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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 Ruilding.tSub-
by carrier, $2.50; by mail, $2.5o. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 96o
Editorial Office Phone 2414
H. 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 Hofman Arthur H. Torrey
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914.
Night Editor-E. Rodgers Sylvester.
THE COUNCIL AGAIN.
The student council has given up
its police powers. The councilmen
felt that this action was necessary in
order to retain the respect or toler-
ation of the campus. Probably they
were right. For no especially appar-
ent reason the 'council has been tread-.
ing water lately, as far as decisive
measures of any kind were concerned,
It has doubted how farathe student
body wanted it to go, and although
this deference to popular opinion has
been motivated by the desire of the
council to be representative, it has not
been helpful in increasing the strength
and consequent efficiency of that body.
There is too much of. a tendency, it
seems, to hold the council up to
thoughtless ridicule, because of its
past slips. Most of these errors, all
of which were but insignificant, arose
from the attempt of councilmen to do
what amounted to pbiicing the campus
at critical times. Now, by its last
move, the council has given up this
function. It should be given an op-
portunity to make a fresh start, re-
lieved of what was undoubtedly a han-
The heavy frosts of the past few
nights have compelled one cupid to
resume his winter quarters in the
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ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
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Cars for Detroit-s :4o a. mn., 6:o6 a. in.,
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o p. M., iz:do a. m.
:d Cars for Jackson-7 :46 a. in. and
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Cars for Jackson-s:12 a. n., 6:51 a. m.,
every two hours to 6:51p. in., also
Sp. in., 11:T5 p. in.
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The Little Schoolmaster says:
What Coach Sharpe of
Due to excess number and conflict
of engagements, the Women's League
luncheon for university women, origi-
nally planned for this noon, has been
postponed indefinitely. Money will be
refunded tothose who have already
purchased tickets, by the sellers,
Cross country run starts from gym
at 10:30 o'clock this morning.
Combined Kermiss committees meet
in the Deutscher Verein rooms at 9:00
o'clock this morning.
GARGOYLE SHOWS NOVEL COVER
"Letters of a Substitute Halfback"
Give Inside Dope on Yost
Replete with wit, humor, art, and
breezy jollification, the Spectacle
number of the Gargoyle makes its ap-
pearance upon the streets and news-
staitds this morning, containing a nov-
el three color cover, and pointed draw-
ings by the pen and brush wielders of
"Letters of a Substitute Halfback"
feature the literary work of the issue.
These letters are full of inside dope
of Yost, the team, and the Harvard
game. They are written by a high
school star who was beaten out of the"
left halfback position on the Varsity
by one Maulbetsch. The reasons he
advances to his home town friendsGus,
are supposed to contain all the inside
Arrange to Hold Wireless Test Tonight
Mr. H. S. Sheppard, of the electrical
engineering department,. has made ar-
rangements with Prof. A. H. Taylor,
of the University of North Dakota, to
conduct a wireless test between the
stations of the two universities. The
first stage of the test, an attempt to
secure an accurate transmission curve
for messages between Ann Arbor and
Grand Forks, N. D., will be held to-
If weather conditions are favorable,
the test will begin at 6:00 o'clock,
and will probably be finished by 7:00
o'clock tomorrow morning.
George Norris, '13E, a former uni-
versity operator, will come from De- !
troit to assist in the test. The score
of the Cornell game will be sent out
by the station at the end of the game,
and the scores of other games will be
received, as far as this is practicable.
CONGRESS HAS 32 MICHIGAN MEN
Wolverines in National Legislature
Statistics have been sent to the ed-
itor of the Michigan Alumnus showing
a comparison of the representatives of
the various colleges and universities
now holding seats in congress. At the
beginning of the 63rd Congress, the
University of Michigan had 32 mem-
bers attending Congress, while Har-
vard, the closest competitor had only
twenty alumni representatives at the
capital. Following is the representa-
tion of the leading colleges after Har-
vard: University of Georgia, 19; Yale
University, 10; Washington and Lee
University, 8; University of Wisconsin,
8; Columbia University, 5.
These figures, which were secured
from the New York World's Almanac,
were sent to Editor Shaw by James
H. Roper, '14E, who is now located in
Washington, D. C.
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Banners, Pennants, Arm Bands, at. etc.
Have You Seen T he
>u'll want Bunting in
eir bright Scarlet Red
d pure White to go
th the Maize and Blue.
We have both sets
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Five Cents a yard.
T HAR'S three
of men that
young men, mid-
dle-aged men an'
year's fresh class started 'a
Fresh" movement that might'
continued this season.
regarding giving his players a
three or four days' rest will
not make the slightest differ-
ence with the Wolverine's
Bear in mind one thing
however: Ann Arbor may
have to contest every foot of
the field but we've got the
players and we'vq got the
"pep" and that's what counts.
You'll have the same self con-
fidence if Fred W. Gross, 4th
It may rain, it may hail, it may
snow, the Unitede States may enter the
war; but we'll be there..
According to the president's procla-
mation, the next game will be with
Turkey, November 26.
It isn't the man who takes an hour
in the gym every day who has a
grudge against life.
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REFUSES TO FORSAKE MICHIGAN
Rumor From Smoky City Says That
Pittsburg Attempt Fails
Pittsburg university made an un-
successful attempt to secure the ser-
vices of Coach Yost for next season,
according to reports emanating from
the Smoky City. Coach Warner, of
the Carlisle Indian school, was finally
secured to coach the Pittsburg eleven
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