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id M. Major....Asst. Business Manager
el R. Schoffner..Asst Business Manager
k B. Covell Edward Priehs, Jr.
art E. McKean Henry Whiting II
ge A. Cadwell J. Duane Miller
nard A. Newton R. A. Sullivan
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Dld P. Lindsay Geo. R. Strimbeck, Jr.
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James A. KAnedy, I.
FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1919.
ssue Editor-Renaud Sherwood
WHY NOT A REGATTA?
few years ago, a regatta on the
'on was one of the events of the
r. The banks of the river were
Wded with spectators, the day was
ada one, and the occurrence on the
r to becoming an institution.
ut it seems that the regatta is a
g of the past. The latest proposal
0 combine the event as it has ex-
:' in former years Aith a swimming
ut regardless of the final form it
ltake, there is no, reason why
.igan should not have a regatta.
ong all the games and contests that
place during the year, there is:
e of more interest and pleasure to
onlookers than the races on the
hie plans for a regatta are now un-
way. Whether they will succeed
ends on the attitude of the students
will take part. There should be
ack of contestants. Canoeing is a.
t popular sport, and the list of
icipants should be proportionately
yearly regatta should be one of
bere is no question of the success
sch an attempt. Why not then
re the attempt?
LANTERN STIRS INTEREST
SENIOR THANKS OHIO PAPER
FOR CALLING ATTENTION TO
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
The editorial quoted in the Daily.of
May 7 from the Ohio State Lanterni
was not so much an eye-opener as it;
might have been, and I think I am,
voicing the general attitude of the
women of Michigan when I say that
I was not surprised to see that other
people coming here for a short stay,
or hearing superficially of the condi-
tions and attitude at Michigan, are apt
to get that very idea that pervaded
the Lantern's editorial.
On the surface, wat the Lantern
said was to a large extent true-about
the women being merely endured, bt
the girls who come here are taught
to disregard that attitude and laugh
ot it, just as the men who come here
carry over from year to year the idea
that this state instiution is for them
primarily, and that the women are
to be tolerated. It cannot be denied
there is that attitude here, not among
all men students perhaps, carried over
in a modified extent, from the old days
when the advent of women to the Uni-
versity was witnessed with consterna-
tion and scorn by most of the men
then attending. There must be some-
thing to keep that attitude alive, but
the women realize that it is not so
deep rooted as it appears, and that it
is merely voiced by a certain faction
who should have gone to Harvard, but
who keep it alive from year to year,
instilling in the freshman mind that
that is the way to regard the "co-eds."
Michigan women overlook this, realiz-
ing that Michigan men do have that
"innate sense of respect and courtesy
due a woman," but nevertheless, al-
though this state of affairs which the
Lantern airs is not true, other uni-
versities are apt to receive this im-
pression, and they are justified in
quoting such matters as being typical
of Michigan when they do not know,
as we do, that it is largely put on.
One statement that the Lantern made
I do wish to take exception to, the
women of Michigan are just as confid-
ent of being treated with respect wher-
ever they, may go, as the women of
Ohio, and it.is rare that w areethe
object of that familiar attitude the
Lantern applied to the men of Mich-
The papers of the state, especially
of Detroit, do not help to establish a
healthy idea of Michigan throughout
the state, when they choose to exag-
gerate this attitude and run down and
color conditions here. It is factors
like that which cause other colleges
and outsiders to have and spread the
idea which the Lantern expressed, but
I wish to thank the Lantern for bring-
ing to the minds of us at Michigan a
fault which lies in our .midst, and
which it is necessary to correct.
COSMOPOLITAN CLUB TO HEAR
BRITISH LECTURER TONIGHT
Joyn E. Hewson, A.B., L.L.B., of To-
ronto university, will speak before the
Cosmopolitan club at 7:30 o'clock Fri-
day night in Lane hall. His subject
will be "The Doctrine of Self-Deter-
mination of Nations and Its Applica-
Mr. Hewson is a prominent British
scholar and lecturer andmis thoroughly
familiar with the history and political
questions of his country. He has writ-
ten for the "Westminster Review," and
other leading British journals, and is
at present writing a history of the
world war. In 1903, Mr. Hewson's
prophecies regarding a world war were
derided, but his keen insight is now
given due recognition.
The lecture will be free and the pub-
lic is invited.
Daily advertising is profitable.--Adv
Miss McHugh will be in Barbour
gymnasium Friday to interview all
students interested in home service!
Dean, Myra B. Jordan will be in
Grand Rapids Friday. While there
she will address the girls of Junior
Girls interested in working at sum-
mer resorts or small hotels in north-
ern Michigan should see Dean Myra
- in -
Frances Hlodgson Burneftt's'
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Michigan "M" Book, Loose Leaf, Large Size . . .
Mighigan IM" Book, Loose Leaf, Small Size . . .
Michigan Memory Book, Black Cloth Cover, loose leaf with 'M"
or seal ingold . . . . . . . . . .
Michigan Souvenir Photos of Buildings and Grounds . . .
SATURDAY-7 :34)P. AM.
St udents Welcome
A picnic will be given Sunday mort-
ing by the old board' of the Women's
Athletic association in honor of the -
new board. Members of both boards Dr. Harrington at' Clark University
will meet at 8 o'clock Sunday morning Dr. E. A. Harrington, who was
at Barbour gymnasium. The picnic formerly an instructor in physics
will be held at School Girls' glen. here, is now connected with the phys-
__________________ical1 laboratories at Clark university,
Engraving and plate-printing ,awhere :he went after resigning his
Specialty-Bring your card plate to IEcommission as lieutenant in the
Wahr's University Bookstore.-Adv. navy.
Iichigan Banners, .Pennants, Pillows, jewelry,,etc.
in great bariety
For Traveling Anywhere Anytime
You will enjoy using the
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks as issued by this bank. They
come in denominations of $10, $20, $50 and $100, are cashed
by Banks, Hotels, Railroads, etc., without identification.
Farmers & Mechanics Bank
101-105 5. Main 330 S. State St.
A Box of Candy
PACKED FRESH DAILY
709 N. UNIVERSITY
DI. 13. GRENNAN,
Now Open for Business
1 .14 Nickels Arcade
Special Sale of
SEASON IS HERE
6. Handsome Gowns
at very attractive
Our Gown business this season has been phenomenal-
two and one-half times the sales of previous seasons. The
excellent character of the merchandise, coupled with ex-
A' Trial Solicited
ceedingly attractive models and
been responsible for
Commencing Friday morning we shall give our friends
an unusual opportunity to buy
State and William Sts.
FRESH EVERY FRIDAY
MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDIES
T I C E ' S, 117 South Main St.
We have purchased two lots of fine gowns from our reg-
ular manufacturers at a very special price, and have ad-
ded quite a number of gowns from our own stock to make
the offering complete.
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Local Cars East Bound-6:oo a. m., 9:05 a.
m. and every two hours to 9:05 p. m., 10:50
p. m. To Ypsilanti only, 11:45 p. m., 12:20
a. m., 1:io a. Fn., and to Saline, change at
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Coca-Cola quality, recorded in the
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Demand the genuine by full name
--nicknames encourage substitution.
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Mostly Junior and Miss-
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The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital and Surplus, $550,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North University Aye.