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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

Select your F'all or Winter

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311 oath State Street

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1913 Calendars 'and' Dairies
ce Supplies Letter Files and I,-dex Friles Typewriting Supplies

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Studehts' Bookstore

EtllMfClIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
igan.;
Published every morning 'except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
V~ntered at the post-office at Ann Arbor, Mich-
Iian. under Act of Congress of March 3~
Offices: Second floor,° Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing. Maynard Street.
Office Hiours: Editor- i to 3 p. m. ; to io
p. m. Blusiness Manager-r to 3 p. m.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.5o; by mail,
S3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; Davis
and Konald's Confectionary Store.
Phones: Bell and Home, 960.
Frank Pennel ........Managing Editor
Joseph Fouc hard ..........Business Manager
Maurice Toulme .............. News Editor
C. Harold Hippler............ .Assistant
Karl Matthews......... .. .Athletic Editor
G., C. Eldredge................ Assistant
John Townley........ ,... Music and Drams
lade lEdwards....................Women
lHarold 1i. Abbott.............. ..Cartoonist
EDITORIALS
Rarold G. McGee Louis P. Haller
R-owell Van Aul-en Maurice Myers
lt 'nretTyo ...Idi .Tuso
NIGHT EDITORS'
H1. Beach Carpenter . Fred B. Foulk
Morton R. Hunter.... ... .. Morris Milligan
Ihutce J. Miles.......... .Ernest R. Burton
(,ester P. 1Rosenbaum..David D. Hunting
REPORTERS
Leonard 11. lieser......Harold P. Scott
i.eo 1;,rntt..............Ferno11. 1Ilossick
l?. 3\. Cburch.............. Carltoni Jenks
dharles S. Johnson............. C. II. Lang
}:rtuus I;. Kline .............j.R. Kisruer
\V;11 Shafroth............. henry C. ]3ogle
F. . Melvinney ............. S. Johnston
\V.it.Melton .........Ralph 1E. Cunningham
r. I'. jahin Ilsu..........I, _,Rumnmel
frank 1-> Kohler..........Herman i'oniper
BUSINESS STAFF
A. R. Johnson, Jr....... ,... Advertising Mgr.
Ctmerson Smith..........Accountant
'auirence D. Bartlett........ Circulation Mgr.
Sherwood field............. John Leonard
Harry E . Johnson
TUESDAY, JANUARY14, 1913.
.Night Editor-Bruce J. Miles.
Seconid Daily staff dinner at Union
l o y if ll; t6:00 O'clock.

cil to see that it is made as much of a
succets as' it is possible to make it,
until another one is devised. The on-
ly way to do this is to penalize cam-
paigning of all sorts.
The council, if the spirit of the
council is to be maintained, ought to
rule: No candidate for nomination or
election to the student council shall be
eligible to election or a seat in the
council by or for whom electioneering
of any sort has been proved to have
been done, with or without his knowl-
edge or consent.
THE ATRIICAL CIRCLE S.
"Little Boy Blue."
"Little Boy Blue," the .Henry W.
Savage offering, which is 'to be the at-
traction at the Whitney theater Thurs-
day, January 16, is one of the most
pretentious of that progressive mana-
ger's attractions. "Little Boy Blue"
was written by Rudolph Schanzer,
who provides the book, and Carl Lin-
dau who composed the~music, and was
Americanized by A. E. Thomas and
Edward Paulton. There is a large
chorus composed of pretty young girls
and good -looking boys, and an orches-
tra of grand opera proportions.

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a good one is not the question.
have the system. It is up to thec

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University Bookstores

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TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES OF ALL SORTS AT

Bseg"in the Year Right
Equip your office. You m~ay require a
Handy Desk Calendar, an Excelsior Diary, Journal
or Ledger, Card 'Cabinet, Quart of Ink
or Box of Pens

WHY NOT RAVE VYOUR
MICHIG ANENSIAN PICTURE

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now so that you can have some of

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FROSTY MORNINGS
Starbt tc b llood rus lini biru
the ve1ius. Fortuna.t :,L (_ho%%1,1
CAn A FFORD hi= ,Wiutet SilTar (I
OVEERtXA'l. Ii f Ul OUrtia
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Platinum Portraits

made frent the negative--yiur friends at hone swill appreciate them

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Phone 961-1,

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INIVEIRSITI NOTICES.

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Liberty $trcee
(Copyrighited)

Combined hockey teams meet
Ferry field rink at 7:00 o'clock.

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We can give you the best service on
Strings for all tMusical' Inst ruments
GRINNELL BROS., 120-122!X. Liberly St.

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kTTE TIO FELL

Upper class girls basketball supper
at Barbour gym at 6:00 o'clock.
All men interested in forming a
Spanish club meet at Union at '7:00
o'clock.
Soph lit basketball practice at gymo
at 7:00 o'clock.
Engineer hockey practice at Ferry
-field at 4:00 o'clock.

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THE GIRLS

ALL SAY

all xi-1550
Theatres and Dazim Parties
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Baggage Trluclk

Quitck ,Service

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ANNOUNICEMENT

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- Fu th bet Ti~m~ug erccc o be hads Anywh0ere.
Ii :n kimg Dress iClol - w we kuowl 7edge no equxal,
and p})rov e owr, s-i z 1& V 3every' instance.
Sam Burchield & Company
106 East Hiuron Street
PACKARD ACADEMY
Private Paries Only Newly Decorated
Beginners' P)anaing Ck.a~-tv'ry Toclay and F odn \ ci ns 0~ocu
Pr , ate A- ,IO y appont nlent -
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one 1 S50-. Residence 576-L

WAS IT CROOKED?
The filed protest from two members
of the junior law class arising out of
the solicitation of their votes yester-
l ay in the stuident council elections,
puts an issue up to the council, which,
if rnoi prcmptly acted on, will mean the
start of *that organization on a rapid
slide downiward. It is our opinion that
the council can take but one step-
ain Jinves'ligation of all the elections
and a«ine w election in every case where
there has been a violation of the anti-
c ampaig«b ing understanding.
Once upon a. time, it would have
been an impossibility to as much as
attempt the vote swapping that char-
acterized both the nominating polls
on Saturday and the elections yester-
iay. There are consistent reports to
the effect that there were discrepan-
cies in other, classes. The protests
from the junior law class, if acted up-
on as they should be, will throw out
'he entire election, as both sides are
involved.
If proper emphasis is laid on the
rule relative to campaigning by the
c;ounci-l itself, the system of secret bal-
lot nominations can be given a further
trial.. Those who originated the sys-
tem were of the opinion that in each
class there would be one or two men
who, if there was no campaigning in
advance, would naturally be selected
or the office. Consequently, any cam-
paigning whatsoever is i violation
of the spirit of the system of elections.
There seems to be a feeling prevalent
that if the candidates themselves do
not do any campaigning, it is all right
for their friends to put ini a good
-word or even to ask others to vote for
them. Whether or not this' system is

Soph engineers pay dues
day and Thursday across
from dean's office.

Literary hockey, practice at 7:00
o'clock tonight.
Fresh lit basketball practice at City
Y. M. C. A. at 4:15 o'clock.
Junior lit class meeting this after-
noon at 4:15 p. in., west physics lec-
ture room, to settle tie in student
council balloting.
Sister of Regent IV. L. Clements :Dies.
Miss Mary Clements, sister of Re-
gent W. L. Clements, died at the home
of her sister,Mrs. Ida Clements Wheat,
825 Tappan avenue yesterday morn-
ing. Regent Clements, of Bay City,
was immediately notified and was ex-
pected in the city yesterday.
JA NUARY "PAINTED WINDOW"
TO GIO ON SALE THIS WEEK.
This month's issue of the of the
"'Painted Widow," which will make its
appearance in the shop windows the
Carly part of this week will offer its
readers something novel in the way o'
stories and poems. A feature which
is new to the '"Painted Window" in
frontispieces has been submitted by E.
S. Everett and Ruth Mary Weeks. An
essay, "My Own Times,", by Miss
Weeks, antd "The River," by Marjorie
Wfalker, are among the contributions.
A comprehensive treatise on the twc
subjects. "Student. Referendum" and
"The Conference," ,both of which have
given rise -to considerable 'discussion
on the campus will make their appear-
ance in the editorial columns.

Wednes-
corridor

CARDS - PROGRAMS -STATIONERY
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FOR
SAMPLES
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WHILE ThEIY LAST
A first-clasp Shaving Stick for 15c. Makes a nice creamry lasting lather
Guaranteed not to smhart the face.
VAN DOR EN'S_ Pharmacy
D)EAN BATES TMIL;L ECTURE
THIS FTENINGI AT ]BAY CITY
Dean Henry M. Bates, of the law FE ATURE DAY
department, has been away from the
city for a few days on business con-
cerning the .American Law School fed- AT
eration. He leaves again today for
Bay' City, where he will deliver .a lec-
ture tonight on. The Recall of Judges
and Judicial Decisions. This lecture The
is under the auspices of the university
extension course.
GARRICK, Detroit
D.WOLF HOPPER 'in
The Gilbert and :Sullivan
Festival Company
GREAT CAST OF GREAT STARS, ON WEDINESDAY
A Powterful War Feastore
MAJESjTIC'. tNaoeo'
HAEL LANGENOUR
GIRL FROM Command 9
THE (iOLDN GATE
MATIN EEO
TODAY re. M
M*Rig Circus comes Thursiay 10 Cents Admission
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LBULD C, EIROTMICHIGAN

Redecorated 1912
ChInese and American Restaurant
Priva a roons reserved for parties and ladles and
gen ilemn.
411 S. Stat, S t. Chop Svzey
BV st
2 for 25e
Collars

Flannel Shirts--wAttached or
Underwear---Wool or Cotton,

Detached Collars
union or 2 -piece

AST~TN2 UN 7J W2ESTfl4
n ArorDye Works
ich Dry aud Steam Clean.,in
626 204 E. Washington St.
L. TR. Wahl, Maarzss

HAVE YOU NOTICED
the distinguished appear-

25 Per Cent. oil on all Winter Caps
VARSITY TOGGERY SHOP
1107 S. University Ave.

ance a perfect fitting Dress Suit

IEARL & WILSON
I HIRTS SILO AND MORE

give~one? This is the only kind we 'make.

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Our fabrics are the newest.

This bea:utiful old country home--
the- Braun Fars-a mile andl a half
rmn Ann A rbor, is offered for Sale-
'fell voter folks at home about this
--here are 163.5 as fertile acres ai
~an br- found in Mlichigan, with .
cwroods rn maple grove ; apple orch-
curml and bear and plunm and~ cherry he
trees, grape vines and current bushes~.
in plenty. ine lbuildlings -witih Alen- e
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To learn mart- about this, sec o,
write

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A n Arbor Time Table

MADE IN OUR OWN SHOPS

aies and gf teilcunmet. 1If y a t Livolicd Cars tor Detroit-7:12 a. m and
hiturly to 6:12 p. Mn.. also 8:12 P. M.
est in theci, eat at 109O~t~s Local Cars leor Detroit-5;40 a. ext., 6:40 a.
ton St., land floor. in., aind every two hours to 6;40 p. in . 7:40)
p. n, x:10 p. tn, 9:45 p mn, and' 10:45 p. ri
~ll M1eal Tickcts, giv e cht-r t't oru t on Ysilanti only. 11:15 P. in., 12.15 P. na.1
1231p. m.. 1:00 a. mi.
A la care. J lulcd Cars for Jackson-7:411 a. 21L. Bpd
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