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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, $2.50. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. Packard and State.
Business Office Phone 960
Editorial Office Phone 2414
H. Beach Carpenter......Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field....... Business Mianager
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
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1914,
Night .Editor-Thomas C. Reid
THE FRESHMAN QUESTION.
A freshman should be made to real-
ize that he is a freshman. This used
to be ope of the functions of hazing.
Now hazing has gone, for the most
part, and it is the function of nobody
or no thing to subdue the first-year
II4 . 1
"When Love is Young," a college
sketch with good entertainers, scored
a success at the Majestio last night.
The skit offered clever comedy, sing-
ing and dancing. Judson Cole excus-
ed his personality, which needed no
excuse, by performing some familiar
slight-of-hand work. Bensee and
Baird sang and danced in Scotch cos-
tume. George Fredo was' billed as a
German musical comedian. Sensa-
tional cycle twirling and balancing
feats were executed by the Marriott
Participants in the "Dance, of the
Hours" for the Kermiss will rehearse
in Hill auditorium at 5:00 o'clock this
Michigan University Song Book ' $1.00
Michigan's Favorite College Songs $2.00
Michigan Memory Book (Block M on cover) $1.00
Michigan Memory Book, larger size $1.50
Michigan Souvenir Book, new edition 50
Michigan Calendar. 1015, better than ever 50c
Michigan Book Racks, Seals, Banners, &c., &c.
10 :4 5 P." M
2:15 P. in.,
a. m, and
THE LITTLE SCHOOLMASTER
Don't Forget The
Paul Wagner and Phil Lovejoy
are certainly busy boys these
days and the Y. M. C. A. bunch
are fortunate in having a couple
of "live ones" when the big week
opens up tomorrow.
man, especially if he is not a member.
of a club or fraternity. -The result i .
that the average freshman nowadays is1
as sophisticated, and as willing to1
thrust his sophistication upon you, asI
the most venerable post-graduate. i
There seems to 'be a general senti-1
ment in favor -of making a freshman
go through a period of probation be-
fore he becomes recognized as a col-
lege man. Older men, who went.
through the freshman ordeals in past
days, do not regret their experiences,
They are the ones who do not like to
see the present-day freshman start in,
to own the campus as soon as he
reaches Ann Arbor.
Hazing appears to be impracticable,
and it is useless to blame the freshmen
for that wyhich is the result of envir-
onment. To remedy the condition
partly, it has been suggested that as-
semblies be held at the beginning ofz
every college year, to be attended by
all freshmen. At these meetings, up-1
perclassmen would explain Michigan
traditions to the first-year students.
There could then be little excuse for
men disregarding the more obvious
things required of them. The sugges-
tion warrants more than casual.
According to 0. Henry, Giovanni was
selling warm worms and chestnut.
shucks long before the present gen-
eration came to Ann Arbor.
The next act is tonight's big smoker,
where Michigan students wil continue
their loyal support of a deserving
Now that it's all over, what will
there be to do on these dull Saturday
To laugh on the way to an 8:001
o'clock these days is to approach great-
Someone suggests building a tobog-
gan on the covered north stand.
Eye-shades are fitting in the grooves
left by football helmets.
The open season for winter fanning-
bees has commenced.
'here is only one Ann Arbor"
whenever any worthy object'
be attained, there is never
doubt as to the ultimate out-
for this winter is announced as fol-
lows: Mondays, juniors and sopho-
mores; Tuesdays, seniors and fresh-
men; Wednesdays, seniors and jun-
iors; Thursdays, sophomores and
freshmen. Play begins in all cases at
4:45 o'clock. There will be no prac-
tice today, the gymnasium being oth-,
All university women from the state
of New York are cordially invited to a
meeting of the Empire# State club at
the Kappa Kappa Gamma house, 1204
Hill street at 8:00 o'clock this even-
Stylus' meets at 7:3 o'clock this
evening at the Pi Beta Phihouse.
Senior women may obtain tickets, at
50 cents, for the senior lit cabaret at
the Union at 2:30 o'clock, Saturday af-
ternoon, from the following members
of the social committee: Alice Wiard,
Marion McPherson, Fannie Hogan, or
Senior society meets at 7:30 o'clock
this 'evening at the home of Dorothy
Roehm, '15, 533 Mack Road.
, * *
Tryouts for the play, to be presented
by Masques at the Kermiss on De-
eember 12, have been completed, and
the cast, together with the name of
the play, will be announced shortly,
Senior lit class meeting, 4:00 o'clock
this afternoon, room 205 Tappan hall.
Empire State club will meet at 8:00
o'clock Wednesday night at the Kappa
Kappa Gamma house. New York state
girls are cordially invited.
Address of Mr. E. T. Perkins before
the civil branch of the Engineering so-
ciety scheduled for tomorrow night,
has been postponed to Friday at 4:00
o'clock in room 348, engineering build-
Senior dents will meet Thursday-
morning to appoint committees and to
elect an associate editor of the Mich-
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