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THE MICHIGAN DAILY'
Official newspaper at th University of Mich
igan. Published every morning except Mon
day during the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbo
Mlichigan under Act of Congress o March
1879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Su
scrip*ion price: by carrier, $z.o; by ma.
$3.00. want Ad. Stations: Press 'Buildig
Quarry's. Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
Hi. Davis, Cor Packard and State.
Telephones 96o and 2414.
haurice T.olie.......... Managing Editor
Adna Johnson...........Business Manager
11. Beach Carpenter ........... News Editor
Fred Foulk..........Assistant to Editor
F. M. Church.................Sports Editor
THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1914.
Night Editor-R. S. Collins.
HIF REFUSES TO GROW.
Day before yesterday a "peanut
politician approached a nominee for
the board in control of student publi-
cations with the information that he
had votes to trade, if the nominee
would agree to swing his forces with
the slate, that had been drawn up. The
politician was a complete outsider. By
no right did he have more interest
than the ordinary student in the elec-
tion results. He merely attempted to
shove his dirty hand and his tainted
influence into the game, and swap his
way into power, by combining the vot-
ing capacity of several fraternities.
This man had no power to swing
his -- votes. No matter how mighty
a man is within his group, his frater-
nity brothers arenot to be traded off
as chattels or slaves. They are uni-
versity men and they are here on this
campus to learn citizenship. Other-
wise, they had better disband and go
home.
No! Mr. Peanut, you did not have
--votes at your fingers' end, to sell
to the highest bidder. Your fraternity
brothers never gave you any such
power. You are out of place, you and
your methods.
Come along, Mr. Peanut, grow with
the campus!
AND LO, BEHOLD
Even a newspaper has conscientious
spasms.
There are times when names must
not be published, because innocent
parties or innocent organizations
would be involved. It is hardly fair
to apply to man-made organizations
the old test that "a chain is as strong
as its weakest link." Sometimes, it is
well to withhold from the sordid gaze
of the public,identifications and facts,
even truths.
Even a newspaper will refuse to
stomach the impositions of scheming,
thick skinned men.
MEETING FRIDAY TO LAUNCH
HOUSE SANITARIAN SCHEME
Dr. Cummings and Harold S. Hlbert
to Address Representatives
of House Clubs
To further the "House Sanitarian"
movement, a meeting of representa-
tives from every sorority, fraternity,
house club and women's league ap-
proved house will be held Friday ev-
ening at 7:00 o'clock at the medical
building and conducted by Dr. H. H.
Cummings and Harold S. Hulbert.
This will be the official launching of
the sanitary scheme, and an urgent re-
quest is made that each house send a
representative.
A constitution drawn up by the stu-
dents will be presented for adoption
at this meeting. The organization will
be conducted by the students, and
members of the health service will act
as an advisory committee.

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Soph lits will elect student council-
men between 3:30 and 5:00 o'clock to-
day in room 203 Tappan hall.
Senior engineers will meet at 11:00
oclock, room 348, engineering build-
ing.
Entries for regatta swimming and
canoe races must be handed in before
tonight in order to have names in-
cluded in the program.
The Kentucky club will hold its final
dinner of the year at the Union 6:00
o'clock today.
All women who took required gym-
nastics must report at Barbour gym-
nasium Thursday afternoon between
2:00 and 4:00 o'clock, or Friday or
Saturday morning between 8:00 and
12:00 o'clock to sign up for physical
measurement.
LAW TEARS WIN OPENING
CONTESTS OF FINAL ROUND
Initial play in the final round of the
interclass baseball series was started
yesterday afternoon when the senior
engineers lost to the senior laws in an
11-2 scrap. What proved to be the
deciding game in the junior law-hom-
eop series went the same way as the
first, being won by the barristers, 12-6.
Only one game is slated for today,
the deciding tilt between the fresh
medics and the soph lits.
SENIOR WOMEN TO PRESENT
PLAY COMMENCEMENT WEEK
"Prunella, or Love in a Garden,
will be presented by the senior women
during commecement week. It is a
light fanciful drama written by :Laur-
ence Hausman and Granville Barker,
in three acts, and uses traditional
characters. The play was produced
for the king and queen of England last
Christmas by an all star cast.
Arrangements are being made to
stage the play out of doors in the space
between Tappan hall and the library.
Final tryouts for the 20 places in the
cast will be held Friday afternoon
from 4:00 to 5:30 o'clock in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.
Corbin of Fresh Track Team Injured
Cecil B. Corbin, '17, was struck by
the tape of a hammer, hurled by one
of the weight men at Ferry field yes-
terday, and a deep gash was inflicted
in his right arm. Corbin was taken to
the university health service where
several stitches in his arm were taken.
Boat Club Hop Replaces Wright Party
The Union Boat club regatta dance
will be held in the Armory May 29,
and will take the place of the Wright
Saxophone party previously planned
for the same night. The dance will be
informal.

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