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T1-1 I' MICIII
{THlE ' CI(tIGAN 'D'AILY
V)ficiad Newspaper at the university
" ~of ihiga.
Published every morning except Mn-
day throughout the school year.
Entered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-
bar, Michigan, under 'Act of Con-
gress of March 3, 1879..
Walter K.-Towers.
BUSINESS MANAGER
Albert R 6I1iley
Editors.
News. Editor........Harry Z.'Fl
Assistant .. ........ Frank ennell
Athletic Editor ....... Karl Mathew
Assistant ,........G. . Eldredge
Music and Drama. .. .Ear' V. Moore
[ntercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Files .. ,............ Emmett Taylor
Editorials.
Arthur B. Moehiman Frank R.-Shaw
Edward G. Kemp Maurice Myers
Might Editors.
Maurice ToulmeoBMack Ryan
Loren Robinson, Robert Gilett
Wallace Weber C. Harold Hipp Ir
Reporters.
John Townley Oscar Beckman
Frank Murphy William Daugherty
J. Selig Yelen Fred B. Foulk
Hal C. Tallmadge H. Beach Carpenter
Mrton R. Hunter James D'Evein
Morris Milligan Leonard M. Rieser
Laster F. Rosenbaum J. V. Sweeney
BUSINESS STAFF.
Assistant to Mgr. . Joseph ouhard
Advertising Mgr , . Elmer P. Grerson
'irculation Mgr.E. Ray' Johnson
A. R.' Johnson, Jr... ..Emerson Smith
Edgar L. Jaffa ..... W. T. Hollands
W. J. Wettera%. J. I. Lippincott.
Want Ad Stations.
Press Building; Quarry's Pharm-
acy, State and North Uni-
vrsity.
OFFICE HOURS: Managing Editor
1-2 p.i., 10:30-11:36, p .;n.Bus-
iness Manager 1-6 p. im..
Both Phones "LO
Subseription price: By carrier, .$2.50;
By mal. $3.00.
OFFICES: Ann Arbor Press Building.
Maynard Street.
'WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1912.
Night Editor-C. Harold ippler.
Lurn Tu Spel.
Everibodi hun has difkulti with hz
speling, and enibodi else hu iz
qrlus abowt the matr, shud
egzamin and kar awa wun
uv the surglurs now ofurd fre
gratis for nuthing in the Reistrar's
otis. Tha ar the publikashuns uv th
Simplifyd Speling Bored, and wu '
sent to Profsr Medr for jeneral dis-
tribyushn., These surgurs wil teeh'
yu in siks eze lesnz how tu spel yur
name so that nobodi can reed it blt
yurself. If yu ar a fers spelr, turn
simplifyd, speling and nobodi wil evr
no whethr yu can spel or not. That's
hwat Chawsur did, and Chawsur be-
lkarne a grate rtr..
It is sed that simplifyd spelrz ar
nevr condishnd in yunversiti korsez
bekawz'the °profesr, hen he pikz up
wan uv thare exzaminashn paperz,
thinks it is ritn in sum langwij he has
nevr lurnd, and hens he pasez it with-

Owt kweschun.
Sun peepl sa that wurdz speld in
this mewtilated fashn make them laf,
but hwat uv that? The ritr hu can
make tu lafs gro hware onli wun gru
before, iz a publik benefaktor. Mis-
spel and the world lafs wvith yu, spel
a nd yu laf alone. Simplifyd speling
iznt prity, but it soots us. Az soon az
owrn nu simplifyd speling linotipe is in-
stawld in the Daily ofis, we sheal yuze
no uthr brand. uv speling. Tharez a
reezn.
y,
A Nebraska Game.
The enthusiastic interest which
prompted the Alumni Association of
Missouri Valley to formally petition
Dir ector Bartelme for a 1912 Nebras-
ka game is worthy of consideration.
It demonstrates again the fact that
Michigan spirit only begins In Ann
Arbor.
If a satisfactory date preceding the
Cornell and Pennsylvania gamnes can
be agreed upon, Nebraska will no
doubt be included in our schedule. It
would be a splendid contest. But
as a post-season exhibition with a team
reduced to battle-scarred cripples who
have survived four successive ensuing
intersectional contests, a game with
Nebraska can only be the anti-climax
of an otherwise well-balanced sched-
u~le. And such a sacrifice we do not
believe alumni intend to demand.

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Why pay 50 or 60 cents per
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.1ust gio to WAUIR'S and purchase a dozen or so of their
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They keep all sizes and kinds-cords of them-a "forward-pass
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Portreatt eJ Q% itliy it.
Why not have. Something

Hlaving just finished the task of
placating Dora Lean because the bus-
iness staff has usurped her position
on the back page for a vulgar display
of hosiery, Ye Ed is in no mood for
his gambols in the field of near wit.
World's Greatest Sporting Experts.
THE MARQUIS OF QUEENSBUJRY.
THE DUKE DE MIXTUR~E.
THE COUNT KILLARNEY.
What a subject for a barber clinic
the Flonzaley first violinist would
ake!
Oscar, Hence With the Rapier!
An improper fraction: a whole gown
over half a figure.
All the sponging on the campus
isn't done by the cleaner and presser.
A Strike!
Dear Ed:--If you are going to use
this "simplifyd speling" I quit.
"THE LINOTIPE MAN."
SHARESPEAREAN READERS
WILL GIVE SECOND RECITAL
Professor T1rueblood's class in
Shak~espearean Reading will give its
second. dramatic recital of the semes-
ter in Sarah Caswell Angell hall on
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. The
class will' present "The Merchant of
Venice"' and each scene will show a
different cast of readers, thus insur-
ing an even division of the work and
giving the audience a chance to see
the various interpretations accorded
to the characters. No admission ' will
be charged.
Dental Society Mieeting Postponed.
Thle Senior Dental Society will not
meet this evening as scheduled, on ac-
count of the absence of faculty rm
who left Monday night for Chicago.
The meeting has been postponed until
one week from tonight.

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