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THEF MICHIGAN DAILY,
Managing Edditor-Lesg A WHITE.
Business Manager-NORMAN H. HILL.
EDITORS.
News Editor........... Harold Titus
Assistant ............ Harry Z. Folz
Athtetic Editor...Watter K. Towers
Assistant............ J. Fred Lawton
Music and Drama ...Earl V. Moore
Exchanges and Files.... Dion S. Birney
EDITORIALS.
Arthur J. Abbott. Paul Leidy
NIGHT EDITORS.
A. J. Wohlgemuth. Harold McGee.
Frank Pennell Edward H. Robie
Maurice Toulme
REPORTERS.
Ernest Burton. E. M. Wakefield.
John L. Cox. F. H. Shaw, Jr.
John B. Townley. Wallace Weber.
Gerald J. May. Emmett Taylor.
C. Htarold Hippler. J. Selig Yellen.
Loren Robinson Win. T. Daugherty
Robert M. Gillett.
BUSINESS STAPP
C. A Bowman. A. R Dilley.
Myec Robin. Kennetn Osborn
E. Ray Johnson. Elmer P. Grierson.
C. HI. Kleinstuck. Joseph N. Fouchard.
Address : MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Office Boors: Managing Editor, I-2 p.
m. and i i too-sti :3o p. m. Daily.
Business Manager, 1-5, 7-8 p. in., Ex-
cept Sunday. Both 'phones 96io.

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" fk Msi 1413AN DAIL Y
fIBTOIPLO IBR lflOC'll aiIiCt
PE 1.ACE MEN S),YS ! lt,;NI\\S.
The D.eroii News ii an edioral yes
terdaa discusses he erts of t trck
ieani and states ithaiirtheitgraltiiati.ts
that are leiigilen it are warraned.
"The Unieversiy of %:i allfitrcl:
leans and is coach, lDr. Aivin Krixtnl-
leii, deserve all he cngraiulats lhat
are being showered uonal tro for thircl
meritorious showing i itheir laesi1Be1(1
day of the Easern Int~erolegiate rAti
leic assciaiion," says tle News. I'hat
the results obainiied swer frn a tea.
that in midwinter, aodev ent as laite asth
early espring, gave pramisr(f 1no eseciali
brilliaocy tesiies Ia the wrt performi el
by D~r. Kraeizeii.Firter,ite oductr
(a the Michiganders n tin'trip ad
their baiog in onaoplatition wiltillh
represenaies at ali li tettet e'strnr
clleges miist ie a soreeofgratfictiont
t their iiniversit."
PENN'S W FA.V .VORSA
RADlICAL. ATH LETIC PO,1 C.
"Old Peoi," the wseeily reviwaoftheil
University of Pettisyvaiia, daterl-
a -radical readjustmenltf clig t ,ti
ies ill its last isse. A cotuilnlnc-
tion receivetl filmaallttmtniuts is tt
basin of he tileehitich sggst-, lilt
aoiiionltf all gte reeits anttipto-
fessionlal coaches litI stdents siold~ll
pay for itheOlown t ittic lttesin 1r
aiid traveliiig expnses5 is also ftvoret.
'We have long fel,"sis iteatiece
"that athletics, as Icoidtol t. tgat e.1
universities, are tdegraintio niversityc
life, antd we hav e pittedoit tha tt theit
are, ithle srict seise ote(iottdiI. le
fessioiial.
"Furthierimore, it cotititit', "heycn-
Courage the deseittmen tlotf ltg.t-
ions that tre daiigertisly excusitecanal
Sestocratic ii wiat are sppsetoltlie
tenocralicins'tituti'itons oft crt '1
WEjSTF)RN RE"SE RVE, RAISE)S
ENTRANCE RiKOc tlif M1;Nr.
Wesiternl lseet, 'ittttrillis as
iwaging a tcimpiaittittheitc ree. o
higher entraice retitirettlltt s f - hit
professitoial departmeniti.e, Titra
requirementls otthIe 'lat epeartmtientth
beena raisedl sotha lereafter nltndrtt11
will e accerptedtiy hlelats ticittI tlltI
whto has noitaeii a college cursecor
is equivaleit. AccttrtingtiItheit
alogue those who lirefteae tee ttitiittct
without examintialoitn scnidaiiits fo
thie degree of lacelor of las Imu~sItc'b
citer graduates of aproedvcilwiml ttiatts
or scieiice cttlleges, or stdeits wh111ott
ottinoed acatemicietraiing 11 iti(tt
tfis iwhichtdo nt ttgrait degrees,ts i
the casei maty ftrigt collegesbuttt
who hitve redentilas sttsotw ilgtetk
donae.
DAOWti5'CANNOT, SLAKt . s
Clareiace S. Otarotw of Cicg, ftit
ous as a defeitter tf laotr, wislnot
speak at Michigai thiis yer Thu Cicagt
atorne has beeii in Los Atngele fole
about a week titth wil 101ot oestr
till the close of solool. Wmii. Nel,
who has teen iteresed iniibritging ti.
Darrow here, staes tat ati effotetillii
be made to htve hiiitspek in utn\tttt St

l Colleg It,, tirltelit leetiV Ie, !r;t-
tor itctt, Ptitladt.ptiaisii ilinra'I'm
.l Coli c liatti ttitten by if.ieditiaw-
't itto IoctiTi. Mlila'nit foret1
li K'an-1t 1h e ,1 t h ir d l t' i g a1 1 11 tt f e r a .
state: high schoils. 1111h t- 'ill t' t itt
fil tir.
S 'tellnIwrsttenclst it f atll cad ittites
Isre ml 1t) ,, it(,11 lectIioneer titt for s ill \,1
ca s ofc s i t limteit tt tiltat. It
is ptimtdiho Iotlowitltifrlin 1the
ItSfrllelli-s.vnshlrhp idflo
till' ' )(-101Sill ile g$10110 eIll hfi ll
1rns 111 tilt'1, It ha onaiid
chpero teOlt IIiit Rhtstii at
It iii tlv i'it-. . llltt t 1 tti iti o r. Gc - l
lo 'isiworilltLabrador.

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illt 'lSDl S, JUTE t, rgut.
NightEditor--EDWARD B. RoBIm.
j-ti'I;,J1l' (TOLii '.MxiNIsf 5THOUGH~T.
It ii 1. inytbe gailtlat trenuark upon
theieltcietliesIofte swoiieiiwhintoetti
I-;somtbsis ftor i little straighit tilk
(ite asitfeniblle as, atid ti good deal
Inth lese ctoliuiits tere tuppeturedl pes-
todayrmninilg, til edtiorial urginug stu-
denito votefttr ieiillers of thie Botard
tt onro It oet f Stiideiit Piublicaions.
8tttti ee,' neair eighit huiidred crimes
Itr lieligile to vte, is the editorial and
news s 'sittr' iiiade clear. Nine voted.
Sttti this tdenite itie faiItiat thie wonr-
et tavetithed for rentewed representation
tiottthle titer, aitil ftr a futhler allot-
miettof siiace Ia their activities.
i'ron a tmiierelyr iolitical staindpoinit
such aithyit is dlecidedly wronig; from a
sitninit ottf intlerest ini the welfare of
ptiblicattins tnliich tire inearly as vital In
thll istolte iienit iiis deciedlyweak.
Ii thit nittlerltar wotmeii are graiated
t'tequ'l stittragewthtieIe ni. 'Thuepolls
wereesilya tccessible, locatedasll:tey were
illth liepent corrideyrt aof Uversity halt.
Chairs tind tables were provided for the
conveienlce of the voters. aind every
I lleet te at exteitiedthtieni. Yet bun-
thesetf uiversiitiwomen walked lay
tetitwiittiiout iiiiichias a hook of pas-
sive intierest.
55 tat excnse ite ttmeii have to offer
tie catitiot imoaginie, hut it remains that
titerythiretw assartire opportuinity that
t"is givtliIhuema.
And1 no thtle laws caoe forth, beg-
ging for Ihe simple conivensience of drinik-
tttg wtiier ini their btiiiliiig. The un-
vrsileytiffottsthshemntio relief fron'
tirset.
lit10 tti,Fcll'ines eanteAcE.
As a result tif the mieetinig of delegates
froionine Ohio college niewspapers, May
t2 hart, the Ohio Collegiate Press Asso-
clitintwat ftorioed with the following
itemibertsiip:l Ohio Weseyan Transcript,
55Ntttttter Vtoice, Kensyon Collegian, MVi-
itsi .Studetleu, Oberlina Review, Beidel-
buiigp Kilikilik, Otterbein Review, Ohio
biate Laiiter anad Case Tech. Officers
lee elecied aiad it seas decided to hold
tt mieetinigs a y'ear, at which the dif-
fereint rcepresentatives can compare sys-'
tellistaid get poiiiters for their snort.

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