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a. m. and hourly to 6:to p. mn., also 8:xo
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In., 8:06 P. in., :o p. in., and 1:4;~ p. Mn.
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12:30 p . in. : 0.A. m.
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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at he University of Mich
igan. Published every morning except Mo
day during the unniversty year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbo
Michigan under Act of Congress of March
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. S
scription _price: -by carrier, $.5; by mal
$3.0. Want Ad. Stations: Press Buildig.
Quarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
H. Davis, Cor. Packard and State.
Telephones 96 and 244.
Maurice Toulme.........Managing ;Editor
Adna Johnson............ Business Manager
H. Beach: Carpenter....... .. News Editor
Fred Foulk ............Assistant to Editor
F. M. Church............... Sports Editori
Leonard Rieser ... ....Intercollegiate Editor
Glenn Munn f. .ui n rm
Harold Abott .................Cartoonist
Lillian Tuomson..........Women' Fditor
Harold Hippler Paul Banhard
Marshall Foote Lester Rosenbaum
Leo Burnett Chester ang
Henry Rummel labin Hu,
F. F. McKinney Walter Nye
.On Sport Stagf
Carlton Jenks Benus Kline
T. Hawley TDapping Bruce Miles
1'. F. Thompson J. M. Barrett,
C. A. Swainson Di. R. Ballenine
R. S. Collins Leon Greenebaum
F. C. Roth l1. R. Marsh
C. L. Muller J. 1. Jordan
Donald Sarbaugh 1). A. Wallace
Reuben Peterson \'V. A. 11. John
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field Harry Johnson
John S. Leonard F. G. Millard
R. V. Leffler R. J. Hofmann
A. H. Torrey Myron Watkins
SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1914.
Night Editor--Paul F. Thompson.
THEI PH ILOSOPH-Y OF FAILURE.
Some men fight hard for a point;-
and lbse. Some men aim at a1 certain
target, and miss. The losing may be
through their own incompetency, it
may not be so. And out of the pang- of
failu re and sting of disappointment
may arise a Phoenix philosophy. The
sum and gist of the strong man's loss
is not the point lost, but what is done
with defeat. The philosopher does not
pin his happiness on a single issue.
To use a homely phrase, he does not
put all his eggs in one basket. He
dloes not put the stress and hopes or
vital contentment on the turning of a
He who says, when the battle is lost,
"This is not everything," will yet win.
.He who sees that a single event can
never be all-embracing and who builds
anew, with resignation rather than
aches, will succeed. Not the hypocrisy
of outward calm, while within the bit-
terness of defeat eats the heart out.
Not that. But the philosophy of breadth
of view, which, realizing, the limita-
tions of the destructive force of one
failure will yet build without rancour.
THE FORBIDDEN FRUIT.
No less a personage than Coach Field-
ing H. Yost has gone on record as flat-
iy opposed to the adoption of summer
baseball. Coach Yost, besides holding
the genuine respect and love of the
Michigan student body and alumni, has
had some 21 years of experience in
collegiate-amateur-sports. His is an
opinion to be reckoned with.
Two serious objections stand out
prominently. In- the first place, the
athletic world does and has always
drawn a sharp distinction between
professionalism and amateurism. It
does not matter what Michigan thinks
of the distinction, it is a fact that the
distinction is made and that it is part
of the social system that Michigan is
a part of. In the second place, Mich-
igan must receive the permission and
the moral support of her intercollegi-
State cor. 1Huron
R. S. LORINOC, Pastor
Morning Service at :0.30
EUCKEN'S NEW BOOK
Can We Still Be
New, reouit, and second-
For Sale, $10.00 up
For Reat, $2.00 up
3 mo., $5.00
0. D. MORKILLI
Ovar Baltimore Lunch
Eiucken thinks somne of it's
moral teaching is too soft, and
distrusts its plan: of redemption,
and declines to call Jesus unconx-
ditionally lord and master, yet,
holds we must still be Christians.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY AT 7:30
DON'T -DELAY; 'ORDER THEM NOW!
100 cards with plate $1.50 to $3.50
100 cards from your plate 90c
All work guaranteed
You pick the fabric; choose your style; then
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No other way of clothes getting is as
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Mr. George J. Smith
WHY I LEFT THE FARM.
the Ann Arbor Savings Bank
pital Stock $300,000 Surplus $:oo,oooi
kGeneral Banking Business Transac ted
cers : Chas. F. Hiscockt, Pres., W. A. Har-
rirman, VicePres., M. J. Fritz, Cashier
ate opponents, even in the contempla-
tion of such a radical change. Michi-
gan can and does say how her internal
athletics are to be run, but Michigan
cannot dictate the conditions under
which she will play Cornell, Penn and
Princeton. Not one of these univer-
sities now recognize sumer baseball.
:Michigan stands alone in the athletic
world,' neither in the west nor an old
power in the east. Critics, on all sides,
are waiting for the slightest pretext to
yell "mucker," to show. to the world
the ulterior reason for Michigan's
No! No! Michigan must follow, riot
lead, in this summer baseball matter.
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Mrs. Alice McClure, of Punjab, India,
a secretary of student volunteers in
missionary work, will speak to uni-
versity men and women at 4:00 o'clock
this afternoon in Newberry hall, con-
cerning her life work in India.
In accordance with the custom of
other years, senior women are reqluest-
ed to wear high collars of lace or net
with- their academic gowns, at the
swing-out exercises on Tuesday after-
noon. Statements issued by the dean
of women and the vice-president, to-
gether with opinions of a number of
senior women point toward the advis-
ability of following precedent.
All women holding unsold junior
play tickets are asked to turn them
'over to Marion McPherson before Wed-
nesday of this week.
Fresh films are a necessity---ast-
man; speed films are best for this sea-
son. We offer you fresh Eastman speed
films every day in the year. Lyndon.
Best shine at French Parlors on Lib-
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T HE pleasures of uising a
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if you try this
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Caps and Gowns
May yet, be secured in
We have fiftyr extra out-
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,President Cashier V. President
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