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TE

OF THE UNIVERSIT
eti.GA fN C i % il
t Mndy urng the tnvr-.t

y carrier or man, ~
Arbr Press Building, Maynard Street.
ness, g6~; l~ditorial, 2414.
is not to exceed 300 words, if signed, the signa~
y to a p pear in print hut as an evidence of fairh,
ots will be published in The Da~y at~ 4he tiiscre-
if left at or mailed to The Daily ollice, ~Jnaigned
31 receive no consideration, No manuscript will
the writer inc loses postage,
s not necessarily endoise the sentinienti6tpreased
~iQna,
EDITORIAL STA1i~'
~TeIep1wne 2414
TOR BREWSTER F. CAMPBELL~
I Joseph A,~ Bernstein
Paul Watrel

hardly so serious a matter as some wvould mnake it
out to be. rein-y i s ut citmre empha5s
by the one eeain lae pnisissec
on ein fre fom h~ ld uriancal bonds cof
Vitoiais, hehe i sol.bedone aayfir
wi th7,;seems alk mst beyond the uehin It is ath er
to ~~ V pe,3obtes ;twildo so,7adno possible ejur-
the ges.Perhpsbi is E1bi1more flg rant today
doublessthatis bcaue, a hasbeenintiate
5)fr w r asigtruhaohrpero of
tran L'I tn breaking_1~ .,.. the:. "bond, mb. asgit , f an
effte tritnes o coduc, te hritge f pri
tanism,~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~ Bunfi oe farn oa, obls h

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GIRLS"

MARCH 23, 24,y25
Tickets on sale at Graham's Bookstore

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li Jersbdorfer . R Meiss
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aze l1~reW., ... Torton W, Sargent,jr
4kdit yof~a .,.r,,, e,,,,,,.. e 1. Sloan
...... .Sde B. Cotes
Assstats
S. Andterson I." A, Donahue Maion Koch
9erniia D loroth1 . Gelt Robert M Loeb
Retrona IL i rndy I, .XAack
risoe Sadyheth Ieath athriie Montgomery
ter ; '1+ nonaA. Flibbard R C, Morary
rs Harry 1). Hoy J ,F. Pontius
Irk t Ages iHolmquist .Lillian Scher
larlv H,. 1iowlett R B. Tarr
~,Cooper MIarion Kerr Virginia Tryon
. oughtliw Yi MA. Klver Dorothy Wippe
BtSIXE S STAF-
~*W'a.' ., , . ., . . .~.. ..Albert 3. Parke
6pbf aW'$:4 f~em4Ra1a"Nathan W.' Robertson
*ra m W'+yee em .al«.ii. Walter K, Scerer
rt. .r* ee r...lr..m. . ... ..... erold C. Hunt
Assistalts' 1
Pyrr P DAvk d Park . C Maltby
nomt 3, ksJ.A Brynr hrvey eed'
rane P. TR. Wolfe George Rokwood,
remiss "Pal Blm e1, D: Arnantrout
oldring Stanley Monroe ~dard Conlin
'; ,illiani raulich Lawrence Favrot
' IDAY, MACU 7, 1922
4 ta C. C lark"
t ooreader 1. , :LOe
CHGAN NOTRE44PR S NTF D
an is represented in only one of the three
hluded" in the, Conzference Indoor Chan-
~olney, now'in progress, at Chicago,
aid Madison Michigan was not repre
cth e swimmuing eet, 'held Thursday at
noir¢ in the wre tlng events, which take
otjow at Wisconsin. TPhis is because only
,cognized as a Varsity ,sort, while both
Sand 'wrestling are informal sports here.
1i Michigan's lesser s ports have been so
sed by ,lack of proper fac lties ad popu-
rt that it is "doibtful Whether they lcould
M1l creditable showing, it is none the less
Sthat .conditions 'should bie as they are
should 'be represented in every sport the
e considers wrth'y of sacton.,
iy remnedlyfo the situation is iprove-
faci i is, In 'the case f wrestig, this
anger"approptat on to isure coaching and
ie ts. to, create and mnaintain interest. In
of swiming, it mdeans a pool accessible
xperm it regular practice, and large eno'Lgh
Iin decisive meets, The forer iprobleml
,just brne more need of the proposed field
le latter, presents another weighty argu -
fiishing the Vntionool
ONE O MN
has attempted many refors in its days-
tere are'many others which night hve
I ;biut'the, ltest effort, brught forthin
rtion of sslcal hygiene associations ear
is' erbaps the mnogt interesting one to be
for soire little time,Thou lits of andiq
rder, ocr Ui-moral movies, and of botleg-
for thle moment c st aside in the war
miinet womten's clubs of "the city have' e-
sn isnuggie Ppitfg".r
tu gle pupping, acording to dicus ios
tin-,themeeting of the associatins hs
C popula4r pastime of the younger genera.
rw IT' :anadwh6tismore tis allthe
:he girls, declare the irate miothers, Wo
'tite very lives oef their sons are being
'by the. present pechant of. Chicagoa
ies for "petting parties", Indeed, it seems
'rml "0tpper" has gone out of date, and
"snggle puppy" is the one and only ap-
thich will curry .favor with the erstwhile
F-nclned young lady.
ting t mustofeel thxe Chicago mothers.
as to be butaone slight question involved,
>..just what force is to be used a an im-
e i ngloriou~ proiition of snuggl pup-;
e :answer of those concerned wouald seem
:what simiilar to the''ld phrase which we

E:i;ounle s owve, heide o ipoin

toGA woehbtlaws aind traktitshemust accus-
ofee~teavnae fecthe puroses of a
1co luge educatin 1, fc, al f< tei mpor.I ta twques-
cut,,
Heea icianastptoar idn tist
at.ion-wa takenhree yars ago when alk s by
wes kly & atenay[ce.wscmus ,Frsm n

Ann rbpraand:,acAno
4hoIry to :ss ".riI
pP, MATo sla ol-ST:ORE n, iz
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To Safe cag a ilni
Loa aS Ws oad7: Ja,~
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SHOW YOUR COLORS

BUY IT EARL

Rea;d Michigan nailY Ada and youf
will buy wisely.-Adv.

Buy your class toques
,Ldvertisers.-Adv.

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The League

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Benefit of Woman's League,", and the
s'ale will be marked to their credit, and the
customory per cent given to them.
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How heme ;shold'nt bewrit
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to, 1Litsth ave~tn ofthe!indoe
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£Qunda7w.itlon of getnessp :Bordelig
o n theOyteiosi merges with the C
suTperstitius nassun .:itnLg an innate
WheT n the Zstudent n proudlY "dis plSas
a good markon asiywrte
ten ax. white eat; this waspure in-+
thes ~wee th irt wods pthto
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leadrsInartand 1eon ave.I.fouz;Id-
Watver on thte'o CY1' .Ln n e galeustat esemed
new was bI.:or nd . he low n alchemy ofan
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leaps r slow, untanstepNs,,
hae ovdLo;. itwaard ntdbyoretig
but by amTnding reiigenlarging,
fvudgion n eetn a endni
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