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Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
Entered at the postoflice at Ann Arbor, Mich-
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News Editor Sporting Editor
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Assistant to Manager
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Sherwood Field JrHarry Johnson
Myron Watkins EF. G. Millard
Carlton Jenks Bernus Kline
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F. F. McKinney H. C. Rummel
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1913.
Night Editor-Henry C. Rummel.
Business Staff ald Tryout Neeting
Wednesday at 4:30 o'clock.
Again the nominees for Varsity po-
sitions are to run on platforms. Ob-
viou sly great care must be taken to
give each nominee an opportunity to
present his convictions. Everything
must be equal. To insure this result
The Michigan Daily has planned to
co-operate with the student council.
Each nominee may use the columns
of The Michigan Daily not to exceed
150 words on Thursday morning. In
this communication the nominee may
set forth his campus record, and his
convictions on athletic policies. The
election committee of the -student
council will meet with the nominees
and edit the platforms, that have been
prepared by the nominees, to insure
fairness. These platforms shall then
be published simultaneously in The
Daily, under the signatures of the
election committee and the nominees.
The Michigan Daily has recently
had occasion to display black type on
the Conference situation. We will soon
have occasion to use this same type
again, but, before we enter into a dis-
cussion of this momentous question
we feel that a few words of intention
First and above all else, there are
to be no blows below the belt. We be-
lieve that we can disagree and still
have faith in your honesty and sincer-
ity. The questions are not questions
of personalities, but of issues. We be-
lieve that they can be separated. We
intend to wage a clean, fair campaign,
based not on cant or prejudice. We
are not fighting the questions of 1905
and 1906 but the questions of 1913.
If we should err in facts, it will be
because we were unable to secure the
facts. And our efforts to secure the
facts will not be lazy efforts.
It is our fundamental conviction
that Michigan belongs in the west, and
since she belongs.in the west, she be-
longs in the Intercollegiate Confer-
ence, the best representative of the
west. Some will disagreewith us as
to the ways and means of getting into
the west, the overwhelming majority
will not. And we will prove this lat-
Our news columns are open to the
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Hon. John F. Jewell, '96L, U.S. Con- I
sul to Australia, is to represent the
university at the dedication of the
public library in Melbourne, Victoria,
Australia, November 11.
Junior homeops made nominations
for class officers yesterday, as fol-
lows: president, H. R. Hildebrandt, R.
Criswell, J. Blinn; vice president, J.
Conlon; secretary, C. Schepeler;
treasurer, E. C. Ganzhorn; historian,
H. Hammel, S. Town.
A member of the local committee
for the State Teachers Convention,
October 29-31, will be in room 205
University hall,daily from 3:00 o'clock
to 4:00 o'clock, to consult with house
managers of clubs and fraternities.
A white diamond ring, valued at
$225 was lost by Marie McDermott in
University hall at noon yesterday. At
a late hour at night no trace of the
gem could be found.
The, woman left the ring on the
wash stand in the rest room. Being
in a hurry to get to lunch she uncon-
sciously started away without it. Once
out of the room, she noticed her loss
and hurried back to claim the treas-
ure, found that it had disappeared.
AAll students taking Rhodes schol-
arship examinations today, are to meet
at the president's office at 9:45
o'clock The examinations start at
The first meeting of the Girl's club
of St. Andrew's church, will be held
today in Harris hall at 4:00 o'clock.
All fresh lits entitled to apply for
advanced credit are to obtain their
blanks from Registrar Hall today or
tomorrow.dThe blanks must be filed
Senior lit football practice at 4:00
o'clock today, at South Ferry field.
Mortar Board will hold its first
meeting Thursday evening, October 16,
at Newberry hall.
Wyvern meets Thursday, October
16, at 702 South Thayer street.
Senior engineer election Friday
from 2:00 to 4:00 o'clock.
First year law football candidates
meet at south Ferry field Tuesday,
4:00 o'clock. See bulletin board.
There will be a meeting of the Mim-
es, Wednesday, at the Union, immedi-
ately following the membership din-
All candidates for junior lit football
team, will report at south Ferry field
at 3:30 o'clock today.
Soph lit class meeting for nomina-
tions this afternoon in Tappan hall at
Important meeting of the oratorical
board in oratory room, Wednesday at
Junior research club will meet in
the mineralogical laboratory, tonight
at 8:00 o'clock. Mr. P. H. Forsythe, of
the mathematical department, will
speak on "Vitality."
Student council will meet tonight
at 8:00 o'clock.
For all Departments.
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