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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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STUDENT DOORSTOR'E
oing Things
rs are as a rule well
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cessful men and fora
at to be successful.

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AGAIN!

THE fUCmIIGAN 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 ,
1879.
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Editor-r to p. m.; 7 to O0
p. mn. Business Manager-: to 3 p. in.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $.so; by mail,
$300.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; Davis
and Konald'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
Jeohn Townley.....;.....Music and Drama
Qaude Edwards ...............Women
Harold B. Abbott.............Cartoonist
EDITORIALS
Harold G. McGee Louis R. Haler
Howell Van Auken Maurice Myers
R. Emmett Taylor.......Edwin R. Thurston
NIGHT EDITORS
H. Beach Carpenter .. Fred B. Foulk
Morton R. Hunter......... Morris Milligan
Bruce J. Miles............Ernest R. Burton
Lester F. Rosenbaum.....David D. Hunting
REPORTERS
James D'evlin................ V. Sweeney
Leonard M. Rieser-........-Harold P. Scott
Leo Burntt . ,. .... .......Fenn . Hossick
F. M. Church.. .... CarltonJenks
Charles S. Johnson.........C...HC.IH. Lang
Bernus' E. Kline ......... .... R. Iistner
Will Shafroth..............Henry C. Bogle
F. F. McKinney............. G S. Johnston
4V. R. Melton..........alph E. Cunningham
Y. F. Jabin HsuH.............H . Rummel
BUSINESS STAFF
A. R. Johnson, Jr..........Advertising Mgr'
Emerson Smith .................Accountant
Laurence D. Bartlett.:......Circulation Mgr.
Sherwood Field...........John Leonard
Harry' . Johnson
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1912...
Night Editor-Lester F. Rosenbaum.
Meeting of Business Staff this af-
ternoon at 5:00 o'clock. All members
Iand tryouts report.
DR. SMALL OBJECTS.
Dr. A. W. Small, Conference rep-
resentative of the University of Chi-
cago and generally considered as the
faculty man there who is closest to
athletics, has come out strongly
against the activits of the western
dailies in behalf of Michigan's return
to the Conference. In Wednesday's is-
sue of the Chicago Tribune, Dr. Small
makes the following statements:
"These college paper editors know
nothing at all about the real situation.
They are merely raising dust that
will probably hinder Michigan's re-
turn and their efforts should cease at
once. These editors are clamoring
without reason and without effect, un-
less it be a deleterious effect."
These alarming and startling state-
ments, coming from a Conference man
who has for seven years quibbled over
minor matters, rather lends a bit of
humor to the controversy. But clear-
ly asida from the humorous end of it,
the statements mark an epoch, show
that the cries of the alumni and the
student bodies of great western uni-
versities are displeasing to such Con-
ference heads. It shows that such
Conference heads who have talked and
talked for seven years do not like the
idea of publishing the facts. And
above all it points out that the cam-
paign of the dailies is bearing fruit.
Why does Dr. Small want the pub-
licity ceased? Why should not the
thousands upon thousands of alumni
and students know the facts? Why
should not those who are most inter-
ested have a voice in the matter? The
editors who met at Chicago last week
do know the facts. They do know the

conditions as they exist in Michigan
and in every Conference school, know
it well, through the eyes of the teams,
coaches, students, and alumni. They
know full well the absurdity of the
secret atmosphere that surrounds the
Conference board. They know that
the questions are not the complex and
perplexing ones that these Confer-
ence heads would have the laymen be-
lieve. They know that faculty con-
trol is not the only question and they
know that the training table is the
real issue. In the spirit of friendly
rivalry, of common interests, these ed-
itors opened the facts, tore off the
lid, and intend to give to the students
and alumni the real meat. Why does
Dr. Small want the facts suppressed?
Is the united voice of the alumni
and students displeasing to Dr. Small?
Does the desire of the students of
Chicago, Illinois, and the other schools
to have Michigan return interfere
with the plans of Dr. Small? Or does
the pleading of the student interrupt
the deep thought that he is spending
on the matter. In his statement Dr.
Small takes great care to say that the
campaign is without effect. Can Dr.
Small explain why it is without effect?
Does he openly admit that the Confer-
ence heads pay absolutely no atten-
tion to the united desire of their stu-
dents and graduates? Does he place
above the opinions of thousands, who
are learning the facts, the opinion of
nine men who have hidden the facts?
If the campaign has had the effect to
disturb Dr. Small why does he prac-
tically say he will pay no attention to
it? This in itself is but an incident
common to the Conference. It is an
acknowledgment that twenty-five
thousand students and hundreds of
thousands of alumni are absolutely
ignored. Dr. Small is to be commend-
ed for his frankness.
He also states that the editors are
clamoring without reasoning. But it
is evident that Dr. Small overlooks
the fact that the views expressed by
the editors are not their sole property
but the views of practically all the
students and alumni. What an enor-
mous number of unreasonable people
the western universities have produc-
ed. These students and alumni are
learning the facts through publicity
and are reasoning, and it is evident
that they don't need seven years to
come to a conclusion. We may bow be-
fore the superior reasoning powers of
Dr. Small and like associates but if
we do bow we ask for progress. Rea-
son is scarce if it takes seven years
to mature.
Dr. Small asserts that this cam-
paign should cease at once. Why
does Dr. Small want the matter to
hang fire? Why does he want the facts
suppressed? We believe the students
and alumni should know the facts.
We believe they should know all the
facts. And we cannot be restrained
by what the Conference heads choose
to dole out. Michigan does not act in
the dark. It wants the light of pub-
licity to show up the real issues and
disclose the real conditions. And we
believe that the students in five other
western universities want to know
the facts. King Canute once tried to
stop the tides, Dr. Small is about to
present a similar skit. But the tide
of student opinion and alumni opinion
is going to have effect and the facts
are going to be known despite the ap-
peal to darkness.
We admire Dr. Small for making
clear his attitude. We thank him for
his admission that students and alum-
ni do not count in the least. We grant
(Continued on page 3.)

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Ana Arbor Time Table
Limaited Cars for Detroit--7:12 a. m. and
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 n., 8:40 p. in., 9:45 p. mn., and 10:45 p.,im
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12:30 p. m., 1:00 a. m,
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254 Woodward Ave, Detroit
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $100,000
Resourses $3,000,000
A General Banking BusinessTransacted

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