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G m S H E E H A N
see them go but we are more than hap-
p, in welcoming them again. Every-
ofiLwishes the visitors well, but you
can dpend u n it that, when the
maize and blueand the yellow line
up on Saturday, the game will be
1 own Zatk
Now comes word from o. s. G. Starr
Lasher, erstwise manufacturer of ed-
itorials, who is now feasting on the
bounty of the state. Starr says nice
things about us and we hasten to re-
ciprocate by lending publicity to our
conviction that Starr is an ornament
to The Department of Public Instruc-
Also it pleases us to note that Fred
Ingram late ornament of our esteem-
ed Council is busily engaged in spread-
ing pills and powder over the face
of an unsuspecting countryside, in the
capacity of gentlemanly drummer for
Ingram & Co.
This is the day when you have as
many life long and bosom friends as
there are candidates for offices in
How superior the French scholars
should feel, who are able to assimilate
the Union menus of a Sunday. We
low brows can only eat what the gen-
tleman waiter brings us, and wonder.
We are prepared to cause an awful
commotion when the band plays Dixie
this P. M.
FRESHMAN NUMBER OF THE
'GARGOYLE APPEARS TODAY.
The Freshman number of the Gar-
;oyle goes on sale today. The cover
in two colors depicts the Gargoyle in-
fant returning to Michigan for his
?ourth year of publication. The front-
ispiece, a pen and ink sketch of the
Appian way is contributed by Ray-
mond Everett who drew it on his re-
sent European trip.'pi
Kenneth Welch has a series of pic-
tures showing the "Get-in-Quick meth-
od" for freshmen, and Bill Fanning
has drawn a double page illustration
of recent campus history. O. B. Win-
ters contributes a western story and
the staff of humorists and artists dem-
-)nstrate the funny side of campus
The Gargoyle for its first issue is
running thirty-two pages; a larger
first issue than ever before, and larg-
"r with one or two exceptions than any
college magazine in America.
It can be obtained at all book stores
and at Ferry field gates this afternoon
before the game.
UNIVERSITY IS INSPECTED)
BY AUSTRALIAN EDUCATOR.
Thomas E. Jones, director of the de-
partment of correspondence in the
new University of Queensland, spent
Wednesday in Ann Arbor inspecting
the different departments of the Uni-
versity in order to gain information
for the new institution of learning.
The Queensland University was ppen-
ed this fall with an endowment from
the Australian government and has
departments of art, science, and engi-
neering. Work in correspondence is
expected to be added and Mr. Jones
was sent to this country to inspect
the larger universities that have this
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1911.
Night Editor-Robert M. Gillett
There will be a meeting of the night
editors -Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
It is with evident pleasure that
Michigan resumes her gridiron rela-
Lions with Vanderbilt on Ferry Field
this afternoon. We have missed the
genial men from the other side of
the Mason and Dixon line, missed their
clean cut and snappy playing, their
scrappiness and good sportsmanship.
Never have our relations with a visit-
ing team been more friendly than with
-he Commodores, coached by our own
Dan McGuigan. We used to look for-
ward to these contests as one of the
year's banner events and we were al-
ways sorry when the sturdy men
from the Southland left our little city,
We were sorry to see them disappear
from our schedule two years ago be-
cause we remembered with" admira-
tion the time when eleven yellowjack-
ets held Michigan on their one yard
line, when big Joe Curtis bucked their
line three times and failed to move,
the southerners. We were sorry to
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