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I DA I LY 4mythical publication before New Year's

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Official iNewspaper at the Unixersity
of ilichigan.
Published every morning except Mon-'
.. day throughout the school year.
4 MANAGIN, EDITOR.
Walter Kw Towers.
BUSINESS MANAGER
Albert R. DilIey
Want Ad Stations.
Press Building; Quarry's Pharm-
acy, State and North Uni-
versity.
I~ t
Editors.
News Editor.......Harry Z. Folz
Assistant .............Frank Pennell
Athletic Editor ....... .Karl Matthews
Assistant <...........G. C. Eldredge
Music and Drama ....Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Piles ................Emmett Taylor
Editorials.
Arthur B. Moehlman Walle W. Merritt
Frank Shaw Maurice Myers
Edward G. Kemp.
-Night Editors.
Maurice Toulme Mack Ryan
Loren Robinson Robert Gillett
Wallace Weber.
Reporters.
John Townley Oscar Beckman
C. Harold Hippler J. Selig Yellen
Frank Murphy. William Daugherty
BUSINESS STAFF.
Assistant to Mgr. ..Joseph Fouchard
A. R. Johnson, Jr. ....Emerson Smith
Edgar L. Jaffe ...... W. T. Hollands.
Advertising Mgr ...,Elmer P. Grierson
Circulation Mgr...E. Ray Johnson
OFFICi HOURS: Managing Editor,
1-2 p. in., 10:30-11:30 p. m.; Bus-
iness Manager, 1-5 p. i..
Both Phones 960.
Subscription price: By carrier, $2.50;
By mail, $3.00.
2FFICES: Ann Arbor Press Building.
Maynard Street.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER, 28, 1911

such a hope may be a foolish one.
Our expectation may be unreasonable.
If so, it can be explained, and partially
excused, by our, discredited notion that
the directory was intended for use
during the year 1912-13. Of course, it
4aot to be denied that it will make in-
teresting reading next semester to
those who have the historical bent.'
And despite the fact that by February
several score students will have float-
ed around to new addresses or have
been sent home for a rest, and the
society lists will be antiquated to a
large extent, nevertheless. the faculty
list will probably be correct, and use-
ful.
The student body should not be
so unreasonable as to expect the di-
rectory before Christmas. The print-
ers are busy with rush orders which
they might have to give up if they
printed the directory. Of course there
are printers in the world outside of
Ann Arbor but they might charge
more. Still we have a suspicion that
most of us would rather pay thirty-
five cents for a directory in October,
than twenty-five cents on February
1.
Our interest in the directory is what
might properly be called "an estate
in expectancy." It was quite lively
during October, but has become rather
pale and weak of late. We are be-
coming so adept at finding people in
the dark that there will be a strong
temptation to shift along as we have
been doing and spend that twenty-five
cents on fiowers for the J Hop. But
we promise to nurse along our interest
as best we can, so that it will be
strong enough to give.Niie Rahs and

Plaitnjum Portrato

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Portraits of Qua lit
Go to
THE PHOTOGRAPHER

NOW READY-and the best e
THE
Michigan Calen
for 1912
It is a thing of beauty-a joy for a whole year-
a splendid Christmas gift
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when the directory comes on

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Night Editor-Wallace Weber.
University Calendar
Nov. 28-Michigan Union Smoker, Wa--
terman and Barbour gyms, 8 o'clock.
Nov. 28-Recital, Gatty Sellers and
Win. Short. Episcopal church 8
o lock.
Nov. 30-Thanksgiving day Recess..
Dec. 1-Gustav Lancon "France of To-
day." Sarah Caswell Angell hall,
8 o'clock.
?(c. 4-"School for Scandal," reading
by Shakespeare class. Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall, 8 o'clock.
Dec. 4-Soph Lit Dinner at Union.
)ec. 7.-FacultyConcert, High School
Auditoritum, 8 o'clock.
Jec. 8-Bernice de Pasquali, Choral
Union 3eries, University hall ,
o'clock.
?ec 13-16-Michigan Union Opera.
The 19i2-1B .irectory
It is with just a little dread of being
aughed at that we confess that we
once entertained hope of possessing;
students' directory by December 1.
ve i now, n the face of appearances,
we are blindly trusting the Fates to
provide us with a copy of the near-

Back Again.
What a busy time we have been hav-
ing.
You're Welcome........
Dear Ed:-
I wish to thank you for destroying
your column of'ignoble wit.
"Purisimus."
Great is the pleasure it gives us to
report that our Busy Manager emeritus
has seen the great light, forsaken the
ways of the wicked who beg ads. Our
Norm Hill will be an ornament to the
repertorial staff of The News of our
metropolis.
Going to the smoker That makes it
unanimous.
Physical Director Visits Chicago
Catherine L. Bigelow, Director of
Barbour gymnasium is visiting in Chi-
cago to-day and tomorrow where she
will investigate the physical culture
classes at Chicago University.
QUAI{TER1)ECK CLUB TAKES
iN FIVE NAVAL EN GINEERS
Quarterdeck club, the naval engi-
neering society has elected five new
mnembers: Clarence L. Mathias, Ray-
mond E. Laurer, Palmer Livingston.
Henry Vaughan and Louis Hall. The
society is planning to give several din-
ner parties during the winter, and in
the spring a number of sailing parties
at Whitmore Lake.

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College Men
Special rerms

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Near 50th St. Subway and 53d St. Elevated

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VNDER THE MANAGEMENT
Harrey P. Sttrxuaon., formerly with Hotel Imperial.
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J. A. GREY, Prop.

Buy your ALARM CLOCK
at
Chapman's Jewelry Store
20 South lan Str et
It you are not getting your
DAILY regularly, a postal
card to the Business Man-
ager will start something

Phone 1534-L
When in
DET ROIT
Stop at
New and Absolutely FireproF-.
Cor. Adams Ave. and Park St

Detroit Un
On information to
tendent Allen, Ypsila
United Lines, by offi
organizations, the mo
capacity of the regu
group of students to
bor, extra cars and e.
promptly supplied.

Sweaters cut over at the
Royal. 209 E Lihprty

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Has large convention hall-has grand
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4 Music from 6 P. M. to J2:3o A. M.
Every ]room has Private Bath
EUROPEAN PLAN
Rates: $1.50 per day and up

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Did you catch cold Saturday ?
We carry a complete line of all
the good cold cures, and Cough
Syrups at thu right Prices.
Doi't forget to stop at
Vail Dorcnl'sPharmacy
703 PACKARD STREET

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307-309 S. State St.
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ike and we reserve it for you
in private drawer without
charge.

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