THR MICHIGAN DAILY
THE 1ICHIGAN DAILY on by the student council last year
showed that in the larger schools all
Official newspaper at the University of Mich- over the country, the athletic associa-
igan. tions were caring for the bands of
Published every morning except Monday dur-. their respective schools.
ing the university year. Up at Minnesota, where athletics
lEntered at the post-office at Ann Arbor, Mich- just about break even in regard to
igan, under Act of Congress of March ' finances, the association expends an-
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build- nually about $1,800 on the band, pro-
ing, Maynard Street. viding 60 inen with an annual trip.
Office Hours: Editor- to 3 p. m.; 7 to =o
p. m. Business Manager-- to 3 p. m. Little Northwestern, with its limited
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.50; by mail, tresources, gives its band an annual
$3.00. "eoregvsisbn nana
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's trip out of the athletic receipts, at an
Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; Davis
and Konald's Confectionary Store, average expenditure of over $500. At
Phones: Bell and Home, 96o. Chicago, one annual trip and some-
times two, is given the band by the
association. The athletic association
at Illinois also provides a trip for
Frank Pennell...........Managing Editor the university band each year.
Joseph Fouchard ..........Business Manager To insure the continuance of the
Maurice Toulme..............News Editor band here, would mean an expenditure
C. Harold Hippler............ Assistant
Karl Matthews ..............Athletic Editor of about $800 yearly. In the past, the
hTC. Eldredge .........M...si As stan association has always given $100.
Maude Edwards...................Women The band men contribute about $200
Harold 1. Abbott........ ........ Cartoonistno udethblkttatathy
EDITOIALSnow under the blanket tax that they
Harold G. McGee Louis R. Haller did not pay in the past. That means
Howell Van Auken Maurice Myers an increased expenditure of approxi-
R. LEmmett Taylor........Edwin R. Thurston
mately $500 on the part of the asso-
NIGHT EDITORS caintwr h upr
H. Beach Carpenter DI. RFred B. Foulk ciation toward the support of an in-
Morton R. Hunter............Morris Milligan stitution that exists primarily for ath-
Bruce J. Miles ............ Ernest R. Burton
Lester F. Rosenbaum..... David D. Hunting letics and as one of its recognized fea-
James D'evlin...............J. V. Sweeney IS THAT ASKING THE ASSOCIA-
Leonard M. Rieser.........Harold P. Scott
Leo Burnett............... Fenn I. Hossick TION TOO MUCH? ITS MEMBERS
F. M. Church............... Carlton Jenks SAY "NO!"
Charles S. Johnson............. C. H. Lang
Bernus E. Kline.............J. R. Kistner
Will Shafroth................Henry C. Bogle-
F. F. McKinney............. G. S. Johnston THE BOARD MEETING.
W. R. Melton......... Ralph E. Cunningham
Y. F. Jabin. Hsu.............H. ". Rummel Keen expectancy on the part of the
BUSINESS STAFF campus hinges on the meeting of the
A. R. Johnson, Jr..........Advertising Mgr.
Emerson Smith .................Accountant board in control of athletics, schedul-
Laurence D. Bartlett........ Circulation Mgr.
Sherwood Field .............John Leonard ed for tomorrow night. It may happen
Harry E. Johnson that the news of all that is accom-
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1912. plished cannot be made the immediate
property of all those interested, until
Night Editor-Fred B. Foulk. a little later, due to the delicacy of
some of the questions to be dealt with.
However, the feeling is prevalent
FIRST DEPARTMENTAL ISSUE. that steps will be taken to secure a
We are not promising special de- meeting with the Conference for the
partmental issues of The Michigan purpose of analysis of the points of
Daily as a regular diet, but it is with issue between Michigan and the Con-
a certain sense of pride that we offer ference, and a resumptioh of relations
this first of a series of eight such is- in athletics with the western schools,
sues, planned for the current year. if such can be effected.
Because every Michigan man should Never was the time more ripe. for
know as much as possible about Mich- such a meeting. Never have Michigan
igan, is our motive and reason for this followers and the followers of the
plunge into a hitherto untouched field. other schools in the Conference been
This field seems to us a merited one. more anxious for a definite and clear-
The Michigan Daily is now going out cut statement of both sides of the
to the high schools all over the stte question. EE
and while we are not attempting to LET'S HAVE SUCH A MEETING,
displace the official bulletins pertain- AND TO MAKE SURE THAT SUCH
ing to the university, we are anxious A MEETING WILL BE HELD, LET
to supplement them as much as possi- THE REQUEST COME FROM MICH-
ble in making the possibilities of the IGAN. AND LET'S MAKE SURE
University of Michigan as a universi- THAT OUR REPRESENTATION
ty, a matter of better understanding. WILL NOT BE PREJUDICED ALL
In our preparation of the special ONE WAY, FOR TWO VIEW-POINTS
editions which will appear in the fu- ARE PRESENT IN MICHIGAN'S
ture, we trust that the faculties of the RANKS.
departments concerned, will lend their
co-operation to the same extent that TOLEDO MEN WILL ORGANIZE
the faculty of the pharmacy depart- TOMORROW EVENING AT UNION
ment has in the issuing of this initial
number. All university men from Toledo,
Ohio, will meet tomorrow night at
THE BAND'S FATE. 7:30 o'clock at the 'Michigan Union
The fate of the band rests in the for the purpose of organizing a club
hands of the board in control of ath- composed of men from that city. In
letics. By Tuesday morning the cam- the university there are, at present,
pus will know whether or not the uni- about 75 Toledo men, and the object
versity is to be represented in the fu- of the meeting tomorrow night will
ture by an organization which has al- lie to form plans for a definite organi-
ways been a fixture in the life of the zation.
university. We believe that the board Prof. J. B. Waite, of the law depart-
will heed the almost unanimous voice ment, will be the principal speaker
of the student body and make the nec- of the evening; Claire Hughes, John
essary provisions. Fowler, Walker Myers and Frederick
There is little use in reiterating on Beattie will also give short talks.
the why and wherefore of the ath- Smokes will be passed. The pice of
letic association's duty in caring for admission is 25 cents and all men
the band. The investigation carried from Toledo are urged to be present.
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