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THIE 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 24=4
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
James M. Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
Z,. C. Roth Joseph J. Brotherton
chester I. Lang Edward P. Wright
-oward R. Marsh J. C. B, Parker
Charles Weinberg Lee E. Joslyn
Edwin A. Hyman Eugene L. Bulson
Tom C. Reid L. Greenebaum
Irwin. C. Johnson
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofman Arthur H. Torrey
Ferris Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers Y. R. Altsheler
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1914.
Night Editor-E. C. Roth.
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urly to 6:io p. in., also 8:ro
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n., 9:io p. m., and 10:45 p. m.
only, It :15 p. M., 12:15 p. m.,
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for Jackson-7:46 a. m. and
urs to 7:46 p. m.
Jackson--5:ia a. m., 6:51 a. in.,
wo hours to 6:5 p. m., also
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Un d erMuslrn s
Brings to your notice
more than a thousand'
fine, new snowy white
special prices which
are seen in this store
only twice a year.
All qualities a n d,
varieties are included.
ate and we
at 4 Suggestion
THE ATTITUDE OF M. A. C.
It is to be presumed that sentiment
on the M. A. C. campus is pretty well
reflected in the editorial published in
the agricultural college paper, and re-
printed yesterday in The Michigan
Daily. The tone of the statement is
that of offended kindliness, with the
Green and White acting in the role of
a maligned and misunderstood well-
wisher. The case, as it is presented,
seems to contain a large measure of
unfairness to its tithe of justice. The
point, of course, concerns Michigan's
stand on further football games with
the institution at Lansing.
The trouble with M. A. C. in this
regard, seems to be that it is a big boy
trying to play under small boys' rules.
It wants all of the athletic advantages
supposed to be connected with a small
college, and yet it is unwilling to be
treated as anything but the best in the
land when it comes to framing sched-
ules. It wants to use freshmen, trans-
fer students and fourth-year men,
while its rivals are restricted by rules
prohibiting these practices.
The Michigan campus wants the M.
A. C. game continued, as long as it
can be continued as a fairly two-sided
contest. It does not desire, however,
to see the Lansing college claim all
the exemptions of a lowly little con-
testant, and then change itself sud-
denly into a big boy, when the disad-
vantages of being a small institution
are beginning-to pinch a bit. Without
the least bitterness, Michigan wants
M. A. C. to consider both sides of the
More than a few Yale men are won-
dering to whom Walter Camp will be-
queath his right to pick the prime
It would probably be inadvisable to
adopt the proposed rally cry for the
hop: "Hold 'em, Michigan, hold 'em."
The wise student accumulates a
trunk-full of washing as one of the
things to take home to the family.
The I-told-you-so squad will hold a
regular meeting after the senate coun-
cil acts on the extra days.
Someone rises to suggest that side-
walks be layed through the paths
marked with "Please" signs.
Helen Burlingham,.'15, chairman of
the committee on committees of the
Women's League, has requested that
university women desiring to work on
any Women's League committee report
The Women's League board meets at
9:00 o'clock this morning. Catherine
Reighard, '15, and Anita Kelly, '17,
Michigan delegates to the western
Self-Government conference held in
Chicago recently, will speak, and their
suggestions will be discussed.
Six plays have been submitted by
junior women to Martha Gray, '16, gen-
eral chairman of the Junior Play com-
mittee, as tryouts for this year's jun-
ior play, and more are expected. An-
nouncement of the successful author
will be made shortly, and tryouts for
parts will be held immediately after
the Christmas holidays.
Mufflers may derive their name from
their ability to shut off some of the
First time we ever heard of woman
students speaking to them Ypsi girls.
Schermerhorn is becoming a famil-
iar name locally.
ANNOUNCE SUBJECTS FOR ALL
YEAR'S GEOLOGICAL PROGRAM
Following is the program for the
remainder of the year, of the geo-
logical seminary, which is held in
Russell room in the museum, at 7:00
o'clock: December 10, "The Relations
of the Different Ice Movements in
Minnesota and Northern Wisconsin,"
by Mr. Frank Leverett; December 17,
"New Discoveries of -Vertebrate Fos-
sils From the Rock Creek District of
Texas," by Dr. Troxell; January 7,
"Interpretations of River Meanders,"
by Mr. Hockett; January 14, "The
Mines of British Columbia," by Mr.
SCANLON TO BE ON PROGRAM
FOR J-LIT SMOKER AT UNION
Chairman Smith of the junior lit so-
cial committee has announced
Leroy Scanlon, '16L, will be on the mu-
sical program for the junior lit smoker,
to be held Tuesday at the Union. With
the stringed quartet, the ukulele trio
and Scanlon's piano playing, the ar-
rangements for the program have been
Tickets were placed on sale yester-
day for the first time. Members of the
class who have not been approached
by the committee can get them at the
Union, for 25 cents.
JUNIOR LITS SIGN PETITION;
ADD TO BELGIAN RELIEF FUND
Junior lits, at a meeting yesterday
afternoon, voted in favor of the J-Hop
petition, which is to be presented to
the Senate Council. The class also
decided to give $10.00 to the Belgian
Pres. G. P. McMahon announced
the following committee appointments:
Social, Harold Smith, chairman, R. L.
Thorsch, Clyde Bastian, H. J. New-
land and F. A. Stinson; auditing, J. E.
Chenot, chairman, P. E. Wright and 0.
F. Lovejoy; finance, I. C. Johnson,
chairman, D. R. Ballentine and H. W.
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LOOSE LEAF PAPER
Fountain Pen Hospital
Soph engineer class meeting, room
348, engineering building, 1:30 o'clock,
Craftsmen, student Masonic society,
will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight. All
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- - 340 S. State St.
members and student
pected to be present.
the meeting will be
Masons are ex-
The address of
given by Dean
m Burchfield & Co.
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106 E. HURON ST.
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FRED W 6OSS TAE-DAYS"
You dinna hey tae talk
Scotch tae kenn th' guid qual-
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by Ed. V. Price & Co. o' Chi-
Fred is showin' mare than
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4th & Liberty its.
Lecture Given By Librarian T.W. Koch
Mr. Theodore W. Koch, librarian of
the general library, gave a university
extension lecture at 4:00 o'clock yes-
terday, on, "The American Public Li-
brary," at the public library in Alle-
LOST-Ladies gold watch, with en-
graving on inside of back. Reward.
Call 2018-M. 59
LOST-Small red leather note book in
University Hall. Finder call 1001-M.
FOR SALE-Practically new Under-
wood or L. C. Smith typewriters, 18
inch carriage, $60. Will sell on time.
See Me about your Xmas Corona.
L. G. Field-Student Agent for all
makes new and second hand. Phone
LOST-A black self-filling fountain
pen. Please phone Miss Sargeant,
TAKEN-Will the person who took
an over-coat from the third floor of
U. H. Friday at 3:30 at least return
the class notes found in the pockets
to Chubb House. 59
Best shoe shining. Hats of alllinds
cleaned and blocked. Next to Wagner
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Complete Line of
Flannel Shirts & Mackinaws
Varsity Toggery Shop
1107 So University Ave.