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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

tr1~iguu Daitg

E UNIVERSITY
day during the Univer-
-nt Publications.

ing. except
Control of

MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for
on of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise
this paper and the local news published therein.
A at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second
er.
iption by carrier or mail, $3.50.
Ann Arbor Press building, Maynard Street.
: Business. 96o;' Editorial. 24x4.
unications not to exceed Soo words, if signed, the sig-
n ecessarily to appear in pt int, but as an evidence of
notices of events will be published in The Daily at the
of the Editor, if left at or mailed to The Daily office.
communications will receive no consideration. aNo;man-
I be returned unless the writer incloses postage.
)aily does not neessarily endorse the sentiments ex-
the communications.
*s Going On" notices will not be receved after o'clock
-ing preceding insertion.
EDITORIAL STAFF
Telephone 2414
KG EDITOR..........GEORGE 0. BROPHY JR.
Chesser M amrh
Editorial Board..........-..-........Lee Woodruff
HAdam H. W. Hitchcock
. DamnJ.E. McManis
enaud Sherwood T. W. Sargent. Jr
itor...... ... . . . A. Bernstein
r A... .+B. P. Campbell
T.. Whinery, L . Kern, S. T. Beach
............. . .Robert Angell
Editor...................... ...Mary D Lane
........... ..Thomas Dewey
*.............. ..... ,. ....3ack W. Kelly

Assistants
dde Frank H.. McPike
Cr {JA. Bacn.
kery Wi~.a. Otawa?
key Paul Watzel 1
tel Byron Darnton
undy M. A. Klavei
hotzer 1?. R. Meiss
lams Walter Donnelly
liett Beata Hasley
Bain Kathrine Montgomery

Sidney B. Coates'
C. T. Pennoyer
Marion B. Stahl
Lowell S. Kerr
Marion Koch
Dorothy Whipple
Gerald P. Overton
Edward Lambrecht
Sara Walert
H. 1, Howlett

no reason why enough should not turn out so that
we might have a new and varied exhibition every
time.
Those taking part too often seem to think that
they are doing others a favor, and although we do
not fail to appreciate their efforts there is no reason
why being in a Union Spotlight should not be con-
sidered an honor and something to work for. The
otnly way we can bring out the best in Michigan
ntertainment is to foster the sort of hot competi-
tion which makes success and a place on the pro-
gram an achieveme t. The present charity attitude
is bound in the end to bring down the standard of.
the shows.
Among the nearly nine thousand students on the
campus there must be several hundred with real
capacities along Spotlight lines who have hid their
light under a bushel athevery call for tryouts.
How's to step forward hereafter and make Michi-
gan's campus entertainments events representiig
the very best we have to offer?
A CHANCE FOR THE TROPHIES
Trophies are among the best builders and up-
holders of spirit we have. They are silent remind-
ers f times when Michigan's men have done their
best, spurs to the rest of us to uphold the M~aize
and Blue as well.
Michigan's best collection is in a small room in
Waterman gymnasium where few ever get to look
at it. Footballs and baseballs bearing the scores
of ancient victories, pennants that record triumphs
in numerous meets, cups and all the other parapher-
nalia which have followed in the train of winning
elevens and -nines and fives and track squads
through the years of Michigan athletics are all
there - well preserved, but seldom noticed.
What better place could there be for these in-
signia than the third floor hall of the Union, on
the main right-of-way to committee rooms visited
frequently by many Michigan me? Placed along
the well-lighted walls, the trpphies would at last
serve their true purpose of a real inspiration.
BRINGING BACK THE CARTOONIST
For a good many years, the first rate cartoonist
of some of ottr larger' metropolitan newspapers
have filled a big place, because of their effective
representation of existing conditions in a way that
the average person can easily understand. As an
editorial medium, the cartoon has a wide appeal;
it is readily understood and even the hasty or cas-
ual reader is quick to catch its meaning.
The real cartoonist must be an observer, and
must be well fitted mentally to work out sensible
ideas and portray them in a logical form. Our art
schools now, however, are turning out a great
many young men, skilled in the technique of the
pencil, but often poorly equipped to take up the
work where some of our greater figures will leave
off. The writer spent some time in a Chicago
school of arts where*cartooning was taught rather
extensively, and it was his observation that a great
percentage of the young men there enrolled had the
intention of going in primarily for some form of
comics.
Is the cartoonist of statesmanlike stamp dying
out ? Then the professional art schools certainly
ought to do something to fill the vacancy. Setting
up of a course where the art of cartoon-editorials
would abe 'taught, with a reqflirement of knowledge
of history, economics, sociology, and political sci-
ence, woultd be an excellent firt step.

BOTH ENDS OF TK'E DIAGONAL WALK
Open Evening During Sale "

BUSINESS STAFF
Telephone 960
lESS MANAGER............LEGRAND- A. GAINES, JR.
ising .................... ...---.D P. joi ce
eds ..... .................... ... - .-- . Kunstadter
nts.............. ... --.... . R. Prieho
tion .................................V. V. Hillery
Assistants
V. Lamnbrecht M. M. Moule H. C. Hunt
Hamel, Jr. N. w. Robertson M. S. Goidring
3. IHutchinson *hos. L. Rice H.W.14eidbreder
. Cross R. G. Burchell W. Cooley
L. Davis A. J. Parker
rsons wishing to secure information concerning news for any
f The Daily should be the night editor, who has full charge
news to be printed that night. ._._
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1921.
Night Editor-THOMAS H. ADAMS.
MICHIGAN SPIRIT NEXT YEAR
II. THE 'CIAssEs
e fundamental basis of national patriotism is
ound in the full grown, spread-eagle ideas of
cal orators. It is not an all-embracgig, al-
:ic, unreasoning overflow pf the emotions.. On
ontrary patriotism is in the large a very sel-
hing, a great, natural, practical human fact.
based largely upon local prejudice and com-
ty pride which has come to be regarded as
cable to awwhole nation instead of a small
ory. Just so, Michigan spirit is the product
very definite local pride which relates chiefly
smaller groups within the University but
h is extended to embrace the whole of the Uni-
ty because of the close inter-relations of the
e group life.
Lchigap spirit is different from the spirit of
other university only as the traditions and
ghts of Michigan are different from those of
schools. In the past there has always been a
strenuous class spirit which helped immensely
uilding up the more comprehensive Michigan
which made our University famous.
is year'there is a lamentable lack of class
. The small number of votes registered at
elections is ridiculously nonirepresentative of
voting strength. Class smokers and social
tions, are poorly attended; class dues are un-
Most of us cannot do so much as name our
presidents without first looking them up ---
ting that we know where to look.
is in class meetings that we become familiar
Michigan traditions. It is there that we get
now our classmates, by sight at least. It is
that we have a chance to make our class a
r one by the motions that we pass and the
ons that we express. There also we establish
>asis for a strong alumni class organization. It
much a duty of the true Michigan man to at-
his class meetings as it is to attend athletic
ests and cheer the Michigan teams.
'e have heard a great deal about the war being
ame for the loss of -spirit. The war has been
now for two years and a half. It is pretty near
to get back to the better things which the old
iigan stood for. If we quit passing the buck
get behind our classes, we may be able to re-
some of the old spirit and traditions before
have become obliterated even in memory by
graduation of the older men to whose memory

I)ET IiIT UNITED LiES8
In Effect Nov. 2, 1920
B feetween
Detroit, Ann krB r and Jatkson
(Eastern Standard Time)
1lmited and Express cars leave for
Detroit at 6:05 a. in., 7:05 a. m.
8:10 a. m., and hourly to 9:10 p. m.
0iniiteds to Jackson at 8:48 a. in. and
every two hours to 8:48 p. imn.Ex-
ores at 9:48 a. in. and e'eery two
hours to 9:48 p. in.
L ocas .o Detroit-5:55a.m., 7:00 a.m.
and every two hours to 9:00 p. in.,
also 11:00 P. in. TO YploiufftI OVy
11:40 p.m., 12:25 a.m., and 1:15 a.m.
law ls to Jacks-on-7: O a. in., and
12-10 .m
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work. Fetnry lal Store, 617
Pakard t Phna e 172 ,
Grease Dance Tickets on General Sale
Tickets for the Crease dance Friday
evening at the Union, have been placed
on sale for the. general public, the
preference to the'laws having expired
yesterday. Only a few tickets remain
unsold and these may be obtained
from the following law seniors: Thur-
man B. Doyle, Herman A. August, Ed-
ward A. Martiner, Frank L. Walters,
Turner M. Rudesill, Raymond M.
Lewis, and Charles A. Libby.
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used in Murad-Why?
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The Telescope
A Hot One
They roasted him at college,
The pious student man;
When he went to teach the cannibals
They followed the same plan.
Today's nominee for the Royal Order of Oil
Cans is the learned cosmopolitan from Paw Paw
who occasionally slips up on his "ayether" and
"ni-i-ither" and so forgets himself as to pronounce
them as though they rhymed with "See there".
Our editorial likeness 'was a composite picture of
grief and regret when we read the following epistle
which shows that perhaps after all our onclusion
that we lie enshrined in the girlish hearts on this
campus may be a little wrong. We only hqpe that
more of the fair ones will grasp this opportunity
of also- disillusioning us.
Give the Girls a Chance
Don't cuss us co-eds out no more !
It makes us one and all too sore ;
To see such humor heats our sore.
Your stuff has got to be a bore.
What if we like to bob our hair?
What matter what weight hose we wear?
They're paid for, you ought not to care,
So long as two of them's a pair.
Perhaps the girls in days of yore
Might let you crack them jokes so poor;
But nowadays we rise to roar,
Don't cuss us co-eds out no more."
Famous Closing Lines
"I like the spirit in which this was sent," mut-
tered the stude as he tasted the brandied peaches.
NOAH COUNT

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kKE THE SPOTLIGHT AN HONOR
rly all of us go to the local movies to seek
inment, and many times the question is
why we cannot entertain ourselves and at the.
ime encourage our would-be enthusiasts of
.ge. The answer is, we can - if we will.
>otlight is one of the forms by which we can
our home talent. But every time a produc-
attempted there seems to be some difficulty
:ing people to display their talent for the
of others. Former vaudevilles and the re-
osmopolitan club production give proof that
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