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ly to 6:10 p. n., also 8:1o
troit-.:4o a. in., 6:o6 a. n.,
hours to 6:o6 p. M., 7 :o6 p.
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Maurice Touline...........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson .............Business Manager
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1913.
Night Editor-Leo N. Burnett
Strangers to Michigan's campus and
customs are wont to wonder. And we
are not surprised. We boast of an in-
dividualism, a democracy, and a hu-
man sympathy that is rarely lived in
everyday America. Our idiosyncracies
are certainly at war with many of the
business ways of workaday life..
Does your democracy work out as a
practical, living method? This is the
natural question that confronts the
Michigan enthusiast. In reply we need
but point to the Michigan Union. If
the answer falls short of conclusive
proof, it is no fault of ours, but rather
the impossibility of an ideal. At least
we approach attainment.
And your human sympathy. Is it
useful, is It also practical? Yes and
more. It has become our measuring
standard. A man has come to be so
much a Michigan man as he interests
himself in the Michigan Union or ac-
cepts the Advisory system.'
Truly this is a life well spent.. If
it is worth while for four years, for
four years of the formative period of
your life, it is worth while for the time
that it is to come. If these principles
are not on all fours with the principles
of many businesses, possibly the many
businesses can be improved. Possi-
bly graduates of the Michigan Union
will aid materially in this.
FRED WS GROSS
Exclusive Local Dealer 123 E. Liberty
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Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc. Makers
at their first social meeting at
6:00 o'clock Friday evening, October
3, in Barbour gymnasium, immediately
after Dean Jordan's reception to the
Benefit Play to Appear at Whitney.
An unusual amount of interest is
connected with the coming engagement
of Norman Hackett, '98, in his new
play, "A Double Deceiver" at the Whit-
ney theater next Saturday, matinee
and night. The proceeds of these per-
formances will be given to the women
for the benefit of their athletic field.
This is also of interest to the men as
they use the field for the celebration
of Cap Night.
Special interest in the performance
is taken by all students, foi Prof. Don-
aid C. Stuart of Princeton who did the
dramatization for Mr. Hackett was a
University of Michigan graduate in
1903 and a member of the Comedy club
which was founded by Mr. Hackett.
O. Henry, who wrote "A Double
Dyed Deceiver," upon which this play
is founded, is being studied in Ameri-
can colleges as the greatest example
of modern short story writers and is
accorded a position today with Edgar
Allen Poe and Hawthorne.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Dolph, Funeral
Directors, best equipment in the city.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 98. tf
You can buy films many places, but
you pay the same here for Fresh East-
man Kodak films. Lyndon. Wed eod
For lessons in dancing go to Gran-
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For Kodaks and photo supplies, open
every evening until 9:30. Sundays
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Junior Advisory System.
The junior advisory system for the
benefit of the freshmen women, is now
firmly on its feet and is proving to be
a successful innovation. Headquarters
for the juniors have been established
in room 202 in University hall, Fresh-
men women who desire advice of any
kind may apply there.
The system is an outgrowth of the
faculty advisory system which was es-
tablished some years ago. In this the
freshmen were in direct touch with the
faculty, whose varied interests and
limited time made more difficulties.
The present plan in which the junior
women act as direct advisors to the
freshmen with the cooperation of the
faculty was begun last year.
Prospective freshmen were assigned
to juniors early in the :summer, and
since that time have been advised and
intsructed by means of letters. In
this way the freshmen were given a
cordial welcome into the university
and many difficulties were overcome.
Dean Jordan has found the system to
be of inestimable value in simplifying
the work of registration.
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