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TH E FICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
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igan, under Act of Congress of March 3,
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Frank Pennell............Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard .......... Business Manager
Maurice Toulme...............News Editor
C. Harold Hippler ...............Assistant
KarlCMatthews ..............Athletic Editor
G. C. Eldredge ..............Assistant
John Townley ..........Music and Drama
Harold B. Abbott................Cartoonist
Harold G. McGee Louis R. Haller
Howell Van Auken Maurice Myers
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1912.
Night Editor-Leo N. Burnett.
greatestthing in the world
7ealth combined with my
s gives a man a fine appear-
nd confidence in himself.
belongs; but it is not for the confer-
ence to make the first move."
It seems to us that the Wisconsin
student paper has struck the same
key-note that we have tried to pound
for several issues back. IN OTHER
WORDS, IT'S UP TO THE MICHI-!
GAN ATHLETIC BOARD TO SIGNIFY
TO THE CONFERENCE A DESIRE
TO FIND OUT WHAT DIFFERENCES
EXIST BETWEEN THE CONFER-
ENCE AND OURSELVES AND WHAT
CONCESSIONS OR CHANGES IN OUR
ATHLETIC POLICY ARE NECES-
SARY TO MAKE POSSIBLE A RE-
SUMPTION OF COMPETITION WITH
WESTERN TEAMS. Any delegation
from Michigan might well consist OF
AT LEAST THREE MEN to insure a
presentation of both view-points.
Then when the matter has been
threshed out, it can then be referred
back for a thorough discussion.
3fIUSIC AND DRAMA.
Mr. Harrison Albert Stevens, pianist,
of the faculty of the University School
of Music, will give a complimentary
recital in School of Music Hall, Mon-
day evening, at 8:00 o'clock. He has
selected a most interesting program,
which is well balanced and which
should please those who attend. The
program is as follows:
Chaconne (for violin atone) ......
. . .................Bach-Busoni
Pastorale .......... Corelli-Godowsky
Sonata, Op. 35..............Chopin
Largo-,Doppio movimento; Scherzo;
.. .. ..Schumann-Tausig
On Wings of Song..............
Two mazurkas .............. Chopin
Etude in B minor (Octaves). Chopin
Am Stellem Herd ......Wagner-Liszt
Isoldens Liebestod .... Wagner-Liszt
Rudolf Ganz Next Tuesday.
Rudolf Ganz, the great Swiss pianist,
will appear in recital Tuesday evening
next in High School hall. Mr. Ganz
has been everywhere received with'en-
thusiasm in his. present American
tour, and his Ann Arbor appearance
will no doubt be another triumph ad-
ded to those he has already won. The
program is to include, among many of
the well known great works, several
novelties, among them a sonata of
Korngold, the Viennese "wonder-
Tickets for the concert are neces-
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of the size of the concert room, and
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Under the caption "Michhigan .and
the Conference" the Wisconsin Daily
Cardinal says editorially as follows:
"Although it is to be regretted that
the University of Michigan has not
resumed relations with the western
conference to which she rightfully be-
longs, any one who has the least fa-
miliarity with the facts of the case
realizes that the recent meeting of
the conference representatives did the
only thing that could have been done.
Since that meeting, there has been
a great deal of criticism made upon
the member, of the conference because
no attention was paid to Michigan.
The truth is that, so far as the confer-
ence was concerned, Michigan paid no
attention to it.
"When Michigan severed her rela-
tions with the western conference,
she did so of her own free will and
with a full realization of what she was
doing. The conference was willing
to have her remain in the circle of
western universities, but Michigan
willed it otherwise. Now, clearly, it is
Michigan's duty to make the first move
if she wants to return to the circle
from which she withdrew six years
ago. That the western conference
should of its own initiative go to Mich-
igan and ask that university to re-en-
ter the organization is not for a mo-
ment to be thought of.
"This is not to be construed in any
way as an attack on Michigan. Noth-
ing would be more desirable than to
have Michigan once more resume et-
lations with the western conference
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Important business meeting of the
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Dec. 7, regular meeting and rehear-
sal of the "Chinese Night" program at
4:00 o'clock in MacMillan hall by the
Chinese Students' club.
Dec. 7, Polish National Celebration
by Polonia at 2:30 o'clock at 921 S.
Dec. 8, lecture by the Rev. Graham
Taylor before Chinese Students' club
at 12:00 o'clock in MacMillan hall.
Meeting of the drafting committee
of the suffrage bill in room 207 eco-
nomics building this morning at 9:00
Second Fischer Party Attracts Many.
The second Fisher party of the year
was held at Granger's academy last
night. Although it was first planned
to make all these parties formal, the
committee in charge yielded to popu-
lar demand and made last night's affair
informal. Seventy-five couples were
present. Numbers from this year's
J-hop program were rendered. The
next party of the series will be held
at Granger's academy March 14.
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