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TUESDAY, MAY 27,1919.

THF MJ IlkGAN DAILY

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FFICIAL NEWSPAPER AT THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
blished every morning except Monday
g the universit year by the Board in
-ol of Student I ubications.
[BER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
e Associated Press is exclusively entitled
e use for republication of all news dis-
es credited to it or not otherwise credited
is paper and also the local news pub-
d herein.
tered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor.
iigan, as. second class matter.
bacriptions by carrier or mail, $3.59.
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pones: Business, 96o; Editorial, 2414.
mmunications not to exceed 300 words,
pied, the signature not necessarily to ap-
in print, but asan evidence of faitk, and
es of events will be published in The
r at thevdiscretion of the Editor, if left
mniled to the office.
signed communications will receive no
deration. No manuscript will be re-
d unless the writer incloses postage.
e Daily does not necessarily endorse the
ments expressed in the communications
EDITORIAL STAFF
nce Roeser. ......Managing Editor
y M. Camy..............News Editor
e Millar . .. ..... ...City Editor.
n Marx... .... ....Associate Editor
ias F. McAllister.......Feature Editor
K. Ehibert.......Teleraph Editor
d B. Landis...... ...Sport Editor
aurite Clark......... men's Editor
ha Guernsey..........W:omen's Editor
A Shinkman.......Dramatic -Editor
Apel .... ........Music Editor
Dailey'...... ....Exchange Editor
ard Wohl. ..........Literary Editor
ISSUE EDITORS
ert R. Slusser Paul G. Weber
ad Sherwood Edgar L. Rice
W. Hitchcock J. P. Hart
William Clarkson
REPORTERS'.
as H, Adams John E. McManis
ard B. Marshall C. H. Murchison
Ellis Mary D. Lane
na Schermerhorn John I. Dakin
ur W. Brown Logan Trumbull
merson Swart Stewart Baxter
e Crozier Muriel E. Bauman
BUSINESS STAFF
Id Makinson .........Business Manager
S L. Abele......Asst. Business Manager
and A. Gaines...Asst. Business Manager
M. LeFevrer....Asst. Business Manager
A. Leitzinger.. Asst. Business Manager
id M. Major....Asst. Business Manager
cll R. Schoffner..Asst. Business Manager

DEFENDS "SOPH STAND
'21 MEN SAY FRESHMEN NEEDED
DISCIPLINING; ADMIT PRACTICE
WAS CARRIED TO EXTREME
Editor, The Michigan Daily: -
Yes! In the attempt to uphold what
we, the sophomores, firmly believed
to be a Cap night custom, the true
Michigan spirit was over-stepped. But
first permit us conscientiously and
seriously consider the situation.
Thatthe men of '22, due to the free-
dom which they enjoyed Minder the
regime of the S. A. T. C., have taken
advantage of the leniency offered them
by the sophomores and even have
gone out of their way to- arouse the
sophomores, is common knowledge
among the freshmen as well as upper
classmen.
Further, this Cap night custom, in
which we participated last year, tak-
ing it as a matter of course and which
then received no comment, was clearly
a Michigan tradition. No matter what
the opinion today is regarding this
tradition, before Friday night it was
generally accepted.
This custom of "applying the pad-
dle" is comparatively of recent ori-
gin. Having begun a few years ago
with a light application, like the push-
ball contest, it has constantly grown
into a tradition whose bad points out-
weigh its good. It is clear now that
when this custom started it had the
germ which was bound to develop in-

The Girls' Glee club will hold its
regular rehearsal at 4:30 o'clock this
afternoon" in Barbour gymnasium.
The finance committee of the Alum-
nae house campaign will meet at 7
o'clock Wednesday evening at the Chi
Omega house. All repgrts must be
turned in at this time. The commit-
tee will not meet, Tuesday night at
Alumnae house.
Dean Myra B. Jordan will not be
in her office Tuesday morning.
The University Y. W. C. A. cabinet
will hold a luncheon at noon today at
the City Y. W. C. A. This luncheon will
replace the annual picnic. A business
meeting will be held immediately aft-
ter the luncheon.
Girls are urged to leave any scraps
of yarn they may have at Barbour
gymnasium in care of Huldah Ban-
croft. The yarn will be given to the
children at the Homoeopathic hos-
pital.
VIVISECTION NOT
CARRIED TOO FAR
"There is very little unnecessary
vivisection," stated Dean Victor C.
Vaughan, of the Medical school, when

iately. Those who have not signified
their intention of taking the course
should hand in their names to the
Michigan Union without delay.--Adv.
There will be a dance at St. Thom-
as' Hall on Wednesday, May 28th.
Diamond's Orchestra. Single admis-
sion 35c.-Adv.

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says that if you're reading this column
at 8:30 this morning you can picture
her dashing up to the millinery salon,
to be the first to snatch a bargain in
the Millinery Clearance which starts
today and ends Thursday.

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STAFF
Eward Priehs, Jr.
Henry Whiting 11
J, 7uane Miller
R.A. Sullivanj

JUNIOR STAFF
Schneider Isabelle Farnum
Strimbeck, Jr. Harper Moore
k. Kennedy, Cr. Arthur L. Glazier
UESDAY, MAY 27, 1919.
Editor-Brewster Campbell

r meeting of the entire
wrille held at b o'clock
R'oon In the reportorial

to something harmful. Now that the asked his opinion as to the bill which
custom shows itself in its true light, has been introduced into the national
it is certain that it must be cast out senate providing for' the regulation of
of Michigan's traditions. We as sopho- vivisection in the District of Columbia.
mores are as ready to assist in weed- "Several committee have come to the
ing out false traditions of Michigan University and look into the matter,"
as anyone else. he went on, "but we have never had
TWO SOPHOMORES. any trouble with any of these. They
have always seen the necessity of
E ngineering N ews For several years ther have been
laws in England of a similar nature
and only liciensed professors have
Senior engineers will meet at the been allowed to use animals for ex-
senior benches near the Engineering periemental purposes. When asked as
building between 3:15 and 3:30 o'clock to whether he felt that it would work
Wednesday in cap and gowns. They a hardship upon the medical profes-
will then attend the Notre Dame game sion, he stated that that depended
in a body. entirely upon the men who were given
power to enforce the law.
Positions in its cadet school are
offered to Michigan engineers by the BAY CITY STUDENTS ABOUT
Bailey Meter company of Cleveland. TO ORGANIZE SECTIONAL CLUB
This calls for a year of training dur-
ing which time the students are paid.
Six months of the year is spent in Bay City students will meet at Lane
the meter works, two months in the hall at 7 o'clock tonight to formulate
boiler operation, three months in cus- plans for an organization of a section-
tomers' plants, and one month in ex- al club which will represent the Uni-
perimental work and engineering cal- versity in their home town. This
culations. E. A. Hitchcock, former meeting is one of a series held under
professor of experimental engineering the auspices of the Y. M. C. A.
at Ohio State university, supervises
the studies' of the men. Five hours There has been a great deal of com-
each week will be devoted to lecture ment as to Mr. Hoyer's visit to Ann
on subjects related to the meter Arbor for the purpose of giving a
works. course in dancing and why the price
During the first six months of em- of five dollars for the ten lessons was
ployment a salary of $90 a month will s0 oeasonable. The truth ot the mat-
be paid and after that the remunera- ter was learned by a reporter of The
tion and advancement will be made Daily who had an interview with Mr.
in proportion to the ability of the Shuter at the Michoigan Union. Mr.
worker.r Shuter was the man who "found" Mr.
Only 20 to 30 university men will be Hoyer and saw the possibilities in
taken -for this course next year from him and started him on his career.
various institutions. Any one wishing Mr. Hoyer has never forgotten this
to apply for one of these positions and said that he hoped in someway to
should inquire of Prof. J. E. Ems- return this knidness and when Mr.
Weller. Shuter asked him to come and in-
struct the boys intending to try out
for next year's Opera, Mr. Hoyer
The same company also offers posi- gladly consented and said he would
tions to juniors during the summer come for his expenses, hence the rea-
at a salary of $75 'a month and car sonable price charged for the lessons.
fare to and from Cleveland. The work This is an opportunity that the stu-
will be not the ordinary routine shop dents perhaps will never have again
kind but will -be in such things as as- and one they should take advantage
sembling and testing boilers. Some of of, for Mr. Hoyer is undoubtedly the
the applicants will be placed in the foremost dancer we have on the stage
order department and the office. Par- today. Mr. Hoyer will arrive in Ann
ticulars may be secured from Prof. Arbor Thursday morning from New
J. E. Emsweiler. York and lessons will start immed-
All the NEW SUMMER HATS included in this week's
specials at the Millinery Parlors of
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One of the reasons she is so excited
about it, is because she happened to
be in the store about 5 o'clock yester-
day afternoon, when they were ar-
ranging the hats for the sale, and she
could hardly contain herself when she
saw the Vogue sport hat she had eyed
longingly and hopelessly (because it
was $22.50) earlier in the season, take

Delicious and Refreshing

I RADF MARK RECD. U.3.PAT. *T-

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its place on the $9.75 table. She liked
it so well because it was a good size,
and the soft crown of King's blue
Georgette was so effective. The tiny

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steel clovers which trimmed it,
took her eye.

Women who appreciate better Shoes-will appreciate
the choice new creations we are now showing and es-
pecially our New Colonial Pumps.

also

WHAT IS YOUR OPINION?
Every man -on the campus should
take a keen interest in the Dean of
Men proposition now up before the
faculty and Regents 'for approval or
disapproval.
If, after you have studied the pro-
prosed new office and its duties, you
come to the conclusion that it would
not be for the best interests of Mich-.
igan, tell it to the proper authorities.
or else voice your opinion in the col-
umns of The Daily. The University;
is, and rightly should be, a place where
free speech is not suppressed.
Rumors of complaints against the
new office have been heard, but when
the complainers have been questioned,
they have refused to say a word con-
cerning the matter. If you have
something against the proposition,.
come out openly and let the campus
know your feeling.
On the other hand, if you think the
new position will make a better Mich-
igan, both for the students now here,
and for the prospective students we
wish to attract to the University, don't
hesitate to let your opinions become
known.
Don't be one of those who say, "I
don't want to be quoted on this." If
you have anything to say regarding
the matter, and it is an important one
that should draw the attention of every
student, come out and. say it.
ANOTHER MICHIGAN TRADITION
Another Michigan tradition takes
place tonight-the Band Bounce.
Michigan is proud of her band. It
has always been one of the best in
the country, and this year has proved
no exception.
The band is not only a great factor
in University life, but has acquired no
little reputation in the outside world.
Chicago and Saginaw will testify to the
aid rendered the Liberty Loans by the
Maize and Blue players, and Detroit
will do the same as regards their play-
ing in the recent parade of her return-
ed soldiers.
The band gives its annual concert
to raise funds for its upkeep. This
fact alone should be enough. to in-
sure a packed auditorium tonight.
Add the fact that it is Michigan's band,
that it will be a concert to be proud of,
and one worth attending for that rea-
son, and the tradition of a yearly Band
Bounce is one that should be upheld
by everybody.
All of us are strong for Michigan tra-
ditions. The Band Bounce should be
no exception.
What's the matter with 'the Univer-
aity Aero club? Gone up in the air?

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Price $8.00 and $9.00
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We Feature Fit
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In the $9.75 group, she also saw the
smartest of severly tailored sailors.
It was of fine black Milan - with the
facing, binding and banding of pale
grey. In this collection also, she took
a fancy to a purple straw sports hat
with a softly draped scarf of crepe de
chine in a queer shdde of blue, finish-
ed off with a single dangling bone
ornament,,

VARSITY and the BUM ARMY
were easy to write in 1911. So is life
insurance now if you connect with the
Connecticut Mutual (organized 1846)
I have a special opportunity for just
one graduate. You won't regret see-
ing me. J. Fred Lawton, '11, General
Agent, 610 Farwell Bldg., Detroit.
Write for appointment.-Adv.
Buy your Trunks, Bags, and Suit
Cases from F. W. Wilkinson. Trade
your old one. Phone 24. 325 N. Main
St.-Adv.
Students read The Daily.-Adv..-

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Jackson Limited and Express Cars-7:48
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Local Cars East Bound-6:oo a. m., 9:o5 a.
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A fine black Milan sailor claimed
her attention in the $4.44 group, as
well as a large summery hat of green
slipper straw.
In the $5.55 and $6.66 groups, "The
Gossip" noticed particularly what a
wide assortment of small close fitting
hats suitable for motoring, there were.
One turban in two shades of brown
straw was topped with a saucy wing
bow of brown gros grain ribbon, and
this was but one of several dozen
equally attractive syles!i

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