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Soiled, indescribably

except Mon-
hool year. ..
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Act 'of Con-

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bert 1L. Dilley
Editors.

Editor ........Harry Z. Fohr
.t......Frank Pennel
ctEditor........KarlkMatthew:
nt ............G. C. Eldredg(
and Drama .... Earl V. Moor(
llegiate News Harold G. McGef
................Emmett Taylor
Editorials.
B. Moehlman Walle W. Merritt
Shaw Maurice Myers
Edward G. Kemp.
Night Editors.

Toulme

Mack Ryan
Robert Gillett
C. Harold Hippler

filled with germs, it is a menace to our
general health. They are usually al-
lowed to hang until the janitor can-
not distinguish them from the support-
ing wall. Then comes a change and
the same operation is repeated. Why
should everything else be sanitary and
this blot remain? Surely the medical
faculty cannot have overlooked the
danger.
MICHIGAN SUPERINTENDENTS
OF THE POOR TO VISIT HERE.
Michigan state and county superin-
tendents of the poor will arrive in
AXnn Arbor today, and will remain here
until Friday. On Thursday, the meet-
ings will be held in the new medical
building, and the same evening the
members of the board will take dinner
at the university hospital.
The work of the convention is of in-
terest to the medical departments, be-
cause these commissioners, when they
discover patients who need treatment,
send them to the university hospitals.
From this source, the university re-
ceives a large proportion of its pa-
tients for clinical work.
I Town Talk
In the absence of the beauty editor,
ye T. T. scribe must fain answer the
following: "Dear Editor:--Would a
course in aesthetic dancing at Barber
gim help remove freckles from under
my left eyebrow? I don't exactly see
how it would, myself, but a second year
man told me it would be just the thing.
By all means, Gerald, report for aes-!
thetic dancing at once. Why suffer
when absolute cure awaits you?
"Do your exam-plugging early-only
fifty-nine days left," says the Illini
Campus Scout. To which we append
"verily."
* Written the folks in the "little white
house on the hill" what you'll "take"
for Christmas yet?

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W A H F

All the Best

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Reporters.
rownley Oscar Beckman
Murphy William Daugherty
g Yellen Fred B. Foulk
Tallmadge H. Beach Carpenter
n R. Hunter James D'Evelin
Milligan Leonard M. Rieser
F. Rosenbaum 'J. V. Sweeney
BUSINESS STAFF.
ant to Mgr. . . Joseph Fouchard
ising Mgr ...Elmer P. Grierson
ation Mgr.....E. Ray Johnson
Tohnson, Jr. .. . .Emerson Smith
L. Jaffa.....W. T. Hollands

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Want Ad Stations.
Press Building;. Quarry's Pharm-
acy, State and North Uni-
versity.
FFICE HOURS: Managing Editor
1-2 p. m., 10:30-11:30 p. m.; Bus-
iness Manager, 1-5 p. in..
Both Phones 960.

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Subscription price: By carrier, $2.50;
By mail, $3.00.
OFFICES: Ann Arbor Press Building
Maynard Street.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1911
Night Editor---C. Harold Rippler.
Why We Don't Wash.
Like the inevitable poor we have
with us always the roller ,towel and
poor ventilation. The latter cannot be
remedied immediately, but the exist-
ence of the former, evidently counten-
anced by the University committee on
sanitation, is a crying shame. Some
of us remember when it was possible
to get a drink on the campus. But
the medical department discovered that
various families of germs, from the lit-
tle colon to the deadly tubercular,
made these their playgrounds to the ev-
ident danger of the student body. At
once the drinking cups disappeared. We
are still waiting for the sanitary foun-
tain. The-roller towel, the all import-
ant adjunct of a newspaper office, es-
caped their notice. Drinking cups were
bad enough; the roller towel has it

UNIVERSITY CALENDAR
First shi
by Adams E:
Dec. 7.-Soph Eng, class dinner at Un-
ion.
Dec. 7.-J. Law dance at Barbour gym. Sale ni
Dec. 7.-Faculty Concert at High gin Dec,
School Auditorium at 8 o'clock. the eight
Dec. 7, .-Y. W. C. A. Bazaar at New-
berry Hall.
Dec. 8.-Senior Law Class Dinner at
Union.
Dec. 8.-Bernice de Pasquali, Choral
Union Series, University-,Hall at 8
o'clock.
Dec. 8.-Kentucky Club Smoker at Un- Hair Dressit
ion. Electrical F
Dec. 8.-Dr. Cross addresses Women Trea
on "Venice." Full Line Ti
Dec. 9.-Senior Dent class dinner at and I
Dec. 9.-Alumni Smoker at University MLLE.
Club, Detroit, 7:45. Undergraduates 119 E. Liberty
invited. ,
Dec. 9.-Freshman Spread at Barbour
Gymnasiumj WE SERVE
Dec. 11.-Junior Eng. Class Dinner at W SE
I Fine
Union. Lowney's and
Dec. 13-16.-"The Awakened Rameses."

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Stop Sneezing
Did you catch cold Saturday?
We carry a complete line of all
the good cold cures, and Cough
Syrups at.the right Prices.
Don't forget to stop at
Van Dorcn's Pharmacy
703 PACKARD STREET

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Typewriter
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You'll need a Tyepwriter later. Get
the best now and have it's use whileiu
colleSe Ask us to show you
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310' S. Statue St. Up Stairs

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Suits Dry Cleaned and Pressed 75c Ove
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