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DITOR ....... ..GORQE ®. BROPHY JR.
...... ........Chesser M. a pbl
al Board.....................Lee Woodruff
Adams H. W. Hitchcock
ikin J. Z. IcManis
Sherwood" .. .T. W".Satgent, 'Jr.
A. Bernstein
Assistants
Prank-H. Mcke Sidney 'B. Coatesl
r. acena .KernST.eac
,.. . ..Marion B Stane
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s Fralter.Monne Sierald .Bona
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H. i. Howlett
BUSINESS STAFF
Telephone lw SK
Nt ER.........LEGRAND A. oAis, JR.
is Walter.Donnel.y.GeraldP. OP.rtony
Ott.........Hasley..E........S.brect~
n Kathine Motgomer Saran*ille
*R.... . . ..*. .. G .FNA . .Heath
.. ........... ..........DZ. JoyPre
,....... ...5 .'n tater
.............~ ...... V. M.UHeth
Assistants
cht M. M. Moule H. C. Hunt
r. N. W. Robertson M. S. Goldring
son Thos. L. Rice H. W. Heidbreder
R. G. Burchell W. Cooley
A. J. Parker

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on* wishing to secure information concerning news for any
The Daily should see the nigkt editor, who has full charge
ws to be printed that night.
SATURDAY, MAY. 21, 1921.
Night Editor-HUGH W. HITCHCOCK
kGG AND THE BASEBALL "PROS"
etic Director Alonzo A. Stagg of the Uni-
of Chicago was quoted recently as being
n favor of the present Conference rule re-
the playing of summer baseball for money.
n goes so far as to advocate the securing by
n universities of an intermediary or "spot-
whom all complaints having to do with the
professional connections of any of their
would be made, this man to be chosen'
for his integrity and disinterestedness.
Stagg decidedly is not in favor of a change
rules. In fact it i's his opinon that, rather
e smore lenient in the Conference require-
it would be better to drop baseball entirely
e calendar.
nurse, if the regulations are to remain as at
they must be obeyed no matter what the
Jnder these conditions, Director Stagg's sug-
that a spotter be appointed seems to offer
t logical means of enforcing the rulings of
in and her sister universities. At the pres-
e it is- a wide rumor that many violations of
nce anti-professionalism rulings regularly
ng unnoticed, and that Big Ten teams fre-
include on their roster men who have
for money during the summer., The only
ce between them and the ones who have
>prehended for the so-called misdemeanor'
:alizing their abilities, in order to help put
ves through school, is that those still in the
:e game have not been caught at it.
present rules are obnoxious, and ill-
d; but, if we are to continue under them,
Lst be enforced to the limit and without any
ling. Let us live up to the laws while we
em; but let us hope that new rulings soon
put into effect which will abolish the pres-
air discrimination against the man who
ar his schooling by playing summer ball.
'ong to hire men to play on college teams;
Ong to "slide through" men whose only pur-
coming to college is to play. But so long
n attends his university to secure an educa-
honest summer occupation should not be
to stand in the way of his participation in
)ol's athletics.
Stagg's idea is right if we are to hold to
ent eligibility -fallacies. It is time to do one
ther -make enforcement air-tight or abol-.
old rules.
"CLOSE TO NATURE"
tly the newspapers had a story about a-
lad roping an eagle. Chances are that this
hough it was given only a small head near
>m of the first page - was read out loud
more family table-lamps ,and gave more
ils, than any of the highly civilized mur-
i scandals and speeches and investigations

known elerrients on their long trek back to the set-.
tied nooks and the Pathe News. On top of that
they had a beautiful fight atong themselves. They
made copy for days, and film for a thousandt flicker
houses, while the people who are pros ically prod-
ding civilization 4with "the great and salving
things" - administration and business, art and re-
ligion - frequently run out a lifetime without once
breaking into type, or bowing on the silversheet.
We used to hear how Peter the Great "veneered"
the really oriental Russians with a compulsory coat
of European "culture". The world is similarly lac-
quered over with all its conventions, and manners,
and clothes. When we occasionally see through the
varnish or chop through it, reverting nearer to the
primitive realities, we naturally enjoy the change.
Treasure Island, war stories, pure adventure of
all sorts, get under our hide for just this reason;
they ring true, not to the sort of standards into
which we have straightlaced and red-taped our-
selves, but to what we are underneath. The back-
to-the-farm movement was an indication of the
same yearning. The heroes of our movies are al-
most sure to be men "bigger than their environ-
mert" - and often, as an indication of our ad-
vanced stage of revolt, "superior to conventions".
Nature is reality itself ; hence its popularity.
Joyce Kilmer wrote mnany poems, but the ,one that
will last longest in popular favor is his simple and
beautiful lyric to a tree - "upon whose breast the
snow has lain, who intimately lives with rain".
It is true that a civilization which becomes so
effete as to forget the realities would be doomed.
But there is as great a danger at the other ex-
treme; for we must remember that a good share
of the bald human facts of 'life are bound up in the
same human conventions we tire of; that while na-
ture may represent what we would be if our con-
trols were ripped out, that same nature would often
be an ugly thing to look at. tometimes convention
is just another way to spell wisdom.
Civilization, the source of all our achievements,
is not nature; it is better - the taming and organ-
iiing of nature.
MICHIGAN'S OLYMPIC
Today we again have the privilege of showing
nearly two hundred track athletes from the repre-
sentative high schools of the -state the advantages
and merits of Michigan. 'We extend a hearty wel-
come to the contestants in the annuat Michigan In-
terscholastic meet and we hope that they may carry
home a favorable conception of the University and
of its hospitality. Their visit is annually an hon-
or - and a true pleasure - for us; and our wish is
a day of records on Ferry field for the picked1
track athletes of Michigan in this, the state's
Olympic.
The Ups and Downs of Liafe
A puritan is' Nathan Gupp
He preaches in our town,
"If you've done wrong and get sent up,
You'll surely get sent down".-
This funny thing says Oswald Pipp,
A salesman of renown, "
"You'll find you can't pack up a grip,
Unless you pack it down".'
The movies are a source of great satisfaction to
the color-blind. They know that they are not miss-
ing anything. Also to the totally blind.
Quoth Eppie Taff:
Here lies Jim Jones of Adrian,
Much sense he did not harbor
He set a can of powder off
And landed in Ann Arbor.
Some people are so "dumb" that they think the
Press building is a tailoring establishment.

Our Latest Song Entitled:,
"Short Sheets Make the Bed Seem Longer".
Just think! If you don't keep off the grass now,
you'll have to keep off the earth later on.
Stolen Thunder
Frosh-You sure are a good dancer.
Co-ed-Thank you; I'm sorry I can't return the
compliment.
Frosh-You could if you were as big a liar as
I am. - -Mugwump.
"This medicine will make you resemble a ther-
mometer."
"Why.?"
"Because you. take a drop each morning before
rising."
Another Hard One
Dear Erm:

GOLF

DETROIT UNITED LINES
In Effect Nov. 2, 1220
Between
Detroit, Ann 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. n. and
every two hours to 8:48 p. M.' Ex
presses at 9:48 a. m. and every two
hours to 9:48 p. m.
Locals to Detroit- : 55a.n., 700 a.m.
and every two hours to 9:00 p. mn.,
also 11:00 p. m. To Ypsilanti only,
11:40 p.m.. 12:25 a.., and 1:15 a.n.
Locals to Jacson-7 :6 a. in., and
12:10 p.m. t.

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We carry complere stocks of "Brighten-Up" finishes in small size
cans for all "touch-up' jobs around the house.
PAINTS VARNISHES BRUSHES WALL PAPER
ENAMELS KALCIMINES STAINS GLASS

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PANAMAS
We Clean, Bleach and Block'
Panamas., etc., into the Late
Shapes, with all new trimmings
to look just like new. We don't
use any acids and do only High
Class Work. Factory Hat Store,
617 Packard St. Phone 1792.

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ANN ARBOR PHONE 84
207 EAST LIBERTY

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Prepared sizes of Pocahontas and Soft Coals are on the upward trend,
having made an increase 'in price during Nay. We have ready for
immediate delivery: Genuine No. 3 Pocahontas Lump or 'Egg, Ken-
tucky Blue Gem Lump or Egg, Best Grades of West Virginia 'Splint
Soft Coal, Best Grades of Anthracite, Genuine Solvay Egg Coke.

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OFFICE 124 EAST HURON
Phone Office 1950 F-1 Yard 1950F-2

E. BURNHAM'S
and
MARINELLO
COSMETICS
Also you'll find the best
HAIR GOODS

fa

The .Turkish C6a re tt~e

at

MRS. STODDARD'S
HAIR SHOP

707 N. University.

Phone 2652

Sunday Dinner
fi E: U.
SOUP
Cream of Asparagus
Wafers Olives Radishes
Roast Sirloin Beef
Brown Gravy'
Fricasseed Chicken with Biscuit I,
Creamed Corn
Mashed Potatoes
Salad
Rolls
DESSERT
Cherry Pie
Strawberry Shortcake with
Whipped Cream,
Vanilla Ice Cream
TEA COFFEE MILK
12:00 to 2:00 P. M.-Price $1.00
COME EARLY
Not Open Sunday Evening
WILLITS' CAFE
Phone 178 315 South State

We go 6000 miles for the
Turkish tobacco
used in Murad-Why?
Because--Turkish has a taste--Turkish has a
.mildness -Turkish has a delight-far beyond all
cigarette .tobaccos of all other lands-
Murad gives you real enjoyment, and true
delight such as no Tobacco other than 100% Pure
Turkish Tobacco can give.
Facts--Facts-FACTS-!

Whic
way, or
Dear.
ours to

h would you prefer: living close to Broad-
close to nature? Sincerely,
Miss Selma Lanius.
Sel-We fear it takes a sharper eye than
determine the difference.

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Tens of thousands of smokers
-tens of thousands of times-
have PROVEN this -
""Judge for Yourself-!"

Famous Closing 'ines
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