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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THiEMHUJIAN 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 Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan, under Act of ~Congress of March 3,
1 879.
Offices: Secdnd floor, An Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street,
Office Hours: Edito rt3 p. m.; toiro
p. m. Business Manager- to 3 p. mn.
'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, 96o
Frsi k Pennell........Managing Editor
?0repa Fouchad..........Business Manager
M.aurire Torlme--------------..News Editor
C. Harold Hippler................Assistant
K(arl Matthlews-....... ,......Athletic Editor
i. C. Elredge ..................Assistant
lohn Townlevy............Music and Drama
Leon ardl M. ieser ...................Files
EDITORIALS
Har Td G. McCee Louis R. Haler
I:izuwell VWi u e:j Maurice Myers
NIGHT EDITORS
Fl. reach Crpenter Fred B. Fouk
Mlertcn R. Hunter ..........Morris Milligan
Russell H. Neilson ..........Bruce . Miles
RE~'PORTERS
,awes D' l-vin ...........Ernest R. Burton
'Jei2 D. .fluiting............ J. V. Sweeney
LUSINESS STAFF
Adna R. Jo:hnston ........Advertising Mgr.
Emerson Smith .................Accountant
Laurence D. Bartlett....... Circulation Mgr.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912.
NON-CAMPAIGNING COMPACTS.
There is a two-fold significance in
the action taken by the four presiden-
tial candidates in the senior engineer-
ing class, whereby they mutually agree
to abandon further campaigning and
to release pledges already secured.
Not only does it insure a united class
for the most important of the four
years but it will serve as an example
for those candidates in other classes
who are anxious for some way out of
campaigning.
There have been too many classes
at Michigan which have maintained
brilliant records until the senior year,
only to degenerate into derelicts. It
is not necessary to go into ancient
campus history for examples of this
very thing. It has happened nearly
every year in some departments, all
on account of class politicians who
have found balm for defeat in inglori-
ous disorganization work. It seems
a pity that any class should come to
commencement day in warring fac-
tions that no end of class reunions can
ever reconcile, but this will continue
until politics is given a final knock-
out blow.
In its effect upon candidates in other
classes, the action of the engineers
will be interesting to watch. There
remains ample time before election,
for other opposing candidates to hitch
their wagons to the same star. The
nonchalance displayed in many of the1
class nominating meetings, concerning
the reform wave in campus politics,
furnishes no criterion for what may1
be expected from the individuals them-
selves. Compacts among the rivals1
for office, to refrain from campaigning,l
will not only mean a saving in time
and money, sho leather and lungt
power, but- it will result in a more
correct expression of the wishes of
the class.1

Starting today's merriment with the
observation that it's pretty soft for
the guy who stirs the mush, we're off
for an eight-inch trip down toward
the ads.
G~rm rargedy by the Bucket.
Coed, football player, glory,
That's the setting for the story.
Great ambition running rife,
Coed wanted for a wife.
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Biggest game of all the year,
Football player filled with fear;
Coed seated in the stand,
Claps her hands at Scillege band.
Football player's rival there,
Paid Coed's admission fare.
Football player running back,
(Coed eating Cracker-jack),
Football player grabs for ball,
Foot slips, has an awful ;fall;
Bal rolls on for twenty feet-
Opponent grabs it; game is beat.
Coed laffs in girlish glee,
Pledges rival's wife to be.
Football player nurses knee--
Time to end the stor-ee!
-W. B. B.

New acid Secondhand BOOKS for all departments
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Thirty Years of Suaceas
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The Adventures of Two Kindred Souls.
by Sir H~eeza Nutther.
The offul truth is that Clifford Cas-
tile lost his equipoise'! Now if any 'a
you'se have ever lost your equipoise
you get what this means. But just
then, fortunately for Cliff, the beaut
of a Fraulein O'Harrigan snuck along.
Noticing his offul plight, she had only
time to brush back a stray blade of
hair, before grabbing ;Cliff's knitting
needle, which he was holding in his
left handsomely manicured fist, and
drawing him back to terry. firmy. Eu-
reka and ex-seltzer!
But stay-wait a minut! There are
dank, dark deeds yet, about which we
must relate about. The offul thing
had happened. Cliff's YARN had drop-
ped to the dismal, dinky depths far,
far below! But that -is not all-
(Fine stuff in our next.)
Pipe Course Chorus News.'
"Aw, we'll only stay down an hour
or so. C'm on,, Bill."
After which the entire P. C. C. will
serenade the Tan Beta Pi house, it is
understood by those who are, to be
present.
Tabloid Psychol for Aujourd' iHui.
Get all the femns in your bunch and
tell 'em to walk down the diagonal
walk about 'steen or 'ty-one paces
apart, and when they meet some cer-
tain HIM which the bunch can't see
for dust, to stare at his hat, at the
same time faking to hold in a sup-
pressed smile. It's an old trick in Ann
Arbor, but it ought to prove amusing
for the little fresh-shes in the bunch.
Remember tomorrow is Freshman
Day in the Colyum.
PROFESSOR TATIJOCK BECOMES
AUT {OR OF CHAUTCER WORK,

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For the best 74iloring Service to be bad Anywhere.
In making Dress Clothes we aknowledgeno equal,
and prove our superiority in every instance.

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THINK OF IT!!
Sch uman-Heink, Fioiza ly Quartet; Werie nrath, Full Pos-
ton Symphony Orchestra,'Tiiia Lerner, and
The May Festival.
with tile Cl: oral Union Chorus, the Theodore Thomas Orchestra
and ,. lot of star soloists.
'rikets for 'Winter Concerts. with reserve seat,.. $3.25 to
$3.75. These tickets; may be exchlanged for May Festival rc-
serve seatts later by, padyitg $1.0o to $3.00.
ALL SALES AT
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1 Restaurant

709 N.
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al Restaurant open, after having undergone some remodeling and'impro-.
necessary in the premises, based always on the same principles of
Pu~xre .idGri eFood
Ed'ixc2%,#&d Cooks and
Strigct Ce.dr~s
Bes in life depends on a strov, anid resourceful rinud :lut a strong and re-
ud mind is liv z) 11a str'ong and .ca~ LI, y ody.
IL hi. I ohlii died when good anid rich 1 kodxl15 , ircu'ating in our veins.
do we "et the blood? E+asy to answer' Vrto atnce food we are co..suiuuiig-
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bi'ocl ud.vi1 build up ;a SLIong Constitution ai~d a sound lijjL~l :an(1will brirng
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and stale food ' an)dle'd b h.;I first nman awhlo (-&I s himself (Cooti(is the poisonl
ied grudu~rI) in our ,ysteni- If you dou t feel tlhatiulois 0-nw you will feel
.)n when the resolts of the alfeedi~on of your stoniach will make(. you a slave'
itfecnt pills and other na it i'i ns.
WVe claim to oitl high-class cooiking and high-class service
at popular pliew
hen open for ins'poction to 11l visitols.

Advertised Letters.
Drops-Alexander Mr.' Anson, Al-
bert, Carl D. D. Crosby, Howard Eas-
ton, Mr. Allen J., Mason, T. G., Patter-
son, R. W.
Foreign-Carnevale, Mr. Antonio,
Wohl ;eiu h, Martin.
Ii t. d I.:-lRo~,Ida.
lrorncsdi-E.ondy, Mrs. C. M., Blak-
eney, Mr. 3... , Pak;r, Mr. Jvchn, Blunt-
habrdt, Miss R1uth, Brurker, D. P., B3ur-
;ess, Dr-., Dare, Mss Margaret, Dan-
'orth, Mir. Chewer, Garnet, Mr. W. W.,
Coodnew, Mr. Ca::, Hall, Dr. Charles,
K inyon, Frank, lett, Mr. Charles,
1lcody, Mr. F. B., :McKenzie, Miss Lou-
se, Maize, Mrs., Mlihamn, Mr. Wayne,
Se Yer, Mrs. Mary, Whitehead, Mrs.
Loafse, Yoin, Miss Myrtle.
H. G. PRETTYMAN, 1P. M.

Prof. J. S. P. Tatlock, of the Enrylish
department, is the author of a new
book on Chaucer entitled, "The Coin
1 1etu Poetical' Works of Geoffrey
Chaucer." Perz:Y MacK-ye, an east! rn
author, has collaborate J wh P1-3t.
Tatlock in the work.
i girers G~et New lustructor.
Samuel I=loexton, highly recomme-ad-
ed by the president of the Stevens In-
stitute of Technology of whichx he is
a graduate, has accepted a rosition as
teacher of descriptive g orne-tty in the
engineering department. Wells B.. Ben-
net of Syracuse will fill a similax 1,o-
sition.

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On accountof ftin'we llatIlit Yt d fr~tnaIII T"iirla 't: le t us- 1W%
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Baggage Delivered
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'DETROIT UNITED LINES
Ann Arbor Time Table
Littd Cares for Detrolf-7:12 a in. and
hourly to i:2P. iM., also 8:1 . .n
Local Cars for Detroft-5;44 a, ..,6:10 a.
mn.. and every two hours to 6i;4UJ p.* n.7:44
1). tiLti 4u 1).-Ill., 9:45 p In , and 11:4, p> Ill
T'o Gp-ilanti only,. 11:15 p Ill., 1_:15 p. In.
J."?:34 p.In., 1:4(iI1 .n.
LimIted Cars for Jackson-7 :4: a. mn. and
ev ery two hours to 7:4 6 p. ni.
Local Cars for Jackson-5 :20 ao in., and
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Freshmen Caps
Gym. Shoes, Su'ts, Towels, etc.
Laboratoryr Suits and Aprons
Engineering Overalls and
Jackets, Iterwoven Hose
Operating Coats and Aprons
Holeproot Hose-- Sweaters

I:Mate ist. Signl of the big White shoe.

ISlickers and Raincoats
I McsterschattSho,
I Frisbie Collar
I Redman Collars

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