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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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and his children's, woo.
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THE fHCIHIOAN 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 An Arbor, Mich-
igan, under Act of Congress of March 3,
1879.
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Editor- to 3 P. in.; 7 to [0
p. m. Business Manager- i to 3 p. m.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.5; by mail,
$3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy ; University Pharmacy ; Davis
and Konald's Confectionary Store.
Phones: Bell and Home, 96.
Frank Pennell............ Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard....... ..Business Manager
Maurice Toulme .............. News Editor
C. Harold Hippler............ .Assistant
Karl Matthews ..............Athletic Editor
G. C. Eldredge ..................Assistant
J ohn Towney ............Music and Drama
Leonard M. R iesr ...................hies
EDITORIALS
Harold G McGee Louis R. Haler
Howell Van Auken Maurice Myers
NIGHT EDITORS
H. Beach Carpenter . Fred B. Foulk
Morton R. Hunter.......Morris Milligan.
Russell H. Neilson ..........Bruce J. Miles
REPORTERS
James D' Evlin ...........Ernest R. Burton
David D. Hunting ........... J. V. Sweeney
BUSINESS STAFF
Adna R. Johnston.........Advertising Mgr.
Emerson Smith .. ...............Accountant
Laurence D. Bartlett....... Circulation Mgr.
John I. Lippincott
]F'RIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912.
.Night Editor-Morris A. Milligan.
THE FORWARD MARCH.
"Let the office seek the man, not the
man the office."
With this watchword, the senior lit-
erary class will, this afternoon, launch
an aggressive campaign in the inter-
ests of clean campus politics. Nomi-
nating speeches, election cards, and
campaigning tactics of all kinds have
been ordered overboard, thus bringing
the self-seeker face to face with an
uncompromising spot-light.
It's too bad we all can't be senior
fits. It would be a pleasure to get out
this afternoon and give welcome to an
;.eriment that comes ticketed as one
of ti-, best. reform measures ever at-
c-=zl ted on the campus. TheCounl
coak % i.; Cilopforward last Tuesday
d inL bo'ithing campaign cards;
?is r::1 rsentatifve class has stamped
its a :rcyal by going a great way fur-
h:~> the same direction.
I: certainly looks as if the purely
selfish man is slat--d for rough sledding
at Michgan. It looks as if he had run
amuck of an ardent desire on the part
of its students, to have their university
bigger and better, to make its life rich-.
er and fuller, to have it give men, more
capable and manly, to the world.
We shall be disappointed and sur-
prised if this experiment of today does
not develop into the precedent of to-
morrow.
"WHAT'S WHAT."
Pride in the work of two members of
The Daily staff-rather than a mercen-
ary desire to attract patronage for pat-
ronage's sake alone, leads usto a few
words of commendation for "What's
What," the newest campus publication.
With publications, perhaps, as with
many other things, their need is felt
most keenly once they have put in an
apearance. It seems stran e on ret-
rospection, that such a publication did
not make an earlier debut. Famliari-
ty with its statistics, its sketchings
of campus institutions and traditions,
and its treatises on student actiit
and undertakings, must necessarily
impart new funds of information of a
.aluable nature. It is one proposition

innately to realize that the University
of Michigan is a top-notcher in educa-
tional fields; another, to be able lucid-
ly to tell others, as well as yourself,
sonie of the, precise reasons why.
I-ol ma's L eague to Meet Tonighit.
A meeting of the Woman's League
will be held' in Barbour gymnasiumI
under the auspices of the athletic comi-
mnittee of the League, All women of
the university, particularly the fresh-
mnen, are invited to be present.

The Faculty Concert.
The first of the season's series of
Faculty concerts was given ,last even-
ing in High School hall. The audience
was unusually large for a rainy ev-
ening, and must have felt amply re-
warded if enthusiasm is a criterion.
It was a deeply enjoyable evening
Throughout. The content of the pro-
gram was excellent, and a standard
of musical beauty was set that will
miake the Faculty concerts this year al-
most rival in purely musical attrac-
tion the Choral Union series.
The Trio Opus T No. I of Beethoven
was used to open the program. The
composition is eminently characteris-
tic of the first period of the master's
work.
Mrs. Rhead, Mr. Lockwood and Rich-
ard Hall have been heard before in en-
semble; but never before have they
played with more precision and more
charm of tone and movement.
William Howland sang the Pagliacci
Prologue magnificently; no other de-
scription is adequate. A group of Lie-
der which came later in the evening
was no less appreciated; the "Pilgrim
Song" of Tschaikowsky rang with the
joy of earth.
The second violin Concerto of Wien-
iawsky is not great music, but under
the fingers of Samuel Lockwood it
reached all the expressiveness in its
romantic and fervid bravour.
Albert Lockwood gave the B minor
sonata of Liszt. to close the program.
It is seldom heard in this country, and
its intricacy of structure makes it dif-
ficult, perhaps, at a first hearing. Last
evening it was played impressively
and with meaning.
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410 S. STATE ST.

Meeting of the Oratorical Associa-
tion ticket sellers at the Union Satur-
day evening at 7:00 p. M.
Junior lit football practice today at
3:30, South Ferry field.
Senior engineer football practice at
3:30, South Ferry field.
Meeting of Kansas club tonight in
McMillan hall at 7:45.
All changes of address for student
directory must be in by October 15.
Call Hugh Allerton, 345 S. Division.
Soph lit football practice at 3:30,
South Ferry field. All candidates must
be examined at Gym, on Saturday at
5: 00p. M.
Junior engineer football practice,
South Ferry field, 4:00 p. m. tgday.

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CARDSPROGRMS' STATIONERY WRITE FOR SAMPLES
IGREGORZY MAYER & TIIOM. CO. DTRITMICHI

All men
report' at
12:15, and

eligible to offidiate at rush
Union between 12:00 and
12:45 and 1:15 today.

GOOD

LIGHT

MMEAN

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Those who wish to try out for the
editorial staff of the Michiganensian
are asked to meet at the Michiganen-
sian office at 8:00 o'clock. Friday
CRAFTSMEN CLUB TO HATE
SMOKER TOMORROW NIGHT
An informal smoker and annual re-
ception of all master masons will be
held by the Craftsmen Club of the
iversity in the Mascnic Temple at
8:00 o'clock tomorrow night Brief
addresses by prominent inasens and
officers of the organi ation, and a
short musical entertainment, will be
Liven. Plans for the coming year will
be discussed. A cordial invitation is
extended to all masons.
1R'ClCLE IN NEW YORK SUN
ExCITs ucH 'COImMENT,
An article written by Prof. F. N.
Scott for the New York Sun October 5,
is exciting much comment in the east.
11t deals with the. relation of colleges
to prel-.aratory schools, especially in
regard to the latest phase of entrance
requirements. It takes up, particular-
ly, the existing conditions at Michi-
gan.

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BUINCORNS CARED FOR AND
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