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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official Newspaper at the University
of Michigan.
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year. ..
MANAGING EDITOR.
Walter K. Towers.
BUSINESS MANAGER
Albert R. Dilley
Editors.
News Editor . .....Harry Z. Folz
Assistant ............Frank Pennell
Athletic Editor ......F. E. Shaw, Jr.
Assistant......... G. C. Eldredge
Music and Drama ....Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Files..............Emmett Taylor
Editorials.
Arthur B. Moehlman Walle W. Merritt
Night Editors.
Maurice Toulme Mack Ryan
Loren Robinson Karl Matthews
Wallace Weber.
Reporters.
John Townley Oscar Beckman
C. Harold Hippler ....Robert Gillett
Frank Murphy William Daugherty
J. Selig Yellen.
BUSINESS STAFF.
Assistant to Mgr. ..Joseph Fouchard
Advertising Mgr .. .Elmer P. Grierson
Circulation Mgr.....E. Ray Johnson
A. R. Johnson, Jr.
OFFICES: Ann Arbor Press Building,
Maynard Street.
OFFICE HOURS: Managing Editor,
1-2 p. m., 10:30-11:30 p. m.; Bus-
iness Manager,.1-5 p. m..
Botli Phones 964.
Subscription price: By carrier, $2.50;
By mail, $3.00.
Want Ad Stations.
Press Building; Quarry's Pharm-
acy, State and North Uni-
versity.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1911.
Night Editor-Wallace Weber.

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iR. T. Crane Says University is Perpe-
trating Fraud.
R. T. Crane, arch enemy of univer-
sities, has again broken into the public
prints through the medium of violent
attacks upon institutions of higher
education, the University of Michigan
being named as one of the "co-defend-
ants," its engineering department be-
ing the immediate subject of the at-
tack.
"The University of Illinois and the
University of Michigan are the two
worst sinners in the perpetration of a
gigantic fraud; and in so far as their
officials induce young men to. spend
eight or ten years in acquiring a tech-
nical education they make pickpockets,
burglars and trusts look like insignifi-
cant thieves," said Mr. Crane in a
pamphlet recently issued.
"Although Michigan is the largest
secton of the country devoted to the
manufacture of automobiles and there
are many large manufacturing towns
in the vicinity of Ann Arbor, the list
of manufacturers employing techni-
cal graduates, furnished by the
university does not contain the name
of a single prominent concern, with
the exception of the American Radia-
tor Company in Detroit, and this is
an iron foundry."
UNIVERSITY SENATE WILL
JOIN IN DIAMOND JUBILEE.
The University Senate held its first
meeting of the year last night and de-
cided to cooperate with the Board of
Regents in the celebration of the dia-
mond jubilee of the university next
year. A committee to confer with the
regents was appointed. The rest of
the business transacted was routine
matter.
Form Prohibition Association.
At a meeting at the Y. M. C. A.
Sunday evening a Prohibition
Association was organized and officers
elected. About thirty men were pres-
ent. They will post themselves on,
the subject so as to be ready for the
coming campaign.

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Do It Well.
The average man comes to the uni-
versity to be trained rather than to
be informed. This is especially true
of the man in the professional school.
But he sometimes finds that the thing
he came for is hard to get because of
the number of courses and the amount
of ground that he is expected to cover.
There is so much to be done that none
of it can be done well. As a result
many serious and painstaking stu-
dents becomedisappointed with the
character of the work they are able
to do, while the slipshod and the care-
less have their habits of loose thought
and superficial study encouraged and
developed.
These facts have been recognized in
the law department and the changes
in the curriculum there are the re-
sult. Fewer classes, fewer hours,
with the opportunity for more thor-
ough work and an ideal of higher;
scholarship are elements of the new
regime. Dean Bates and his associ-
ates believe, and at least professional
students will generally agree, that a<

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Education Club Has First Meeting.
The Educational Club held its first
meeting last night. Prof. A. S. Whit-
ney talked on "Present School Prob-
lems."Prof. C. 0. Davis made, a few re-
marks, emphasizing the social value
of the meetings. Vice-President Mc-
Alpine spoke on "The Value of the
Educational Club."
Mr. Tealdi Has Diphtheria.
Mr. Aubrey Tealdi, instructor in
landscape design, who has been ill for
several days, was yesterday declared
to be a victim of diphtheria. It is but
a short time since Mr. Tealdi arrived
in Ann Arbor, but it is the opinion of
Dr. F. R. Waldron, the attending phy-
sician, that he must have :contracted
the disease since his return.
According to city health officer Dr.
James F. Breakey, there are no other
cases of diphtheria in Ann Arbor.

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