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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THU

)FFICIAL NEWSPAPER AT THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
ublished every morning except Monday
rig the universityyear by the Board in
trol of Student Publications.
MBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
he Associated Press is exclusively entitled
be use for republication of all news dis-
hes credited to it or not otherwise credited
his paper and also the local news pub-
d herein.
ntered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
hijgan, as ,second class matter.
bcriptionesby carrier or mail, $3.5o.
lces : Ann Arbor Press Building.
io> es: Business. 960; Editorial, 2414.

east. Steketee was the only western
man to be selected by Camp for the
first team.
It is a matter .of pride to Michigan
that one of her players should be so
far superior to eastern fullbacks, with
years of professional coaching in
high-priced prep schools behind them,
as to be placed in a premier position
in his freshman year. Michigan men
know that Steketee deserves the hon-
or, and students of all classes rejoice
with him. Steketee is to be particu-
larly congratulated because there was
no dearth of first-class material from
which to choose. Mr. Camp says that
college football material this year was
as good as ever.
But while we do honor to Steketee,

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the place-kick will be a failure. The
guards, the tackles, the ends and the
halfbacks must hold their men; if one
fails the place-kicker cannot make a
successful kick.
But Steketee's companions did not
fail. Each contributed his utmost to
the good of the whole. That is the
spirit of Michigan. And it gives every
member of the team as good a right
to be proud of Steketee's recognition
by Mr. Camp as Steketee himself. In
honoring Steketee we are honoring the
entire team.
Freshmen are glad to hear that the
completion of the Union building is to
be rushed. They may be able to en-
tertain their fathers there when they
graduate.

Communications not to exceed 3o words,
signed, the signature not necessarily to ap-
ar in print, but as an evidence of faith, and
aiesa of events will be published' in The
ally at the discretion of the Editor, if left
tor mailed to the office.
Uns:ignd communications will receive no
nsideratipn. No manuscript will be re-
ined unless the writer incloses postage.
The Daily does not necessarily endorse the
ntiments expressed in the communications.
lidred C. Mighell.......Managin Editor
aaold Makison.........Business Manager
incent H. Riordan...........News Editor
iarles R. Osius, Jr....... City Edor
arg urite Clark ..... .. .Night Edtor
uses C. J. Martin......elegraph Edito
vid B. L~andis.......... .Sport Editor
artha Guernsey.. ...Women's Editor
ark K. Ehlbert...........Associate Editor
arence Roeser ......Associate Editor
nie .:Davis... .......Literary Editor
-Gand A. Gaines..Advertising Mnager
poe L. Abele.......Publication Manager
nald M. Major...Circulation Manager
in. . ,LeFevre..........Office Manager
ISSUE EDITORS
;eph A. Bernstein PaulG. Weber
race W. Porter Philip Ringer
ith Dailey E. D. Flintermann
REPORTERS
irwaret Christie EHerman Lustfield
ne Ells Bowen Schumacher
.na Apel Henry O'Brien
aie Crozier Mary D. Lane
Renaud Sherwood
BUSINESS STAFF
irk B. Covell Robert E. McKean
lward Priehs, Jr. Clare W. Weir
a R. Welsh Wm. A. Leizinger
re A. Cadwell Donnell R. Shffner
Schoerger Hnry Whiting 11
THIURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1919.
;ssue Editor--Benaud Sherweed
DELIVER THE GOODS
[n establishing the conditions under;
bikl credit can be earned this sem-
er by men recently released from
military units, the faculty offered'
square deal and wherever possible
benefit of any doubt might exist.
e slate was wiped clean and it was
"Upposed that the man who does
clwork during these few weeks
le the situation allows him to if he
,hs .would have done as well all
.1 if he had had the chance. The
ulty man has assumed that the stu-
at is his comrade in self-develop-
it even though the students does
always reciprocate.
Row it is up to us not to abuse this
ifidelce, or in any way lower the
sition of this or future generations
students to that of word school
ildren, of whom nothing can be as-
cued as far as will and persistence
d purposelessness are concerned.
th the lenient conditions given, this
s not, mean that anyone of ordin-
powers of assimilation and .de-
mination need to put his nose to the
ndstone and wear blinders in order
keep his eyes from wandering from
It does mean putting work first
ring these few weeks and concen-
ting on it during the time dedicat-
to it. Having done this, there will
found to be plenty of time left for
reation and social activity. A sat-
actory finish to this semester will
an immense help to a good begin-
ig for next, when that beautiful
ng know as a fresh. start will be
the reach of all of us. We have
in trusted to make good, and to-
her and individually we are prom-
g ourselves not to betray that

we must not forget his teammates.
Some of them, to Michigan men, will
seem as much entitled to official All-
American recognition as Steketee. To
use one example out of several possi-
ble ones, Mr. Camp placed Usher, of
Syracuse, as tackle on his first team.
and relegated Angus Goetz, of Michi-
gan, to his third team. As a matter
of fact, those two men were pitted
against each other on Ferry field and
the Michigan man clearly outplayed
his opponent.
Leaving aside questions of individ-
uals, however, Michigan must place
her entire team in the All-American
class, for its All-American spirit.
Steketee was named premier fullback
because of his place-kicking ability,
primarily. Now neither Steketee, nor
any other man, could place-kick un-
less he had the wholehearted and
capable support of his entire team. It
takes time to get off a successful place-
kick, and the team as a whole must
battle for the few seconds' freedom
that the place-kicker has. The cent-
er, pounded and bruised by the heav-
iest and strongest men on the opposi-
tion team, tired as he may be, his
hands numbed from buffeting, slip-
pery, heavy, as the ball may be, must
pass that ball to within a fraction of
an inch of accuracy. That takes cool
ness and gameness and endurance be-
yond praise on the part of the center.
The qiarterback must do his share in
placing the ball, and if there is an iota
of lost time or motion in his work

Iceland has been recognized as a
separate nation. It is a trifle doubt-
ful whether it will become a member
of the Major League.
Ancient habit reasserts itself.
Former S. A. T. C.ers are coming to
class late.
The Christmas neckties were not re-
ceived with the usual scorn this year.
CHURCH AND Y WORKERS AT-
TEND POST-WAR MEETINGS
Mr. N. C. Fetter, who for the past
two years has been the secretary of
I the University Y. M. C. A., is at
present in Chicago attending a con-
vention of the Church Boards of Edu-
cation which is being held at the La
Salle hotel of that city. The conven-
tion has met to plan reconstruction
work along educational lines.
Mr. F. C. Hefley, also of the Y. M.
C. A., and Mr. H. L. Meyer, the edu-
cational director at the Congregation-
al church, have just returned from a
week's school at Camp Custer. About
a hundred men from the state of
Michigan attended the school to study
the problem of the returned soldier
and to devise plans for re-establish-
ing him in civilian life.
For service and results try a Daily
Want Ad.-Adv.

WUomen I
Because of the presentation of "The
Kleptomaniac," by Masques at the
Women's league party Friday after-
noon, the business meeting previous-
ly announced has been postponed to
4 o'clock, Wednesday afternoon.
There will be a rehearsal of "Neigh-
bors" from 7 to 9 o'clock tonight in
room 302, Mason hall.
The board of the Women's Athletic
association will'meet at 7, o'clock to-
night at the home of Miss Marian
Wood, 716 Hill street.
The Womens league will entertain
at a New Year's party at 3:30 o'clock
Friday afternoon on Barbour gymnas-
ium. "The Kleptomaniac," a playlet,
will be given by Masques.
Beginning this week the basketball.
schedule will be as follows: Monday,
seniors and sophomores at 5 o'clock;
Tuesday, seniors and freshmen at 5;
Wednesday, sophomores and juniors
at 3; Thursday, juniors and freshmen
at 5. All basketball teams will be
selected by February 15. Girls who
are interested in making the team
should therefore report regularly.
Women's League to Entertain Friday
The first party of the year will be
given by the Women's league at 3:30
o'clock Friday afternon in Barbour
gymnasium. A playlet entitled "The
Kleptomaniac," to be given by
Masques, will be the feature of the
party. In addition to this, dancing,
with Ike Fischer's orchestra as music,
will be offered to entertain the guests.
Refreshments will be served by the
advisory board of the league -and an
unusually large crowd is expected to
meet the members of the board.
Mrs. Wilson Honored by Italians
Rome, Italy, Jan. 8.-While visiting
a Red Cross hospital in Italy Mrs.
Wilson was presented with the Ital-
ian cross of merit.

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Students! Eat where you get the proper kind of
food. All Home Cooked Food.

UNIVERSITY
BOOK STORE

Lunch, 11:45-12:45
Dinner, 5:30-6:30

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Lunch and Dinner, per week, $5.00

Service Table d'Hote

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Here'shoping you have a fine New Year. -Sheehan
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hill dispose of at a great sacrifice to make room for our
SpringStock.
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ALL-AMERICAN AND
ALL-MICHIGAN
Walter Camp, the best known au-
rity in American football, has an-
inced his All-American team and
named Frank Steketee, of Michi-
L, as fullback. Steketee is thus
ned by an Eastern man, coach of
of the leading eastern universities,
Mse sympathies are all with the
t, as superior'in ability to any oth-
fullback in the country, even in the

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