THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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TILE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official Newspaper at the University
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year.
Walter K. Towers.
Albert R. Dilley
News Editor .. ...Harry Z. Foiz
Assistant .........Frank Pennell
Athletic Editor.....F. E. Shaw, Jr.
Assistant .... ....G. C. Eldredge
Music and Drama ....Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Files ......... . Emmett Taylor
Arthur B. Moehlman Walle W. Merritt
Maurice Toulme Ernest Burton
Loren Robinson Karl Matthews
John L. Cox Oscar Beckman
C. Harold Hippler ....Robert Gillett
Wallace Weber William Daugherty
J. Selig Yellen:..
Assistant to Mgr. .. Joseph Fouchard
Advertising Mgr ... Elmer P. Grierson
Circulation Mgr.....E. Ray Johnson
C. H. Kleinstuck A. R. Johnson, Jr.
OFFICES: Ann Arbor Press Building,
OFFICE HOURS: Managing Editor,
1-2 p. m., 10:30-11:30 p. m.; Bus-
ness Manager, 1-5 p. m..
Both Phones 960.
Subscription price: By carrier, $2.50;
By mail, $3.00.
Want Ad Stations.
Press Building; Quarry's Pharm-
acy, State and North Uni-
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1911.
Night Editor-Ernest R. Burton.
Candidates for the Editorial Staff
meet in the office today at 12:45.
)ietzgen Instruments, Draw-
Cases for DTawing Boards,
It will try hard to be better as it is
bigger, conscious that quantity with-
out quality is valueless.
The Students' Newspaper.'
The Michigan Daily is published by
the students of the university,for the
students of the university, and every
position on the staff is open to the
competition of any student. The Dai-
ly can succeed, perform its function
as a university organ, and bring credit
to the university only by the co-oper-
ation of the entire student body.
Those who possess journalistic aspira-
tions, whether coupled with experi-
ence or not, will be made welcome in
the Daily office and will be given ev-
ery possible opportunity to develop
their ability. Appointments to the
staff are made after competitive trials
on the basis of merit alone. There
will be no prejudice as to either class,
position, or sex.
The great majority whom circum-
stances prevent from rendering direct
assistance can perform a service no
less valuable in developing an organ
worthy of Michigan by displaying a
spirit of interest and helpfulness
Make your suggestions for improve-
ments to the editors instead of em-
bodying them in the form of a "Siock.'
If there is news that is not in the pa-
per give a reporter a "tip." If news
seems to be lacking go out and do
something for the university that is
worth writing about.
Ideas are treasures that should be
utilized. If you have an idea that
something should- or should not be
done write a communication. We
want our readers to communicate their
views ind our columns are open for
this purpose. The name and address
of the writer must be made known to
the Managing Editor but will be with-
held from publication if desired.
Ye Ed is going to say what he feels
like in this col. till the faculty escorts
him out in a box or an unsuppressable
uprising occurs among the subscrib-
One Folz registered early to attack
the task of sleuthing his gentlemen
journalists after scandal. He reports
a warm summer at The Big Corner.
Art Lane is back on the job purvey-
ing vodevil across the road. Welcome
Ye busy manager of this sheet bam-
boozled himself into possession of a
span and spick bike. Out of his way!
Johnny O'Reed and Hank Bates
summered east. A pleasant time was
had by all.
The Majestic is equipped with a
marble topped perfesser this season.
Tough to have to squander a jitney
to talk to Ypsi, isn't it? Neither do
WE LIKE THIS BLACK FACE.
Josephus Horner, he of the fatted
calf, 'sojourned, hereabouts yester-
week, used our pet typewriter, and
gave us a cigaret. Thanks Joe.
Ralph Craig, automobile dealer of
Toronto, entertained our Red Murphy
recently much to the discomfiture of
a street car and Ralph's stock in
and Students' Supplies for all departments. Ton of
Second Hand Books Cheap-
Drswing Ivnetr~aments Fria
All the best makes of instruments, price $10 to $25
Many good second hand sets at - $5 to $15
Every set Guaranteed.
All the leading makes including Waterman Ideal,
Conklin's Self-filling, and "Wahr's Special." the best
$i.00 pen on earth.
Loose Leaf Note Books, Shop Tools,
* Lab. Supplies, Ete., Eto.
WAHR'S UNIVERTITY BOOKSTORES
316 So. Stat. St. Main St., Opp. Court House
When You Desire
Portraits of Quality,
319 E. Huron Phone 961-L
We Do French Dry and Steam Cleaning
PRESSING eknd REPAIN IPG'
Suits Cleaned and Pressed 75o Suits ressed
FULLER & O'CONNOR Tailors 619 E. William
7'. w t .
TIC is not judged entirely by its
rms. A redl-hot iron will caul-
d and thus kill every bacteria,
i time it will work such injury
.s to greatly retard thet healing
so it is with many agencies used
these antiseptics kill the tissue
mec trey kill the bacteria. The
is the one-that kills the germs.
al il-;s el~cs 011the tissue. Mar-
has these properties whenever
ES BY HAND
TODA Y 3 P. M.
Below is'a partial list of room-
decorations which we will
place on special sale these
three days at
ONE HALF PRICE
Fres to 8.l
rT PRESSED 25c
As youth arises upon the morning
of the twenty-first anniversary of his
natal day, fondles the bristles beneath
his chin, and strides forth feeling a
bit more than the man, so does The
Michigan Daily pride itself upon this
the first morning of its twenty-first
year. For twenty years it has served
the students to the best of its abilities.
For twenty years it has been the uni-
versity organ and the campus newspa-
per. For a longer period than many
of the university's rivals have been
in existence, The Michigan Daily has
catered to the journalistic appetites
of the campus.
Now, on its twenty-first birthday,
The Daily casts aside its swaddling
clothes and takes a step into the realm
of the grown-ups. It is trying hard
to grow up and bespeaks the consider-
ation of its friends in its endeavor.
Mugs and Steins
Buss Tobacco Jars.
Ash and Card Tray.
Busts and Statuary.
Pictures of all kinds-
COM.PLETE CHANGE PROGRAM THURSDAY
Coming - Tomorrow
BEST of Male Quartets
GOOD BOARD $3.50
503 EAST JEFFERSON STREET
Just make It a point
to visit our Basement
and take a look for
Caterin; to parties a specialty
Music by Fischer's Orchestra.
John Ferguson, Pro
Mrs. J. R. Trojanows
Hair Goods, Hairdressing, Manicuring
RainwaterShampooing a Specialty.
1110 South University Bell 696
& Steam Claning
925 N. University Ave.
WAGNER & CO.
303-305 S. State St.
Announce their Fall and Winter line of Woolens
for men. The line is high grade and comprises many ex-
clusive patterns in suitings at $30.00 and up. New and
dressy effects in Overoostings.
Limited Number of
1ll Choral Union Tickes
ir Concerts $3.00
ct. 20 FLONZALEYS - Jan. 22
av. 17 LIIEVINNE - - Feb. 16
See. a AAY--tUSIC FESTIVAL--4 Days 5 Concerts
efcrcnc signed by reSJonSihle party
School of usic
arles A. Sink, Secretary
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Have you bought a+
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Tuttle & Co.
Old Town Canoe Agenc
J. Karl Malcolm-Tailo
Sheehan & Co.-Station
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CO-OP TICKET,50o. 5% discount at the following stores;
r. Sam Burchfield-Tailor.
Tom Lovell--Shoe Repairs.
:y. J. F. Rentschler-Photographer.
or Haller's Jewelry Store-Except Water-
eer d Leather man Pens. Big Bens and Ingersoll
ery and er Watches.
- '4..L. G Koch & Nichols-Furniture.
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Sheehan & Co.-Books and Stationery.
Spaulding's Agency at T. B. Rayl's, also
Allen & Co.-Haberdashers.
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