P7O U IfN'S SUPPORT OfTAP ROOM SINGS
GDAWS CONFICTING STUDENT COMMENT
9:00-Sophomore engineers meet in
room 348 Engineering building to
eject captin for Fall games.
4;00-Piano recital by Mr. Albert
Lockwood in School of Music.
SEES SING AS PROTEST AGAINST
EXTENSIVE "FUSSING" QF MEN
CerLO i. m
DEPLORES DISCOURTESY SHOWN with the or
TO WOMEN AT WEEK,- END in a variet
7:00-Culver club 'aeets in Union.
7:00-Former 32n11 division men meeta
in room 323 of Union.!
7 :00-Adelplil House o? Representa.
tives meets on fourth floor of U--
7:00 - Choral Union rehearsal in
School of Music.
7:30-Acolytes meet in Morris semin.
7:30-Mchigan Dames meet in Laney
hall. Pot luck supper, coffee and
sandwiches 'to be furnished; bring ,
8:00-Students who are interested in.
acting in Cosmopolitan , club play,
meet in room 305 U-hall.
8:00-Intercollegiate Socialist socle.
ty meets in room P162 N. S. build-
WEDNESDAJ ' ,
4:30-Cercle FrAncais lecture by Prow
fessor Rene Talamon in rooni 203
7:00--Michigan Zionist society meets
in Lane hall.
S:00-Rehearsal of Union" orchestra in
room 303 of Union,.
7:30-PontIae club ieets in Lane
7:30-Phil1p P. Sharples, chemist,
lectures In room 348 Engineering'
Junior engineers will elect members
Qf the J-Hop comilittee from 10 to
12 o'cl'ock and from 1 to 3 o'clock
ADVANCED DANCING CLASS
The first lesson of the 'advanced
"Studentst"Dancing Class will-be held
tonight in the Old Union Dancing Hall.,
The class wil start at seven flfteen,
and those enrolled are' requested to
be there promptly. Those who ,have
not yet enrolled and wish to join the
class should call 1666-J.-Adv.
Ai THE PAC KARD °
High grade couple dancing every
Monday and Thursdayevening 8:00 to
@ditor, The Michigan1 Daily:
Once more the old question of fuss-
ing at Michigan has broken out. Al-
though staged at a campus sing the
gathering at the Union Saturday eve-
ning was nothing more or less then a
protest against it.
Much discussion of the question has
resulted and most of the denunciation
has centered about the mistaken idea
ghat the men who are pushing the
campaign are against having women
Such is not the case. They realize
that the women at Micihgan are as fine
a delegation as any school can boast
of.- But what they are attempting to
eradicate is the extensive amount of
time some men spend in the company
of women instead of going out for
athletics' or other campus activities.
No man can get his studies, work on
the campus, and go out, with the wome
en~ of the Universlty at the same time.
If they would realize that Michi-
gan's future standing depends on more
men turning out for campus work and
athletics, the women who come here
fox' spme other purpose than having a
good time and who wish to boost
Michigan, would also do all in their
power to discourage the epidemic of
teas and dances that has swamped
Ann Arbor th'is year. It is a reflection
on the women of Michigan to state
that they all come here for the pur-
pose of having a. good time and that.
the ideals oand institutions of the
school mean nothing to them.
The campaign to lessen "fussifig"
and to increase interest in campus;
work and athletics should be directed
toward the men who'spend their time
dancing- or drinking tea rather than
the women with whom they go out.
The true Michigan woman is bound to
see this tiewpoint and to assume the
proper attitude toward the chronic
'fusser't and campus "drone."
If the campus can be made to real-
4ize this we will probably have more
than 35 men turning out for the foot-
ball team in 1920..
FOR A BETTER MICHIGAN.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Some time ago the Union officials'
decided that women would be permit-I
ter in the tap room at the Union be-,
tween 11 and 12 o'clock on Fridays 1
and Saturdays. When the assembly I
hall was opened on Friday night, the
couples who attended the dance tookI
advantage of the arrangements above!
mentioned, and filed down to the tap'
room at 11 o'clock.
The unsatisfactory state of affairs,
on both nights, naturally surprised
everyone. A-number of students were
occupying thfe tables, smoking, play-
ing cards; or singing. As that hour,
has been set aside for women, I think
that courtesy demanded Othat those
men should have given up their seats
to the women.
On Sunday morning there appear-I
ed in The Daily a 'statement to thej
effect that the Union officials are look-
ing with favor upon a plan whichIE
provides for get-together meetiigs
and sings to be held in the tap room
on Friday and Saturday nights from
10:30 to 12.
That the=Union oflicials can possibly
countenance such a plan after theirI
previous arrangement puzzles quite
a number of, those who attended the
dances last week-enid. This action on
a part of the students and Union of-
ficials gives the impression that, in
spite of the controversy, -there was .
more than humor in the article which
Landis wrote in Chimes.
If there is a sentiment against co-1
education among a certain section of
the students, why not appeal to Union
officials to bar.women completely from
the, tap room? It will certainly be
much more satisfactory to all con-
cerned than to subject, them to such
embarrassing conditions as,, existed at1
the Union last week-end, and which
are going to become much worse in
Michigan men have been accusedof'
a lack of coutesywtowards the wom-
en of the University, and the state of
affairs in thl tap room should be food
for thought. I
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tion may turn
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would be the
ference. On I
ines have gc
and are now
thought to bi
this year but
given to the I
out Stagg's E
U. of 0. Plans Men's Dormitory
Tentative plan. for a men's dor-
mitory at Oklahoma have been sub-
mitted to the 'Masonic bodies which
voted the'dormitories. The new build-
ings will be of the general plan of the
other buildings on the campus, col-
legiate .Gothic, and will be two stor-
ies high. There will be two wings,
one of which will have club rooms,
parlors, and offices. The other will
be used for bedrooms and is plannedl
to accommodate 116 students.
Voting 'for Cigarettes Popular'
'At a straw vote taken recently at
the University of Pennsylvania it was
decided that the most popular cigar-
ette ' was "Fatin." Those winning
second and third place were "Lucky'
Strike" and "ZCaiel."
Rochester Students Will OrganizeE
An effort is to be made to organ-
ize a Rochester club, to bring togeth-
er all University students from Roch-
ester, N. Y. Plans will be drawn up
at a meeting to be held at 7:30 o'clock
Monday, -Nov. 24, in room 306 of the
Oberlin Has Faculty Club House
A new faculty club house was open-
ed last week at Oberlin. Not..until last
spring did the faculty begin to work
together for a club house. Regular fea-
~tures will be the informal teas on
Mondays and Wednesdays' Saturday
night wil be "club night."
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