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- . THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MIC 4OAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the Vniverity of
Miciigan. Published every morning except.
Monday during the universit year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
second-class matter.
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
by carrier, $2.so; by mail, $2.5o. Want ad.
stations: Quarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. H.
Davis, cor. 'Packard and State.
Businss Office Phone 96o
Editorial Office Phone 2414
H. Beach ,Carpenter......Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field........Business Manager

University women, who are willing
to sew on the Kermiss costume com-
mittee, notify Mary Lewis, '15, tele-
phone 1235-3.

ANY.
State St.

Fred Foull .................News
F. F. Mclinney...... ..Associate
T. Hawley Tapping..........Associate
F. M. Church.............Sporting

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THE LITTLE SCHOOLMANTER
SAYS:
"HERE'S A HINT TO
PROFESSOR DRUMM 1"

Asistants to Business Manager
John Leonard ' Ray Leffierr
Rudolph Hofman Arthur H. Torrey
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1914.
Night, Editor--Edwin A. Hyman.
THE-ATHLETE AFTERWARDS.
Attempts have been made at times
to. estimate the degree of success
which the college athlete meets in the
days following his graduation. No sta-
tistics have been gathered, however,
from which to draw any conclusion
that is more than a guess. So far the
argument, rightly or wrongly, has
been pretty much with the class of
vien who attack athletics, perhaps be-
cause these persons make themselves
heard most insistently.
With the compilation and publica-
tion, by the intramural department, of
the names and partial addresses of
practically all wearers of the "M," it
has become possible to trace out the
world's opinion of men who have won
honor in undergraduate years. The
editor of "The .Alumnus" has already
expresesd his intention to make such
a tabulation His work along this
line will be watched with some inter-
est, because its result may vindicate
the athlete.
It will be ,no particular surprise if
it turns out that Michigan athletes
have met more than ordinary good
fortune in business and the profes-
sions. As one recalls the Varsity
players who have gone out in recent
years, he is at a loss to. remember
any one who ha ; failed. to make a
place for himsel.
One New Yorker who read the Maul-
betsch pie story. and who seems to
have viewed the Harvard game, sug-
geststhat "raw meat pie" is what is
meant.
Postmen will soon be puzzling over
the mysterious addresses on letters
forwarded to parents of doubting but
resourceful students.
It isn't the "A" student who calls
up the 'prof the night before for the
assignment on a thesis due at 8:00
the next morninig.
Agitation for a swimming tank and
bathing beach has died down notice-
tbly during the last few days.
Some freshmen from the South are
seeing snow for the first time in their
young lives.
An occasional optimist attributes
the prevalence of cracked lips to the
Gargoyle.
The wise student is writing home
about now negotiating for that box.
Leave Wednesday noon; back Friday
moon; only a matter of 18 bolts.

. * * *
Dr. Richard Cabot, of Eoston, one of
the country's most eminent physi-
cians, will speak at the regular mob-
ilization meeting at 7:00 o'clock this
evening at Newberry hall.
* * *
Wives of students are invited to
meet visiting Y. W. C. A. secretaries
and "Mobilization" leaders, at a tea,
to be given from 4:00 o'clock to 6:00
o'clock this afternoon at Newberry
hall.
Uppercass wdmen, who are to es-
cort freshmen women to the Fresh-
man Spread on December 5, are asked
to call on their freshmen before Sat..
urday, or to notify Albertine Loomis,
'17, telephone 368, if they cannot at-
tend, or take ,tht freshman assigned.
Guests' tickets, atr50 cents, which
will entitle the holder to dancing and
refreshments, nust be purchased of
Mrs. Jordan before the day of the
Spread.
Upperclass women are asked to ob-
serve the Spread tradition, and do
their part toward keeping it an in-
formal function by not using car-
riages or wearing fowers.
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Tryouts for the Union Vaudeville
show will be held tonight at 8:00
o'clock in the Adelphi rooms, on the
fourth floor of University hall.
There will be no rehearsal of the
Mandolin club tonight. Next meet-
ing, Tuesday, November 24.
Senior nharmics meet at 4:3i
o'clock today, in room 303 chemistry
building.
PLAN TO ACCOMMODATE BOYS
UDderelassmen Have Charge of Plac.
ing Convention Guests
Accommodations have been provid
ed for 1,500 of the 2,000 older boys
who will attend the Boys' Conference
t& be held in Ann Arbor, next wee.
Letters have been sent to 1,200 under-
c ssmen in an effort to place the
remaining 500. The following com-
mittee under J. A. Van Dis, gener
secretary, is in charge of the work
Robert Bennett, '18; G. E. Dake, '18E:
C. W. Good, '18E; Fenimore E. Putt,
'16D; Dean Scroggie, '15; Ralp
Bauer, '18A; C. E. Briggs, '18E; Har-
old Perry, '1$E, Bryant Donaldson,
'18E; George B. Hammond, '16A -
Fred W. Sullivan, '18, Howard B. Mo-
ses, '18; Walter H. Taylor, '18; G. 13
Stevenson, '17E; Edward Hartwe1l
'17; James Schermerhorn, '18; Ja
Sharpe, '18E; Kenneth Doyle, '17,:
E. H. Krols, '18E; J. A. Plane, '1
and Don T. McKone, '17.
SOCIAL SERVICE EXPERT WILL
ADDRESS COLLEGIATE ALUMNAE
Richard H. Edwards, of New York
city, will speak before the Ann Arbor
branch of Collegiate Alumnae at its
November meeting, to be held at 2:30
o'clock Saturday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. W. B. Hinsdale, 716 For-
est avenue. Mr. Edwards, the nation-
al social service expert of the Y. M. C.
A., has chosen for his subject, "The
Degredation of the Social Impulses in
Popular Amusements, and the Chris-
tian Answer."

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Memmory Book (Block 'M' on Cover) - $1.00
Memomry Book " " large size - $1.50
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One day last week our worthy
friend stated that unless further
demand was made -for its recon-
tinuance,. the University News
Bulletin would not be started this
year and that he hoped that
enough news 'would be available
to warrant the issuing of the Bul-
letin.
As a nattei of fact .the latest
Michigan Daily News Bulletin is
4o -displayedby Fred W. Gross,
4th Ave. and Liberty St., and
every day "i" students manifest
their interest by seeing what the
Little Schoolmaster says about
current eents and clothes-ques-
tions

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worry, I reckon
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There's no need to tell a real pipe smoker that there's no
worry killer like tobacco. But here's 'something for himt
to bear in mind. When he wants a tobacco that's mild,
cool, long burning and fragrant,-let him say VELVET.
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is to every Stude's interest to
leave his measuie today for an
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Carter the Magician will have the
biggest act ever at the Majestir.
Buy your Conklin Pen at Van Dor-
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Graham's Barber Shop, 121 W. Hur-
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shop in Ann Arbor under studentman-
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