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News ................. Lee A White
\tttletics........... Wilbur D. Elliott
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If changes............ M. B. McHugh
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SUNDAY, JANUARY , 191.
Eitore Tody-FusRANK Rowmt..
\V'iI. ii iii. : Sow flurries, rising ter-
Joan. 10-Junior Lit smoker, Michigan
Jan. 1c--h. Cmile IEnlart, Cercle
Jan. 13-Varsity Bad dae, Barbour
Ja 1-S/oior liitoate and luncheon,
Ja. I -1 Sl iiietltigton Booth, S. L.
A. i iete.
Jan. 21-Te Instpector," Comedy Clh
11a, New Whitney.
Jon. 28--Seotas ittoeManus, S. L. A.
Jel. 28--Fresh CEgiier dane, Bar-
ITr o c th be antimipotanf meetg
of TiEeMItCHIGtioNDAILY staff is the
offics"t1 2 :45 Monday. Every mem-
her iexpeced to be present.
Prsfessor Craig, instructor in Semitic
laesguages, haso eme to us with the sg-
gesiin that he sttdents organie to
comel ocl biter shops to screen from
tulec gae customers while in the op.
ertinge ctairsIlie fails to understand
how 1ny sef-respetiug man will enter
asheop, rmovee his coat, collar and tie,
and, insucli destabille, stretch himself
otin fiuhlt iew of passers-by and in
suchl posuce permit the artist to admin-
ister suds, shve, hair-ct, massage,
shi'ampo1o, conl, or any other hirsuite
outpu itoc the slicitosus offering of which
te iniffterenit my succumb. And the
comlat itanI is not advertising aiy sort
of 113tyrazor. Hie is seriots in his o-
jecioins a1n11 the objections are soffi-
c Iwyc i iS/lty to merit discussion if
T1onsoiale shops are admittedly a great
(0l~ii l1(, if not Ott absolute necessity.
A large proportiorn of the bathers' cus-
turners could do tlheir user trirmmng, hbut
there are a certains numnter for whom a
graduated specialist is itecessary. Thlese
latter persons make the shop a necessity,
while the continued patronage of the
former indicates its eonveniertce. 'This
settled, the question is resolced inlto the
manner of conducting the plaee.
Are screens which would slhut out the
street view advisable? Wie tthinkt lit.
Light is a fandamental elemenlt inl every
shop. A screen that would shut out thle
view mast obviorrsly also shst osltigtl,
and tis we think is a coneclusive argu-
ment against its adoption. It rmay be
urged that the work goes on at nsightl.
without any daylight. 'True, hut the
work is nut so satisfactosrily done, nor is
it so easily donre at night as in the day.
As yet no artificial light carn adequately
replace the sunlighb.
There is anothler reasonr fur stupport-
ing the present systenm. At a co-edurca-
tional institution but few prisileges are
reserved for boys exclusively. That of
the barber shop is orte of thlem. Girls
may share in mass meetirngs, in lunclh-
ing at the Baltimore, in securing tellues,
-they have seemed likely to entcroaou 1
every single aventre of mole eneaevor.
Now that there is orte phrase of college
life into which they carnnot enter is it toll
overhearing to flaunt its possibilities he-
fore the public-before the girls thlem-
Delilah had eause to screent 11r sitop
as she sheared Samnt of his lcs. WIe
can see ino satisfactory reason wily Moe
or "Trojy" should cover up hits work.
KOANZALAND MUSIC HIAS
MORE USGS TITAN ONE
Koanualanrd is surely cornirng ttre.
From now on until after the examlina-
lions in Febrruary, the "Bluebook A\Ian"
will haunt the dreams of msany a restless
student slumberer. True, it is truss
time to grind and cramr. Also tire
"Hamburger Man' will he pressed into
service more than lire has been of lalte.
It is rumored that the proprietor of tile
original hamburger shop on Stale street
is planninsg to re-furrtishl Iis wehole placej
fruin the extra proceeds realizedl fromll
these long nights preparatory to exam~-
tinations. Sotne big nights are aheadl
for Anton, the hramburger marn.
Another Koanzaland expressiott sill
probably be ursed frequrertly unltil tilt
heavy grind is over. This is "I MKight."
St has already been hteard itn an~swer to
the qtuestion "Will yost pass the courrse?
anrd will no doubt be heard oftenler frotm
now on weithr the added, "might, mighlt,
might, night nut."
The first year lutes will be cross-ex-
anrined- at set periods, beginntirtg Janulary
29, anrd lasting until February 8. Thle
second year men will be forced to unlder-
go the same treatment from te last doy
in January until February 9. ThetehIirdl
year class will he kept busy froml Janl-
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