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May 12, 1920 - Image 2

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orderly method of dealing with flagrant instances
of refusal to abide by traditions. There is no longer
an excuse for uonrganized methods, since individ-
ual cases can be given "personal attention." Deci-
sion made last spring to cut out the Cap night "run-
ning the gantlet" was a step in the right direction,
and will eliminate one of the greatest causes of id-
verse comment. The class games should furnish
an excellent way of letting off the age-old inter-
class enmity.
We must see to it that our desire for a little fun
or for the sophomores' long-awaited revenge does
not get the best of our loyalty to Michigan and our
pride in its reputation.
NEW CAMPUS SPORT
A new indoor sport seems to be gaining in pop-
ularity at the Union. It is called "swapping hats"
and, although it has not yet' been officially recog-
nized, several membe-s apparently feel themselves
entitled to engage in it. The way the game is played
is as follows: a man enters the Union basement
wearing a hat which, throigh being subjected to
long use and many rainstorms, has reached a stage
which is beyond respectability. He places his hat
pn one of the hooks at the foot of the stairway and
goes into the taproom. Upon coming out, he finds
another, hat .his size which is in far better condi-
tion. whereupon he appropriates the latter, leaving
his old one in its place.
The whole process is very simple. It certainly
helps fight against the H. C. L. and entails .very
little risk on the part of the player. But, for the
victim who is forced to take a discarded hat in place
of his good one, the game has' little attraction.

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DETROIT UNITED LINES
In Effect May 18, 1920
Between
Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Limited and Express cars leave for
Detroit, 6:10 a. m. and hourly to
9: 10 p. Mn.
Limiteds to Jackson at 8:40 a..m. and
every two hours to 8:40 p. m. Ex-
presses at 9:45 a. m. and every two
two hours to 9:45 p. mn.
Locals to Detroit-5:55 a.m., 7:05 a.m.
and every two hours to 9:05 p.m.,
also 11:00 p.m. To Ypsilanti only,
11:40 p.m., 12:25 a.m. and 1:10 a.mi.
Locals to Jackson - 7:45 a.m., and
12:10 a.m.
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GYM ACCESSORIES
Present warm weather is not conducive either to
m work or to needed improvements on Waterman
mnasium. Nevertheless now is:the time to order
uch needed 'equipment for the building whose ca-
city is already overtaxed.
Waterman gym is fast becoming..inadequate for
e needs of the'University, and every effort should
made to secure the fullest possible use from it.
here areotoo few horses, bucks and like apparatus,
e weights are in poor condition, there are no f.a-
ities for indoor abaseball, and inadequate provi-
)ns are made for boxing and wrestling. And the
owded condition of the locker room is positively

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"Do you think "M's" with a circle
around them should be given to mem.
bers of luformal athletic teams?"
Robert Jerome Dunne, '22, Varsity
athlete: "In a way this seems to be
getting back to high school stuff when
letters are given out promiscuously.
Yet I sincerely believe that the mem-
bers A these informal teams deserve
recognition of some kind so that they
*ill get their due honor. Perhaps it
-would be better, however, to wait, and
it won't be long, until these sports are
offieally recognized, before making
any kind of M' awards."
Richard C. Losch, '1E, Varsity track
man: "I think swimming and hockey
should be Varsity sports. When they
are, the usual "M" award will prob-
ably be given, but until then I think
these men should be given "M's" with
circles or a similar insignia in recog-
niton of what they have done."
;Arthur Weadock, '22, Varsity base-
ball man: "I think these awards
should be made because -it-will not be
long before informal teams compete
against other schools. Besides this
the men are entitled to them for they
have done as much for the Universityi
in their own way as any other sport.
The day is coming when these sports
will be regarded in a similar light with
baseball, football, and track."
Wallace F. Elliott, '22, manager. of
the swimming team: "It's the custom
to give awards like this in other uni-
versities and I see no reason why it
shouldn't be done here. If carried out
this will give more incentive for the
men to work, besides distinguishing
them from the interciass athletes."

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unsanitary.
If Waterman gym is to be in condition to accom-
modate the University next fall ,it should be put in
shape at the earliest possible time.
The mind reader who has been charging a "dollar
a -head" in a number of houses on the campus is
said to have made a, cleanup in seieral sororities
where he changed his "line" to include marriage

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They were lovers and fain would wed;
On his breast she nestled his head,
'He glanced down and fainted, ' 0
- Her cheeks they had painted
His only clean shirt bosom red.
Today's nominee for the Royal Order of Oil Canny
is the bird who "listens in" when you're telephon-
ing and then proceeds to show his generosity by giv-
ing it all away. .
Why Ye Editor Gets Those 1 a.rnings
He-So you've got a parrot up at your -sorority?
She-Yes, we have.'
He-And, can dhe talk?
She-Just a fev words we girls have taught
him.
He-I see; a few cuss words and "who's got a
cigarette'?"
Dear Noah : -
Do you really think there is any chance of our
country becoming over-populated? Anxious.
Not so long as colleges continue to turn out physi-
cians at the present rate.
He Must Have Been Married
"I lived in this town six months one day last
year. -All Story Weekly.

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Famous Closing Lines
"I'm footing one of your Bills," said the irate
ther as he kicked his daughter's friend William
to the street. NOAH COUNT.

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