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THnE MICHIGAN DAILYV

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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 postoffce at Ann Arbo
Michigan under Act of Congress of March
1879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Su'
scription price: by carrier, $25; by mai
$3,00o Want Ad. Stations: Press Buidig.
Quarry's Pharmacy; Univesity Pharmacy; C.
H.Davis, Cr. Packard and State.
Telephones 960 and 244.
Miaurice Toulmne......... Managing Editor
Adna Johnson....... .... Business Manager
H. Beach Crpenter... ........ News Editor
Fred Foulk ..............Assistant to Editor
F. M. Church.......... .....Sports Editor
Leonard Rieer.......Intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tannahill ,
Glenn Muin 1' Music and Drama
Harold Allbott ..................Cartoonit
Lillia Thtomson........... Women's Editor
EDITORIALS
Harold Hippler Paul Blanslard
Marshall Fot* Lester Rosebaumt
Louis £David.
NIGHT EDITORS
Les Burnett Cheter Lang
Henry Rummel
F.; F. McKinney Walter Ny
Carlton Jeniks On1" a erous Kline
TI. Hawley Tapping Bruc Milss
REPORTERS
P. F. Thompso .1r. rrt
C. A. Swainson D. S1.~aitntne
R. S. Collins Leo Greenebaus
E. C. Roth H. R. Marsh
C. L. Muller J F. Jorda
Donald Sarbaugh, D. A. Wlla**
Reuben Peterson W. A. P. Jon
Willis Gooden'w
ASSISTANTS TO. BUINSS MANAGX
Sherwood Field, Harry Jonso
John S. Leonard F. G. Millard
BUSIXXSS STA"F
R. V. Lefflr R. J. H1ofmaa
A. HI. Torrey Myro Watis
WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1914.
Night Editor-T. Hawley Tapping.
WIT AND HUMOR.
At least, one change for the better
might commend itself to the next
year's editor of the Michiganensian-.
the omission of the election or men-
tion of the "most hopeless" members
of the various senior classes. The
only cause for its continued existence,
is precedent. But that of the past
which serves no purpose, that can re-
sult in nothing but chagrin and disap-
pointment, has no foundation for life.
The difference between the election
of the "most hopeless" member of
t he' class ,nd t he "m os t
popular man" or ° the "jolliest
girl" is the difference between wit and
humor. One is kindly, humane pleas-
ing, with a dash of friendliness and
appreciation. The other wounds, is
sarcastic, and whether Inten-
tional ly or unintentionally, leav-
es a heart burn. No one
would 'say that the election is malic-
ious, but it Is likely to be misnter-
preted by a sensitive classmate. It
is too easily misunderstood. Surely,
there is no place in the yearbook, a
life-long memorandum, for this 'wit,
even though it is innocently intended.
RADICALISM VS. CONSERVATISM.
This morning's communicant falls
into much the same fault that he ac-
cuses the Michiganl authorities of--in-
tolerance. He is didactic and ureayi-
onable, with his deft pen and intoler-
ant of the problems that face the
authorities of any American universi-
ty, not Michigan alone.
(Pertain usages and customs have
grown up about the American system
of state supported universities, The
political forces, which make possible
these institutions, have decreed that
politics shall be shuned in the class-
room, that radicalism shall not be
voiced from the teachers' rostrum.
Blame the~ system, if you will, but not
entirely, the faculty of one particular
institution. It is different from thel

German system and the Russian sys-
temn, where political activity and radi-
calism is encouragd to the breaking
point.
If the university 'authorities them-
selves are precl uded from political
discussion aind th'e dissemination of
particular beliefs ini the "class rooms,
why : houlthe .ry be called upon, to in-
vite outsider,,,ini to do what they can-
not do? Would they not hoar from
such an act? [low would it be viewNed
from the state capital, by the legisla-
ture, that grants appreciations, and
the great body of the 'citizens of the
state, who are taxed to support the
appropriations? These are the ques-
tions that the university authiorities
must answer.
If a radical change is to be made
in the Americans system, it is not' to
be made overnight, by one set of indi-
viduals. perhaps the conservative
American university is serving our
democracy as well as the radical for-
eign-university is serving its autocrat-
ic surroundings.
New Zoological Selilahrsblip Offered
A summer scholarship at the Marine
Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole,
Mass., valued' at $50.00 has been ot-
feredi by the Zoological department of
the university.' The scholarship will
be awarded. by the zoology faculty, and
is made possible through the kindness
of Mr. Bryant Walker of Detroit. Ap-
plications for the award may be made
up to May 30 by registration wiithi Pro-
fessor Reighard in room 208 S.W.
MUSIC AN'A DRAMA'I~
Stuidents to Givo Reeltal
A public students' recital will be
given at the school of music by ad-
vanced students of the voice,' piano
and violin depattments, this afternoon
at 4:15 o'clock, The public is cordi-
ally invited to attend.

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Band rehearsal this evening at 7:00
o'clock in University Hall,
The Websters w~ill meet tonight at
7:00 o'clock to formulate plans for
the coming year. All seniors entitled
to Webster diplomas must put in ap-
plications.
There will be an important meeting
of the senior law class in room 0G. of
the law building, today at 4:00 o'clock'.
The matter of the commencement in-
vitations will be taken up.
The Union enmploymnent bureau has
a number of odd jobs to fill. The bu-y
reau's office hours are from 3:00 to
4:30 o'clock.
Summer school students desiring
to try out for the. business staff of the
Wolverine call F. G. Millard between
0:00 and 7:00 py. m. any night this
week. Phone. 904-M.
The annual election of officers of the
American Institution of Electrical lin-
gineers will be held at 7:30 o'clock
Thursday evening in room 343 engi-
neering building,

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Of the pianos purchased of you last year the Concert Grand
is superb-winning friends for our Conserv atory constantly.
The possession of a full equipment of your excellent
pian~os here hbas had no insignificant part in the success
of our dasartmuent.'
]E ARLi4EG. KILLN
Director Dept. of Music, Coe College' Cedar Rapids, Iowa

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anger's will continue their We(d-
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Straw Bats.
the 1914 Models in Straw H-at,
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