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THEM rCHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan, under Act of Congress of March 3,1
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
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Office Hours. Editor- to 3 p. i.; 7 to 1o
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Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.50; by mail,
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
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Phones: Bell and Home, 96o.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1912
Night Editor-Morris A. Milligan.
LET'S HAVE A REFERENDUM.
Almost unanimously, the suggestion
to the campus from The Michigan Dai-
ly for a referendumi on the band mat-
ter has been answered in the affirma-
tive. . The student council meets to-
night at which time the question will
be brought up and discussed.
In a matter such as this, which has
been hanging fire for years and in
which the student body is vitally inter-
ested, heavy balloting can be expected
If the campus thinks the association
should provide for the band trip in fu-
ture years, its wishes should be heed-
ed. As the chief supporters of the as-
sociation and as members of the cor-
poration, the students have a right to
have their money expended according
to their wishes.-
ts have a referendum.
This is the open season for campus
societies. Already several "honorary"
societies have published their elec-
tions and soon a half dozen others will
announce their lists of neophytes. In
almost every case selections have been
and will be just and well-advised. The
Daily offers congratulations to the
chosen men and women. To them has
come, in some degree at least, their
reward, or better their recognition for
the extra-curriculum work for Michi-:
gan and the smaller units that go
to make up the whole that we call our
Alma Mater. With the impetus given
them, there ought to be no end of
things they will do to further the in-
terests of the university.
But to the man or woman who has
worked, and who will continue to
work, without the satisfaction and aid
of a society, The Daily says, "Shake."'
Maybe he or she has missed out un-
fairly or through oversight. It is hoped
that one society's new ruling forbid-
ding membership in both it and cer-
tain other organizations of similar
scope will do away with some of the
inter-locking membership lists and
consequent narrowness. An honest ef-
fort is being made to better things;
and probably there will be less injus-
tice as the years go by. But now, and
for all time to come, those who, miss-
ing visible encouragement, continue
quietly and steadfastly to work for the
betterment of the university and for
th2e best things that are connected with
it, are the men and women of whom
every true Michigan man is most
ASSISTANTS OBTAINED FOR
LARGE CLASSES IN BIOLOGY.
Octobr Number Devoted Exclusively
Increased enrollment in the gener-
al biology course this fall has made
necessary the appointment of two new
assistants in the zoology department,
Miss Winnifred Shephard and Miss
Cora J. Reeves. The latter, who is a
Michigan graduate, was called from a
graduate assistantship at Johns Hop-
The students enrolled in the biology
courses now number 260, which is 50
more than in any previous year. Two
laboratory sections have been arrang-
ed to accommodate them, and on ac-
count of the extremely crowded con-
dition of south wing, one section is
forced to meet Saturday morning.
PEANUT POLITICS will be the mo-
tif strain of the Colyum on the mor-
Notes on the Opry.
Who made him show he had "The
Who shook him on the "Isle of Suice?"
The fair coed.
Who played "The Havoc" with his
Who showed "The Easiest Way" to
The fair coed.
Who truly loved him "Seven Days?"
Who "Paid in Full" his ardent praise?
The fair coed.
Who pouted when she missed "Sa-
And ditched him for "The Man from
The fair coed. -W.R.M.
First Stude-Fine night for murder.
Second Stude-Let's kill a quart.
-C. A. S.
A down-town soda quenchery adver-
tises a "Tin-roof Sundae." E. S. asks
if it is on the house.
Ad Infinitum in Excitement.
Philosophy 'quiz sections.
Munching pop corn on the diagonal
Literary society initiations.
Prof.How far must we go back to
the beginning of Anglo Saxon history?
Frosh-(Business of raising a laff)
Fourteen pages. j.T.W.
Diary of an Unimpressionable.
Oct. 31-Saw that little-orange-
feathered dew-drop again this morn-
ing. She's right there as far as looks
go-and around here they go about
seven-dances-per-week worth. But
i'm immune. They waste their furtive,
innocent glances on this unbeliever.
Read Stevenson until midnight.
Now that the Gargoyle has came,
what scintillations are left for little
All's well that ends-(Business of
whetting a sabre.)
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FOOT BALL SHOES for $3.50 worth $5.00
STOCKINGS for 25c worth much more
UNION SUITS for $3.50 so good you'll never nced another
Head Gears, Shoulder Guards, Nose Mask, etc., etc.
Ask to see our $6.oo Auto Sweaters.
We have the largest stock to select from
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Lowest prices quality, considered, give us a call.
Who ogled at "The Passers By?"
Who gave "The Love Cure" with
The fair coed.
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OltA TORICAL ASSA
Over 600 tickets for the 'Oratorical
association course have been sold to
date, with the prospect of at least 200
more in the near future. This number
exceeds by 100 all previous records.
A difficulty encountered in the sale of
tickets is the confusing of the old "Stu-
dents' Lecture Association" with the
Prof. Hall Auditor and Comptroller.
Prof. Arthur G. Hall has recently
been appointed to succeed Prof. Glo-
ver as auditor and comptroller of stu-
dent organizations. He requests that
all presidents at once procure and file
at his office annual statistical reports
of their respective organizations. His
office hours are Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday from 3:00 to 4:00 o'clock.
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Ya~ ' cc ds ' i *'ely
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Friday, November 1.-Open meeting oft
the Women's League at Barbour
gym, 4:00 p. in. Address by Pres.
H. B. Hutchins.
Saturday, November 2.-South Dakota
vs. Michigan at Ferry field, 2:30 p.
Saturday, November 2.-Membership
dance at the Michigan Union, 9:00
Monday, November 4.-Cosmopolita
clubsmoker at the Michigan Union,
7:30 p. m.
We will give a Class Toque Free
with every purchase of Men's
Swea er Vest or Rain Coat, or
with other purchases aggregat-
ing $5 in our Men's Furnishings
Offcial toques for all classes
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hourly to 6:12 p. m., also 8:12 p. m.
Local Cars for Detroit-5;40 a. M., 6:40 a.
mn., and every two hours to 840 p. nn., 7:40
p. m., 8:40 p. m.. 9:45 p. m., and 10:45 p 1
To Ypsilanti only. 11:15 p. ni., 12:15 p. m.
12:30 p. mn., 1:00 a. wn.
Limited Cars for Jackson-7:46 a. m. and
every two hours to 7:46 p. m.
Local Cars for Jackson-5:20 a m., and
every two hours to 9:20 p in., 11:15 p. mn..
The vogue in outdoor headwear for gentlemen
This is the day of the cap.
The man who doesn't realize it should rub-his eyes and
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