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THE MLCHIGAN DAIL?

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THE 1ICIHIAN DAILY
Official Newspaper at the University
of Michigan.
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year.
MANAGING EDITO.
Walter K. Towers.
BUSINESS MANAGER
Albert R. Dlley
Editors..
News Editor.......Harry Z. Folz
Assistant ............Frank Pennell
Athletic Editor ......F. E. Shaw, Jr.
Assistant...........G. C. Eldredge
Music and Drama . . . .Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Files ........ .. .Emmett Taylor
Editorials.
Arthur B. Moehlman Walle W. Merritt
Night Editors..
Maurice Toulme Ernest Burton
Loren Robinson Karl Matthews
Reporters.
John L. Cox .Oscar Beckman
C. Harold Hippler ....Robert Gillett
Wallace Weber William Daugherty
J. Selig Yellen.
BUSINESS STAFF.

town talk
Wals from the Wilderness.
In answer to a solicitation for a
Daily subscription.
"Nothing Doing! I don't want to get
home-sick for the campus every day.
"We didn't know Sheridan, Wyo., was
as bad as that. Thus it comes even to
the finest.
"I'll take the job assisting Meyer
Rubin if you'll let me come back," re-
ports Norm Hill, pausing from hi
grubbing in the mines of Haileybury,
Ont. Considering that Meyer is print-
er's devil emeritus, a mole's life must
disagree with our Norman.
Call the traffic squad! Maxim's
Models are coming to the Majestic.
"Red" Campbell, considerable Var-
sity pitcher, is again in our midst. He
reports a warm summer at Dallas,
Texas, but from the manner in which
he whiffed the natives with that quick
return stuff we suspect he was in a
measure responsible for said hot spell.
We refrain from suggesting that
"Red's" top piece had anything to do
with it.
Who knows but that our old sub-

and Students' Supplies for all departments. Tocns of
Second Hand Books Cheap
Driwing nst r urments e.n~d
Engineers' Supplies
All the best makes of instruments, price $10 to $25
Many good second hand sets at - - $3 to $15
Every set Guaranteed.
Fou nta in Pens
All the leading makes including Waterman Ideal,
Conklin's Self-filling, and "Wahr's Special," the best
$z.00 pen on earth.
Loose Leaf Note Books, Shop Tools,
Lab. Supplies, Etc., Etc.
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OFFICES: Ann Arbor Press Building,
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OFFICE HOURS: Managing Editor,
1-2 p.,in., 10:30-11:30 p. in.; Bus-
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Both Phones 960.
Subscription price: By carrier, $2.50;
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1911.
Be Tolerant.
Have you sneered with the rest
at the man in your class who
seems unique? Look at him
again and again and then laugh,
if you must, alone. For pos-
sibly beneath the blue flannel shirt
with the bright red tie, and the bat-
tered hat,with a wandering lock stick-
ing through the hole at the top, there
lurks the spark of genius. Perhaps
the waywardness of the clothes and
the queerness of the man hides a real.
individuality. There is a possibility
that before-many years the shirt will
be gray, the tie blue, the hat whole,
and the hair cut, and the man a leader
and a thinker. And strange as it may
seem, leaders and thinkers are what a
university wants.
The thing has happened before. Why
not again? Laugh with the rest if
you can, four years hence. It does'n't.
pay now.
Detroiters Entertain Yost.
Coach Yost attended the luncheon of
the Detroit University of Michigan
Alumni association in Detroit yester-
day. The coach was the guest of
honor.

try yesterday. Fred took one of De-
troits bad boys to Lansing. Sic 'em
Fred.
UNION CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE
MEN SHOULD REPORT AT ONCE.
All members of the Union campaign
committees 'are requested to report to
their sub-chairman at once. At the
meeting last night there was only a
partial attendance..
The receipts which the committee-
men have been giving to the students
whose membership they have taken
are coming in very slowly. Any stu-
dents who have these should exchange
them at once for membership cards,
for the receipts do not entitle the
holders to the privileges of the club-
house.
Mandolin Club to Hold Try-Outs.
Leader Roscoe Gage, of the Mando-
lin club, is busying himself in the
formation of that organization, the
personnel of which will not be deter-
mined until after the opening try-outs,
to be held next Tuesday night in the
north wing of U. Hall. Due to last
year's ranks being depleted through
graduation, there will be 13.places to
fill out of 22. The try-outs will be for
violins, cellos, mandolas, mando'-cel-
los, in addition to the usual mandolins
and guitars. This year the club will
make an extensive trip into the south
and west.
CANAL ENGINEER SPEAKS HERE.
C. M. Saville, of Panama Division,
Lectures Tonight.

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As the opening lecture of the En-
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Saville, engineer in charge of the
third division of the Panama Canal,
will speak tonight on "Some Problems
of the Panama Canal."
Mr. Saville is in the states on a
short business trip Defore returning
toy Panama, where he has been located
for several years. The lecture will be
given in room 348, new engineering
building, and will commence at 7:30.
It will be open to all interested.

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Engineering Overalls and
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Operating Coats and Aprons
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