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THE MICHIGAN _DAILY

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Woolens of Exclusive Styles
311 SoState Street
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SPE~CIAL PRICES

MIANAGING EDITOR.
Walter-K. Towers.
Alber~t I Wiley
Editors.
'ews Editor......Harry .Z, 2qIz
Assistant........... Frank Pennell
Athletic Editor... F. E. Shaw, Jr;,
',usic and Drama ...Earl V. Moore;
Iinterecolegiate News Harold G. McGee
Files ...............Emmett. Taylor.
Editorials.
Arthu~r B.. Moel1man Waije W. Merritt
Night Editors.
Maurice 'lloulmeaMaick, Ryan
Loren Robinson Karl Matthews
Wallace 'Weber.
Reporters.
John .Townley Oscar Beckman
C. Harold Hippler . . ..Robert Gillett
Frank Murphy William Daugherty
J. Selig Yellen.
BUSIESS STFF
Assistant to Mgr. .. Joseph Fouchard
Cirifltioi. gr. .E. 1=Ray Johnson
~OIES nn rboPrsBuiding,
Maynard Street.
"OFIC: OURlS':Managng Editor,
1-2,p. m., 1:01:0 .m;Bs
iness Manager, 1-5 p. in..
By mail,;'$3.00.
Wanit Ad Stationis. ,
Press Bilding; Qularry's Pharm-
acy, State and North Uni-
yersity.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1911,

lpartmt :of Buildings and" Grounds.
and t he latter h a lays maniftested
a deire to improve our, premises
whenever and wherever practicable.
Only recently an appropriation_ has
been made for trimming the more rag-
ged of the~ trees. The work was dis,
continued, however, on account of the
incomnpetency. of the.workmen.. We
hoeit will be 'resumed. The em-
ployment' of expert tree surgeons t
go over the entire campus would seem
to be warranted. The resultant en-
hancement of~ the beauty of 'our sur-
roundings would fully repay the in-
vestment. The studients; also can. do
much, by taking care not to mutilate
the trees, and by 'keeping off the
grass.
Fourteen Oat!
The rush takes place Saturday, and
it is up to every* sophomore to don his
tattered regalia eloquent of the brawls
with '13 and ca.me down to Ferry field.
The Freshmen will be there to a man,
their heads full of the tales of easy
victory that history says always favors
the new men. Even if you are a three
year man, don't let that fickle cogno-
men, Junior, cause your, dignity to
'soar' to~ heights ethereal, for -after all
you are only a sophomore in years.
Come out! Don't be a onlooker!
Joini forces wit~h the men who helped
you 'shoulder your verdancy of" last
year, and it~ won't b~e a walk a wvay
for the freshmen.
I Gownt Calk

When You Desire

Portraits of Quality

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STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE
MWrs. J. R. Trojanowski
Hair ogdqs, , r~es~,Mniu a and
R~ain water Shampooing a Spialt&ty.
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Farbeitfromus .to' wish to damage'
the feelings of "Not-yet-recovered-
from-Dr.-Cook" but' we are constrain-
ed 'to report that, several: of "our read-
ers wandered into the sanctum yester-
day to enquire whether that communi-
cation anent Sleuth Burns was in-
tended for sarcasm.
What gets our sacred ibex is the.
persistent report that o. s. Max Ben-
nett is occupie~d with. the instruction
of the young idea. We can't just man-
age the picture of Max aboard the
pedagogical throne.
Some how or other we cannot but be
suspicious of the anxiety~ displayed!
by~ these fresh laws who jingle our
phone in bunches to. enquire concern-
ing the state of Jerry's cold.,:

3 We Do French Dry and Steam Cleaning
1PR~ESING eknd REPAIR 1%G
i t Cleaned and Pressed 75. 5u6s Poie d 16
Ana mArbor
Vallaghan C(&,Comrnpally;
340 S. State St. Opposit. Law By lir. '
New a, 80osid-Haad
Old Books-Taken In Vhani-~wfo;k
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'VEtGQTSDRY CLEATED 75c
SUIITSPRESSE 25c VERCOATS PRESSEDI?
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Night Editor-Root. M. Gillett.
Sanve The Tr~ees.
We are at ailftimes 'in favor of con-
servation, whether it be of natural re-
sourcesof mn, of ideals, of Michilgan
traditions, or ofthe scenic beauties,
of our campus. At the present mno-
nlent . we feel an ,epecal anxiety for;
th ppearane .of the camipus. It is
no~t our. fortune (or nmisfortune) to
have a. spaceiouscampus, such as those
at M. -A. C., Illinois, and O0. S. U. It'
then behooves uis to presere the mea~-
gre beauities1 we now have. In. this
regar,A our trees are our most valu-
able psssson Tey commnd ~.our
~dmiration from e ary spring to late;
autumn. The,yiel us comfort, and!
sligh~t in. the warm~ days of May and
June, and make .summer scholen-
du>rablje. Ben Greet perf ormanices,'
snior ins,,an bndconcerts owe!
thleir fin.eflavor iiin lrge part to their
setting amid. the trees. -And in, the
gray days-of . Novmber, ,the Avenue of
Elm~s sorn of itjs$plumage reveals a
new beauty for1 our delectation.
-We ha~ve nothing but comendaion
for th~e Board of Rgetsand~ the De-

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HUJTCHINS H)AKES ADDRE~S
AT VINCENT'S INAUGUTRAL
President Harry B, Hutchins gave
a short speech at the inau~gural dinner,
of~ President Vincent of the University'
of Minnesota W~ednesday at Minneap-
ols The address was informal in
nature and served to extend the best'
wishes of the University of Michigan'
to the new administration of Minnes-
ota.
President Hutchins is attending the,
meeting of the Association of Ameri-
can Unversities in Minneapolis today,
,and is expected to return to Ann Ar-
bor tonight or tomorrow.
Upper Law Classes Eilect Tomorrow.
Despite, Student Council rulings to
the contrary, the junior and senior
law classes will 'elect officers tomor-
row, the former in room B and the
latter in room G. The polls for such
el~ection-s will open from 9-11, at which
time all class dues must be paid up.

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Berry conies tqotus very highly recommended, both' as to his abil-
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