ith/1
irresposible iilviidiusl whola sc.
sresigithof Iturpoe, lihe idieiuls hoi
sloies andis5forve r dhithein/i-
vidultwhosi/sf-s frimsis ciiin ie iof/at//si
to aioither whiio som-findii, firsin th
great nass of uil~' ioiyed, mnd /lateri m
our almsouoises or ouir lrisns. Iis/
pauper msaerial spesakinguils-I ti/s
sissrked to le oe of teisuiieriidcr nei/i-
tesnths.' It is caracteristic ofi/hi/icu
ter-to-toe that is 'wo rk is less ceitale
after hitsfirt failere. It is le crimnalii
in the mating wots sesrts, ;Itvisn /ail
ed, asd avisg seeii the fuisluitof sany
attempt io retair ihi'idaimage I havie.s
en tsli toote I nosw sek a sdegrie (a li/s
/ing a hat-not) btoay meaintisa t ban,
They are smasy. I shaltbuttdeine.'
"Because some tieole cininotitai
high seals ho schoarshitop; iis ies.or
it society-andfl iahg ii ttose ileail-
becomse sef-admiitelaa ri f ithe
great siubm~erged,' is iii reason si/iswi
should reitove those ieals To doim
woul weakeni ihe carcter f ali.I
seemssalmost unuecess. re Itossy agi
that/1 s nt so nuchethle asts-lssittain
mnst iithtcounst, ate Ilit'ci/iici/ aid
brave sirv/ig to attai. Rtheiir ithai
rentove ideas insst we sisiy Ito rs-uuiii
or remedy the defects i te car/cers
of our weaker ctasses, wheter i/ose
defects e due to our systemt of eduic-
ion or any other of the equally i/irt-
ant iatornestering iito the itsvslip-
miest of te isdividal. This, I beli.e,
is ini keeping with the pluiosohy of siur
presest day.
"Yours,
"AN OnSPRi"iil.

Id/WVlt 150ORS Oit5LI It RY
ARK;lUNDE1RGOING REPIRI S.
I/he isa/Is Itfeiuig ads l in-/i ofi
i/ic iiiwo iw r sris f the losses sitc/s
're iiiiiergi-n i/u 'ciioplteicrn ti-u on.iisi
/Alliiiboo /s iav itbeeniremic/i/sb ris//i isi'i
portin /F he isl i s w i/ceh i'si he i /
Si 'th wsrireseisvl in// ie onIi tI/i/
upe floors.el, i/si/sto sircsi//s s '
dific /i' ii'iicca sinedbii te's' iii g
thr andtnefloring thbfas/ i ll b ii 'i
cm .c i ith a i sr si/Icolor i 's'ssr'ii'st
toni ttl i i nconvens' 't. i/isnc i t /i/esrc
ernc,"si Iha ian l/ch/isteriii'
uprsals a dits ofsuten cs's' iil i
proc i I /ii~rtrgns, ut i/s ytn thl
has I ii i's/// lii tow r ico stci/ n
I/ Is' rcti's a m/ re' Xi ENI rl;
deavr to perfct cnrmii ti sI is//i
so n is p s i le'. fi i/s i s'' i
th e tec naltot he s Ii siliiii
L /isslra iicor s( isis/os'sa go
liit' T stiisiiereIforever;
Jto i reecnied afreschnei
sil hpeofsl ,pevo ea
DGilbert111; A'Tsi)
JohN Nsto ?Rn'sINQ'F'
)MCivandsvrm idthr'sm
T isofte nceri fartt's(rc
Dhicg asESture i to ain abtn

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