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[GAN DAILY.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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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 inder Act of Congress of March 3,
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Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scription price: by carrier, $a.5o; by mail,
$3.oo. Want Ad Stations: PressrBuilding;
Quarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
H. Davis, Car. Packard and State.
Telephones 96o and 2414.
Maurice Toulme..........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson............Business Manager
H. Beach Carpenter............News Editor
Fred Foulk..............Assistant to Editor
F. M. Church................Sports Editor
Leonard Rieser........Intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tannahill.........Music andaraa
Harold Abbott .................. Cartoonist
Lillian Thomson............Women's Editor
EDITORIALS
Harold Hippler Paul Blanshard
Marshall Foote Lester Rosenbaum
Louis David.
NIGHT EDITORS
Leo Burnett Chester Lang
Henry Rummel Jabin Hsu
F. F. McKinney Walter Nye
On Sport Staff
Carlton Jenks Bernus Kline
T. Hawley Tapping Bruce Miles1
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field Harry Johnson
John S. Leonard F. G-. Millard
REPORTERS
P. F. Thompson J. M. Barrett
C. A. Swainson D. R. Ballentine
R. S. Collins Leon Greenebaum
C. L. Kendrick W. A. P. john
E. C. Roth H. R. Marsh
C. L. Muller J. F. Jordan
Donald Sarbaugh D. A. Wallace
Willis Goodenow
BUSINESS STAFF
W. R. Carpenter R. J. Hofmann
W. B. Chase R. V. Leffler
A. H. Torrey R. G. Sheldon
Myron Watkins
SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1914.
Night Editor-Y. F. Jabin Hsu.
THE FRATERNITIES.
Let us have a word about the "big
eight," the Palladium fraternities.
In the first place, we place no sig-
nificance in the organization. Mem-
bership is based on age, order of es-
tablishment at Michigan. Age creates
no aristocracy in our minds, or in the
mind of any red blooded American.
We live in the present, not in the
past. We admire an organization for
its present efficiency, its present ser-
vice to Michigan and its present ser-1
vice to its individual members.
If we are to have an aristocracy-
and it seems as though we must have
-we stand for the aristocracy of in-
dividual excellence, individual effi-
ciency, individual effort and individu-
al success.. Age might go with such
an aristocracy. Age is not the moving
feature of such an aristocracy.

A FAITH.
We have no ill will against Michi-
gan fraternities. We believe that they
have a distinct place on the campus,
that they do far more good than harm,
that they are, in the main, democratic.
A man at Michigan can or cannot be
a member of a fraternity, as he wishes
or as others wish-but he still has an
opportunity for campus activity. He
can rise or sink according to his own
ability.
The independents split even with the
fraternities in the campus honor soci-
eties. There's the germ, we tell you.
The honor societies stand for individu-
al merit on the Michigan campus. If
we were to look for the men com-
monly accepted as the men of mer-
it, we would go to the ranks of the
campus societies.
The campus societies are the or-
ganizations that have smoothed over
the ill feelings between the fraternity
man and the non-fraternity man. There
is little jealousy between them.
There's cause for none.
So long as these conditions exist, we
have no fear.
CAMPUSILES
C'est par le travail qu'on reg-
ne.-Louis XIV.
The Wail of the Funniman.
I've typewritten jokes by the million;
My pathos has moved me to tears;
I've scourged all the follies,
And kidded the dollies,
BUT--the M. E. got gay with his
shears.

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We have been told-and we thor- I've sneered at the sheep and the harp-
oughly believe-that the best frater- 1es,
nities do not make stock of their age. But M.-E. is chuck full of fears;
We have been told that the Palladium So he murders and skinches,
has no conscious. political force. We To eight measly inches;
believe this Ask far as we can judge1 Oh, the M. E. gets gay with his shears!

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the only objection that can be made
to the organization is that it divides
the fraternities, it tends to create a
social distinction.
It means nothing to those who un-
derstand.
A QUESTION?
We want to ask just one pertinent
question, of these newer fraternities.
Is it not true that the very argu-
ments that are being used by these
fraternities are arguments that could
be used with equal force by the in-
dependents or by the student who
does not believe in fraternities?
Class distinction, social aristocracy,
unnatural divisions, and so on ad ab-
surdum.
The newer fraternities complain that
the Palladium fraternities have no
right to set themselves up as a social
aristocracy."
Isn't it six of one and half a dozen
of the other?

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Discovered in The Daily, March 3rd.
Howard Earl Hoover, '12E, is spend-
ing his honeymoon with his wife in
Havana.
May we venture the modest query
with whom else than his wife would
a respectable man sped his honey-
moon!-R. P.
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Lucky or Unlucky.
Ed. (at the last moment) Will you
go to the-dance with me?
Co-ed: Yes-but what number am
I?
Ed: Thirteen.
Come, boys, a concerted lal!
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"BIG DIPPER" WILL GO.
Astronomers Say Stars are Moving
Apart.
-Headline, Det. Journal.
Can't we keep this prohibition move-
ment off the Milky way, Smiles?-
H. R. S.

It oes equally well with the Moonlight Sonata or Rag-The Ie
selection of experts--aged hanging in the warehouse for two yeai
maturing that is seldom accorded any leaf. What happens--all I
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Votes for women!
And WhoPut the Specs on the
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Gone from Huston's, grey mackinaw
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