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THAE MICHIGAN DAILY

tHE h I1ICHIGAN DX1LY*
Official newspaper at the University ot~Mih-
igan.
Published every morning exc{° Ai .-a',~
ing the university year.j
entered at the .post-office atP . ,rMi-
igan, under Act of Conguz>,. . s>Mach
Offices: Second floor. Ann A -' e~~ If lf-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Editor-i to 3Pa. m ,tO a
p. mn. Business Manager- to 3 1- ili.
Subscription Price: By carrier; zu 'v'
$3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press T3ili; .ry'
Pharmacy; University l iarwae - I , i
and Konald's :Confectionzi_-y it. e
Phones : Bell andi Home, 96o.

Y M:NUOF PEANUT POLITICS
hereiih.Shucks!
if WeP elieve. ftip headlines.
WiL~u~ V aliar,
.i 's a" thief.,
i~i1 -wi.isa lot of thins
Q ije aynd belief.
\V~nis an. imbecile;
lce lsa crook.
TI Ta: ' -nhtnitted every crimeo
?I t stute book.

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FOOT BALL For Class
SUPPLIES''Teams
FOOT BALL SHOES for $3.50 worth $5.00
STOCKJINGS for 25c worth much more
UNION SrUITS for $3.50 so gocd you'll never need ai otler
Head Gears, Shoulder Guards, Note Mask, etc., .c '.
Ask to see our$6.oo Auto Sweaters.
WAHR'S
University Bookstore

Frank Penb.ell . .....Mni-g dtr
Joseph Fouchard ......;usiness sMangr
Maurice Toulme...............New: LEitor
C. 'Harold Hippler........... ...ssist..t
Karl Matthews .............Athletic Eio
G. C. Eldredge.......... .3 zi~anr
John Townley........Music andi Drama
Leonard M. Rieser............. .. . ..ie s
ED ITORIALS
INaroldl G. McGee Louis R. yf,- C-
Howell Van Auken , Maur ice Mlycrt

~3Isoa. aburglar;
Looevlt' afool.
Taf i juta jumble-wit,
Sycohantand fool.
WoV&r!',is a' parasite;
Ted': nothing but

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It L~ Easy to Recognize sk

--Some sort of grim, disease.
NIGHT EDITORSPilTt samu.
H. Beach Carpenter brd 1. Poalk Tt1.amut
Morton R.' Hunter......... .Txorris Mllia i
Russell H, Neilson ...,.. ;..S.ruce - S9 i lea1 ;ayth soresgo
REPORTERS _ 3u6'ib- rumors fly.
James D. Evin............ Ernest R. Eur os !Noliodii< believes the uk
David D. Hunting........ ...J, V. sweriey j ~ ebnetp li! f} .S
-BUSINESS STAFF#_X
A. R. Johnson, :Jr.......... Advertiing .nsii 'npigiLge
Emerson Smith ............Accoantant EyagntCmag Ioii
Laurence D. Bartlett.......irculation Mr "bell-Uwen hie was preident there
were le s special delivery stamps old
SATURDAY. NOVEMI311 han v er before. Boycott him."
Nigh Edior L-ste ~."His ecusin's aunt cheated a news-
______________b___hoyut o a nickel. Kill him."
_________ "HYcoipilexion doesn't match the
YOROPOTUITV x iktO House wals. Lynch him."
YOURPPORUNIY. NO R 1_''1'. = Vhy, wlen he was preXy of a col-
In calling for a refereuJwuu. LJ& ieg, e iu-lended a sevendilr year sen-
dent ocouncil has, taken a :t -,t' or for conjugating a Lithua.nian verb
forward. It will give trial to all'i sr l- xwitfli a lisp. Tramp on hi<; carcass"
ment of government whair~ Iotcer3iw .:X
ing a prominent, place in tha 'd V- tts . -ls{ eview ofth't Sitiiationr.
of all the leading national p-is =1fi> 1:IY,,:p. t Taft is sure to carry 35
year. This will give flt ltth'e ii vx uI - -,;Teody i coneded 25 states by
an opportunity to becomo nca (~i AIS t lus manZc s. Both are asolutey
in a practical way with sontelt iiit 1, z 'Irt fain of re-election unless Woodrow
will soon be in operation all ,octe d ai ,-: t'm to -it. Any one of the three
United States. tayi, we are confident, but which
It is indeed fortunate 1~3rt this * i n ?' That's the question. I don't
tial referendum is on a ra of cr i i n; Skxov, I bliouldn't wonder. -D2i).H.
ly interest to the student body. Mon- -X_.r
day's balloting will probably deter- Oh, You Saty Yu IDiagree?
mine whether the University of Mich~ The wearer of a Bull Moose button
!a.-n s t bereresnte bya an, looks apologetic; of a "Woody" em-
in the future or whether it is to droi blem, pathetic; of a "'G. 0. P." epiep-
out of existence. ( tic!-
This is not a "natter with a musi'- _X-
room growth. Tb, o c °.. ,uestion i All of which goes to 1prove-O(Nb4ze a4.
years old. It should be setti Th _. d_ -Of a tca paigt torh. being held utnder--
settled this year. 'Phe referendum pie- 9. budding beard.)
sents an opportunity for a correct ad ----- ---- -
significant expression of opinion froi)EVINCE GREAT INTEREST IN
those who have the best right to d- CROS (1TNI1Y RNIN LX.t
tide.
Every opportunity posible will b Interest in cross-country circles re-
given. to the students to cast a voe, mains un aitted since the opening of
Monday morning. Polls rill be placel
in every department building. A duty he seas'n and for the past few weeks
to vote is almost incumbent on every ietwree'i twenty-five and thirty men
student in the university. Before vot- have been ging ver the new course
ing every student should carefully with Captain H-aimba gh every day.
Weighi the two questions. The issue it It has been decided to hold the try-
clear-cut. outs one week, from Thursday and
MONDAY MORNING, REMEMBER. . his will give the team which wil be
-~ picked ample time to train for the
eastern meet, should conditions war-
V'. A,. WA14LIN OF GRAND) RAPIDS rant sending ai Michigan team to take
_PRAISES CHEFlISTRY COURSE, -part. Should Michigan be represent-
- -v ed at this me(,t at Cornell it will be as
"Yor cemitrydeprtmnt s oer-the most western school, and for this
whelming-ly big, much bigger than I reason it is desirous of sending a good
-expected," said V.* A. Wallin, proprie- representative team from Ain Arbor.
tor of the Wallin tannery of Grand Unless such, a one can be picked from
the squad !it training the trip to Itha-
Rapids. He visited the departmentc ilb
yesterday afternoon and delivered ar an il e called off entirely. Seven
men, if 2iiny, will make the journy and
address on "The Leather Industry and their shiwi-ar in the tryouts wil d-
Its Needs." in speaking of the de- cide whao wiltcompose the squad.
partment hie emphasized its adequacy
to prepare men for practical positions P'RF"bII ; OF SENIOR LAWS
n tannery laboratories and elsewhere. N IS EYCI I1I.:~
This was the third of a series of le- itENE COMT E1N
tures to chemical students. The next J J.j.,Kennedy, president of the se-
lecture will be delivered next WedneP,- ;r law-' class, has announcwed the ajl-
day by Dr. A. A. Templeton on "The pit~n ftefloig~~iite
Vianfacureof ubbr."Dr.Temle-men: ?social, L. W. Schroeder, ,chair-
on is vice-presidlent of the Morgan man, T. A. Benniehoff, V. T. Coikli,
and Wright Co. C. L.. Sweet, and J. S. McElroy fin-
arce. °commit ee: W. G Gilbert, chair-
feniirs Of Union Now -Naumber 2149 nia-a,3 G. C. Fuller, J. L. McDowell, J.
According to present' indications, R. Conley, C. A. Retan, an J. J. Ken--
Union membership figures will attain nwedy. These are all the committees'
he 2,300 mark this year. To date w'hich have been filled so far- and. the
,189 men have registered on the en- 'rest of the members will be chosen
ollment book., later.

Sftad o 319 E. Htxroim St.

Phone 9611

IiWe have the largest stork to select from
IIORINNELL BROS. 120-122 last Liberly St. a
IILowest prices qua lity copisidered,, giixe us ;t call.

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Ain Arbor Savings Dank Aldg. Second Floor

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Haveyo no ie that college styles are not
_______________a matter of, buttons, fancy
flaps, etc., but rather of plain rich effct and irdividualtfy.
That is the kind of cl otlies 'vceanmake.

All garmertts made
in our own: shops.

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