THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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If. S-~aki Capeter.k\. MaNapging4itor
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Fed" IFoulk ............. editor
V: F. McKinney ... ........Aissociate E.ditor
Cr Hlawley 'rapping.......Associate Editor
F ". . M,'~hithlir:... ......Sortig ditor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofinan Arthur If. Torrey
Night editor'-Joseph fBrotehton.
TH-1 E UNIQN'S FUNCTION. k.
Union viece-presidents, it is reported,'
are' keeping indivliduzal records of the
Yavailaible men in ther res ective 'de-
partments.. In. this way, it is 4oped
that the only einclusive men's organi-
z'tion on the camp us tmay reach the
typle of student whto rdinrarily remains
underneath the surface. the Union ha,s.
not, been particularly succesful In
bringing out latent energy in the past,.
"although it has not erred inwthis regardi
so' much as other organiations per-
haps. thi ii~ovationi seems 'to be in
the direction, of increased efficency..
If any body 'on the a nPus .has it as
a duty to go after men and stimulate;
them into:activity, #t ithe ichigan
UuIV on. It °is ;seldom.tthat the cas-
rooip supplies that element in in a st-
dent's rmakeup which ditiguishes the
Michigan m4n from .the Miehigian en-
thusiast. This is one function,the
fun ction,-'o tl~e~lotalan' nion.y
The rman- whoM Js not pafflited ,jAnd
who is not prone to push himself is
hardest -t .°re ~l. ; e enently rthis
kind of a, lo quallzzlities which
are most desirhle; :certanly this type
is most in need of outside stimulation.
If ,the jW systenj at the VitJion is ;car-
ried,,out,arefully tad sin¢erely, as it
prpbably will be s iae f heliundreds:
o f, mqn who nbow Pass through the tni-
*versit 4without doag a sin ge piece of :
public,. work will got a taste of =that
indefinite -essence known =asMichigan
Relative. ,to the Harvard trip, onie
stuzdent sent pure an expenditure ite a
of. $798'for a neowset of blue-books.,
IT~yer' for "the fooitbwll team,. at a
Stunday meeting,,x was" about as ittig
as'suppiicationso forvdtomy,,in ,war.
The ight spirit was exhibited bythe
few hundred rooters who turned out
,arly Sunday morning.
Grauce Cameroni, in coic song f-
forts,' was featured on last night's 'bill
at the M2ajestic. She was well re-
cpived, as were, Charles Wayne, and
Compjany in a skit -caled "Nutrsng a
+? iYFldArhich redeemired itself with
some' out-of-the-ordinary dancing,
E ngland,,scored twice to e;America's
nothing in the bicyle-basketball con-
test. The bill is the, bst offered for
Senior womden willf hold' a meeting
in Barbour gymnasiumn at 5:00 o'clock
this afternoon," for the purpose of
electing the women's bask etball man -
ager' for the',class. This office was
not pilled in the regular election of the
°class,, as' has: formerly ben the case"
Mortar Board will hold an important
meeting at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the
homne of Huldab Bancroft, 702 South
IV ERSITY NOTIME
Senior pharmnics 'will elect officers
this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock room
303 chemistry building.
Muimes 'will hold a busihess meeting
at' the Union tomorrow night at 7 :15
Fits al an gjnormeoseweeathe4:00 ooc
lthsafterunor on, othFerry,:00fielk
fro,3:00elton:00 o'cck etodyen
froap Q0to5n0,o 'lok pafy i
Taupno egnerseeclcas rei
dent room 348 engineering building
2:.34 to 5:30 oi'clock, today. -
The band ,will meet at 7:00 o'clock
tomorrow night in Waterman gymna-
slum.^ iFull mgiform ispection. Wear
All_ persons who have had, or now
have., ratorical -tickets for rsale are
requested to'settle, with the committee
from 44:00 to 5:30 o'lpJck this after-
noon,.in the ,library.
Introduces Cross-Country 1'1 akn
G ross-country walking is the nw
sport that the intramural department
hias .introduced this year.; Intramural
Director Rowe, dsappointed in the
small number of men who take. sy%-
tematie exercise, hopes, by forming
cross-country walking .squads, "to get
more ineni out for physical exercise.
With this, purposee, he ' has .alled ,a
meeting of, all thoseo interested for 7:301
o'clock tonight in: his office at; the
athletic; association building.
town, so I
BE ST of it.
Interclass Fool Ball
Fool Ball Trousers - $1.50 to $3.50
Shoes . - $3.50 to $4
Stockins:. 26 o75v
Shouldler Guards $.60' to
Every Article Guaranteed
209 E. LIB3ERTY ST.
ACROSS FROM VARSITY LAUNDRY
n When YouWant Us-
N$LW an~d very delightful ser-f
vice~ feature has been recently
Ouced during afternoon hours
iay enjoy a moment's
ver a cup of their fav-
'ithi a helping of tea
Lsorted sandwiches 'to
you may order a reg-
any~ time durin~g store
0 YO' ex books '11
I]~ b dsygettin' pretty -
dutyfive years fromg~ >
now, but I'll bet you'll
still be smokin'yo
Announcement of removal
to new quarters will be
1. made shortly--mean while
t a kc e either elevator to
0Seal the friendsh~ip of you and your pipe with. thefrend
Dliness of VE$LVET, The Smoothest Smoking Toaco
It is Kentucky's Burley de Luxe with that age-in-the-
wood mellowness. 10c tins and 5c metal-lined bags,-
:D E - 340 S. State St.j
T± very man has a right to tame him-
self seriously, but it is inexcusable to,
boast about it.
Those who walk are advised to start
today, in view of predicted snow-
T~he sleeping sickness is said to have
originated in air-tight lecture rooms.
Mrackinaws and the odor of moth
balls are wvith us.
Big Ben is over-worked' thes~e morn-
15 LiJt . ,to: Select -Yile-President1
'Alice Wiard and Helen Burlingham
are the candidates for vice-president at
the r'eelection .to be held by- the, sen -
ior fits tfrom 3 :00W.o'clock to 5 :00
o'clock this afternoon. The winner of
the election will help President Harry
G. Gault, of the class, pick, the women
on his committees.
Officers Chosen by Senior Engineers
Oliver 'W. PHall was elected president
of the senior engineers yesterday af-
ternoon. J. H., Bateman was chosen
secretary. This was the second time
the members of the class voted for
these officers, the first balloting re-
sulting in no majorities.
Havin~g enlarged and remodeled ourt Studio we are w' W
prepared to give even better service thari here- to-fore.
D-A IN ES &NICKELS
3,34 and 336 S. State St. f' pho t 0
All Sizes Mt Reasenable Prices
-MANN'S DRUVG STOMMZ
pho neI#8621385 MaeiuWst.~
= ade with a home flavor. In fact, all our cnfecionas,
are strictly home wade; such delicacies as candies, ioe
fcreams and dainty lunclies we claim to be the best you ,
can find. E C ES -
I & Co.
you the finest and
service to be had in
is our specialty.
Most of them are redl ones.
B~urchfield & Co.
106 E. HURON ST.
Commionly calleda Balia-
caan. Raglan shoulders,
slash. pockets, full skirt, 42
inches long. .
NEW AND BECOMING1
Now von DPisplay
Good Clothes Store
Very, popular :amaug motor-
Ists, and, suitable for 'dress
Tagyes - eaer Hats - Caps - l~ve s
We present this loose, roon~iy, WCo
comfortable overcoat in several
fashionable, adaptable fabrics.
It's a model that we ki~oNA
w ill lase many
803-306 STATE STREET
See our Student Lamps at
Switzers, 310 State St.
JGym Suits that are a little better 'at '
S-witzers, 10o State St.- tf
Grace Camleron is coming. Watch foV"
the date at the Majestic.
Now Ready Iud
Good Cloth's Store, ;~
Grace Cameron is com~ing to thie Ma- (
jestic. - A -
1Grace Cameron "Miss Dolly Dim-I
ples" will soon be at the Majestic.
University Ave. Pharmacy. The store
that satisfies. tf
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