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November 16, 1893 - Image 2

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cu. of W~Z. TaL
Published Daily (Sundays excepte)t during
the Colee year, by
Subscription price V.011 er year, invariably
in aosanrc en~lccopiea ,3 cents. Subscrip-
tions may be left at the ofice of the D~AIY,
at Stoet's, with ay of the editors r
autisorzed solicitors.
Cmmunications ssstld reach the office by
7 o'clockhP.. if they are to appear the net
Jay. Address all matter intended for publica-
tion to the Managing Editor. All business
commnincatons shold be sneato th eBstui-
ness Manager.
An Arbr ich.
C, A. Enaso, Law '4, Managing Editor.
H1. A. SALDING, Lit. '4, Assistant.
J. L1. LOIE, Lit. '5, Assisant.
W. N. CooTE, Lit. '6, Assistat.
F. WLscl, Lass '4, Sbstitte As'stsat.
J. A. LEio, Lit.'St, Athletic Editor.
S. W. CUTSSo, P. G. Lit., Business Manager.
W. A. MOCsKi, Lit. '7, Asitanot.
H. B. Gamomson, '4. 5. F. 19Ll.'5).
Miss Los Jatos, 'N04. IAL
1t. . Assee9 E.L.Marti'dSl ,'4
L. P.Sad ler,' "f'9t69.l6. itloe '
L. P. tyte. H I. I. iasins, '6.
L. 1.Coorast.'555 C. . Jitts, '4.
All copy must be st the offiecbefor 8:30a. n
of thecay of pbliatio.
The Editors do not old hemelvco reopn
sible f'er the opinions or stateiento of corres
pondents, pparnc in the DAILY.
THE long suffering college public
is certainly impofd upon by n-
foundfd rumors which go the rounds
of the public press each year con-
cerning the University of Michigan.
Some one away out in the wilder-
neoo of collegedoin boo invented the
following strange piece of news:
"The University of Michigan has
a fraternity wich admits both sexes
to its membership."
IT scarcely seens necessary for
us to correct the absolute aid
groundless falsehood wvhich has been
circulated through the medians of
the Associated :Press reports, stat-
ing that four of the U. of M. eans
who playd Purdue were not stu-
dents, but hired players. Hlow
such a report could originate, ex-
cept it be evolved from the brain of
some reporter in search of sensa-
tionalist, we cannot conceive.
When Michigais has to resort to
such means, as alleged in the re-
port, we will retire from the foot-
ball field.
SPEAKING of the tendency of
wealthy men to use their wealth in
endowinlg public institutions tie
Detroit journal nakes the following
apt remarks editorially:
"If, for example, some Rockefeller
should torns his finsncil field glass
upons the University of Msihigan and

beholding tthere tlte pride nf the tate,
with its glorious past and] preoeiit
nieeds, should sit down alonse withihits
thoughsts and with a ful oilnOsciotsess
of a duly before himo, the very tliought
of whiieh would make it to im na
blessed privilege-what wuold lie do .
WVIp, just to the Rtoekefeller did who
bestowsed great gifts upois the Uniiver-
sity of Chicago.
Whlere is thse tockefeller fur Mieci-
iganl P Does he live in this statei"'
APROoPOS to the recent expulsion
of the students at Princeton for the
hazing indulged in against members
of the freshman class, Thse Free.
Press says, editorially: "Even col-
lege professors can learn something
and the faculties of other institu-
tions of learning will find a valuable
object lesson in the details which
preceded the expelling of thsree slt-
dents from Princeton for playing
thse role of barbarians unuder list
name of hazing. Young metn sith



editors, and it was decided to en-
large it to to pages and chsarge 15
cents. The Thansgiving issue will
cost to cents as usual.
Since there have been complaints
from subscribers in regard to the
late delivery of Wrinkles, the edi-
tors will have a list of all subscrib-
ers at thse box office, lit building.
All who notify Wrinkle before the
next issue is put on sale will be able
to get their papers at the box office
earlier on Friday than it could be
possible to get them by mail. All
subscribers who do not send such
notification will get their papers as
usual through the mail, and as early
as possible.
It is quite likely that the editorial
board will be increased from six to
ten members before the Thansgiving
issue appears; and the artists and
cartoonists swill be organized isto an

anod SHORTHAND. Magninicent butldtng; nine
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issrs'srt; well supplied reading rooms dailylcetures*
Saurday evenoing receptions; spa..thbeeesire year
Exceptional faciities foe placisnstests In posi-
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OrFFtCERS: Chrstian Isack,.Pres.; Wv D.
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sier- Al. J.Fritz Asst .ashier.


their penchant for cruel sport
should be able to finttlvent in the
football team, but fellosvs of teir
stamp generally lack the mtanly
courage to engage in thtat rotsgls and
tumble sport."
A comparison of the two articles
on English, at Harvard and at thse
U. of M., in thsis issue will fully re-
pay the reader.
This matter of learning to write
English is too little attended to, in
nearly all of the colleges of America
and the strength and reputation of
both Harvard and thse U. of M., as
educational institutions, is that thsey
turn out graduates able to write
their mother tongue.
The olly criticism thsat could be
made of thsis departmsent at the U.
of M. is that most of the English
work is elective and not enoughs is
required. Still, as elective courses
they are gaining favor, anti now few
top with tlse required courses but
take muds of the advanced practical
work. y
Thanksgivings Wrinkle. I
For 'Thanksgiving the edition of
Wrinkle, which will be on sale one
week from tomorrow, is expected to
be far ahead of any previous issue.
It will be printed in artistic colored
inks, and will consist of n16 pages.
There will be a fine doublespage car-
toon, illustrating tse effects of co-
edocation at tlse U. of M., and
anothser feature will be the special
Turkey Day cover design. Mr. M.
W. Campaus full page hsumorous
cut of illustrated footblal terms sill
appear, and considerable attention
will be paid to the great Thanks-
giving Day sport.
The Chrtstmas issue was discussed
Monday night at the meeting of tile



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