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'NHS MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE . MCIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
igan.
Published every morning except Monday dur-t
ing the university year.I
l;ntered at the post-office at Anni Arbor, Mich-
igan. under Act of Congress of March 3,
1879,
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.I
Office Hours: Editor-:t t 3 p. in.; y to to
p. nn. Business Manager-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, 46o.
Frank Pennell........... Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard....... .Business Manager
Maurice Toulme............. News Editor
C. Harold Hippler........... .Assistant
Karl Matthews ..............Athletic Editor
G. C. Eldredg........... ....Assistant
John Townley............Music and Drama
Mande Edwards................. .Women
Harold B. Abbott............. .Cartoonist
EDITORIALS
Harold G. McGee Louis P. Haller
Howell Van Auken Maurice Myers
[Z. lniett Taylor........ Edwin R. Thurston

Nothing can be more disconcerting
to the men conducting classes than,
the interruption caused by those who
seize upon any pretext that will get
them out of the class--'oom after the
roll has been taken ,and before the
hour is up. In probably one case'
out of ten, the off endingj student is the
possessor of a good excise, but in the
other nine cases, the reason for leav-
ing is a pure inventio2i. Such inter-
ruptions are neither fdAir to the pro-
fessor or to his class, and, as a matter
of principle, will not persist much
longer in the future.

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NIGHT EDITORS
H. Beach Carpenter . Fred B. Faulk
Morton R. Hunter .......... Morris Milligan
flvuce' J, Miles.. ....... .Ernest R. Burton
Lecster F. Rosenbaum..David D. Hunting
REPORTERS
T.eonard M. Rieser ........ Harold P. Scott
Leo flurnett.............. Fenn H. Hossick
S'M. Church............... Carlton Jenks
hales S. Johnson,. ........C. 11. Lang
Recrims ;. Kline.......... 3J. R. Kistner
Will Shafroth............... Henry C. Bogle
11. F. Mc Kinney ..........G. S. Johnston
W. R. Melton......... Ralph E. Cunningham
V. I. Jabiq Hsu......H. --..Rummel
Frank P.. Kohler......... Herman PomiperI
BUSINESS STAFF
A. R. Johnson, Jr........... Advertising Mgr.
Emerson Smith............ ... Accountant
T.auren~ce D. Bartlett........ Circulation Mgr.
Sherwood Field.............. John Leonard
Harry E. Johnson
SUJN AY, JANUARY 12, 1913.
Night Editor-David D. Hunting.

THEATRICAL CIRCLES.
"Little Boy Blue."
A popular favorite, Otis Harlan, well
remembered in this city, is the princi-
pal comedian with Henry W. Savage's
production of the joyous operatta,
"Little Boy Blue," which is to be seen
at the Whitney theater on Thursday,
January 16. "Little Boy Blue" is one
of the most pretentious of the Savage
offerings and is generally recognized
as the big hit of last season in New
York.
At the MLajestic.
Hazel Langenour, who startled the
sporting world last summer by swim-
ming across Golden Gate, San Fran-
cisco, will be the attraction at the
Majestic theater the first three days
of this week. Miss Langenou will
give an exhibition of her diving and
swimming in a huge glass tank con-
taining 6,000 gallons of water which
is pumped into the tank by a motor at
the rate of 15 miles per hour. The Mc-
Connell Sisters from La Salle theater,
Chicago, will be important factors in
the new show.

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Local Cars for Delroit-5;40 a. Mn., 6:40 a
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Ann Arbor Savings Bank [ n £:40 P, ., 9n.4~5 .,and 109 45 P. in
ital Stock $300,000 Sur plus $ICC CCO 1?:30 P. in., 1:00 a. in.
Resources $3,000,0(00(jLimited Cars for Jackcson-7 :4ti a. m. and
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"TO BE OR NOT TO BE."
It doesn't put much of a burden onI
,the imagination to picture out thet
benefits to the university that will
follow in the wake of a convention in
this city next fall of the Michigant
State Teachers' association, if thatf
event should come to pass. It will
come to pass if adequate accommoda-
tions can be promised for the eight]
or nine thousand visitors who attend,
these annual meetings, which brings,
its to the question.
Five thousand students, by waking
up to the importances of such a con-,
vention, can exercise much latent in-,
fluence in the rounding up of these ac-
comnmodations. You all know the fa-
cilities of your own houses, the amen-
ability of your respective land-ladies
to argument, and the elasticity of
your own roomns in the way of enter-
tainmuent.
.Don't foist all the burden off on the
shoulders of the city officials. The
city will profit from the money which
will be spent by the visiting, delega-
tions of teachers, but the lasting ben-
efits will accrue to the university in
the dissemination throughout the
state of first hand* information rela-
tive to this institution. It is a big op-
portunity to get in some constructive
work for Michigan.
ABUSING A PRIVILEGE
It has been c~lle4 tq our attention
that if the habit on the part of too
many students to leave classes early
continues in the proportion that it has
of late, steps will be taken to restrict
the privilege to a degree that will al-
most eliminate it. In view of the
way this privilege is now being abused
such action on the part of the fac-
ulty would be entirely justified.

G7arrick, 1Detroit.
What should, without question,
prove not only the most, important but
the most interesting engagement as
well, to be offered to Detroit theater-
goers, will soon occur at the Garrick
theater on Monday, January. 13, for
one week and the usual matinees,
when the Gilbert and Sullivan Festival
Company from the Casino theater,
New York, will be seen in a revival
'of Gilbert and Sullivan's greatest op-
eras.
Amost engaging repertoire has
been arranged as follows : On Mon-
day and Friday evenings, "The' Pirates
of Penzance;" on Tuesday and Satur-
day evenings and at the Saturday mat-
inee, the "The Mikado," "Pinafore," at
the matinee and evening performances
on Wednesday and "Patience," on
Thursday evening.
WEBSTER, SOCIETY CHOOSES
NEXT SEMESTER'S OFFICERS

PLACE PROTECTIVE DEVICES
IN ENGINEERING SHOPS.
Guards and other protective devices
are being placed around all belts and
cogs in the engineering shops, under
the supervision of Superintendent of

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WE PAY EFPECIAL ATTENTION TO STUDENTS, PARTIES, ORDERS f0IYEN PROMPT ATTENTION
ON MAIN. STREET

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Webster society selected the fol-
lowing officers to guide its destinies
for the ensuing semester: F. Hinkle,
president; C. F. Phillips, vice-presi-
dent; G. H. Benninighoff, ecretary; D.
J. Armstrong, treasurer. Following
the custom of the organization these
men are all members of the junior law
class. In pursuance of the same cus-
tom F. -Smoyer, '13L, was chosen crit-
ic, apd P.' Pen~el, '14L, tioe retiring
president, sergeant-at-arms. The in-
§tall ftion of officers will take place
neXt Friday evening, after which the
club will attend the Michigan-Chicarro
debate In a body.
The social committee has arianged a
smoker for Friday, Februlary 7, at
which members of the faculty and
students have been secured to speak.

This beautiful old country home-
the Bratun Farm-a mile and a half
from Ann, Arbor, is offered for sale.
Tell your folks at home about this
-here are 163._5 as. fertile, acres as
can be found in Michigan, with
woods and maple gtrove; apple orch-
ard and pear and Multm and cherry
trees, grape'vines andl current hushes
in plenty. Hine buildings with plea-
tv of water.
To leasrn more about this, see or
w rite
CarlF.Braun
AT ANN ARBOR SAVINGS DANK

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Beauty Bunch!

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Banquets

and Club

DinnersI

$1000.00 Attraction
Miss Hazel Bs Langevour
The Girl. Who Swam the Golden Gate
A wonderful exhibition of a beautiful girl swimming in a
mammo~th glatss tank with water running through it at the
rate of 15 miles per hoar.
Mu sical Comedy Stars Miss Eva Prout
M'Co n nel l Sisters, Character Entertainer
G rotesque Soags, Qances -Classy Chap"
Extra Added Attraction
Carson and Willard
""The Dutch In China"
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are s rrv~d in bey' of style at
MACK'S
TEA ROOM
Also dinners,lIunche; and refceahuncnt5
Open 8 am. to 5 p.m,.-Saturdays till
9 p.m.
Orchestra Saturday s---Nooc an d Evening

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WW in is Rank- m4 ~The
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Banking C. John Wall, Jr., Cashiur
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