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TH9 MICHIO0AN DAILY

[1 or Winter

Suit from the

city. D~ress Suits a specialty

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Co.

THE MfICIORAN 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,
1 879.
Offices:* Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, 2Maynard Street.
Office Hlours: Editor-i to 3 P. in.; 7 to 10
p. in. Business Manager-i to 3 p. in.-
Subscription Price : By carrier, $2.30 ; by mail,
$3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy; University Pharmnacy; Davis
and Konald's Confectionary Store.
Phones: Bell and Home, 96o.

Evidently we are the butt of the
office slogan: "It pays to take in ad-
vertising."
THIS REDUNDANT residuary of
redundancies would welcome a few
choice morsels for the Thanksgiving
number.

Tailors and Importers
811 south state street

Have just received a shipmen o t .s'.> ' - ll( 1 T lN-
ERY we have ever had.
35c #o 5 c prboax
We give special attention to
Engraving AiWI PltePins
100 cards from your card p P 9c\_or 2aa^';e
WA HR
Unive.sity , ookstore

Books

Book is the best on the Market for the money.
before you purchase. We also have extra leave,
ed. If you have not had a scrap book befor~e start

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S T U DENT BOO K ST OR E

Came Back
ph for thousands
n fit your back so
Come Back.
terle
Liberty Street

CARDS - PROGRAMS -STATIONERY
® WRITE
FOR
PRAYINSAM PLES
GREGORY MAYER & THOM Co. DETROIT, MICH
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Frank Pennell .... r.....Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard ..... .....Busirness ,Manager
Maurice Toulme ... .....News Editor
C.~ Harold Hippler w..............Assistant
Karl Matthews ..............Athletic Editor
G. C. Eldredge ,..'.Assistant
John Townley...........,Music and Drama
Leonard M. Rieser ........ ...........Files
EDITORIALS
Harold iG. McGee Louis R. Haller
Howell Van Auken Maurice Myers
NIGHT EDITORS
H. Beach Carpenter - Fred B. Foulk
Morton R. Hunter ...,....... Morris Milligan
Russell.i 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 P. Bartlett......Circulation Mgr.
Sherwood Field.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1912.
Nigh~t Editor-Leo N. Burnett.
SCHOLARSHIP AN INDEX.
In'the current number of the Scrib-
nier's Magazine, Paul van Dyke makes
public some interesting statistics re-
lating to accomplishments in after life
of men who attained high scholarship
records while in college. The scope
of his investigation included eighty-
five classes from five representative
institutions of learning in the east,
containing four hundred and forty-
three honor men of first rank. Of
!these .len~, in 1911, the names of one
hundred and thirty-one, appeared in
"W ho's Who." After deducting for sev-
enty-five deceased, and seventy-nine
who had not yet reached the average
of admittance into "Who's Who," he
found that about one in two of these
honor Mnen attained the distinction
named. After similar corrections in
the case of honor men of second rank,
from the same classes of three of
these institutions, he found the names
of one in four in "Who's Who."
Assumning these men= to be ahiong
the most brilliant in the country, two
facts appear: first, in nmore emphatic
terms than the average undergradu-
ate is wont to admit, that the capacity
for close study is important among
the qualifications of a successful
man; and second, that this qualifica-
tion is not an absolute guarantee of
einence, otherwise all of the four
hundred and forty-three would have
been admitted There are necessarily
.several other qualities in addition, in-
eluding initiative, persistence and a.
dominant personality. Scholarship
alone, save as it promises these, is of
little value.
Nevertheless, in light of present
ten dencies among undergraduates, aa
considerable over-emphasis on scho-
lastic attainment is not out of place,
eing atmeans of overcoming the undue
stress which most of us have been
placing on the acquisition of the other
qualities. Those, however, who pur-
sue the reasonable course, will broad-
en their point of view. to include a
recognition of the values. of all of
them, and then apportion their ener-
gies wherein they are weakest.

Ad Infinitum in Fiction.%
First Stude-Lend me a dollar.
Second Stude--Sure!
"[t's all in a life time," ejaculated
the Ingelsoll convicted of killing au
idle hour.
For Which We Are Truly Thankful.
1. Miss five recitations Thursday.
2. Hourly interurbans to :Detroit.
3. Vacation only 576 'hours away.
Dear Scinty:-May I make so bold
as to inquire if you are going to print
those jokes I sent you several eras
ago? If not, please hand them 'over
to the Gargoyle. -P. _u F.
. (Editorial Bulletin;--Our cont~mI3
orary contemptv ously declines to. act
in the role of a drainage canal for the.
Colyum.)
What Drives Editors to Drink.
(Being a number of ext racts from the-
Stude Direct rix.)
*Kegham Chutjiam, Michelangelo
Converso, Harold Corsett, Wynter
Dalzell, Hem Das Gupita, Roman Go-
cheski, Vuente Gullermety, Mary Wag-
gonei, Srabion Gurigian F'elice Hab-
ersliche, Lewis Heller, Do.nald' Kis-
kadaden,Gajrabed Hagop Koc vum'j'iafl,
Reec Obertuffer, Ih H. Si, Einar Siv-
ula.
And the Ypsi list shows :a Mary.
Bury and Mabel Bibbe, as well1 as the
two Angell girls.
Diary of an Ifni mpression able.
Tues.; Nov. 26.-Goot sight of another
little queen this a. inm. Not soi class as
the damne with we~ orange feather-
but right there. ,,Followed her itnfo the
library, but she. niet a lanter-facfid
mutt there and w-alked off withi hi m
Read Virginibus Puerisque all even,-
ing.
So saying, he hied himself henuce
to primp, up for a mid-semester.
Foresters Plan Basketball Series.
The forestsy club has planned to
organize a basketball team in the
near future. Games will be played
with the various class teams int the
vicinity. All those interested are urg-
ed to cf i L J. Armstrong 824-L at
once.

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Ring Out, Wild Bells.
Pitter patter, gladsome chatter,
Sleigh bells soon will ring;
fitter patter, mirthful chatter,
Little cherubs sing.
Bitter matter, purse much flatter
Than a dried up spring.
Pitter patter?-idle pratter!
'Jim, two darks-let's sing."
Kinda hard to get back to paying fori
tobac, nowv that the Union smoker
brand is all gone.

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MICIG NIAN - PICURE
now so that you can have _,o me
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made from the negative- or runT t ho « wll<{pr <ne hem
for X'mas.
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t and Steadiest.

and Reflex are the

Shadow Engineer's Drawing Lamp.

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GAS COMPANY

POD Y
CARED FOR AND
CURED
Everything absolutely antI-
rs 9-12 a.m. 1-5 p.m
f 921 EAST HURON
col Phone 9891
to

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Aau Arbor Time Table
Limited Cars for Detroit-7:12 a. m. and
hourly to 6:12 p. mn., also 8:12 p. mn.
Local Cars for Detroit-5;40 a. mn., 4:40 a.
mi., and every two h~ours to $ 40 p. mn., 7:40
p. mn, 8:40 p. mn., 9:45 P;.in.,' and 10:45 p mi
To Ypsilanti only. 11:15 p. mn., 12:15 p. m..
12:30 p. in., 1:00 a. Mn.

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one --maY e always bye Fasi a .
' Wilth achpa~ge ofFlraayugtpnn oup,
25 of which ccue a hsndaom'7 >fe i ~-COLIcg
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ecnicsUhrtanKU' Limited Cars for Jackson-7:46 a. m. and
sth Main Street every two hours to 7:46,p. mn.
Local Cars for Jacksoni-3:: a mn., ad
surplus and Profits $67,000 every two hours to 9:21) p. mn., 11:15 p. mn.

l~ eare servei

and Clubt F ®°s
d inbestof style at

Our Optical system

ped to give the best tiervice.
eyes No Drops" Used. We make your

MACK'S
TEA',ROOM
Also dinners, lunches and - efres x

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bosom-I iia4
you have
cou!%lnftstick
Closer to You
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We test
glasses.

Shur-On Agency

Arnold 8& Co.
32Y S MAIN

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pr's Academy of Da cigCall at Academy
begins Tuesday, Nov. 19th. Register now. YOU can learn to
ie term. Tui; ion $3.00.; For informntion call at Academy or

Open 8 a~mn. to 5 p.m< -Saturda; l,, t L i lging
9 P.M. bosom o af a
Orchestra Satrdays---Noofl acd Evcni g" NCETER"
SECOND FLOOR Ii ..
M.ack &C5 vnigSHR
AIN-;STREET $2 t,.$3
C u& t, Pbody & Company, Makers

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BETTER CANDY'

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Lit rly arnd Main Sts.
Alus "Onveflient lacci.,r
Banking

State Savings
Wm ~ n w.1.B ,P id :fl. Wm. Arnold,
;.,J;on Waz, Jr., Cashier

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THE SUGAR BOWL
Arbor's ife-t Confectionery. Ice cream soda de luxe., Candy of all
- E Pc A!, ~rfO TO STUDENTS, PARTIES, ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
ON PAIN ST REET
cif a mapcfour@Urfacc.leg

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