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IAN DAILY
at the, University

Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year.
Entered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan, under Act of Con-
gress of March 3, 1879.
HANAGING EDITOR.
/ Walter K. Towers.
BUSINESS MANAGER
Albert I. Dilley
BUSINESS STAFF.
Assistant to Mgr. ..Joseph Fouchard
Advertising Mgr ....Elmer P. Grierson
Circulation Mgr.....E. Ray Johnson
Asst. Adv. Mgr.....A. R. Johnson, Jr.
Edgar L. Jaffa ...... W. 'l. Hollanda
W. J. Wetterau. J. I. Lippincott
Emerson Smith
News Editor ........Harry Z. Fols
Assistant............Frank Pennell
Athletic Editor......Karl Matthews
Assistant...........G. Q. Eldredge
Music and Drama .... Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Files ................Emmett Taylor,

in order that humanity may have
something to work for If those who are
in the lower classes did not have it con-
stantly held before them that they
may some day be branded members of
Class "C," instead of Class "D," there
would be a lack of ambition and things
would be so dull that everyone would
commit suicide for a dearth of things
worth working for.
Consequently, we are glad that
there is at least one organization on
the campus which is working for ends
that we can sanction. The tradition
ef oxclusiveness that is being fostered
by the Michigan chapter of Phi Beta
Kappa is, from our point of view,
highly commendable.
True, they have been unkind enough
to exclude us from their midst but
we cannot let that lessen the pride
with which we view the magnificent
work they are doing for humanity.
Last year Ambassador Bryce and this
year Professor Shelling were invited
to speak at the annual banquet of the
society. It would have been possible
to have let the hoi polloi in. to hear
the speeches made by these men but
the society very properly refused to
do so.

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Night Editors.
daurice Toulme Mack Ryan
Wallace Weber 0. Harold Hippler
I. Beach Carpenter Robert Gillett
Reporters.
ohn Townley Morris Houser
. Selig Yellen Fred B. Foulk
lal C. Tallmadge J. V. Sweeney
dorris Milligan Leonard M. Rieser
dorton R. Hunter Russell H..Neilson
hester J. Morse David.D. Hunting
rank Murphy Mark F. Finley
Want Ad Stations
'ress Building; Quarry's Pharmacy;
The University Pharmacy, 1219 S.
University; Van Doren's Pharmacy,
on Packard Street; The Brown Drug
Store, Main Street. Leave ads at
these stations before 8:30 p. m. for

It is absurd to think in the first
place that such speeches could be ap-
preciated by those who are not mem-
bers of the organization and, in the
second place, it would not show a fit-
ting approval of the work of those
who had not succeeded in being elect-
ed if the others were allowed to hear
the same speeches. It is well that
once in a while the brainless be re-
buked for their lack of brains, lest
they forget it and become overbear-
ing. It is well that those who have
toiled for four years should be allow-
ed the privilege of hearing someone
whom nobody else can hear, other-
wise they might think that their work
has not been worth while. We are
glad that once a year the University
of Michigan can offer to its undergrad-
uates an example like this, of the
best machinery that modern civiliza-
tion has been able to produce for
turning students into men and women
who really count for something in the
world.
The democratic aims and unselfish-
ness of Phi Beta Kappa are certainly
worthy of commendation. Hats!

pleo

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%oor Press Building,
d Street.
Managing Editor,
11:30 p. m.; Bus-
er, 1-5 p. i...
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FRIDAY, JUNE 10,1912.
Night Editor-Norris A. Milligan.

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Democracy."
in a while the campus
spasms of acute de-

is

mocracy. The sporting editor of The
Michigan Daily takes the trouble to
stop for a chat with the man who
cares for the' tennis courts on
Ferry field; the maidens from
our most exclusive sorority al-
low their toes to be trod
upon at Granger's by other maidens
whose slippers are not quite so dain-
ty; the baseball team consents to
play games with Alma and Western
Reserve and the professors even lec-
ture indiscriminately to all students
alike.
Such manifestations seem essential-
ly to be deplored. Class distinction
is something that must be preserved

Miss Vida Francis, of Philadelphia,
general secretary of the National Col-
legiate Alumnae Association, is in the
city to arrange for the program of the
National Collegiate Alumnae Conven-
tion to be held in Ann Arbor, Novem-
ber 12-15.
Pres. Burton, of Smith, Pres. Gulli-
ver of Rockford, and Pres. Thomas of
Bryn Mawr, have already been secur-
ed as speakers. It is probable that
Pres. Vincent of Minnesota and Pres.
Wolley of Mount Holyoke will also
give addresses at the convention. Miss
Francis is the guest of Mrs. W. D.
Henderson, of the local association.
S. C. A. Members Will Go to Detroit,
A delegation of student members of
the S. C. A. will go to Detroit tomor-
row where they will visit the Y. M. C.
A. building. The secretary of the as-
sociation of that city, will conduct the
boys through the building and after-
wards will give a talk on the work of
the Young Men's Christian Associa-
tion as it is conducted in Detroit.

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