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versity, and with reason. If we stay true to form
during the Hop, there is no aspect of Michigan's
ureatness. which we will not bring to our guests'
attention. We will slfow them the campus, the
beauties of the city, the boulevard, the new Li-
brary and Union. We will tell them of what Mich-
igan has accomplished in the past, and what its
glorious near-future is to bring. In short, we will
seize this greatest of all occasions to place Michi-
gan in its true light, in the light by which we wish
it to be remembered.
Let Michigan at Its Best" be our motto for the
I Roger Industri,
G RA HAM'I S
BOTH ENDS OF THE DIAGONAL WALK
"George Did It"
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NG EDITOR. ,..............HARRY M. CAREY
Mark K. Ehibert Edgar L. Rice
C. M. Campbell Joseph A. Bernstein
George Brophy Hugh Hitchcock
.........H. Hardy Heth, Lee K. Woodruff
.... .................Renaud Sherwood
istant.............. ...John I. Dakin
istant............ ..Brewster Campbell
................Robert C. Angeu
. Thomas Adams, Thornton Sargent Jr.
G. E. Clarke
Thomas J. Whinery.
Ido R. W. Wrobleski
r George Reindel
rt Dorothy Monfort
Robert D. Sage
L. P. L~ovejoy
DO WE SWIM?
Somehow or other the belief has spread about
that the Union tank is nearing completion. Con-
versation among students frequently turns to thi
pleasant prospect of swimming there next fall; and
conjectures are made as to what a University swim-
ming team will do after practicing for a time in the
As a matter of fact, there isxconsiderable uncer
tainty--far more than is generally suspected--as to
the source of funds for completing work on the
tank, barely begun at present. Something like
$48,000 is necessary to pay for apparatus still to
be installed ; and so far Alumni offers have not
been forthcoming. For a long time an adequate
swimmng tank has been a dream of University
students ; but now, just as its realization seems im-
minent, it appears that another disappointment i*
due. With the new Union so well furnished in
every other detail, it is a pity that this one -
equally important, if not more so - must be omit-
ted for lack of funds. We hope the Alumni, who
have proved their interest in the welfare of the
University by former generosity, will relieve the
situation once more by their timely assistance.
Thinking of Spring vacation yet? So are we.
DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. 26, 1919)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:to a.-
in., and hourly to 9:1o p. m.
Jackson, Limited and Express Car- :48
a. mn., and every hour to 9 :48 p. mn.(EX-
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:o5 a. m., g:as a.
m. and every two hours to 9:05 p. M., 10:50
v. Mn. To Ypsilanti only, I z 4 gp. tn., -1:10
a. m., and to Saline, change at psilanti.
Local Cars West Bound--7:48 a. m. and
12:20 a. Mn.
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Excellent CHOP SUEY from
11:30 a. m. to midnight
Steaks and Chops 814 S. State
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FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1920.
Ai this issue The Daily ceases regular publica-
ztl Tuesday morning, April 20. Thcre will
-Hop extra edition distributed at the Hop to-
nd also an extra Saturday morning with full
of the Hop.
REMEMBER THE TEAM
ay is not an insignificant one. Spring vaca-
beginning; the Junior Hop comes off to-
and this afternoon Michigan's baseball rep-
atives start on their invasion of the Sunny
"The first two of these events will receive
ovation necessary, but the baseball men are
tes that deserve the most enthusiastic back-
er weeks of steady practice they are to get
chance to show their mettle, Coach and
dlike have worked hard and faithfully under
unfavorable weather conditions. They are
South where they will be pitted against teams
ave been enjoying the advantages of splendid
.11 weather. The test will be no easy one but
el sure that our team will do credit to the
THE HOP - AN OPPORTUNITY
welcoming the hundreds of young and fair
Vill be the guests of Michigan men over the
end, we are not only expressing our pleasur-
espect for an old tradition and bestowing our
upon beauty. We are testifying; as at no
time of the year, to the true importance of
spect of college life which is not emphasized
ilogues, but which remains nevertheless the
remorable part of our years at the University:
rnocracy and good times and friendships and
es which we sum up in the expression, "the
the outsider, who has not seen the hours of
tudy and the daily Toutine which "break into
i<* it is this side which has been empha-
Co'lege life," for many of the girls who are
g for the Hop, will always be conceived of
in terms of the sort of good times they en-
ring the house party. The social side alone
amain as their memory of Michigan; and it
to us to see that that memory is a true one,
I from a glimpse of Michigan at its best-.
t of all, we want them to carry away an image
democracy and good-fellowship which is the
tmosphere of Michigan. Ours is a Univer-
ithout any class distinctions other than those
sed in numerals. The Hop is the- crowning
stationi of this spirit; it is the occasion when
us, no matter what the origin of our dress
the mileage our partner has covered to reach
ngle and satisfy together and to the fll that
e for pleasure and comradeship which buoy-
d active youth demands. Let us make this
)f democracy memorable for all our guests.
finally there is the matter of loyalty, It
be hard to conceive of a college man who did
ld his alma mater above eyeything but home
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"Truth," says the wise man,
"Is better than fiction,
And so I'll employ it,
For I've no contradiction.
"The First Essential of Education
is an Aotive Mind."-President Burton.
To create an active mind from one naturally somewhat slow and inatten-
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thought, comprehension, logic-all are essential to good memory and.are
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Instead of on lovers,
On sea, or on hummock,
I'll- write these few verses
On an empty stomach."
Jay Whitleaf Greenier.
So Young and Yet So Innocent
Co-ed-Mother, isn't it wrong to kiss a man
you're not engaged to?
Mother-Certainly, my daughter.
Co-ed (triumphantly)-That's just exactly what
I told 'em.
Co-ed-h, Dick and Charlie and Tom and
Harry and - Interrupted by dull thud as the
mother faints. '
Dear Noah: -
Last evening a young gentleman with whom I
had an engagement for the Union opera called up
and gave me the rather weak excuse that he had
lost the tickets. What do you think was the real
reason, for this strange conduct? Ima Kohed.
Well, Ima, you probably could discover his real
reason by the simple expedient of looking in a
Personality .is what makes a girl who is neither
a Venus de Milo or an Irene Castle get a bid -for
Our Daily Novelette
He could not-he would not believe this of her.
Her hands, as snowy white as the odorous blos-
soms of the peanut tree, her face serene and fair
as the untroubled slumbers of the child, and in her
eyes the translucent beauty of the stewed prune.
No, . No! He would not believe this of her ---
and still before his very eyes lay this damning evi-
Great drops of sweat beaded his forehead; tiny
rivulets of glistening perspiration coursed down his
furrowed cheeks. Outwardly calm, a great battle
was raging within him. Hie leaned forward on the
restaurant table and as he did so his eyes fell once
more on that irrefutable evidence of deceit. Could
it be,.that-she, too, knew? Was she a party to such
base trickery? lie looked at her again, a charm-
ing picture of youthful innocence, of unstudied
At last his decision was made. He would find
out for once and for all if she were really cogniz-
ant of the terrible deception being perpetrated be-
fore her very eyes on countless gullible victms. He
- hoped against hope that she would be able-to offer
something in extenuation of her apparent implica-
vtion in this crime. Trembling like a leaf, a wild and
unnatural look on his face, he reached her desk.
And then in a voice faltered in spite of hs efforts
to make it sound natural he asked her if she knew
she was working in a restaurant which was selling
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"I'm making money hand over fist," said the
pugilist as he knocked out his opnonent.
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