during the Univer-
iled to the usefo
o it or nkot otherwise
The work of the committee will go on from year
to year, its -work enlargitig, uxiti ' and after. Michi-
-gan h~as once more been recovilzed as TH~E COin-
pions., o the West. It means. more than. students
of the University ca.n realize .today.
However, the students of the . niversity must.
continue to co-operate with the directors of the as-
sociationi by giving suggestions, and- ideas to them.
It is only in this way, as coniditions are at present,
that student opinion will have its full share in
-havinz the affairs of the Athletic association.
When You Think. Of BOOKS
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It is once more necessary for The Daily to an-
nounce that it cart pay no attention to anonymous
Just. as it is obviously unf air to expect a blind-
folded man to hold .his own with the unencuumbered
people about him, so is it equally \unfair to expett
a newspaper to remain in ignorance of the iden-.
tity of its communicants. In some cases, the writer
may consider it more expedient that -his name be
not piblished.' The Daily is willing to grant a 're-.,
quest to that effect: But it must insist that 'the
name of the writer be submitted to the editor in ..
order to protect the publication and its readers
agaist the often worthless ideas of irresponsible
It has been necessary to disregard any number
of meritorious communications in the past simply
because of the failure of the writers to comply with
this regulation. -
Anonymous communications are a waste of the
writer's as well as the editor's time.
She bo't her J-Hlop dress
Yes, that's what Mary did,
ti But wouldn't it be a mess
I f now she doesn't get a bid?
" In fthe Wrong Pew
Stude (angrily)--Well, all i want is- what's comi-
ing to me.. I only want, a square deal.
P'rofessor-Silence. The gentleman will remem-
ber that he is int the classroom.
Mystery: How Old Is-the Sony
She is of refined appearance, about five .years
old and she hinted that she had a son occupying
a prominent position somewhere in the -srate.-
ANN ARBOR CHOP SUET
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DIARIES AND H4
DESK CALEND AR;
SNewton Ra t. Somervlle.
n Hill Arthur L. Glazer
F. M. Heath
einformnati'on concerning mews for
- see the issue editor, who has lull
ed that night. ,
rthe week are as follows:
Monday night ; Thomas H.
tBrewster P. Campbell,
M. Woodruff, Thursday
i riday night ; and Thornton
JANUARY 15, 1924.
ay's peace treaty ballot in-
;rsities of the country -may
:ndpoint of voicing' intelW -
e purpose for which it was
.s to create among college
interest in the more serioaus
nd politics.. The success of
in so arousing the student
to .bring out- a-35 per cent
ising change of- propositions'
ould'be most gratifying--as
With -an- increase in local color in
cover design, in fiction, and in articles
expressing campus opinion, Chimes
fulfils its - function .more completely
in the latest number than it has done
If Chimes has wanted more and
better fiction, its desire is fulfild,
temporarily at least, for the January
number presents in "Crushed TIruth"
and in "Treasure Alley," fiction that
is well worthy of space in Michigan's
magazine publicsation. The local angle
is evident in the leading story, making
it especially readable to Chimes' pub-
Dear Noah .-
I have been keeping- company
year, yet he has asked another
J-.Hoj,. Can you suggest any
can repay him'-for this slight?
with a junior all
gi rl to go to th
way by which -I
It is safe to say that the- first arti-
cle to be read -by Michigan wvomen
will be - the reply to the preceding
"Michigan Men" in- the December
number, which aroused so much com-
ment. "Michigan Women" is apt to
find favor -with its_ feminine readers
and it is also safe to say that each
girl- will automatically place hers-elf
In class four.
If "Michigan Women" excites the
most comment on first glance
Chimes, it is the sophomore's contri-
bution,, "I Wonder," which is likely to
arouse more serious thought. Campus
opinion Qn the subject of increase in
the salaries of professors has never
before been so openly expressed.
While such an open expression may
cause -unfavorable comment, it must
be remembered that it is the subject;
of discussion and that Chimes' aim is.
to voice student opinion.-
In "Mass Athletics:" the -encourage-
ment of class teams is suggested as a
supplement to Varsity athletics. ''A
School for Coaches" deals with anoth-
er phase of the same subject.
The advantages of asi extended op-
era trip are disuessed in a timely art-
icle by Joseph Bernstein. 'is,' it is
suggested, will bring Michigan before
those whose support is so necessary
and will aid in stopping the "go East"
,9'roy - Jraidared
S OFT COLLARS
CLUETT, PEABODY 4 CO..* INC., TROY, is. Y.
LEARN TO, DANCE
Don't Be Wall Flower
Every Friday Evening
- 7:00 to 8:80
Gentlemen, 8 lessons..... $8.00
Single lesson .......... 1.25"
Ladies, 8 lessons ......... 3.00
Single lesson .........50
Spend your money at the best
school and .get results. I guar-
antee to teach ,you all the latest
stepsl, in less - than term and.
make'you a perfect and graceful-
dancer. New class begins Fri-
-day, Jan.- 16; also advance class
same even~ing. Any person wish-
ing to learn the proper way to
dance- the Fox Trot come to me.
I teach the right way.- Seventy-
five per cent of dancers dance
with the PFox Trot music but
don't dance the Fox Trot the
right way-jwb all means they
think they 4do, but they are
cheating themselves, not the -or--
chestra.- Also position as well
and cheek :dancing is improper-
and out of place in a Ballroom.
It is not taught byr afty -dancing
instructor. For deportment and
grace attend my school. Don't-
-be -backward. Learn now so-
you can attend the parties. -No
spectators,- strictly private.
on, natural 'and
n us of interests
had lef t behind
k which we miust
lent body f ails to
tus awakened the
lent meetings on
ecursor of a- per-
You might - try getting him to take- you- on .a
sleighing party and then wearing a veil.
Again we inquire, what has become of the cid
fashioned student who knew more about the parts
of speech than he did about the parts of a car.
- - Help! Help!
Cub Reporter-Waht'll I say in writing up this
stpry of the member of the. faculty who has just
-City Ed--You migh~t refer to him ' as a finished
most (important of all, pri--
es, classes,- and wherever
'e must maintain the spirit
responsibility which we
commenting on the argu-
nts- of, 30 years ago, said-
to his words a whimsical
st pestiferlous." It is this-
'which we must cultivate.
i, will stand for- contradic--
I interest in, and study of
rs ago, it was recognized
his opinions out for him-
tand by them in argument,
zen. It was this period in
y which - turned out such-
ck). now Democratic leader
iay of the Supreme Court,
spirit which ;he ballot has
will repay. the state ten-
Our Daily Novelette
The stillness- of the night was suddenly broken
by the loud; strident tones of a man's voice. -Hle was'
arguing, expostulating with, bitterly abusing some,
one. Bitter, sarcastic invectives poured from his
lips yet no word came from the poor unfortunate
upon whom these -vials of wrath were being
"And t'think all I've dun f er you," continued the
voice. Still he failed to elicit any reply from the
"Haven't I given you grub? Ain't I made your
life easy? And dis is de way you repay me ?" At-
last I was beginning to get something out: of this
jumble of words.' It was evidently the old' case of,,
one criminal giving the other the "'double cross,
-and the fact that his duplicity had 'been discovered
meant that terrible consequences would follow.; It
was also plain by this time that the- speaker. had
worked himself into such- a rage that he was no
longer master of his passions.
"Squealing, huh," he shrieked in a veritable
frenzy of rage. "You swine, you." And grabbing-
the animal by his tail he hurled the pig through
the window, resolving never again to house pets
under the steps. . R3. W. K.
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BLUATAIZEIBL OSSOAM SHOP
The Official Decorators for the
GAN IS GETTING THERE
of- the board of directors of the Ath-
n in adopting the plan whereby the
cs committee will be a permanent or-
Michigan is noteworthy.-
ystem will mean that Michigan will
nization every yejr whose- purpose
The old fashioned girl who was offended if you
offered her, a cigaret now has -a daughter at col-
lege who feels offended if you donu't.,
Famous Closing J,ines.
"Art for Art's sake," murmured milady as -she-
hurriedly applied the lipstick when told that Arthur
was waiting for her_ below.
Qrder Your Flowers early