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rHE MICHIGAN DAIl.

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(Continued from Page Seven)
n hadn't goipe to war, they would
w be regular sophomores or juniors.
ice they did go and fight for their{
antry, thereby earning military
dit, it is only right th'at Lney should
exempt from wearing a freshman
ue or pot after one semester. This
one way we can show our appre-
tion of what those who went 'over
re' did for us."
S. A. T. C. Gets Combined Credit
But leaving the idea of respect out
the argument, when a man has 30
urs credit he is a sophomore. The
A. T. C. got military credit, and
o academic credit, and they're
king use of it. 'Some of them had
r under 30 hours' credit last fall-
t they had been on the campus.'
r "military freshmen" have 30
urs' credit and they were in the
,r. What does it mean to be a
shman on the campus? A senior
ght be a freshman on our ,cam-
s-but he. would not be expected to
ar'a frosh pot. This point was very
orly taken by the president of the
sh lit class in answering "Asked
Random" in a recent issue of The
ily.
[ belikve the general concensus of
inionon the campus, among those
to have given the matter any ser-
is consideration, is that the sooner
is matter of "disciplining" our over-
as "military freshmen" is hushed
, the befter. It savors just a little
> much of a too sudden forgetting,
the part of a certain element, as to
iom, we are indebted for certain
all favors in the Argonne at Sois-
ns and Chateau-Thierry.
=p. Traditions "Dry Rot" .
And what of traditions? When tra-
ions irrevocally bind us, we arc
riking back". to the age of the vil-
ge community which flourished with
eat vigor some hundreds of year
o-and" of which the Russian bol-
evist is such a firm advocate. Or
it just an indication of "dry rot ?"
New problems deserve new methods
handling. This problem deserves
rgetting-the sooner the better fora
e honor of Michigan.
JOSEPH A. AVERY, '21.
Read the Daily advertisements. They
11 lead you to the best of Ann Ar-
r's" stores.-Adv.

THURSIDAT)
6:00-Chimes board of directors meets
at the Union:
7:00-Trip Mandolin rehearsal in Un-
iversity Hall.
$ :15-Union opera at Whitney theater.

FR DAY
opera at

2:15-Union
theater..
9:00-Junior
nasium.

the Whitney

Hop !n Waterman gym-

SATURDAY
2:15-J-Hop Opera performance at
the Whitney theater.
U-140 TICES
Due to the use of the room by the Uni-
versity Extension conference. there
will be no meeting - of Fine Arts 1
at 11 o'clock Friday.
Ali men of the baseball squad will
meet the - eligibility committee at
7:30 o'clock tonight at the Athletic
offices in the Press building.
Regular meeting of the Cooley club
has been postponed for one week.
COURSE IN NAVIGATION TO
BE GIVEN, AT SUMJIER SCHOOL
Instruction Planned for Students
Interested in Yachting or
'Naval Work
Astronomy 22s, a course in practical
navigation, is to be offered in the
coming Summer session. The only
prerequisite for -the course is knowl-
edge of the fundamentals of plane'
geometry.
Prof. R. H. Curtiss, who is to have
charge of the course, says that ft will
be especially designed for students
preparing for exfaminations - in con-
firmation of temporary appointments
in the navy, those interested in yacht-
ing on large bodies of water, and
those to whom a general working
working knowledge of navigation
would be useful.
Practical work at the observatory
and on nearby lakes will be features
of the course.
The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all
the latest Campus, City and World
Nows.Adv. -"

NUMBER .2
(Continued from Page One)
A baritone voice of pleasing quality
enabled Tom Underwood to establish
"Ann Arbor Days" as one of the most
harmonious numbers of the play. "Ann
Arbor Will Never Be the Same" is the
best comedy song, perhaps because it
is Knight Mirrielees who, with clean-
cut humor, puts it across.
The setting for the first act, al-
though unique, nevertheless made a
rather drab affair of the first part of
the show. The interlude .and second1
act, however, lacked nothing in col-
or, and a "fade away" scene :n the iii-
terlude constituted a Teally artistic
bit of stagecraft.
Costumes Good in Second Act
The variety of costumes during- the
second half of' the opera counterbal-
ances the necessary but hwkward look-
ing appurtenances of the first act,
which, by the way, .is not nearly so
good as the rest of the show.
The finished play shows the results
of painstaking work on the part of the
actors, directors, and authors. Inci-
dentally, the orchestra this year did
not drown out the voices behind the
footlights.
Army Supplies to Be Sold at Auction
Chicago, April 7.-Approx-imately
$4y000,000 worth of groceries, clothing,
shoes, blankets, underwear, harness,
tools and miscellaneous supplies, now
in the Army Retail stores at St. Paul,
Minn., Toledo, O., and Detroit, Mich.,
will be disposed of at public auction.
Panama Drink Popular with Tourists
Panama, April 7. - The Panama
drink called "pipa," which is made of
the cocoanut milk, enlivened with a
generous dash of sherry, is finding
much favor among tourists since na-
tional prohibition took effect.
COURSES DROPPED AFTER
THIS WEEK GET GRADE "E"
All courses dropped in the lit-
erary college after this week will
be recorded with the grade "E,"
Registrar Arthur G. Hall stated
Tuesday. Specific action to the
contrary by the adminis-
trative board will be the only ef-
effective means of changing an
"E" so recorded.
Campus news, student doings, news
of the outside world, are all to be
Iound in the Michigan Daily.-Adv.

Disturbances Break Out in Frankfort
Due to Order from Berlin
(By. Associated Press)
Frankfort, April; 7.-Six Germans
were killed and 35 wounded in a disor-
der here today. Order was finally re-
stored.
Mayence. April 7. - Disturbances
broke out in Frankfort today, but
energetic intervention by the French
troops restored order. From German
sources it was learned that six Ger-
mans were killed and 35 wounded,
It is reported that the manifestations
which gave rise to these incidents
were due to an order which originated
in Berlin.
APPARATUS MEET WON BY
GIRLS OF FRESHMAN CLASS
Freshman women won the appa-
ratus meet by a score of 28 to 17. The
individual places were won as fol-
lows:' Marion Koch, '23, first; Elsa
Oissen, '23, second; Helen Wong, '22
third.
Relay race was, won by the sopho-
mores. The contestants were:-Mar-
Ilam Schlotterbeck, '23, Marion Koch,
'23, Gretta Adams, '23, Veo Fnster,'23,
Ruth Mills, '22, Evelyn Rockwell, '22,
Leota Clark, '22, and Florence Thomp-
son, '22.
PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS TO
BE ENTERTAINED AT DANCE
To encourage more students to
come to the University, the St. Clair
County club at its meeting Tuesday
night decided to hold a dance at the
Windemere hotel at the Port Huron
beaches during spring vacation, at
which prospective students of the Uni-
versity will be invited to attend.
The dance will be held next Wednes-
day, according to present plans.. All
students and alumni of the University
who are residing iVi St.. Clair county
will be invited to attend.
1COOLEY CLUB CASE ADJOURNED
UNTIL AFTER HOLIDAYS
The case on the docket, scheduled
to appear before the Cooley club to-
night has been adjourned until Thurs-
day night, April 22. This case is .Wil-
hams vs. Councelman and Bingham,
1 and is a civil appeal involving con-
tract and agency.

Patronize our Advertisers.--Adv.
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