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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
igan. Published every morning except Mon-
day during the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan ender Act of Congress of March 3,
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
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$3.06. Want Ad. Stations: Press Building;
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Telephones 96o and 2414.
Maurice Toulme...........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson.............Business Manager
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1914.
Night Editor-T. Hawley Tapping.
The Michigan Daily starts, this
morning, a series of articles on stu-
dent activities. Special emphasis will
be laid on the athletic side of under-
Two articles have been prepared on
intramural athletics, one by Lawrence
C. Hull, Jr., '05, a Michigan Rhodes
scholar, and well qualified to write on
athletics at Oxford. The second arti-
cle has been prepared by Floyd A.
Rowe, director of intramural athletics.
The modern tendency is not to de-
velop a few highly specialized athletes,
but rather to extend the advantages
of an athletic training and out-door
exercise to the general student body.
If Michigan is to learn anything
from the student disturbances after
the Pennsylvania games last fall, it is
that the student council-or some oth-
er organization--must provide a gen-
eral celebration. The average under-
graduate is an irresponsible being un-
der the nervous tension of signal foot-
We would not make him entirely de-
pendent upon upper-classes, but we
would have him assisted.
It is nonsense to say that Michigan
has no adequate place for celebration
purposes., Michigan has Palmer field
and Ferry field. Both could be used
to good advantage.
MUSIC AND DRAMA
Of unusual interest is the forthcom-
ing performance of "Romance" at the
Whitney theater, Friday, February 20,
Wherever Edward Sheldon's romantic
play has appeared, it has called forth
unlimited admiration. In nearly every
case,. critics have pronounced "Ro-
mance" the best work of the author.
When it is remembered that Sheldon
is responsible for "Salvation Nell" and
"The Boss," such praise is noteworthy.
As usual, Charles Dillingham has pro-
vided an excellent cast, including Ger-
trude Morrissini and Edgar Kent.
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TROY'S BEST PRODVCT
"I do not find college women so
much different now from what they
were in my day," said Miss Salmon.
"They are of the same type, with per-
haps the added distinction of having
a definite aim in life. Nowadays every
college woman has some sort of a goal
toward which she is striving, whereas
in my time, about the only thing a col-
lege bred woman could do was to go
home and be a lady. I think the finest
thing about the women of today is that
they are coming to realize their civic
responsibility; their duty to the state.
All educated women must come to
that standpoint sooner or later; my
earnest wish for them is that they may
all come to realize it as soon as pos-
Miss Salmon has written several
books on historical and political sub-
jects, is a member of the national his-
torical society, and is deeply interest-
ed in household economics. She is an
ardent suffragist, and is eager to pro-
mote the cause of women in politics.
She seemed much disappointed to
learn that no active equal suffrage
club has been established among the
women students of the university.
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At the next open meeting of the
Women's Dramatic association, on
Thursday of this week, the member-
ship of the organization will be made
up. All who wish to become members
are asked to be present, or to send
their names to Marcia Munsell, 836
Plans for a party to be given in
Barbour gymnasium next week, to
which the men of the university will
be privileged to come, are to be form-
ulated by the women's league at a
committee meeting this afternoon.
TALK ON ARCHITECTURE BY
KIMBALL OPENS ART SERIES
Sydney F. Kimball of the depart-
ment of architecture will open a series
of three lectures on ancient life and
art arranged by the Ann Arbor Art
Association with a talk on "Architec-
ture As a Living Art" at the high
school auditorium at 8:00 o'clock to-
Mr. Kimball came to Michigan from
the University of Ililnois at the be-
ginning of this year. He has made
a special study of classical architect-
ure and will illustrate his lecture with
slides drawn from upusual sources.
The lecture will be free to members
of the association but a charge of 25
cents will be made for the admission
The two remaining lectures on "Ro-
man Art" by Professors J. G. Winter
and A. R. Crittenden will be given on
the next two Tuesdays following Mr.
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