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THE fIICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
lEntered at the post-office at Ann .Arbor, Mich-
igan, under Act of Congress of March 3,
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Editor-to 3 p. m.; 7 to TO
p. n. Business M anager-t to 3 p. mn.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.50; by mail,
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
Harold G. McGee Louis R. Hailer
Howell Van Auken Maurice Myers
H. Beach Carpenter Fred B. Foulk
Morton R. Hunter ..........Morris Milligan
Russell H. Neilson ..........Bruce J. Miles
James D. Evlin...........Ernest R. Burton
David D. Hunting...........J. V. Sweeney
A. R. Johnson, Jr..........Advertising Mgr.
Emerson Smith . ............Accountant
Laurence D. Bartlett.......Circulation Mgr.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1912.
Night Editor-Russell If. Neilson.
standing what she heard, appealed in
great distress to one of the upper-
clrssmen at her house.
"Please, will you ask the director,"
she said, "if I can wash windows, in-
stead of scrubbing her floors? I hate
Tomorrow is PINK TEA DAY in the
Colyun, and all the stuff contained
therein will be perfectly proper from
name-plate to rear lamp. None of
this ruff stuff.
Sonietlijg Burning, Waiter?
Loudly bellowith the alarum,
Softly I snore;
Loudly bellowith the alarum;
To 8 a. in. three moments more.
In sweet Elysian fields I'm pomeing,
Tow'rd hev'n on paths of knowledge
Loudly belloweth the alarum-
Darn. --. . R.
RET'I 01 1 'RIT-EOUS 1WE LUXE.
Or a Hatpin Wielder's Reply.
The horrid man on pleasure bent,
With whom is all his leisure spent?
(Yet with no serious intent)
The fair coed.
He lets her help him spend his dough,
For he has no place else to go;
The only girl is home, you know.
Oh, poor coed'!
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STOCKINGS for 25C worth much more
UNION SUITS for $3.50 so good you'll never need an
head Gears, Shoulder Guards, Nose Mask, etc., etc.
Ask to see our $6.oo Auto Sweaters.
It is Eesy to Recogniz. s .
Stxzdio 319 I. Huron at.
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great man said; "Harmony
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d fitting suit is Heaven-
poor fit is Hell. Let ime
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The advent of the "Dixie club"
brings with it a hope that this new or-
ganization will fully realize its latent
powers, and a wish that the older sec-
tional clubs might feel their possibil-
ities moving them to more strenuous
efforts than they have exhibited. in
the past along certain lines. These
clubs can do Michigan the great ser-
vice of more thoroughly organizing the
alumni in their home states, that those
alumni may work concertedly toward
sending picked men to Michigan; that
they may keep in touch with under-
graduates who soon will be coming
back to them for places in life, and
that they may themselves be closer to-
gether in interests formed during their
But it will be impossible for the
clubs here to perform this service un-
less they plan to reach each man from
their section of the country and in
some way more closely identify his in-I
terests with those of the club, and with
those of the alumni "bac home." Here
is a broad, rich field, waiting for ear-
nest tilling. Eastern universities have,
not neglected it; but, as yet, Michigan
has been unable to do much outside
of this state. Can the university af-
ford continuance of such conditions?
Besides, everything done for Michigan
in their communities, is really done
for themselves, in that it betters their
chances and adds dignity to "I am
.lICHIGAN DAILY HAS
(1 IRtULATION ABROA D.
The Michigan. Daily, unlike many
publications of its kind, can now boast
the distinction of having a trans- con-
tinental circulation. Subscribers to
it are not only included in the boun-
daries of the campus nor for Lat mat-
ter .in the limits of the Unioi, uut the
paper has found its way across the
oceans. Raymond J. Urch, of Miya-
zaki, Klen., Japan, has been placed on
the regular subscription lists and his
first paper started on its lengthy jour-
ney. Mr. Urch graduated from the
university last June and is now teach-
ing in the Nebeak Middle School at
Miyazaki. R. H. Plaisance, of Paris,
is another subscriber.
WILLIN( TO WASH WINDOWS
BUT SCRUB FLOORS-UG !S
According to the new regulations at
Barbour gymnasium, every first year
woman is supposed to - do a certain
number of hours of clerical work for
the director, in payment for her lock-
er ticket. One woman, hearing some-
He makes to her his vows so light,
And paints a future fair and bright;
But when Commencement comes,-
You're stung, coed! -H. E. L.
No Fresh's Life (omiplete Without.
1. Starting a fire in the waste basket.
2. Saving cigarette coupons.
3. Wearing a mackinaw with a flag
on the sleeve.
A sock-darning bureau has been
started by young women working their
,ay at the University of Missouri. The
following scale of fees is in use; little
role, 5c; big hole, 7c; all hole, take
back your darned old socks!
(1rogM-Sectioil of a Spicy Tit.
What is a vode-vil show without an
anvil chorus in the seats and a metal-
lic voice on the stage?
Favorite Campus Fiction.
"Not me; I was the soberest guy in
"Hard luck. old. man;. sorry. y'
didn't make that shot."
Drawing on our white full-lengths,
we poise our pearl-handled quill in an-
ticipation of the morrow, at the same
moment inhaling a sip of Russhun tea.
A Choice Bit in the Tttler s
Everyone enjoys the college paper--and a Fatima
60 Fatima coupons will secure a white satin pillow
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MUSIC ANT 1DRAMA.
Faculty Recital Friday.
On Friday evening of this week at
eight o'clock, the second Faculty Re-
cital of the season will be given at the
University School of Music, when lien-
ry James Dotterweich, pianist, and
Anthony J. Whitmire, violinist, will
?.appear in joint recital. Mr. Dotter-
weich is a familiar figure in Ann Ar-
bor music circles, having appeared
many times, and having won a splen-
did position for himself. At this time,
however, the public will have the op-
portunity of hearing one of the new
faculty members, Mr. Whitmire. Dur-
ing the past three years Mr. Whitmire
has been doing special study in Berlin,
under the best masters. It is antici
bated that a large audience will be
present to welcome this addition to our
music life. The public is again re-
minded that these faculty recitals are
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hourly to 6:12 p. m. also 8:12 p. m.
Local Carsfr D etroit-5;40 a. i., 6:40 a.
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12:30 p. mn., 1:00 a. mn.
Limited Cars for Jackson-7:46 a. m. and
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Local Cars for Jackson-5:20 a. m., and
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