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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
igan.
Published every morning'except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
l ntered at the postoffice at" Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan under Act of Congress of March 3,
1879,
Offces Ann Arbor Press Building.
Subscription Price: By carrier, s_?.5o; by
mail $3.oo.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy;'University Pharmacy;
C. H. Davis, Cor. Packard
and State,
Phone: ,Bell, 960.
Maurie eToulme ..........Managing Editor
Adnia Johnson...... ...... Business Manager
News Editor Sporting Editor
11. Beach Carpenter Gordon Eldredge
Assistant to Manager
Fred Foulk.
V. _l[ Church . ... Assistant Sporting 71ditor
Leonard Rieser.......Intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tannahill........Music and Drama
H arold Abbott............. .. . .Cartoonist
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwooad Field 11arry Johnson
John Leonard
NIGHT EDITORS
Leo Burnett
REPORTERS
Carlton Jenks Bernus Kline
Y. F. J. ls Chester Lang
F. F. McKinney I. C. Rtnmei
BUSINESS STAFF
Myron \\atkins F. G. Millard

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1913.
Night Editor-Henry C. Rummet,
Night editors and first assistaits
meet in T be Iaily office at 5:00 o'clock
today.
All members and tryouts of business
staff report at office between 12:45 and
. 00 o'clock this afternoon.
B-U-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z.
The political bee is already at work.
Secret conferences, mysteriously wise
countenances, and hearty greetings
are the order. Michigan is interested,
in so far as these political pow-wows
will largely decide the depositories of
its managerial positions.
The old harum-scarum method of
elections has failed in several essen-
tials, failed in the type of many of its
candidates and in the methods, that
brought them forward. Last year
there was fierce attack upon "Peanut
Politics" and there was a general all-
around anticampaigning sentiment. Af-
ter the war clouds had blown over,
there was some doubt regarding the
genuineness of some of the pledges.
And now come two students with
another panacea. We hope so. The
plan as outlined in another column
will surely crucify some of the evils of
the present methods. The pu;blicity
will be equal and the merits of the
various candidates will be fairly pre-
sented. The facts will be included in
the booklet if only the voter will study
them and weigh the importance of the
activities rather than the number.
So far so well, but what of the
clause which asks for the pledge for
noncampaigning? For years the stu-
dent council elections have been held
under anticampaigning pledges, yet it
is no secret that they are and have
been grossly violated. Will the fair
be taken advantage of by the unfair?
Will the unorganized man suffer or
will the organized man forget his affil-
iations for the time being? It is a great
temptation to use- organization,
when it is close at hand.
The only safeguard against political
rascals is conscience. Possibly the
day has arrived when a violator of an-
ticampaigning pledges will be boy-
cotted. As a whole the plan is good,

in some details it can be improved.
From this latter point of view tonight's
meeting of the council should be high-
ly interesting.
* * * * * *.* * * * *
* OF INTEREST TO WOMEN. *
* Edited by Stylus. *
The college women's tearoom at
Newberry hall is no longer an experi-
Inent but an institution. Hot lunches
will continue to be served throughout
the year from 12:00 to 1:00, and 3:0
to 5:00 o'clock every afternoon except
Saturday and Sunday.. Later in the
season breakfast may also be served.
The tea room is not being run for
profit. Lunches are served at a price
but slig'htly above cost. The real ob-
ject of the tearoom is to provide a so-
cial center in which college women
may at all times find an atmosphere of
informality and homelike intimacy.
The founder of the institution wished
to form a social nucleus where college
women may find a substitute for home
life, and in whose circles they will al-
ways find a welcome.
College women have the use of the
parlors at Newberry hall and may also
engage the tearoom for entertain-
ments.
The founder of the tearoom has
worked perseveringly for over a year,
without undue encouragement,to make
the tearoom a success. In view of the
fact that this endeavor was undertak-
en unselfishly, in response to an ur-
gent need of the college women, it
deserves active support from them. It
is of special benefit to those who for
the first time are deprived of their
home surroundings an.d are placed in
a new environment and also provides
for all college women a more familiar
and friendly social intercourse than
can be had on any other occasion.
At the board meeting of the wom-
en's league Saturday morning, routine
business was carried on and a discus-
sion concerning dancing among tl
university women was conducted by
the faculty women. in which the uni-
versity women were censured for not
carrying out the resolutions passed
last year against improper dancing.
It was voted to call a mass meeting of
all university women to discuss the
question of proper dancing and all
upperclass women are called upon to
teach the first year women to do the
new dances properly. It was
also urged that better judgment
It was also urged that better judgment
be used as to the number of dances at-
tended.
The president of the women's league
will be sent as a delegate to the State
Federation of Women's Clubs to be
held at Muskegon, on October 21. A
candy sale wiltl be conducted by the
league during the Teacher's conven-
tion in Ann Arbor.
Miss Irene Bigalke, president of the
women's league will be in her office in
Barbour gymnasium from 11:0Q to
12:00 o'clock daily, and at her home
from 6:30 to 7:30 o'clock every even-
ing.
Campaigning for Y. W. C. A. mem-
bers began yesterday morning and
membership cards were placed on sale
in University hall. It is advisable to
join before October 10, when the old
members will banquet the new.
Look at our Michigan Scrap Books
before buying. Two sizes. Sheehan
& Co. tf

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
There will be a meeting of all class
football managers at the office of the
athletic association Tuesday afternoon
at 5:00 o'clock.
Soph lit football practice this af-
ternoon at 3:00 o'clock, at South Ferry
field.
All sophomores and juniors who
wish to try out for Varsity football
managership, report at athletic office
tonight at 7:15 o'clock.
All glee club tryouts having num-
bers above 70, are requested to report
at Professor Wm. Howland's studio at
the school of music 7:00 o'clock to-
night.
Members of the All-Fresh football
squad must report to Dr. May at once
for examination to be eligible for Sat-
urday's game.

CLASS FOOTBALL MANAGERS
PREPARIN1 FOR SCHEDULES
Interclass football managers are
beginning to look up promising men
from which to pick their elevens and
from all indications the calibre of the
class teams will be above par this sea-
son. The managers are already call-
ing out the squads for light workouts
and next week the real mixups will
start. The new field house will not
be completed for the use of the ath-
letes during the first part of the sea-
son at least.
A meeting of all managers of class
teams is called for this afternoon at
5:00 o'clock at the office of Intramural
Director. Rowe at the Athletic associa-
tion building.
Finest line pipes in the city at the
Tobacco Shob, 118-120 East Liberty
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