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Official newspaper at the University of Mici
igan.
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.- .
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan under Act of Congress of March 3,
1879-
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.5; by
mail $3.oo.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy; ; niversity Pharmacy;
C. H. Davis. Cor. Packard
Phn: eland State.
Phone: Bell, 96o.
Maurice Toulme..........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson .............Business Manager
News Editor Sporting Editor
11. Beach Carpenter Gordon Eldredge
Assistant to Manager
Fred Foulk.
Leonard Rieser....... Intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tannahill........;Music and Drama
Harold Abbott.................. Cartoonist
NIGHT EDITORS
Leo :Burnett
REPORTERS
Carlton Jenks Bernus Kline
Y. F. J. Hlsu Cliester Lang
V. F.X Mcinney H. C. Rummel
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field Harry Johnson
John Leonard
BUSINESS STAFF"
Myron WatkinsIE:A . G. Millard
Arthur 11. Torrey W, R. Carpenter
Russel A. Runyan
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1913.
Night Editor-T. Hawley Tapping.
THE STUDENT COUNCIL.

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IRVING F. SCHLEEDE, 340S. STATE STREET

Everyone is enraged because of Sat-
urday night's fiasco. Everyone wants.
to blame some one. The student coun-
cil has been selected as the goat.
May we suggest that this student
council represents the students, that
this student council was elected by the
students, and that if this student coun-
cil is not efficient that it is the stu-
dents' fault.
No one can .deprecate the riots and
the cowardly attacks more than The
Michigan Daily. But at the present
time, we are not so much interested
in placing blame as we are in the fu-
ture prevention. These riots must be
stopped. For the present we are on-
ly interested in apprehending those
who instigated them. As we said
before, these "wops" must be driven
out of the university, we have no place
for them. There's only about a hun-
dred of them. If a few are severely
dealt with the cowardly hearts of the
others will be stilled for all time.
We do not know how guilty the men
are, who were arrested. The weight
is against them because they were in
the van of the crowd. We do not care
to punish the innocent, but if the guil-
ty can be found, they should be dealt
with, as any other society would deal
with them.
As for the student council, it is our
belief that they made a mistake when
they abandoned the organized celebra-
tion. So long as we are 'human, there
will be mistakes of judgment, howev-
er.
For the present, we stand behind the
student council, we stand for a sum-
mary punishment of those criminals,
who under the cover of night and a
football victory, displayed a savagery
and cowardliness, seldom equalled.
Some radical changes might suggest
show for its production in March. In
themselves in the future regarding the
make-up of the student council. How-
ever, we have our hands full, for the
time being.
THE NEW CAPTAIN,
The 1913 team elected a new captain
yesterday. The captain was chosen
by one of the best teams that Michigan,

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has ever had. No team ever had our,
confidence so completely. That con-
fidence should follow the team's selec-'
tion of a captain.
We will be frank about this matter.
Many have felt that Hughitt was the
logical man. Hughitt has served Mich-
igan consistently for two years. The
statement has been made, that he is
one of the best quarterbacks Michi-
gan has ever had.
On the other hand, Raynsford has
received two "Ms." He is popular with
the team. That he has served Michi-
gan with all his power and ability, is
unquestioned. The team has decided
that he shall be captain, the team has
decided that he is the best, at hand.
In .case of either selection, there
would have been some disappointment.
Hughitt has accepted the verdict and
we have every confidence that this
same "Tommy" will walk into the im-
aginary All-American next year, if not
this.
The 1914 team is already behind
Raynsford, the 1913 team elected him
and the 1914 rooters will be behind
him also.
"GERMANY."
"Germany" Schulz is a wizard on
coaching the line. At Wisconsin last
year, he was directly responsible for
a Conference championship. Wisconsin
with practically the same team, has
already been beaten this year by Min-
nesota, and Minnesota by Chicago.
Dopesters will probably give the Badg-
ers third pla.ce. "Germany" was there
last year, but "Germany" has been at
Michigan, this. year.
Michigan's line proved to be a stone
wall on Saturday. It was the line that
made possible those long runs, it was
Michigan's line that opened up those
big holes, it was Michigan's impene-
trable line that threw back all opposi-
tion and played havoc with Pennsy's
attacks.
Schulz is a Michigan fixture, we
hope. Yost, Schulz and Michigan a
combination inseperable, and a combi-
nation unconquerable.
THE "MS."
Nineteen coveted "Ms" were handed
out yesterday. It was the first time in
Michigan's history that nineteen mem-
bers of the team have been so signal-
ly honored. In 1911, sixteen were
given out - and in 1912 the limit was
thought to have been reached, when
seventeen were awarded.
There was a great hue and cry, that
the "M" was being cheapened. And
now comes the year 1913, with a de-

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mand for nineteen. The original fears
hardly seem justified. If there has
been any cheapening, the effect has
been, for Michigan's good. Possibly it
has put an ideal within the reach of
the mediocre man, raised a hope in his
breast and strengthened him tenfold.
Possibly, next year the award will
be increased. We hope so, for then
Michigan will have a better team than
it did in 1913.
THE INDIVIDUALIST.
Tonight more than two thousand
men will gather in Waterman gymna-
sium and smoke to their heart's con-
tent. But, if you. are not a lover of
tobacco, you are not ostracised.
Some of Michigan's best men never
smoke and never will smoke. Some
Some of our greatest athletes are al-
ways in training. Don't be ashamed to
be an individualist tonight! The Mich-
igan Union welcomes you with or with-.
out your smoking habit.
MUSIC AND DRAMA.
Symilphony Gives Concert.
Under the able leadership of Mr.
Samuel P. Lockwood, the university
symphony orchestra made its first ap-
pearance of the .year last evening in
the, high school auditorium, assisted
by Miss Frances Hamilton, pianist.
That the concert was not more lib-
erally applauded is due, no doubt, to
a somewhat unfortunate selection of
program. The three dances from
"Henry VII" were given with delight-
ful vim and assurance, but the sym-
phony accompaniment to Miss Ham-
ilton's excellent playing of a Chopin
concerto was uneven. The last num-l
ber, a Mozart symphony, lacked the
big note with which we are accus-
tomed to hear it played, and conse-
quently made little impression.

The Quaker Girl.
"The Quaker Girl," one of the most
melodious comic operas ever written,
will be presented at the Whitney the-
atre Saturday, November 22, matinee
and night. Victor Morley, a great fa-
vorite. in Ann Arbor, and Bernice Mc-
Cabe, prominent in musical comedy,
will play the parts of Tony and Pru-
dence respectively. A large orchestra
is a feature of this production.
Eva Tanguay and Company
The first Monday matinee ever given
at the Whitney theatre will be intro-
duced, by Eva Tanguay and her vau-
deville company, November 24. Miss
Tanguay's engagement was limited, at
first, to an evening performance, but
so large is the number of her admir-
ers in Ann Arbor that an extra per-
formance was added to meet their de-
mands. Johnny Ford, the celebrated
dancer, will appear in Miss Tanguay's
support.
TENTA IITVE CAST FOR PLAY
OF COMEDY CLUB SELECTED
A tentative cast for "The Scarecrow"
was selected at a meeting of the ex-
ecutive committee of the Comedy club
held for that purpose yesterday after-
noon. The 16 members chosen are to
hold their positions solely upon the
strength of the showings made during
the rehearsals.
FORMER STUDENT IS VICTIM
OF CONSUMPTION IN CANADA
LeRoy- McLeod, '11E, died of con-
sumption at his home in London, On-
tario, Saturday. While in the univer-
sity he was president of his class in
his sophomore year, and a member of
both the Gergoyle and Michiganensian

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