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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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VS. CORNELL

1 pick Michigan as the winner.,
from a winning line of good'.

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THE 1ICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
igan.
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,
z879.
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Editor-i to 3 p. m.;7 to =©
p. m. Business Manager-i to 3 p. m.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.50; by mail,
$3.00.
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
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912.
Night Editor-Lester.F. Rosenbaum.
OUR CONGRATULATIONS.
The Daily's athletic policy this year
has been a free and open one. Not'
once to the best of our ability has the
true condition of the team. been hid-
den under a false cloak; not once has
the team been given undeserved cred-
it. It is the.belief of this paper that
the students should know the facts
about their team and that they learn
these facts from their paper as well as
from other papers. We have been free
with criticism, both of' the team and
of individuals, not trying to.."bear,"
not seeking to give undue praise, rfot
trying to show any preference among
the men or playing favorites.
But now the season has come to its
close and the time for criticism is
past. The final test has come, and win
or lose, the season for congratulation,
for the placing of deserved credit, and

WE HATE to impose this wild riot of
wit and humor on the old grads back
for the game, BUT*** (Then there's
the space argument.)
No verse today. Time for the poetry
of MOTION.
Sh, Fems Around.
If "Bottles" had a carbuncle would
you Collette it a Boyle? -R.R.R.
Don't you care, girls. Even if he
did, you have your own little tickets.
-D.D.H.
Says the Old Grad, With Vehemence-
"Yes, that is the memorial fountain
our class gave to the school, but--"
"Party? Mere drop-the-kerchief to
one WE had-"
-X-
Had your boxing lesson this a. m.,
gents?
-X_.
These are the rare days when we are
overpowered 'with the joy of living
when Uncle-wires to the effect that he
can come today, and would like four
nice seats half way up the bleacher on
the 50-year line.

BUY A SWEATERbi9 the
We carry the Best Line of Auto Sweaters matte

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for honor, is here, regardless of past
criticism, regardless of what has
been said, The Michigan Daily points'
with pride to the men who have la-
bored so faithfully all fall, who have
trained, worked, and hoped that Mich-
igan might win. The campus realizes
that they have done their best, that
they have given their all for Michigan.
No man is perfect and no man is above
criticism in his playing but when men
"- have done their best it is all that can
... be asked.
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The criticism expressed through the
Daily columns has not been meant in
any ill feeling. It was for two purpos-
es, that the campus might know, and
that perhaps in some humble way,
this criticism might bear fruit. And
now through these same columns that
have criticised, The Daily congratu-
lates these men, and points to the cam-
pus that regardless of merit, they
are all real Michigan men, fighting
solely for Michigan, and should be
-. honored as such.

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For goodness sakes, when you have
parted with three bones 'for a cab,
don't neglect to mention in the hearing
of THE fem, with consummate nonchal-
ance, "Drive around to the port de
chere, Oscar." It seems that this is
the name for the new appendage to
the Union addition. (Not Oscar, but
port de, y' see.)
Climatical Lectures.
10:40--"In conclusion, I might say.
10: 50-"Finally, let me point out-"
10:55--"In the last place, I, will add
that-."
10:59-"As a concluding statement,
I would mention-"
10,:63-"You may go."
The annual crop of best girls is in
our midst. Figuratively, we open our
arms welcomingly.
Say what you wish, we're going to
have one moment of supreme bliss, and
spring it-
IT FILLS IN THE WHITE SPOTS.-
DAILY TO HAVE EXTRA ON
STREET WHEN GAME IS OVER.
With apologies for prima facie ego-
tism, today's Cornell-Michigan sport
extra of The Michigan Daily is prom-
ised as' the best extra ever put out by
the student paper. By arrangements
with the Michigan State Telephone
company, special wires from the press
stand to the Daily offices will enable
the special edition to make its appear-
ance on the streets as the crowds are
leaving the field.
As a souvenir, the Pennsylvania-
Michigan extra last year proved popu-
lar enough to quickly run out an edi-
tion of 2,500 copies. With this year's
extra more elaborate in the way of fea-
tures, the edition of 3,500 planned may
be insufficient to handle the demand.
Besides a full account of the game,
play by play, cuts of the team, coaches,
and players, there will also appear the
All-Class team, as selected by the
sporting staff.

FOREST
604 Forest

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TO BE OR NOT TO BE.
Failure threatens the block "M" in
its appearance today if a lot of people.
don't hustle over to the athletic asso-
ciation office this morning for flags. If
you hold a seat in that section get busy
and get a flag if you have not already
done so. That block "M" should be
perfect or it shouldn't appear at all.
JUNIOk' LITS TO HOLD PARTY.
New England Novelties Will be Fea-
tured at the Dance.
Junior lits will hold a New England
party in Barbour Gym November 22 at
7:15 p. m. Several novelties will be
unravelled that promise to make the
function a precedent in the line of so-
cials. New England ideas are to be
featured. The corners of the hall will
contain punch booths representing:
Plymouth Rock, the Mayflower, a Pur-
itan church and The Old Bookstore.
Maids in quaint New England gowns
will be ini charge.,
The ladies are to have charge of
their own programs and a social com-
mittee, especially arranged, will set
the dancers off in special sections that
are to be labeled so that no trouble
will be experienced in securing part-
ners.
The chaperones will include Prof.
and Mrs. Van Tyne and Prof. and Mrs.
John Brumm. Fischer's orchestra of
four pieces will officiate.
The tickets are 35 cents and can be
'had from the class comimttee.

IF MICHIGAN WINS SATURDAY,
and of course they will, REMEMBER
we have a stock of COW BELLS and
horns for celebration. H. L. Switzer
Co., 310 So. State. 38-40
Bunting in Michigan and Cornell
colors, 5 cents per yard at Mack & Co.
Ann Arbor Dye Works
French Dry and Steam Cleaning
8di 628 204 E. Washington St.
L. R. Wahl, Manager
EtastToaRoom
is the best place to go yourself and end
tertain your friends. All home cooking.
Meal tickets for sale. We cater for
banquets and parties.
109 E. Washington St.

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ned when good and rich'blood is circulating in our veins.
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food well prepared and well served will constitute the ingredients
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ood handled by the first man who calls himself cook is the poison
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Teacher's Enrollment Ended Yesterday
Fully 200 students had enrolled with
the teacher's appointment committee
up to 6:00 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
The period during which students were
permitted to enroll free is now ended
and hereafter a fee of one dollar will
be charged.
Zoological Staff Dines at Union.
Members of the zoological staff din-
ed yesterday noon at the Michigan Un-
ion.

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Day and Night.

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