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"MASKS AND FACES"
Thursday, May 29
DISPUTES SOPH ATTITUDE
FRESH1LAN SAYS '21 MEN HAD ALL
OF FIRST SEMESTER FOR DIS
OUTLINE OF SUlIfER SESSION
COURSES OUT IN NEW FORM
Folders IntendedAor fr (aomins n
A meeting of the finance committee sumption Piece Out Demand
of the Alumnae house campaign will' for Information
be held at 7 o'clock Wednesday night -
at the Chi Omega house. Reports Copies of the outline of courses in
must be turned in at this time. the summer session are now obtainable
at the offic'e of the summer session.
Freshman Girls are required to pny Published with the express purpose of
their social tax before June 1. The being devoted to campus consump-
money should be paid to Louise Potter tion. the pamphlets give in brief, con-
in Barbour gymnasium. dlensed form the courses obtainable
together with the instructors present-
Girls interested in going to Lake ing them.
Genea tis ummr shuldconult The publication of this latest an-
Geneva this summer should consult nouncement was necessitated by the
Huldah Bancroft in Barbour gymnas- tremendously heavy demand for sum-
ium or call Rose Sturmer, '20. mer session literature, which has ex-
hausted the supply of all printed in-
Dean Myra B. Jordan will not be in formation on hand.
her office Wednesday morning as she In form, the pamphlet is smaller
is out of town. than the large printed announcement
-- but not as small as the previous
mmel Gives Commencement Addresses abridged announcement.
Commencement addresses in schools
There will be a dance at St. Thom-
in Nashville and Onondaga will be as' Hall on Wednesday, May 28th.
delivered by Mr. Ray K. Immel. Mr. Diamond's Orchestra. Sinale admis-
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viugh W. Hitchcock J. P. Hart
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Richard B. Marshall C. H. Murchison
trne Elli Mary D. Lane
atrina Schermerhorn John I. Dakin
N.rthur W. Brown Logan Trumbull
M. Emerson Swart Stewart Baxter
arie rozier Muriel E. Bauman
i-rold' Makinson.........Business Manager
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SGrand A. Gaines...Asst. Business Manager
Vm. M. LeFevre.'...Asst. Business Manager
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)onald M. Major....Asst. Business Manager
)onnell R. Schoffner..Asst. Business Manager
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obert E. McKean Henry Whting II
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WEDNESDAY MAY 28, 1919.
Issue Editor-Hugh W. Hitchcock
ON TO VICTORY!
Eight lnen are leaving today for
farvard, to represent Michigan at the
Jastern inter-collegiate track meet.
On these eight men Michigan de-
Mends to uphold the honor, not only
>f the University, but of the whole
onference and. of the West. There
tilproably beno other western uni-
'esity"represented at the meet.
Eastern schools have had a tenden-
y to discount the athletic importance
! schools of the West. Michigan's team
iold it in their power to correct this
Inpression, and they will not fall
hort of the responsibility.
Michigan men all over the country
re watching with bated breath. Great
ilhngs are expected of the eight who
ave been privileged to go. They are
acked by the spirit of both the stu-
ents now in the University, and those
ho- call her their Alma Mater.
On to victory, track men! Michigan
'ill be with you in spirit - and Mich-
gan spirit is the greatest ever known.
On to victory - show the East that
[ichigan is on the map.
A WARNING IN TIME]
The canoeing season is once more
t full swing, and any fine day will
ad the Huron dotted with canoes fill-
d with students..,
There is, however, one cloud on the1
orizon of this popular summer past-E
me. That is the perenial speculation
e to whether the Huron will claiml
A customary victim.
Almost every year Michigan has suf-
,red losses of one or more of herf
:udents' on the river. And inevitably
as this been followed with plans for1
s further safeguarding, and with1
untless warnings to canoeists. f
In spite of all, there is the usualt
ecident and possible fatality the nextt
ar, due many times to absolutef
trelessness, often times easily avoid-
ble. Why not establish a new preced-
at thlisyear and consider the warning
t the proper time-before the tragedy
It is those canoeists whose accidents
e the result of carelessness who are
1need of warning. Students who
t their love of adventure run away
ith their reason have no business in
noes. If they persist in taking chan-
m, they have only themselves to cred-
with the inevitable results.
Why not heed the warning, and try
'finish the season with a clean slate
far ascanoe tragedies on the iur-
A woman picked her husband's
eet and then ordered him out of
* houe. The cruel part is ordering
m out of the ho e.
Kansas school teachers are forbid- I
n the use of rouge. We presume |
ey will continue to teach the back- I
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Having read with some indignation
the communication from "Two Sopho-
mores" in Tuesday's Daily I feel that
it necessitates an immediate reply.
Let us first admit the "all powerful
reason" for the demonstration on Cap
Night which is briefly that the fresh-
men needed disciplining. There was
at least one whole semester for that,
and because the sophomores did not
avail themselves of the opportunity
they should take matters without com-
plaining. It was impressed upon the
minds of the freshmen that Cap Night
is quite a dignified proceedure but as-
suredly many who could not forget the
havoc of the first part of the evening
had little thought of appreciating the
dignity of the latter part of the pro-
As for the fact that the sophomores
did not know that paddling" was
against the rules, let it be said that
there was a committee appointed to
see that there were no paddles. Of
course, it was the committee's busi-
ness to infrom the sophomores, which,
it seemingly did not.
Finally, I believe that he sophomores
should have nothing to say in abolish-
ing this system of "paddling." They
went out for "blood." In ending let
me say that I for one hope that this
menace to, Cap Night shall be im-
mediately abolished; but in the name
of justice eliminate the sophomores
from Jhaving any vote. Their position
would only be synonymous with that
of a prohibitionist who indulges in
drink. Let the seniors, juniors, and
freshmen decide, for they are the only
JUST A FRESHMAN.
Boiler tests to determine the pounds
of steam produced by a pound of coal
are being run in the mechanical eng-
ineering laboratory by students in M.
E. 7. Work was begun at noon Tues-
day and continued until 10 o'clock.
Horsepower of the boiler will also be
Tests will also be conducted Wed-
nesday 'of this week and Monday of
next week. The purpose of the exper-
iments is to give the students an op-
portunity to become acquainted with
boiler work in preparation for like
problems in practical engineering.
This is the last test of the semester.
The A. S. M. E. trip through the
Hoover plant is set for 3 o'clock
Thursday afternoon. Members of the
society will meet near the arch. All
students in mechanical engineering
courses will be automatically dismiss-
ed, and those taking work in other de-
partments should see Prof. H. C. And-
Immel left last night.
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Pressure totaling 25 tons has suc-
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crete bridge now being tested in the
highway testing laboratory. The
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