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THI MICHIGAN DAILY

Aect your Fall or- Winter Suit from the
line in the city. Dress Suits a specialtyj

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311 South State Street

tiEiMICHiIGAN DAILYC
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
igan.I
P'ublishied every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.j
Entered at. the post-office at Ann Arbor, Mich-1
igan. under Act of Congress of March 3s
870a.
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing. ;Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Editor-r to 3 p. in.; 7 to io
p. in- Businiess Manager-F to 3 p. M.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $.50; by mail,
43.00;
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
P'harmnacy; University Pharmacy; Davis
and Konald's Confectionary Store.
Phones: Bell-and Home, 96o.
F~rank Pennell........... Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard ........Business Manager
Maurice Toulne ..........News Editor
C. Harold Hippler ...... ......Assistant
Marl Matthews . ... .....Athletic Editor
G. C. Eldredge ...... .... ....Assistant
John Townley............Music and Drama
1ls'ude Edwards ..........Women
f lat-old 13. Abbott. ,.. ,,.,......Cartoonist

our student council elections free
from unhealthy politics; if you are de-
sirous of having our body of student
representatives consist of men who
are representative of the students'; or
if you are fully enough imbued with
the American spirit to want your, vote'
to count for as much as that of any-
one, else, and no snore;-be man
enough to put a stop to any scheme
of which you are cognizant which is
in violation of the spirit of our system
of elections, even if it does happen to
arise in an organization of which you
are a member; and take enough of an
interest to get out and vote so; that
it cannot again happen that the vote
cast for what should be one of the
most important offices on the campus
amounts to a total of twenty or thirty,
out of a possible several hundreds.

Begin the Ye ar Righ t
Equip your oli( e. You ma y reequi re a
Handy Desk Calendar, an Excelsior Diary; Journal
or Ledger, Card Cabinet, Quart of Ink
or Box of Pens

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C:ISier to get.!-Omelofle to
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ATTENTION FELLOWS!-
THE GIRLS ALL SAY
Call' Ta.xi -1550
or Theatres anid 'Danci g Parties

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ANNOUNCEMENT
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For tile best 7Tiloring Service to be had Anywhere.
Ih mn king Dress Clothes we aknowledge no equal,
a11i prove our sup-.riority in every instance.
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PACKARD ACADEMY
te parties Only Newly Decorated
iers' Dlancing cia,5 every Tuesday and Friday evenings, i to'-* oClOCk.
prvate Lessons by appointment.
Advonced Class every Mondiy CVenin;'. 7 tO o'clckI.
850-1Residence 570-L

EDITORIALS
Harold G. McGee Louis P. Haller
Howell Van Auken Maurice Myers
R. Emnett Taylor........Edwin R. Thursyon
NIGHT EDITORS
H. Beach Carpenter .. Fred B. Foulk
Morton R. Hunter........ ..Morris Milligan
Brtuce J. Miles........Ernest R. Burton
lester F7. l oscubaum.David D. I-unting-
REPORTERS
Leonard M\. Rieser......... Harold P. Scott
Leco 14rnett...............Penn I-. Hossick
F. M. Clurch............... Carlton Jenks
C'harlcs S. Johnson .......C., 11. bang
Icriius lF. Kline............ J. R. Kistner
1il Sliafroth...............Ilenry C. Bogle
t . f .MlKinney.......G. S.Johnston
W . 1].Beltoni......... Ralph E. Cunningham.
. lapin -Is1.......... .... Rummel
Frank l:. Kohler.......erman Pomper
BUSINESSSTAFF
A. R. Johnson, Jr ........... Advertising Mgr.
Emerson Smith ...........Accountanit
L.autrence D. Bartlett........ Circulation Mgr.
Sher wood Field .........John Leonard
flarry I,. Johnson
S.1Ti JRaDAY, JANUARY 11;1913.
Night Editor-Morton R. Hunter.
All inerbers of the D)aily. staff meet
A- UaahI(1taIIand Packs on Saturday at
12,,,' 1)<p, in., sharp for )1idganensiaan
T I; NTOTE AND THE COUNCIL.
E'very system has its weak points.
W~hI 1 these weak points permit of
suich an abuse that the system fails
to accoinplish its purpose, it is time to
!ooh arouind for a new system. New
,yst ems are not to be had merely for
th az, ,sking, and if circumstances make
it necessary to stick to the old system,
the thling to do is to hold the evils in
c:heck as far as possible.
The weak points in the plan of mak-
'n; nominations for the student coun-
Ali is that it gives an, opportunity for
car aniza~ons to use their power un-
rarly, lf any organization or com-
bination of organizations agrees to
throw its entire vote for some one
nan,--andr there, is no getting around
'he fact that this is ifrequently donee-
it is practically certain that the man
will be nominated.
We contend that even though open
to this abuse, the new system is a
great improvement over the old one.
We will be enthusiastic in our support,
however, of any plan which promises
to do away with the above mentioned
op~portunity for abuse. But until such
ai plan is devised, it is up to those of
its who are desirous of having a clean,
wholesomie atmosphere in campus pol-
itics, to be ready to fight to prevent
any abuse of the p~resent nominating
system.
There are two ways of electing the
right mpen as our representatives: the
first is to create an atmosphere on the
Q Inpitis which is absolutely antago-
nistic to all shady politics; and the
second is to get out anti vote.
IH you have any pride in keeping

Kitty Gordoni Tonight.
One of the most gorgeous produc-
tions that has ever been seen on the
American stage comes to the Whitney
theater tonight, when Kitty Gordon
will appear in "The Enchantress,"
widely proclaimed as Victor Herbert's
masterpiece. Mr. Gaites has spared
nothing to make it the most brilliant
p~roduction of his career in the choice
of the exceptional cast, and the fam-
ous beauty singing chorus.
"Litle Boy Blne."
henry WV. Savage will offer at the
Whitney theater on Thursday, Janua-
ry 16, the joyous operatta, "Little Boy
Blue." ",Little Boy Blue" was origi-
nally produced in Vienna., Paris and
Berlin, and it was while on a trip
abroad that it was secured by the
American manager for use on this
side of the Atlantic. It will be given
here by the same cast as played it in
New York and with the same produc-
tion. The company is headed by Otis
Harlair.
OBS5ERTVATORY PUBLICATION
TO -)BE READ)Y SIItIT'LY.
The new publication of the univer-
sity observatory, which has been in
the hands of the printer for several
months, is nearly ready for circula-
tion. This book, the first of its kind
to be published by the local observa-
tory, gives a detailed description and
working of that part of the university
devoted to astronomy, and shows that
it ranks among the three important
observatories in the United States.
Containing about 75 pages, the work
is well illustrated by exterior and in-
terior views of the buildings and in-
struments, as well as by several dia-
grams.
The following articles, all written
by members of the astronomical de-
partment, are contained in it: "A Gen-
eral Account~ of the Detroit Observa-
tory," Win. J. H-ussey; "The Single
Prism Spectrograph of. the Detroit
Observatory," Ralph H. Curtiss; and
several others.
YACLTYA LAD)IES ENTERTAIN
The first "at home" of the faculty
ladies, to university women will be
given tomorrow afternoon at the hom-
es of Mrs. F. N. Scott, Mrs. G. W. Pat-
terson, and Mrs. R. Bishop. Other fac-
ulty ladies wiill assist, and the women
are urged to call at all three homes.
Junior advisors are expected to bring
their freshmen, and in this way help
them in getting acquainted with their
profess ors and professors wives.

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OLD GRADIS To OLD BANQUET
N NEW YORK LAST OF MONTH
The annual banquet of the Univer-
sity of Michigan club of New York City
will be hel at the hotel Astor on ,the
evening of January 24. President
Harry B. Hutchins will be the guest
of honor and other prominent alumni
from various parts of the country will
attend. Fully 300 Michigan men are
expected to be present at the gath-
ering. The club wishes it understood
that alumni are welcome whether they
reside in the vicinity of New York or
not. Graduates, who are planning to
make a trip east in the near future,
are urged to so arrange their plans
that they can be present at the club's
banquet.

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Redecorated 1912
Chinese and American Restaurant
Private rooms reserved for parties and ladies and
gentlemen.
4315a. State S t. Chop Sunray

Junior lit class meeting th'is morn-
ing at 9:00 o'clock in wes", physics
lecture room. Student council nomi-
nations.
Junior engineer class meeting this
morning at 11:00 a. in. in room 31.1,'
new engineering building. Student'
council nominations.j
Junior medic class meeting this
morning in medical amphitheater.
Student council nominations.
junior laws meet this afternoon in
roomn C law building at 4:00 o'clo -k.
Student council nominations.
All candidiates for the engineer
hockey team report for practice Satur-
day afternoon at Ferry Field.
Junior engineer basketball practice,
1:00 o'clock this afternoon, city Y. M.
C. A.
jAlpha Nu business meeting 7:30 to-
aight Alpha Nui rooms.Initiates tryouts
postpt4#ed.
Fresh medic class meeting at noon.
N~ast _lectur( ,room. Important..
All Kalamazoo rnen appear at Hlop-
pe's studio today at .; 45° for Michigan-
ensian ictures.
Junior engineers will metd at 11:00
a. m. in 311 new engirleerIlig building
to elect councilmen.

FEATURE DAY,
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The
Temple
ON WED ESDAY
10 Cents Admilssi-o a
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bor' Dye Works
ry and Steam Cleaniing
204 E. Washington St.
L. R. Wahl, Manager

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collars

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SHIRTS $I1.9 AND MORE

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2-6 P. M., G.301 l'¢.M4.

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tToa Room
and gerilenmen. If yvn want.
ithe city' ea~t at 109 E.Was-
St., 2nd floor.
:al Tickets,. give cut-rates or,
carte.
.lSutieay dinners aire from 12]
quets and parties a. specialty

DETROIT UNITED LINES
An Arbor Tlife Table
Limited Cars for, Detroit-7:12 a. mn. and
hourly to 6:12 p. 1n., also 8:12 p. m.
Local Cars for Detrolt-5;:40 a. mn., 6:-10 a.
in., and every two hours to 6;40 p. mn . 7:40
P. in . 8:40 p. in., 9:45 p mn., atnd 10:4.5 p. ni
_ 1o Ypsilanti only. 11:15 p: Iml., 12-15 p. n.
j 1:50p. n.11:00 a. mn.
Limped Cars for Jackson-7:45 a. mr. and
every two hours to 7:430 p. mn.
Local Cars for Jaclcson-5:20 ar. m., and
every two hours to 9:20 p. in.. 11:15 p. no.

Saturday, Jan, ry 11.-Senior lit
luncheon and d;. i ;v, t the Michigan
Union, 12:00 m.
GARRICK Nights anmd Sat MatineeS
THEATRE 50 to $1.50. Wed. Mat-.
We to $.0
The N. Y. Winter Garden Co. Preset
The Passing Show of 1912
Detroit, Michigan -

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