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N0 EDITOR ...........GEORGE 0. BROPHY J9-
or ............ ........Chesser M. Campbell
Editorial Board......................Lee Woodruff,
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TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1921.
state capitols must naturally be a hard fighter, will-
ing to return blow for blow and play according to
the rules; otherwise he or she will be nothing more
than a figurehead. Women ought by nature to stay
away from this sort of struggle; it is no more fit-
ting nor necessary for them than bricklaying, and
they can accomplish the same or better results by
organizing at home and electing strong men to do
the battling for them. The weeping type ought not
to be in politics ; the other, harder sort is and ought
to be an anomaly, though an interesting and in a
sense admirable one, so long as we want to pre-
serve our ideal womanliness.
We have heard for a long, long time that it is
the women who uphold the ideals of the world. We
wonder if the growth of the professional politician
of feminine gender is not a step in the wrong direc-
tion - a real loss, through active participation, of
the position which she can best maintain as the
idealist at the ballot box. Even in the face of over-
whelming opposition, we question the efficacy of or
necessity for feminine politicians.
OFFICIAL BIASEBALL RECORDS
r.Tfhe keeping of Big Ten individual baseball rec-
ords is the subject of an article published in the
Daily Iowan and reprinted a few days ago in The
Daily. According to the plan as outlined, a record
keeper would be appointed by the athletic director
of each of the ten universities, this official contin-
ually to tabulate the standing of each man on his
squad in point o f the number of hits and fielding
or pitching ability. Thus, by official comparison
on the part of some authority at the end of the sea-
son, it would be possible to discover just who were
the real "stars" in Conference baseball.
The scheme seems to have many advantages on
its side. Moreover, its adoption should not involve
any great difficulties, for only one recorder would
be required for each team. Such a system should
be of considerable benefit to the Big Ten as a whole.
The universitie of this group are banded together
into an organization for the betterment and intensi-
fying of athletic relations. Why, then, would not
the keeping of such official records of all players
in the Conference help to make the present unity
and competition just that much more complete and
A few simple traffic rules and a requirement
of canoe lights might relieve the danger of conges-
-tion on the river these nights.
Too many caps and gowns were "being pressed"
Monday. Let's have them on when Thursday morn-
ing rolls around.
Give Michigan a chance to have a beautiful cam-
pus. Cut out the shortcut.
The buck has passed, and through the Telescope
There peers upon the world another eye, ,;
The orb of one who cherishes the hope
To hold its standards equally as high.
The lens with magic blendling tends to dye
Our lives a fairer hue, dark clouds turn bright;-
In this each one can help if he will try,
We all say witty things, see funny sights,
So why not make this column yours? Come on
DETROIT UNITED LINES
In Effect Nov. 2, 1920
Detroit, 'Aun Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Limited and Express cars leave for
Detroit at 6:05 a. m., 7:05 a. m.,
8:10 a. m., and hourly to 9:10 p. m.
Limiteds to Jackson at 8:48 a. m. and
every two hours to 8:48 p. m. Ex-
presses at 9:48 a. in. and eN ery two
hours to 9:48 p. m.;
Locals to Detroit- 5: 55a.m., 7:00 a.m.
and every two hours to 9:00 p. m.
also 11:00 p. ;m. To Ypsilanti only,
11:40 p.m., 12:25 a.mn., and 1:15 a.m.
Locals to Jackson' :60 u. m., and
s ..; ,,. 7 , ..
Place Where You Can
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MR. BESIMER SERVES THEM
BATH ENDS OF THE DIAGONAL WALK
Open Evening During Sale
Night Editor-FRANK H. MCPIKE.
The entire editorial staff an4 tryouts will meet at
o'clock this afternoon.
THE INTERCLASS GAMES
As the closing events of the school year gradu-
11y materialize, attention turns its focus for a mo-
ient away from the cap and gown, and deigns to
lance down the ranks a few years to watch the
nnual ,spring antics of the Freshman,'and Sopho-
nore classes. For as the waters of the shady Hu-
on grow warmer and muddier, wearers of the
rey skull cap hungrily anticipate pulling their lord-
ng oppressors into its sluggish current, while hard-
earted sophomores long "to take some of the cock-
1ess out of the frosh". For the lower half of the
Jniversity, interclass games are one of the biggest
raditions of the year. It is the time when each
lass coibines to test its. strength, the time when'
rievances ihay be settled in a virile and sportsman-
This spring the size of the contending bodies is.
earer equal than at any time in recent years.
herefore it is imperative to the welfare of each
ass that every man turn out to do his bit. The
ailure by a part of either class to participate will
ecessarily have a weighty effect in determining the
Tonight a freshman pep meeting is to be held
t the Natural Science auditofium at which plans
or the coming games will be discussed and a gen-
ral idea given of how to "beat the sophs". On
hursday night at University Hall the sophomores
ill unite their forces. If Interclass Games are to
ean anything to the competing classes, it is the
uty of each freshman and sophomore to turn out
>r the meetings and for the games, determined to
in but with the spirit of good sportsmanship in
WOMEN IN POLITICS
The proponents of equal suffrage maintained be-
re the passage of the equal suffrage amendment
at the extension of the ballot to. women would be
z almost unmixed blessing. Naturally it has failed
do all that its adherents claimed it would do,
st as it has failed to bring about the utter dis-
ption of things political predicted by its oppon-j
its. 'It has, however, been .the direct cause of a'
ienomenon worthy of notice, the entrances of
omen into active politics.
There -have been up to the present two women
ected 'to congress. One wept pathetically as she
st her ballot against the war, the other is made of
erner stuff. Judging from her picture, it would
ke more than war or the threat of war to cause
r to shed tears of sympathetic anguish. She is
e forerunner of the professional politicians of the
-called weaker sex. Granting that she has the
ghest motives in the world when she enters the
me, the professional politician will have to run up
ainst more than a little shady stuff, for politics
ways has been and probably always will be a dirty
me, with the wrong and unscrupulous on one side
The person to combat evil and wrong-thinking
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JIc andlviss Wins,
Robert J. McCandliss, '21, and a
student at the University School of
Music, is the winner among the men
vocalists competing in the contest for
young musicians held during the past
week by the Federated Musical clubs
of Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio. This
makes him eligible to the national
contests from June 6 to 14 at the tri-
pities of Moline, Davenport, and Rock
He is a student at the present time
of Nora Crane Hunt, of the voice de-
partment of the School of Music; and
was formerly the pupil of Theodore
Harrison, who was the head of the
voice department for five years. Mr.
McCandliss was born in China where
his parents are medical missionaries.
He came to this country for his twork
in medicine and has combined music
with that work.
He has been prominent in musical
circles in Ann Arbor, being a mem-
ber of the University Glee club, the
University Choral union, and soloist
at the Presbyterian church. During
the summer he has engaged Sin chau-
tauqua work. At the performance of
"Aida" on the Saturday evening of the
May Festival he will sing the part
of the messenger.
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Germany is anxious to bring her war criminals
to trial, but she can't find enough innocent men to
form a jury.
Quoth Eppie Taff:
Here rest the bones
Of Joseph Copen,
Forgot to open.
Our Latest Song Entitled:
"Breaking Rubber Bands May Be Human, But
It's Stretching a Thing Too Far."
Each day beneath this heading shines a joke from
someone else's lines.
A cross-eyed judge was unfortunate enough to
have three equally cross-eyed prisoners brought be-
fore him. As a consequence the following conver-
Julge (to first prisoner): What's your name?
Second prisoner (answering) : John Jones.
Judge (to second prisoner): Shut up.
Third prisoner: I didn't say anything.
* "Say, that rug used to be light colored. How did
it get so dark?"
"Well, I felt energetic one day, and beat it so
hard it turned black and blue."
His car ran very poorly last winter,
Something was wrong with the hack;
But it's perfectly all right now since
It got its bearings back.
No one likes to find out he has made a mistake,
but it's all right if we discover ten extra dollars in
our bank account.
Famous Closing Lines
"Overhead expenses," muttered the man as he
paid for an umbrella.
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