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THE fWA.;IIOAN DAIIL'
(Officiali Newspaper at the Universit3
of Michigan.
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year. .
E~ntered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-
bor, -Michigan, udder Act of Con-
gress of March 3, 1879.
MAtNAGING EDITOR.
j Walter R. Towers.
j BUSINESS MANAGER
* Albert .1.I illey
Want Ad Stations.
Press Building; Quarry's Pharm-
acy, State and North Unl-
versity.
OFFICE',HOURS: AManaging Editor,)
1-2 p. n.,10:30-11:30 p. rr. ;
Bu-ess Manager, 1-5 p. mn.:
Both Phones 900.
ISubscription price: Tay carriert$2.50,"
By mail, $3.00.
OFFICES: Ann Arbor Press Building,'
Maynard Street.
TUESD;AY, DECEMIBER 5, 1911.
Night Editor---1V0Jice lebeli.
UNIVERSITY' CALENDAR
Dec. 7.--Sohb Enig. class dinner at t-n-
ion.
Dec. 7.-.J. Law dance at Barbour gym.
Dec. 7.---Faculty Concert at h-igh
School Auditorim at 8 o'clock.
Dec. 7, 8.--Y. W. C. A. Bazaar at Neow-
berry Hall.
ec. .-Seni;or Law Class Dinner at
Union.
)ec. 8.-Bernice de Pasqulali, Choral
Union Series, University Hall at 8
o'clock.
)ec. 8.-Kl-entucky Club Smoker at Un-
ionl.
)c .D. Cross addresses Wobmen,
on "Venice."
)ec. 9.-Senior Dent class dinner at
)ec. 9.-Alumni Smoker at U~iversity
Club, Detroit, 7:45. Undergraduates
ins ited.
Union.
lec. 11.--J1unior Frig. Class Dinner atr
Unionl.
)ec. I 2.-Soph lit, dance at Barbour
gym~.
)ec. 1 3-16.--"The Awakened Rameses."

the same Michiganensian found itself
in the same plight. We then stated a
conviction that the seniors "are not
prompt because they know they do not
have to be prompt; that the limit set
is a bluff._ If an editor would fix a real,
reasonable limit and convince the stu-
dent body that he meant it the seniors:
fwould be punctual of necessity." We
trust thait the editor of the Michiganen-
' sian has set a date, or will set a date,
that is the absolute limit beyond which
pictures canniot be received. W~e be-
lieve that. with the knowledge of such
a limit the seniors will govern them-
selves accordingly. When in past ex-
perience we have hustled many times
to g;et within a limit, only to have the
limit broken and moved into the fu-
ture for the° accommodation of the
laggards we cease to regard such a
ruwe seriously., It is easy to be a lag-
g4ard and most of us will enjoy the sen-
sation, if given the opportunity.
The ;success of the senior year book
is of deep interest to all of us, especi-
ally the seniors. The cooperation of
every senior is- necessary to attain
drat success and 'we 'bespeak the at-
tention of the graduates to the re-
quests of the Michiganensian authori-
ties. We beseech that the editors in-
form us of the real limit that we m~ay
know how much time we have to re-
move the wart from the end of our
nose, or banish any similar disfig-
urement, that nighvt disgrace us, and
the annual.

All the Best NovelN of the Year Now on the SI
Are a Few Titles.
The Hari-ester --Porter ...............$1
The Iron N oman-Deland.............1
The NMea-ure of a Man--Duncan.........1
The Broad Highway--Farnol ..........
A Likely ,story-De~lorfpar ............. 1
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The Prodigal Judge---Vaughn Kester..1
Mother 1 ares'aChiekens-- Aiggino.......1
The Secret Garden-Burnett............ 1
The Marriage Portion-Keays..............
Sht, Buildr ih Fer House Comfort.......I
The Long Roll-.1obnston ........ 1
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Yet again we hind it neccessary to re-
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willing to run communications over 2 We Do Frenof
blind signature, the name and address pKi.eSSI N(
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the Managing Editor. We continually FULLER & O'CC
receive many interesting commaunica-
tions which we are unable to use be-
cause our necessary regulations in this
matter are not complied with. The
identity' of the writer is treated as Irr s i o l
str~ictly confidential when so desired.,
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bwn ~al for n ow.e1
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TCime Senior Year Book.
The editors of the: Michiganensian
rave begun their ;annual battle with
procrastination. They have announced
hat the pictures must be taken by the
riddle of January. Their statistician
'urther informs us that if the seniors
roceed to the photographers at the
)resent rate the last' graduate will
'ave had the ordeal performed by 1915
{ nd the Michiganensian editors may
miope, to have their book ready to pre-
;ent to the sons of the} more hasty of
bhe present graduates when the new
veneration enters the university. The
I eniors should take heed.
But we cannot but feel that the fault is
rot all with the patrons of the book.
3omewhaat less than a year ago we had
)ccasion to air our editorial view when

by the first gubernatorial election in
that vicinage.
.Havine seien our sarc, spiintte. d"-';
dignified B~use Manager engaged is
picching nicxels ac a crack in ai U~
street sidewalk we are prepared to
believe anything of anybody.
We are discovering that the limit in
hats is human ingenuity, not human
audacity as we had 'supposed prior to
the arrival of the latest thought in
men's millinery.
Just to adid to the evidence of the in-
ate depravity of humans we record the
query of a person who wandered into
our sanctum to enquire whether the
night, watchman in the hobby horse
factory across the alley from our office
ever has nightmare.
Illness Keeps Prof. Bogle From Classes
prof. T. A. Bogle of the law depart-
ment is suffering from' an attack of
acute infiamiation of the 'eyes, "and con-
sequently is unable to meet his class-
es this week.

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