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Maurice Toulme ........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson:............Business Manager
News Editor Sporting Editor
H. Beach Carpenter Gordon 4ldredge
Assistant to Manager
Leonard Rieser .......Intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tanahill.........Music and Drama
Carlton Jenks Bernus Kline
Y . F. J. Usti Chester Lang
F. F. McKinney 1'. C. Rummel
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field Harry Johnson
Myron Watkins EF. G. Millard
Arthur 14. Torrey A WR \ . Carpenter
Russel A, Runyan
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1913.
Night Editor-Leo N. Burnett.
WE DON'T CARE.
Each day, we are becoming more
keenly alive to the belief that we are
running a newspaper on the campus.
We are glad, proud, and we are sat-
Communications, indicative of the
fact that there is a real progressive
interest in things Michigan on the
campus, are coming to us in each mail
Some are worthless because of their
length, others because of their lack
of a proper appreciation of fitness.
Some agree with us. Good! Some
disagree with us. Good! Some at-
tack us. Good! Some praise us.
All are thinking. Good!
AtUMNUS VISITS ANN ARBOR
ON TRANSCONTINENTAL TOUR
J. N. Patterson, '10, and Ben Halli-
day, of Los Angeles arrived in Ann
Arbor last night on their way from
San Francisco to New York. They
are on a transcontinental motor tour,
taking moving pictures of points of
interest. They have been on the road.
for two months, and expect to arrive
in Washington, with letters from May-
or Rolff of San Francisco to President
Wilson, about the first of January.
Alaska Sends Call For Mlicliigan Men.
A request for three teachers has
been received from Alaska, by the
University appointment committee.
Men, who have had athletic training,
will be given preference. The vacant
positions are high school instructors-
ships in commercial subjects and Ger-
man; German and Latin; and Latin,
English and mathematics. The sala-
ries offered vary from $100 to $125
Junior Lits to Breakfast, and Dance..
The "breakfast-dance," to be given
by the junior lits as the first function
of the year, will be held at the Michi-
gan Union December 6, beginning at
8:00 o'clock, and continuing until
about noon. Breakfast will be served
from 8:00 to 9:00 o'clock.
Are you going to play the game?
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ace to Go' for
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We Promise the BEST CUP OF COFFEE
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PAD THE HAMMER!
It's easy to knock. Criticism is often
merited and desirable, provided it is
of the constructive variety.
There are certain pests running at
large amongst us, habitues of the anvil
chorus, who are never happy unless
destructively attacking every line ofj
endeavor that stands for something
on the campus. Any suggestions or,
steps toward improvement are farthest
from their minds. They are incapable
of constructive action. Malicious de-
struction is their one delight.
It is grossly unfair to the men striv-
ing to do their best. Perhaps the
above-mentioned parasites are incur-
able. Nevertheless, an occasional
kindly word of praise from the silent
majority will often help to dispel the
Oratorical board will meet at 12:30
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All communications for this column
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ing their appearance in The Michigan
Daily. Office hour, 1:00 to 2:00 o'clock
daily, except Saturday, at Barbour
gymnasium. The editor may also be
reached by telephone, 1741-L, and no-
tices may be deposited in the box in
the general library.
Women who have been dropped from
the Deutscher Verein, may be rein-
stated at the discretion of the mem-
bership committee by an application
in writing, evidencing their intention
of regular attendance, and proper
payment of dues.
The constitution of the new dramat-
ic club for women, which has lately
been organized, is now completed, and
is under consideration by Dean Jordan
and Professor Strauss. The club ex-
pects to consider the unaccepted plays,
submitted in the junior play contest,
planning to stage the. most suitable
some time before Christmas vacation.
The aim of the new organization is
to bring out the best dramatic ma-
terial among the women, by stimulat-
ing new interests along dramatic lin-
Best developing and printing done
at lloppe's, 619 E. Liberty. 49-50
Gargoyle business staff meeting at
4:00 o'clock today.
Catholic Students club will hold a
dance at 8:30 o'clock Friday in St.
Quadrangle society will meet at 8:00
o'clock tonight i the Quadrangle
The 'Spokane club meets at 7:30
o'clock tonight at 545 S. Thompson
Band rehearsal postponed until Fri-
day night at 7:00 o'clock, University
Oratorical board will meet at 12:30
The Druggists on the
I N University Ave.
St. Andreas Brotherhood will meet
at 7:00 o'clock tonight in Harris hall.
Comedy club rehearsal at 4:00 o'clock
today in Cercle Francais room.
Mil E S
It's easy to follow the line of least
resistance. As a result, in spite of the
efforts of these working for the "cam-
pus beautiful," the same well-defined
paths are being worn over the freshly
sown sections of the campus by
thoughtless persons. A little fore-
thought on your hurried way to an
eight o'clock, and manifest public dis-
approval will work wonders towards
remedying this annual bugbear. Re-
member-Boo-Yao Tsai Chao-Dee Cheo
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