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THU MICHIGAN DAILY

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IHE M1CIGAN DAILYI

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SHEEHAN Q COs

Official newspaper at the University of Iiich-
igan.
Published; every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
Entrered at the post-office at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan, under Act of Congress of March a,
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Editor-- to 3~ p. in.; 7 to io
p. mn. Business Manager-- 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 Penn ell............ Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard.........Business Manager
Maurice Toulmne.............. News Editor
C. Harold Hippler............ .Assistant
'farl Matthews ..............Athletic Editor
Gi, C. Eldredge........... ...Assistant
John TownlIcy............Music and Drama
:Mautde Ed yards....................Women
I l arold 13. Abbott................ Cartoonist
Harl'lG. EDITORIALS
HrlG.McGee Louis P. Haller
Howell Van Auken Maurice Myers
1:. Tlnirett Taylor........ Edwin R. Thurston
NIGHT EDITORS
yf. Beach Carpenter . Fred B. Foulk
Morton R. Hunter...... ,.... Morris Milligan
Bruce .J. Miles............ELrnest R. Burton
),ester F. 1Nosenbaum..David D. Hunting
REPORTERS
Leonard 1I. Rieser......... Harold P. Scott
l.eo Burnett...............Fenn H-. lHossick
I. 'M. Church........Carlton Jenks
C'harles S. Johnson.......... , C. III. Lang
IrnunsC. Kline ............J. R. Kistner
Wtill Sliafroth.............. Henry C. Bogle
I". V. MclKinney....... ..G.S. Johnston
1V. R. Melton ..,..... Ralph E. Cunningham
Y. F. Jahin Hsu........... H. ,-. Rummel
Frank IF,.Koher ..........Herman Poinlper
BUSINESS STAFF
A. R. Johnson, Jr.......... Advertising Mgr.
Emerson Smith ........ ....Accountant
La urence D. Bartlett.... ..Circulation Mgr.
Sherwood field ........John Leonard
Harry I. Johnson
FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1913.

"You may never make a letter here
in the university. You may never
land on your class team, but there's°
a big chance that you may make some-
body extend himself to grab some,
honor and thereby make a class-or
perhaps-Varsity team better, so-
"GET OUT.
"~The athlete who wins p)oints for
his university isn't always the one
who comes here backed by a great
prep school reputation. Maybe you
have been working along the wrong
lines. Why, "Sleepy" Dull thought he
was a sprinter when he entered the
uiversity. He couldn't do the 100
yard dash in less than a dozen sec-
onds to save his soul, but he develop-
ed into one of the best distance run-
ners in the country. You may not be
able to equal his record, but you may
be 'able to do something. There is on-
ly one thing for you to do--
"GET OUT.
"We want some good inter-class ac-
tivities this winter. We want some-
thing to stir our spirit when it's cold
and sloppy and everybody hangs
around home and wonders why in
blazes hie didn't stick in the Old Town
and sell shoes the rest of .his life.
Help this along. You can do, it. Don't
leave the work for the men who know
they are athletes. Try to be among
those present in skinny togs on the
gym floor yourself. To do it you must
"CE T OUT.
THLEN RICAL CIRCLES.
Kitty G~ordoni Here Saturday.
A woman who has given as much
time to opera as Kitty Gordon must be
an authority on the subject, and Miss
IGordon has this to say regarding the

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or Ledger, Card Cabinet, Quart of Ink
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There arc pecopl ; ulio buy four
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r to get two suits from mte.
hey will lok four times ias
food and lat-t tour timesi as
ong.
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The DETROIT UNITED LINES
armers and Mechanics Bank,,u Arbor Time Table
101- 10.3-105 South Masn Street
Wtal $100,000. Surplus and Profits $67,000 Limited Cars for Detroi4I 7:12 a. m,. and
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Local Cars for Deirot-5;40 a. i., 6:40 a.
loti64 p e Ann Arbor Savings Bank, mm ,n 3i:0p 9Pyn.. #hus:45 ur pm., and 10: l It) 1;n..i
Capital Stock $300,000 Suplat $I CO,CCO 11:30'p. ni., 1:00 c. ni.
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Gieneral Banking Rusifness Trat *acted every two hours to 7:46 p. in.
fficers: Chas. E. HiscocK, Pres., W. D. Harti- Local Cars for Jackson-5:20 A. in., and
man, Vice-Pres. M. J. Fritz, Cashier, l every two hours~ to 41:20 P.Mi.. 11:15 p. rif.

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Night Editor-Morris A. Milligan.
All oieiiber$ of the D~aily staff meet
At aNoda ll and Packs oni Saturday at
120:4,3), . u, sharp for 3Michigauensian
p ic tre.
IlTere will be an important' meet-
hig of Mhe business staff at 4:30 this
afternoon. It is necessary for all
,ue1iolwrs and tryouts to attend.
M1,eeting of the Cubs Club at T.lhe
lli ? ii Daily office at 4:30 o'clock
todlay.
GET OUT!
The threatene'd loss of Craig to Var-
sity track circles emphasizes the con-
tinued presence of a mooted problem-
the building ofa strong Michigan
track team in the absence of qtianti-
ties of quality. With the track pre-
lirunary training season already well
openedl and the meets rapidly ap-
proaching, Trainer Farrell is anxious-
ty running down the clues that some-
times lead to the uncovering of ma-
terial. It seems to be the same old
story of bringing the mountain to Ma-
hornet, which isn't a pleasant ac-
knowledgement to ,be compelled to
make. We are tempted to quote an
editorial a la "Pip" Titus, which ran
in these columns years ago, in some
suc:h manner as this:
"This is addressed to the long, skin-
ny guy, the fat guy, and any other
fellow who has been convinced for
years that lie has no ability as a track
mant at all; it's for the fellow who,
in prep school ran fourth to a one
armed man in the hurdles and who
couldn't lift a 12-pound shot; to the
gink who was scared to death if he
jumped four feet in the air or covered
more than his own length in the broad
jump.
"GET OUT.

time to begin:
"Naturally much depends on the
physical development of the individu-
al. In woman the vocal chords de-
velop later than in man, and no girl
should begin serious" voice study until
she is at least seventeen."
Miss Gordon appears in "The En-
chantress" at the Whitney tomorrow
night.
At the Majestic.
Janet Priest is less than five feet in
height. That is the reason she is
playing the ingenue role in "Honey-
moon Trail" at the Majestic theatre
this week instead of being, a grand
opera, star. Poor little Janet. She
has the voice of a Tetrazzini and the
dramatic ability of Mary Garden, and
yet-she is handicapped by being "a
sawed off" to resort to slang. And as
the critics say, "Who ever heard of a
five foot grand opera prima donna?"
MUSIC A-ND DRAMA.
The Faculty Concert.
The new string quartet of the schoo)
of music made its first appearance last
evening at the regular monthly facul-
ty concert, and displayed a beauty and
finish of ensemble that make it a not-
able addition to Ann' Arbor musical
life.- Albert Lockwood played some
Debussy dances with string' accompa-
niment that were full of charm, and
Hr. Howland sang a group of German
lie~ler inl super)b voice.
Iidiigani ia Takes A inual Sleigh Ride
Eighteen 'Michigainuas, with the la-
dy friends, are scheduled to embark
for the frozen northland this after-
noon at 4:00 o'clock on their annual
sleighride. 'W~thitmore and its chill
breezes will be the terminal of the
trip where the customary dinner will
be followed by a dance. The schedule,
makes no provision for the time of
return.

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60 Fatima coupons will secure a white satin
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