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TH-E MF~CIGAN 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,,
1879.1
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press* Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Editor-i to 3 P. in.; 7. to t0
P. im. Business Mnager-i to 3 p. mn.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.50; by mail,
$ 3.00.
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 Toulmne..... .. . ...... News Editor
C. Harold Rippler .......... ..Assistant
Karl Matthews ....... ...... Athletic Editor
G. C. Eldredge ............Assistant
John Townicy ....... .....Music and Drama
Maude Edwards........ ...Women
Harold B. Abbott................ Cartoonist
EDITORIALS
Harold G. McGee L~ouis P. Haller
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. Rosenbaunm..David D: Hunting
REPORTERS
Leonard M. Rieser ......... Harold P. Scott
Leo Burnett ............ . .Fcnn H-. Ilossick
F. M. Church. .. . ........... Carlton Jenks
Charles S. Johinson . .......C. Hi. Lang
Blernus E. Kline............. R. l istnei
Will Sbafroth ..........Henry C. Bogle
F. F. McKinney ............ S. Johnston
W, R. Melton ......... Ralph 4. Cunningham
Y. F. Jabin Hsu .... .......H. ,,. Rummel
Frank E. Kohler...... ... Herman Poinper
BUSINESS STAFF
A. R. Johnson, Jr.... ,. .... .Advertising Mgr.
Emerson Smith..............Accountant,
Laurence D. Bartlett..... .Circulation Mgr.
Sherwood Field ...... ......John Leonard
Harry E. Johnson
THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1913.
Night Editor-Lester F. Rosenbaum.

lUIr {'A D DRAMA:1..
Faiculty Coincert Touighit.
The January faculty concert will be
given this evening at 8:00 o'clock in
High School hall. The program is
comp~osed mostly of chamber music,
and the newly formed string quiartet
wvill make its first appearance. Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Lockwood will play
the violins, A. J. Whitmire the viola,
and Richard P. Hall the violincello.
The string accompaniment of the lDe-
bussy Danses will be played by Mrs.
Lockwood, Marian Struble, A. J. Whit-
mire, RI. 11. 1Baker, R. P. Hall, M. C.
Wier, and K. S. Markham. The pro-
gramn will be as follows:
Quartet, C minor, Op. 18, No. 4. ...
... . . . .. . . . . . Beethoven
Allegro ma non tanto; Andante scher-
zoso quasi allegretto; Menuetto; 'Al-
legro.
The Quartett
(a) :Muth ..............F. Schubert
(b) Der Doppelganger . .. F. Schubert
"(c) Er is gekonm en.. Clara Schumann
(d) Du bist wie eine Blume ......
. . . . . . . . . ..R. Schum ann
(e) Fruhlingsnacht ... .R. Schumann
William H-owland
and strings
sTI)anse Sacree et' Danse Profane ..
... . . . .. . . . . Debussy
Albert Lockwood
1 and strings
1Quintet, 01). 44 .........Sclumi an
Allegro brilliante; In modo d'una.
miarcia; Scherzo; Allegro mia non
t.troppo.
Albert Lockwood
and Quartet

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WILL YOU HELP?
Reports from the Observatory tell
us, *what we have already felt, that
zero weather is here. They add also
that it is not simply a "cold snap,"
but the beginning of a regular old-
fashioned "freezin' spell." Several
days age it rained; tlien snow fell on
the soaked ground and, with the in-
creasing cold, froze into It; after that
came more snow, followed by rain,
then sleet,. and lastly the present fall
in temperature that has frozen a hard,
slippery crust over all. That kind of
snow will stay. Ask any old-time
prophet-if you doubt' the scientific
weather-man.
So much for the stage setting. Let
us now proceed to the characters.
They are not the over-coated, Mackin-
awed, warmly-booted, toque-covered
and well-fed bipeds that go plowing
along through the snow (which
should have been off the campus walks
two days ago) without much minding
the difficult walking-except to won-
der who lost the key to the snow-plow
garage. No, these are not the heroes
of this tale: the chief actors are their
little furry-coated, silken-tailed rodent
friends, the squirrels.
The squirrels that afford so much
amusement, the squirrels that are a
feature of Ann Arbor life,' are in a bad
fix. Nature has provided them with
good, warm coats as usual; but she
forgot last fall to provide plenty of
nuts, and even that slender supply is
now frozen beyond the reach of the
furry folk who depend upon them for
life. Truly, humanely, it is up to stu-
dents and the people of Ann Arbor
to see that'the campus-and-town pets
have, a Happy New Year, that they
do not die of starvation.

"the 1Eielantress."
Victor Herbert's success with "The
Enchantress" his greatest operetta
which comes to the Whitney theater
on Saturday, January 11, has awaken-
ed managers to a realization of the
popularity of light opera in contra-
distinction to the old forms of musical
comedy and farce. Indeed so pro-
nounced is the change of sentiment in
New York that Mr. Herbert at a meet-
ing of composers recently declared
the day of musical comedy would pass,
as did the day of burlesque.
Xt the 'Majestic.
Boyle Woolfolk opens tonight at the
Majestic in what is considered the
greatest of his successes-"Honey-
moon Trail." It is known to all local
theatergoers, as one. of the greatest
hits ever produced at the La Salle
theater, Chicago. It combines all the
qualities of making it 'a great enter-
tainmnent of this style.
Mr. Woolfolk has had' an entirely;
new production built especially for
the vaudeville houses and the costum-
es are the equal of any musical show
seen at $1.50 prices. The cast could
not be improved upon as it is equally
as good as the original company. It
will remain the rest of the week.
U 'NIVERSITY CALENDAR
Friday, January 10.-Fresh dent smok-
er at the Michigan Union, 7:30 p.
m.
Friday, January 10.-Public lecture on
"Eugenics or Race Betterment," by
Dr. V. C. Vaughan at Sarah Caswell
Angell hall..

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PRINT .IAMfPI1LIYJ!CQ(A)NtIMN i
IfIX ON ADVISORY GAROUPS,.
Pamphlets showing the list of ad-
visory, groups of the literary depart-
ment were distributed yesterday
among the faculty and members of the
freshman class. The book, the first of
its kind published by the university,:
is the result of an effort to improve,
the advisory system. The 'pamphlletL
contains an ;alphabetica~l list of the
110} advisors, th e student adviso'rs and
their advisees. An aliphabetical list
of all freshmen students showing both
their student and faculty advisors is
also .gi ven.

wireless telegraphy platnt last week,
f'or the purpose of getting facts for the
imiprovement of the plant at the west-
ern university.
"Michigan's plant is exceptionally
good," said Prof. Taylor, "and it is to
be envied by other universities for its
good equipment."
S; xoIplone Trio to Appear Agalin S04)11
The Wright saxophione trio will
make its second appearance in Ann
Arbor this semester a wveek from to-
morrow, January 17, at the union,
Wright will be present in person so
the dance is sure to be a lively one,
The sale of tickets will be strictly lim-
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