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onday during the Univer-
ident Publications.
y ~entitled to the use. for
ted to it or not otherwise
' published therein.
rbor, Michigan, as second
Maynard street.
words, if signed, the sig-
nt,' but as an evidence of
ished in The Daily at the
ailed to The Daily office.
o consideration. No roan-
ter incloses postage.4
dorse the sentiments ex-
lie received after 8 o'clock

................HARRY M.1


Ehlbert Joseph A.Bernstein
npbell Hugh Hitchcock
ophy Renaud Sherwood
. .....,H. Hardy HethLee M. Woodruff
. . ....Brewster Camipbell
...Jahn I. Dakin
Robert C. Angell
"t. Marguerite Clark
.Thomas Adams, Thornton Sargent Jr.
G. E. Clarke Winefred Biethan
Thomas J. Whinery Robert D. Sage
R., W. Wrobleski Marion Nichols
George Reindel Frances Oberholtzer
Dorothy Monfort Edna Apel
Minnie Muskatt 4" P. Lovejoy
Harry B. Grundy Cbarles Murchison
W. F. Elliott Ryssell Fletcher
Telephione 960
ER...............PAUL E. CHOLETTE
.....LeGrand A. Gaines, Mark B. Covel
Ads.....................Henry Whiting
~.. Edward Priehs
.........Crt P. Schneider, R. A.dSullivan
V. M. Heath D. P. Joyce
Sigmund Kunstadter 1. P. Hutchinson
Harold . sindsay Rarmond K. Corwin
'James T. Rawlings L~cst'er W. Millard

maintain in the athletic world ; not necessarily a
reputation for always being victorious - for it
stands to reason that no team can win forever -
but a reputation for always fighting like true sports-
men, no matter what the odds.
Opportunity has been offered the students of the
Univer'sity who are eligible for forming a local post
of the American Legion. So far the efforts of. the
organizers have met with little response on the part
of the students, and the time limit for memberships,
has been extended.
Posts similar in nature to the one proposed for
Michigan have been established in other colleges
and have met with a large degree of success. There,
are a large number of American Legion men on the
Michigan campus, and there is no reason why a
very strong organization could not be perfected
here. A collegiate post offers an expellent oppor-
tunity to service men, both those who served over-
seas and those who were compelled to remain in
this country, of getting together for their mutual
The American Legion as a national institution has
come'to stay. At the present time it is exerting a
strong influence in the affairs of the country. Col-
lege men form no srniall part of the men eligible for
membership in the Legion, and it is their duty to
affiliate with it and keep informed regarding Le-
gion matters for the good of both the Legion and
the country. Included among the college men there
are a large number of level heads and clever think-
ers who, as members of such an organization, can
do much toward the furtherance of its purpose and
ideals, and at the same time help curb any irra-
tional or wrong tendencies which might creep into
the society.
Hand in your name today at the Union and help
push the Michigan post.
We are not always responsible for the impres-
sions gathered by the outside ,world through the
medium of the press. News items about University
life are often wrong, but, nevertheless, something
which does a great deal to shape the opinions of -the
general public regarding the work done in the-
schools of the country. Therefore when we have
an opportunity of showing May Festival visitors
in Ann Arbor the kind of men and women Michi-
gan develops, let's not allow it to pass unnoticed.
Mob violence, disciplining freshmen on the
streets, and about the campus, unseemly conduct in
any of the public places, all will tend toward giving
a very bad impression to our guests this week.
Things that seem little in themselves, often prove big
in the eyes of outsiders. For this reason every one
should make an effort to give a good impression to
those who are here for the May Festival. Every
visitor should 'be sent away an ardent booster /for
Michigan, and Michigan life.
We want a Canmpus Beautiful - Keep to the
sidewalks on the campus.

Biology - Shull





ing hews for any
ho has full charge

In Effect May 18, 1920
Retroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Limited and Express cars leave for
Detroit, 6:10 a. im. 'and hourly to
.9:10 p. m.
Limiteds to Jackson at 8:40 a. m. and
every two hours to 8:40 p.' m. Ex-
presses at 9:45 a. mn. and every two
two hours to 9:45 p. m.
Locals to Detroit-5 :55sa.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.m.
Locals to Jackson - 7:45 a.m., and
12:10. a.m.
Asked At Random
"Do you think women should be
allowed to smoke in public "
Harry Sparks, '20E, Varsity cheer
leader: "It seems to me that this is
a personal matter with eachindivid-'
ual. If any of th'e women wish to
do so, I see no reason why any one
else should have the authority to
stop them."
Milton S. Geiger, '22, member of the
Gargoyle business staff: "Absolutely
no, As a matter of fact, I think smok-
ing on the part of women is exceed-i
ingly improper at any time and under
any ciyeumstances."
Leon E. Grubaugh, '22, vice-presi-
de~t-elect of. the Students. Christian
association: "I think it's up to the
women who smoke to do so as much in
public as in private. Personally, I
think the average person loses the
ideal he usually holds for women whet
he sees them smoking, but, of course,
that is a matter of personal opinion.
If they want to smoke, and do smoke,
it seems to me that it's time they
donned trousers.
Isador M. Cohn, '23M: "If for no
other reason than general appearance,
I think women should be prohibited
from smoking in public places. Yet
if they aren't, and if they still persist
in it, it will be their own funeral--so
why worry?"
Bulletins describing the work in
geology to be done in southern Ken-
tucky are now ready for distribution
and they may be secured by applica-
tion at the office of the Summer ses-
sion. Bulletins on pharmacy, courses
in embalming and sanitary science,
and others covering the work at the
biological station have come from the
press and are ready for those who are
interested in any of these courses.
Yesterday's Daily erroneously stated
that the six new members of Galens
were freshmen medics. The initiates
are sophomore medics.,.

Just Received
Dr. Shu
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An old and well-established Detroit investment house de-
sires the services of several active young men as salesmen.
Will consider young men just graduating from University
wishing to enter the investment business. Prefer men whose
college training has been ,pointed toward this business and
with desirable acquaintance, particularly in Detroit or other
large Michigan cities. Only high-grade, non-speculative se-
curities handled. Attractive proposition to the right parties.
Box H. R., Michigan Daily.




itors for 'this week will be Monday
>ert; Tuesday night, Renaud Sher-
ay night, Hugh Hitchcock; Thurs-
ias Adams; Friday night, Chesser
day night, J. A. Bernstein.
NESDAY, MAY 19, 1920.
t was campus-wide when it was
Vlichigan had decided to withdraw
,om the eastern intercollegiate meet
lelphia. GMany had counted on this
galze.and Blue's great opportunity
.tional ascendency on the cinders;
of these supporters could scarcely
members of the team itself, who
n eager to compete outside of ,Con-
ut who lost by the Board in Con-
e one long, trip with which their
have been rewarded.
ng of disappointment has not been
the past week. Everyone at first
re must be some urgent reason for
)rities making such a decision, and
more information concerning this
goes on, however, the track team
body at large have come to feel
val fron eastern competition is 1ot
to the interests of the University,
tice to the men who have worked
pation of the trip to Philadelphia.
ment advanced that the track men
ale, or perhaps get injured, before
meet, if they participated in' the
giates,, the track steam feels this to
t foundation. They say that they
)re liable to get stale if they are
r three weeks previous to the Con-
hout any competition. They think
:y of injury to any of the men in
es is 'so negligible that it should
idered. Few men, they claim, can
ch form for three weeks when
spects of worthy competition -dur=
oes out in the early part of Janu-
teadily until June it seems only
iven some recompense for his la-
he only requital for such services
vhich the men are able to make, it
these trips should be given them.
ketball and 1aseball teams all have
ach year. These schedules ar&
active of the kind of team we may
.bility of defeat never enters into
ich, of course, is as it should be.
:ion never yet won a good repu-
pool, and it is a safe bet that our
be enhanced by 'dropping out of
)ur place may be' logically in. the
ice, but it does not follow that this
Michigan fr'om competing in the
.e largest colleges of the country




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One New Old Town Canoe and one
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outflt including storage and locker
until November flist.

The Height of Or Ainbition
I'd like to be an angel,
And with the angels stand,
Or else be a drum major
And lead the Varsity band.
Well, You Know Girls Will Be Boys

Saunder 's Canoe Livery

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This Building Is
-Sign in Barbour gym.


D. R. D. has nominated as today's goat getter the
bird who caused electric lights to be placed on
Martha Cook terrace.
"Pa, what is a paradox ?"
"A paradox, my son, is something that wears
men's trousers and plays indoor baseball with
First Stude-Gee, I met a swell girl coming in
from Detroit on the interurban the other night.
Second ditto-Zatso? What'd you do?
First-Why, when I had gotten as far as Wayne
I held her hand and when we got'as far .as Ann
Arbor I put my arm around her.
Second (breathlessly)-And I suppose after you
left Ann Arbor you kissed her?
First--No, that was as far as I went.
Dear Noah: --
To settle an argument, will you kindly tell us
what is the great American desert. Stude.
Any one who has boarded in Ann Arbor for any
length of time .knows that the great American
desert is prunes.

AT EASTER TIME when the demand for clothing was;

strong a good

portion of our purchases of Spring Suits was tied up in transit. These ship-
ments are now coming in from day to day and inorder not to carry over any

clothing to the fall season
We Will Sell These Suits Without Profit.


State Street.

ble that Michigan could be
competition because. victory
king. That, however, will be
, of opinion, 'despite the pro-
ake to the contrary, unless we


Famous Closing Lines
' Ha, putting her foot in it," muttered the stude
as he saw the co-ed putting a size five 'foot into a
size two shoe. NOAH COUNT.


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