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EITURES OF INTEREST
IN ISSUEOf INLANDER
Material in May Number Offers Solu-
tion for Debated Campus
Almost an hour before the scheduled
time, the May number of The Inlander
was put on sale yesterday. Many fea-
tures of interest appeared.
Of the seven editorials dealing with
subjects of interest to the university,
perhaps the one entitled "Is the Melt-
ing Pot Boiling?" deserves the great-
est amount of serious thought on the
part of the reader, treating as it does
Michigan's reception of her foreign
students. Cap Night, the forum policy
of the magazine, the Shakespearean
pageant, and the engineering exhibit
furnish subjects for other pointed ed-
Werner W. Schroeder, '16L, express-
es the opinion that the Michigan Union
has been criticised somewhat unjustly
by those- who judge conditions but
superficially. Circumstances which
are deserving of censure, he declares,
will undergo a radical change for the
better with the erection of the new
T. Hawley Tapping, '16L, proposes
a plan by which Michigan's alleged
over-organization might be obviated,
each society made to serve a distinct
need, each to receive the best efforts
of members and officers, and prospec-
tive members made to centralize their
The short story, "Master David,"
by Grace Boynton, grad., shows a
deep insight into the several natures
of the two "Friends" and the high-
spirited girl concerned. Thehstory is
tense and full of dramatic incident.
In his playlet, "Recrucified," E. P.
Wright, '16, vividly points out that a
crucifixion of the Christ occurs upon
the commission of each crime.
In striking contrast to this is the
short story, "Her French Blood," by
Mifrian Hubbard, '16, in which an
amusing anti-climax is brought about
by the thrilling rescue of the heroine,
"Josephine," who has tried to drown
herself in four feet of water. A Swe-
dish grocery boy is the hero.
Each of the four poems is not with-
out its striking passages, approaching
sometimes to positive beauty of both
thought and expression.
Three hundred copies of the maga-
zine were sold upon the campus with-
in an hour after it had been placed
on sale. The State street book
stores announce that little more than
200 copies remain.
PLAN TO HOLD PICNIC
INDEPENDENT GIRLS' CLUB TO
MAKE TRIP TO CASCADE GLEN
ON MONDAY NEXT
To take the place of a regular meet-
ing, the Independent Girls' club will
hold a picnic Monday, May 22, at Cas-
cade Glen. Members are asked to
meet at 5:00 o'clock in Barbour gym-
nasium. The society will provide cof-
fee, but each girl is expected to bring
her own lunch. Freshman women, al-
though not eligible to membership,
will be welcome as guests.
Tickets for the freshman supper, to
be held Monday, May 22, at 5:30
o'clock in Barbour gymnasium, must
be secured by Saturday, May 20. They
may be obtained from Mrs. Blackburn
or Dean Jordan's secretary, at the
gymnasium, or from representatives in
both residence halls.
Freshman women who are taking re-
quired gymnasium work should look
on the bulletin board in the Women's
league room in University hall for no-
tices of absences from Miss Evans. A
number of these notices were placed
there last week and have not yet been
taken down. Girls should look under
the first letter of their last names for
The second round of the tennis tour-
nament must be played off by Friday,
May 19. Winners in the first round
are expected to look up their partners
for the second round without being
notified. In the senior class, Ellen
Sargeant and Catherine MacBride will
play for the class championship.
Omega Phi will meet this afternoon
at 4:00 o'clock at Alpha Chi Omega
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WATER IN THE MILK
The Inlander is out with a con-
structive suggestion that should be
taken hold of immediately. It is writ-
ten by a man who knows whereof he
speaks. He suggests, as a cure for!
an over-indulgence .in campus activ-!
ities, a scheme modeled after the
"point system" now in use by the
women. He mentions a remedy tried
by the faculty, viz., that of requiring a
certain standard of scholastic work
from the ambitiously inclined, as a
condition to holding office of any sort,
but goes on to state that "even these
restrictions have failed to curb the!
ambitions and the dreams of under-'
classmen." The reason assigned for
this is that "by dint of last-minute
study and natural brilliance he is able
to dodge the precipice of scholastic
failure." All this is perfectly true. The
campus man squanders his energy in
a broad field. He skims the surface
but does not scrape the depths. He
dilutes his efforts by haste and lack
of thought. There is too much water
in the milk.
A point system will go a long way
toward remedying this evil. But along
with a point system should go a re-
vision of the scheme tried without
much success by the faculty. Medical
and dental students are too taken up
with the work of their curriculi to mix
in other affairs. Laws and engineers
are given enough study so that they
must limit their outside activities to
one line. The lits, however, are the
prodigals. You can find a lit mixed up
in everything on the campus.
We think we can see a connection
between this and the boast of a cer-
tain well known senior lit to the ef-
fect that he was able to get through
college by the expenditure of four
hours of work a week. He did this,
not by shady means, but by taking
advantage of the Phi Beta Kappa
courses in the lit curriculum. His
natural store of unexpended surplus
energy forced him into outside activ-
-LITS NOMINATE COUNCILMEN
Verne Burnett and Gray Muzzy Choice
of Cass; Election on Friday
At the junior lit class meeting held
yesterday, Verne E. Burnett, '17, and
H. Gray Muzzy, '17, were nominated
for student councilmen.
Election will be held Friday from
3:00 to 5:00 o'clock in front of the Li-
brary, at which time Y. R. Althseler,
class treasurer, will collect delinquent
Fresh Lits to Elect Contest Captains
A meeting of the freshman' literary
class will be held in room 203, Tap-
pan hall, this afternoon at 4:00 o'clock
to elect captains for the lightweight
tug-of-war team, the pushball contest,
and for the second relay team.
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Law Honor Society Brings Distinguish-
ed New York Lawyer Here May 26
On Friday of next week, May 26, will
occur the annual public address of
the Order of the Coif, honor society
of the lawschool. Thesspeaker who
will appear this year is the distin-
guished New York lawyer, Frederic R.
Coudert, who will speak on *the sub-
ject, "Some Current Problems in In-
ternational Law." No one in this coun-
try is better fitted to discuss this sub-
ject, both from knowledge of the prin-
ciples of international law and fanmil-
iarity with its practice.
During the present European war
Mr. Coudert, through interviews in the
eastern press and in articles and pub-
lic addresses, has given some of the
soundest information and advice which
the country has received on the vexed
qluestions of international rights and
relations. This subject has become so
critically important to the United
States and its citizens that the officers
of the Order of the Coif have been
endeavoring for several months to
induce Mr. Coudert to make an ad-
dress in Ann Arbor upon some of these
crucial international problems, but not
until the present time have their ef-
forts met with success.
Through an error, it was announced
in The Daily that Mr. Coudert's lec-
ture would take place May 18.
Johnson Announces Engagement
Adna t. Johnson, Jr.. '19L, business
m,.anager of The Michigan D~aily during
;he college year of 1913-14, announced
lhis engagement to Miss Louise Craw-
ford of Ironton, O., yesterday. Johnson
is a member of the Kappa Sigma frat-
Don't throw away that old trunk.
We will repair it. Koch & Henne, 300
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More than 125 members of the
Michigan Homeopathic Medical soci-
ety met last night in Barbour gymna-
sium for the annual banquet tendered
them by the local homeopathic medi-
cal school faculty. A six-course din-
ner was served and was followed by
brief speeches by Prof. D. W. Myers,
who acted as toastmaster, Dr. W. G.
Paterson, president of the society, Dr.
R. R. Mellon, Dr. Harriet A. Knott, and
Dr. G. Harlan. Wells. After the ban-
quet a reception and dance were held
in the reception rooms. Dr. C. E. Saw-
yer, of Marion, O., who was to have
been the main speaker of the eve-
ning, was unable to be present. Dr.
Harlan Wells, who was not to have
given his paper until today, spoke
yesterday afternoon in order that he
might get back to his work in Phila-
,The program for this morning's ses-
sion, which will start at 9:00 o'clock,
includes talks by Dr. H. G. Grover, of
Jackson, on- "Homeopathy," and
by Prof. D. W. Myers, on "Ho-
meopathy.: Its Relation to Modern
Science, and, the Laboratory as the
Connecting Link Between the Two."
At the afternoon session Dr. A. B.
Armsbury will speak on the subject,
"The Family Doctor's Last Stand,"
Prof. W. Myers will give a paper on
Pres.: C. A. Riegelman, '9
44 Cedar St., Tel. John 972
Secly. E. E. A. Stone, '12
81 Fulton St., Tel. Beekman, 4252
"The Eye and 'Ear," and Dr. C.
Beeman of Grand Rapids will talk
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Peninsula Club Plans Dance
The Tipper Peninsula club will give
an informal dance at ite Ypsilanti
Country cleb on Thursday, Ju ie 1.
Arrangements have 'eea made for a
special car to leave the corner of
State and Packard on the night of the
dance at 8:00 o'clock.
Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
are the reliable business men of your
city. It , will pay you to patronize
Good Road Enthusiasts Meet Today
Good road enthusiasts of Washtenaw
county will meet at the court house
in this city this afternoon at 2:00
o'clock. Among other things, they will
adopt a constitution and by-laws for
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