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SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1908.
NWhat fora. shall the memorials of the
prcs-li seior- classes tall? This is the
question which is now bothering several
iferect memorial commitees cal
which will soon be discussed in each of
the various class meetings. For some
years each departmental class has given
its etoral separately from all the rest.
For several years also, each of the
senior classes with the exception of the
senior laws has given this memorial the
form of a gift of furniture to the Union,
while the laws have placed the picture
of some prominent professor in the law
library. Now, we are informed, prac-
tically all of the old professors of the
department have been so honored, and
the laws are about ready to turn their
attention to other' University needs
which their memoral fund may help to
slitisfv. The time seims to be appro-
priate for thce suggestion of a, jointi
memorial from all the senior classes, so
that instead of there beig four or five
19o8 memorials, the returning alumnus
in later years may point to some tite
definite and worthy thing representative
of the classes of all departments and
say, "That is the memorial of the class
of pe8." This proposal is it line with
the tendency for which all true Michi-
gan men are working, to miinimze un-
healthy department spirit and separa-
tion and to make much of the notion
of Michigan unity. It will inake it pos-
sible to leave something more distine-
tive than any one class can hope to
leave for itself.
What such a joint memorial should
be may well be left 'for the time being A. C. A. DEMANDS
t tle committees haviig it it charge, NEW REQUIREMENTS
and suggestions to them ought to be
wlecorned. Previous classes, recogniz- Several new reqirements limiting
ing the Union %as the most worthy and membership were decided upon by the
the most representative organization of Association of Collegiate. Alumne at an
the University, have been almost cnani- executive meeting just held at Boston.
mous in making 'their memorials things The organization voted to admit grad-
thich- the Uttion-and students yet to uates from no more state universities
come might find useful. The precedent not having the following requirements:
seents a good one to follow. At all )igst, a residence hall for women; ec-
events, the committees should have end, a dean of women who is a faculty
prominently in mind the making of a member above the rank of instructog;
gift which is at present needed and and third, a woman member of the
which will be useful in the future. teaching faculty above the rank of in-
One thing further should be said. structor.
There has sometimes been objection to This does not effect the University
the making of the senior literary merin- of Michigan, or any other university
orial a gift to the Union, because half already in the association, but it is
of the contributors to the memorial in thought by Dean Jordan and other
that department are women who can in prominent members of the association,
no conceivable way derive any advan- that this decisive step on the part of
tage from a memorial placed in a build- so powerful an organization will have
ing which is for the exclusive use' of much influence in the matter of resi-
the men. This objection is certainly dence halls and university teaching posi-
valid. We do not favor any such action tions for women.
in defiance of the women's wishes as
was taken by the class of 1907. The lits NINETEEN LINEMEN
have- a special problem which cannot DRAW CAPTAINCIES
be solved as that of the men's profes
sional departments is solved by a pro From the following list of thirty-four
posal of uniting the funds. If the other football captains whose names and posi-
classes can unite on a general mem- tions The Daily has been able to secure
orial .to which the women of the literary a noticeable feature is the fact that six
'lepartment will be willing to contrib- of them are centers and seven tackles.
utc, well and good. But if, as last Nineteen are on -the line. Fifteen are
year, they object to a gift to a mere from the backfield, six of whom occupy
titan's project, in all justice we would the position of fullback and six halfback.
favor an adjustment or possibly a div- Only one of the thirty-four plays guard,
iuin of the ineorial funds which will and that is Burr, of Harvard. Follow-
give them due recognition. ing are the captains and their positions:
Agricultural College of New Mexico
Tt sTEtRNAL itMiNiNE. -Fraker, center.
We feel for those Columbia debaters Bowtoin- Cummins tackl
who have thrust upon them the task of Brown-M-hew, halfback.
meetiig in debate a Cornell co-ed. De- Bucknell--0sBrieniktackli
bating is too uncertain a sport anyway Carlisle-Wasek, tackle
to ake ma" bets upon, atd if you Chicagost effen, qatrer
throw the persuasive power of a fem- Colgate-W elan, halfback.
inine Webster into the scales, you in- Con1rtmll- ldeer fullack d
crease the uncertainty a hundred per DarmiCothlKlegnnedi k left etd.
cent. The average judge is but human orgaton-College- , iteptrik, tackle.
after all, and is readly susceptible to the teoretownM ullr, g rl.
wiles which the weaker sex know too Iarvard-Bir, guard
well Iow to exert. The average debater holy Cross-Triggs, end
is also only human, and finds it just utia-Kirkhalfback
as difficult as any other man to solve Lafayette-Chalmers, fullback
the processes of wonan's mind or to Michigan-Schulz, center.
answerlieargumnets. We back tIe Minnesota-Dunn, fullback.
Cornell te a gtomt in New York University-Young, half-
North Carolina-Thomas, end.
DANCING INDEPENDENTS Notre Dame-Miller, fullback.
WILL BE.STRONG AT HOP Oberlin-Hauser, fullback.
- Penn State-McCleary, halfbck.
ndependentsexpt to make agd Pennsylvania-Hollenback, fullback.
lmceprdemtc xpet t uske t ~Otl Philhips-Exeter-Thomas, tackle.
showing at ther Junior Hop this year Pin ete- To astar.
and Representative Brenton states that Princeton-Dillon, quarter.
a large number will turn out the imghtquaacle .
of the big dance. Nearly twenty men Sracuse-H art, ta back>
were present at the meeting last night.
The contract for the decoration of the Virgiia-Gloti, center.
independent booth has been signed and Westlyan-Hammond, tackfe.
the decoration, it is stated, will consist-c
. . WVilliams-Morse, cemiter.
of dark Turkish hangings harmonmg V P -Johnson, center.
with the uission furmiture which willV - J c
line the walls. V. M. 1-Poague, rust
- f'he men are working hard it pre-
paration for the great social eventand iear the Jubilee Sigers at Congre-
are holding frequent meetings. All who gational church tonight.
desire to go to the Hop should see Mr.
Brenton at once. Another meeting will Maude Miller Bissell-Voice Placing.
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