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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Granville S. Lamb.
The sudden death of Granville S.
Official Newspaper at the University Lamb is indeed sad. Though only a
of Michigan. . sophomore, and by nature reserved
Published every morning except Mon- in manner, by his kindly personality,
.. day throughout the school year. .. he won the respect and affection of
many friends in the university,-of all
MANAGING EDITOR. with whom he came in contact. We,
Walter S. Towers. who knew him, will cherish our mem-
BUSINESS MANAGED ory of him; and it will make us better.
Albert R. Dilley His life was a monumental record
of moral goodness. Our tribute to
Editors. him is that he lived rightly and well,
News Editor ........Harry Z. Folz without shame, regret, compromise,
Assistant............Frank Pennell explanations, apologies or complaints.
and Students' Supplies for all departments. Tons of
Second Hand Books Cheap
Drawing Isutrxsrents end
All the best makes of instruments, price $10 to $25
Many good second hand sets at - $S to $i5
Every set Guaranteed.
All the leading makes including Waterman Ideal,
Conklin's Self-filling, and "Wahr's Special,"the best
$i.00 pen on earth.
Loose Leaf Note Books, Shop Tools,
Lab. Supplies, Eta., Etc.
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Athletic Editor......F. E. Shaw, Jr.
Assistant.............G. C. Eldredge
Music and Drama .... Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Files ................Emmett Taylor
Arthur B. Moehlman Walle W. Merritt
Maurice Toulme Ernest Burton
Loren Robinson Karl Matthews
ud Dietzgen Instruments, Draw-
vas Cases for Drawing Boards,
John L. Cox Oscar Beckman
C. Harold Hippler ....Robert Gillett
Wallace Weber William Daugherty
J. Selig Yellen.
Assistant to Mgr. ..Joseph Fouchard
Advertising Mgr ...Elmer P. Grierson
Circulation Mgr.....E. Ray Johnson
C. H. Kleinstuck A. R. Johnson, Jr.
OFFICES: Ann Arbor Press Building,
OFFICE HOURS: Managing Editor,
1-2 p. m., 10:30-11:30 p. m.; Bus-
iness Manager, 1-5 p. m..
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Subscription price: By carrier, $2.50;
By mail, $3.00.
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Among pleasant sensations allow us
to record the feeling that comes when
one escapes from a choice of dog or
hash and encounters the seductive
odors of Old Virginia fried-but why
pursue the painful subject further.
Our Griff Hays trod the old paths
yesterday as he paused enroute to the
city by the straits where he will as-
sume the arduous endeavor of per-
suading a suspicious public to insure
its precious life for the benefit of its
heirs, assigns, successors-and Griff.
Looked sort of good to see that
short McMillan person in real togs and
the resulting atmospheric disturb-
ances in the vicinage of Philadelphia,
Pa., will be no less pleasurable.
'Tis hard to resist the feminine call,
Shorty. Some of the rest of us, who
also pulled heart ties to make a get-
away for the old stand, can tender
Aeronauts Meet Friday.
The Aeronautic Society will have
an open meeting Friday evening, at
which the plans for the year will be
discussed. H. L. Cornell, president of
the society, will address the meeting
and Prof. Sadler will give an account
of his observations during his Euro-
pean tour of the past summer.
The equipment of the society now
consists of a dynamometer by which
the lift and drift of various shaped
planes may be determined,and a glider,
of the Baby Wright type. During the
year this apparatus will be used in
making tests along the line of air re-
sistance similar to those which have
recently been made by Prof. Zahm, of
Catholic University, at Washington,
STUDENTS MUST NOt STAMP
FEET AT MASS MEETINGS.
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1911.
Night Editor-Loren Robinson.
On to Lansing.
Are you going to Lansing Saturday?
Ask yourself two questions and de-
cide fairly. Can I afford the trip?
It costs one dollar. Does the team
need and deserve my support? Em-
phatically, it does.
The game will be a hard fought and
exciting battle for M. A. C. always
puts up a scrappy contest. The ex-
cursion will be one of the big celebra-
tion-jolly fellows-Fatima cigarettes,
of course variety, as hilarious as you
wish to make it.
But it will be more than a "party."
It will be a test of our loyalty to the
best team Michigan has boasted of in
years. It may be a joy-fest but first
of all it will be the grandest little con-
cert of 1,000 untrained voices that ev-
er left Ann Arbor knowing well that
they would return ruined. Soloists
are not wanted but if you test 98 per
cent. enthusiasm and 2 per cent. husky
vocal chords, you're elected. Come all
Wishes to advise the U. of M. students that he has
secured his complete stock of Fall am1 Winter Tlools.
Ann Arbor Chicago
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New arnd Second-Hanid
Old Books-Taken in Exchange-New Books
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Opposite fDoor -of l.avw 1Bidg.-Next to Corner
ings has been
the feet at mass meet-
tabooed. It makes no
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difference how enthusiastic the stu-
dents become, as long as they keep
their feet quiet. The practice of
stamping the feet is objected to be-
cause that it loosens the gallery sup-
Engineers who examined the con-
struction of University hall last winter
did not actually condemn it. They
said that it. would hold a large
crowd. under an even strain.
They further stated that an uneven
strain, such as might be caused by
stamping the feet would be danger-
ous. Hereafter students will be ask-
ed to bear this in mind and to give
vent to their feelings in some other
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