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1IICIGAN DAILY, much Varsity material is never brough:t

Officiai Newspaper at the university
of Michigan.1
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year.
Entered at the Post Offilce at Ann Ar-

I

bor, Michigan, under Act
gress of March 3, 1879.#

of Con-1

and Calendars
lockey
ethe most complete
[ockey Sticks in the
sekey Pucks
'Seand 5Oc
ur line over before
buying.
3ehan's
NT'.S BOOKSTORE
Rent 1A
,ILL ;
Street

Waiter K. Towers.
BUSINESS MANAG~ER.
AlbertIR. IWilley
Editors.
!Neaws Editor ....Harry Z. Fo72
Assistant........... Frank Pennel I
Athletic Editor....... Karl Mattheifs
Assistant ...........G. C. Eldredge
Music and Drama .... Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Files ............. Emmett :Taylor
Editorials.
Arthur B. Moehiman Frank~ E. Shaw
Edward G. Kemp Maurice Myers
Night Editors.
Maurice Toulme Mack Ryan
Loren Robinson Robert Gillett
Wallace Weber C. Harold Hippler

to light.
If class relays are to be run in the
future instead of being decided] by for-
feiture as in the past; If, the ordinary
athlete is to be encouraged by the ad-
vancement of a hope that through his
efforts he may win_ a numeral, cr have
his name engraved on the r"elay shic'J;
if undiscovered track possibilities a rn
to be discovered; the barring of ".A"
imen from class track activities should
be effected.
SOCIALIST DO-OR OF BOOBS
HOPES FOR APIIECIATION.
Joseph Labadie of Detroit, wvho re-
gently presented the university with a
good-sized library of books upon so-
cialistic subjects has written the re-
gents thanking them for their accept-
ance -of the gift.
In closing he expresses a hope that
those students' and faculty who per-
use his collection, and get Qfrom it
any satisfaction and pleasure,' may
think once in a while of the man who
gave the books. That he is interest-
ed in having his books read by the
students is manifest in this paragraph:
"If any of this literature will in the
slightest degree clear the student's
mind of the vulgar and ignorant no-
tions now and hereafter prevalent rel-
ative to anarchism, it will be worth all
it has cost in effort and money."

Best Stockln the City
Desk Calendars, Eicelsior and]r
cDiaries, Ledgers, Journals,
Books of all kinds, Card Cabinet
Files, Typewriter Ribbons and E
Offices Sup p lies of all kinds
-every article and price of it guaranteed.

I1 Office

Si

316 South State
Street

WAHR'S
Bookstores

Pou-tra'it ofQumatie y

j Dt

For 'Your Mb chfganensian Pcrtrae.
Why not have Something
Eoxclusive.anidClassy
There is only one place to get it

Reporter
John Townley

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Oscar' Beckman

Frank Murphy William Daugherty
3. Selig Yellen Fred B. Foulk
Hal C. Tallmadge H. Beach Carpenter
Morton R. Hunter James D'Eveln
Morris Milligan Leonard M. Rieser
Lester F. Rosenbaumn 3. V. Sweeney
BUSINESS STAFF.'
Ussistant to Mgr. _. .Joseph Fouchard
Advertising Mgr ... Elmer P. Glriersoti
'^irculation Mgr.... .E. Ray Johnson
A. R. Johnson, Jr. =.. .. Emerson Smith
Edgar L. Jaffa ...... W. T. Hollands3
W. 3. Wetterau. 3. I. Lippincott'
Want Ad Stations.
Press. Building; Quarry's Pharm-
acy, State and North Uii
Versity.
OFFICE HOURS: Managing Editor.
1-2 p. in., 10:30-11:30 p. ml.; Bus-
Ines Manager, 1-5 p. m..
Both Phones Al0
Subscription price: By carrier, $2.50.
By mail. 33.00.'
OFFICES: Ann Arbor Press Building
Maynard: Street.-

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AIN STREE cS
)ace for your

the Students
or 60 cents_ per

25 cts.

he Old (Place
3 1 12 South State
Everything New I
'ROI'T UNITED LINES
veer. Detract, Ann Arbor and

SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1912.
Night Editor-Rack Ryan.
Class Track Disinterest.
Firm and set rules keep "M" men out
of class football and baseball. A mat-
ter of a few weeks, and track activities,
both small and large, will- be -answer-
ing the curtain 'call. It is apropos, we.
take it, to inquire why similar firm andi
set rules do not keep "M"' track ,E'l
out of class track activities.
By class' track activities, in this
sense, we mean the class relays. In
these events, letter men have always
been permitted to compete. Conse-
quently, if any class has more "M '
sprinters than any one of its, contenm
porartes, the championship is practi-
cally decided "before the season has
ever opened. With the competition
thus prematurely removed, those ath-
letes who regard themselves as ordi-
nary only, find little incentive to make
that preparation which might remove
them from the ordinary. For this rea-
son it is reasonable to believe that

D~ean Cooley to Return Tomorrow.
Dean. Mortimer E. Cooley, who has
been in Washington, D. C., the past
week, will return tomorrow.
UNSTITUTES NEW METHOD OF
FLECTING PI BETA KAPPAS
ITHACA, N. Y., Jan. 2p.--To secure
greater accuracy and uniformity In the
Phi Beta Kappa elections, the local
chapter *at, Cornell has instituted a
modified 'form of election. Juniors:
seniors and graduate students in the
department of Arts and Sciences whose
work has been along literary lines, ar41
who have given promise of, ability'to
do independent wvork, are "eligible for
membership. An annual as well as a
general average of over 80 is neces-
sary for ,consideration by thte society
A list of all such students is sent by
the registrar of the society to all the
faculty members with the request that
he mark, the names with a letter as
"a," "b,~ or "c," thus giving his opin-
ion as to the class the, candidate be-
longs in, with reference to the stu-
dents intellectual ability only.
The president of the chapter then
has this data tabulated bSr two inde-
pendently working members, who pre-
sent it to the society.
M4erch ant Hears from' Bogus Check.
After the depredation on his till
made by the bogus check cashed some
days ago, the proprietor of a State
street book store was agreeably sur-
prised' to find in his mail, three days
later, a five dollar bill and three ones.
the exact amount of the forgery. In
explanation of this unusual turn of af-
fairs, an appended note gave the book-
man to understand that the forgery
was a sad error, perpetrated by one
who was fundless and who had used
the writer's name as a convenience.
The. letter 'was' postmarked Ann Arbor,
and the writer 'Intimated that his
knowledge of the entire matter camne
to him only through the item -in the
Daily.

Phone 861-L

Fle.tilra~. mPow-tra dt"

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We Do French Dary and Steam Clea
PRESSING X NI-d REPA.IR
Suits Cleaned and Pressed 7oSu
FULLER & O'CONNOR Tailors 619 E.
Shoe Sale
Fello0ws!l Our st( ck of Fall ai dV
is niveci ohlage. We R
it over half this month and .o haven iacre a bige
pair of shoes including new styles just in. Ycu 1114
'weed money.. Get bu -y.
ALLMAND & FORSYTH
215 SolxttbMa"In Street

HARRY LENOX,

319 E.1

S6Ls
Ell

afayette Ave. Defr4
Scotch, l rgI.sh, and Irislo Woolens for Ove
and Suits. The stock is complete in eve: r,
lisp Styles Dre.

,nd 10:13 a.m., 12:13.
8:13 p.m.
40, 9:46, and 11:46
5:46 p.m.; Lansing-

ast Bound-To Detroit, 5:45 a.m.
and every two hours to 10:4:
'psilanti, 5:45 a.m. and half-hour-
op.m.; also 12:15, 12:30 and
To Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Nest Sound-5:33 and 7:15 a.m.
wo hours to 11 :15 p.m.

Talk about
the day's
events

Two

Brng te icianeDilst

door for the rest of the school y
Only 50- cents .more out of

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ow yu. TI es efore
e limit ini which to
s taken has been
,b. r, there is plenty
e for a sitting and
i this finest of Det-

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medum we'ghts WA G N ER& CO.
STATE STREET
Thwo Piece-
Light" Colors 'Suits'
For .Early'S prizs,$Wea r $25.00

ton Studio00.
WATSON
Detroit, Mich.

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Academy of Dancing

Waltz

Two-Step

For particulars call at Academy or
ours 10-12 A. M., 2-4?F. M

Just Received
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
GILBERT'S
FINE CAD'DIES
In halves and pou.4s. Phone no
your wants.
VanDoren's Pharmacy
703 Paecard SL.

For Anything in the line of.
First Class Barber Work
Call at
rad's Home Barber Sho
Sanitary and Up-to-Date
BestVN orkmen Employed
We cater especially to student trade
In Basement Across from New York Club
Corner of STATE and HILL STREET

Hair Dressing,Dlancurilg,bectflcal Mrs. J. R.
Face, and Scalp Treatments. P ASHIONABI
,MARCEL WAVE A SPECIALTY Hair Goods, Halyr
Full Line of Toilet Preparations Face
end hair (foods Rain water ghat
!MLLE. TAYLOR 1114 South univcr.
119 E. Liberty 1tt59-.
HAVE YOUR CLOTHES PRESSED BY1
HALL BROTH ERS 410
Suits .Dry Cleaned and Pressedt 75C Overcoats Dry Clear
LADIES hA RMENT-.OUR SUIT
SPECIALTY. TRY US OVEI

5 and 7 Passenger Cars
Prices Reasonable-
HOMElBPHONEh 452-Black
West Huron Street

I

i, are requested to come to the
!anensien as we wish to show you
,ke best results for the purpose.

IRANDALL & PACOK

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