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January 11, 1912 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-01-11

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THLE MIChiiIGAN DAILY

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THlE FI1iO.'HAN DAILY,
E OfticialAiew saper at Mc,~iirst
of llicigas.
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year,
Entered at the Post Off'ice at Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan, under Act of Con-
gress of March 3, 1879.
t IS INEI,'SS NAE
Albwrt R. IWilley
Editors.
News Editor .......HBarry Z. Folz
Assistant .........,... Frank Penniell'
Athletic Editor .,...., Karl Matthews
Music and Drama .... Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Files ...............Emmett Taylor
Ed It ails.
Arthur B. Moehlnan Frank E. Shaw;
Edwvard G. Kemp Mlaurice Myers.
N lwht Editors.

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Maurice Toulme
Loren Robinson
Wallace Weber

Mack Ryan
Rtobert Gillett
C. Harold Hippler

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y continue to dress well, and that
clothes made here; and when they
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a dash and style to them, with a
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arel young gentlemen should affect.
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John Townley Oscar Beckman
Frank Murphy William Daugherty
3. Selig Yellen )Fred B. Foulht
Hal C. Tallmadgae13. Beach Carpenter
Morton R. Hunter James D'Evelin
Morris Milligan Leonard MN. Rieser
(.ester F. Rosenbaum 3. V. Sweeney
I1SJ N IESS STA i1F.
&ssistant to Mgr. .. Joseph Fouchardl
Advertising Mgr . ..Elmer P. Grlerso3
"ircuJatlon Mgr.. .E. Ray Johnson
A. R. Johnson, Jr. Emerson Sin il
E~dgar L. Jaffa ...... W. T. Holland 3
W. J. Wetterau. J. I. Lippincott
Want Ad Stations.
Press Building; Quarry's Pharm-
acy, State and North Uni-
Versi ty.
OFFICE HOURS: Managing Editor
1-2 p. mn., 10:30-11:30 p. in.; Bus-
iness Manager. ,i-5 p;..,
Roef itioanea 9F0,
Subscription Pric'e: By c'arrer. $2.50:
Bly mail. Vq no.
OFFICES: Arn Arbor Press Building
Maynard Street.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1912
Night Editor-Nla urice Toutrue.
The Best Prayer.
Th ne et w i hi en a ieted by the people of the state in the
new University Extension Lecture
course is extremely significant.
The fact that more than fifty cities
and towhs have already petitioned for
speakers must be taken as an indi-
cation of much greater 'interest in the
university and its 'work than we have
ever heretofore imagined.
"We have had mlany occasions to
complain justly of insufficient appro-
priations.' We knew that such treat-
ment was not intentionally unreasona-
ble nor due to excessive caution. It.
was the natural and inevitable reflec-
tion of an uninformed or rather, per-
haps, misinformed public; opinion.
-With no means of learning directly
of the university and its affairs, the
people of the state have had to rely
on distorted press reports forr their
knowledge. Senisational stories, either,

wildly exaggerated, or absolutely false
have been recited at length and repeat-
ed by the newspapers but the real life
of the students, the work of the fac-
ulty -nd the actual results obtained
have been considered too dull and un-
interesting for the public. And yet
that is exactly what the public desires
The -action of the Regents in sending
out faculty men as representatives of
the university should prove of inesti-
mable value We are poor. We need
many things. We are dependent 'upon
the people of the state for support. Ev-
ery opportunity which we have to ac-
quaint them with our needs must be
realized. And it might be well for each
one of us to remember that effort is
the prayer which is most often answer'
ed.
Rejuvenated Janitors.
We 'desire to congratulate the janitor
force of the university. So long have
we been accustomed to take sly raps
at this body for everything from the
stuffy condition of class rooms, and
unseemnly'roller towels to the atmos-
pheric conditionls. For all this we do
most humbly attempt to make amends
by laying a somewhat belated laurel
wreath at their feet. The cause for
all this effusive praise? Very obvious
to even the most careless observer. I3n
he past we have been accustomed to
wade through three or more feet of
snow on our way to classes. It stayed
there until it melted or the fire in the
suprinitendent's office went out and
he, force was obliged to work or
freeze.
Naturally we were'surprised to see
several1 horse drawn plows out, right
after the recent snowfall, and the side-
walks swept clean before we had time
wo sette back and give our'opinion of
'he janitors. Some of us were so sur-
prised that we walked in the deep
know alongside the walks just to feel
natral. Such evidence of activity has
plot been seen. by the oldest native in a
Score of winters. We do, not know
whether' to attribute it to the awak-
.ning social conscience, the reform
,pirit or to Judicious prodding by the
Tief. Whatever may be the reason, it
is good and We are for It Bring on
another batch of laurels.
Are Trying to Revise Courses..
Torli on the revision of the require-
ments.for graduation is being carried
on in the variouus sub-departments of
the university, in conjunction with the
general committee on the subject
which was appointed last year by the
President.; Tuesday a meeting of the
professors of the sciences was held to
consider what concessions or demands
should, be made by their representa-
tives when the matter comes up for
final settlement in the general commit
tee,.. Nothing was given out conernng
the proceedings.
New York Journalist to Speak Here.
Frank,. I. Cobb, chief editorial writer
of the New York "World," will speak
before Prof. Scott's class in journal-
ism either January 18 or 19. Mr. Cobb
who before going to the "World," serv-
ed in the same capacity with the De-
troit. 'Free Press," is returning to De-
trig, to attend the meeting of. news-
paper men to be held there on the 18th.
The lecture will be open to the public
and, the subject and exact time and
place will be announced later.
Hockey players will find a splendid
assortment of sticks at Wahrs Uni-
versity :Bookstore. 71 to 8)

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