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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE fIICIIIOAN 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,
1879.
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Editor-r to 3 p. m.; 7 to 1o
p. in. Business Manager- to 3 p. in.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.5o; 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.
Frank Pennell..........Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard ..........Business Manager
Maurice Toulme..............News Editor
C. Harold Hippler .............Assistant
Karl Matthews..............Athletic Editor
G. C. Eldredge .............Assistant
John Townley............Music and Drama
Leonard M. Rieser ...................Files
EDITORIALS
Harold G. McGee Louis R. Haller
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,
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1912
Important meeting of business staff
at 4:30 p. m. today.
TOOT, TOOT!
Going to Columbus?
Press reports say its a critical situ-
'ation for Michigan. Down at Ohio:
State they're all on edge for the big
game of the year. The Buckeye school
has one of the most powerful teams
in its history. In Richards, it has a
coach with a reputation for getting
results, and with one ambition-to
beat the Wolverines.
Ohio State rooters by the thousands
will work for that win. Ohio State
alumni will flock into those bleachers
from a thousand miles around. As an
offset Michigan must get a big delega-
tion down to Columbus. That excur-
sion train should be packed. There is
no reason why it shouldn't. A per-
sonal sacrifice is a sacrifice for the
university.
The team wants your support. Mich-
igan wants that game. If you have to
-look up an ola clothes man. Set
your alarm clock. Certainly-.
We're going to Columbus!

The tall and uncut for you frosh.
This is 1916 DAY in the Colyum, and
we're going to bawl you out fierce.
Early Sale in Suit-Case Labels.
He went out for the glee club,
He went out for the team;
He turned in Gargoyle jokes that
Were a perfect scream.
There was no college honor
For which he did'nt try-
BUT he forgot to study (!X?!)
Goodbye, old man, goodbye!
-G. C. E.
Chief Gazabo-You will find that
your history class meets in room 202,
T. H. Know where that is?
Branded One-Sure. That's in that
red brick shed-Tammany Hall.
-D. D. H.
Don't Kid Us, You Little Rascal.
Deer Cintillater: Kin u tel me wy
thet barber at the n. e. corner of the
campus don't put up his barber pole?
-First Year Gent.
A promising member of the 'steen
class squatted in front. of a door in
the corridor of U. hall for fifteen min-
utes, waiting for the elevator to come
down and take him to the fourth floor,
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Whatever ideal have been treasured,
whatever drams have been dreamed
in behalf of the Michigan Union, were
realized last night. If the Union has
ever meant anything or if it is ever to
mean anything, that was attained at
the membership dinner. The ideal was
realized when our president, an hon-
ored alumnus, and a student, each in
turn made a confession of faith. It
was no ordinary gathering. Emotions
of no ordinary intensity answered the
behests of democracy.
A president, removed from his
"boys" by arduous administrative du-
ties, embraced a golden opportunity,
and formulated as never before his
ambitions, to an audience never more
eager. An alumnus, who but seven
years ago was an under-graduate har-
assed by the same doubts that sur-
round the present generation, returned
to taste the unbrided fellowship of the
collegian, to receive a whole-hearted,
unstinted, Michigan Union welcome.
Rather do the words of President;
Hutchins-"I look forward to the time
when every university man will be a
member of the Union"-take the form;
of a prediction than the expression of
a hope.
Iowa Men Meet Tonight.
There will be a meeting of Iowa meni
at the Michigan Uniontonight to or-
ganize the Hawkeye club. This year
there are approximately 50 Iowans en-
rolled in the university.

Ye Frosh on Rush Day.
Half a mile, half a mile,
On up the Huron;
Just at the break of day,
All on their quiet way,
Froshmen-one hundred.
Fifty frosh, forty miles,
Into Detroit;
All on the night before,
Safety to them. was more
Than all class honor.
Ten o'clock, twelve o'clock-
Those in Ann Arbor
Who, in the love of peace
Cared not for class relief,
On slept three hundred. -H. R. H.
No thanks, not tonight. Wait till we
get to Columbus.
ALUMNI PLAN TO GO TO PENN.
Grand Rapids Association to Send
Special Train of Rooters
to Big Game.
Members of the Peninsular club, of
Grand Rapids, are planning to send a
special train of Michigan rooters to
the Michigan-Pennsy football game at
Philadelphia, November 9. The pros-
pectus of the trip including the itiner-
ary is already out and the promoters
of the excursion are planning to make
a big success of the enterprise.
It is reported that Regents Beal,
Hanchett, Leland and Sawyer will
make the trip with the club. Governor
Osborn has also promised to make
the trip, and it is intimated that the
governor elect of Michigan will con-
sent to accompany the club.
Sixty dollars is the price of a ticket
which will cover the entire expense
of the trip, including an opera after
the game.
It is believed the Detroit- alumni
will take up the same plan and have
a train of their own.
"PAINTED WINDOW" STARTS.
YEAR WITH BUSY PROSPECTS
The new school publication "The
Painted Window" is having' a decidedly
successful circulation, accoding to the
business manager, Guy L. Woolfolk,
'14. The magazine has been enlarged
and improved since last year and the
public seems to appreciate its high-
er standard. Woolfolk is decidedly
pleased over its reception by the pub-
lic. The next number promises to ap-
pear on November 5.
When the best girl of the man that
KNOWS HOW gets a treat, its a box of
Huyler's Candy. Phone 57..

Another Year
Ahead of Him
May it be a happy
one-may he always have Fatimas.
.With each package of Fallima. you get a pennant co&pon.
25 of which aecwe a handsomee felt pennant-Clie" .
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Ann Arbor Time Table
Limited Cara for Detroit-7:12 a. in. and
hourly to6:12 p. n., also 8:12 p. mn.
Local Cars for Detroit-5;40 a. m., 6:40 a.
in., and every two hours to 6;40 p. n.. 7:40
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12:30 p. tn., 1:00 a. m.
Limited Card for Jackson--7:46 a. m. and
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Local Cars for Jackson-5:20 a In., and
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