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secure high school athletes- :but
an decided to adopt such a sys-
te decided to be "above board"

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ly during the UJniver-
it Publications.
MRD PRUBS
entitled to the use for
lto it or not otherwise
,ublished therein.
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endorse the sentiments ex-
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....City Editor
....... Sports Editor
. Women's Editor
.Telegraph Editor

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SUE EDITORS
mas H. Adams Brewster Campbell
ge Brophy John I. Dakin

Dorothy Monfort
Minnie Muskatt
Robert C. Angell
t Robert D. Sage
Thomas J. Whinery
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.Robt*omervie
Arthur L. Glazer
F. M. Heath
tion concerning news for
issue editor, who'has full
light.
reek are as follows:
y night; Thomas H.
vster P. Campbell,
foodruff, Thursday
night; and Thornton
it.
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about it
The Daily does not remember when Michigan has
gloated over the factthat he secured the .best
prep material for future teams. In fact, it would
be impossible as the active work of the committee
has not begun yet.
The Daily Illini seems to think that the commit-
tee at Michigan is composed and fostered by the
athletic board. The committee is composed of stu-
dents of the University who have no connection
with the athletic board. The work is similar to
that of the alumni bodies that the "University of
Illinois has in nearly every large city in the state
to secure athletes for the Sucker teams. The only
difference is that the, Michigan committee does not
hesitafe to do her work openly.
EVERY STUDENT BEHIND MICHIGAN
ATHILETICS
The answers to the questionnaires sent out by
The Daily to the Conference colleges to ascertain
how students were represented on their athletic
teams brings out the fact that but two have sys-
tems whereby students have the larger representa-
tion. In fact, Michigan students seem to be repre-
sented, as far as figures go on her athletic board, as
well as the majority of the colleges.
However, representation in theory and represen-
tation in practice are two different matters.
Michigan students are not truly represented on
her athletic board. But it is as much the fault of
the students of the University as the athletic board.
It is the duty of the student members of the board
in control of athletics and the student members of.
the board of directors to secure campus opiniom.
But unless the students of the University co-operate
with them by giving suggestions and ideas and
bringing pressure to bear on the student members,
Michigan students will never be, truly represented.
Perhaps the plan of Purdue in having an advis-
ory committee composed of representative men on
the campus would help. At any rate, there never
was a -time in the history of the University of
Michigan when she so needed to have every student
take an active interest in the athletic affairs of the
University as at the present time.
As convincing proof that "poets are born not
made" we reproduce the following:
She tried to spurn
He wouldn't listen
Now he is hern
And she is hisn.
Now is everybody of the opinion that ability like
that is a gift from Heaven and not something to
be acquired?
When you hear a fellow, saying that his studies
haunt him you can generally put it down that he
hasn't a ghost of a chance in the finals. .

With each book, 25 choice views ofthe Campus
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blished Tuesday morning, she
versity of Michigan, spurred
1919 football season and an
ses little better in future sea-
:he policy of influencing prep
:end the University of Michi-
empt to regain some of its lost
tic world. Instead of ;being-
he leaders among students and
, it was openly advocated by
and has grown to such pro-
newspapers, eager to fill up
t stove league season, flount
: pages as a remarkable feat."
at the scheme lowers the plane
Nestern Conference, that the
ne teams are below the stand-
.oes not give Michigan a right
n Conferenc to a professional
n's open boast that she has
:p school athletes for future
ng over it is an insult to the
vest, and that athletes are not
niversity under such a system
ersity a product of the ath-
also states that "it is strange
lost her position in the Cop-
r radical views on theathletic
e up such a system so soon
-
> comment on Michigan's out-
Goliath said many things-

COMEDY CLUB PRESENTATION
MARKED BY BARRIE'S SATIRE
"Alice-Sit-By-The-Fire," the three-
act comedy to be presented Jan. 28,
at the Whitney by the Comedy club' is
an amusing satiric comment on a com-
mon type of modern play. Barrie,
himself one of the most original play-
wrights of his generation, havink been
bored to the limit by the utter ab-
sence of new ideas in most of the sur-
rent plays has taken the standardized
plot and by giving it a clever Bar-
rie twist, has made a play refreshing
and original in the extreme.
Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, who is di-
recting the production, claims that
rehearsals have been actually dif-
ficult at times due to the fact that the
humor of the play has struck both the
cast and the director so forcibly. "One
week on the play has been a de-
light,"-said Professor Nelson, "not be-
cause of devotion and enthusiasm, but
because we have all realized the fun
of it so fully."
CORNELL NINE WILL MAKE
PROTRACTED SOUTHERN TRIP
Ithaca, N. Y., Jan. 16.-Cornel's
baseball nine will make a southern
trip this year. Three games are
scheduled for the first three days in
April and one, more on July 2.
On the first trip Georgetown, Uni-
versity of Virginia and Johns Hopkins
will furnish the opposition, while
Maryland State will match up against I
her in June.
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The above picture if to clar up in the minds of
our readers any misconception they may have had
of this Futuristic Art. The picture is entitled
"The Crossing of the Red Sea by the Isrealites."
In this picture the sea has rolled back, the Isrea-
lites have crossed over and the Egyptians liaven't
come yet. Simple isn't it when you understand it?
'A Keen On'e
"My girl looked killing at the Union dance last.
night."
"Killing? What d'ya mean?"
"Just what I say. She looked daggers at me
every time she sav me dancing more than once
with the same ,girl."x

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Dear Noah:-
Is. there anything I can do with
is worn ott?
Nothing except probably return

an umbrell that
Thriftie.
it to its owner.

:ourse is doing everything within
e high school athletes enroll in the
she is doing it openly and "above
a new idea as far as some other
:once'rned. The people of the na-
ly what Michigan is doing to se-
erial. In fact everything that the
me was published.
y of Illinois is stoutly opposed to
g what she is doing to secure ath-
y will not deny that she has sent
laces in the United States in order
:s to enter the University. The
not forgotten the banquet given
high school athletes-,in the state of
iiversity, at which members of the
em and Coach Zuppke spoke. Was
this banquet to secure future uni-

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Prof,.-Of course this is largely theoretical. Only
fools are positive.
Stude-Are you sure of that?
Prof.-I'm positive.
The Superwo* an
Plans have been made for four brides with' con-
crete abasements in Cole County.-Mattoon Com-
mercial Star.
The Kaiser means to "fool" France. So far, he
hasn't succeeded in fooling anybody but himself.
Famous Closing Lines
"Thank God! At last we are on dry land," said
the ship-wrecked sailors as they reached ,the shore
of the United States.
NOAH COUNT.

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