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Monday during the Univer-
Student Publications.
bCIATED PRESS
ively entitled to the use for
credited to it or not otherwise
news published therein.
n Arbor, Michigan, as second

ynard street.
"ds, if signed, the sig-'
but as an evidence of
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nsideration. No man-
icloses postage-
e, the sentiments ex-
eceived after 8 o'clock

ized, larger, and less heterogeneous Literary col-
lege is a difficult question, which so far has usually
been answered in the negative. But considering the
great need of such a system, it seems at least that
the problem should be investigated nore thor-
oughly than on mere grounds of theory. If the
entire campus were given a chance to vote on the
matter, and should decide against installing the sys-
tem, that of course would settle it; on the other
hand, if the majority'should vote in its favor with
the distinct understanding that to vote "yes" meant
to assume the responsibility of, upholding the code,
the system would at once be placed on a firm foun-
dation.
At present, the honest man and hard worker who
deserves a good grade is often, preVented from win-
ning it by the rise in class averages produced by
the cheaters. This.,situation puts a premium on
laziness and dishonesty; and the newly-elected stu-
dent leaders would do well to resolve on a referen-
dum vote on the honor system as theit- first act of
office when the new school year begins.

Principles of Anir
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Ehlbert Joseph A. Bernstein
ampbell Hugh Hitchcopk
Brophyb Renaud Sherwood
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..........H. Hardy'Heth, Lee L Woodruff
.....Brewster Campbell
- . ;........ ... ........ . John I. D akin
.~. .Robert C. Angell
nt..... .............. Marguerite Clark
..Thomas Adams, Thornton Sargent Jr.
Assistants
G. E. Clarke Winefred 'Biethan
Thomas 3. Whinery Robert D. Sage ,-
R. W.. Wrobleski aarion Nichois
George Reindel Frances Oberholtzer
Dorothy Monfort idna Apel
Minnie Muskatt It P. L~ovejoy
Harry B. Grundy Charles .Murchison
W. F. Elliott Russell Fletcher
BUSINESS STAFF
Telephone 960

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GER..................PAUL E. CHOLETTE
.LeGrand A. Gaines, Mark B. Covell
,ea ads .......................Henry Whiting.
.- . Edward.Priehs
.Curt P. SchneidereR. A. Sullivan

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ENTERTAINING THE ALUMNI
Providing fitting entertainment for the many
alumni who will.-return for commencement week
should be an easy. and pleasant duty for the many
students who are planning to stay over. The events
of fbe week are so1 many and varied that no host.
need' ever be at a loss as to where to go. In fact, the
cliances are that .the entire time of the alumni will
be so occupied with ieetings, exercises, entertain-
ments, and ball games that it will be hard for stu-
dents to crowd in anything on their own initiative.
This does'not mean, however, that a large sphere
will' not =exiin for the exercise of hospitality.
After all, the spirit of good cheer and friendliness
on'the part of the.undergraduates is what the alumni
will hope to find 'ere, and that is what we must
'bring to them. It' is not necessary to get up a spe-
cial amusement in order to let a Michigan man or
,Woman know you are a friend. In addition to pro-
viding lodging for our-uests, there are a thousand
kindly services of good-fellowship which we may
perform, from ,lqoking after their comfort to tak-
ing an interest ii-their search for the never-forgot-
ten scenes acid comrades of undergraduate days.:
Our attitude - our evident pleasure in meeting the,
old "grads" and in anticipating their wishes - this
will count the most in making their reunion a
happy one.
Still another campaign, and a worthy one, has
come to relieve the top shelf of its dusty burdens.
Near East Relief, i Madison Avenue, New York,
has started an Old Clothes movement of its own for
the Armenians and Syrians who are destitute, and
can use undergraduate contributions of clothing.

D. P. Joyce
adter P. P. Hlutchinson
Raymond K. Corwin
ings Lester W. Millard

DETROIT UNITED LINES
In Effect May 18, 1924)
Between
Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Limited. and Express cars leavefo
Detroit, 6:10 4. in. and hourly to
9:10ap.
Liriteds to Jackson at 8:40 a. in. and
every two hours to 8':40 p. m. Ex-
presses at 9:45 a. in. and every two
two hours to 9:45 p. m.L
Locals to Petroit-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.m.
Locals to Jackson - 7:45 a.m., and
'12:10 a.m.
AMBULANCE YETS
TO HOLD REUNION
Former Officer of One of Nichigan'
Units Expected to be Present
Veterans of the United States army
ambulance service will hold a reunion
and banquet at 6 o'clock, Menorial
,day;' May 31, at the Union. There are
a number of men in the University
who were not originally members, of
the University of Michigan ambul-
an4t units but who are expected to
co-operate with them to aid in making
the affair a success.
Ex-Capt. Edward D. Dowds, of
Cleveland, former commanding officer
of one of the Michigan units is expect-
ed to be present.
Due to the fact that the. national
reunion} of the ambulance service at
Allentown comes the first week of
examinations, only a few will be able
to attend. It was decided, therefore,
to hold a reunion of the Michigan sec-
tions at this time.
"H1-Y" CLUBS TO MEET AT
BANQUET IN CITY Y. . C. A.
A banquet willb e given at the city
Y. M. C. A. by the Ann Arbor "Hi-Y"
for the Howell "Hii-Y" club. The
meeting between the tw clubs is call-
ed for the purpose of stimulating in-
terest in "Y" clubs for boys of the
high school age. Howell now has one
of the best clubs of this nature in the
state.
Harry Carey, '20, and Carl Johnson,
'20, are on the program to address the
boys.

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THURSDAY, MAY .27, 1929..
BASEBALL wiTH THE EAST
>m all indications the Michigan baseball team
L good chance of winning the Conference
pionship unless some unforeseen development
s the dope among western nines.
case we capttu the title a series of, games
the leaders of the East to decide .he intersec-
I championship mould be the .next step. Mich-
has not been represented in any large eastern
tic, affair except the Cornell track meet this
and it is due our eastern alumni that they be
i an opportunity of witnessing the Wolverines
me form of athletics.
her western teams seem to have no trouble in
Luling eastern competition and surely there can
:w obstacles to arranging a s-eries of games be-
n two championship teams. The baseball team
>een a topnotcher for the last few years and it
te the men that they be given an opportunity
.ay for' the national intercollegiate champion-
this year should they succeed in annexing the
erence title. The contests could be scheduled
on as the leadership of the two sections is defi-
r determined.
to. dates for the games the nine will be wait-
around Ann Arbor.from the time they finish//
examinations until the California games of'
nencement week, so that a series could easily
orked in provided the eastern nine is willing to
XTENDING THE HONOR SYSTEM,
bringing up the question of exteiding the
r system to all colleges of the University, it"
d, be understood first of all that success or
re of such a code depends entirely upon the
: of the student body. There is no way to en-
it from without, for the backbone of'the honor
is, as expressed by the president of the Uni-
ty of Virginia academic class, "the individual
)nsibility of each student, who; if he does not.
t breaches of the code, is himself considered
tilty as the crook."
ith this in mind, the building up'of such a sys-
at Michigan assumes of course a far more diffi-
aspect than the mere passing of an ordinance,,.
>uncil or Regents. It is obvious that before any,
step is taken there must be a practical unanim-
f opinion in its favor over the entire campus..
code must be lived up to by the whole student
and a spirit of determination to do this must
vident 'before any action is taken. Once' the
m has been laid down and a few violations'
hed by immediate and drastic action backed by
c opinion, it is certain to grow into a tradition.
te Engineering college has succeeded in putting
onor system into real effectiveness at all exam-
ns and bluebooks. There is beyond a doubt a
g student sentiment in favor of enforcement,
a willingness to bring to punishment the man
refuses to abide by the rules. Just whether the
results might be achieved in the loosely organ-

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In our dire necessity to fill this space today we
needs must resort to exhuming the aged mother-in-
law joke which"has lain mouldering in its grave
these many years.
Dill-Did poor Jack die peaceful y?
Pickle-Yes, very. His mother-in-law sat at. the
head of his bed with a jumping tooth ache.
Heard on the In terurbdn
Conductor--I tell you I've been on this 'car for
two years now and I know what I'm talking about.-
Passenger-Well,''well, at what station did you
get on?
An Under Water Engagement
First stude-Bill and I were up the river swim-
ming yesterday and he bet me $io he could stay
under water five minutes and he won.
Second-He won? What are you crowing about
them?
First--He never collected the bet.
Social directress-I want you to tell that young
gentleman friend of yours that the lights are to be
turned out at 10:30.
Co-ed-I did.
S. D.-You did? And what did he say?
Co-ed--That he would begin calling at 10:30 after-
this.,

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Dear Noah: -
I wonder if 'you could tell me just
the so-called "crazy bone" is?
Certainly. A crazy bone is a dollar
a co-ed.

exactly what
Inteiested.
blowed in on

SURE!!
Answering the query of a customer, we
are selling the new Hirsh-Wickwire 'spring
suits without profit.
-WHY?
Because they have been too late coming
in and we will not carry them until next sea-
son--because prices may be lower.
WAGNER & CO.,
State Street.

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The other day our lady friend who is always ask-
ing us questions comes to the fore with, "What do
they call a lady that drives an automobile?" And in'
our naive way we comes back with, "It all depends
on how close she comes to you and just how good
looking she is." And then silence reigned.
Consistent to the End
Prof .-I want to compliment you, Mr. Jones, for
your unusual consistency.
Stude (modestly) -Thank you, professor.
Prof.-Yes, sir, you've been in this class two
months and you haven't done anything right yet.
Famous Closing Lines.
"Outside of that I'm all right," said the rat as it
avoided the trap.
NOAH COUNT.

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