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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
Michiganunder Act of Congress o"March
:87.
Offices Ann Arbor Pres Building. Sur
scription price: by carrier, $2.5; by mad
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: Press Buidi g.
Quarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
R. Davis, Cor. Packard and State.
Telephones 96o and 244.
NMaurice Toulme..........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson ...........Business Manager
11. Beach Carpenter ........... News Editor
Fred Foulk............Assistant to Editor
F. M. Church................Sports Editor
Leonard Rieser.......Intercollegiate Editer
Robert Tannahill . .Music and Drama
Glen Munn ""
Harold Abott .................Cartoonist
Lilia Thomnson...........Women's Editor
EDITORIALS
Harold Hippler Paul Blaswad
Marshall Foote Lester Rosenbaum
Leis David.
NIGHT EDITORS
Leo Burnett Chester Lang
Henry Rummrel
F. F. McKinney Walter Ny
Carlton Jenks On spol 11" Bernua Kline
T. Hawley Tapping Bruce Miles
REPORTERS
P. F. epso E E J. M. BarreMt
C. A. Swainson D. R. Balletine
R. S. Collins LeonGreenbaum
E. C. Roth H. R. Mars
C. L. Muller J. F. Jordan
Donald Sarbaugh D. A. Walis
Reuben Peterson W. A. P. Joka
Willis Goodenew
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field Harry Johnson
John S. Leonard F. G. Millard
BUSINESS STAFF
R. V. Leffler R. J. Hofmana
A. H. Torrey Myron Watkins
SUNDAY, MAY 31, 1914.
Night Editor-James M. Barrett, Jr.
THE CAPTAIN TALKS.
George C. Paterson exhorted the
freshmen to be thinking individuals at
the Cap Night celebration, in the fol-
lowing words:
"If you are to make this a better
university, you must be leaders as
well as individuals. You must not be
sheep."
And a meritorious piece of advice
it is. But let it be remembered that
the thinking manatreads adangerous
path, beset with all the toils and in-
conveniences of a public position. Mis-
understanding, jealousy, envy and ma-
licious slander are but a few of the
possibilities.
Yes, think. Ideas and men are prec-
ious, because they are few. Men with
ideas and with courage are fewer, and
all the more precious.
Yes, think. The inconveniences are
mere nothings, as compared with the
sum totals.
MEN AND BUGS.
It is to smile, a cynical smile that is
not comforting or encouraging.
Men are much like these beetles and
flies that worry themselves to a mis-
erable death,fluttering about the street
lights during the long evening hours.
Ambition, with a strangely alluring
siren song, beckons from afar. Men
are seized in a maelstrom, and become
obsessed, surcharged with a life and
death purpose. The world is blessed
or cursed-with an Alexander, a Napo-
leon, a Bacon, a Columbus, a Goethe,
a Tolstoy, a Harriman, a Lincoln, a
Lloyd-George, a Morgan or a Wilson.
Each chooses his light, while a sneer-
ing or a worshiping world looks on.
For an hour or so, he flutters before
us, attempting what hardly .seems
within the reach of man. If he is one
of a thousand, he succeeds-possibly
to fall, with the laurel wreath within
grasp. The surrounding surface is
black with the carrion of those who
have been less fortunate, the earth is
smeared, with the sacrificial blood of
fellow beings.

The Danger of
Religious House-Cleaning
Lecky tells us that when
religious faith grew weak
in Rome superstition grew
strong. If a man does not
furnish his mind with true
faith the false will soon -,
creep in.
Last Meeting of
Young People's S lety
at 760
Address by Rev. R. S. Loring

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It is to smile, an humane, sympa-
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MICHIGAN TEAM GETS THIRD
PLACE AT INTERCOLEGIATE
(Continued from page 1)
low:
100 yard dash-Won by Bond (Mich-
igan); Reller (Cornell), second; Sew-
ard (Michigan), third; Ingersoll (Cor-
nell), fourth; Smith (Michigan), fifth.
Time-10 sec.
220 yard dash-Won by Seward
(Michigan); Smith (Michigan) sec-
ond; Lockwood (Penn), third; Bond
(Michigan) and Van Winkle (Cornell)
tied for fourth. Time-22 sec.
440 yard dash-Won by Meredith
(Penn); Barron (Harvard), second;
Jansen (Michigan), third; Wilkie
(Yale), fourth; Bingham (Harvard),
fifth. Time-48 2-5 sec.
880 yard run-Won by Caldwell
(Cornell); Brown (Yale), second;
Meredith (Penn), third; Capper (Har-
vard), fourth; Hayes (Princeton),
fifth. Time-1 min. 53 2-5 sec. (New
intercollegiate record.)
120 yard high hurdles-Won by
Brown (Dartmouth); Preble (Califor-
nia), second; Brodt (Cornell), third;
Hammitt (Penn State), fourth; Fer-
guson (Penn.), fifth. Time-15 3-5
sec.
220 low hurdles-Won by Ferguson
(Penn); Brown (Dartmouth), second;
Shelton (Cornell), third; Shedden
(Yale), fourth; Mason (Princeton),
fifth. Time-25 1-6 sec.
Broad jump-Won by Nordell (Dart-
mouth); Brodt (Cornell), second;
Broadway (California), third; La-
flamme (Penn), fourth; Ferris (Mich-
igan), fifth. Distance-22 feet 8 1-2
in.
High jump-Oler (Yale) and Nich-
ols (California) tied for first; Davy
(Princeton) and Morrison (Cornell)
tied for third; Maker (California),
fifth. Height-6 feet 2 in.
Shot put-Won by Beatty (Colum-
(Continued on page 6.)

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