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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Offieial Newspaper at the University
of Michigan.
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.
MANAGING EDITOR.
Walter K. Towers.
USIIJiNESS MANAGER
Albert R. Dlley
SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1912.
Night Editor-Morton R. Hunter.
Fresh Fresh!
The accustomed and appropriate
scenic settings of a prep school or
college of the small bore type are nu-
merals painted large upon the land-
scape by the daring who venture out
after the curfew. Yet even in the
places ruled by childishness and little
minds the historic monuments are us-
ually sacred. That our buildings and
walks should be besmeared at a time
when the university is entertaining1
many guests is bad enough. That the
historic rock on the northwest corner
of the campus should be desecrated is
unspeakable. Even in the days of
posters the campus was held invio-
late by unquestioned custom.
We have before us the results of
protecting freshmen from the neces-
sary repression that naturally comes
from the class that has gone before.
The question now has arrived, what
are we going to do about it? The fac-
ulty must now appreciate the necessi-
ty of removing the natural freshness
from the newcomers or allow the stu-
dents to do it by natural processes.
As a student matter this outrage
would seem to be up to the Council.
The freshmen classes should be, re-
quired to, remove every vestige of
paint from the campus. The Council
should have authority to require this
and every friend of order and govern-
ment will support them in the exer-
cise of such an authority.
Straw ats in Truth.
Those boasting the possession of
fashionable instincts will have the
opportunity, today, to display them by
resuming their straw hats.
This chance is not an opportunity
merely; it partakes of the nature of a
duty as well, namely to, maintain the.
reputation accorded the collegian, by
people generally, as the exemplifica-
tion of what's what in many styles.
Lest any one make light of this con-
fidence reposed, let him consider the
recognition thereof accorded by the
greatest clothing houses in the coun-
try, It would never do to allow the
impression to go abroad that men of
Michigan are back numbers in this
respect. e
There is, however, little danger on
this score. It is safe to say that Mich-
igan is usually on the band wagon,
and in fact, more frequently than not,
as some one last year aptly phrased
it, likely to start the show before the
overture is finished.
At any rate this particular custom
is both characteristic, timely, and
weather permitting, sane. So resur-
rect that hat; don't coop it up in thea
closet any longer. It wants to get
out.

to second and then to third and scor-
ed on Mitchell's double. Just for good
measure they made it one more in the
eighth. Weber singled and swiped
second. He went to third on an in-
field out and scored when Bachman
threw wild.
Smith was what the story writers
call invincible for the first seven in-
nings and had only allowed one hit.
In the eighth his smile came so strong
it spoiled his view of the plate and
two hits and a pilfered sack sent a
solitary and rather lonely looking run-
ner across the pan.
31. A. C. Here Today.
M. A. C. is here today for the sec-
ond of the series which will start di-
rectly after the track meet. Corbin or
Baribeau will probably do the twist-
ing and Duncanson will probably be
in shape to perform. Holders of sea-
son tickets are admittted to the ball
game on them and may take in the
track meet in addition by parting with
another quarter.
The statistics on Smith's perform-
ance are:
West Virginia.

Plb~tinum Portrmits

When

WEST VIRVINIA BEWILDERED
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Time's flying.

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Visiting
We have just received samples
Styles. Quality, and Price

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achman lb ....... 4 0 0 8 0 3
ively ss .......... 4 0 1 0 1 0
ogges rf ......... 3 0 0 2 0 0
ays c...........3 1 1 8 0 0
tratton p......... 2 0 0 1 4 0
Totals...........31 1 3 24 9 4

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Totals.........314 727 8 2
West Virginia. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-1
Michigan ...... 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 *-4
Summary-Two base hits-Lavans,
Mitchell; struck out-by Stratton 7, by
Smith 11; base on balls-off Stratton
4, off Smith 1; stolen bases-Casto,
McMinn, Hays, Bell 3, Mitchell 2,
Blackmore, Weber; passed ball-
Hays; wild pitches-Stratton 2; hit by
pitcher --McMinn; umpire-Pattison,
M. A, C.; time-1:50,
WESTERNERS USE ROUGIH TACTIC
Tar and Feather Ben Reitman, Emma
Goldman's Manager.
Dr. Ben Reitman, manager for Em-
ma Goldman, the fiery little anarchist,
was treated to a coat of tar and feath-
ers the other day by a group of en-
raged citizens of San Diego, Cal.,
where the two had arrived to arrange
for a lecture. Miss Goldman was per-
mitted to leave the city unmolested.
Miss Goldman and Dr. Reitman are
well known in Ann Arbor, the for-
mer having spoken here annually for
several years past. Last year Reitman
was put out of the law building for
distributing notices of her addresses.

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Dont forget that you
can get the best
Sodas and
Sundaes
at
VanDoren's Pharmacy

Detroit United Lines
On information to Division Superin-
tendent Allen, Ypsilanti, of the Detroit
United Lines, by officers of Varsity or-
organizations, the movement, beyond the
capacity of the regular service, of any
group of students to or from Ann Ar-
bor, extra cars and extra service will be{
promptly supplied. '

CHIROPODY Corns, bui"ons,"ingrowing Mrs
~ninuruuinails, treated and curedJ
Bverything absolutely an- ErPF
tiseptic. Office hours.9-12 a.m. 1-5 and 7-8p m lair Qo
MISS. E. J. FOLEY
921 E. Huron Street, End North 12th Rain
2 Blocks East of High School - Phone 989 1110 $01

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