THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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THE I CHIGAN 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 a
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Editor-i to 3 p. in.; 7 to jo
p. in. Business Manager-i to 3 p. in.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $z.So; by mail,
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; Davis
and Konald's Confectionary Store.
Phones: Bell and Home, 960.
Truly we are encouraged; the pro-
cess of educating the campus has cer-
tainly made great headway.
We were quite upset over the way
the staff was inverted in yesterday's
Have just received a shipment of the sweelest MTChIG AN STATION-
ERY we have ever had,
35c to 75c per box
Tailors and Importers
311 South State Street
We give special attention to
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100 cards from your card plate for 90C All work guaranteed
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before you purchase. We also have extra leaves
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Maurice Toulme..............News Editor
C. Harold Hippler............ .Assistant
Karl Matthews .............Athleti Editor
G. C. Eldredge .........Assistant
John Townley ...........Music and Drama
Leonard M. Rieser....................Files
Harold G. McGee Louis R. Haller1
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.............Ernest R. Burton
David D. Hunting...........J. V. Sweeney
A. R. Johnson,IJr..........Advertising Mgr.
Laurence D. Bartlett....Circulation Mgr.
Frank Pennell............Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard..........Business Manager
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1912.
Night Editor-Leo N. Burnett.
We wish to congratulate our con-
temporary, The Painted Window, upon
the fact that it is becoming quite con-
temporaneous as it were. Sometime
back in the dim past, the campus re-
alized that its wishes were not exact-
ly the controlling factor in university
management,-that the part it played
in university life was petty and artifi-
cial. It struck some of the students that
the university was instituted primari-
ly for their benefit, that they were
more interested than anyone else in
its management, that they were old,
enough to be allowed to take a hand
in their own control, that they would
develop into stronger and more capa-
ble men and women if they were npt
dictated to on all important matters,
and that university life would be de-
cidedly more valuable if their part in
it were not limited to affairs of slight-
ly greater importance than discussing
the aesthetic superiority of blue leath-
er dance programs over pink.
When this was fully realized, cer-
tain forces on the campus began work-
ing to bring about an improved state
of affairs. One of the first results was
the student council,-an institution
which has done little more than rep-
resent theicampus and work for a few
opportunities to make itself felt.
Through it, an attempt has been made
to clean up campus politics. More
important than this, steps have been
taken in the direction of letting the
student body play a more important
part in university affairs, and especial-
ly in overcoming the inertia which
has prevented this movement from
taking place, by -stimulating an inter-
est in affairs of more importance than
those with which the student body
He was an awful sport,
Played cards and rolled the dice;
Could hold much o'er a quart-
Was all around not nice.
Yet was he ever censured?
Was he called most vile and rude,
Before they did discover
That he was a college stude?
"Wish these authors would quit try-
ing to raise Hell," remarked the Red
One, as he glanced over the literary
review. and came upon the new soci-
ety novel, "The Uplift of Student Mor-
Learned Spoofing on ackinacs.
"We know not why it is that so many
of our young men have suddenly de-
cided to appear unpon our streets
wearing as an overcoat the plaid blan-
ket peculiar to the lumber-jack. We
see no reason for it. There is now
little lumbering to be done hereabouts,
and the ordinary long overcoat of com-
merce is quite easily obtainable at any
-Chicago Evening Post.
Student (at library)-I want the
"Red Ship," please.
Assistant-Why-I don't know of
any such book. You don't mean-
Stude-Gee, I always forget that. I
mean "The Rubaiyat."
Ads You Never See.
"The bill this week is nothing much,
but we would just as soon take your
"We use benzoate of soda as a pre-
servative and we otherwise doctor our
food, but we pass out swell cuss
words, and you should eat here."
"These. cigarettes are very dopey,
but there is a pretty pennant indeach
It is Ee sy to Recognize e.
Stxdio 319 E. Huron St.
New Popular Song Hit-I'M GOING AWAY
TEN CENTS PER COPY
+Ei IrTLL B.8ROS. 120-12Z E ast Ei be rty St.
IMPORTED AIINIA:I UKES
Each package ,
wants one 4# C
When you see
a . i .. , "-
Verticle and Reflex are the
Shadow Engineer's Drawing Lamp.
LBOR GAS COMPANY
OD Y DETROIT UNITED LINES
CARED FOR AND -
CURED Ann Arbor Time Table
erythng absolutely anti-
12 anm. 1-5 p.m-
921 EAST HURON Limited Cars for Detroit-7:12 a. m. and
PhoneT 891 hourly to 6:12 p. ,m., also 8:12 p. m.
Local Cars for Detroit-5;40 a. m., 6:40 a.
m., and every two hours to 6;40 p. m., 7:40
p. m., 8:40 p. m., 9:45 p. m., and 10:45 p .m
To Ypsilanti only. 11:15 p. nm., 12:15 p. m.
,hancs ank 12:30 p. i., 1:00 a. m,
hanics Bank Limited Cars for Jackson-7:46 a. m. and
Main Street every two hours to 7:46 p.m.
Local Cars for Jackson-5:20 a. m., ad
lus and Profits $61,000 1 every two hours to 9:20 p. m.. 11:15 p. m.
When you're Hungry Try
The St. James Cafe
had formerly occupied itself.
One of the most important steps
was taken when the athletic associa-
tion question was referred to the stu-
dents,-ngt that the question voted on
was of the greatest moment, but be-
cause the referendum will constitute
a test as to what part the, wishes of
the students are to be allowed to playi
in university life.
And now, a month after it has all
happened, our aforementioned con-
temporary comes along with the dis-
covery that, although it fails to see the
good in the attempts made thus far,-
and we admit that there is still plenty
of reason to find fault,-and although
it does not comprehend in the least
what the significance of these move-
ments may be, yet in spite of all this
it has at least attained to a dim con-
sciousness of the fact that there is
really no need for student life to be
vacuous and artificiatl, but that we
might just as well be turning out men
and women as well as pedants, by al--
lowing students the privilege of self-
"I should think those white pants
would be too cold" quotes the Campus
Scout at Illinois. Really, it's not so
much the trousers themselves, but-
Starved they said.
She's surely looking
Very much thinner.
Just a campus rule
At a modern school
Couldn't go home for
Having exuded today's clandestine
clarities, we adjourn.
The girl you call on in your home
town will know you have good taste
when you bring or send a box of Huy-
ler's. 214 S. Main St. Phone 57.
All cars in the future will stop at
Goodyear Drug Store. 1 tf
Bring in you dull razor blades to be
sharpened. Satisfaction guaranteed.
H. L. Switzer Co. 310 State St. tf
Open every evening until 9:30. Sun-
days from 9:30 to 12:30, 1:30 to 3:30
only. Lyndon's kodaks, films, flash-
lights. 719 N. University. Sun&Fri
You want something ,to remember
Saturday's vietory. Nothing so good
as a Cornell Poster Program. 43-4-5
Forest Lawn Tea Room-Orders
taken for after theater or concert
lunches. Phone 1238-J, 604 Forest
Ave. eod tf
and Club Dinners
and Short Orders
Ie L I R I N1
I cIG.AR E T T .S
Sunday Chicken Dinners
Call thegame! Tell it in the grands
stand! Shout it on the side-lines!
ZUBELDAS are here !
WHY CALL THEM ZUBELDAS?
Because not long ago the Khedive of Egypt took a
new, young wife.
Her name is Zubelda.
" You can't describe her," sighs the Khedive,"because
there was never anything like her. She's a poem, a
little mountain brook, a rose garden, a -
Well, that's the lady we named Zubeldas after.
Because Zubeldas are just like that.
are served in best of style at
Also dinners,lunches and refreshments
Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.- Saturdays till
OrchestraSaturdays--Noon and Evening
Lots of tie space, easy
to put on or take off.
15 cen r"-2.for 25 cents
Cluett, Peabody & Co., Makers, Troy, N. Y.
Academy of Dancing caIneY
s Tuesday, Nov. 19th. Register now. You can learn to
n. Tui ion $3.00. For informntion call at Academy or
AS IT SOUNDS
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onfectionery. Ice cream soda de luxe. Candy of all
N o We do not send your order to the city to be cut and made. Nor
do we cut and fit you here and then send away to be con
pleted. We cut and make everything right here. A look at our gar-
ments will convince you. Try us.
WAGNER & CO.
b TATE STREET
STUDENTS, PARTIES, ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
1 MAIN STREET
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