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ing, Maynard Street.
ial, 2414.
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e no consideration. N o man-
writer incloses postage.
y endorse the sentiments ex-
not be received after 6 o'clock

which play important parts in our lives are con-
stantly being brought up.
How to meet these experiences, how to solve
these problems; these are the real problems. Pres-
ident Marion L. Burton, last night speaking to at
least five thousand members of the student body in
Hill auditorium, gave to his audience three words
of advice which are well worth taking to heart, in
the phrase of kindly warning, "TAKE YOUR
CHOICE." Upon choice depends character, for a
well-planned choice between two opposite forces
strongly contending against each other, and be-
tween which the chooser must act as referee, will
undoubtedly raise the ideals and moral standard of
the individual. A poor choice, in like manner,
made because it is easier and more convenient,
leads to a lowering of ideals and moral standards.
No man has ever achieved success that counts
unless he has deliberately sifted out the evil and left
only the good, the constructive, and the beneficial
in his life's experiences. How, then, can we as
students, who some day in the near future hope to
leave the portals of Michigan to fight for higher
things in the world of men, afford to ignore Pres-
ident Burton's advice: "Take Your Choice?"

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concerning news for
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Editor-R. E. ADAMS, JR.
:eadily during the last few years the
n has been raising money to build a
Spotlights and Union Movies
swell this fund, but entertainments,
;sful they may be, cannot hope to
coffers necessary to construct a per-
>rthwhile Michigan playhouse in a
he University as a whole has real-
nd at'the close of last semester had
to the anticipation of the future
such an edifice.
he dramatic activities of the Union
erious inconveniences in the produc-
wing to the lack of a proper place
In order to remedy this the Union
averting its old quarters into a cam-
. a fifty foot stage and seating facili-
andred people. This reconstruction
the very start of opera rehearsals
here to the players participating. It
sine qua non to a successful opera,
ice of the actors, which in the past.
:apped by only a few nights of real
It will convert opening night of
a hazardous and nervous attempt to
he audience into a smooth and con-
nce. Equipment for sixty drop
>le scene painters to do their work
right position, instead of having to
vas out upon the floor as has been
wvious years.
will the Michigan Union opera ben-
rement of this temporary playhouse.
s in general will respond with re-
the opening of a practical outlet for
re heretofore been doomed to com-
. at the paper stage of the game.
the Union, to produce two or three
plays as well as the opera during
he year, and to conduct entertain--
le playhouse from week to week.
of action is of great value to Michi-
I the Michigan Union deserves well
or its initiative in the construction
Campus theater instead of merely
fering from inefficiency in the hope
Michigan will have a permanent

Professor Trueblood's announcement that the
no-decision debate policy has been abandoned by
the Central Pebating league is welcome news to
those interested in forensic activities at Ann Arbor.
in spite of the fact that Demosthenes' name is a
household word after more than two thousand
years and the names of contemporary athletes are
known only by historians, debating, even of the
quality heard during the excellent tilts at Hill audi-
toriuh, has a hard battle against the multitude of
other diversions that bid for public interest, and
needs'its full birthright of attractiveness.,
People like a good sharp contest, whether it em-
bodies a match of skill of mind or body. But one
of the most app'ealing features about any struggle
in the outcome, when it is made clear who is vic-
tor. This factor does more than, any other to
stimulate the interest i onlookers and partici-
pants. By restoring it into its encounters, the
Central league has done much toward giving debat-
ing the following it should have at the University.
"Learn the Yellow and Blue immediately," urges
the Freshman Handbook. Apropos it might be
added here that reviewing sections for next Satur-
day's game are now in order.
The Telescope
Something Had to Crab It
An ambitious young maiden from Dabbit,
At least so the gossips ,do gab it,
On a horse wished to ride,
But most vainly she tried,
For she couldn't get intothe habit.
If a pretty freshman lasts more than one semes-
ter everyone knows she is bright, exceptionally
bright. But it never happens.
And by the way, we might say to this year's crop
of greens with the gray pates, merely in the nature
of a moral:
Play each night,
And listen, Lester,
You won't last
The whole, semester.

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Today's oleo-margarine fire hose is awarded to
the old-fashioned gent who still thinks "rolling your
own" refers to cigarettes.
Out Latest Song Entitled:
"Hell Hath No Fury Like a Woman's Corns."
Our correspondence column is open to all com-
ers, and both the question and its answer will be
published as soon after its receival as possible. No
questions which have been rejected by the Literary
Digest Lexicographer's Chair will be considered.

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hilosopher, is made up of experi-
buting to the development of up-
aracter, others affecting rather
the positive side of one's mental,
al makeup. Every day we have
vith fate, some of which we must
asty decision, while again we are
ther problems which require more
n and thought before we can per-

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By wise old Simon Gedd:
"The person who has got a head
Won't always get ahead."


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