CO.TER. ACCEPTED BY
S; ATWOOD ALSO
The Cornell Widow has been given
first place in the Inter-collegiate Col-
lege Wit Contest, which is conducted
by Judge every year, and will be pre-
sented with the trophy which is to be
held one year, according to an an-
nouncement in the Cornell Daily
Sun. The trophy for the best indi-
vidual drawing becomes the property
of, Charles Baskervlle, Jr., '18, art
editor of the Widow and contributor
of the winning drawing
The cover design, which was -sub-
mnitted by Reed Bachman, '20, art edi-
tor of the Gargoyle, has been ac-
knowledged and accepted by Judge,
and there is a possibility that it may
be used as the cover design of the
College Wit number, issued March 13.
Michigan will be represented in this
number also by Leland T. Atwood,
'23E, contributor of two drawings
which have been accepted by Judge.
The contest was opened in Janus
ary of this year and closed about the
first of last month. Contributions
were received from college publica-
tions throughout the country.
The Michigan Daily, delivered to
your home, six mornings a week, for
the rest of the year; $2,00.-Adv.
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'Men-Hats are high; your last
season's hatcleaned andhre-
blocked into this season's shape,
with a new band, will look like
new and save you five or ten
dollars. We do only high class
work. Factory Hat Store, 617
Packard St. Phone 1792.
SWH AT S GOING ON
12:00-Druids hold Important meet-
2:80-Scalp and Blade meets at the
8:30-JunIor. Baptist get-together and
taffy pull. Guild house, 503 E. Hu-
4:30--Republican elul executive com-
mittee meets on third floor of Un-
0::30-Dr. Samuel A. Eliot will be
guest of honor at the Unitarian
8:09-Social half bou of Plymouth
guild in Congregational church.
6:00-Social hour at the Baptist guild.
6:00-Hobart guild serves lunch in
:00-Soial half hour at the Meth-
odist church. The Wesleyan guild
* meeting has been cancelled for this
6:30-Union service, Hill auditorium.
Dr. S. A. Eliot speaks.
7:30-Mandolin club practice in Uni-
8:00-Republican mass meeting in
Union assembly hall.
7:15---St. Clair County club meets on1
third floor, Union.
7:15-DIxie club meets in room 318-
7:30- Freshman Mandolin club re-
hearsal in Lane hll.
7 :30-Adelphia House of Representa-
tives meets in club rooms, Univer-
8:0Q- Local section of American
Chemical society meets in Chem-
istry amphitheater. Prof. W. A.
Patrick of Johns Hopkins univer-
sity will speak.
LAW SCHOOL GRADES OUT;
siLL "A" RECORD NOT READY
Grades for law students were mailed
out Saturday 'morning after several
weeks of delay caused by sloei mark-
ing of papers and the failure of some
classes which were unusually large
to get final marks made out.
Comparative information on this
semester's marks in regard to those
of former years and statistics giving
the number failed and conditioned
were not available Saturday as the
tabulation will not be complete until
Y. M. C. A. INN REMODELED
AND PAINTED DURING WEEK
Remodeling and repainting at the
"Y" inn has been' taking place tje
past week. The small rooms at the
north side of the building hove been
done over and converted into private
dining roms. The largest rooms can
accommodate 35 people .and will be
reserved for committee luncheons and
'banquets. Three other smalle: rooms
have been refitted to accommodate 10
The Michigan Daily Students' Di-
rectory Supplement will be completed
in subsequent issues.
WOLVERINES WIN FROM'
MAROONS I1 EASY RACE
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tied with/ Lashmet (M), third, Losch
(M), time 5 3-5 seconds; 60-yard high
hurdles: first, Johnson (M), second,
Beardsley (M), third, McDonald (C),'
time, 8 1-5 seconds; mile run: first,
W. Bowers (C), second, Earle (M),
third, Jones (C), time, 4 yin. 37 4-5
seconds; 440-yard dash: first, Harris
(C), second, Butler (M), third, Meese
(M), time 53 3-5 seconds; shot put:
first, Baker (M), second, Stipe (M),
third, Fouche (C), distance, 43 feet 2
inches; high jump: first, Johnson (M)
and Later (Mj tied, third, Schneber-
her (C) height, 5 feet 6 inches; 'pole
vault: first, Slaughter (M) and Wes-
brook (M) tied, third, Cross, height, 11
feet; half-mile run: first, Speer (C),
second, Lukins (M), third, Kennedy
(C), time, 2 min.'3 4-5 seconds; two--
mile run: first, Moore (C), second,
Dooley (C), third, Penberthy (M),
time, 10 min. 16 seconds; 65-yard low
hurdles, first, Johnson (M), second,
Beardsley, (M), third, McDonald (C),
time, 7 3-5; relay (2 laps to each man)
Michigan, first, Wheeler, Meese, Wat-
zel, Butler, seconds, time, 2 min. 46
CHIEF OF FIRE DEPARTMENT
CALLS BUILDINGS HAZARDS
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roof. The chief declares that the small'
doors that open into this exit from
the halls, should be marked in a con-
spicuous manner. The danger to life
from these "fire traps" would be
greafly lessened by placing fire es-
capes all along the east side of the
buildings, but this would not decrease
the possibility of fires, declares Chief
Next Twilight recital will occur at
3:30 o'clock this afternoon at Hill au-
ditorium. Mr. and Mrs. William
Wheeler, tenor and soprano, respec-
tively, will give a. group of duets ;
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Lockwood, a
violin duet; and Andrew C. Haigh,
piano selections. Vogal accompan-
iments will be played by Dorothy
Wines; while Albert Lockwood will
appear in the role of accompanist for
the violin numbers. V
Pupils recital by advanced students
in piano, voice and violin, will take
place at 4:15 o'clock Wednesday aft-
ernoon, March 17, in the School of
Andrews. In his belief, the only real
solution is the erection of better
After investigating conditions in
West hall Chief Andrews said that the
place ought not to be used a. single
day longer than necessary. Because
of frequent promises to 'wreck the
building, the state fire inspector has
allowed it to stand. If West hall can-
not be abandoned unfil some other
building is erected to take its place,
steps should be taken to make its use
as safe as posible.
Suggets Fire Escapes
It is the opinon of Mr. Andrews that
if new buildings cannot be erected im-
mediately, fire escapes should be putj
on the ones that are in use. He fur-
ther suggests that there are several
other b.bildings on the campus that
The chief says that the best plan
would be to have a group of men who
understand the gpnditions go over
the buildings with an expert and have
the proper equipment installed. He
points out the fact that this could not
be of loss to the University for the
irons could be transferred to new
buildings or conveniently sold.
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Our idea was to encourage a lot of
ung literary idealists by printing their
mature but earnest compositions in a
eat national magazine.
The cover design is a fair sample of
w unsophisticated are these modern
Unsophisticated-hell! They're un-
incpled young devils.tAbsolutely no
straint. They ought to be supprgssed
And gosh ! The way they talk about
They kiss a girl with about as much
y reserve as you would feel picking up
fat lady's bundle in a street car.
And drink! Why you would think
ohibition had driven all the joy out of
eir lives --taken the edge out of college,
you might say. There, we thought
a joke all ourselves.
Say, but the kids are clever.
There's something about this wit of
uth that gets you-a freshness-an
esponsible sparkle-something of the
ild, untrammelled, devilish joyousness
at older men feel when they slip off
o the woods for a holiday.
We can't describeit-but nothing just
e this issue 7of JUDGE was ever
.blished before. In its way, it's a
We've caught on the wing the essence
that glorious, elusive something that
akes old men long for one more
Iden hour on the campus-for the free
ae-hearted jollity of the days when
od fellows got together-for thecyni-
sm that was happy, the wit that didn't
ng, the oath that didn't curse, the
a that didn't soil.
And art! There are at least thirty-
ne different schools of art born in this
All the regular JUDGE features of
urse-Walt Mason-foreign jokes-
e theatre-"Bad Breaks".
Are you reading these "Bad Breaks"?
ey are great-a dollar's worth of
ughs in this one department. t
Don't miss this W*onderful. issue of"
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