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TH E fI~tGIAN DAILY
Official Newspaper at the University
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year..-
Walter I. Towers.-
Albert i. Iiley
OFFICES: Ann Arbor Press Building,
OFFICE HOURS: Managing Editor,,
1-2 p. i., 10:30-11:30 p. m.; Bus-
iness Manager, 1-5 p. m..
Both Phones 960.
Subscription price: By carrier, $2.50;
By mail, $3.00.
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Press Building; Quarry's Pharm-
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1911.
Night Editor-Mack Ryan.
The Spirit of Michigan.
Once more has Michigan spirit prov-
ed irresistible. With Thomson, Wells
and Pontius unable to contribute their
wonderful efforts, the Varsity, discour-
agingly crippled, but fighting like de-
mons, responded nobly to the entrea-
ties of the men of Michigan. Such
courage as they displayed could not be
withstood. It was Michigan spirit, in
the bleachers as well as on the field;
a marvelous exhibition of pluck and
We may, perhaps, be pardoned for
patting ourselves on the back over our
accomplishment of putting a sporting
extra containing a complete account
of the game on the streets within two
minutes after the final whistle. Such
work would be most creditable to a
metropolitan newspaper with a com-
plete and specially designed equipnient
and a veteran staff. That four thous-
and issues failed to satisfy the popular
demand shows that the student body
appreciated our efforts.
Not only to Editor Robinson and to
the Ann Arbor Press but to the entire
staff whose spirit of untiring endeav-
or made the achievement possible we
gladly give the credit.
LIT SOPHOMORES PLAN FOR
MANY SOCIAL FUNCTIONS.
Dinners, dances, and smokers are to
form the elaborate social program of
the soph lit class for the ensuing year
Three of the dinners which, in accord-
ance with the planfollowed by other
classes, will be held at the Union, will
be stag affairs, while two will include
The dances will be of the dinner-
dance variety, one to be held at Gran-
ger's, the rest to be in Barbour gymna-
School of Music Girls Plan Dance.
The'girls of the University School of
Music have planned for a dance to be
held at the Country club next Tuesday'
NOTICE TO THE MEMBERS OF THE
Public nc tice is hereby given that a special
meeting of the members of the Michigan Union
will be bhid at 7:36 P. M. on TuesdayNov
ember aF, x~t, at Waterman Gymnasium for
the purpose of considering amendments to
Articles V and VII of the Articles of Asso-
ciation of the Michigan Union and for the
further purpose of considering the following
amendments to the Constitution of said cor-
AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION
Article III is to be amended to read as fol-
"Section I. All men who are students in
actual residence at the University of Mich-
igan, Alumni, Regents, members of the sev-
eral, faculties and_ officers of the University
of ichigan may become menbers of the
association upon the payment of the annual
"Section II. (a) Any person eligible to mem-
bership as provided in the preceding section
may become a life member on payment of
fifty dollars ($5).
(b) Any person eligible to membership
as provided in the preceding section may be
come a life member on payment of fifty dollars
($o) payable in the following manner: ten
dollars ($mo) to be paid at the time of apoli-
cation for membership and forty dollars ($40)
payable in four equal annual installments, said
installments to become due and payable on one
two, three and four years from the date of
such application. Such applicants for mem-
bersaiip shall be entitled to all privileges and
subject to all the obligations of full member-
ship from the date of first payment, provided,
however, in case such applicant shall fail to
make payment of any one of said four annual
payments within one year of the date such
installment shall become due and payable
he shall forfeit all rights to become a life
member by thereafter making payment of that:
or any remaining installment, and any install-
mnents which may theretofore have been paid
by such applicant shall be considered and
taken as regular annual dues.
(c) Any person not eligible to membership .
under the preceding provisions may become
a life member of the association on the pay
rent of one hundred dollars ($ioo), provided-
such candidate for life membership has secured
the approval bf two-thirds of the Board of
"Section III. The Union may at any meet-
'ng, by a two-thirds vote of the members pres-
ent, elect to honorary membership any person
rho may have rendered distinguished service
to the University of- Michigan, provided such
:andidate for hororary membership has re-
;eived the approval of the Board of Directors.
Article IV is to be amended to read as
"Members of all of the above classes, except
as hereinafter provided. shall have the same
?rivileges. All members except those adm tted
o membership under Section III, of Artice
II, of this constitution shall be entitle} to
rote at the meetings of the Union and at the
annual election of officers, provided, however,
tist at the annual election of officers, of those
tembers possessing the qualifications specified
in Section 1, of Article III, only those who
iave signed'their names on the membership
-rol in the club-house before nine A. M. of
he second Saturday in April shall be entitled
Section VII of Article V is to be amended
to read as follows:
"(a) The government of the Union shall be
,ested in the Board of Directors, composed of
he aforesaid nine officers, three others elected
annually from the University Faculties, and
ve alumni of the University who are members
if the Union, the same to be elected by the
advisory Council of the Alumni Association
If the University. This Board shall constitute
the Board of Directorsfor the corporation. It
,hall have legal title to the property of the
Tnion and shall be especially vested with
ower to receive donations to the Union"
"(b) Upon the completion of the Michgan
Union club-house project as outlined in the
-esolution of the Michigan Alumni Association,
'assed at its meeting of June 28th, 1911, the
title to such club-house, buildings and grounds
shall be transferred to, and thereafter remain
in the Board of Regents of the University;
the Michigan Union club-house poject shall,
for this purpose, be considered as completed at
such time as such club-house shall be ready for
use and occupancy."'
"(c) Upon the completion of the Michigan
Union club-house project as set forth in (b) of
this section, the management and control of the
club-house, buildings and grounds shall be vest-
ed in the Board of Governors composed of the
Financial Secretary of the Union, who shall be'
the Chairman of the Board, the President of
the Union, one member of the Board of Reg-
ents of the University, to be chosen by the
Regents, and four members of the Union to be*
:hosen from the life, faculty and alumni mem-
bers, provided that at' least three of the said
four shallje alumni of the University."
Section VIII, Article V is to be amended .
b~y striking out the words "a majority."
Section IV, Article VIII is to be amended
to read as follows:
"Ten percent of the members possessing
the qualifications for membership as specified
in Section 1, of Article III, shall constitute
a quorum at any meeting of the Union, annual
Article.IX to be amended to read as fol-
"Amendments to this constitution, not in vio-
ation of the Articles of Association, may be
adoited at any meeting of the Union. annual
r special, by a two-thirds vote of the members
present, provided twenty per cent of those
nembers possessing the qualifications for mem-
ership specified in Section I, of Article III,
are present, such amendments having been
published with the notice of the meeting."
Arthur B. Moehlman,
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