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January 19, 1912 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-01-19

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N DAILY

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H1IGAN DAILY

'IL

Official Newspaper at the University
of Michigan.
Published every morning except Moni-
day throughout the school year.
Entered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan, under Act of Con-
gress of March 3, 1879.
MALNAGINGED ITORL.
Walter E. Towers.
BUSINESS MANAGER,
Albert IL. Dilley
Editors.
News Editor.......Harry Z. Folz
Assistant ........Franik Pennell
Athletic Editor ......~.. K~arl Matthews
Assistant........... G. C. Eldredge
Music and Drama .. .. Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Files ......... metTaylor

tion should be approved by either fac-
ulty or students.
That the roller towel is dangerous
is generally admittted and it seems,
too bad that an action of this nature
should be approved, when a full
knowledge of conditions is at hand.
Rather no towels than the obnoxious
roller variety.
UI

Best S1
S Desk Calendars,
Diaries, 1edgers
l Books of all kind
Files, Typewrites
Offices Supplies

town Calk

IG. Kemp
Night
e Toulme

the

an Frank E. Shaw
Maurice Myers
Editors.
Mack Ryanj
Robert Gillett
C. Harold Hippler

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ILester

Townley Oscar Beckman
SMurphy William Daugherty
Ig Yellen Fred B. Foulk
'Tallmadge H. Beach Carpenter
n R. Hunter James D'Evelin
s Milligan Leonard M. Rieser
r F. Roeenbaum J. V. Sweeney
BUSINESS STAFF.
ant to Mgr. . .Joseph Fou~chard
tsing Mgr .. .Elmer P. Grierson
laton Mgr.. . ..E. Ray Johnson
Johnson, Jr.....Emerson Smith
r . Jaffa ...... W. T. Holland 3
Wetterau. J. I. Lippincott

Want Ad Stations.
S Press Building; Quarry's Pharm-
acy, Stato and North Uni-
versity.
OFFICE HOURS: Managing Editor,
1-2 p. in., 10:30-11 :30 p. in.; Bus-
mness Manager, 1-5 p. mn..
Both Phonesl 960.
Subscription price: By carrier, $2.60;

W1hy work when you can cash checks
on State street?
Phone 40i.
Dear Ed: -Who is this "Mr.l~f Joseph
Parker" who catered for the '11 engi-
neers?" It sounds familiar but I can't
quite place him.
"Pic"
Many of our best known citizens sat
down hard yesterday.
Mr. John Frost, the renowned land-
scape artist and, exterior decorator,
appeared hereabouts yesterday a. m.
His work on the alumni monument at-
tracted much favorable praise.
"Fill the Gallery."
Dear Ed:-Can't you entice a titter
out of a gentleman by the name of
Phil H. Callery appearing on the So-
cialist Lecture Course?
"Butch."
Blessed be the man who salts his
sidewalks!
ADVISES CONCENTRATION ON
ONE LINE OF COLLGE WORK
Dean Bates in Union Address Says
Scholastic Application Best
Dei elops Abilities. .
That men with strength of wlll,power
of concentration, will rule, more con-
clusively than ever before, in the com-
ing generation, was the gist of Dean
Bates~' talk at the Michigan Union
membership dinner last night. This
ability, the speaker brought out, could
probably best be developed in under-;
graduate life by severe scholastic ap-
plication. At- least it can best be at-
tained by concentration in one line of
work.
"The benefit derived is not from
overloading the mind with a mass of
details, but from the training and ex-
ercise that is afforde~d the brain in
mastering them. Diversity in college
activities, added to the already .com-
plex life in a university, is not likely
to give the student the best training
for his future work."
Captain Sealby introduced Toast-
master Werner Allison, and Edward
Kemp and Leslie Butterfield furnished
the musical part of the program with
two solos. Chester Fordney acted as
freshman toastmaster.
PROF. SCOTT ENTERTAINS
WELL1 KNOWNW JOURNALIST.
Professor F. N. Scott of the Rhetoric
department will entertain his class in
journalism and a few others this even-
ing at 8 o'clock at his home, at which
time Frank I. Cobb, chief editorial
writer of the New York World, will
give an informal talk. Mr. Cobb is at-
tending a meeting of newspaper men
at Detroit and it was hoped that he
might deliver a public lecture in Ann
Arbor but a satisfactory date could not
be arranged.

316 South 'State
Sire et

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Portr-ait of Qiwality
Fror Youir Michim
Why not h
Exclusive

Phone 961-L
Pte.trmqzm Po.-tr jt

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ISuits Cleaned and Pre
FULLER 4&

CEO:

Building

Fellows!I O
it over half this month and
pair of shoes including nxw st
need money. Get bury.
ALLMAN]D
215s 80tl

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1912.
Niguht Editor-R1obert I Gillett.

Fiji,

SO®N
iiilon
strip

Roller Towels for Laws. }
Soine time ago we printed an edito-
rial anent the filthy and germ laden
roller towel. The committee on sani-
tation took up the matter and we have
been pleased to notice a change in
ma~ny of the wash rooms. The literary
department's buildings, where condi-
tions were at their worst, have been
much improved by the installation of
sanitary towels. But, in the law de-
partmnent the authorities seem to care
little about cleanliness or sanitation.
Since The Daily brought the condition
of things before the public there have
been installed in this department,
wi.here they never existed before, roller
towels. The ability of the people in
;harge to do as they liked has never

HARRY
56 Loafayette
Scotch, Erngil
and Suits.7

IEnglish Styic
Money for the Student
Why pay 50 or 60 cents pi
hour when you can play
BILLIARDS AND POOL FOR 25 ct
per hour at

ye.
,and1

to

1.

Try Old PlaceI
312 South Sitt
Everything _New

but it hardly seems

any gret extentL4
as if this last ac-

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enlty
and

Medhimwefights WAGNER & CO.
ran STATE STREET
Light Colors Two Piece
For Early S prnms Wems r S~$2500

tudloI
troit, Mich.
of band]ng

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IItz Two-Step
rticulars call at Academy o
5 and 7 Passenger Cars
Prices Reasonable~
PHONE 452-BlackI
t Huron Street

Just Received
A LARGE ASSORItMENT OF
GILBERT'S
FINE CANDIES
In halves and pounds. Phone us
youm wants.
VanDo rcu's Pharmacy
703 Packard St.

For Anything In the Line of
First Class Bar~ber Works
Cell at
Pad's Home Barber Shop
Satnitary and Up.to-Date
Best % orkmen Employed
We cater especially to student trade
In Basement Across from Now York Club
Corner of STATE and HILL STREET

Hair Dressing, ?Manicuring, Elecaical
Face and Scalp Treatments
MARCEL WAVEl A SP~ECIALTY
Full Line of Toilet Preparations
and Hair Goods

Ra

MILE!. TAYLOR
119 E. Liberty

4. 59

HIAVE YOUR CLOTHES
HALL BROTH1ER
Suits Dry Cleaned and Pressed 750K
LADIES GARMENTS OUR
.PECIALTY. TRY US

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requested to come to the
3n as we wish to show you

R ANDAL)

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