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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Select your Fall or
largest line in the city.

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Holiday Goods
We have the finest line of ,Christmas Cards in the city.
MAGAZINE SVBSCRIPTIONS
At the lowest club rates
PRIVATE CHRISTMAS CARDS
With your Initials and Address
Leave your orders new at
Student's
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THE WAY

To lose your money and your
temper is to pay a little and ex-
pect a lot and get nothing.

Dieterle.

TAILOR

Liberty Street
(copyrighted)

CARDS- PROGRAMS -STATIONERY
WRITE
FO R
SAMPLES
GREGORY MAYER & THOM Co. DEER Of .1ICH

THE EIICHIGAN 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 s'
1879.
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Editor-i to 3 p. m.; 7 to 1o
p. m. Business Manager- to 3 . m.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $z.so; by mail,
$3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; Davis
and Konald's Confectionary Store.
Phones: Bell and Home, 96o.
s Ma w aMa
Frank Pennell ............ Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard..........Business Manager
Maurice Touime.............News Editor
C. Harold Hippler ............Assistant
Karl Matthews ..............Athletic Editor
G. C. Eldredge... ..... ..Assistant
Lh Townley ............Music and Drama
ude Edwards ....................Women
Harold B. Abbott ................Cartoonist
EDITORIALS
Harold G. McGee Louis P. 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
Leonard M. Rieser......... Harold P. Scott
Leo Burnett.............. Fenn H. H-ossick
F. M. Church.... ........... Carlton Jenks
Charles S. Johnson............. C. H. Lang
Bernus E. Kline.......J. R. Kistner
Will Shafroth...............Henry C. Bogle
F. F. McKinney ...... G. S. Johnston
W. R Melton......... Ralph E. Cunningham
Y. F. Jabin Hsu ... ......... H. . Rummel
Frank F. Koher .........Herman Poniper
BUSINESS STAFF
A. R. Johnson, Jr...........Advertising Mgr.
Emerson Smith.................Accountant
Laurence D. Bartlett....... Circulation Mgr.
Sherwood Fieldr.............John Leonard
Harry E. Jhnson
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1912.
Night Editor-H. C. Bogle.
A COUNCIL SUGGESTION.
The suggestion has been made that
the presidents of some of the larger
campus organizations be made mem-
bers of the student council. A telling
priticism against the manner in which
affairs are conducted here, is that
there is so little co-operation between
the different units on the campus. The
student council is our central. gov-
erning body. If there is a represen-
tative from each of the more important
organizations on the campus in that
governing body, its work will be much
more effective.
There are at least two problems to
be settled, however, before such a
change can be brought about. The
first is: What organizations are to be
represented? Probably everyone
would agree on the Michigan Union.
But how about the various university
publications, the campus societies, the
Y. M. C. A., the athletic association,
the football team, the baseball team,
etc.? It is no easy matter to determine
which of these shall be included and
which left out.
The second problem is to avoid pil-
ing too much work on the shoulders
of one man. The men whom this
change would make members of the
student council are, as a rule, already
snowed under. In order to be effective
the student council should consist of
men who can devote a great deal of
time to its interests. But the presi-
dent of the Michigan Union, for exam-
ple, owes a similar duty to the Union.
The problem is, then, to give him a
place on the council which will be
more than advisory, but which will not
entail any added duties on him, and,

greater burden on the remaining coun-
cilmen,-as would be the case iJ he
were to take the place of one o the
regular councilmen.
The clue to the solution of the prob-
lem seems to be to get a council of
the most efficient size; one which is
not so large as to be unwieldy, and not
so small as to throw too much work
on its members. Then let the organi-
zation representatives sit as members
with the right to vote, but with no oth-
er duties than to serve, when they can
effectively do so, on committees in
connection with movements in which
their organizations are involved.
DICTAPHONES ARE BECOMING
COMMON THINGS ON CAMPUS.
Dictaphones are becoming a common
thing on the campus. Prof. F. M. Tay-
for of the economics department has
made constant and effective use of one
of these machines for the greater part
of the semester, and this week one of
them is being installed in the general
library, where it will be made use of
by Mr. Theo. W, Koch and others of
the librarywho are in constant need
of getting out a lot of work through
dictation. This little machine with its
duplex ability of receiving and report-
ing dictation is one of the most useful
and interesting of recently perfected
inventions.
DRAWING TEACHERS WANTED
BY NEWARK, N. J., SCHOOL.
Information has been received by
the appointment committee that the
high schools of Newark, N. J., are
about to give an examination in order
to secure teachers- of mechanical
drawing. The salary ranges between
$1,400 and $1,800 annually. Further
information can be received at the
office of the committee.
The committee has secured a posi-
tion in the Coldwater high school for
Mary Maloney, '12. She will have
charge of work in the English de-
partment.
CHRISTMAS GARGOYLE STARTS
A TAKE OFF ON "WHO'S WHO."
Editor of Magazine Announces That
Staff List Still Has Room for
More Humorists.

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CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
Mandolins, Guitars, Violins, and a large assortment of Music Bags.
Best for the least Money. All popular songs ten cents per copy.

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Capital $100,000.

Surplus and Profits $67,000

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $100,000
Resourses $3,000,000
A GeneralDankidug BusinessTransacted
Officers: Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres., W. D. Hari-
man, Vice-Pres., M. J. Fritz, Cashier.

WETROIT UNITED LINES
Ann Arbor Time Table
Limited 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. m,8:40 p. m., 9:45 "p. m., and 10:45 p. i
To Y psilanti only. 11:15 p. mi., 12:15 p. in.
12:30p. m.,1:00 a. m,
Limited Cars for Jackson-7:46 a. m. and
every two hours to 7:46 p. mn.,
ocal Cars for Jackson-5:20 a. m., and
every two hours to 9:20 p. m., 11:15 p. m.

Our Optical System
is equipped to give the best service.
We test eyes No "Drops" Used. We make your
glasses.
Shur-On Agency

Pensive and inane, the December M
Gargoyle starts a new wheeze, even
more sad than the "Sophomore rhet-
oric themes." "What's What and
How," being "facts and near facts
about the great and some who don't
grate," will introduce some campus

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celebrities, the first contingent being
of the facultorial party. The book, in
a blue and brown cover, is called a
"Christmas number" but the Christmas
part seems only a point of departure
for the ramblings that go to make up
the sixteen pages of bunk that comes
out every so often to show the stu-
dents of the university how pathetical-
ly sad their humor is.
Though a staff is announced in this
month's issue, it is not final and the
editor is alleged to have averred that
anyone who has humor and is not giv-
ing the Gargoyle the benefit of it, still
has a chance of making the staff. Con-
tributions for the blue-book number
are now due and may be left on, in, or
about the editor's desk at any time.
This month's issue is due at the end
of the week, barring strikes, panics,
shortage of crops, or other catastro
phies for which the staff cannot be held

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WE PAY ESPECIAL ATTENTION- TO STUDENTS, PARTIES, ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
ON MAIN STREET

Strenuous work, old man, but that
pure, wholesome Fatima will help.
Wih each package of Fatima you get a
penant coupon, 25 of which secure a hand-
some felt pennant-Colleges, Universities and
Fraternal Orders (12 x32) selection of1115.

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