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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE E11[ Mn iAN DAILY must we lose these men who have made
Mbichi~an great?" T'he answer is so
Official Newspaper at the University simple~ that the question looks foolish,
of Michigan.I However, if we state the fact so bald-
Published every morning except 'Mon- ly as co say that we cannot afford first
day throughout the school year. grade meni, the question is mote perti-
Entered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-1 nent than foolish. It is almost to be
{bor, Michigan, under Act of Con- wondered at that the administrati c.e
gress of March 3, 1879. oficev,; and regents do not become
wholly discouraged in their efforts to
hIAN4~It~ E~iTit~keep us where we rightfully belong, in
Vuier . owes.the front rank. This continuous draft
BUIES MANAtER upon our faculty by other :universities
Albert R. Diley seems destined to continue until the of-I
' ' Editors. ficers and people of the state wake up
1V ~ *,,,,, sarv7.Tint to find the former :pride of Michigan

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est Stock in the City

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]Desk Calendars, Elcelslor and Nallo
Diaries, 'ledger°s, J ou rrn al s, lla
Books of all kinds, Card Cabinets, Let
Files, Typewriter Ribbons and Suppl
Qifices Supp'les of all kinds
-every article and trice of it guaranteed.

1912
ries and Calendars

Hockey

Nevws Ai UALUL ........ tiarry G. r1'U1
Assistant . ,,... «....Frank Pennell a here second rater. God save us from
Athletic Editor..... .Karl Matthews that day!
Assistant .. ... .... G. C. Eldredge Ou abtIonn U)ih
Musi an Drma ...Erl . More We doubt not but that Dr. Kraenz-
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee1ln-waecoredSdymrig
Piles .... ,........Em ettTy o learn that the Thomas Orchestra hid
Editorials. ensge nrsos ohspe o
Arthur B. Moehlman Frank E. Shaw tracksiaer ialresanrst ourspaient
Edward G. Kemp Maurice Myers ptronskenjerldegustoroftenst-
Night Editors.ptosejydtehmro h i
Maurice Toulmo Mack Ryan uation as we could not. We can but
Loren Robinson Robert Gillett hope, and work, for the day when -we
Wallce Wber C. Hrol Riplercan have a plant of. our own and then
Wallce Wber C. Hrol Hiplerwhen the mechanical staff jumbles our
Reporters. first page we can at least have the sat-

3116 South State
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WAHR'S
Bookstores:

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IWe have the most complete
line of Hockey Sticks in the
city.

Main St.
Opp. Ct. Hou

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P4~((V.~t of QmA~. liity

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For Your Mch iganensian Portraixit
Why nott have Something
1 n l syThere is only one place to get it

Hockey Pucks
25c and 50c.

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L~ook our line over before
buying.

Sheehan's I
SSTUDE~NT'S BOOKSTORE

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ate Street

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Jiohn Townley Oscar Beekman
Prank Murphy William Daugherty
J.' Selig Yellen Fred B. Foulk
Hal C. Tallmadge H. Beach Carpenter
Morton R. Hunter James D'Evelin
Morris Milligan Leonard M. Rieser
Lester F. Rosenbaum J. V. Sweeney
BUSES STAFF.
Issistant to Mgr. . .Joseph Fouchard
advertising Mgr ... Elmer P. Grierson
N)rculation Mgr..E. Ray Johnson
3. R. Johnson, Jr..Emerson Smith
Edgar L. Jaffa ...... W. T. Holland 3
W. J. Wetterau. J. I. Lippincotti
Want Ad Stations.
Press Building; Quarry's Pharm-
acy, State and North Uni-
versity.
OFFICE HOUJRS: Managing Editor.
1-2 p. mn., 10:30-11:30 p. in.; Bus-'
iness Manager,, 1-6 p. in..
Both Phones 960.
Subscription price: By carrier, $2.60;
By mail. $300.
OFFICES: Ann Arbor Press Building.
Maynard Street.
TUESDAY, JANUARY' 16, 1912.
Night Editor-Wallace Weber.

men's tailoring. If they start
ontinue to dr-ess well, and that
thes made here; and when they
e will be responsible for their
s selected especially for young
rt stock; and the suits we design
lash and style to them, with a
aken for apparel produced with
I young gentlemen should affect.

'schbaum
rior" G. 2737 797 Woodward
'eas, Roses, Orchids
r seasonable flowers
3 for the Junuior Hop
5. FOR QUOTATIONS

isfaction of mnaking the guilty party
play, the goat by way of relieving our
feelings.
I Town Talk
With a glider more or less in oper-
ation it's about time to find out wheth-
er, it's "ay-viation" or "ah-viation."~
Don't 110) It. In.
Dear, Ed :-having read Sunday's ef-
fort I am moved to enquire, WhVy pub-
lish the Gargoyle when the Daily comes
out every day?"
"Crook."
Detroit Society is as yet unacquaint-
ed witty su.;h freak variations as the
Grizzly Bear and Turkey Trot, but is
willing to be shown, according to the
Detroit News. We advise' a trip to Ann
Arbor.
As we toddle along to press we no-
tice that our, own Dora Lean Jibbey is
engossed in a pile of cotresponde1nce,
so in 'anticipation of great thingson!
the. morrow wie close in the words of
the Daily Illini with the alr~onition-
Only Thirteen Tiny Days T.ill Xarns!
TO BEGIN WORKS ON 1913 OPE.'i
'seetinig Called Wednesday to discuss
Requirements of Neat PIa.y.
Active work on the 1913 Michigan
Union, opera will be started at the
clubhouse at 4:30 o'clock tomorrow
when general chairman Phillip
Fletcher will call a meeting
of men who intend to write
books and lyrics for next year's
show. Instructions concerning the
type of book and plot that will be need-
ed and directions about the time limit
will be explained to the writers.
"We-;will need a book that will ap-
peal to the general public next year,"
said Chairman Fletcher, "as the show
will undoubtedly be staged in Detroit.
To a certain degree local color must be
kept somewhat in the background."
Detroit. Divine Speaks to Women.
Dr. 3. A. Vance of the First Presby-
terian Church of Detroit will address,
the meeting at Newberry this afternoon
at 5 o'clock on, "What it is to be Sav-
ed?"'

WeDo French Dry and Steam Cleaning
PRLESSING and REPAIR ING .
Suits Cleared and Pressed 76o Suits Pressed 25
FULLER & O'CONNOR Tailors 619 E. William S'

Phone 961-.

319 E. Huron
".'resit of Qua!

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Opposite L.

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oclock today.

staff at 5I

Sold by I eadinx "taherda-hers

For Anythirg In ibe Line4
First Class Barber V1
Call at
Pad's Hcme Barber I
Sanitary and Vi-pto-Da
Best M orkru en Employ
We cater especially to student
In Basement Across from New York Club
Corner of STATE and HILL

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Grand Rapids, Mich.

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Filibert Both.
Notwithstanding we are slowly
becoming inured' to the, hard-
ship of losing the services of
men who have played an important
role in placing Michigan in the
front' rank of Amierican universi-
ties, it is impossible to read of the loss
of Filibert Roth without regret that
approaches almost to dismay.
Ours has come to be recognized as
one :of the best forestry schools in the
country, a distinction which is due pri-
marily to the able and scholarly direc-
tion of one who is conceded a place in
the select circle of America's leading
foresters. With a full realization of
our loss by Prof. Roth's resignation, it
is difficul t to be optimistic regarding
the future of our forestry department.
The situation impels us to ask, "'Why

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2 FOR 25 CENTS COARS
Made by EARL & WILSONCO AR
Patrone Daily Adertisrs

.On informa~tion to Division
tendent Allen, Ypsilanti, of thi
IUnited Lines, by officers of Va
organizations, the movement, be
capacity of the regular service
group of students to or from
bor, extra cars and extra servic
'ronrnpflv supplied.

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n., they are
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the best

Have you noticed,
the distinguished
appearance a perfect fitting Dress ;Suit gives one.
This is the only kind we make.
WAGNER & CO. Our fabrics are the newest..
State Street "

Shop BilliardParlor
East Liberty Street

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Just Received
A LAR ASSORTMENT' OF
GILBERT'S
FINE CAK% DIES
In halves and po'u.ds. Phone us
your wants.
VanDorcn's Pharmacy
703 Psekard StL

WA! ,KING ' LOO= -
-Best Chop Suey made ini Mich-
igin, no fak~e but Real Chine~se
Chop Suey._.

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Nair Dressing manicurirg
Electrical Face and Scalp
Treatments3
Full Line -I To'ier Preparations
- and Flair (loods. %
MLLE.' TAYLOR
! s9 E. Liberty 14591

Mrs. J1. R. TrojarioNAski
FASHIONABLE HAIRDE~SSER
Hair Goods, Hairdressing. Manicuring and
- Face Mas ~e
Rain water -liauipooing a~pecialty.
1110 south University Bell 696-W

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Buy your ALARM CLOCK

HAVE YOUR CLOTHES PRES;SED BY HAND,
HALL..BROTHERS 410OSOOT" STAT
Sis Dry Cleaned and Pressed 75¢ Overcoats Dry Cleam~d end Pi
iA.DIL (IARI~bNT ,OUR SUIl S PRESSI
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20" South 'Main Str-et'

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ire requested to come to the
nsian as we wish to show you

RANDALL

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