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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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this paper once and you never will use
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Students Bookstore
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ARBOR TIME TABLE
Express Cars for Detroit-7 : x
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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
second-class niatter.
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.3o; by mail, $2.5. Want ad.
stations: Quarrys, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 96o
Editorial Office Phone 2414
11. Beach Carpenter......Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field ...... Busines Manager
Fred Foulk.................News Editor
F. F. McKinney..........Assocate Editor
T1. Hawley Tapping ........ Associate Editor
F. M. Church.............Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hohna Arthur H. 'orrey
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1914.
Night Editor-Charles Weinberg.
THE REINGER INCIDENT.
Not more than a dozen students were
implicated in the serious part of the
disturbance on State street Monday
night. This misconduct on the part of,
say, one three-hundredth of the male
portion Of the student body is not es-
pecially significant. It is the old case
of the mucker element taking advan-
tage of a critical time, and performing
misdeeds under the cover of hard feel-
ings.
The unfortunate part of it is that the
incident is attributed to the whole
student element, by inference in the
outside press, and consequently by a
busy, headline-scanning sentiment typ-
ical of the general public. If one-half,
or even one-tenth, of the men on the
Michigan campus were responsible for
such a demonstration, it might fairly
be imputed that the action was rep-
resentative of student spirit. And even
in this extreme case, considerable de-
duction would have to be made to ac-
count for the thoughtless participation
of the kind of men who gather pell-
mell at the smell of trouble.
But this week's disorder was not
representative. Given the facts square-
ly, not a handful of men would sanc-
tion such an attack, even though cam-
pus opinion was righteously bitter, as
it is, against a miserable, plundering
scheme. Thinking students will not
only refuse to take part in similar ri-
oting, but they will also try to discour-
age it openly and actively.
A huge quantity of stray bunting is
being pasted into scrap books as en-
thusiastically as if It really were tak-
en from the goal posts.
Competition in the shoe-shining bus-
iness is dispensing with the necessity
for the familiar pocket-mirror.
The white-gloved candy vendor is
taking his place as a new tradition,
along with the chestnut man.
Social position is not always deter-
minable from the amount of sidewalk
space which one gives.
It was only right that the Quakers

Martha Grey, '16, and Louise Pot-
ter, '16, have been appointed to work
out a system of direct representation
on the Women's League board, by the
judiciary council. If found practical,
it will supplant the present system of
sorority and independent representa-
tives.

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DECORATIONS
For The -
Michigan Cornell Came
Banners, Pennants, Arm Bands, etc. etc.
Have You Seen 'I he
N[W MIGNIIGAN CA[[NDAR?

By defeating the upper-class hockey
team, the freshman squad of chasers
of the puck have made good their
claim to the women's hockey cup. Last
season the freshman-junior aggrega-
tiop succeeded in corraling the trophy.
Women interested in the reorganiza-
tion of the girls' educational club will
meet at 4:00 o'clock this afternoon in
Tappan hall.
* * *
The Women's League luncheon,
which was to have been held Saturday
before the Cornell game, has been
postponed until 12:00 o'clock next
Wednesday.
. * *
Sophomore women may pay their
spread dues at a table, to be placed in
the corridor of the library, Thursday.
The office hours of Ruth Hutzel, '16,
treasurer and business manager of the
Women's League, have been changed,
and will now be observed at 11:00.
o'clock on Mondays, and at 9:00
o'clock on Fridays, in Barbour gym.
Scenarios for the Junior Play must
be in the hands of Martha Grey, '16,
before November 20.

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Corner Maynard and William Streets.

Michigan Men Should Know
Te Michigany Sngs
Computte Stock at the Unlverelly Music Horse

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ALUMNUS S HOU LD HAVE A
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SEE WINDOW AT
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The Druggists on the corner. State and N. University

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The Little Schoolmaster says:
My! How those
Quakers Drilled !"
They certainly did their level
best to avenge the 13 to 0 de-
feat of last season when the con-
quering Wolverines triumphed
oer the red and blue.,
They thought that because
Harvard and Syracuse had a lit-
tle run of luck that all they
would have to do was to walk,
away with the game.
"Pennsy" certainly has anoth-
er guess coming. There is no
guess work, however, about 'the
quality of Ed. V. Price & Co's
tailored-to-order c 1 o t h e s, and
when it comes to sticking with
the student body, Fred W. Gross,
Manager of the "Clothes Cam-
pus," 4th & Liberty Sts., is with
the little schoolmaster every
time.

CROSS COUNTRY RUNNERS WILL
NOT GO TO INTERCOLLEGIATES
flake Faster Time Than Last Year,
But Not Good Enough For
Eastern Competition
Michigan will not be represented in
the intercollegiate cross-coilntry event
to be staged at New Haven, Conn., on "
November 21, according to information
given out by the athletic authorities.
The time made in the handicap race
showed a slight improvement over the
work, of last year, but the best was
not deemed good enough to offer com-
petition in the intercollegiate affair,
in which the best trained eastern
squads participate. The efforts of the
cross-country men, however, are be-
ing directed toward the construction

Mandolin club rehearsal at 7:00
o'clock tonight, in Hill auditorium.
Glee club rehearsal at 8:00 o'clock
tonight, in Hill auditorium.

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should have returned in a solemn of a fast team, and, from their perfor-
mood. mances, it is evident that Michigan
will have a strong squad of road run-
Someone suggests that "Buzz" be ners in the near future.
given his C. C. C. for distance covered. Saturday's race was won by J. V.
Kuivinen, '17E, who also captured first
Campus drinking water facilities are place in the novice event held two
as insufficient as ever. F weeks ago. His time was 39 minutes,
59.2 seconds, for the estimated dis-
Still a few seats left-at the library. tance of six and one-half miles.
The first ten men to finish were J.
Yost is seeing red these days. V. Kuivinen, '17E, Captain T. C. Trel-
fa, '16E, H. L. Carroll, '17E, F. L. Wal-
Now is the time to buy that "M" ters, '16, Ed Bouma, '17L, K. W. Vance,
Scrap Book and a few pictures of the '16, H. A. Donnelly, '17, I. S. Olson,
Greatest Football Team Michigan ev- '17L, Sol Wolf, '18, and C. T. Fish-
er had-Lyndon. ,tf Fleigh, '17E.

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. Fine lot of Palms and
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Switzers. 310 State St. tf

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