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GAN DAILY

t Y £tr1J1au Daitli
IFFICIAL NEWSPAPER O GTHE UNIVERSITY
OF MICHIGAN
blished every morning except Monday during the Univer-
ar by the Board in Control of Student Publications.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
e Associated Press is exclusivelyentitled to the use for
cation of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise
I in this paper and the local news published therein.'
tered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second'
natter.
bscription by carrier or mail., $3.50.
ices: Ann Arbor Press building,.Maynard street.
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e Daily does not necessarily endorse the sertiments ex-
in the communications.
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evening preceding insertion.
EDITORIAL STAFF
Telephone 2414
GING EDITOR...........HARRY M. CAREY
Editors-
Mark K. Ehlbert Edgar L. Rice
C. M. Campbell Joseph A. Bernstein
George Brophy Hugh Hitchcock'
als............ .......H. Hardy Heth Lee M. Woodruff
. ..... ..Renaud Sherwood,
Assistant... . .. .John I. Dakin
Assistant.............. .... ....Brewster Campbell
.. .... ....Robert C. Ange
's Department ...............Marguerite Clark
ph..........Thomas Adams, Thornton Sargent Jr.

e Waldo
Weber
Lamport

Assistants
G. I,. Clarke
Thomas J. Whinery
R. W. Wrobleski
George Reindel
Dorothy Monfort
Minnie Muskatt

Winefred Biethan
Robert D. age
Marion Nichols
Frances Oberholtzer
.dna Apel
l;. P. Lovejoy

A NEW TROPHY ROOM
Did you ever stop to think what became of the
trophies that Michigan's athletes win each year f
Or are you one of the few that really take enough
interest to know that we have a trophy rocm over
in Waterman gymnasium?
Yes, Michigan has a trophy room. We empha-
size that statement because we fear that many on
the campus will doubt its veracity. And What's
more we have won sundry and numerous trophies'
to place in that room. Pennants, cups, footballs, and
ribbons being among the honors thus far garnered.
These have been placed about the walls and shelves
pf the trophy room in the gymnasium for public
inspection. Sad to relate, public inspection «nd the
inroads made by constant exposure have done muchX
to make these well earned rewards of merit look
not unlike rescued plunder from war-ravaged Eu-
rope. This seems very deplorable .when we re-
mmber that these trophies should 'be the first thing
which our University should both protect and
cherish.
There is only one, way by which this seeming
neglect can be remedie. Trophies must be pro-
tected by being placed in air tight cases. This
matter has been brought to the attention of the
athletic authorities, but upon investigation it was
found that such cases would approximate an ex-
penditure of some $5,oo. At this time the asso-
ciation cannot meet such a heavy added expense.
If this amount is to be raised and our trophies
cared for it must be through the efforts and co-
operation of the students and alumni. Many plans
for raising this money will doubtless be sug-.
gested. However, we need only one plan, - one
with which the entire student body is in accord.
'he subject is of vital interest and demands im-
mrediate attention. Let's decide upon some means
for protecting our honors.
The campus drinking fountains seem-to be a hum-
orous novelty rather than a convenience. Did you
ever /watch anyone "sipping" at the one near the
Engineering building?
We know that spring has come by the legacy of
cigar and cigarette stubs that the melting snow has
deposited near the entrances of every, building.
The~elescope
He beats his wife most every day,
Does cruel Oswald Bards ;
But it's her fault, for he can play
A better game of cards.
Lost-Pants, dark blue from Riggs avenue to
Mosher street or from Mosher to Fulton.-Ad. in
Baltimore News.
Let's hope he lived near a barrel factory.

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BOTH ENDS OF THE DIAGONAL WALK
"George Did It"

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BUSINESS STAFF
Telephone 960
HESS MANAGER..................PAUL E. CHOLETTE
ising.........LeGrand A. Gaines, Mark B. Cov*ll
sand Classified Ads.....................HenryWhiting.
ation ...........--............-...-Edward Priehs
ton .............. ..... Curt P. Schnieider, R. A. Sullivani

Assistants'
recht F. M. Heath
n Sigmund Kunstadter
err Harold Lindsay'

D. P. Joyce
Robt. Sommerville
Arthur L. Glazer

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"ons wishing to secure information concerning news for any
The Daily should see the night editor, who has fall charge
ws to be printed that night.
night editors for this week will be: Monday
Mark Ehlbert; Tuesday night, George Bro-
Arednesday night, Hugh Hitchcock; Thursday
Edgari Rice.
THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1920. .
MICHIGAN WEEK
owing the Hop, Michigan Week, which will
d from April 16 to 24 in Detroit, will be the
>ig event on the University calendar. The
of the week have been arranged by the Uni-
of Michigan club of Detroit and the vigor
ithusiasm these alumni have displayed in pre-
the events is worthy of 'the highe'st commen-
. Their plans are elaborate and, if all goes
y anticipate, the week will not only provide
ainment for many graduates of this and
universities but will be a big boost for Mich-
arewell supper for President Hutchins, a per-
nce of the Union opera, a band bounce and
ville show are a .few of the attractions that
>een arranged for. The final day, April 24,
according to the committee, be the biggest
gan Day in history. An intercollegiate lunch-
ith music by the band at the Statler will be
ed by attendance at the Detroit-Chicago base-
aime, where a large block of seats have been
ed. The day will close with a concert by the
- alumni are devoting every spare minute and
:aking time from their business in their ef-
:o make the wee.k the best possible. It is up
at the University, to get behind them and do
our power to help them achieve their antici-
success. Although it will be impossible for
of the students to get' into the events staged
the week, there is no reason why everyone
get in the last day, Saturday, April 24. This
e a day -when alumni and undergraduates can
;ether for a reunion and an all-around good
*And, considering the active interest shown
ahlllmri. the campus should show its appre-
by having a zoo per cent representation at
.I game on that day.
THE OPERA
s especially gratifying that this year's Union
is unusually successful, if we are to judge
t performances. It is essential that the or-
tion which is to represent the best student
in the University, and which will play before
mmi in a number of cities be worthy of Mich-
rge Did It" is a musical comedy whose typi-
:ollege atmosphere is bound to make a strong
to the type of audiences that will attend its
mances.
re has been nothing of undue economy exer-
n the production of the Union's 14th opera.
c-nery and costumes, as well as the cast and
*^ rnc"firm -the Union's statement that no
e has been spared to make "George Did It"
wtion that will reflect nothing but credit on

DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. 26, xgrg)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6 :o a,
in., and hourly to 9:io p. m.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars- :48
a. i., and every hour to 9:48 p. "m. (Ex-
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:o5 a. m., 9:e5 a.
m. and every two hours to 9:05 p. m., ro:50
vi. tia. To Ypsilanti only, r r:. p. m.., r:10
a. in., and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Ypsilanti,
Local Cars West Bound--7:48 a. m. and
r 2:2o a.,im.
Asked At nandom
Today's question: "What do you
think are some of the best ways that
students can boost Michigan in their
home towns during spring vacation$"
Frank Walkder Steketee, '22, 1918
All-American full back: "True Mich-.
igan spirit does not end at the cam-
pus. It is the duty of every student
to talk about the University' widely,
yet remembering that it is not a par-
agon in every way, but best in the
great majority of ways. They should
give all rivals their just due and be
sportsmanlike in every respect, like
a true Michigan man."
Robert E. McKean, '21, advertising
manager of the Chimes: "Our sec-'
tional clubs could get in a lot of good
work at this time, it seems to me. An-
other good medium is the alumni who,
in many cities, are giving Michigan
banquets. The Opera will also help a
lot, but every one of us should take
it upon himself to get acquainted with
the right kind of fellows and- urge
them to come here next year.
Fred 3. Pfluke, '21E, 'assistant busi-
ness manager of the Student Direc-
tory: "One plan that used to be usedM
in my home town always proved very
successful. Fellows from college
would come up to the high school and
speak to the students in the auditor-
ium, after which they would distri-
bute literature. Cornell tried this and
got me, but afterwards I changed to
Michigan."
George E. Gregory, '22E, advertising
manager of the Technic: "I firmly
believe that it is the duty of every
Michigan, student to look up college
material, particularly athletes, when
home during vacation and tell them
about Michigan. The one caution that
I should have would be to take care
not to speak in a bragging way, which
would do more to injuretMichigan's
reputation than to uplift it."
Board of Public Works Hears Bids
Bids on street supplies were read
at the meeting of the board of public
works last night.
The Daily's specialty is service to
evervone.-Adv.

TENNIS PLAYERS=
We have just receive d a large shipment of
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And SUPPLIES
Wright and Ditson's Strong Line of
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Doesn't It Seem Strange
That in the car I miss
They sit like this
While in the car I catch at last
They're jammed like this.
Vincouth Vnitude Vtilized
Why, in fancy printing,
I ask you, tell me trve
Do they vse the v instead of u,
A thing I can't see thrv.
Vnless there's reason for it,
Or vnder role it comes
.It vnvst be j vst a system
Concocted by some bvms.
Som.e say it's art, I qvestion
If misspelling is art,
Vnless they make it vniform
In each and every part.
So let vs have ovr u's' and v's
Either all v's or separate,
For as it is, it pvzzles vs
To vnderstand and to translate.
Jay Whitleaf Greenier.

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Dear No.h: -
Whenever I call upon a certain young lady I find
my courtship hampered by the presence of her
younger brother: He persists in refusing to be
driven away. Is there anything I can do?
Unhappy.
Why not have him arrested for contempt of
court.
A True Prophet
First stude--April is going to be an awfully dry
month.
Second ditto-What makes you think that?
First-I've just gotten word from Dad that he
is cutting my allowance.
Boarding house keeper-Now just suppose that
you were going from the kitchen to the Aining room
and.you dropped a-piece of meat on.The floor. What
would you do?
Applicant-Is it a private family or do you have
student boarders?
B. H. K.-I run a students' boarding house.
Applicant-Then I'd put the meat back again on
the plate.
He got the job.
-, amous Closing Lines
"A false profit,' 'he muttered as he pocketed his
illegal gain. NOAH COUNT.

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