THE MICHIGAN' DAILY
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published every morning except
Monday during the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub
by carrier, $2.50; by mail, $z.o. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State. 'Phones 96o
Business Office Phone 960
Editorial Office Phone 2414
1. Beach Carpenter........Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field.......Business Manager
Fred Foulk...................News Editor
F. F. McKinney......... ...Associate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping ......... Associate Editor
'F. M. Church...............Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard . Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofrnan Arthur H. Torrey
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1914.
Night Editor-Chester L. Muller.
Now that some of the class nomi-
nees have been affable, and have re-
ceived their reward, certain of the elec-
tors will begin to manifest an un-
quenchable liking for the winners.
Every class has its hangers-on, and
where the class has been far-seeing
enough not to pick these for major
offices, it sometimes finds them foisted
upon it by well-intentioned but ill-
advised appointments to class com-
In class administration, the president
and other officers, with the possible
exception of the managers, are about
as much figure-heads as they care to
make themselves. It is easy to over-
look, this. There is not much work
which the officers are compelled to do.
Most of the class busines is taken care
of by committees, and if these are not
efficient, matters are likely to drag.
Capable men and women, where they
can be found, should, it seems, be se-
lected for committees, without much
regard to personal prejudices. The
practice of handing out committee po-
sitions as plums to friends and affili-
ates might well be discontinued. In
the lower classes, this is bad enough;;
in the senior classes, where there isa
a quantity of .really tangible work to
be done, its continuance means recur-
ring inefficiency. The coming appoint-
ments will be noted with interest.
The ardent wish for a pompadour
it about the only obvious excuse for
wearing a toque these days.
With Harvard about $16 distant, the
old clothes men report a successful
Freshmen overcame the embarass-E
ments of starched collars at the Union
Campus loyalty, indirectly but forci-
bly expressed, will send the band tor
The Winning of Barbara Worth.
Miss Leona Stater, who comes here
early next month in "The Winning of
Barbara Worth," at the Whitney, is a
graduate of Vassar, according to the
affable advance man. She has played
in stock in Cleveland, Chica-
go, Boston and Los Angeles, as well
as taking part in the production of
"The Girl of the Golden West."
Miss Stater, who is heralded as the
daughter of a German baroness, was
in Vienna when war broke out. She
reached New York only after more
than the ordinary exciting experiences.
It is a coincidence that Miss Stater
was born, according to the press man,
within three miles of the spot where
Barbara was supposed to be found in
the story written by Harold Bell
The M1iddnight Girl..
Coming from runs in New York City
and Chicago, "The Midnight Girl" will
appear all of next week at the Garrick,
in Detroit. The book is from the
French of Paul Herve and Jean
Briquet, and it deals largely with cab-
aret merry-making. The complica-
tions arise from three of the charac-
ters having chosen the name "Gustave
"The Midnight Girl" is under the
management of the Messrs. Shubert.
The duet work of George MacFarlane
and Miss Romaine is said to be good,
and the whole production is rated as
up to Winter Garden standards.
All for $2.25 at
town, so I
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A NW and very delightful ser
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introduced during afternoon hours
Shoppers may enjoy a moment's
quiet rest over a cup of their fav-
orite tea with a helping of tea
biscuit or assorted sandwiches to
complete the lunch.
Of course, you may order a reg-
ular meal at any time during store
Announcement of removal
to new quarters will be
t a k e either elevator to
ve them quickly, our
Lre moderate and we
ral in quantity. -
The Women's League vaudeville for
all university women is to be given'at
4:00 o'clock this afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium. Through an error, the
original notice announced it for yes-
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More upper-class women are need-
ed to assure an upper-class hockey
team for match play agajnst the under-
class women. Seniors especially are
urged to report at Palmer field at 4:00
o'clock this afternoon. Practice is
also held Mondays at 5:00 o'clock and
Tuesdays at 4:00 o'clock, at Palmer
Mrs. Jordan entertains senior wom-
en from 4:00 to 6:00 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
An all-day cross country walk will
be started from Barbour gymnasium
next Saturday at a time to be an-
nounced later. The squad is open to
all university women and participants
are asked to bring their luncheons.
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Not every man is modest who wants
his name kept out of print.
Son" will name chestnut carts as a
new Michigan tradition.
The hearty hand-shaking days are
Syracuse looms up too sternly ahead.
Tonight we learn "what is a bounce.''
LOST-Will the person who borrowed
my fountain pen in the gymnasium
Monday afternoon please call Mr.
Latta, phone 1028. 21
Omega Phi meets at 4:30 o'clock this
afternoon at Chi Omega house.
Preliminary arrangements for the
Freshman Spread, to be given Decem-
ber 5, in Barbour gym, were completed
at the dinner given the committee by
Mrs. Jordan Tuesday evening. The
personnel of ten committees has been
arranged, with Virginia Morse, '17,
Sophomore women are asked to pay
their spread dues of one dollar to El-
sie Paul, '17, Hazel Giddings, '17, or
Doris Stamats, '17. Junior advisers
are urged to arrange for the escorting
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of their advisees by an upper-class
woman at once, filling out the return
postcards sent them. Junior women,
who are not advisers, will wait until
later to invite, a freshman.. Sorority
members are requested to -accompany
freshmen who are not members of
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