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THE ilIC JIGAN 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
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
Office Hours: Editor-i to 3 P.i.; 7 to 1o
p. m. Business Manager-i to 3 p. mn.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.50; by mail,
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; Davis
and Konald's Confectionary Store.
Phones: Bell and Home, 96o.
Frank Pennell...........Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard.........Business Manager
Maurice Toulme..............News Editor
C. Harold Hippler........... .Assistant
Karl Matthews ...... ....Athletic Editor
0. C. Eldredge ................. Assistant
oin Townley...... ....Music and Drama
eonard M. Rieser.................Files
Harold G. McGee Louis R. Haller
Howell Van Auken Maurice Myers
H. Beach Carpenter .. Fred B. Foulk
Morton R. Hunter.........Morris Millian
Russell H. Neilson..........Bruce J. Miles
James D. Evlin............Ernest R. Burton
David D. -Hunting ........... J. V. Sweeney
A. R. Johnson, Jr.........Advertising Mgr.
Laurence D. Bartlett.......Circulation Mgr.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1912.
Night Editor-Fred B. Foulk.
REMEMBER TO VOTE.
The first referendum ever held on
the campus comes tomorrow morning.
Should the student body take care
of the financing of the band trip. in the
future, or should the athletic associa-
tion, is the question. For years the
band has been kicked around until this
year matters have reached a climax.
The Michigan Daily believes that the
association should provide for the
band. We firmly believe that it falls
within the scope of athletics. The stu-
dent body, however, should carefully
weigh both sides, and vote according-
Should this referendum bring out
the vote, it will undoubtedly result in
direct student suffrage on matters of
vital importance arising in the future.
Any student who fails to vote should
have a better than ordinary excuse.
The fact that he happens to have no
classes tomorrow morning is not an
excuse for non-appearance at the:
In behalf of what seems to us, the
best interests of the school, REMEM-
BER TO GET UP TO THE CAMPUS
TOM6RROW AND VOTE.
IF THE CONGREGATION will please
rise an6 tack on the off-day bored ex-
presh, we will push the self-starter
and be off.,
We Didn't Write it, But It's Good Any.
Hark now the doleful,anguished sound
From campus ground to campus
"Poor Yalevard couldn't beat a drum-
Her line is weak-her backs' are
The Yarvard squad is on the fritz
And every coach is having fits;
Nineteen are crippled-heavy' crimp-
And sixteen more are on the limp.
"Alas for Penceton on the dead-
She couldn't trim a flower bed;"
"And Princilvania-holy smoke-
From end, to end her line's a joke;"
"Misconsin loses twelve star men,
Who probably can't get in again;"
"At Wichigan in dump despair
Cou'ch Yost is yanking out his hair.'"
O doleful wail-O anguished sound-
From campus ground to campus
Where "scrub elevens in great glee
Are mopping up the varsi-tee,"
Some day, if they keep up these tears,
In ten or fifteenthousand years,
They'll slip' across "a wrecked team"
And cross some Sewing Circle yet.
-New York Mail.
Whispered Fem, Commonplaces.
"Well, for goodness' sakes, looka
this face comin'."
"Yes, but if you'd seen him in De-
troit in the condition I did."
"Over with the table-cloth, girls-
Harry's staying for lunch."
If it requires a Kipling dictionary to
translate that "Nabi Baksh" line of
talk, we'll be constrained to put forth
a young library to help loyal scint-
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STOCKINGS for 25c worth much more
UNION SUITS for $3.50 so good you'll nev
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We won, didn't we?.
'what we did last night.
we couldn't get in.
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Guess Who Sprung It? ,
Who rises at the break of day,
And classward wends his weary way,
And stays until the Sun's last ray?
Who is it works from morn till night,
On physics, statics and the like;
And studies til the dawn's first light?
Who was it carried the log-log slide,
And worked mechanics til he sighed.
And wished that, ere this, he had died?
Who is it when HE'S dead and gone
Will sit up late and bone;
And Will not quit until he's done?
NS, %ORNS CARED FOR AND
MWN 'NAILS CURED
te Feet also taught Everything absolutely ant-
. Office Hours 9-12 a.m. 1-5 p.m
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Ann Arbor Time Table
Limlte4 care for Detrolt-7:12 a. m. and
hourly to 6:12 p. W., also 8:12 p. M.
Local Care for Detroit--5;40 a. 6. :40 a.
m., and every two hours to 6;40 p. m., 7:40
p.m'., 8:40 p. in., 9:45p. m., and 10:45, i
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12:30 p. M., 1:00 a. i, .
Limite Cars frack.o-7:46 a. m. and
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Local Cars for Jacksoa-5:20 a. in., and
every two hours to 9:20 p. m., 11:15 p. m.
Surplus and Profits $67,0001
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)TE FLUKE SAVES DAY
FOR WOLVERINE WARRIORS.'
(Continued from page 1.)
's best work was in line plung-
ut it was not the pffensive work
uth Dakota but their defensive
that stamped them as a good
Coyotes Start Strong.
Coyotes kicked off to Michigan
art the game and on the second
Thomson punted over Coffee's
the ball rolling to the goal and
thought that the Dakota man
uched it before Pontius fell on it
d the line. The referee ruled
wise and the ball was put in play
e 20 yard line. Sheeks tore off
rd's on an end run and then punt-
Michigan made first down but
not repeat and Thomson punted
. This time Imlay sprang into'
melight and made 40 on an end
Forward passes were tried by
sides in this quarter but none
eded and the ball was in the mid-
the field most of the time. Mich-
made short gains but couldn't
the necessary distance and South
a made one or two big gains but
team had the advantage, the
ending 0 to 0.
"WE DID WORRY."
Looks as if the South Dakota prai-
ries grew something besides wheat,
jack-rabbits and coyotes, namely foot-
ball teams. It is almost certain that
some of this student body of ours grew
several years older yesterday all in
the short space of four football quar-
ters, each. one of which was as nerve,
racking as the usual trials of a decade.
The maize and blue team met a wor-
thy foe and conquered only when de-
feat seemed absolutely certain. South
Dakota had a great team and it fought
every minute. Such a defeat is no
disgrace and the showing the South
Dakotans made has left an impression
that will long remain in the traditions
of Ferry field.
STUDENTS GOING HOME TO
VOTE WILL BE EXCUSED.
All men who go home to vote Will be
excused. from the classes which they
are compelled to miss, according to
President Harry B. Hutchins. These
absences will be handled, however, by
the various departments and those who
go home to vote must show document-
ary evidence that they have done so
before they will be excused.
All amateur prints are made from 3
to 5 cents at Hoppe's. 29
The Lord help those who help:
Starting the second qurter Craig
sprinted for 25 yards from a fake punt
and by short gains Michigan took the
ball to South Dakota's 25 yard line
where Huebel dropped back for a place
kick. It went wide however, and the
Coyotes started play on their 20 yard
line. South Dakota failed to gain and'
punted to the middle of the field. Craig
made 6 yards and then Michigan fum-
bled, Dakota recovering on Michigan's
45 yard line. A forward pass netted
20 yards, the 'Michigan secondary line
of defense not seeming to solve the
play and failing to follow the men
back in an attempt to get the ball.
South Dakota tried two line plays for
a loss and then uncorked another pass,
Aldrich to Sheeks and a touchdown
resulted. The punt was poor and they
were not allowed to try for a goal.
On the kickoff Dakota worked a double
pass and Imlay nearly got clear
but did not bring the ball to Michi-
gan's 20 yard line where he fumbled
'and Michigan recovered. On a for-
ward pass formation Craig made 35
yards around end. A fake and two
(Continued on page 3)
A Choice Bit in the Tattler
Everyone enjoys the college paper-and a Fatima
60 Fatima coupons will secure a white satin pillow
lop, 24 in. square, decorated with handsomely
pointed flowers -12 designs to selefi from.
E. Z. asks if that barber shop chord
has anything to do with the fact that
tonsorialists try to rope 'y in for a
'singe? (Rather complicated, we'd say,'
but passable on an off day.)
Stop! Look! Listen to that score!
Curry's Condition is Favorable.
The condition of R.J. Curry, '12-'14L,
who was operated on for appendicitis
yesterday at Dr. Breakey's hospital,
was reported last night as being fa-
We will give a Class Toque Free
with every purchase of Men's
Sweater Vest or Rain Coat, or
with other purchases aggregat-
ing $5 in our Men's Furnishings
Officialeoques for all classes
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Cerele Francais Meet Monday Night,
The Cercle Francais will hold a reg-
ular meeting Monday evening at 8:00
o'clock in the society rooms. The pro-
gram for the year will be discussed.
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