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THE ICHIGAN DAILY
Official new spaper 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-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Editor-i to 3 p. m.; 7 to to
p. m. Business Manager-i to 3 p. m.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.50; by mail,
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
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Phones: Bell and Home, 96o.
Frank Pennell ........Managing. Editor
Joseph Fouchard .. ....Business Manager
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1912.
Night Editor-David D. Hunting.
THE NEED OF FACTS. .
After a one-hour combined cultured
perusal and sob session with our
Painted Window, we are in a fine fettle
to dispense some of this hysteric-pro-
Began your fast on neckties yet, in
preparation for the annual Xmas del-
"Hair-cutting as an art-not a trade.
Rempfer's, Y. M. C. A. building."
-Yale Daily News, Nov. 13.
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The question as to Michigan's ath-
letic situation and policy has been pre-
cipitated. The same question has been
present in years past. This year it
has kindled into unparalleled flame.
In regard to this question, The Mich-
igan Daily has yet to construct the
planks of a platform. We stand as we
believe the Michigan student body
stands-in the position of pupil. We
want to learn, with the student body,the
facts. When .we have the facts, and
then only will this paper make a stand,
and that stand wil be in accordance
with what seems to be the unquestion-
ed weight of opinion among the Mich-
igan alumni and student bodies.
The launching of this publicity cam-
paign will take place within the next
two weeks. We ask your co-operation
and assistance in the gathering of ma-
terial that will result in a comprehen-
sive view of the whole subject. This
problem has been tinkered with and
maltrepted long enough; what it most
needs is genuine renovating all the
way through. What we are after is
If you have ideas or suggestions or
Jints or information,. one way or the
other, the same would be welcome ad-
ditions to our small but growing stock
A few rays of sunlight often pene-
trate into the deepest of tangles, and.
knowledge should be the ray of sun-
light in this athletic tangle.
I dare you to come out in the open,
admit your nativity, and run this-
A Wild Night in Rockford.
(From the Rockford Star)
It was not until after 10:00 o'clock
that the last of the merry-makers left
the clubhouse, all declaring that such
pleasant events as that of last night
have a tendency to make the season
appear entirely too short.
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DETROIT UNITED LINES
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Limited Cars for Jackson-7:46 a. m. and
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Local Cars for Jackson- :20 a. w., ad
every two hours to 9:20 p. mn., 11:15 p. m.
Prescott Club to Watch Glass Blower.
The November meeting of, the
Prescott club will be -held Thursday
afternoon at 4:00 o'clock in the amphi-
theatre of the chemical building. How-
ard L. Cox, glass blowing expert of the
Frederick Stearns Co., of Detroit, will
give an exhibition of glass blowing, ac-
companied Wy an explanatory
lecture by Dr. S. C. Lind of the
chemistry department. Anyone inter-
ested in the subject is invited to at-
CHESS AND CHECKERS CLUB
WILL PLAY TWO MATCHES.
The Chess and Checkers club is
playing another correspondence chess
match with the University of Chicago.
The fact that each side won a game
last year, stimulates interest in the
present series. Exchanging moves
twice a week, the club will work on the
game at regular intervals.
Arrangements are being completed
for a set with the University of Illi-
nois and it is probable that a team
will be sent to Chicago during the
Christmas holidays for a match across
At the last meeting the club elected
the following officers: president, W.
B. Goodenow, vice-president, S. W. Sy-
mons; secretary, E. Storken; treas-
urer, W. Miller.
Gives Address to Detroit Physicians.
Doctor C. A. Burrett of the Hom-
eopathic department spoke Monday ev-
ening in the Detroit Young Men's
Christian Association on the subject,
"The Systoscope and the Skyogram."
The address was given before the De-
troit Practitioners club, an organiza-
tion composed of physicians of that
Maybe the eagles didn't scream
some on the running-track last night.
"Yes, but he always chews Sen Sen
before he comes up."
"Oh yes,-I had several invitations,
but I was too tired to go."
"Sure-she looks fine on the street.
But I've seen her in the gym."
F. H. Canaday is a reporter on the
Harvard Crimson. Too much for
health, we'd say.
One enterprising class is to give a
New England party. At which they
play of encuragement to the Varsity.
In conclusion we might add-but
then again on second thought we will
"obey that impulse.
EXPONENTS OF MANLY ARTS
PLAN TO HIRE GYMNASIUM.
A meeting of all those Intereste i in
the sports of fencing and boxing has
been called by the Fencers' club for
this evening at the Michigan Union at
7:30 o'clock. Plans are to be discuss-
ed for the hiring of a private gymna-
sium for several hours each week and
the engaging of Major Burdette to
train those interested in the sports of
fencing and boxing in the subtilities
of the arts.
Lindner is Not Yet Out of Danger.
The condition of Alfred Lindner, '16,
remains critical. For a time there
were good reasons to believe he would
recover as he continued to improve ev-
ery day. Yesterday he seemed worse
and the poison has so thoroughly sat-
urated his system that it is impossi-
ble to tell if he will be able to with-
stand it. Two of his brothers, as well
as his father, are now with him.
Senior Women Plan to Hold Luncheon
Vice-president Ruth Davis of the
senior lit class requests that all wom-
en who signed for the luncheon tick-
ets get them before Friday so tnat
proper arrangements can be made.The
first luncheon will be held Saturday
noon at the Union after which the floor
will be cleared and all who wish may
spend the afternoon in dancing.
Mrs. Hussey Leaves to Join Husband.
Mrs. Hussey, wife of Prof. W. J. Hus-
sey of the astronomical department,
left Sunday for New York city on her
way to Argentina, where she will join
her husband who has charge of the
observatory at La Plata. Mrs. His-
sey has always taken a great interest
Sin women's work in the university,
and has recently been active in the
campaign for women's dormitories.
She will remain with her husband for
on te fdt o
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