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T HE 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,
1879.
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Editor- to 3 p. m.; 7 to 10
p. m. Business Manager-- 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 Ronald's Confectionary Store.
Phones: Bell and Home, 960.
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
EDITORIALS
Harold G. McGee Louis R. Haler
Howell Van Auken Maurice Myers
NIGHT EDITORS
H. Beach Carpenter Fred B. Foulk
Morton R. Hunter ..........Morris Milligan
Russell H. Neilson ..........Bruce J. Miles
REPORTERS
James D. Evlin ............Ernest R. Burton
David D Hunting...........J. V. Sweeney
BUSINESS STAFF
A. R. Johnson, Jr.........Advertising Mgr.
Emerson Smith...............Accountant
Laurence D. Bartlett......Circulation Mgr.
Sherwood Field
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26,1912.
Night Editor--Bruce J. Miles.
MICHIGAN'S ATHLETICS.
In almost an insant, the air as be-
come charged with talk of Michigan's
return to athletic relations with the
big. universities in the West. Back of
all the rumors and four-column met-
ropolitan speculations, is the cold
simple fact that outside of those who
have been in conference, no one knows
what the outcome is to be, and prob-
ably no accurate knowledge will be
available until after the meeting of
the Western Conference in Chicago
on Friday.
Out of the complexity and perplex-
ity of the situation arise what will
probably be accepted as agreed facts.
First, it is highly desirable that Mich-
igan resume athletic relations with the
big universities in the West. Second-
ly, the difference in opinion hinges en
tirely on the method to be employed in
effecting that resumption.
Three, possibly four, points of dif-'
ference differentiate Michigan's ath-
letic policy from the policy of the
"Big Nine." Michigan maintains a
training table. The Conference pro-
hibits its use. We play Eastern
schools. The Conference, by a ruling
passed last January, can also sched-
ule games with the East, although they
have not done this up to date. The
Conference schools must each -year
book four football games with the
other Conference schools and rotate
their schedules in such a way as to
include -all other Conference schools
at least once ina certain period of
time. Michigan has no limitations of
this character. Michigan's fresh team
can play games out in the state. Every
Conference Fresh team is confined to
its own campus.
Press dispatches from Chicago say
that in the event of Michigan's return,
the matter of the training table is to
be amicably settled. If so, this would
eliminate one great obstacle. THE
NECESSITY OF A TRAINING TABLE
AT MICHIGAN IS AS VITAL AS EV-
ER BEFORE AND SHOULD NOT BE
GIVEN UP.
Michigan could still keep her east-
ern games under Conference rulings,
if we interpret these rulings rightly.

Eastern games are a desirable thing,
and it cannot be doubted but that the
alumni and student bodies at the big
western universities so regard them.
THE WESTERN UNIVERSITIES
SHOULD HAVE THE PRIVILEGE
OF EASTERN GAMES IF THEY DE-
SIRE THEM.
The rotation plan of the Confer-
ence is a two-sided,many headed ques-
tion, as has been evidenced by the
problems it has occasioned at the
Conference colleges this year. For
example after having defeated Min-
nesota for the Conference champion-
ship, Wisconsin was compelled to hold
training a week longer this season on
account of a game scheduled with in-
ferior Iowa.
In regard to outside games for the
fresh teams, the difference in Mich-
igan and Conference rulings, is, we
take it, incidental to the big issues.
If Michigan can schedule games
with the West without reentering the
Conference, there seems no necessity
of the latter. If she can't, it is either
a continuance of our present policy
of games with both the East and the
West, or back to an alliance, which in
its present status, has and will con-
tinue to make Michigan men divide
rabidly as to its desirability.
Until after the Conference meeting,
there remains little to be done, as the
course Michigan's representation will
pursue at this meeting, is already de-
termined in all probability.
THEATRICAL CIRCLES.
"The Common Law."
Robert W. Chamber's famously suc-
cessful book, "The Common Law," has
in the dramatization preserved not
only all of the salient features of the
author's purpose but has rather been
enhanced in general interest by the
addition of a number of deft touches
designed especially with the object of
holding dramatic interest. "The Com-
mon Law" will have a hearinghupon
the stage of the Whitney tonight.
"The Only Sony"
The showers of praise which follow
the presentation of "The Only Son" in
various cities have convinced Thomas
W. Ross that in the new Winchell
Smith play he has secured a vehicle
better for the display of his dramatic
talents than either "The Fortune
Hunter," "The Travelling Salesman,"
or "Checkers," in which he created
the title parts. "The Only Son" ap-
pears at the Whitney tomorrow night.
"The Prince of Pilsen."
"The Prince of Pisen," the most
popular and successful musical com-
edy in a decade, is scheduled for an
engagement at the Whitney Theater,
Thanksgiving day, matinee and night.
It is the best of all musical come-
dies, and Manager Henry W. Savage
is making its present tour a notable
one by reason of the unusual strength
of the company, its magnitude in num-
bers and elaborate character of its
scenic and costume equipment.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
Fresh medic class meeting this af-
ternoon.
Botanical Journal club meets at
8:00 o'clock this evening in room 106
south wing University hall.
Thanksgiving meeting at 5:00 o'clock
in Newberry hall. All university wom-
en invited.
Gargoyle business staff meeting at
5:00 p. m. All collections must be in.
Fresh lit class meeting in Tappan
hall at 3:00 o'clock.
Intercollegiate Socialist society
meeting at Unitarian church at 8:0(l
o'clock this evening.

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We give special attention to
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Ann Arbor Savings Bank Bldg. Second Floor

Aona Arbor, Mich.

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Ann Arbor Dye Works
French Dry and Steam Cleaning
B ell 628 204 E. Washington St.
L. A. Wahl. Manager
Byron Paschal, '16E, Has Appendicitis
Byron Paschal, '16E, is suffering
from appendicitis at the University
Hospital. His parents are now on the
way here from Blissfield, Mich. Pas-
chal will probably be operated upon as
soon as they arrive.
John Bruce, manager of the soph
lit track team, was badly cut on the
forehead yesterday by a fall in his
room at 224 S. Thayer street. Three
stitches were taken in dressing the
wound, which is healing rapidly.
If Golf is to .4***
be talked of K
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DISTINCTIVE PAT' 1 RNS I I BFI CT I IT

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University Ave.

teal Restaurant open, after having undergone some remodeling and imps-o
necessary in the premises, based always on the same principles of
Pxxre anid Gen4ine Food
Edilceted Cooks and
Strict Cleanliness
eess in life depends on a strong and resourceful mind; but a strong and re-
fal mind is living on a strong andhealthy body.
5th is obtained when good and rich blood is circulating in our veins.
w do we get the blood? Easy to answer! From the food we are consuminz.
d genuine food' ell prepared and well served will constitute the ingredients
e blood. will build up a strong constitution and a sound mind and will bring
cess in life.
3 and stale food handled by the first man who calls himself cook is the poison
iced gradually in our system. If you don't feel that poison now you will feel
on when the results of the affection of your stomach will make you a slave
lifferent pills and other medicines. .
We claims to oter high-class cooking and high-class service
s at popular prices
Wchen open for inspection to all visitors.

EARL & WILSON
Makers of Red-Man Collars

Our Clothes

ajest i
Matinee
TODAY
Reserve Seats Now

are made of superior materials by
skilled tailors right here in our own
shop. There is more money for the
Merchant Tailor in clothes made out of tcwn
but the lasting and the satisfactory qualities are
lacking.

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DETROIT UNITED LINES
Ann Arbor Time Table
Limited Cars for Detroit-7:12 a. m. and
hourly to 6:12 p. in., also 8:12 p. mn.
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.:in., 9:45 p. mn., and 10:45 p.,im
To Ypsilanti only. 11:15 p. in., 12:15 p. m.
12.30 p.m.,1:00 A. i.
Limited Cars for Jackson-7:48 a. m. and
every two hours to 7:46 p. m.
Local Cars tar Jackson-5:20 a. m., ad
every.two hours to 9:20 p m., 11:15 p. m.

stores and have our expert
demonstrate just what the
champions use-and how.
If you can 't call then send
for our. 1912 catalogue-a
perusal of which will show
you how complete is our
line of Golf requisites, and all
of SPALDING QUALITY,
that is, the best of their kind.

Thanksgivings Day

Matinee and Night

WAGNER & CO.

EXTRA!
This Afdernoon.,n
I addiNigh t Vdil
The Grotto of Torture
In addition to Vaudeville

Tailors

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