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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at..he University of Mich
Egan. Pblished every morning except Mon
Jay during the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbo
,ichigan cnder Act of Congress of, 231arch
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Su.
scription price: by carrier, $.50; by mail
$3.00. Want Ad. Stations: Press Buildhig.
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Telephones 960 and 2414..
N, urice Toulme.........Managing Fditor
Adna Johnson.............Business Manager
SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1914.
Night Editor-E. C. Roth

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HANDLE WITH CARE.
A modern Pilate has asked, "What
is to be the final outcome of the fra-
ternity situation in state universities?
Where is it to end?"
Michigan has a solution, a most hap-
py and efficacious solution. It involv-
es a democracy on the part of the fra-
ternities, themselves, a broad-
mindedness and a conscience.
I "" a n s t hat there shall
be no political chicanery and union
on the part of the groups in the selec-
tion of students for responsible under-
graduate positions. The unaffiliated
inan as well as the affiliated, must
know that he is to receive his reward
according to his merit. His compe-
tition must be clean cut and unbiased.
He must be able to win recognition in
these campus societies of ours, be-
cause he is a man. The Michigan so-
lution also includes a welcome into
the fraternity groups of new organi-
zations. Four new fraternities have
been admited to the inter-fraternity
conference during the present year.
Seldom does a year pass that there is'
not a knocking at the door of the
conference. And the knocking is ans-
wered. The way to make everyone
happy in these days of social recog-
nitions is to make your recognition so
general, that it is within the reach of
most everyone.
The fraternity situation at Michigan
is a delicately balanced system. It is
a system that is purely local, and it
has served local needs admirably. You
of the coming generations, who have
received this heritage, think and
think again, before disturbing or
changing the present order of things.
Otherwise, you would plunge Michi-
gan into a political war, that would
not stop short of the state capitol.

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effect upon the members of this soci-
ety. The campus democracy (it has
been said that Michigan has a democ-
racy so often, that there must be some
element, in fact) must also have its
influence.
There must be a "Michigan" type,
but what is it and how shall it be call-
ed?
RUSIC AM) I)1 1)lIA
Annette Kellermann
Today's performances mark the end
of the engagement of " "Neptune's
Daughter" at the Whitney theatre. In
this photoplay, Annette Kellermann,
known to the theatregoers everywhere
as "The Perfect Woman" and "The
Diving Venus," has won unstinted
praise for her swimming, dancing and
acting. Burns Mantle, the prominent
critic, writes of Miss Kellermann:
"Without claiming to be anything of an
expert in the matter, we should say
the difference between Annette Keller-
mann's exhibition in vaudeville and her
appearance as the heroine of 'Nep-
tune's Daughter,' is in favor of the
latter."
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Meeting of members of the men's
section of the Deutscher Verein in the
Verein rooms at 7:00 o'clock tonight.
Westminster Guild will hold a meet-
ing at 602 East Huron street at 3:30
o'clock this afternoon. Election of of-
ficers for the coming year will take
place.
Prayer meeting'Sunday morning at
9:30 o'clock, Newberry hall.

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HOW SHALL YOU BE CALLED?
In these days of stress and strain,
of near approaching farewells and fin-
al haidshakes, another modern Pilate
tuaes the floor to inquire whether the
University of Michigan is contributing
a definite "Michigan" type of man to
the world. Is there anything about the
Michigan graduate that marks him
from the rest of the world? Is he
more democratic or less democratic,
is he progressive or conservative, is
he capable of a deep and sincere loy-
alty, is he loud and egotistical or mod-
est, is he a smug self-sufficient indi-
vidual? yp
These are interesting questions, be-
cause they are questions ,which admit
of. many sides. Some will argue there
is no such type as a "Michigan" type.
But surely these distinctive features
and institutions of the Midhigan under-
graduate world have some effect upon
the ideals and thoughts of the stu-
dents. The Union idea and its growth
must mean something. The cosmopol-
itanism of this undergraduate body,
with its representatives from thirty-
three foreign countries and the many
states of the nation, must have some

C MPUS IN BRIEF

-Prof. Aubrey Tealdi of the depart-
ment of landscape design, has return-
ed from Toronto, Canada, where he
represented the University of Michi-
gan at the sixth national conference
on city planning, held in that city from
May 27 to 29. An attempt is being
made to have the next year's confer-
ence held in Detroit.
-Joseph A. Vance, D.1., of Detroit,
will speak on the subject "Consider
Jesus Christ" at the Union Guild
meeting in the Presbyterian church at
7:45 o'clock Sunday night.
-The Michigan Pioneer and Histori-
cal Society will hold its fortieth an-
nual meeting at Lansing on June 9
and 10. On Tuesday, Regent Junius
E. Beal will speak on "Michigan For-
est Conservation."
-John Coolidge, '13, former varsity
football manager, was in Ann Arbor
yesterday visiting old acquaintances.
While in college, Coolidge was a mem-
ber of Sphinx and of Michigamua,
campus honorary societies, and of the
Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity.

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