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May 11, 1912 - Image 2

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Official Newspaper at the University
of Michin.
Published every morn- g except Mon-
day throughout the school year.
Entered at the Post Offce at Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan, under Act of Con-
gress of March 3, 1879.
MANAGING EDITOR.
Walter K. Towers.
BUSINESS MANAGER
Albert I. Dilley
Editors.
News Editor.........Harry Z. ros
Assistant...........Frank Pennell
Athletic Editor......Karl Matthews'
Assistant...........G. C. Eldredge
Music and Drama ....Earl' V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Files ..............Emmett Taylor
Editorials.
Arthur B. Moehlman Frank E. Shaw
Edward G. Kemp Maurice Myers
Howell Van Auken Louis P. Haller

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their classes. This may be due to
slight attacks of spring fever but it
lasts too long for that. Every year in
certain classes the same conditions
prevail and continue throughout the
last two months. There must be another
reason and this is the poor ventila-
tion of certain rooms.
It is almost impossible to crowd a
class into small stuffy rooms, such as
prevail, in the wings pf University
hall and some of the other buildings
and then expect them to be wide
awake and pay close attention. It is
a physical impossibility. Drowsiness
overpowers a student and it is not his
or her fault if sleep follows.
Conditions are bad, in fact it would
be hard to conceive of worse, especial-
ly when.poor ventilation is augmented
by the proximity of the university
barns. It would be better for both
students and instructors if some ar-
rangement could be made to hold cer-
tain classes outdoors. This is not
a new idea and has been tried out
successfully at other universities. In
the meantime, the instructors ought
not to censure inattention and drow-
siness too harshly.
WORKMAN STRUCK BY TRAIN
BAi1LY CRIPPLED FOR LIFE. I

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at Rackets
Modeis of
ANTEED

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Night Editors.
Maurice Toulme
Wallace Weber C. Has
H. Beach Carpenter Rc
Reporters.

Mack Ryan
rold Hippler
:obert Gillett

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John Townley
J. Selig Yellen
Hal C. Tallmadge
Morris Milligan
Morton R. Hunter
Chester J. Morse
Frank Murphy

Morris.Houser
Fred B. Foulk.
J. V. Sweeney
Leonard M. Rieser
Russell H. Neilson
David D. Hunting
Mark' F. Finley.

Tri tcrs
or Rent

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MORRILL
state Street

STRE~ET
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ATS PRESSED 25c
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BUSINESS STAFF.
Assistant to Mgr. .. Joseph Fouchard
Advertising Mgr ...Elmer P. Grierson
13irculation Mgr.....E. Ray Johnson
Asst. Adv. Mgr.....A. R. Johnson, Jr.
Edgar L. Jaffa......W. .. Holland!
W. J. Wetterau. J. I. Lippincott
Emerson Smitlf
Want Ad Stations
Press Building; Quarry's Pharmacy;
The University Pharmacy, 1219 S.
University; Van Doren's Pharmacy,
on Packard^Street; The Brown Drug
Store, Main Street. Leave ads at
these stations before 8:30 p. m. for
next morning's issue.
Subscription price: By carrier, $2.50;
By mail, $3.00.
OFFICES: Ann Aroor Press Building
Maynard Street.
OFFICE HOURS: Managing Editor,
1-2 p. m., X10:30-11:30 p. m.; Bus-
tuess Manager, 1-5 p. m..
Both Phones IM
SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1912.
Night Editor-Maurice Toulme.
Business staff meeting at 9 o'clock
this morning.
Outdoor Classes.
With the advent of spring several
instructors have already complained
of tile lack of attention received from

Struck by a work train extra near
the 'boat house last night, -Albert Gal-
loner, 18 years old, of Pinneonning,
Michigan, will lose one leg and proba-
bly both as the result Qf the accident.
Galloner, who has been employed on
one of the Michigan Central work
trains, was picked up. about 7 o'clock,
probably soon after he was struck,
though so far as known no one saw
the accident.
A LIVE COLLEGE PRESIDENT'S
ADVICE TO SENIORS

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sou willtaste
First time in

319;E. Huron
PlttInum-IPortramits
' We Do French Dry
PR.ESSING ei
Suits Cleaned and Pressed 75-
FUL LER& O'CONN(
Designers of Men's Clothes,

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four weeks.
'leanliness."

THIS LITTLE ADV.

President Faunce of Brown Univer-
sity, when addressing the seniors of
the University of Michigan on gradu-
ation day two years ago said:
'"Another calling which few young
men are equipped to enter is that of
private secretary. Some of our bright-
est young men have thought of sten-
ography as suited only to girls in their
teens, and secretarial duties as fur-
nishing small field for ambition. Tehe
private secretary of Grover Cleveland
left his imprint on our country. The
private secretaries of Wim. McKinley
and Theodore Roosevelt very speedily
emerged into public life. The great
need of every young man when he gets
out of college is to go into training
under a master. The private secretary
of a strong, resourceful leader of men,
has the finest training the country can
afford, has opportunity for large ho-
rizon, and mastery of methods and lat-
er for an independent career."
Every student should weigh these
words carefully. It may mean the
difference between success and fail-
ure. President Faunce who has giv-
en this matter careful thought certain-
ly thinks that the young man who is
able to fill a position as private secre-
tary to some great industrial leader
has a far greater chance of success
than the one unable to fill such a place
-and he is right. The record of those:
who in the past have taken a course
at the TSchool of Shorthand in this
city is positive proof of this. Ou-r
course especially fits young men and
women for Ouch places. See the an-
nouncement of the, May class in tlis
issue of the Daily. Then call at the
School and enroll for this course. Of-
fice hours 2 to 2:30 p. m., Selby A.
Moran, Prih .,711 N. Univ. Ave.
156-157

COX SONS & VINING
New York
y makers of
Academic Costum
Caps, Gowns and
Hoods for all degree
Representatives
STRAW HATS, SOFT
SHIRTS, SPRING NECK-
WEAR. B. V D. UNDER-
EAR, POROSENIT
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the best and heaviest Phi
Beta Kappa Keys.
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Ask those who
already gotten them

have
from

No.686 $5.50
EDWARD R. ROEHM
5th Floor, 240 Woodward Ave.
1. Detroit, Mich.
Send for Catalog
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want t
New

Varsity

Togge ry

SHOP

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was used to complete the Union
Pacific Railroad. We do not
know the value of the Gold Spike
used for this purpose, but we do
know that BAGLEY'S GOLD
SPIKE is the BEST Cigarette
Tobacco in the world.
Made from the finest leaf
grown in Virginia and North
Carolina, carefully selected
and blended by men with a
half century of experience.

$495 METZ 22 Horsepower, 4 Cylinder
Motor, H. I Magneto & 5 Speeds
0. Leonard Olson, Agent
911 Greenwood Ave.

1,107 S. University Ave.
E. J. Lohr

402 West

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Summer is approaching
Lets both get busy
Seasonable and suitable Tailor-Made Togs

All garments made In our own shops.

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Dont forget that you
can get the best
Sodas and
Sundaes
at
Vanborcn's Pharmacy

Detroit United Lines
On information to Division Superin-
tendent Allen, Ypsilanti, of the Detroit
United Lines, by officers of Varsity or-
organizations, the movement, beyond the
capacity of the regular service, of any
group of students to or from Ann Ar-
bor, extra cars and extra service will be
promptly supplied.

Corns, bunions, inrowing
CHInROPODY nails, treated and cured
Everything absolutely an-
tiseptic. Office hours. 9-12 a.m. 1-5 and 7-8 p m Hai
MISS. E. J. FOLEY I
921 E. Huron Street.End North 12thF
2 Blocks East al High Sohool - Phone 089* 1110
COUSINS & HALL
CORNER SOUTSI UNIVERSITY AVE.
AND TWELFTH ST. Phones 115

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