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L STAFF
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.. .....HARRY M. CAREY
Joseph A. Bernstein
Renaud"Sherwood
Hardy Heth, Lee M. Woodruff
....... ..Brewster Campbell
.John I. Dakin
........Rolert C. Angell
Marguerite Clark
is Adams, Thornton Sargent Jr.
ate
e rWinefred Biethan
lhinery Robert D. Sage
leski Marion Nichols
del Prances Oberholtzer
nfort Edna Apeli
att F. P. Lovejoy
undy Charles Murchison
t kussell Fletcher

ies and some of the articles are not all that they
might be. It is paranount that The Chimes main-
tain its absolute independence of any but student
control in its policy and choice of contents; yet it
would seem safe to co-operate somewhat with short
story courses in the University and secure the best
of the 'offerings which are graded there. Many of
these are far above the average magazine story.
The Chimes has a place on the campus. An
- organ which can fearlessly voice the opinion of the
students of the University is surely worthy of gen-
eral support. Every great university possesses an
opinion magazine, and it is both fitting and necessary
that Michigan should have one. Such a journal
brings the students closer together, acquaints them
with the ideas of the .other fellow. Much can be
said in criticism of The Chimes, but more can be
answered in justification. A magazine cannot exist
without the moral and financial backing of many
people, and the question as to whether Chimes is to
exist for all time and fulfill its mission rests entire-
ly with the student body for whose opinion it pro-
vides an outlet.
VOTES FOR STUDEN'S?
Modestly hidden away somewhere in the vast.
expanse of a certain issue of The Daily was a little
item from Buenos Aires saying that down there the
students are allowed to vote "as to which members'
of the faculty shall be retained." It is very fortun-
ate, indeed, that so little space was given this in-
flammatory news; w are almost certain that, had.
it been more conspicuous, the downtrodden student
body of our University would have risen as one man
and. demanded its rights.
As it is, now that this opportunity is past, we can
only surmise what might have been the fate of those
instructors who flunk unsuspecting students in sup-{
posedly "pipe" courses; we can only guess at the
wave of indignation whici would have swept away
forever those inexcusably energetic persons. who
persist in holding early classes; we can only con-
jecture the overwhelming disaster which would at
last have overtaken that stern potentate who objects
to earnest students holding an innocent conversa-
tion during his lecture. What utopian heights of
perfection might we 'not have reached under the
superior guidance of the enlightened sophomore
and the progressive freshman ! But unfortunately
the old status persists; so we shall have to put up
with the humiliating rule of'mere scholars, or move
to Buenos Aires.

Mary Roberts Rin
AFFINITIES

TWO'
STORES

BOTH ENDS OF THE DIAGONAL WALK
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..........PAUL-E. CHOlETTE
LeGrand A. Gaines, Mark B. Covell
Henry whi ng
.E l.i.1 ..dwad Prosa
...Cut P. Schdeider,' ..Sullivan
tasistants
He th D.P. oyc
dgunstadter P. P. P u.hinson
tindsay Raymond K. Corwin
rL Rawlings Lester W. Millard
information concerning news for any
the night editor, who has full charge
nigt.
this week will be Monday
Tuesday night, J. W. .Kelly;
e Clarky; Thursday night,
night, C. M Capbell; Sat-
-istein.
Y, JUNE 3, 1920.
DINT IN ATHLETICS
:or Michigan to taste defeat
k; this year, and Ithe taste of
etter. The spirit of the Ui-
d in the fire of athletic fail-
for a university to have set-
use such occaions call forth
and participaton among the
cannot win a. championship
nt 'backing, a fact manifest-
pr football season.
y the old'Michigan tradition
g to the last gasp of breath
a good. thing also; and Mie-
: measure of success has not
ar. Once more we have been
ines as "Win Ten is, Track,
triumphs have strengthened
he task of making this year a
oad to: a new period o rf suc-
gre, who can build up such
ich Parks and Knode have
'atitude for a championship;
Could instill, a spirt int a.
fight ith itsi face to inevit-
the good athletic name of
:tory was again possible, our
1' of Wesbrook, winnei of a
nis title, our tribute; and to
en hi best for the Maize and
a goes whqleheartedly.
not mean that we will lapse
of athletic "cockiness" which
have learned our lesson and
atter how many victorgs we
L, the new attitude in which
es will continue to be one of
ehind every Michigan team..
Ictively if we have the least
not, we must support with
rk of those who are to rep-.
on trac'k, .field, or gridiron.
!as said, "I am ready, Mich-
Ld keep you the champion of
ll we be at the turning point.
D ,"THE CHIMES"'
s year the Board in Control
took a step forward whih
nportant in the journalistic
ty. This was the establish-
Chimes ,the canus opinion
It was obviously an ex-
Itched anxiously to see how
assume its appointed place

DETROIT UNITED LINES
In Effeet May 18, 1920
Between
Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Limited and Express cars D9ave for
Detroit, 6:10 a. m., and h urly to
9: 10 p. . '
Limiteds to Jackson at 8:40 a. m. and
every two hours to 8:40 p. tn. 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.m.
Locals to Jackson - 7:45 a.m., and
12:10 a.m.
Im
' Iomen
Judiciary council members will be
elected from 11 until 5 o'clock Thurs-
,day in University hall.
There will be a meeting of the new
and old boards of Masques at 4 o'clock
today in Barbour gymnasium.
A meeting of the old bolrd of direc-
tors of the Women's league will be
held at 5 o'clock this afternoon in Bar-
bour gymnasium.
All members of Junior Girls' play
who have not handed in costumes
must do so at once. Mrs.,Blackburn
will take themi or open the box for
members.
The regular annual meeting of the
jPint Women's league boards will be
held Friday afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium.
There will be an important meeting
of Junior girls at 4:30 o'clock today
in Barbour gymnasium.
A special wire brings the results of
all the games to The Daily. You can
find them there every morning.-Adv.

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PERMANENCY - LIKENESS
"Portraits That Please'

Sumnuter Vacation
They met and loved in the usual way,
By the shores of a summer sea,
.She a banker's daughter-'twas her own tale-
While a merchant prince was he.
Behind the counter she proudly stood,
'An~l her eyes took a stony stare,
As- he asked to be shown, sorpe woolen socks,
At a quarter or so- a pair.-EXA.
Only those of us who have perused the elusive
trail of a widow can oppreciate the -poignant sor-
row underlying this little epic:
She thought me too young and I never forgave her,
Fo'. being so cruel to my face.
For without'any reason she called me a shaver
When I hadn't a hair on my face.
The Real Issue
Co-ed-You cad! Is it true that you bet that
you could take me out to dinner tonight?
Stude (haughtily)-- Well, are you coming r
aren't yoy?
Co-ed-How-How much did you bet first?
Frosh-Do you know that my Dad will probably
lick me if I go home with some poor marks.
Soh-Zatso? What does he use?
Frosh-A wooden paddle.
Soph-Sorta board of education, huh?
Our idea of poise is a bird who can pick up a
girl's handkerchief off the street and hand it back
to her without looking and -feeling like a fool.
Landlady (horrified)-Good Heavens! Mr.
Brown, you're drunk.
Mr. Brown-Well, if I'm not I've spent $i6.oo
for nothing. And then he 'wept.
How the Gargoyle Goes to Press
Managing editor-You say the linotype men and
proof readers are all ready.
Assistant-Yes, sir. Everything is ready.
T\T. E.-All right then. Have all the members of
the staff grab a pair of shears and a paste pot. We
go to press in a half an hour.
Right at this point we want to show those who'
claim that the Gargoyle ought to be called the "Fly
Paper" since it is no good on earth that they are
wrong. r'i'
A contributor of our writes in that he had a
balky mule which refused to open its mouth to
permit a bit to be placed therein. Finally he hit
upon, the'happy plan of holding the Gargoyle up
ibefore it and the mule immediately yawned very
broadly.

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