TIO lMICHIGANI DAILY
T HE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official Newspaper at the University
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.
Walter H. Towers.
Albert R. Dilley
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1912.
Night Editor-G. Harold Hippler.
tbi5rgive the student body any more
confidenice in the Council? Hardly.
It will iot become much more than it
is now, a mere committee of the
faculty, a buffer and a wedge between
the students and the Senate.:
Against the plea that meetings
should be open to the public, several
of the Councilmen argued that this
would be embarrassing, because some
socialists or other radicals might
come to the meeting and "fuss" the
Council. If this be true then let us
abolish the Council and allow the So-
cialist club to take its place. Its mem-
bers are at least strong enough to
stand up for their views and argue for
them, no matter who is on the other
side. Let the Council, do likewise and
the student body will rally behind it.
Germ in Lloyd
inion Line, A
Red Star Lin
PEI LTA GAMLA TO ENTERTAIN
MRS. CARRIE JACOBS-BOND,
Mrs. Carrie Jacobs-Bond,who gives a
recital of her songs in Newberry hall
Thursday evening, will arrive here
Thursday morning and will be enter-
tained at the Delta Gamma sorority
house. Tickets for the recital are sell-
ing fast, but a limited number still re-
main on sale.
When You Desire
For Sale or Rent
0. D. MORRILL
322 So. State Street.
Must Regain Confidence.
In an editorial on Tuesday The
Michigan Daily tried to show why
Michigan does not have selfigovern-
ment and how the Student Council has
failed as representatives of the student
body. Now we will show how the
Council has lost the respect of the
people whom it represents, and later
will point out what we believe is a
remedy for this situation.
The Council lacks the confidence of
ti s ulnt body. This has been due
to several things. First, and prob-
ably most important, isthe fact that
the Council has resolved itself into a
secret body which meets at certain
times, acts as it desires, and makes
public just as little or as much as it
desires. What goes on within its cham-
bers is all unknown to the student
body, which elected these men 'as rep-
resentatives. Time and again the stu-
dents have been asked to contribute
to the Council for one thing or another,
and that was the last heard of it. The
students gave their money and then
had to forget about it, until the Coun-
cil chose to inform them.
After this was continued for sev-
eral years, the students and the class-
es are naturally somewhat skeptical
abcut the Council and support it in on-
ly half-hearted fashion, and, in a great
number of instances, not at all. It is
this condition that the Council is de-
crying at present, but is making no at-
tempt to remedy by removing the caus-
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Local Cars West Bound-5:33 and 7:15 a.m.
and every two hours to 11:15 p,m.
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Y. W. C. A
The university Y. W. C. A. yesterday
elected the following officers for next
year: Pres. Helen Collins, '13; Vice-
pres., Margaret Irving, '14; Sec., Bei-
tha Hopkins, '14; Treas., Nellie Han-
WILL PASS THROUGH TOWN.
On his return trip from Chicago
next Saturday, Col. Theodore Roose-
velt will pass through here enroute to
Detroit where he is scheduled for a
speech that evening. It is probable
that the ex-president will go through1
Ann Arbor between six and seven
ALL-LIT DANCE PROVES TO
BE A PROFITABLE AFFAIR.
The exact financial report of the all-
lit dance of last Saturday is not in yet,
but according to Committeeman W. T.
Wilson, about 500 couples attended it,
and the profit is about 15 or 20 dollars
Ien From Washington to Dance Soon.
f"The Cabinet," an organization of
men from Washington,. D. C., and im-
mediate vicinity, will dance at the
Packard academy Friday evening,
March 29. Prof. and Mrs. Percy Ash
Webster Teams to Debate Each Other.
On Friday evening the debating team
of the Webster society composed of
Potter, Wall and Allen will debate
against the two alternates, Hinkle and
Cramer, who will be assisted by Smoy-
Deans of Women to Attend Banquet,
Dr. Maud Gilchrist, Dean of Women
at M. A. C. and Miss F. W. White, Dean
of Women at Olivet will be present at
the Women's Banquet, March 29. They
will also attend the meetings of the
Phoenix Club to Dine at Union.
The Phoenix club, composed of
alumni of Detroit Western high school,
will banquet at the Union this evening.
O FOR NEXT YEAR
HAVE YOUR CLOTHES PRESSED BY
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Suits Dry Cleaned and Pressed 75c overcoats Dry Ci
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Prof. hegner Unable to Meet Classes,
Prof. R. W. Hegner of the philosoph-
ical department having been called
away on account of the illness of a rel-
ative, will be unable to meet his class-
es until April 1.
319 E. Huron
THE CHORAL UNION UNDER STANLEY
Another equally fundamental cause
for the isolation of the Council is the.
one mentioned in the previous edito-
rial. Instead of acting as representa-
tives of the students who have the in-
herent right to say how they shall con-
duct themselves as long as they remain
within the limits of the laws of the
state of Michigan, the Councilmen have
done exactly the opposite. Instead of
exercising power which was rightful-
ly their own, they have sought power
for themselves from the faculty. From
the faculty they have received little.
Instead they should have endeavored
to exercise the student powers of self-
Is it to be wondered at that the stu-
dent body has lost faith in the Coun-
cil? Instead of remedying this and
seeking to restore the Council to its re-
al position, the organization is begging
the Senate to grant to it a new con-
stitution with increased power. Will
THE THOMAS ORCHESTRA UNDER
ALMA GLUCK - - - -
FLORENCE HINKLE -
FRIEDA LANGENDORFF -
NEVADA VAN DER VEER
ELLISON VAN HOOSE -
HERBERT WITHERSPOON -
Tickets on a
Reserve seat tickets now on
sale at School of Music
Charles A. Sink, Secy.
SPRING SUITINGS All our clothes are
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See them In ourwindows- deivjp
many more inside. We do not send any
We will lay aside your
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in them, When you are in Detroit next
ter J. Watson's work
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ten. Last term begins, Tuesday,
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