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Alber~t I Wiley
'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.
Arthu~r B.. Moel1man Waije W. Merritt
Maurice 'lloulmeaMaick, Ryan
Loren Robinson Karl Matthews
John .Townley Oscar Beckman
C. Harold Hippler . . ..Robert Gillett
Frank Murphy William Daugherty
J. Selig Yellen.
Assistant to Mgr. .. Joseph Fouchard
Cirifltioi. gr. .E. 1=Ray Johnson
~OIES nn rboPrsBuiding,
"OFIC: OURlS':Managng Editor,
1-2,p. m., 1:01:0 .m;Bs
iness Manager, 1-5 p. in..
Wanit Ad Stationis. ,
Press Bilding; Qularry's Pharm-
acy, State and North Uni-
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
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
Phlabtim Portr .ts
THlE IHI) APHEIR
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Ftot Ball Goods and
In general, comiplete ineeydti
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twm -C l1l"i'1 P ry
MWrs. J. R. Trojanowski
Hair ogdqs, , r~es~,Mniu a and
R~ain water Shampooing a Spialt&ty.
o lO h zt'nd ivcrdiy Bell 696-W
P# ;f s try P e
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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
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
340 S. State St. Opposit. Law By lir. '
New a, 80osid-Haad
Old Books-Taken In Vhani-~wfo;k
Apposite U~ear of Law S d.Nxt o -..no
IIDPRES"CLOTH1ES BY UANR
'VEtGQTSDRY CLEATED 75c
SUIITSPRESSE 25c VERCOATS PRESSEDI?
41 OT TAESRE
Van Doren' .s
703 PACK(ARD STREET
and Students, Supplies
We.tnkW hbschclt oai
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-
V::'; ':-- '
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-
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.
Wishes to advise the U. of M. student that, he a
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It is with- pleasure that we-announce that Mr. W. L.i Berry.
.of Chicago, has taken charge of ou~r tailoring department. Mr.
Berry conies tqotus very highly recommended, both' as to his abil-
ity as a. cutter and as a man, and we bespeak for him your kind
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