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January 12, 1912 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-01-12

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£11I.4 A aa .vsus1,gA1 I 1rlIL..I
Oficieal .Nevspaper at the Laiiersify
of michigall.
Published every morning except Mon-.
day throughout the school year.
Entered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan, under Act of Con-
gress of March 3, 1879.
BUSINESS MANAER
Albert It. I)iHley

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to choose

News Editor'.E.. +....Harry Z.

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Assistant.....,... _...Frank Pennell
Athletic Editor..,.....Karl Matthews
Assistant...........G. C. Eldredge
Music and Drama ... .Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGe(-
Pliles ............... Emmett Taylor
Ed iforb, 1.
Arthur B. Moehlmnan Frank E. Shat;
E+dw ard G:'Kemp Maurice Myers
Nighgft Editors.
Maurice Toulnme Mack Ryan
I 40101 Robinson Robert Gil lett
Wallace Weber C. Harold Rippler
Ueporters.

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John Townley Oscar Beckman
Frank Murphy William Daugherty
J. Selig Yellen Fred B. Foulh
Hal 0. Tallmadge H. Beach Carpenter
Morton R. Hunter James D'Evelit
Morris Milligan Leonard M. Rieser
" Lester F. Rosenbaum J. V. Swoene3y
lUSINESS STAF~F.
Aissstarit to Mgr. .. Joseph Foijeharci
Advertising Mgr .. .Elmer P. Grierson
'Mrculrtri N hlr..1:. Ray Johnsen,
A. R. Johnson, Jr. ..Ernerson Smith
Fdgar L. Jaffa ...... W. T. Holland-
W. J. Wetterau. J. 1. Lippincoti
Want Ad Stations.
Press Building; Quarry's Pharm-
acy, State an(] North Uni-
ve rsi ty.
.3 OFFICE HOURS: Managing Editor
1-2 p. tn., 10:30-11:30 p. in.; Bus-
iness Managzer. 1-5 p. mn..

kw the ;present Instance,intercassJ
hockey, the rule seems to have affected
but a very few men and not to have
subttaatally weakened the lit team.
But as a precedent the action is ,dan-
gerous. In its broader effects on the
spirit of the 'classes and the relations
between departments such a ruling
might prove most unfortunate.
D ATMOSPHERE IN GYM
IS EXPLAINER Bye DIRECTOR.
The arctic temperature that has been
sor no !table in the shower rooms of
the gYiiasiumn during the last few
days, is not due to carelessness of the
attenda.nts, according to Dr. Ma, d-
rector, of the gymnasiumn.
"4When the wind is so cold, as~ it has
been for the ;;past week or so, it is al-
raost. impossible to heat the building?
properly,"he said. "It is due primar-
ily to the Incapacity of the heating
plant 'Ono on severely, cold days the
steam is eaten up like driftwood,, but
now that the worst of the spell is over
no more'difficulties are expected."
MEN IN CHARGE WILL RUSH
PREPARATIONS FOR JUBILEE
Plans for the paroposed Diamond u-
bilee. celebration were given a boost
y sterday afts noon when ,a committee
of university'offiers'and faulty mem-
hers tt in the President's office to
discuss the projet., The result of the
wonference was not made public but it
.s known that a start was made toward
evolving a defnite plan for the nni-L
vrsar* celebration. .;
:Acc ording to one university officer,
the celebration proposed will be so
large as to require the cntant effrts
of the men in charge to complete ar-
rangements in time. No definite step,
aside from that which may have been
.alen a tithe meeting yesteray, has as
yet been made toward preparing for
the event. The dlay I's due to the fact
that it was undecided for a :time wheth-
~r the celebration shuld be postpon-
A. till t e completion of te Hill audi-
toriumnc. ,
SECRETrARY SITH '.t" ININQ
BUSINE S ASSO I0lN SEET.,
Mr 4hrley W. Sit, Secretary of~
,ie° Uversity, wvent to Chicago ye-
terdaytmrunn for the purpose of at-
tending the animal meeting of the Bus-'
ness ,Association, a society composed
of the business officers of mddle-west-
ern colleges and universities. "The as-
sociatkn is conducted for the purpose
of discusing the business administra-
tion of .the schools represented, thus
securing mopre efficient management in
college affairs.
Mr. Smith has acted as secretary of
the association for the past, year.
Treasurer R. A. Campbell will go to
Chicago later to attend ,the meeting of '
the' assocation.
Sopmrone LWSAdopt Constitution.
°phe soh its formally adopted the
new 'onsitution w*hich was drawn up
by the Student Council for the use of
all the classes in the university, at a
meeting held' Wednesday -afternoon. A
seargent-at-arms and an oratorical
delegate will be :elected by the 'class.
later In-the year. Treasurer Joseph
Welch appointed Guy Woolfolk, HI r-
old Schradzki2h, Walter' Cox, Maude
Mills and Sophia Koch as'deputy col-
lectors ofclss dues.

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Senior or Fresh?
The decision of the athletic board
which rules that the literary seniors
pursuing the combined lit-law shall be
considered as law freshmen in inter-
class sports; appears to be absurd,
whatever may have been the purity of
the motives which prompted such ac-
tion. In sympathies, interests, and ui-
versity residence these men are sen-
ior lits and any effort to legislate them
into a status denying their membership
in the senior lit class must be without
proper basis in theory. A fourth year
man, is a senior and should be rec-
o~nized as such. While the lit-laws
are happy to recognize their position
as members of the fresh law class in
most things, when affairs of the classes
come into conflict, they m~ust inevitably
choose the class with which they have
been for four years and with which(j
they expect to graduate. At the veryj.

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