THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
DAILY friendly rivalry has been missing and
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Adna Johnson .............Business Manager
Newsditor Sporting Editor
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Leonard Rieser....... Intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tannahill.........Music and Drama
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1913.
Night Editor--Berus E. Kline
We wonder if the committee on track
nominations has adopted a wise meth-
od to suppress "peanut politics." We
doubt seriously the wisdom of delay-
ing'the announcement of the men chos-
en to run for the Varsity offices until
the morning of the election.
In the first place, the nominations
will necessarily be made several days
before the announcement. Candidates
have already been nominated for the
election next Saturday, and already
the word has been passed about. The
nominations are common property.
The very purpose of withholding the
names has failed. As it is in this nom-
ination it will always be. Secrecy on
the part of the board is a farce. More
than ever before there is chance for
Mormoveir, ud this is the most seri-
ous fault tlat we have to find with the
plan sugested by the nominating com-
tnitte^, the candidates will be prevent-
ed from running on a platform. The
Michigan students gained too much
from the elections last spring, to have
this power taken away from them
without strenuous objections. Several
big questions are now before the uni-
versity authorities and student and
alumni boards. The only way the stu-
dents have of showing their opinion is
by voting for candidates who adopt a
platform. Can the Michigan student
afford to lose this right at this critical
Time-honored Michigan traditions
are being overlooked at every football
game on Ferry field. Twice lately, the
band has omitted the playing of
"The Yellow and Blue" be-
tween the halves. But thisE
is not the only case of tradition fallenl
into disuse. In days gone by when at
Michigan team had finished a game
with an opponent on Ferry field, the1
Varsity gathered together and gave at
cheer for the opposing team, no, mat-t
ter what the result of the contestt
might have been.c
Lately, however, this recognition oft
marked on this seeming lack of cour-
tesy on the part of a Michigan team.
We do not intend to infer that the
present Michigan football players are
purposely neglectful; they simply
have forgotten the old custom. But
there is little excuse for the failure to
render "The Yellow and Blue." Since
time immemorial it has been custom-
ary to sing the university song be-
tween the halves of football games
and the late instances of its neglect
were merely the result of carelessness.
Every Michigan man is eager to
sing "The Yellow and Blue" today, and
it would please every student and ev-
ery alumnus present to hear three
rousing cheers for Mt. Union at the
end of the game. Let's revive and
keep alive the time-honored traditions.
For all Departments.
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Additional quarters for landscape
design work are to be made at once by
partitioning off rooms on the fourth
floor of University hall. These rooms
will be fitted with drawing tables for
use in the course.
President Harry B. Hutchins has
appointed Regent Beal and Professor
Roth as delegates to represent the
university at the National Conserva-
tion Congress to be held in Washing-
ton, D. C., November 18, 19, and 20.
Harry G, Hayes is to represent the
university at the National Tax Associ-
ition in Buffalo October 23, 24, 25. The
appointment was made by President
Hutchins this week.
Jeffersonian Debating Society meets
tonight at 7:30 o'clock in Jeffersonian
hall, third floor, law building. Officers
for the coming year will be elected and
prospective members will be welcom-
Nominees for presidency of each
class are directed to meet this morn-
ing to appoint four men to act as an
election board with the student coun-
cilman who is in charge of this elec-
The election officials will meet at the
Michigan Union annex at 1:15 o'clock
this afternoon to be instructed in re-
gard to their duties by a student coun-
cilman. This meeting is necessary be-
cause if any nominee desired to with-
draw his name, he would need to have
the sanction of the class election
-The senior law football team will
play Cleary Business College at Yp-
-Charles N. Lockwood, father of
Professors Albert and Samuel P. Lock-
wood, of the University School of Mu-
sic, died at about1:00 o'clock yester-
day morning at his home, 700 Oxford
Road. An attack of illness Wednes-
day hastened his death. Out of respect
for Mr. Lockwood, the University Sym-
phony Orchestra will not hold a re-
APPLICATIONS TURNED IN
FOR BOAT CLUB POSITIONS.
Several applications have been turn-
ed in for positions as officers and com-
mitteemen on the Michigan Union Boat
club. The organization will meet at
the Union at 11:00 o'clock Sunday and
pick men for the 40 positions which
are open. Those who are interested in
the club should file written applica-
tions at once with the commodore in
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