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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich
igan. Published every morning except Mon
day during the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbo
Michigan uder Act of Congess of March
1879"
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Su
scription price: by carrier, $.S; by mal
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: Press Buildiig,
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
Fred Foulk ..............Assistant to Editor
F. M. Church................Sports Edit
FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1914.
Night Editor-D. R. Ballentine.
TUT, TUT, TUT!
The news columns are considerably
alive, this morning. Mr. Bartelme
wields a truculent and a most clever!
pen. It is unfortunate that the com-
munication seems so "red-headed"
and spleeny. Mr. Bartelme does catch
us in one mistake. It was said that
ten men must be sent to hold member-
ship in the intercollegiates. It should
have been that ten men must be sent
to receive a share of the receipts. So
Michigan sent ten men.
But The Daily has never "pruned or
distorted" facts, within our knowledge,
chiefly because there is no cause to
do so and because The Daily attempts
to be decent. The charge is "so ab-
surd" that it answers itself.
An argument was made in behalf of'
the track men who spend one, two
and three years on the Michigan track
and show enough ability that they
have a possible chance of placing. It
was said that these men should be sent
(even more so now that it is discover-
ed that it costs the athletic association1
practically nothing).These men should
be sent, because it would show proper
appreciation on the part of the uni-
versity, it would give the men added
experience and there is just the shad-
ow of a chance of their winning a
point or so. Crumpacker, Plummer,
Lamey, and Quail are such men. Lltm-
ey has served Michigan for two sea-
sons. It would cost practically noth-
ing to have taken him, yet he has not
been taken. Crumpacker and Quail
are sophomores. Experience would
be a good thing for these men. Espe-
cially so, since the cost is so trivial.
Yes, there is a valid criticism of the
policy that has been followed. Possi-
bly, in some measure, this policy ex-
plains the dearth of track material,
which causes such a stir each spring.
Then The Daily (with all its pruning
and distorting) is appealed to to call
upon the "Michigan Spirit" of the stu-
dent body. For shame, to be so for-
getful!
"The utter lack of foundation," then,
of all the athletic stories that appear
in this paper is based on the slightest
misstatement, which in no way affects
the principle involved, and for which,
a most sincere apology is immediately
forthcoming.
Note to make-up man: Omit the uts-
ual (The Michigan Daily assumeset.)
YES, YES, YES
Victor C. Vaughan is dean of the,
department of medicine and surgery
and something more. On Wednesday,
he was unexpectedly called to Califor-
nia and he wrote his class in hygiene,
approximately, as follows:
My Friends: A call to California,
makes it impossible for mn to
meet you during the next week,
the last of this semester. My1
parting wish is success to you in
life; my parting mandate to live1

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the five hours thatyou were to
spend in this course out in the
sunlight, among the trees, and
the leaves and the flowers.
Dean Victor C. Vaughan is presi-
dent of the American Medical Associ-
ation, and something more. If he were
less, a thesis or an assistant would
have been assigned.
MUSIC AND DRAMA
Miss Sweet to Give Recital.
Miss Angelina R. Sweet, who has
been a student in the piano depart-
ment of the University school of mu-
sic for the last two years, will give
her graduation recital this evening at
8:00 o'clock in Frieze Memorial hall.
Miss Sweet is an unusually talented
student and has done excellent work
under both Mrs. George B. Rhead and
Mr. Albert Lockwood. She will be as-
sisted by Miss Helen Kessel, a senior
in the vocal department.
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