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Editor, The Michigan Daily: -
With all due respect, it is rather dif-
ficult to follow the mental processes of
lock all but one of the signators of yester-
day's communication. That one has
been deservedly punished for the self-
confessed infraction of a rule of eligi-
bility vital to the representation of the
be university by teans composed of gen-
tlemen and sportsmen. That this man
repented does him honor. But the
crown of martyrdom he has so modest-
ly assumed ill becomes him when he
es seeks to drag down the university
standard, to his own level of profes-
sionalism. He doubtless believes his
own motives to be the highest but these
ordinary springs of action such as his
are spite and malice.
The communication denounces the
present rule as unenforceable. In the
same breath it states that the signa-
tors have sworn evidence against four
members of the present team. They
do not present this to the "proper au-
thorities" because forsooth, such evi-
dence is just what the authorities need
to enforce the rule and the offenders
might be punished. I doubt whether
even a member of Woolsack can justi-
fy such logic. Also I can hardly im-
agine the signators decrying prohibi-
tion, for instance, because it is hard
to enforce, causes hypocrisy, and re-
sults in individual injustice. The truth
of the matter is that the signators
while willing to slur the fame of the
baseball team, the board of control,
and the university, are lacking in the,
utter moral courage to come out and
say "You, John Brown, are guilty, and
I can prove it" in individual cases.
Such "reformers" are unfortunately
quite common today.
As a matter of fact, though Michigan
is no w'orse than others, there is little
reason to doubt that some, if not many
members of the team are professionals.
But, if in truth, this evil is irremedi-
able the logical answer is to extir-
pate the sport which is seriously af-
fected, not to lower the standard of
the university. "If thy right hand of-
fend thee, cut it off."
e I am one of many thousand alumni
- who while glorying in Michigan's ath-
letic prowess, would rather witness
defeat in every sport, or even the total
s elimination of intercollegiate compe-
tition, than a breakdown of former
Lk standards of sportsmanship and honor.
C There is no justification for profes-
sionalism in the university. The name
e. of his Alma Mater means higher
things, to every loyal alumnus, than
mere athletic prowess. In spite of the
natural distortion of the student view-
point, I think the majority will "get"

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Lyman H. Howe presents
the U. S. NAVY
of 1915
and other Interesting films
ing summer baseball and thus make
it unnecessary for the players to per-
jure themselves, shows that he has no
malice against the individual players.
We believe that he is not moved by any
desire to "get back" at any member
of the team or of the board in control.
We believe that his aim is broader than
that, being nothing less than a desire
to remedy a situation that ought not
exist.
The situation involves a larger
moral issue. it is the same issue that
one would meet in corrupt politics in
any municipal or state government.
It is a situation that should call forth,
not abuse, but the best thinking Mich-
igan can give. Shall we cover it up
and go on countenancing a wrong just
because other universities do, or be-
cause we are afraid other schools will
refuse to play us if we alopt summer
baseball? There can be but one an-
swer. And the University of Michigan
is a big enough institution to have
weight in the athletic councils of the
country. A firm, decided stand for
the right will have immens0 effect up-
on other institutions. We cannot af-
ford to do less.
N. -. -iNNEY, '16.
G. M. CoULTIER, '16.
Set Michigan Pay at Fair, September 1
Michigan day at the Panama-Pacific
exposition at San Francisco has been
officially set for September 1, accord-
ing to word received by President
harry B. Hutchins yesterday. Presi-
dent rlutchins was notified some time
ago that the authoriti6s were consid-
ering the advisability of naming such
a day, but it was only recently that the
exact date was decided upon.
Y. It. C. A. Bureau Offers Suimmer Jobs
Positions as players in an orchestra
on a boat running in Lake St. Clair,
and jobs for several farm hands were
received at the Y. M, C. A. employment
bureau yesterday afternoon. Any stu-
dents who are interested in getting fur-
ther details regarding these positions
can get same by applying at the "Y"
employment office today from 4:30 to
6:00 o'clock.

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me. 1
If the condition is as the gentlemenl
of yesterday's communication insist,
they can serve the university by sub-
mitting their proof to the very "prop-,
er authorities" to whom they are
afraid to submit it. If the situation is
open to remedy, the present rules
should continue. If the present rules
are unenforceable and professionalism
rampant in spite of the best efforts of
the board of control, baseball as an
intercollegiate sport at the University
of Michigan should be abolished.
EUGENE B. HOUSEMAN,
1906-1917L.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
The communication which appeared
in yesterday's Daily, signed by Charles
Webber and others, has brought forth
the desired wide-sprea4 discussion up-
on the campus. In the dj.scussions
which we have heard, however, there
seems to be a prevalent misunder-
standing in regard to )ebber's motive
in the ntnd which he has ,taken.
Knowing Webpr personally, we there-
fore desire to take ,,is opportunity to
express our belief in i) and in his
honest purposes in the preset issue.
Webber has > id again and 4.gri.r
that tbis is not a rue t in of revenge
with him. He has asserted that the
present ruling i= regard to s)Imi er
baseball cannot b6 efrorced, and he
has taken this method of proving his
I assertions. The fact that he is t pres-
ent withholdlng the names of the mtfi
bers of this pear's Varsity vwho are
cleary ineligible, with the hope that
in the face of facts the board in con-
trol would abolish the rule prohibit-

NAIL iNvITsATIONS
TO 30,000 ()ALIT)UI
(Continued from page 1)
building; laws, on diagonal walk east
of the law building; pharmics, at the
southeast corner of the chemistry
building; homeops, on the walk west
of the chemistry building; dents, at
the southwest corner of the chemistry
building. In case of rain there will be
no march, but all will gather in the
lobby of Hill auditorium at 9:15
o'clock.
Tickets for the admission of rela-
tives and friends of the senior lits will
be given out to members of the class
in Registrar A. G. Hall's office Mon-
day morning, June 21, at 9:00 o'clock.
The number of tickets will probably be
limited to the customary two per per-
son. Tickets left over from Monday's
demand will be distributed Tuesday to
those wishing extra pasteboards. Sen-
ior laws will receive their guest tickets
at Professor E. C. Goddard's office,
Wednesday morning, June 23, at 9:00
o'clock. The date for the distribu-
tion of the senior engineers' tickets
has not been announced yet, but the
admission cards will probably be ob-
tainable at Professor J. P. Bird's office
Monday morning, June 21, at 9:00
o'c.lck.
The smpmer session of the Law
School begins Monday, June 21, but
classes conflicting with the commence-
ment program will be dismissed.

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