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Published every morning except Mon01-
.day throughout the school year.
ntered at the iPost Offiee at Ann Ar-
bor, Mlichigan, tunder Act of Con-
gress of arIch 3 187i9.
Walter R~. Toys-rs.
Albert IR. Diley
S S U N D A Y L, D E C f 1E R 1 7 , 1 9 1 1 .
Night Editor--II. BeIch C.'rpenater.
e~ ill to " ian t Roller Tlowels if -They
are tFound .a ices!,.
N 'or yct does the "deadly roller tow-
el"qutestiOn. '.,ilk into oblivion. Through
the efforts of Superintendent of Build-
j jgs,.. H. Marks, paper towels are
being installed in some of the campus
buildings, as an expeserimecnt. ifth
new towels prove satisfactory, it is ex-
pected that all the wash-rooms on the
campus will be so equipped.,
The paper towtel, however, is said to
be far from ideal. In tearing off a,.
Jsheet of the absorbent, the wet handsI
of the 'washer dampen several layers
of the towelling on the roll, thereby'
making the paper almost as unsani-
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W A Hft' 5University B
A Present of Presents.
Thoughi a little ahead of time, there ti
is not a thing that any Mrichigan stu-
dent or almnus would rather receive,
for a holiday remembrance than thle
announcement that: Fielding flI. Yostl
has signed for two more years ainc
that there is al:so a clause in the docu-
ment providiing for an indefinite exten-
i ;on of the time. There was groun(
for the ear that Yost would not be able
o coach Michigan teams again becaulse
of his large business connections, but
happily this difficulty hats been over-
A Michigan football team without
Yost would scarcely be a Mlichi'gani
team. The smiling coach has been al
Ann Arbor for eleven years and in that,
time hie has had success that places
him in the forefront of all college
coaches. Yost is a Michigan man in,
every senses of the word though he re-
ceived his diploma elsewhere and wec
are happy indleed that he is to remain
one of us. For his Christmas present
to us we thank him andi in turn extend
the heatrtieo;i flte sea ;on's greetings.
STILL BELIEVES I-N-SANTA CLA S.
Receipt of New Hatt Strengthens Mate
Stree£t O"Copper's" Faith.
"~Sure, there's ra Santa Claus!" says
Tom, of State street police beat fame
"Never dlid see the old gent but you
take it from me that the kids know
what they're talking about."
Quite a speech for Tom but he seems
positive that the reindeer gentleman i,
responsible for a certain parcel thai'
found its way to his door-step thle oth-
er morning, As a1 consequence, he
niow h~as two hats-thle one stolen this
fall and afterwards returned and this
new Santa Claus creation.
Nothing short of wonderful is his,
new possessioni, claims the campusf
"copper." In his "description, special
emphasis is placed ou a certain gold
wreathi boasting a big silver""-i
niumber on the force. But as a conclu-
:ion, comes the announcement that It
will be sunshiny spring weather before
the Christmas present makes its ,de-
Typewritten copies of, the new clas;
constitution recently adopted by thze
Student Council have been posted on
she bulletin boards ini the different
buildings for the students to read. All
undergraduiates are especially urgea to
baecomle acqiuainated with 11he coas;titll-
"We are doing aill we can to make
the roller tow els still in use as hygien-
ic as possible," said Supt. Marks last
evening. "All the campus janitors re-
;eive orders toch-s the towels as
often as necessary."
Offjcers for the comning year have
),,en selected by the local branch of
,he Ai-Kwoh-H--wei, the Chinese na-
tionail union. They are T. C. Chu,
president; G. W. Chan, vice-president;
L. K. Liul, Chinese Secretary; Y. Y.
Yang, English secretary; Y. Y. TaIu,
treasurer; K. Wl. Koo, English editor;
2.Chu, Chinese editor, aind N. Ilan,
general secretary. The board of di-
rectors is composed of S. J. Shu, chair-
man; Y. J. Chang, vice-chairman, Y. C.
Ma, English secretary; k-,. K. Liu, Chi-
aese secretary, anld A. Z. SyCip, audi-
The local organization contemiplates
-ublishing- several tracts and bulletin:-
this winter, and preparations are under
way for the issuing of bulletin num-
ber four, which is to contain articles
-)y prominent, people interested in the 1
work of the organization.
itea'.m Jordan to Address Confereuce.
The fifth biennial conference of
JIeans and advisers of wcomen in state
luni,ersities will be held in the Black-
stone hiotel, Chicago, Mlonday, 'Tuesday,
nd WednesdOay of this week . DPc
Myra B3. Jordan, of the university, wvii'
iaddress the conference on. Tuesday on,
the general subject of"Student Hfealth."
TWO _fC1lWAN CITIES TO
R EAR MEI)ICAL F-11TTY EN
DaV.CVagaanDrW.SWarthin will deliver university exten-
sion lectures today in twvo towns of
the state. Dean Vaughan will speak
fin the Baptist church at Grand Rap-.
ids on the subject of "The Superman;"
SDr. Warthin will talk on "Tuberculosis
aind sexual hygiene" in New Buffalo.
Dr. Warthin has recently received an
application to deliver five extension
lectures in Houghton county. This
mnakes a total of twenty-five lectures
that Dr. Wviarthin has arranged.
Frsi Lits Inu1gurate Social Season.j
A "get-ac quainted" party at Barbour
gymisnasiumi yesterday afternoon usher-
fed in the social season for the Fresh
fits. Two hundred mremibers of the
Mlass were present. The affair was
cha.peroned by Prof. and Mrs:. T. E.
Rankin and Miss Catherine Bigelow,
"Ike' Fischer's orchestra furniished
Portraits of Quality
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Qworterd ek C6 lb Initiat e s ive
The following 11n011have beeninitiat-
, d into the Quarterdeck club: Aaron:
Matheis, F. P. tiali, MA. T. Lowryv, 'T'. .
Living-stone, and H. F. Vaughan.
Thce third robbery of fraternity hous-
es at the University of Washington was
recently detected just in time to pre-
ven, a serious loss..
Local Cars E
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XMAS GIFTS for gentlemen are acceptable if they are,
not freaky or unusual-lyou want your friend to wear what
you give him, buy what he would buy and not what are
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c. 20, 1911.
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