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THU MICHIGAN DAILY.

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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Official newspaper at the University of Mich
igan' Published ever y morning except Mon
day during the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbn
Michigangunder Act of Congress of"March
1879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. S
scription price: by carrier, $2.;o, by ma
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: Press Buildig
Qarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
. Davis, Cor. Packard and State.
Telephones 96o and 2414.
N,'surice Toulme ..........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson ............usness Manager
H. BeachkCarpenter...........News Editor
Fred Foulk............. Assistant to Editor
F. M. Church.................Sports Editor
SUNDAY, MAY 24, 1914.
Night Editor-F. F. McKinney.
LO, THE POOR LAWS!
The tradition smashing, "immemori-
al," senior 'laws stand alone, in not
leaving a class memorial to the uni-
versity. The fits, the engineers, the
dents, the medics, the pharmics, the
homeops, the foresters-all of them-
have already made arrangements to
show their loyalty and appreciation
for 'their university. Seventeen law
classes of the past in unbroken suc-
cession, have also left class memori-
als.
Yes, and even the seniors of the local
high school have decided to spend .a
few dollars of "father's money" on
their alma mater, rather than upon
themselves.
Lo, the poor, friendless, "immemori-
al" laws!
MORE CLEAN HANDS.
The dream-university trained men
and women will dream-of clean elec-
tions, no vote, swapping, no "glad-
hand" insincerity, and no vote bracing
methods, has taken a deep and lasting
hold upon the Michigan undergraduate.t
Most encouraging!
The Michigan Union started the re-
form more than ten years ago. The
cleaner methods have been effective, in
spite of the sneers of the more "pra-
tical" part of the student body. The
student council attempted the system,
but without the signal success thatf
attended the Union. Then came the
athletic association. For the last four
years the various candidates have
pledged themselves not to solicit votes,
not to invade the campus with thef
tricks of the outside game. And it has
succeeded. The senior literary classes
have followed suit. In a half-hearted
and sporadic fashion the cleaner meth-
ods have been attempted by othert
classes.
And now come the presidential can-
didates of the women's league. They
also would make their office a real
honor, an office that is conferred, nott
garnered. They would also leave the
voter go, who must be pledged and
dragged to the polls. They seek quali-
ty, not quantity.
Let those who will, laugh at Michi-
gan's idealism, this so-called Utopia,
that is so different from the "outside
practical world methods." Let them
sneer, if they will. They are losing'
ground every day. They have cause to
be disconsolate. In the meantime, the
campus offices and campus officers, al-
ready show the results of the newer
and cleaner methods.
"Yes, yes, go on!"
The famous Weymann Mandolutes1
and Martin Guitars sold at Schaeberl.e
& Sons Music House, Main St. tf
We have 88 note Player Piano Rolls
of U. of M. Songs--Grinnell Bros. 120-;
122 E. Liberty St. 167-70;

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R. S. LORING, Pastor
Morning Service at io:3o
WAR COURAGE and
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NOTE :-'The Young People's Society
meets for a picnic supper at 6 at the
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Mr. Hiram Burnham, just outside the
city limits, the second house on Geddes
Ave. beyond number 2024. If stormy.
supper will be held at the Church.

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SLOW PROGRESS MARKS WORK
OF UNION BUILDING CAMPAIGN
Slow but sure progress is marking
the work of the Union building fund
campaign in southern Michigan. Under
the direction of Griffith Hayes, alumni
committees are being formed in De-
troit, Jackson, Battle Creek, Kalama-
zoo and Grand Rapids. When these
committees are finally arranged the
word will be given, and a short active
campaign for funds, lasting three or
four days, will be ilaugurated. The
whole of the southern part of the state
will be covered before Commencement.
After the completion of the Michi-
gan work the campaign in the other
states of the Union will be started.
Two Economic Instructors to Leave
Mr. S. G. Hayes, of the economics
department, has accepted a position as
instructor in economic theory and fin-
ance at the University of Minnesota.
Dartmouth has secured Mr. W. P. Cal-
houn, assistant in economics, to teach
elementary economics.
Cosmopolitans Elect '14-'15 Officers
William C. Achi Jr., '14, was elected
president of the Cosmopolitan club at
the International banquet held Friday
night in Newberry hall. The following
were elected directors: students-Juan
A.Bonilla, 'iSM, Arnold Bosscher, '15D3;
Fred B. Foulk, '13-'15L, E. S. Sy, '15;
faculty-Profs. J. P. Bird, J.A.C. Hild-
ner; business men-George J. Burke,
'07L, A. E. Jennings, '89.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Entries for the Union Tennis Tour-
nament doubles may be made up to
this evening.
Menorah society elects officers for
next year at 8:00 o'clock tonight in
Newberry hall.
All senior women interested in the
senior women's play, meet in Barbour
1 gym today at 11:00 o'clock.

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