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Official Newspaper at the University
Published every morning except Mon-
day througl ut the school year.
Entered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan, under Act of Con-
gress of March 3, 1879.
Walter S. Towers.
Albert F. Dilley
News Editor ........Harry Z. Fols
Athletic Editor........Karl Matthews
Assistant.............G. C. Eldredge
Files. ................Emmett Taylor
Music and Drama ....Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Arthur B. Moehlman Frank E. Shaw
Edward G. Kemp Maurice Myers
Maurice Toulme Mack Ryan
Wallace Weber C. Harold Hippler
Loren Robinson Robert Gillett
John Townley Oscar Beckman
Frank Murphy William Daugherty
J. Selig Yellen Fred B. Foulk
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Lester F. Rosenbaum J. V. Sweeney
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Morton R. Hunter Russell H. Neilson
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1912
Night Editor-Robert M.. Gillett.
Important meeting of the Business
Staff today at 5 p. m.
psasant to placate a laggard who be-
comes indignant at the discovery that
he has not procrastinated with impun-
ity than to say him nay. The Michi-
ganensian now has an opportunity to
make a rule that will be workable for
all time. It it is not enforced this year
it means that it never will be enforced
or the present authorities will shoul-
der the unpleasant task onto their
successors with the additional burden
of failure to overcome.
Neither is it fair to the organizations
which made efforts and sacrifices and
raised the money that was due on
February first to allow those who did
not make the effort and did not raise
the money to profit by their, procras-
tination. Many of the organizations
did not have the money at hand to pay
for their pages when February first
came. Most of them made efforts and
raised the money. Those who did not
had notice of the limit and if they
chose to regard it as a "bluff" and
rest easy in the belief that they were
big enough to call the "bluff" they
should suffer the consequences.
That a class should suffer because
its officers failed to act is unfortunate.
It is however a necessary evil of every
organization that it shall be bound by
the acts of those whom the members
choose to represent them.
TO PRESENT "THE HONEYMOON."
Orators Select Old English Play For
After delaying the choice for some
time, the Oratorical Association has
selected John Tobin's "The Honey-
moon" as the drama to be presented at
its annual attempt in the realm of his-
trionic art. "The Ioneymoon" is an
old English comedywritten about 1800,
sparkling with humor, and is perhaps
the most widely known and widely
read of Tobin's works. An interest-
ing fact about the play is that it was
presented three years ago by the fac-
ulty club of the University of Illinois
and at that time received widespread
attention throughout the professional
The parts have already been assign-
ed, but the management refuses to
make public the names of the success-
ful Thespians until the reports for the
last semester have been received. At
present those who have been assigned
roles are learning their respective
parts, and actual rehearsals will begin
next week. The play is expected to be
in shape so that it will be produced on
the 26th of March, and Pof. Hollister
has charge of the rehearsals.
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The Board in Control of Student
Publications and the officials of the
Michiganensian cannot be too strongly
commended for the stand they have
taken in the enforcement of their rul-
ing that organizations which do not
pay for their space at a certain date
are not to have space in the Michigan-
ensian. We would urge upon them the
necessity of adhering to their ruling
strictly and without exception.
In years past rules have been made
and limits fixed. They were not en-
forced and those who chose to procras-
tinate did so with impunity. If the
rule is not enforced this year no rule
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task to install a necessary and useful
innovation. It is easy to let down the
bars and accept the money. It is more
Council Inaugurates New President.
Captain Inman Sealby bid a farewell
"ye-ho" last night to his ship-mates on
the Student Council at a get-to-gether
held at the Union, closing his term as
president of the organization in favor
of Arthur Davenport, '12 L. Short
speeches by the retiring and by the
incoming president followed an in-
Steam "Lab" to Have New Turbine.
Mr. J. H. Stevenson, of the engineer-
ing shops has just completed a new
steam turbine for the mechanical en-
gineering laboratories. The turbine'
was designed by Mr. G. E. Wallis and
Prof. J. Emswiller, and will be used
to test critical speeds. It is expected
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