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THiE MIHCIGAN DAILY
Offical -Newspaper at the University
of 1icligan.
Published every morning except Mon~-
day throughout the school year. .
IIANAGING EDITOR.
Walter R. Towers.
BUSINESS MANAGERt
Albert It. DPiley
Want Ad Stations.
Press Building; Quarry's Pharm-
acy, State and North U~ni
vers ity.
OFFICE HOURS: Managing Editor,'
1-2 p. in., 10:30-11:30 p. n.; Bus-
iness Manager, 1- p. in..
Both phones 960.
Subscription price: By'carrier, $2.50;
By mail, $3.00.
OFFICES: Ann Arbor Press Buildin,
Maynard Street..
Editors.
News Editor .......Ilariy Z. Folz
Assistant ........Frank Pennell
Athletie Editor.....Karl Matthew.s
Assistant........... G. C. Eldredge
iMusic and Drama ... . Earl V. Moore
Interc-ollegiate News IHarold G. MlcGee
Files ............... Emmiett Taylor
Editorials.
!Arthur B. IMoehlman Valle W. -Merritt
Frank Shaw Maurice Mlyerti
Edward G. Kemp.
Night 1Editors.
MIau rice Toulme Mack Ryan
Loren Robinson Robert Gillett
aV llace WVeber C. Harold Rippler
Reporters.
John Townley Oscar Beckman
Frank Murphy William Daugherty
J. Selig Yellen Fred 'B. Foulk
Hal C. Tallnaadge Hiram B. Carpenter
Morton Rt. Hunter James D'Evelin
?Morris Milligan Lonlard M. Rieser
'ester F. Rosenbaum J. V. Sweeney
BUSINESS STAFF.
Assistant to Mrx. . . Joseph Fouchard
Advertising Mgr, .. .Elmer P. Grioerson
Circulation MIgr. . R ay Johnson
A. R. Johnson, Jr. ..Eerson Smith
Eidgar L. JTaff a...... .W. T. Ilollands
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1911.
I gtEdt 3are 'u~w

W ith C:t ,at the helmn we need vo
be ashamed of the conduct of our grid-
iron athletics. Though quiet and re-
served-in mann er, hie is a veritable dy-
namo of energy when the occasion de-
mantis vigor and spirit.
Though not an alumnus, through
years cf <associaton and identity of in-
terests and ideals, Yost has become a
Mlichigan mzan. Hle is truly a Michigan
man in spirit,. 'with the better interests
of the university deeply at heart. He
is not a hired alien but one of our own
people. If we lose himn a part of us
wiJll have been taken away.
To us and to Michigan men every-
whjere, the "Hurry-Up" man personi-
fies shrewdness, sportsmanship, and
faithfulness. For over ten years the
mnen of Michc~igan have learned, football'
'from Yrost and there have been manyl
"big Michigan years." . We earnestly
hope and believe that there will be
more "big Michigan years," and more
Fielding H. Yost.
Law Tee am Will1 Start Out Early.
Managecr Lyons of the junior law
basketball team is planning to coin-
inence practice within a few days. Ar-
rangements are being made with the
city Y. M. C. A. for practice quarters
and, with a majority of last year's can-_
didlates out, the prospects of a winning
teami are bright.
NO UV 1S'EI tSTUDENTS ARE
L!IN EES THAT PLAY TODAY.
The colored students of the universi-
ty w\ishi to correct the impression that
a football team composed of players
from among their number will play
a professional Toledo team on Thanks-
givIng day. The Ann Arbor team which
will play this game is composed entire-
ly of local talent, they ,claim, and not 'a
member of the eleven is a university
student.
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It is perhaps well, that but few of us
realize our grave danger of losing the
greatest football coach in the country.
It might sadly distort, today, our prop-
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thankfulness. Fielding H. Yost has
come to mean much to us. To the col-
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master-mind in football wizardry, ver-~
satile, resourceful and cunning.
To the Varsity man, who alone ap-
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larity with gridiron tactics, he. stands
for much more. Intimate acqluaintane
has p)roved him a gentleman, a firm be-
liever in fair' play and clean sport.
His fine character and uprightness are
above question. His presence at the
head of the football squad convey s ab-
satile, resourceful and cunning.
solute assuran~ce of clean play and
cleanz tactics on the part of Michigan.
Yost would tolerate nothing else.

Nov. 3O.-Th1anksgiving Day Open
liouise for men and women at New-
berry Hall.
:Dec. 1--Gustave }Lancon, "France of
Today," Sarah Caswell Angell Hall
at 8 o'clock.
Dec. l.-Illini Club meeting at 4, Tap-
pan Hall.'
Dec. 2.-Christmas Party at Newberry
Hall,.7 to 9:30.
Dec.; A. Hunton addresses Men's
meeting at Newberry Hall at 6:30 on
''i he Black World."
Dec. 4.-"School of Scandal" reading
by Shakespeare' class at Sarah Cas-
well Angell Hall at 8 o'clock.
Dec. 4. Piano Recital by Harrison A.
Stevens, School of Mlusic, 8 o'clock.
Dee. 4. -Soph :ait class Dinner at Un-
ion.
Dec. 7.---Soph Eng. class dinner at Un-
ion.
Dec. 7.--Faculty Concert at Hligh
School Auditorium at 8 -o'clock.
Dec. 7, 8.-Y. W. C. A. Bazaar at Newv-
berry Hall.
Dec.'8.-Senior L.aw Class Dinner' at
Union.
dec. .-Bernice de Pasquali, Choral
Union Series, University Hall at 8
o'clock,
Dec. 8.-Kentucky Club Smoker at Un-
ion.
Dec. 8.-.Dr. Cross addresses Women
on "Venice."
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