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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

iniIwiTHE 13 fII'hlOAN DAILYI

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Official Newspaper at the University
of :Michigan.
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year..
MANAGING wEDITOR.
Walter K. Towers.
BUSINESS MANAGER
Albert IR. Dilley
I Editors.
News Editor......Harry Z.' Fo'lz
Assistant........:.Frank Pennell
Athletic Editor.....:.. Karl Matthews
Assistant......... G. C. Eldredge
Music and Drama .. .. Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Files........Emmett Taylor
Editorials.
Arthur B. Moehlman Walle W: Merritt
Frank $haw Maurice Myers
Edward G. Kemp.
Night Editors.
Maurice Toulme Mack Ryan
Loren Robinson Robert Gillett
Wallace Weber.

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Assistant to Mgr. .. Joseph Fouehard
Advertising Mgr . Elmer P. Grierson
Circulation Mgr...E. Ray Johnson
A. R. Johnson, Jr. ..Emerson Smith
Edgar L. Jaffa...... W. T. Holiands'
OFF'ICES* Ann Arbor Press Building,
Maynard Street.
OFF ICE HOURS: Managing Editor;
1-2 p. inm., 10:30-11:30 p. in.; Bus-
iness Manager, 1-5 p. in..
Both Phones 960.
Subscription price: By carrier, $2.50;
By mail, $3.00.
Want Ad Stations.
Press Building; Quarry's Pharm-
acy, State and North Uni-
ffi versity.
WEDNESDAY, :NOVEMBER 15, 1911.
Night Editor-C. Harold Hippler.
Put Your "House in 'Order.
The great week of the .year is upon
ais. At no time 'do excitement and spir-
it rise so high, at no time do wve attract
so many visitors, as during the few
days preceding the big game. The old
boys will be here from'far and near to
ming l their voices_ in devotion and
praise to .Michigan. They are 'coming
backi to see thcir old Varsity, "rip 'em
up" once more. They come also to be
refrc','.d and rc eewed by a pungent
draught from the' ptre and undefiled
spring of Michig3an spirit. They will
expect to see. the old town in a football
frenzy, ablaze with th^ Yellow and
Blue. Two months of stcady gro wt'
havenmade their expectat-orns high and
strong. It is for us, then, to give their
a reception that wiillnot be disappoint-
ing. The Maize and Blue. should em-
blazon every club house,. fraternity
house,' and business house in the city.
Let us all pull together with. shout and
song and banners, and send the old
boys home fired with new enthusiasm

for our common alma mater.
We'have also a duty to the three
hundred or more visitors 'who will
come from the east to root for Old
Penn. We remember how our friend-
ship 'for Minnesota was re-kindled by
the generous display of our, colors
which greeted those of us who followed
the trail of the pigskin to the distant
battle ground of the north in 1909. Let
us pjot forget, then, to intermingle free-
ly, with our own colors the Red and
Blue. It is a courtesy we owe to our
rivals. Better still, it can be the.
means of assuring Pennsylvania of our
friendship and causing .her to rejoice,
in her relations with the Wolverines.p
town CAMk
Won't we be too cute for anything
in our yellow ,coming-out gown? Thank
you.
The lily-white' snow, among other
things, furnishes an exciting topic for
freshman rhetoric themes.
There are a great many things we
would rather be than the conductor of
the 11:43 p. m. interurban from Ypsi.
Wanted-Newsboys with strong backs
and weak minds to sell ten-volume
autographed sets of T. T. lyrics, at
the game Saturday.
Great men leave ineffaceable tracks in
the mud of time. It is revealed that
o, s. Max Bennett injected laugh-stuff
into his last year's efforts in German
Comnp.
In future years, how noble some 'for-
mer student will feel 'to take. down
Tom's helmet and say: "Children, se
how your father bravely dismantled
Ann Arbor's police force!" Rather
embarrassing, however, if little Willie
asks for details.
When the voluminous complaints
against the Athletic Association are all
forgotten, we'll be ready to welcome
the hero with a real solution for the
trouble.
PROFESmOR EFFINGER GIVES
TALK TO Y. W. C. A. MEMBERS.
"Intellectual insincerity is too plenti-
ful among the students in the univer-
sity," declared Professor Effinger in an
address before the Y. W. C. A. at New-
berry hall yesterday afternoon. "Say
what you think, not what you think
you ought to think. It is better to be
consistently wrong than to be right by
chance."
"Dimensions,- time subject of his talk
furnished him oan enc;nt pg inte
shape of ma:ue2atical terms on which
to hang some principles. The meeting
was attended by a large number, of
university wone.
PROFESSR SC OTT DELIVERS
FIRST LECTURE OF SERIES.
Professor F. N. Scott delivered the
rst of a series of lectures on the "Gen-
esis of Speech" yesterday afternoon
In the amphitheater of the Psychology
laboratory. The relation between or-
dinary eniodons and their correspond-
ng actionis was expialned and the dif-
ferent theories outlined.
The next lecture will show by
lantern illustrations, how -a useful act
is reduced to an attitude.
The lectures will be Meld on Tuesday
and Thursday afternoons at 2 and not
on Tuesdays alone, as announced.

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