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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Mfficial Newspaper at the University
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the.school year. ..
Walter K. Towers.
BUSINESS MANA% ER
Albert R. Dilley
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
Arthur B. Moehlman Walle W. Merritt
Maurice Toulme Mack 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
Advertising Mgr ...Elmer P. Grierson
Circulation Mgr.....E. Ray Johnson
A. R. Johnson, Jr.
OFFICES: Ann Arbor Press Building,
OFFICE HOURS: Managing Editor,
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1911.
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r 29, 1911
ing Same Day
dislike to record it.. This at least sug-
gests the problem faced by the S. L. A.
When it is remembered that the con-
stituency is large an heterogeneous;
that in order to keep out of debt it
is occasionally obliged to apply the
test of popularity, the engagement of
such an attraction does not seem to
merit the condemnation it has receiv-
The objection to Mr. Burns, Detect-
ive, are not all well-considered. Is he
not engaged in a work which has for
its end the upholding of the dignity of
the law and the effective administra-
tion of justice? Is not the detective
as much deserving of our respect as
the prison official, and do we not lend
the pulpit to the latter? Who has
read Conan Doyle without keen admir-
ation for his remarkable Sherlock. By
all reports Mr. Burns is a gentleman,
and eminently respectable. He is an
officer of the law, an agent of Amer-
ican justice, and as such is worthy of
our respect and commendation, not
our contumely and abhorrence.
And after all is said and done a man
who can attract people to him, and
to whom people will listen, compares
well with a speaker who speaks to a
yawning office for the latter has no
value but as a cure for insomnia.
I town Za
Get out your shovel. Closet those
pumps. Melancholy days are running
into wintry. We saw two freshmen
toques wander into Huston's and
we've been stumbling over imaginary-
snow-drifts and blowing on our fin-
gers ever since.
WANTED-A guardian and guide.
Competent person who can find their
way around Ann Arbor in the dark
apply to Andy Smith.
Our Andy ventured into the maze
south east of the campus the other
night and, losing his way not a block
from the campus, had to apply to a
freshman to lead him to the engineer-
Dear Ed:-I serve pop corn to my
roomers, but I don't like to be called
A Land Lady.
NOTICE-The freshman who drop-
ped a 3-B pipe on the campus yester-
day may have the same by calling for
Arty Sopho at the southwest corner
of Ferry Field, this evening at 12
p. in. Wear old clothes.
Dear Ed--I wish to protest against
the appearance of Detective Burns in
University Hall so shortly after I hon-
ored the structure with my presencc*
I object to him for general business
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We make the best chocolate srda in
town. Drop in on your way to Ferry
Night Editor-Karl Matthews.
This Burns Business.
We never have regarded the S. L..
A. Board with envy. Our attitude to-
ward it now is one of sympathy. With-
out doubt, there are many men who
excel Detective Burns in eloquence,
in erudition, in public influence, and in
public esteem. Nor is it to be doubted
that the board is aware of this fact
and has made untiring effort to secure
the best attractions the lecture field
affords. We believe the' S. L. A. has
sought to provide entertainment which
is educative and elevating. Owing to
the fact, however, that the Association
is not blessed with an endowment, it
must also give thought, in planning a
course, to the matter of receipts. It
is doing business in a market where
the demand is not exclusively for one
kind of entertainment. We recall that
in 1908 an authority on international
law was engaged to speak on our Pa-
cific relations. While the address was
generally agreed to be masterful and
eloquent, and was enjoyed by a por-
tion of the audience, a considerable
proportion was bored, much as we!
Wishes to advise the U. of M. students that he has
secured ,is complete stock of Fall and Winter 14ools.
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conditions to keep a skirt presentable during rainy weather,
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,Q2 The installation of strictly up-to-the-minute Sanitary
vices, and the mammoth business we are doing, make these
Q An inspection of our finished work will explain our
phone call will summon one of our representatives.
is 1534-L We Collect and Deliver
Student Loses Hat and Coat.
Charles E. Stone, '14, reported
yesterday that his cap and rain coat
were taken from the racks in the
general library Monday night. He went
to the building early in the evening
and hung the garments on the tempor-
ary racks which have been placed in
the hall during the reconstruction of
the cloak room. When he looked for
them about 8 o'clock, they had disap-
peared. No trace of them has been
found and Stone is inclined to believe
that they were taken by mistake.
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