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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY,

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OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER AT THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Published every morning except Monday
ing the university year by the Board }n
otrol of Student Publications.
fMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Associated Press is exclusively entitled
the use for republication of all news dis-
ches credited to it or not otherwise credited
this paper and also the local news pub-
hed herein.
Entered at the postoffice atrAnn Arbor,
ichigan, as becond class matter.
Subscriptions by carrier or mail, $3.50.
)ffices: Ann Arbor Press Building.
Pnones: Business, 96o; Editorial, 2414.
Cemmunications, not to exceed 300 words,
signed, the sigriature not necessarily to ap-
r in print, but as an evidence of faith, and
ices of events will be published in The
ily at the discretion of the Editor, if left
or mailed to the office.
Unsigned communications will receive no
isideratioii. No manuscript will be re-
ned unless the writerincloses postage. t
Lhe Daily dloes not necessarily endorse the
timents expressed in the communications.
EDITORIAL STAFF

foresight or of 'preparedness for the
future.
There is nothing more pathetic in
life than a mis-placed slug.
T he Guilotine
OUR OWN GARGOYLE
("Imitation is the heighth of flattery.")
Cursory Rhyme
Hickory, dckory dock,
A mouse on the Gargoyle clock,
He took one look
At that frenzied book
And nearly died from the shock.
Gargoyle Joke Number 1
Ham--"Noah wouldn't let us play
cards on the ark."
Sandwitch--"How's that?"
Ham---"He kept sitting on the deck
all the time."

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rence Roeser...........Managing

Editor!

C. L. Jackson.............City
rry M. Carey................News-
ice Millar.............Telegraph
ton Marx.............Associate
omas F. McAllister........ Feature
vid B. Landis.......... .Sport
rguerite Clark..........Women's
rtha Guernsey..........Women's

Editor
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Kendrick Kimball.......Guillotine Editor
harles R. Osius, Jr......... .State Editor
hark K. Ehlbert........Efficiency Editor
aul A. Shinkman.........Dramatic Editor
uth Dailey ...............Exchange Editor
ISSUE EDITORS
lerbert R. Slusser Paul G. Weber
enaud Sherwood Edgar L. Rice
Williami Clarkson E. D. Flintermann
lugh W.CHitchcock J. P. Hart
REPORTERS
Marie Crozier Muriel E. Bauman
dna Apel Robert E. Swvart
'homas H. Adams John E. McManis
ichard B. Marshall C. H. Murchison
ren Ellis CMary D. Lane
C. S. Baxter
BUSINESS STAFF
[arold Makinson........Business Manager
gnes L. Abele.....Asst. Business Manager
eGrand A. Gaines....Asst. Business Manager
Wm. M.~ LeFevre.... .Asst. Business Manager
m A. Leitzinger...Asst. Business Manager
onald M. Major....Asst. Business Manager
onnell R. Schoffner..Asst. Business Manager
SENIOR STAFF
[ark B. Covell Edward Priehs, Jr.
obert E. McKean Henry Whiting II
George A. Cadwell
. ,chJUNIOR STAFF.
:urt P. Schneider Isabelle Farnum,
arold P. Lindsay Duane Miller
laynard A. Newton Geo. R. Strimbeck, Jr.
R. A. Sullivan
THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1919.
Issue Editor-Renaud Sherwood
WILL THE TRACK TEAM BE
REWARDED?
What reward will the members of
he. track team get for winning the
door Conference track champion-
hip? The University is given a lov-
g cup, but the individual names are
ot on it. The athletes get their let-
rs, to be sure, but they get them
,gardless of whether they win the
iampionship.'
They shiould be given something dis-
nctive, as a special recognition of
weir ability. Champion football men
ear a gold football on their watch-
lain. Baseball champions wear a
Did baseball.
Why should not members of the
hampion track team have something
milar? Last year the track team
on both the indoor and the outdoor
ack championships, and the individ-
al members of the team received
>thing distinctive for their efforts.
the present team wins the outdoor
Iampionship of the Conference, its
ould be all the more rewarded. In
ty event, a gold track shoe, or any-
ing that would signify that the hon-
' was won iin track, would be appro-
iate.

Gargoyle Joke Number 2
Cain--"I am feeling like a coal stove
this morning."
Abel,-"Zatso ?"
Cain-"Yes, simply grate."
Abel-"Walt a moment, I am feeling
like a nutmeg myself."
Cain-"So you are feeling like a
nutmeg ?"
Abel-"Yes, grater."
Cursory Rhyme
Mother, mother, may' I go down town
To buy a porous plaster,
I tried to laugh at a Gargoyle joke,
It caused me some disaster.
The Parlor Pessimist
The only thing more pentrating than
a falsetto voice is a fal-setto teeth.
The only man in the world who can
make both ends meet is the sausage
maker.
When you throw, a pumkin out of
the window it becomes a squash.
A crow caws, well caws.
The only time a chicken's neck Is
like a bell is when it is rung for din-
ner.
A hen lays an 'egg because she is
afraid to drop it.
If you hear a noise in the library it
probably is someone filing books.
It's the Hopping About
(All Rights Reserved)
Thirteen fleas upon my dog,
They rouse him from his slumber,
I count them softly one by one,
They are the Hopera, Number.
Gargoyle Joke Number 3
Adam-"When is a door not a
door ?"
Eve-"When 'it is a-jar."
Adam-"But this door swung open
and hit me on the ear."
Eve-"Well then, it's a jardinere."
Why Flossie Went Right
Mother-"Flossie, my dear, how do
you feel today ?"
Flossie-"Just like a bunch of lead
pencils mother, all write."

I w1omen
Tickets for Junior Girls' play and
for the Women's annual banquet will
be on sale in University hall tomor-
row from 8 to 12 o'clock in the morn-
ing and from 1 to 5 o'clock in the
afternoon.
Easter cards are wanted for the
University hospital. The cards may
be procured from Huldah Bancroft in
Barbour gymnasium. The finished
cards should be returned immediately
after spring vacation.
A special meeting of the board of
directors of the Women's league will
be held at 9 o'clock Saturday morn-
ing. As this is the last meeting of
of the board this -year, all bills should
be presented to Marguerite Chapin,
'20, before that time.
Apparatus examinations will be held
from 4 to 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon
in Barbour gymnasium. Those girls
who did not finish their work in the
preliminaries Wednesday afternoon,
should do so at this time. s
The consolation game between the
juniors and sophomores will be play-
ed at 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium. The winning
team will be awarded the consolation
banner.
All girls who have not signed the
spring sport list posted in Barbour
gymnasium should do so. All sched-
ules must be handed in immediately,
in order that the sport schedul3 may
be arranged.
Classical Club Will Consider Play
Classical club will meet at 8 o'clock
Thursday night in room A. Alumni
Memorial, hall. Dr. Orma F. Butler,
of the Latin department, will give a
short talk with regard to the coming
club play, and business in this con-
nection will be discussed.
All members are urged to be pres-
ent, and those who have not yet paid
theirdues are asked to come pre-
pared.
Michigan's paper for Michigan men.
Four thousand students read it every
morning.-Adv.

Students Urged To
Observe "lease"
That careless students force the Uni-
versity to practically waste $3,000 an-
nually is the verdict of Mr. Edward
C. Pardon, superintendent of buildings
and grounds.
Mr. Pardon claims that the yearly
expenditure for maintenance of the
campus grounds goes for naught sim-
ply because students are too lazy to
stay on the sidewalks. He says that
students do not make much better
time by cutting across the lawns, for
at most they could not save over 30
seconds in getting from one class to
another, as the campus is already a
network of walks laid out for the
greatest possible convenience.
"Michigan's campus is yourcam-
pus," Mr. Pardon went on. "Do you
treat it as such? Sheet-metal and
wooden "Please" signs have been
placed about the campus and these
have been deliberately kicked and bent
out of shape until they were unrecog-
nizable.
'This year the University will spend
$2,000 for improvements on the cam-
pus, in additional to the usual amount
required for maintenance. It is up to
the student body to make this invest-
ment profitable. Stay on the side-
walks."

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Hosmer's Practical Astronomy

I. C. S. Foundry Practice

Charles W. Graham

Successor to Sheehan & Co.

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Today at the Parlors of
STEVENS & PERSHING, -is- cA D,
Another Special Display of Spring Millinery

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The custom of rewarding
champions is not a new one.
gan has made such awards
Why not revive the custom?

track
Mich-
before.

MIS-PLACED SLUGS
Did you ever see a mis-placed line
while reading a newspaper? It us-
ually is an unaccountable jumble of
letters, or perhaps the line reads up-
side down, or maybe one line is too
far away from the line it is supposed
to follow. This is what, in newspaper
circles, is called a mis-placed slug.
When it appears in the paper, it
stands out so prominently that it at-
tracts the attention immediately. It
usually causes derision and laughter,
and if the slug were able to feel, it
would feel very forlorn and out of
place in its uncomfortably prominent
position.
How many mis-placed slugs there
are in life! Uow many men have been
mis-placed in the make-up of their
existence! How many are there who
do not fit in with their surroundings,
who do not read smoothly with the
rest of the world!
The mis-placed slug in the news-
paper is the result of carelessness on
the part of the man who corrects the
proof. But no one corrects the proof
of a man's life except the man himself.
If he becomes a mis-placed slug it is
his own fault. It is the result of his

Gargoyle Joke Number 4
Moses-"I went over to see the Dean
this morning."
Joshua-"You went over to see the
Dean on Friday morning?"
Moses-"Yes, sardine."
Cinderella's Slipper
She saw a cowslip under the fence,
She dropped her pail and dipper,
A .pillow slipped from off the line,
T'was Cinderella's slipper.
Another Version
A cinder slipped into my eye,
Said bashful little Ella,
I want to go away and die,
They call me Cinderella.
Gargoyle Joke Number 5
Abraham - "Waiter, my cocoa is
cold."
Waiter-"Put on your hat."
Famous Closing Lines
"While there is Life there is hope,"
said ye Gargoyle scribe as he reached
for the scissors and the paste pot.
LOUIS XVI.
FROSH ENGINEERS PLAN DANCE;
WILL NOT ORGANIZE GROUPS
Freshmen engineers at their as-
sembly Wednesday rescinded the mo-
tion to organize the class into groups
which could be called out to protect
their members from mob hazing, fol-
lowing the proclamation of the soph-
mores to abolish this form of disci-
pline. Organization for the spring
gaines was discussed.
Prof. W. C. Hoad explained the men-
tor system and advised the men to
get acquainted with their mentors as
soon as possible, as they will no doubt
come into contact with them after
spring vacation.
A class dance which was discussed
a week ago, but was discouraged by
many because of the' probability of
sophomore interference, seemed to be
in favor now that the danger has
been removed. A committee has been

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thought upon seeing this special group of frocks
at $23.75.
"But surely they are morn than $23.75"is one's
second thought upon being told the price.
Worth more of course, and that is why we are
making special mention of them.

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Distinctively Styled

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designers. Several decidedly novel effects are obtained by the clever use of
vestees, odd collars, and skirt draperies.
The Iaterials and Colors
Taffeta of course, is a prime favorite, although lovely printed chiffons
and figured foulards are decidedly popular. A new fabric, La- Jerse silk is
very effective.

23.75

Navy blue, french blue, Victory rose, dust,
henna, are the principal shades.
Several of the Dresses

beige, taupe, dove grey and

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