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DAY, MAY 17, 1921.
tor-E. F. LAMBRECHT
D ART COLLECTION
hrough the kindness of friends
University, some exceptional'
fered, the students of viewing
collections which will, perhaps
ver to public exhibition again.
when they are presented, are
- is almost unbelievable that
who are at all interested in'art
view the paintings of the Todd
will be open to the public be-
i Memorial hall.
which were purchased under
ervision of Hon. Albert M.
aazoo, and to whose collection
from the last year's exhibits
ademy, London, and the Paris
hrough Mr. Todd's great cour-
in the University of Michigan,
ented to have them exhibited
affording as it does the oppor-
some estimate of the best con-
ng is one which is exceptional
and deep gratitude is due its
ughtfulness and interest. It is
iat students and faculty of the
ake the only outward manifes-
this gratitude towards such a
Michigan, by turning out to
in Memorial hall.
appearance of the so-called
government has fallen into one
other. A great many names of
y served honorably in the army
en names of men killed in bat-
1 in this list. In the first names
ago, William Sutherland Bacon
delinquent role; but upon the
is black list it was found that.
I as a lieutenant colonel in the
the evasion of military service. That the war
department should ask the public to do its de-
tective work at the expense of the false brand-
ing of brave men as cowards, is so unfair that
it needs little comment.
When the government issues a list that is ab-
solditely accurate in every detail, it is certain
that all publishers will be glad to give these real
slackers the utmost publicity, but until this is
done there undoubtedly will be great hesitancy
among editors to ruin a man's reputation in or-
der to assist in a task which should undoubt-
edly be undertaken by the secret service and'the
department of justice.
STAY OVER COMMENCEMENT
Classes of twenty-nine different years, rang-
ing as far back as that of '71, have planned re-.
unions at Michigan during Commencement
week. This means that an extremely large dele-
gation of alumni will be back at the University,
to find once again the old environment and the
spirit of which they are so justly proud. The. ap-
pearance of our campus has changed a great deal
since their day, and they can only be made to
feel completely in the atmosphere which they
seek through the hearty co-operation of the
present student body.
The seniors will be here when they arrive, to
greet them, and to help. entertain them. But, /
after all, the seniors are less than one-fourth of
the school, and they will have 'their hands full
with relatives and parents who flock in to wit-
ness the closing exercises. Therefore the sud-
cess of Michigan's alumni reunions this year de-
pends in large part upon the number of under-
graduates who remain in Ann Arbor over the
It is not alone a sense of duty which should
urge us to stay. Commencement is an exceed-
ingly impressive ceremony which carries a mes-k
sage beneficial to other hearers as well as to the
graduating seniors themselves. Is it not worth
while to see ourselves as others will see us a
year or two, or three, in the future.
During the five days from Baccalaureate Sun-
day until the following Thursday, an important
program has , been arranged. A senior play is
one of the entertainment features, while real
Michigan spirit cannot be displayed at the two
baseball games with Waseda university of Japan
unless a real crowd of students turns out.'
Stay over for Commencement. It will be a
pleasure, not a sacrifice.
The Chicago Tribune has suggested the plant-
ing of nut trees as a fifting commemoration of.
wat heroes. This seems peculiarly appropriate
in view of the fact that they have produced so
many kernels - after a shelling.
Cause and Effect
Once upon a time
A fellow rode in his friend's car,
And when his friend inquired why
He ducked his head every time they drove
Through a mud puddle,
The fellow replied'
That he had been the proud owner
Of a fenderless speedster,
And couldn't get rid}
Of the habit..
Quoth Eppie Taff:
Here lies Mike's twin brother, Jake,
They looked so very much alike,
That someone made a bad mistake
And killed poor Jake by shooting Mike.
There's always something to.be thankful for.
A one legged person never has to worry about
tripping over his own feet.
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BOTH ENDS OF TUE DIA GONAL
DETROIT UNITED LINES
In Effect Nov. 2, 1920
D~etroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time) j
Limited and Express cars leave for
Detroit at 6:05 a. M., 7:05 a. M.,k
8:10 a. m., and hourly to 9:10 p. M.
Limiteds to Jackso.n at 8:48 a. m. and
every two hours to 8:48 p. m. Ex-
presses at 9:48 a.: m. and eery two
hours to 9:48 p. in.
Locals to Detroit- 5:55a.m., 7:00 a.m.
and every two hours to 9:00 p. in.,
also 11:00 p. mn. To Ypsilanti only,
11:40 p.m., 12:25 a.m., and 1:15 a.m.
Locals to Jackson-7:0 a. m., and
12:10 P. m.
HOME MADE CANDY
BEST LINE IN THE CITY
MADE IN ANN ARBOR
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1921 Announcement on
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LAST TECHNIC OF
YEAR COMES OUT
Featuring an article by Prof. A. E.
White, of the chemical enginering de-
partment, entitled "kIesearch- The
-Bond Between the University and In-
dustry," the May number of the Tech-
nic made its appearance Monday.
Professor White's article deals with
the importance of research to modern
industry and emphasizes this part of
Another interesting article is an ac-
count of the origin and early use of
cast iron by Prof. W..P. Wood, of the
chemical engineering department.
This is made especially attractive by
the addition of cuts depicting the early
uses of the metal.
Prof. John Airey, of the engineering
mechanics department, contributes
two articles to the nuniber-one Oeal-
ing with economlic conditions in gng-
land and the other entitled "New De-
velopment in English Engineering Ed-
ucation." Prof. Roy S. Swinton, also
of the engineering mechanics depart-
ment, contributes a treatise entitled,
"A Graphical Solution for Problems!
in Compound Stress."
There are. several articles by prom-
inent alumni and other eminent eng-
ineers among which appear stories by
Benjamin D. Edwards, chancellor, De-
troit Institute of Technology; L. A.
Baier, '13E, naval architect of Balti-
more, Md.; Milton Freeman, '03; B. G.
Lamme, chief engineer of the West-
inghouse Electric and Manufacturing
company; J. V. Davies, consulting
engineer; Edmund D. Fisher, vice-
president, Bank of Detroit.
This is the last quarterly issue of
the current school year, the next num-
ber not being due until November.
A. L E. E. Elects Officers
Members of the A. I. E. E. yesterday
morning .elected the following '22E
men as officers of that organization
for the coming year: F. D. Johnson,
chairman; W. E. Cook, vice-chairman;
A. J. Martin, secretary; and E. W. Fol-
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SCHOOL OF JOURN
Zan Kodaks - Fi
Qur Latest Song Entitled:
"I Forgot That Red Meant Danger
Saw It On Her Cheeks."
Gen. Peter C. Harris, the adjutant gen-
ie army, who has charge of the publica-
his list, admits in a statement published
fense that while every precaution has
en to verify the names, still it has been
le to be sure that it is accurate. The
that he cites for the present action of.
department is the widespread demand
apprehending and bringing to trial of
an who was guilty of willful desertion.
there is not a doubt but that every true
1 American desires that no effort be
apprehending the guilty,, still it is very
hat the means taken by the war depart-
unsatisfactory. The government ex-
mistakes in the list by passing over the
>ility to the individual for not having
:d with the manyforms and red tape re-
"Do you consider The Daily the most repre-
sentative publication upon the campus?"
"No, the Student Directory."
'May I see the thinnest thing you have in silk
"I'm very sorry, sii\ she's out to lunch."
- Voo Doo.
The Question Still Remains
One of our nany trials and tribulations ar-
rived in a recent communication. It ran as fol-
lows: 0 a #
Dear Erm: --
In my home town in Omaha, three college pro-
fessors, arraigned for speeding, were submitted
to a mental test, with the result that they were
found to have the mentalities of a twelve, four-
teen, and seventeen year old child, respectively.'
From the above report do you not think the
tests to be totally deficient. Yours,
Dear PMC :-We hesitate to reply, feeling in-
wardly that someone wants us kicked bodily out
of the University,
Famnoas Closing Lines
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