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THE MIOHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
tublished 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-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Editor- to 3 p."i.; 7 to o
p. m. Business Manager- to 3 p. .
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.5o; by mail,
Went Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; Davis
and Konald's Confectionay 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
G. C. Eldredge..........Assistant
John Townley . .......Music and Drama
Leonard M. Rieser.................Files
Harold G. McGee Louis R. Haller
Howell Van Auken Maurice Myers
H. Beach Carpenter Fred B. Foulk
Morton R. Hunter........Morris Milligan
Russell H. Neilson .......Bruce J. Miles
James D. Evlin.............rnest R. Burton
David D. Hunting...... .. .J. V.- Sweeney
A. R. Johnson, Jr..... Advertising Mgr.
Emerson Smith ..... ....Accountant
Laurence D. Bartlett......Circulation Mgr.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1912.
Night Editor-Fred B. Foulk.
Members of the editorial staff and
tryouts meet this morning in Daily
rooms at 11:00 o'clock.
WILL THE ATHLETIC ASSO.
CIATION CONFORM TO THE
WISHES OF ITS MEMBERS?
THE FACULTY AND THE STUDENT.
In theory the Michigan Union affords
an opportunity for students and facul-
ty men to get acquainted with each
other. In the past, unfortunately,
this has not been much more than a
theory. In order to change this state
of affairs, it is planned to extend a
special invitation each week to the
faculty of a different department to be
present at a Sunday afternoon meet-
ing. All faculty men will, of course,
be welcome every Sunday, but it is
hoped that a special effort will be
made by each man to be present on
the day when his department is in-
We realize that things pile up so.
quickly in university life, that the big
nen on the faculty are in danger of
being swamped by petty dtals, but
we believe that an aft on spent
with the students now a en in an
informal way, is far fro ' waste of
ime even for the busies en.
In his speech at the first Union ban-
quet President Hutch ns lamented the
fact that the university had grown so
arge that it was no longer possible
for the professors to invite all the stu-
dents to their homes. The Sunday af-
ernoon meetings at the Union should
offer a solution of this difficulty to all
hose who are sincerely desirous of be-
oming better' acquainted with their
tudents. From the s'andpoint of the
tudents we may say that we hope
hat there are a great many men on
he faculty who will show their desire
o know us better.
CIVIL ENGINEERS LEAVE FOR
POWER DAM OBSERVATIONy$
The remainder of the 16 civil engi-
eers who are to assist in power dam
bservations on the Au Sable river
eft Thursday for Five Channels Point,
with Mr. H. F. French of the engineer-
ng department in charge. The first
party left last Wednesday morning
and will return with the others after
.four days' stay. The party will as-
ist in surveying river courses and in
esting the turbine station of the Com-
monwealth Railway Power and Light
Company at Five Channels Point.
Mineral baths at Ypsilanti will ben-
fit all kinds of Rheumatism. 34
MULTIFARIOUS and incessant en-
tries for the "miss, kiss, bliss, this"
disportment make necessary the proc-
lamation that nothing more is stirring
along that line.
Only a Plumber's Daughter.
I stood in line for days and days;
I wrote-but by the rood!
My seat was by the five-yard line-
You see I'm just a stude. H.R.S
With a new brand of cigarettes be-
ing invented and promulgated every
day, what's the use of paying sheckels
(Being a treatise on what's in ajiame.)
If the ferns other guys get for you
were only as class as the way the in-
veiglers describe them.
If a kind Providence would furnish
slip-ons to keep the water off Ann Ar-
The fiery depths for the stude what
suggests that the scaffold on the law
building is for the purpose of execut-
ing a deed.
Soap springs eternal from the hu-
man chest. (Deep stuff.)
Him-Oh, he's got a fiery disposition
It--Sure. But he can't hold a candle
to a box of dynamite.
I have two quarters of the vintage
of 1837. Is that a coin-cidence?
A choice bale of copy paper to the
ngan who can tell us what "Whitey"
Otis says between his nostrils and his
moustache when the crowd refuses to
yell. Doubtless good Scint stuff.
The implement with which we rake
our brain having been broken a cratch-
Alpha Nu Holds Tryouts Tonight.
The Alpha Nu society will hold their
preliminary; tryouts for the Varsity de-
bate at 7:45 o'clock this evening in the
society's rooms in University hall.
PROF. SOARES LECTURES
TO CHINESE STUDENTS.
Seventy letters signed by Professors
T. E. Rankin and J. Raleigh Nelson
were sent out yesterday to the mem-
bers of the Chinese Students' club, in-
viting them to attend the first of the
series of lectures to be given in Mc-
Millan hall on questions regarding
Christian ethics and teachings which
have puzzled them.
This lecture will be given by Prof.
Theodore G. Soares, professor of re
ligious education at Chicago Univer-
sity, who is regarded as one of the
ablest thinkers of western universities.
Prof. Soares will discuss the list of
questions sent in by the Chinese stu-
dents in response to the circulars they
received last week, inviting frank
statements of their int- llectual or spir-
The discussions will also be given in
McMillan hall weekly on Sunday at
3:00 o'clock, and is to be led by men
of national repute as American think-
ers and educators.
Fresh Dents Adopt Constitution.
The present fresh dent class con-
sisting of 110 members, is the largest.
which has ever eptered that depart-
ment at the first meeting held Thurs-
day afternoon, the constitution was
adopted and the committees were nam-:
ed by the president, R. Brown. The
chairmen are as follows: social com-
mittee-W. H. Wood; auditing commit-
tee- W. P. Gibson ; finance committee
-A. C. Boster; advisory iommittee-
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