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March 23, 1912 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-03-23

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CtIOAN DAILY

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Official Neowspaper at tho 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.

HANAGING EDITOR.
Walter %. Towers.
BUSINESS MANAGER
Albert R. Dilley
Editors.
N~ews Editor ........Harry Z.' Fol.
Assistant ......Frank Pennell
Athletic Editor....... Karl Matthews
Assistant........... G. C. Eldredge
Music and Drama .... Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Files ............... Emmett Taylor
Editorials.
Arthur B. Moehlman Frank E. Shaw
Edward G. Kemp Maurice Myers
Night Editors.
Maurice Toulme Mack Ryan~
Wallace Weber C. Harold Hippler
H. Beach Carpenter Robert Gillett
Reporters.

be true, however;" for by a constanit and'
ever increasing sys(ti' of "tghtening
up" the humor of the situation faded.
from the minds of those interested and
students began to take the dep art-
ment more seriously.
*Ref ormsof' diverse nature, from thej
faculty control of publications and
class finance to' the strongly discussed
Attendance Committee h'ave either
originated with Dean Reed' or have
been due to his energy in' pushing
them through a sometimes strongly
opposed faculty.
The 'greate'st of the works s~till- re-
mained to be accomplis'hed;, when sick-
ness intervened. 'The administrative
changes following the adoption~ of the
new marking and grading system
needed the experienced mind of the
dean to make them thoroughly effect-
ive. But the strain 'was too gtreat a~nd
his already wveakened consttution
gave way before~ it anid forced his 're-
tirement temporarily.
It almost seems as if the university
does not: really '-appreciate' the value
of an excellent administr'ative officer,
for the nervous breakdown of the
dean may be attributed rightly to the
fact that he w as overworked. Instead
of occupying himself with the big
problems and dities of his office, he
had to, act as father confessor to every
student' who had something on his
or her mind or- wanted to do* some
minor thing.: This constantL strain' was
just as great as his other~'work called
for and the two sets' of duties ctom-
bined were too much'for a. single moan.
The dean of the literary department
should be 'allowed as, much freedom
from routine work as 'are the heads
of the medical and engin'eering depart-
ments.
The refor'ms, fnecessary at the period
when Dean Reed 'took" char'ge of af-
fairs, have"been carried to a point
where they hav' become over' stringent
and call for 'relaxati6ii. in some re-
spects.: While it is obvious that Dean
Reed's work ini building up the de-
partment was nothi~ng short 'of 'won-
derful, yet the imperial tendency to-
wards centralization has- ever been
evident, with a minimum of student
control. --

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Chester J. Morse
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Fred B. Foulk
J. V.' Sweeney
Leonard M. Rieser
Russell H. Neilson
David D. Hunting
Mark F. Finley

-BUSINESS STAFF.
sistant to Mgr. .. Joseph Fouchard
Advertising Mgr ... Elmer P. Grierson
Circulation Mgr..B. Ray Johnson
Asst. Adv. Mgr..A. R. Johnson, Jr.
Edgar L. Jaffa ...... W. T. Holland?
W. J. Wetterau. J. I. Lippincott
Emerson Smith
Want Ad Stations
Press Building; Quarry's Pharmacy;
The University Pharmacy, 1219 S.
University; Van Doren's Pharmacy,
on Packard Street; The Brown Drug
Store, Main Street. Leave ads at
these stations before 8:30 p. m. for
next morning's issue.
Subscription price: Bly carrier, $2.60;
By mail, $3.00.
OFFICE~S. Ann Aroor Press Building
Maynard Street.

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OFFICE HOURS: M~anaging Editor.
1-2 p. in., 10:30-11:30 p. m.: Bu~s-
meoss Manager, 1-5 p. tn..
Both Phones 960.
SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1912.
Night Editor-Nauriee Toulme.
Dean John 0. Deed.
Overwork, under conditions more or

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less trying has forced Dean John 0.
Reed to retire for several years in an
effort to regain his lost health. Con-
stant and untiring effort to raise the
standard of the literary department,
ne'rve racking struggles of more or
less frequency, together with a hard
fight against intermittent eye trouble,
which at times threatened total blind-
ness, have all assisted in undermin-
ing a none too strong constitution.
To John 0. Reed, more than any
other man, the literary department
owes a debt of gratitude. To his un-
ceasing efforts and his administrative
ability,, are due the rise of standard
in this department. When he took the
office of dean, the literary department
wvas more or less of a joke among the
undergraduates. This soon ceased to

The Painted lWindow.
The editor'and staff o6f'The -Painted
Window' are to be congratulated 'upon
their' 'first' attempt into' the fielid of
pure literary 'end'eavor. 'The stanidardi
set by their first edition is 'high and
should be greatly 'appreciated by the
student body. There is a reail field at
Alichigan for a p~urely literary produc-
tion, and thlis latest -' production,
which takes" the place of the long
defunct and' much "mourned Inlander;
is doubly welcome.
,If the editors 'can'Ymaitain""the stan-
dard set by their'- first issue, the camh-
pus may justly be' proutd 'of its young-
est publication.-
DISTRIBUTE FIVE TiIOIJAND
SUMMER SESSION BULLETINS
The 1912 edition of the Summer
Session is to be completed today and
returned' from the printer's to the of-
fice for distribution. Five thousan~d of
this year's' bull~etin 'have been gotten
out.
Copy for thie special biological camp
bulletin has' been sent to'the printi'ng
establishment. ' Four thous~and 'are to
be published. The small bulletin is
much like last year's booklet, and is
profusely illustrated principally with
views around Douglas Lake.

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