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Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
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,
K879.
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.50; by
mail $3.00.
Want Ad Stations:aPress Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy ; University Pharmacy ;
C. H. Davis. Cor. Packard
and State.
Phone: Bell, 96o.
Maurice Toulme ..........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson............. Business Manager
News Editor Sporting Editor
H. 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
Carlini Jenks Bernus Kline
Y. F. J. Isu Chester Lang
F. F. McKinney H. C. Rummel
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwooud field Marry Johnson
John Leonard
BUSINESS STAFF
Myron Watkins F. G. Millard
\rtfiur fl. Torrcy XW. R. Carpenter
Russel A. Runyan
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1913.
Night Editor-Bernus E. Kline.
OUTSIDE INTERFERENCES.
We take it that it is the province of
an outside sporting page to comment
on a university election in a spirit of
fairness to all.

night riots, are the very men who ,dis-
graced Michigan last year at the junior
hop riot. And right here, be it known
The Michigan Daily is out to get these
men, first to educate these men, then
to see them out of this university un-
less they take heed.
We have our hopes 'for the future.
But first we must show the world that
Michigan will not tolerate these goril-
]as, under the title of Michigan stu-
dents. They are not Michigan stu-
dents, they are ordinary criminals who
have paid a small fee to enter the uni-
versity. They are Michigan's worst
enemies.
The Michigan victory did not'bring

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A great hue and cry has been rais-
ed, to the effect, that Hughitt has been
the victim of a raw political trick/"In
so doing (voting for the present cap-
tain) ten of these men were guilty of
as disgraceful a piece of trickery as
Tammany Itall ever dared attempt,"
says the writer.
Then the author goes ahead to work
up a great web of hate,' of jealousy, of
secret machination, of soul selling.
But, we at Michigan, have known the
men accused, for years. We have come
to look upon them with a respect
amounting to faith. We have never
heard them accused before. We do
not now hear them accused upon a
basis of fact. Everything is hinged
upon possibilities, what this man might
have done, had he been a man of the
blackest character, had he been re-
vengeful, had he harbored a grudge.
Captain Paterson has denied the
charges, the others have denied them.
We ' believe these men, strangely
enough. We believe these men because
of their past services, we believe them
because it is a fundamental maxim of
English law, that a man is innocent
until proven guilty.. ,

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joy into the hearts of these "wops";
it only afforded them an excuse to
practice their devilish crimes. Else
why the junior hop riots of last year?
So we say, punish the guilty, if they
O~n be found, and l~unish them se-
verely. hPunish them for Michigan's
future, punish them for their own ul-
timate good, punish them for the effect
that it will have on their followers.
If this will be done, there will be no
more riots. Michigan will have a big
organized celebration. Michigan will
not 'have to be continually explaining
to the world.
THE BLUECOATS.
Mr. Policeman won't you please get
the right men for us in the next riot,
won't you get the leaders, won't you
get the men, who are rushing you, the
men who are doing the agitating?t
The leader is the man to "get."
Mr. Policeman may we suggest that
these student rioters are far from
being brave men. May we remind you
of the one lone man who held one
hundred of them at bay last spring,
with a piece of lead pipe as a weapon.
If you can only "billie" the leader,
the followers will scatter like sheep.
OUR SPANKING.
A local scribe took a friendly little
swipe at us on Saturday. The Varsity
Fathers had just given us a left-hand-
ed spanking, then turned us loose with
some specific advice. We got it.
A few hours afterwards, it was our
great pleasure to see a certain game;
a certain powerful opponent from the
east was getting theirs. It was much
harder than ours. Then the final whis-
tle blew. We mixed with the crowd,
we pushed, we squirmed and we fought
our way through the masses. Then
we met the "Wuxtra," we had only
gone four blocks.
Later, we had a talk with some of
the 'Regents. We found that we had
committed no crime. We found that we
disagreed with them only on conclu-
sions.
The spanking was left-handed. We
have agreed with ourselves that this
is not such an unlivable old world,
after all.
UNiVERSITY :NOTICES.
Meeting of the freshman law class
today at 4:00 o'clock in room C.
Forestry club meeting tonight at

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"Volume and Yield Tables."
Oratorical board meets this after-'
noon at 5:00 o'clock, room 303 N. W.
Soph engineer basketball candidates
meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock, room 28,J
old engineering building.
The entire cast of the Comedy club
will meet tonight at 7:00 o'clock, in
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"The Michigan Daily is showing poor
spirit in championing a punishment of
the leaders of Saturday night's riots.
These leaders' are Michigan students
and Michigan should stand behind her
students," The Autocrat at The Break.
fast Table.
We heard it and you have heard it,
and our reply is forthcoming. The
Michigan Daily' believes heartily in a
redblooded university and in a red-
blooded celebration when our univer-
sity wins a redblooded victory. But
we are not criminals, we are not cow-
ards, and we have a deep love for the
good name of our university.
We believe that Michigan has about
one hundred savages in its cosmopoli-
tan student body. We belIeve that the
men who took part in the Saturday

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Student chairs, presented to the Un-
ion by members last year, will be la-
beled with the names of the donors
this week. Students who subscribed
$2.00 last year, totaling 100 members,,
are to be thus honored. It is prob-
able that a similar subscription will
be started this year.

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