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THE MICHI4N AL

DAILZ'

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THlE I1ICIIAN DAILY
Official Newspaper at the University
of Michigan.
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year.
Entered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan, under Act of Con-
gress of March 3, 1879.

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MANAGING EDITOIL
Walter K. Towers.
BUSINESS MANAGER
Albert R. Dilloy
.Editors.
News Editor. .... .. .Harry Z. 701:
Assistant ............ Frank Pennell
Athletic Editor.... Karl Matthews
Assistant .......... .G. C. Eldredge
FIiles .. ,........ Emmett Taylor
Music and Drama ... .Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Editorials.
Arthur B. Moehiman Frank E. Shaw
Edward G. Kemp Maurice Myers
Night Editors.
Maurice Toulms Mack Ryan
Wallace Weber 0. Harold Hippler
Loren Robinson Robert Gillett
Reporters.

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John Townley
Frank Murphy

Oscar Beckman
William Daugherty

tion, poker should now be relegated to
the garret with "Nellie Bly" and "Old
Maid." We are ready for it. The
game is here. Monte Carlo may well
look to her laurels, for our own fac-
ulty has entered the field,_ unhands-
capped by a "can't lose" reputation.
The highest form of gambling is now
offered in the university curriculum,'
under various names,-S. & R., CE la,
16, '2 and 3, ME, etc.
We would not seem to protest
against the official establishment of
the game within our walls.' We have
always counted ourselves among the
down-to-date progressive vanguard.
But it would ease our conscience won-.
derfully to have the patrons come in-
formed, as they go to San Marino. It
is brutalizing to our sensibilities to
see lambs led to the slaughter) The
situation demands a course in adver-
tising ethics, open to students by spe-
cial permission.
As to Also Ran's Proposal.
The pled of "An Also Ran" for the
institution of a speedier method of com
municating examination results found
in our breast a well of sympathy. The
laws will surely say "Hear! Hear!."
It does not seem to be. the intention of
the writer to criticise the keepers of
the' records. it is a big job to post thef
records and send notices to the
"conned." What is. desired is a dif-
ferent system, one that will obviate
long-continued worry.
The real difficulty in the matter is
devising a method satisfactory to all
parties in interest. It is highly
desirable to save the faculty the great
annoyance of personal inquiries. The
device proposed by our correspondent,
however, is objectionable from the
standpoint of business ethics. A'man's
class record is his own private buss-
ness until he chooses to make it pub-
lic. To many people a condition is a hu-
miliation akin to disgrace, and' they
are entitled to have it kept from the
curious public, to be spared any han-
dicap the advertisement might bring
them. As to the stimulative effect of
publicity, that is decidely "contrary to
the spirit of individual responsibility
and manhood which We earnestly fos-
ter. Each one of us is presumed to be
serious enough in his class work to
meet his obligations without being
prodded by third grade tactics. The.
writer must suggest another device.

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Morris Milligan Leonard M. Rieser
Lester F. Rosenbaum J. V. Sweeney
Hal C. Tallmadge H. Beach Carpenter
Morton R. Hunter Russell H. Neilson:
BUSINESS STAFF.
Assistant to Mgr. .. Joseph Fouchard
Advertising Mgr . Elmer P. Grierson
Circulation Mgr.;. . .>lE. Ray Johnson
A. R. Johnson, Jr. ... .Emerson Smth
Edgar L. Jaffa ..... W. T. Hollands
W.~ J. Wetterau. J. I. Lippincott'
Want Ad Stations.
Press Building; Quarry's Pharm-
acy, State and North Uni-
versity.
OFFICE HOURS: Managing Editor,
,1-3 p. in., 10:30-11 :30 p. 'in.; Bus-
iness Manager, 1-5 p. in..
Both Phones $40.
Subscription price: By carrier, $2.50;
By mail, $3.00.
OFFICES : Ann Arbor Preset Building,
Maynard Street.

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ressed 75c
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PRESSED 28.

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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1912.
Night Editor-Wallace. W'eber.
Signs of Progress
Persons who have been and seen, and
whose opinions are therefore entitled
to a measure of respect, habitually
affirm that "seeing the world" has an
educational value comparable to'
that of a university training.
They are, inclined to measure
the value of this kind of
experience by the quantity rather than
( t.ialit. T- uc~r.tu's n~
Jy1oi~ bt'k o d'~ scnMa
"'nyA isPi Q~' uoi'o0"11

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Gibberings of the Ensuing Term.
Yeh, but watch me work THIS se-
mester.e
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Oh I've got a pipe course now : All
,lectures;_ get me?
And I only needed seven more hours
to Lf'raYJuate t, .,o. Guess I"1a egoto .!Dc-
trr.an t tht"- coai' : .fi... n. o ! t?i.ng joL
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