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Official Newspaper at the University
of Michigan.,
Published every morning except Mon-
.. day throughout the school year...
MANAGING EDITOR.
Walter K. Towers.
BUSINESS MANAGER
Albert . Diley
Editors.
News Editor.......Harry Z. Folz
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
Editorials.
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Night Editors.
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Loren Robinson Karl Matthews
{ h Reporters.
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Advertising Mgr ...Elmer P. Grierson
Circulation Mgr. E. Ray Johnson
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OFFICEfg: Ann Arbor Press Building,
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OFFIC'E HOURS: Managing Editor,
1-2 p. m., 10:30-11:30 p. m.; Bus-
ness Manager, 1-5 p. m..
Both Phones 980.
Subscription price: By carrier, $2.50;
By mail, $3.00.
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TUESDAY,- CTOB R 1, 1911.
Night Editor-Wallace Weber.
Root.
Every thoughtful and loyal support-
er of the┬░Maizeand lue who'dwitness-
ed the brush with M19. A. C. Saturday
must have blushed more than once at
our inability to'encourage the team
with anything like the persistency and
variety manifested by the Aggies in
the support of their heroes. At many
stages of the game the Michigan root-
ers were begging for some one to lead
them in a yell, and more often than
not, when their cry had been heard,
it turned' out that the stands had to
lead the leader. The situation on the
local' field was' worse, if possible. In
the absence of duly appointed yell-
masters,' volunteers offered their ser-
vices, and the' result was one that
brought no c'edit to University man-
ners or Michigan sprit. On the whole,
it is quite evident from the events of
the day tht pronpt action should be
taken on the suggestion offered by
The Daily last week in regard to the
selection of. yellmasters.
It is apparent to all that cheering,
to be effective, must be organized. The
selection of cheerleaders has natur-

ally been left to the Athletic Associa-
tion, and the job has been assumed
by persons who were elected by the
student body on their supposed abili-
ty to manage athletic teams, not on
any qualifications as cheerleaders.
Cannot the Athletic Association pro-
vide for the selection of cheer leaders?
If it is impracticable to elect men for
this purpose, the Council might pick
out a number of men and arrange for
them to receive some instruction in
the rudiments of chorus leading from
experienced hands, even if they have
to call on the Music faculty for aid.
By this means we could scarcely fail
to get more stimulating directing than
has been exhibited yet this fall.
The matter should be taken up at
once, while the season is yet in its in-
fancy. It would be a disgrace should
our rooting at the later games be such
a fizzle as it was Saturday.
A Matter of $2.50.
"It has been my,'.good, fortune to
watchhclasses come and go forforty
years," said one of the oldest members
of the faculty the other day, "and it
has been my experience in watching
their careers that the man who climbs
the highest and really achieves success
is the one who in college possessed
two things, character and persever-
ance. The higher the man's ideals the
greater his success and his happi-
ness."
This is pretty near an axiom, for
holds,,(good not only for the, college
man but for the man outside. If a
man can attain his ideals he is quite
apt to be a perseverer. We come to
college with our ideals, in general,
high. If we grow careless and thought-
less and let the glamour carry us
away our ideals suffer. It's the old.
old story. A man should make the
kind of friendships which will better
his ideals, not weaken them. He should
patronize the campus organizations
and activities where he will get value
received. The Students' Lecture As-
sociation is one of these. It presents
men and women who stand for the
very best things in life, in the different
walks and phases of life-in all pro-
fessions, in all labors-and it does so
at a price ridiculously low when con-
sideration is taken of the individual
numbers and their value. It is the
duty of college men, to themselves, to
support such an organization.

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FOUND-Thomas Aquinae Major,
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Another old subscriber of note pullsj
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Hugh having been discovered in the
disguise of an attorney for the Legal
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Mike if the dear little newsy sasses a
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B. C., and still subscribes. That's the
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