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THE MIC I iGAN DAILY

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successful at Michigan. Starting with,
a dash toward premier sporting hon-
ors in the Conference, the veteran
I OF THE runner, Isbell, annexed for Michigan
JRIGAN the cross country title in the earlyi
~cept Monday
the Board in fall. Then, soon afterwards, the pow-
* erful Varsity football machine tore
ence Editorial its way to a Conference championship.
In March, the track team went to
xclusively en Northwestern where the third con-
n of all news ference victory of the year was gainedi
ocal news pub- r by the Maize and Blue athletes. On
may 26th, Michigan's wizard of the
t Ann Arbo'r, courts, Merkel, furiously fought his
ter.
i,. $3.50 way to the topmost position among'
Luilding, May- the Big Ten tennis players. By de-
176-M; Busi. I feating Northwestern in yesterday's
game, the leather tossers of Michi-
ed 300 words gan "cinched the Conference-baseball
nec essarily to championship.
Bence of faith,]
published in A record of five Conference victor-
he ["(itor. Yif ies within the course of one year is
yoffice. lin
ceibe no conmdeeda worthy accomplishment not.
1 be Te nil only for the athletes of the University,
he sentiments but also for the coaches who were
directly responsible for the excellent;
.,,showing of their men. Certainly, the
student body can have no camplaint
176-3M to make on the results of Michigan's
participation in Big Ten athletics.#
JR Some of the athletes are not only
winners in the Middle West, but are
ai, Watzel also men to be feared in 'tthletic com-
ies B. YoungI
.J. A.Bacon petition anywhere in the country.
.. . >.eiss Should the track team defeat all
contenders today, the sixth title will
Moe arty fall before the endeavors of the Wol-'
Mack verine athletes. Michigan has always
are 1F .Elliott stood for the best in athletics, but
Marion Koch the resultstof this year's achievement
. A. DonahueI
.E. I. Ailer will be far reaching. Any University
C, C. Robb.Jtfins _. -

school is almost as pleasant as one
wasted in merely "using" the summer
without "utilizing" it to advantage.

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EDITORIAL COMMENT It

Gilbert's Chocolates received freshI
for Mothers' Day. Tice's. 113 E. Lib-
erty.-Adv.

Try Our Business lien's Lunch
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Tr41 LOST ATLANTISI
(IDtroit Free Press)
People w ho like their science well
READ THIS 1_ j mixed with romance will be attracted f
A FUNNY T OICE to the announcement of the Spanish
AM) IT'S A RIOT = Academy which says that the lost is-
Our Own Track Story land of Atlantis has been located off!
Yesterday we went to the track the coast of Spain. Details of this
trials and saw the Maizeandblue iteresting discovry ar it il
Tricksters spread their stuff all over able to the public, but that will leave
the curious all the more room for
Dexter M. Ferry Athletic field, which speculation.
by the terms of Dexter's will cannot me age and vitality of the story
be used on Sunday. that there was once a great anti
The pole vaulters were a scream, opulent country somewhere west of
but they looked handsome beside thethPilrofecuswihgew
half-milers, who, all except one, were to a mnagnificance passing all des-'
very funny-looking benjamins. The
i cription, and then sank into the sea,
pole vaulters 'ud rnalnus shas caused more than one geographer
if they were gonna u ump an tust
ifntheyhwere gonnabmpandthen!as to think that somewhere back in the
run right past the bar gee it was misty past there must have been ai
funny. solid "bases for the legend. Nobody
In the background the boys who knows how old the story is. Homer
are putting up the new nice fieldjknew it, and Plato gave the world ar
house showed off by riding up.on
the girders, holding on with oney one mnrtion of itheve ary ac-
hand. Ge'!companied by the assurance that the,
The discuss heavers wereslinging,(date of the submergence was even
their stuff all over the place too. then in the remotest past.j
They'd heave it and then another Geological explanations of Atlantis
one would heave it back only have been offered on various occa-
sometimes they'd roll it back and sions It is known that the western
it would roll all over the field and coast of Europe was once further
hit somebody. (oll I hadda laugh. west than it Is now, and some specu-
Everyonceinawhile Hubbard would lative geologists have postulated a
try' to break a record in so~retl.iig land bridge between Europe and Am-
or other. but I guess he was waiting erica for the purpose of explaining
for the big crowd tomorrow. the distribution of living and fossil
The sun was very hot. The gals in organisms.
the stands weren't so very. But one does not need to invoke
There- were a whole lot of people such a remote date in the world's his-j
arcund who seeied to le man ing tory to find examples of islands cre-
the affair.; Some of 'em; ,Nere oney I atedI andl islands destroyed. In tlhe
stoodents, but they looked last grand. Pacific ocean islands have appeared
There were a lot of amnhtious
and disappeared within the memory1
youths selling things, frostbites ana of man. These are the result of vol-j
pop end chewing gum. They didn't canic action, and while the SpanishI
have to work very hard for fihir coast is not volcanic, the Iberian pen-
money I must say insula has experienced some terrific
All the tr ack stars were bell-hot- erhuae;n t im.Smesc
tom pants to the track and oney take disturbance in that quarter ofthe
'em off when they get ready to run. world might have sunk an inhabited
It seems to me that they carry a=island before the days of the Phar-
style a little too far. aohs, and even a very contemptible

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Assistants
nley It. Armstrong Franklin D. Hepburn
lncy Bielfield Winona A. Hibbard
A. Billington Edward J. II ggin s
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seph Epstein W. B. Rafferty
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Assistants
rry M. TTayden Win. H. Good
gene L. Dunne Clyde L. Hagerman
n C. Raskin Henry Freud
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D. Armantrout J 13. Sanzenbacher
lliam 1l. Reid, Jr. Clifford Mitts
rold L. hale Thomas McFachren
m. D. Roesser Louis M. Dexter
Ian S. Morton C. We'lls Christie
mes A. Dryer Edward B. Redie
rbert W. Cooper
SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1923 1
Night Editor-THOMAS E. FISKE 1
lON"OR-DISIPLAY IT
Class avetages are sacred. Crooked
amination< -exalt these averages,
ndicap the conscientious student,I
d evenf froquenfly fool the crib-

in the Big Ten that "cops" six titles
is assured of a considerable amount
of valuable publicity. The winning
of five championships alone, discount-
ing the possible sixth, establishes a
record in the Big Ten which will be
h ard to equal., Michigan's success
this year is due not only to the tire-
less, unselfish efforts of the men on
the various squads, but to the full
hearted support of the student body
as well..
Michigan's famous gridiron repu-:
tation was further strengthened this
year by the selection of two of her:
players for the All-American eleven.
The football season was such a suc-
cess that it made up for the severalx
frevirlnhqcj ef.nnc in whirh tha eurl.41..

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ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
(Effective May 14-Central
Time)
Bus leaves Adrian, 6:00 and
11:45 a. m. and 3:45 p. i. Leaves
Ann Arbor 6:45 a. m. and 12:45
and 4:45 p. m.
SUNDAY--Leave Ann Arbor
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THE MICHIGA.N MILLING C
ANN A RBOR

A u i n su Everybody on the field started hol-*
suffered a number of defeats. But n for a named Johnson. Who
the University need not rest on her t.isg goy
zs this Johnson anyw ay?.
laurels, for the prospects are exceed- Now the announcer has started to
ingly bright for several repitions next announce. He rolls his i's some-
year. Quite a few of this year's ath- ;thing terrific. Th len he says "And
letes were sophomores, and with the the time-48 and thr-r-r-r-r-r-e-e-e
aid of a number of promising men fifths."
from the yearling squads, the coaches "XVonderful' says the crowd.
should have little difficulty in de- The only thing I couldn't under-
veloping several championship aggre- stand was why the tracksters didn't
gations. bow when the customers give '(,1 a
The year has not or;Iy been a hand.
success from a standpoint of inter- Cub
collegiate athiletics, but also from * * *
'the side of the intrahiural department Dear Urch: Didja see the head in
which has been responsible ror a the Free Press (which costs three
growth "in interest and participation cents, by the way,) which says "Wo-
in the various interclass sports. man Auto Slayer Sobs During Trial."
"'22-'23" will go down in the annals What if she did? I guess an auto
of the University as a year of unpre- slayer has got a right to sob any- ;
cedented athletic accomplishment; a where she'wants, hasn't she? Sa free
year of well balanced teams featur- country, ain't it? Lemon
ed by several stars of national magn-
tude; a year to be remembered by' Yes, Lemon ours, sa a free country,
Michigan men as one of the most sue- but there seems to be a growing pre-
cessful in the history of this insti- juldice against this unfortunate class4
Itution. 1an~ 1,xr m ,nw hts

little country suffering such a fate
would make a sufficient basis for a
fascinating tradition.

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v'ened faculty. High are the pen-,
i:cs, great the risks, and meagre TE SUMMER SESSION
s rewars of "stolen knowledge,"
t despite the knowledge of these stablished as an integral part of
Ots foolhardy students, artists in the University, the Summer Session,'
e underhand methods of securing which opens on June twenty-fifth, is
"getting by" grade,'persist as igno- but one means of furthering the scope,
at of the uselessness of their task of education at Michigan. Sometimes
the dog who ,innocently snatches looked upon as a vacation school, the
piece ef m.at from the butcher's nature of this session is substantially

--thle )UtOs YOyers, y W
why they get all the nastyl
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Y. 1 hi

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he purpose of a university is to
:h. not to hand out grades, credits,
diplomas. . These are mere mci-
[als which supposedly designate
r holders as persons of intelli-I
Ce an('college breeding. This is'
a place to exercise the fertility,
he mind in search of new methods
'putting 't over" on a prof, but
er an institution where one may,
will, absorb the knowledge put
re him .Leaving this knowledge
e will gain the student little of
advantages of a college education,
trying to snatch evidences of it
a an inserted fly leaf or someone I
s blue book will gain him little,
e. l
et the class of '23 graduate from.
honest university. It is not
ugl f)r Michigan to he "as honest
ny;". We must be straight. Virtue
ever comparative. We can be bet-
than the worst, we can be worse.
Q the best,-but better than the
t we capiot be. It must be the I
of Michigan students to establish,
ninations here on an honorablea
s. Honor system or no honor sys-
anlia 4 enrollment in Michigan
uld bi nd hm to. employ nothing
r than strictly honorable means
11 his scholastic endeavor.
Wen of Michigan" is the term wel

the same as the regular school semes-;
ter, although there are innumerable;
attractions offered during the sum-
mer months which are totally lacking{
during the remainder of the school
year.
Week-end excursions to various
points of interest in the close proxim-
ity of Ann Arbor as well as two long-
er trips to famous scenic spots of
the country are but part of the un-1
usual opportunities offered to the=
summer student. With most or the
diversions of the average summer re-
sort and the quiet atmosphere so con-,
ducive to fruitful study, the Univer-1
sity Summer Session is indeed a worth
while institution, furnishing the Ideal
combnation of a pleasant two months
of study with the joys of a memor-
able summer.
Those who contemplate taking'
courses during the summer should
select them promptly and register
now. The courses available include
the most important ones in each de-
partment as well as a number of ex-
cellent graduate courses which will
prove of special interest to teachers
and others not regularly enrolled in
the University. Some of these are-
open to undergraduates during the
Summer Session which it is impos-,
sibl!e to enter during the regular pe-
riods. so that nnderdnuanftes mm II

Wasted Senflinent
We met at right angles
Near the Chem bldg.
Last night.
And then you followed me
All the way home,
And everytime
I looked back
I could see your blue-green
sweater
And satin skirt.
And when I turned in
At MY door
You turned in at YOURS!
(12:05)
I wish I knew
My neighbors better!
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city.
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Ranglng $3.00 to $5.00
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STEAMSHIP AGENCY4 turd
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I Confernc Tra(
on sale at
AND TB EY DIDN' T
EVEN KNOW
Thev Were enchantedy
the music, and pleasure of
the evening, almost radi- 719 N. Universit
ant.
Yet could they have read

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Ihere's luck, alte Knabe! The last
rowmance we tried to foster in this
column petered out dismally, if you
could say that a thing petered out
that never really got off to a start.
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Like a fly out of molasses we hop-.
ped over to see Ruppert's "Souls For,
Sale." Well, we didn't bur any but
we didn't see very many for sale any-a
way. We thought the market would
look like a cut-rate drug store on a
Saturday ni-ght. But no, we werel
doomed to disappointment. All we
saw was Milt Sills slam somebody
over the head with something or oth-
er and handsome Georgie Walsh cut-j
ting up with the women in a cafeteria.
Every time Charlie Chaplin threw a
Camel away, our frail looked up at us
and gargled, "Oh, isn't he dear." Some
show! 4dorlla
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near - how embarrassed
they n'culd have been,
AND THIS
IS WHY--
No one had explained
teat the excess secretions
of the sebaceous- glands
u n d ey tie arms, which
take place constantly
during any emotional or
nervous activity, are apt
to cause REPELLENT
body odors-of which the
individual is unconscious.
There are many pleasant
aids and preventative rem-
edies for this trouble.
C, Claude Drake'si

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