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endorse the sentiments express
.BREWSTER P. CAMPBEL
is G. P. Overton
waon M. B. Stahl
nbrecht Paul Watzel
rman..................... L. Armstrong Kex
orfer 14. R. Meiss
itor................Thornton W. Sargent, J
.George E. Sloa
....e.........Sidnxey B. Coate
................. George Reind
I .. .. . ..Iiza eth Vicker
..E. R. Mei
. A. Donahue Marion Koch
Dorothy G. Geltz J". $, Yiack
E. B. Grundy Kathrine Montgomer
Winona A. Hibbard R. C. Moriarty
Harry D. lioey i1hn Scher
H. E. Howlett Ri, arr
n, Marion Kerr Virginia Tryon
essary wifings and erect the proper facilities for a
successful broadcasting of the speeches, the cheers,
and the songs which will take place in Sleepy Hol-
low. Almost three weeks remain, however, before
the Cap Night ceremonies take place; and during
this period the signal corps unit might well expend
every effort to make provisions, so that Cap Night
may be enjoyed not only by thdse who happen to be
ii Ann Arbor atethe time, but by all those others
in the United States who have such a deep interest
If it accomplishes this, the signal corps unit will
have acquired another feather for its cap, and will
have secured further recognition for itself and its
local station, WU9, by attracting amateurs and
alumni all about toward its broadcast. If the sig-
nal corps will handle the technical end of the
scheme, adequate publicity can readily be secured.
'THE ARCHITECTS' BALL
Last year the Daily Illini described a current
practice of holding afternoon teas at the same time.
that football games were being played in Urbana.
At the present time The Michigan Daily is forced
to take up cudgels against a similar display of lack
of spirit on its own campus.
Priday, May 26, was some time agc announced
as the date for Cap Night, one of Michigan's most
notable customs. Recently the annual architects'
May party has been announced for that same eve-
ning. The architects' ball is attended not only by
students of architecture, but is an affair of interest'
to the entire campus.
It is obvious that these two events must conflict.
Cap Night does not commence until darkness sets
in, and it can scarcely be finished in time to go to a
dance. But even if it could, there are doubtless
very few who would care to cover themselves with
the dust coincident to a visit to Sleepy Hollow be-
fore dressing to attend a party.
It is apgarent, therefore, that the architects are
hindering participation in one of Michigan's spring
events, but they themselves are also reaping a share
of the harm.. As yet, there are not a few Michigan
men and women who place the Cap Night ceremo-
nies above a dance in importance, and as a result the
May party will probably lose many couples who, on
another date, would undoubtedly be numbered
among its guests.
Perhaps it is too late now to change the date of the
architects' ball. So much the worse. But a decided
effort should be made in the future to prevent an
affair of comparatively minor importance from con-
flicting with one of the University's most famous
and picturesque occasions.
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t Editor-EDW. F. LAMBRECHT
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ORMITORIES FOR MEN
: certain prominent and progressiv
mni have begun organizing a Dormi-
ration, with a view to constructing a
large homes for men students in Ann
tigan's long-enduring problem of stu-
seems to b"'gradually approaching at
plans of the alumni are carried
os will be so placed as to front
g sEach willb e capable of hos-
en, besides proctors and an over-
xell furnished and supplied with
The corporation even hopes,
:ent announcement, to have the
dings ready for occupancy by the
i11 semester. The significant part
is that the ten buildings will be
oration, and will be in no way a
Our able pilot of "The Telescope", is -lost to us,
froma 'humor standpoint. He has resigned pre-
paratoiry to taking charge of the editorial board for
And Erm is sad. All day yesterday, in fact, his
face wore a hopeless expression, as of someone
whose dreams have come to naught. He wNas.
mourning an incomplete career;,for, despite all his
effort, he still has been unable to solve the riddle
-of how to extricate the building crane frorp the
HALLER & FULLER
There's a great difference in op-
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There's a greater difference in
bifocal lenses. We sell the best.
The result is satisfaction to
ocultist, patient and ourselves.
Our prices are right; we cannot
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R. 1. Mowick, Optometrist
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food of brain workers and a leading item on
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Shredded Wheat is on the training taible
nearly every school and college In this couni
"La Belle Aventure", Cercle Francais' eighteenth
annual play, to be presented tonight, will be quite
worth seeing if the organization lives up to the.
standards, it has already set for itself.
"Last Scene of All"
NWith this, the Humor' Ed his grouch amends,
set gloomier far is he. than e'er before;
With 'sorrow Erm takes leave of all his friends,
F,rom now, The Telescope is 'his no more.
Shredded Wheat Co., Niagara Falls, N.
/LADIES' WHITE KID
to ,the plan may be
rporation s choosing
r utility than for ap-
-ies. But, while we
I have some, thought
he campus. Well de-
hic architecture, will-
treet, and will be al-
e to both campus and
>e usable, - but that
veness of proportion
involve the expendi-
lated on their far,
r their willingness
tem may turn out
:ome tq the stock-
oratioi, but it is
ave taken up the
ctcuring large indi-
to them, be it assumed, and doubtless
those who are. promoting the plan are
ause they appreciate Michigan's hous-
es, and realize that they can help to re-
ation. It is only to be hoped that they
.the beauty of the campus as well as
o be derived by the 'University, before
the final building plans.
)ADCASTING CAP NIGHT
made possible the national enjoyment
nents which would otherwise have re-
13y local. It has even enabled Michi-
a vast alumni reunion without neces-
presence of the participants in Ann
r not go one step farther, and employ
ne to convey our Cap Night ceremony
graduates and friends outside of Ann
Once,- at least, to every man there comes a time
when he must give up something which he cher-
ishes and which is a source of pleasure to him..
As the above stanza signifies, today is Erm's turn.
Proverb has it that the humor editor is an even
tempered individual, - always grouchy. Perhaps
some element in the constant, and often uncon-
scious, search for the amusing which he conducts,
dulls his appreciation and ,enjoyment of humor.
It is due solely to Erm's friends and contributors,
thei-efore, that the conducting of The Telescope
has remained for him a pleasure rather than de-
generated into a grind. Accordingly, he extends
With this, and a hope for continued co-operation
upon the part of all with the one whotakes up the
quill which Erm is about to relinquis, the curtain
by the kind of letters you write,:
and the paper you write theti
on. Hence, t behooves you to
;buy your stationery here and
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How to get the crane out of the Clements library:
Such a flood of correspondence has come in to us
concerning this matter that if one or two are not'
printed here, it is not through any lack of merit on
their part, but merely because of 'limited space. An
effort is being made to have the editorial column
publish some of these ideas which will no doubt
aid the builders of the Clements library in solving
the unfortunate problem by which they are at pres-
ent confronted. A few of the suggestions are °as
Dynamite, skyhooks, float it out, or dig a tunnel
through the bottom of the building.
Make the front door big enough to slide it out.
Why not bring'a larger derrick, set it up, and lift
the present one out through the top?
Famous Closing Lines
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as the hassoon nver nnlA 2 ecs cor n nP XT
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