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January 25, 1912 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-01-25

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IPublished every morning except Mon- j
day throughout the school year.
Entered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan, under Act of Con-
gress of March 3, 1879.
MANAGING EDI'TOR --
Walter K. Towers.
BUSINESS MANAGER
Albert R. Dhiley
Editors.
News Editor........Harry Z. Fols
Assistant ............Frank Pennell
Athletic Editor......Karl Matthews
Assistant...........G. C. Eldredge
Nvlusic and Drama ....Earl V. Moore
intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee

Student Council of the University of
Michigan assembles in secret conclave.
The Council, unfortunately enough,
seems to wield little influence and less
authority. No one can be expected to
take a very lively interest in the de-
liberations of a body which smothers
its discussions behind closed doors.
If the Student Council is doing any- Th
thing that is worth while, it would add "sm
vastly to its prestige and influence if
it would allow the university public E
to attend to deliberations. If it is not
do'ng anything, it might interest the
student body to learn of the fact. for
There are times when secrecy may
be necessary in the consideration of
certain confidential communications.
Secret sessions are ordered by all de: '
liberative bodies to meet such situa-
tions. An occasional emergency is no
reason for a general rule of invariable
application. Ports
Let the Student Concil come out in-
to the light.
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DR. A. S. WARTHIN LEAVES TO
DELIVER HYGIENIC LECTURES

:lust go to WAHR'S and

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Wahr's Spec
$1 00, the best pen value in

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Frank E. Shaw
Maurice Myers

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Gillett
Hippler

Dr. A. S. Warthin, of the medical
scar Beckman department, left yesterday afternoon
am Daugherty for the northern part of the state
Fred B. Foulk where he will deliver five lectures on
ach Carpenter the university extension course. He
ames D'Evelin will speak before the Calumet high
card M. Rieser school, January 27; at Dollar Bay, Jan-
J. V. Sweeney uary 27; Calumet Y. M. C. A., January
AFF. 28; Hancock high school, January 29;
eph Fouchard and Houghton high school, January 29.
er P. Grierson The subject for these lectures is "Sex-
Ray Johnson ual Hygiene." Dr. Warthin will re:
)merson Smith turn the first of next week.
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Medical Club Hears Detroit Speaker.' w
The Ann Arbor Medical club, com- 3
posed mostly of professors of the Suits Cleane
medical department. met last evening F ULLE
at the Alpha Kappa Kappa fraternity
house. The principal speaker was
Dr. Max Ballin, of Detroit, who lec-
tured on "Foerster's Operation," the
resection of posterior roots for spas- C A L
tic conditions. ___

Managing Editor,
1:30 p. m.; Bus-
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THURSDAY, JA
Night Editor--H.

.NUARY 25, 1912.
Beach Carpenter.

Our Secret Solons.
The action which the Student Coun-1
oil took on the petition for a refer-
endure, and the manner of consider-
ation, again brings forth a method of
procedure used by our university de-
.iberative body which we believe to be
open to serious criticism. The Coun-
cil may have been justified in tabling
the resolution. The Council may have
acted in opposition to the wishes and
beliefs of the student body in so doing.
No one can tell because none but Coun-
cilmen attended the deliberations. The
reasons and considerations which lay
behind the decision should be made
clear. Those who are interested should
>e allowed to attend the discussion.
The United States Senate, and other#
bodies considering matters of rela-
ively slight importance, meet in pub-
lic so that the democracy they rep-
-esent may know what they are doing
how they are doing it, and why. The

Course 2a in Roman Art, announced
13r the second semester, is to be with-
drawn, its place being taken by course
4 in Fine Arts, on Roman and Medi-
eval art, offered by Professor Herbert
it. Cross. In place of course 2a, Prof.
F. W. Kelsey will give course 2b on
the monumental history of the city of
Rome.
Lit Social Club Dance is Postponed.
The Lit Social club dance scheduled
for February ,5 has been postponed
until February 19, on account of ex-
aminations.
WATCH FOR THE BIG BLUE EXTRA
The Michigan Daily offers another
extra on the Saturday morning fol-
lowing the Junior Hop. The edition will
be printed on heavy blue paper, and
there will be but a limited number
published. . This paper will contain a
detailed story of the hop, a complete
'-P- list. "s well nq a number of at-
tractive cuts and literary features.
tue regular subscribers will not get
copies. Order your copies now if you
want to be assured of getting the see.
ond big extra of the year for that
scrap book. And there's the girl! If
she could not come at least let her
know about it.
On sale everywhere, Saturday, Feb-
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