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TtH E MICHIGAN DAILY I
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published every -morning 'except
Monday during the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as,
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.50; by mai, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's,. Univ. Pharmacy, C. H
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Business Office Phone 960
Editorial Office Phone 2414
D.. Beach Carpenter.......ManagingEditor
W Sherwood Field.... ...Business Manager
Fred F'aulk.................News Editor
F: F. McKinney .........Associate Editor
Chester H. Lang..........Associate ditor
T. Hawley Tapping.........Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
Sohn Leonard Ra Leffler
udolph Hof man Arthur Torrey
James M. Barrett, Jr. . Rodgers Sylvester
Tomn C. Reid Howard R. Marsh
Verne Burnett C. N. Church
Edwin A. Hyman
C.B. Parker eVera Burridge
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaum
H. A. Fitzgerald Edward P. Wright
L. Greenebaum William F, Newton
Henley Hull Leonard W. Nieter
Lee Joslyn Eugene L. Bulson
Waldo R. Hut
Ferris Fitch s Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheer
Kirk. White C. T. Fishleigh
J. J IHerber.
FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1 .
Night Editor-William F. Newton.
REGISTERING BY MAIL.
In an earlier, editorial, The Daily
suggested a system by which students
might register and pay their fees by
mail. The object was to avoid the us-
ual congestion in the fall. The plan
was used with success at Ohio State.
The Gothamite, the New York City
alumni publication, commented favor-
ably on the idea. Student opinion
seems to advocate some kind of a
change. As far as is known, nothing
has been done about the matter.
Perhaps it is too late to make the
plan feasible for next year. It is. pos-
sible that the scheme has some undis-
covered and insurmountable defects.
But, on its face, it looks practicable.
Waiting in line is a serious inconven-
ience. College is opened up with such
a rush in the fall that nobody has time
enough to give to the matter of en-
rolling intelligently. Uncle Sam's
mail seems to offer the solution.
Now to figure out how much father
ought to pay for that work you had
done at the dental and medical clin-
It may be hard to explain just what
you did with those suits which Doc's
Toledo patrons are wearing.
Has roomy borrowed up to the full
extent of his prospective summer wag-
They smiled when the 12-cylinder
lecturer spoke of their riding in it.
The non-studious student finds
where his profs will be this summer.
We can't record the last scores of
this disastrous season anyway.
"L"et's copy your notes" is the wail
of the hour right now.
And now ensues a general back-to-
ri n g
'Phone bells are resting.
Tungstens are beaming.
Elections to memberships in Masques,
the honorary dramatic society for
women, are as follows: Catherine
Wenley, '16, Jemima Wenley, '16, Aris
Van Deusen, '16, Helen Champion, '16,
Helen Dow, '16, Geta Tucker,. '16, Ru-
berta Woodworth, '17, Mima Winslow,
grad., Julia Van Leeuman, '17, Elsa
Apfel, '16, and Genevieve .O'Leary, '16.
Old and new members will meet for
the last time this year at 6:30 o'clock
Sunday, for a supper at the Little
Mildred Carpenter, '16, Janet Mac-
Weaver, '16E, general chairnan of th
have been elected class r.epresenta-
tives on the athletic committee of the
Women's League for next year. Alice
Blodgett, '17, has been elected head of
walking squads, Jeannette Armstrong,
'17, keper of records, Helen Vander-
veer, '16, meet manager, and Clarissa
Vyn, '18, basketball manager. The
baseball manager will be elected
at the championship baseball game be-
tween the freshman and junior teams,
which will be played off as soon as the
Tickets for 'the annual June Dance
given by the Women's League, will 'be
on sale to university women at 50
cents from 8:00 o'clock until 5:00
o'clock today in the corridors of the
general library, and may also be pur-
chased at Barbour gymnasium this ev-
ening.- Dancing will begin at 8:30
Pt7T ON STUDENT VAUDEVILLE
DTURING COM ENCE MENT WEEK
Some time during commencement
week, a student vaudeville will be
given under the auspices of the Mich-
igan Union. Moving pictures will be
shown and the alumni will hear of the
new Union building project. A com-
mittee will be appointed in the near
future to make out a definite program
for the affair.
Xumni Provide Central League Prizes
Through the efforts of Prof. T. C.
Trueblood of the oratory department,
testimonials have been provided for
Michigan's representatives in the Cen-
tral Debating League. The testimo-
nials, which amount to $50 for each of
the six debaters, were raised among]
the alumni headed by Ex-congressman
Edwin Denby. This arrangement, how-
ever, is only temporary and it is ex-
pected that some alumnus will make
the necessary provision for next year.
MITES INITIATE NEW MEMBERS
AT FINAL ASSEMBLY AT UNION
At a dinner held by the Mimes so-
ciety at the Union last night, 15 new
men were initiated into the organiza-
tion. Geo. P. McMahon, '16, president,
and P. D. Koontz, '17L, president of
the Union, spoke at the dinner, which
was followed by a"short business meet-
ing. The following men were taken
in: Morrison C. Wood, '17; Grant K.
Cook, '16L; M. F. Dunne, '17L; Harry
Carlson, '17E; Frank Grover, '18; Le-
roy J. Scanlon, '16L; Harry Kerr, '16;
E. G. Hildner, '17; Theron D. Weaver,
'16E; Russell Collins, '16; Sidney
Steen, '16E; Francis Mack, '16E; J.
W. Finkenstaedt, '16; Kemp S. Burge,
'17; and Anthony J. Whitmire.
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