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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
Tgan. Published every morning except Man-
4ay during the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan under Act of Congress of March 3,
1879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
scription price: by carrier, $2so; by mail,
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: Press Building;
Quarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
H. Davis, Cor. Packard and State.
Telephones 960 and 2414.
Maurice Toulme...Managing Editor
Adna Johnson ........ Business Manager
H. Beach Carpenter........ .. News Editor

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Golf Balls are much cheaper than
last year. You can buy Bals now
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OUR LINE IS COMPLETE
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Fred Foulk ............Assistant to Editor from $1.50 up. Look for the pur-
F. M. Church..............Sports Editor ple band across the neck of every
Leonard Rieser ........Intercollegiate Editor shirt; it's the mark of
.Music and Drama Robert Tannahill TROY'S BEST PRODUCT
Glenn MunnEARL & WILSON
Harold Abbott ...... ......CartoonistEAL&W SO
Lillian Thomson.......... .Women's Editor Makers of RED-MAN Collars
TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1914.
Night Editor-T. Hawley Tapping. ward, trade votes and committeeships,
he will not be a "peanut" politician.
fait shal wold lves The present condition of affairs is
AMBITION. nothperfect, by any means. We are
He who has charity, ambition and better off than we were under the old
faith shall succeed. The world loves ksystem, and we believe that the present
such a man; makes a hero of him. system can be perfected. The senior
Nothing is quite so pitiful as a cruel, lits have done it and the rest of the
bigoted ambition, unaccompanied by campus can do it.
sympathy and conviction. Such a man Let us look to the future. Let us

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In the Maize and Blue Box
Varsity Bitter Sweets, 60 Cents
In the White Box
. Milk Chocolates, 60 Cents The d ox
Them in Our OwnjClean Candy Shop. They're simply Delicious.

is a failure. He is feared, not loved.,
He compels recognition, but there is no
enthusiasm. The man may garner an
enormous fortune, he may acquire the
most profound wisdom, he may reach
the pinnacle in statecraft-yet he has
not succeeded.
He must have charity, faith-and
ambition. The difference is the differ-
ence between Napoleon and Lincoln,
between Tallyrand and Hay, between
Midas and Tolstoi.
POLITICS AND THE CLASS.
Class politics are in a most distress-
ing state of being, a state of confusion,
of transition, a dangerous,.,yet encour-
aging condition.
Two years ago a well-directed move-
ment was launched against "peanut"
politics, against vote pledging, against
card storming, against ward heeling,
against combinations that were purely
selfish. It was an attempt to clean the
Michigan campus, just as the voters'
leagues, and the municipal associations
of our larger cities are attempts to
throw off.the yoke of the grafting ma-
chines. It was an awakening, worthy
in every respect.
Since that time, there has been seri-
ous complaint from.very respectable
sources. It is claimed that the ideal
will not work, that the class will not
be interested unless pledged to vote,
that the wicked are thriving at the
expense of their more wholesome op-
ponents.
We are yet unwilling to admit that
the ideal will not work. We would not
make a deliberate move backward. The
former system was rotten, absurd and
unfair. The present system needs- only
to be perfected, the gangster must feel
the disgust of the student body and the
student body must be reminded of its
responsibility.
The senior lits have worked the
cleaner game, and the man who is
elected president may well feel proud;
he has a real honor. His classmates
have-gotten together and without in-
fluence or vote trading elected him
leader. The sentiment of the class has
made pledging-"peanut" politics im-
possible. The rest of the senior classes

Beautiful Rain.
They call me a fake weather prophet;
They say I'm an athlete from Spain;
When I merrily sing
Of the sunshiny spring,
By golly, we always have rain!
They say that my verse brings revers-
es,*
When I sing of the summer it snows;
If I rhyme "the day fair"
With "the soft balmy air"
By golly, it drizzles and blows!
But today I am banking on record,
So I blithely poeticise rain;
When tomorrow I wake,
At the morning's first break,
I bet we'll have springtime again!
*Quite a pun.
"It isn'talways the man with lax
memory," said little Nemo last night,
"who most often forgets himself."

CAMPUSMILES
Self-made men bear marks of
the creator.-Wenley.

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make our senior class presidencies real
honors, and we will have leadership.
Give use time to grow and give the
newer system a fair test.

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C. C. Freemexn, Proprietor
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In the meantime the class that per- The same old Sunday headline!
mits votepledging and these small po---o-
litical methods is denying itself the Come, fair lady, I prithee
best leadership and deliberately sacri- Join in the witty fight,
ficing to the wolves, the more whole- On Thursday next, you own the col.
some type of man that is nominated Get busy with your mite.
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