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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE 11CHIGAN DAILY
Qlllicial Nwspaper 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-
grass of March 3, 1879.
MANAGING EDITOR.
Walter K. Towers.
BUSINESS MANAGER
Albert R. Dilley
FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1912
Night Editor-H. Beach Carpenter.
Give Students a Voice.
As American citizens, we believe

MISSOURI STATESMAN WILL
UPHOLD POLITICAL PURITY.
Ex-G4overnor J. W. Folk to Speak on
"Te Era of Conscience" at
S. L. A. Tonight.
"Purity politics," represented by
Ex-Governor Joseph W. Folk, of Mis-
souri, will be the theme of an address
that the "show-me" statesman will de-
liver before the S L. A. tonight. "The
Era of Conscience" is the title of the

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lecture, and the advent of the revo-
lutionizer of politics is eagerly awaited
locally:
In his national field, as well as in his
state campaigns, the prominent Mis-
sourian has injected the so-called
"Missouri idea," the civic obligation in
the enforcing of public trust. Reform
and regeneration of civic ideals are
the mainstays of his platform, and for

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thoroughly in the principles of self- this reason the new thoughts along re-
government, and we believe that there form lines will be embodied in his ad-
is no better place than a university dress before the S. L. A.
in which to test these principles. Re- ....
cently Dean Reed was granted a leave "DOWN-TOWN" GARGOYLE TO
of absence,. A similar situation oc- MAKE BOW THIS AFTERNOON.
curred a few years before at Columbia
University, and the successor of the k Readers of the Gargoyle will have
retiring dean was selected by a vote of an opportunity to learn the full and
the students in his department. We complete history of the girls' "Come-
had hoped that a similar opportunity Back" number when the humor maga-
to express their wishes would be given zine comes off the press this afternoon.
to the students in the literary depart- The number is devoted to "down-
ment, but coupled with the announce- town," and the special investigations
ment that Dean Reed had been granted of the Gargoyle's private detective
a leave of absence, came the announce- force, revealing .horrible conditions of
ment that an acting dean had been ap- vice, will be made public.
pointed. Our disappointment at the The special features of the number
opportunity lost was only tempered by are a fond farewell to"Joe's place" and
the fact that a man had been selected a two-page drawing of "Follies Colle-
whom we could heartily endorse, and giate" by "Bill" Fanning. A useful
who had already won his way into encyclopedia of contemptible slang
the hearts of the students with whom and the usual advice of Mrs. Notta
he had come in contact. Brain, as well as the customary jokes
We cannot but regret, however, that and drawings, complete the number.
Acting Dean Effinger entered upon the t
duties of his new office without. the CAP-NIGHT DATE IS UNCERTAIN
feeling which he might have had that,
as the choice of the students, he Women's Field Day Found to Conflict
could rely on their full confidence in With Date Previously Set.
him, and that in any steps he might Owing to the fact that the Women's
see fit to take with regard to them, annual Field Day has been set for
he would be sure of their hearty sup- Saturday, May 25, it will be impossible
port and sympathy, rather than the to hold the Cap-night festivities on
feeling of distrust that has character- Friday, May 24, astwas intended. The
ized their attitude in past years. The preparations for the Field Day will
experiment at Columbia has proved ahave to be made ahead and rehearsals
decidedysuccess. When cianother op- held on the Palmer Field, and the bon-
portunity occurs t Michigan, we hope fire and the crowds of
that it will be taken advantage of. people. .would
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UNIVERSITY PItARh

We Insist on satsfying
1219 S. University Ave. Phones, 416
Prescriptions our specIalty 749 J.
State Savings Bank
ANN ARBO0R, MICH.

A General
Orriouns:
Harriman,

- Transit Market -
WM. LINDEMANN
DEALER IN
Fresh and Salt Meats, Pork, Ham Poultry Sausage
ETC.
Bell Phone 84-J Home 591 red 210 N. 4th Ave
The
Farmers & Mechanics Bank
101-103-105 S. Main St.
Capital $100,000. Surplus and Profits $61,000
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and
Jackson
Detroit Limited-8:13 and 10:13 a.m., 12:13,
2:13, 4:13, 6:13, and S:13 p.m.
'Kalamazoo Limited- :46, 9:46, and 11-:46.
a.m.; 1:46, 3:46, and 5:46 p.m.; Lansing-
7:46 p.m.
Local Cars East Bound-To Detroit, 5:45 a.m.,
6:45 a.m., and every two hours to 10:45
.m. To Ypsilanti, 5:45 a.m. and half-hour-
yto 11 :15) p.m.; also .12:15, 12:30 and
12:50 a.m. To Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-:5:33 and 7:15 a.m.
and every two hours to 11:15 p.m.

Capital $50000.

Surplus $85000

RE ENTS SECOND PROF. ROTH
IN PLANS FOR IMPROVEMENT.
Believed that Forestry Department
Will Undergo a General
Remodelling.
Assurance was given by the Board of
Regents yesterday that the forestry
department will receive added support
in the future, and that Prof. Filibert
Roth will be seconded in everything
that he contemplates doing for the
upbuilding of the department. The
general plan for improvement in the
department was approved by the
Board, and the details were referred
to the executive committee. Owing to
the absence of Prof. Roth from the
city, no prospectus could be obtained
regarding his plans.
The scope of the work in forestry
will be greatly broadened and will
take in phases that are not now touch-
ed. Nothing definite has been done in
regard to new teachers, but it is safe
to assume that Prof. Roth will provide
an able corps of assistants,

leave the field in such a condition that
it could not be used the next day.
Cap-night will probably be held,
therefore, either upon Friday, May 17,
or Friday, June 1. Which of these
dates is chosenhdepends largely upon
the date of the Senior Swing-out,
which has not yet been set.
WOMEN'S ATHLETIC OFFICERS
FOR NEXT YEAR ARE CHOSEN.
The Women's Athletic association
election, held Wednesday at Barbour
gymnasium, resulted as follows: pres-
ident, Jeanette Higgins, '14; vice
president, Katherine Schoenfeld, '14;
secretary, Frances Green, '14; treas-
urer, Edna Alfred, '13; senior repre-
sentative, Florence Adams, '13; junior
representative, Sophie Hermann, '14;
sophomore representative on the ath-
letic board, Honora Fogarty,.'15. These
officers - and representatives will not
take up their duties until next year.
Lindenoid Waterproof and Wear-
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Resources $1,350,000
Rowe's Laundry
406 Detroit St.
THOMAS ROWE Prop.
Bell Phone 457

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Just Received
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF.
FINE CANDIES
In halves and pounds. Phone us
your wants.
Vanborcls Pharmacy
703 Packard St.

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college Ask us to show you
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310 S.StateSt. . UpStairs

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