THE MICHIGAN DAILY
H. Wild Co.
Tailors and Importers
311 South State Street
THEM PCHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the 'University of Mich-
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor, Mlich-
igan, under Act of Congress of March 3,
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
OfficeHours: Editor- to 3 p. n.; 7 to o
p. in. Business Manager-i to 3 P. im.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.50; by mail,
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quar.ry's
Pharmacy; University Pharmacy ; Davis
and Konald's Confectionary Store.
Phones: Bell and Home, 960.
Frank Pennell.............Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard. ......Business Manager,
Maurice Toulme..............News Editor
C. Harold Hippler ............Assistant
Karl Matthews...... ....Athletic Editor
J. C. Eldredge..........Assistant
ohn Townley.... . .,Music and Drama
Leonard M. Rieser......... ...Files
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game o' chess'
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Gimme a light;"
"The Gimme Chorus
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But gimme the guy,
What says: "Get me a dream
For the dance tonight-
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Morton R. Hunter..........Morris Millign
Russell H. Neilson ..........Bruce J. Miles
James D' Evlin.P ...Ernest R. Burton
David D. Hunting...........J. V. Sweeney
Adna R. Johnston..........Advertising Mgr.
Laurence D. Bartlett.....Circulation Mgr.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1912.
Night Editor-Fred B. Foulk.
To strike that happy medium be-
tween scholarship and outside activi-
ties which results in the well-rounded
man, was emphasized by President
Hutchins at the Michigan Union din-
ner on Thursday night. Right here in
this connection, the value of the Sun-
day afternoon gatherings at the Un-
Ion would be greatly enhanced if
those in attendance would break from
the small group idea of mixing.
Those responsible for the enter-
tainments can furnish refreshments
and a program but these are only in-
cidental to the main function of the
Union, namely, to establish a center
for Michigan's social life and to foster
the growth of all that is most valua-
ble in Michigan spirit and Michigan
ideals. These Sunday afternoon meet-
ings offer an opportunity to each man
in the university to rub shoulders
with all the different sorts of men who
make this university so preeminently
cosmopolitan, to get a more just con-
ception of the angle from whih they
view life, to learn a great deal to his
own advantage by observing just
wherein the strength and weakness
of 'these men lie, and by learning how
best to adapt himself to them.
The natural tendency for men who
have been here a few years is to hunt
up a group of friends and forget that
there is anyone else present. The nat-
ural tendency fortthose who are now
here is to wait for the older men to
make the advances. Both attitudes
are wrong. The upper classman is
not merely making things pleasanter
for the underclassmen by going
out of his way to be, friendly to
hind, but is giving himself the most
valuable training he can possibly get,
in learning to make his personality
felt by one who is a strangr to him.
And the underclassman should re-
member that the Michigan Union
prides itself on being for "Michigan
men everywhere," and the friendly ad-
vances by any Michigan man will nev-
er be anything but welcome to any
other Michigan man,.
A formal introduction to anyone at
these gatherings is less necessar
than a necktie on a nightshirt. Com-
ment on the music to the man sitting
next to you, whether you know him
or not, or ask him if the Bull Moose
are very thick in his part of the coun-
try. Gettacquainted with himsome-
how. Remembers that the success of;
these meetings depends very largely
on the attitude of the men who attend
them, and that in taking the right at-
titude you are helping to make the
Union indispensible to the best inter-
ests of the university.
Observations of a Sad Cynic.
Nothing but the leaden skies kept
the quarter-back from going up in the
'A text-book on oral surgery is ad-
vertized. Probably some fem medic
Tom Lovell should be a good bil-
liard player-plenty of Hinglish, y'
Columbus discovered America, but it
may be difficult for some jovial Amer-
icans to discover Columbus this ev-
ROMANCING IN PERU.
The Adventures of Two Kindred Souls
by Sir lleeza Nuther.
Down, down into the deep, dank
depths darted the ball of yarn which
Cliff Ca'stile dropped over the cliff in
our last installment. Oh, horror of
horrors, what if it hit some poor, un-
suspecting guy on the head? And it
did! The Royal Kink of Peru was
picking turnip-blossoms in the hang-
ing gardens below, and the ball of
yarn hit him square on the top-piece.
But his head was rubber, so the ball of
yarn hitting it, bounced back up the
dank, dark cliff to Cliff who dexter-
ously copped it. And it was well;
there was not such another ball of
yarn in all Peru!
Elated over his luck, Cliff Castile
asked the B. 0. a R. fem named O'Har-
rigan out for a sody, but on the way
to the sody joint a terribul thing hap-
(Dark stuff in our next.)
The Belmont Collar Brigade.
Sophomores at Illinois are sporting
class canes this year.
Toot! Toot! Heah comes my train.
Charlie's Barber Shop is now open
at 619 E. Liberty. tf
Student girls or boys desiring pri-
vate dining-room in desirable location'
near campus, with sitting room lava-
tory, and separate entrance may ob-
tain quarters for 12 or 16 people at
1317 Washtenaw, Phone 543. 16-18
Charlie, the Barber has moved to 619
E. Liberty St. tf
Piano lessons: Terms reasonable..
Special attention given new beginners.
Graduate of Detroit Conservatory of
I will refuse,
I will be ruff-,
Beauts and dreams
Ain't plenty enuff.
By courteous treatment of t
in the Realm of Music" we have
dle west4. We solicit your patro
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est Tailoring Service to be had Anywhere.
r Dress Clothes we aknowledge no equal,
our superiority in every instance.
Burchfield & Company
106 East Huron Street
First Choice 75
Wednesday and Thursday
Second Choice, .50
Friday and Saturday:
Next Choice, 25
On and after Monday
THINK OF IT2!
Schuman-Heink, Flonzaly Quartet, Werrenrath, Full
ton Symphony Orchestra, Tina Lerner, and
The May Festival
with the Choral Union Chorus, the Theodore Thomas Orche
and a lot of star soloists.
Tickets for Winter Concerts with reseive. seat, $3.2
$3.75. These tickets may be exchanged for May Festiva
serve seats later by paying $r.oo to $3-.oo.
ALL SALES AT
University School of Mus
Ann Arbor Taxicab C
On account of fire we have moved frsm 114 North State to ouI
location at 300 North Main Street, being fully equipped we ask
patronoge for the coming year. For prompt and quick service cal
taxies on leaving car. Also your
to all parts of the city by our new auto truck on call day and n
Single Passenger . . . -. 5oc To and from Parties $2 00 a co
Two or more.... . 25c each By the Hour.. . . . .
From 10:30p.m.to6a.m.50c strai't Trunks . . . - . . 25c a
Music. Call. 825 S. Division St.
aut open, after having undergone some remodeling and impro
the premises, based always on the same principles of
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epends on a strong and resourceful mind; but a strong and re-
ing on a strong and healthy body.
.d whengood and rich blood is circulating in our veins.
e blood: Easy to answer! From the food we are consurning.
.d well prepared and well served will constitute the ingredients
wild up a strong constitution and a sound mind and will bring
,d handled by the first man who calls himself cook is the poison
' in our system. If you don't feel that poison now you will feel
esults of the affection of your stomach will make you a slave
and~ other medicines.
offer high-class cooking and high-class service
at popular, prices
inspection to allvisitors.
"Redman" collars now,
Wagner & Co., State St.
The largest and finest stock
city. Goodyear's Drug Store.
Charlie, the Barber has moved to 619
E. Liberty St. tf
If you want a good stand in take.
her a box of Huyler's candy. Agency
214 Main St. 16
Charlie's Barber Shop is now open
' at 619 E. Liberty.. iz
ooper & Co.
ne killed fresh
Also the best
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Ann Arbor Time Table
Limited Cars for Detroit-7:12 a. m. and
hourly to 6:12 p. m., alsos:12 p. m.
Local Cars for Detroit-5;40 a. i., 6:40 a.
m., and every two hours to 6;40 p. in., 7:40
m., 8:40 p m., 9:45 p. n., and 10:45 p. in
To fpsilanti only. 11:15 p. i., 12:15 p. m.
12:30 p. Mn., 1:00 a. m.
Limited Cars for Jackson-7:46 a. m. and
every two hours to 7:46 p. m.
Local Cars for Jackson-5:20 a m., and
every two hours to 9:20 p. in., 11:15 p. m.
that college styles"sare not
a matter of. buttons,' fancy
flaps, etc., but rather of plain rich effect and individualty.
Thvt is the kind of clothes we make.
All garments made
In our own shops.
WAGNER & CO. s