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December 20, 1911 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-12-20

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nuversitj
pt 1on~-
year, .
Ann Ar-
of Con-

'ost Office at.
under Act
3, 1879.

'owtrs.
UNG~ER
[)Iley1

"(Good Cheerf."s
It is a fine old customi which has
made popular the cheery- call of "Mler-
ry Christm-as and Happy New Year."To
[yoi wve repeat the greeting, and hear-
I thiy ester~ our best wishes for holiday
happiness. We tirust that the spirit of
the season will be returned by the new
~ya.It brings inew opportunity, new
purpose, 1new,-develop,,ent, '
strength. The'. yesterday is gone and
wihit the fact that wve "battled as
well as w-e couald." If w-e did go downi,
wve are on our f.eet withi the morning,
ready to press forwvard again. And let
us not wxorry ourselves with regrets.
W,( -will begin anoew.
UO"r ~~

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The II.
The Ir
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Tre lB

Ll vester-
~ni 'OwlaI

All the Best Nov:Is o' t1
Are

The Niarriaige Portio
Sh- Build i hFHerHo
Trhe LiogRoll-John
WAHR'S

20, 1911.

Just to prove that a printer canI PI. tin1.flmh Portreets.

to q u

aw

the Daily Illini
))leg(, Dress." We
without comment,
to determne its
itions at Mlichi-
lingered long
e noted the same
n uncouthness in
otes and like the
for it.
follows-
students nor fac-~
ejustly criticized
s, it may be laic'
)Oosition that the
;ontains a greater
ressed men than
ce. This is evi-
thful coxcombry,
ion of the true
es. The short-
uctors in matter.,
;be better excus-
)Okirng not at the
x man than to
rlong seclusion

till-

In;

some of our best-paid professors are
fthe most loosely Bohemian in appea~r-
ance, and some of our poorest stu-
dents the most fastidious.
Our most recent visitors from the
East, as Slosson. and More, have re-
marked upon the general neatness in
dress of the student body. The last
four years have accomplished a great
advance in this respect; the rough
corduroy trousers and black neglige
shirts that every senior remembers]
as characteristic of dress in his fresh-
man days have disappeared from the
campus. We have been able, with
one or two aberrations, to pursue a
course past the more ridiculous "col-
legians"-vivid class caps and hats.
or rah-rah apparel in general. Fra-
ternity jewelry, whether tie-clasps-
pins, or cuff buttons, is seldom prom.7-
inently displayed. WVe see little that
suggests the W iisconsin or MTinnesota
man's affectation of a lumber-jack's
dress-heavy shoes, coarsebag
trousers, and high-collared sweater
jackets. _To all appearances, we com-
prehend ~as well as do E~astern col-
legeo students how much the character
of an institution mnay be expressed,
and its social atmosphere elevated,
by" refinement in dress. If we had 'a
few"' more In1stru1ctors whose own care
in personal appearance would justify
itheir remaring on the dissonance
of a crimson tie with a blue suit, as
one recently did, we might be par-
doned a really smug self-satisfaction."

play a joke on the directory once a
year as well as on this sheet each and
every day, wo. note with pleasure the
membership which the gentlemen of
the press have attributed to the Rocky
M4ountain Club. To prove that accura-
c-N i-arics inv ersely- with distance we
quote the following from the De Pauw
"The glee club of 1'ichigan Ujniversi-
ty has been asked to visit Japan at the
expense of the Japanese government."
You M)Ake a Guess.
Dear Ed :-.Allow me to liquire
whether the "parent" of Rameses is
native to Ypsl, was brought uip in Ypsi,j
or has taken his university workiI
that fair city?
"Turkey."
BIG .1111S N THE flIJSINI SS.1
)VORLI) TO LE'CT4UU E HERE.
Beginning in the first week of the
second semester the five public ser-
vice and railroad, men secured by Prof.
Adams will sta rt lecturing in the
courses in Public Accounts and Rail-I
.croad Economics. The lecturers, Crawv-
ford, of the Pennsylvania lines, Plant,
of the Southern Railroad, Beahan, of
the New% Y6rk Central, and Wishar
and Lutz, both on public scrv ice comn-
s arechara;cterized by Prof.
- , . being of the high,,stca-
bre in tliwrei2ct lines.
:A i eery difficult,", he said, "to
_U ,;L with i aihoritative informa-
tion oil these subjects. These men ar2
the ones, who are doing things, and.
ha v'o.first hand k.nowledge. W~e are
getting- them to give the results ofi
1heir practical experience."
The lectures are to be part of th-
reiular course work, and it is not
known ii letbler any of them will be
mlade public or not,
VAR ISITY DE,1BATEtS ITILL STAY9.
IN ANN ARBOR~ UNTIL FEIDAY,
The members of the two Varsityd-
batin teams will11 not be able to leav e
for their respective homes tomorrow
but will remain in the city until Fri-
day for the purpose of arr-ang ing thir
ar,;uments for the debates which oc-
cu;r January 19.,.At that time the threel
mlen en the affirmnative side of the re-
~call question, whtich is to be debatedl,
will meet the team from Northwestern
here, and the team uphioldin the nega-
tive side will battl.e with the Chicagoc
teami in that city<.
There wl be a freshman engineer
A':sseinbly the Wednesday after vaca-
tion, but there will be no Agssembly to-

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banlsing.
WE SERVE HIOT LUNCHES
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Lowney's and Hagey's Choeoa

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Enjoy tte Xmas Holidays in one of our Nobby
Englisii Suits and Experience the Satisfid Feeling
a perfectly tailored suit gives one.
Alt the latest novelties.
WAGNER & CO. Tailors State Street

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5 p. m.===Choice
Spipe with each
liards or Pool, at
ped Billiard Par=
Brunswick Balke
and see for your=
. 20, 1911.

Stop Sneezing
Did you catch cold Saturday
Uj ,C La, y ~tn m,,et Iiae')f ill
the good cold c res, Ltnd C ughl
Syrups at the right Prices.
Don't forget to stop at
Yau1orcu's Phirmicy
703 PACKARD STJRECT

L IG SMITH
& BRObS.

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and Hair Goods
MLLE. TAYLOR
1-19--E. Liberty 1
HAVE YOUR CLOTHI
HALL BROTIII
Suits Dry Cleaned and Pressed 75c
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