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DENTS HONOR PROFL P.HALL
Seni ors ive Rim Page in Annual
4t recent meetings of the senior
medical. dental, and homeopathic
classes, the members of the faculty to
whom these classes will dedicate their
parts of this year's Michiganensian
were chosen. Prof. Louis P. Hall was
selected by theftgraduating dents, Prof
R. D. Canfield by the last year medics,
and Prof. D. W. Myers by the senior
Work on the compilation of this
year's Michiganensian has been some-
what delayed by the illness of Louis
M. Bruch, '16, managing editor of the
book,but it seems that the record set
by the: staff of the 1915 volume will
be equalled nevertheless. This means
that within the next two weeks all
material for the Michiganensian will
be in the hands of the printers, n,1'l
that the proofs will be ready by spring;
FRESH 1" PWS FACE CHANGES IN
APPOINTMENT OF COMMITTEES
Changes in the committees of the
fresh law class will be made because
the old apponitments were not in ac-;
cord with the requirements of the of-
ficial constitution of universityl
classes which was adopted at a class
meeting yesterday afternoon. hTe newt
appointments will be announced at a;
meeting of the class next week.-
Though the St. Patrick's day dance1
which had been planned for this Fri-l
day night will not be held, there will1
he a smoker on the Thursday beforel
Spring vacation and a dance the sec-
ond week after vacation.
G. M. Coulter, '18L, was appointed to
the advisory committee.
WEBSTER 1101D8 TRY-OUTS FOR
(1P DEBATE WITII ALPA NUl
Webster Debating society will holdl
try-outs for the annual cup debate on
Saturday evening, March 18. At that1
time a team will be chosen to meet1
Alpha Nu in the semi-finals April 5.7
The winners of this contest will de-
bate in the finals on April 28.
In the try outs Saturday, each con-
testant will speak eight minutes on
either side of the following question:
Resolved, that the government, state
and national, should have exclusive
control of the manufacture and sale of
arms and munitions of war.
OBJECTS' To EDITORIA
1). A. V1RAlX TES EXCEPION
TO STAND ON BILLIARD HALL
A HVERTISEIWE N
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
It is evident from your editorial of
March 9, that we take issue on the
question: Should The Michigan Daily
advertise billiard halls?
Two statements of the editorial
cloud the issue. The first is to the ef-
fect that billiard hall money is nec-
essary for the maintenance of the
paper, and the second that the ex-
clusion of billiard hall advertisements
would make The Daily guardian of
the minor in compelling respect of the
law. As to the first I ask two ques-
tions. Is The Daily compelled to
take advertisements irrespective of
the source? If the Board in Control
were to forbid such a use of the col-
mnis would the paper's prosperity
end? As to the second its absurdity
is apparent. No one expects ,The
Daily to be the minor's guardian-
but all expect The Daily to direct prin-
ciple by approving, disapproving or
remaining silent on matters affect-
ing student life. By ceasing to ad-
vertise billiard halls The Daily vir-
tually becomes a passive guardian
against the inroad of such places into
student publications, and the minor
thus noting the paper's attitude is
impressed by its example and thus
helped in helping the law keep him
from billiard halls.
Now for the issue itself. There ca
be no distinction as to classes of halls
as the editorial would have us believe;
and their advertisements should not
be inserted in a student paper. The
law has seen fit to partially express
public sentiment against billiard halls
by excluding minors therefrom, It
has made no separate statute for vile
halls or for good halls. The general
public expects to see its protective
measures obeyed, and when.The Daily
inserts a billiard hall advertisement
the public asks, "Why does a state
institution to which we send our sons
-mostly minors when entered-so-
licit the recognition of a place from
which the law excludes minors and
around which there is an odium we
do not approve?" The public never
asks "Is it clean?" Furthermore it
fails to differentiate between the pa-
per and the institution.
Advertising is based largely on psy-
chology. What right has anyone to
assume that it will appeal to those
over age and not to minors? Be the
hall clean or vile it entices the minors
by its advertisements and this is a
big reason why classification of bil-
liard halls is a poor policy.
Every time The Daily billiard hall
advertisement sows the desire in the
mind of a minor to go, or actually
causes him to go to such a place it
throws a slur on the law. Such an
action is bad enough when done by a
soulless, machine paper, but inex-
cusable when committed by a student
publication which purports to repre-
sent a great state educational insti-
tution that stands for and endeavors
to instill in its students respect for
the citizen and the citizen's law.
D. A. GRAHAM, '16.
Syracuse to Abolish Class Societies
Syracuse, Mar. 15.-That all under-
class societies should be abolished here
was the decision of the Interfraternity
Conference at the meeting yesterday.
The societies affected by this ruling
are Theta Nu Epsilon, Skull and Ser-
pent, the Siwash club, Beta Delta Beta,
and Pi Phi Mu. This action was taken
in the interest of the fraternities.
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Prombieit ien to Speak oni March 30
Dr. James P. Haney, director of.
drawing in the high schools of New
York city, and Prof. Royal B. Farnum,
supervisor of drawing and industrial
training of the state of New York,
are scheduled to speak here on Thurs-
day, March 30, during the schoolmas-
These men are both celebrated lec-
turers and authorities in their line.
Prof. Hollister to Resume Classes
Prof. R. D. Hollister, of the oratory
department, who has been quarantined
in his home for more than three weeks
on account of scarlet fever in the fam-
ily, is expected to resume charge of
his classes on Monday.
Dr. Laird Leaves for Father's Bedside
Dr. J. S. Laird, of the chgmistry de-
partment, has been called out of town
by the illness of his father.
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