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THE MICHICAN DAILY

)FFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY
OF MICHIGAN
blisked every morning except Monday during the UniversitY
y the Board in Contr.el of tudent Publications.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
e Asseia ted Press is exclusively entitled to the Use fa
iction pl all news diapatches credited t.iX. QZ got ,thorwisii
d in this pap r and the lscal sews pblisket threl&a
tered at the wostoi. at Aux Arbor. .an, as aansde
iisettey.
bascription by carrier or mail, $3.Sg,
ice: Ann Arbor Press Building, Main" dStret.
ie'es Bu.iness, 15;11EditerIal, 24s4.
:umunications not to exceed 300 words, if signed, the siga-
>t necessarily to appear in print but as an evidence of fith,
otices of events will be publish ed in The Daily at tl.e discre-
the Editor, if left at or mailed to The Daiy office. Unsigned
nications will receive no consideration. N manuscript will
urned unless the writer incloses postage.
e -Daily does not necessarily endorse the sentiments expressed
"IlT()641AL STAFF
telephone 2414
; TaT~t .........BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL
1iditr.................... ...°....Joseph A. Bernstein
iito r .......-.............-...... .James B. Young
City Editor.........-.. . - .....Marion Kerr
1.'itors -
a {:. jar UJsC. P. Overton
K I-k . ' Id. 'wK.B. Stahl
WIdi,aivbrecht Paul Watzel
F raeok '.lPikce
tsl 1;oar Chairman...............-L. Armtroang Kern
I Board--
Lee Izershdorfer s. R, Meiss
agaziue ditor...... .........thornton W. Sargent, Jr.
................George E. Sloan
.......Sidoey B. Coates'
S t............. ........George Reindel
r e dit-.r.. .. . -. ....Harry B. Grundy
S............Elizabeth Vickery
-------------E. R. Meier
Assistants
uiw. ,nb' -' Marion Koch
ek D. Brm riscoe othy C. Celtz J. ILMack
B. Butler H1 B. Grundy a Kathrine Montgomery
N. Byers Winona A, Hibbard R. C. Moriarty
Dl Clark Harry D. Hoey Lillian Scher
rry C. Clark Marion Kerr R. B. "Tarr
elyn J. Coughlin Victor Klein Virginia Tryon
BUSINESS STAFF
Telephone 960
NESS MANAGER.............VERNON F. HILLERY
sing.........................Albert J. Parker
ising......................... .....John J. Hamel, Jr.
ation...........................Nathan W. Robertson
nta.................................Walter K. Scherer
................................Herold C. Hunt

music center. Dramatics at Michigan, also, while
still in a nebulous state, for some years have grad-
;tally been attaining greater and greater excellence
end reputation. More recently, poetry similarly
has risen to prominence in Ann Arbor, and literary
priticism is becoming normal to the college "man
in the street" -- the student on the Diagonal. It
has remained for art to step forth and show that
she too has been no foolish virgin, but has dili-
gently filled and trimmed her lamp for the wed-
ding feast of the new era at Michigan.
Art indeed has not been slothful, as a'review of
her recent accomplishments and future possibilities
vill show. The Ann Arbor Art association has been
especially active during the past year, evidencing a
keen and energetic interest in the promotion of art
for the benefit of the students and people of Ann
Arbor. ,Through their efforts and those of the fin
,arts department of the University, valuable collec-
tions have been secured and frequent and varied
exhibits presented. The galleries of Alumni Me-
morial Hall have been visited by more people than
ever before.
Coincident with these activities, no doubt, partly
as a result of them, the influence of art upon the
popular mind is seen manifested in many direc-
tions. The fine arts courses in the University are
winning steadily increasing adherents, especially
among the male students; as are also the courses
in drawing,' painting and modelling. An insistent
demand is being voiced for more emphasis on arch-
itectural beauty in the university structures which
shall hereafter be erected. Ann Arbor is to grow
henceforth according to artistic plan along lines of
the city beautiful; her newer residential sections
already are being made exceedingly attractive in
point of architecture and gardening; even her store
fronts and shop windows are showing distinctly an
increasing appreciation for the value of art in
everyday life.
With the growing number of benefactions being
conferred upon the University - in these porten-
tous days of its metamorphosis - it is reasonable to
anticipate that in the list of donors the lovers of
art will not be unrepresented; and it is' not difficult
,to imagine a handsome and appropriate art building
as a possibility among the structures of the greater
Michigan.
In view of all these favorable indications, the
prospect is fair that Ann Arbor, in addition to its
.other distinctions, in the splendid years ahead may
become noteworthy also for its beauty, for the
beauty of many of its monumental buildings, and
as a significant center of art interests and activi-
ties, known and loved by art lovers everywhere.
'STICK AROUND A WHILE
Already examinations are under way. In onc
week and a half the last one will have run its
course, and school will be closed. But not so the
University. It will be open, wide open. Five day
after the last bluebook Commencement is sched
tiled.
What this means is that everything which has
taken place in the usual ten-day interim between the
close of school and the graduation ceremonies in
the past will be crowded into half as much time this
term, which makes the period just twice as inter-
esting. Class reunions, entertainments, speeches by
noted men, in short, a intensely valuable and en-
joyable week can be had by students if they will
but stay over for Commencement.
:When the old "grads" come back for their re-
unions they look around, and the campus doesn't
look exactly right to them unless it is dotted with
students, with the personnel of the University to-
day. They would like to see the college men of
this year, to talk things over with them, and to ,
change ideas. Consequently, those students who
stay in Ann Arbor until the Commencement cere-
monies are over, not only do themselves a favor,
vut also benefit the University in its concluding
;,rogram.

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SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 1922
Night Editor-HARRY D. HOEY
Assistant-Leo J. Hershdorfer
Ex-itors -- Brewster P. Campbell, Vernon Hill-
Assistant I x-itors - Joseph A. Bernstein, R. E.
dams, Edward Lambrecht, Paul Watzel.r
Retiring iTrouble Brewer - L. Armstrong Kern.
Pay Check Chaser-Thoriton Sargent.
News Devil.- Sidney B. Cqates, George Reindel.
Office Pest - Marion B. Stahl.
Chief Hymn Writer - Gerald P. Overton.
Ko-ed Keeper - Elizabeth Vickery.
Deficit Dispenser - Albert J. Parker.
FINALE
The final spurt, and then everlasting peace, -
tat is June. Never does work seem less appeal-
g, never does sleep seem so desirable. Examina-
ons are the one barrier that separate us from
te paradise of summer leisure. Aside from all
iese phlegmatic feelings, however, there is one
hich none of us cares to admit for fear of being
tiled sentimental. It is the realization that during
ie summer months to come, we shall miss Michi-
in. No matter how much we rail in June, we
now that in August we shall be looking forward
1xiously to the new year.
The summer, although it may bring release from
udy. does not absolve us from an obligation to the
'niversity. It is for us of Michigan to interest
tose men who are thinking of going away to school'
our campus. To bulldoze them into coming to
richigan, to conduct a selljng campaign, to pester
tem with scrap-books and to constantly be shout-
our songs in their ears are of courise methods
hich Michigan need not and would not employ.
11 that is necessary is that these men and women
given an intelligent conception of the Univer-
ty, of student affairs and of life o~n the campus
id then betallowed to soberly choose of their own
CC will the college which they intend to make
eir alma mater. To do more than this is detri-
ental to the best interest of the University.
A man who has come to Michigan with a false
ea of the campus will never develop into the sort
student who is a source of pride to his college.
is true that the great amount of distorted pub-
ity which the newspapers of the vicinity have
oadcasted about our campus life may have preju-
ced many against us. If so, it for us to dispel
is by a true and sincere statement of the facts as
ey exist. This will be a barrier to be scaled, but
is not an insurmountable one.
With these thoughts in mind let's shake hands for
e year. The best of luck to you, Senior ; don't
rget us. We'll see you undergrad's again next

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Just a Few More Days
Go stepping, Mr. Motorman,
And jerk this car along;
Exams are done, we're going home,
And want the going strong.
You have a load, the whistle's good,
So make the lizzies scramble;
In Ypsi, Wayne, and Dearborn too,
Just toot and let 'er ramble.
Don't stop for curves or nothing else,
And let the dust clouds fly;
A man could ride a bronc with glee,
With blueboks done, that's why.
We won't mind jerks, we won't mind
sways,
We'd rather bump a dome
Than have to wait at some old' switch -
Because we're going home.
So Long
The Telescope wishes to take this opporunity to
thank its many contributors for the help theyshave
rendered, and we hope that next fall they will con-
tinue to give their hearty support. We wish you all
the best of luck in your exams and a pleasant.vaca
tion afterwards.
One to Think Over
Why is a train late when you are early, but never
late when you are? UNCLE BEANIE.

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