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Officialn,
igan. Pub
day during

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ewspaper at the ,University of Mich
lished every morning except Mon
the university year.

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d. Beach Carpenter...........News Editor
Fred Foulk ..............Assistant to Editor
1. M. Church.................Sports Edinr
SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1914.
Night Editor-C. A. Swainson.
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There is a fundamental reason for this
lack of interest. Stop and think!
What is it?
One opinion has it, that the work of
the track men has never been fully
appreciated, that it is too difficult to
get proper recognition, that men with
hidden possibilities are too early dis-
couraged.
It has been suggested that these
faults could be partially corrected by
a broadening of policy, that more men
should be recognized and a broader
standard of appreciation should be set.
Sarcasm and cries of muckerism have
been heaped upon the suggestion.
So let it be! But the voice of sane
and honestly intended criticism shall
not be stilled or so smothered. Pro-
gression shall not so weakly bow down
to such unfair conservatism. There
are some who would make sheep of
men, who at best are but weaklings.
There are some who would silence the
voice of purposeful endeavor and rear
in its place the whining tones of uni-
versal approbation and hyperbolic
praises.
There is something fundamentally
wrong with the Michigan track situ-
ation. If there are no more than ten
men fit to wear they Michigan colors,
it is Michigan's, discredit. Pennsyl-
vania has found thirty-six men. This
must be corrected.
What is the matter?
THE BIG DIFFERENCE.
Mr. Partelme's communication in
yesterday's issue furnishes an exam-
pIe that has long been wanted. It
shows how difficult it is to criticise
sanely, without being misunderstood.
It is certainly neither encouraging nor
comforting to learn that the criticism
of one particular policy is mistaken as
a general condemnation and results in
a counter attack of a most sweeping'
nature, involving ethics and charges of
u*scrupulous misrepresentation.
Certain acts on the part o the ath-
letic association have been criticised,
with.at least an attempt at fairness.
For instance, the present board of di-
rectors was criticised when it refused,
because of a change of mind to carry'
out a platform that it had been elect-
ed upon. There was also the recent
criticism that Michigan should send a
more representative force to the inter-
collegiates, for the obvious reasons
that the cost is small, that the experi-
ence would be valuable to the men,
that it would stimulate track interest
and that it would be one definite wayj
of showing appreciation to the men
who have spent monthsand months in
training.
The association has been criticised
four or five or six times. It has done

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cinematograph production. The story
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of war and employs the services of a
fleet of dreadnaughts and two armies.
"Sealed Orders" is the work of a Dan-
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Granger's will continue their Wed-
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summer school, from 9-12, with Fisch-
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The home of Rexall Remedies. Ed-
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Gra'nger's will continue thei Wed-
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Granger's will continue their Wed-
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