THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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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. 'Phones 960
Business Office Phone 960
Editorial Office Phone 2414
H. Beach Carpenter........Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field........Business Manager
Fred Foulk...................News Editor
F. F. McKinney............Associate Editor
'I. Hawley Tapping.......... Associate Editor
F. M. Church ...............Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John, Leonard Ray I,effler
Rudolph Hofrnan ArthurH.' Torrey
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1914.
Night Editor-J. S. Switzer.
Leading Merchant Tailors
kSS FO ' OT BALLGOODS
have a complete line of Foot Ball Goods of all kinds
Foot Balls from $1.00 to $5.00
The first cross country walking
squad, open to all university women,
will leave Barbour gymnasium at 9:00
o'clock this morning.
University women not taking re-
quired work in gymnasium, who wish
work in advanced gymnastics, danc-
ing, corrective work, or swimming,
register with Miss Evans before Octo-
ber 23 in Barbour gymnasium during
the morning hours.
* * *
The second tryout for the girls' glee
club will be held from 5:00 to 6:00
o'clock Mondayhafternoon in Miss
Hunt's room at the school of music.
GRANDSON DIES OF INJURIES
David B. McLaughlin, grandson of
President-Emeritus James B. Angell,
and son of Prof. Andrew D. McLaugh-
lin, died yesterday morning at Chicago
from injuries sustained last summer.
McLaughlin was a student in the Uni-
versity of Chicago.
Professor McLaughlin, father of the
deceased, was professor of history at
the University of Michiganaand now
holds the chair of history at Chiicago
The body will be brought to Ann Ar-
bor tomorrow and interment will be in
Forest Hill cemetery.
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Every few, years a so-called weak
class strikes the campus. No apparent
leaders are found, by some strange
chance, in the men and women of a
certain year. If there are leaders;
they owe their ascendancy probably to
the fact that some offices are decreed'
. by custom to go to every, class. Its
members are talked over critically by
other classes, and when an important
position is to be filled, for which any
student-might be picked, it turns out
that the one chosen is not enrolled in
the weak class.
A great part of this phenomenon is
attributable to.chance., A dozen really
big men may enter the university in
one year, by happenstance, and the
next year, for no ascertainable reason,
there may not be a single person in the
entering class with executive ability
enough to manage a freshman marsh-
But there is another explanation.
Some classes get a bad start in their
freshman year, and the handicap so
embarrasses the class, as well as its
individual units, that best efforts are
lacking, and the whole organization
slides on to the oblivion of graduation
without shaking off its lethargy. . In
most cases, the bad beginning is the
fault of the class. It loses the rush,
say, through want of interest, and its
teams are failures. Its members pre-
fer lounging to student activities. This
goes on for a few months, and the first
thing anyone knows the class is brand-
ed as weak. The regrettable part of
it is that it might be avoided.
town, so I
BE ST of it.
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ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
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:o6~ p. mn., g : o p. mn., and 10o:45 p. Mn.
psilanti only, Iir:15 p. m., 12:15 p. M.,
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SCar for Jackson-7:46 a. m. and
two hours to 7:46 p. m.I
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We serve them quickly, our
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U T T L ES
A NIW and very delightful ser-
vice feature has been recently
introduced during afternoon hours
Shoppers may enjoy a moment's
quiet rest over a cup of their fav-
orite tea with a helping of tea
biscuit or assorted sandwiches to
complete the lunch.
Of course, you may order a reg-
ular meal at any time during store
Announcement of removal
to new quarters will be
t a k e either elevator to
Any size or shape
and See our Samples.
It is a dull lecture which permits
students to spend the hour counting
the taps of the riveter on the new sci-
War in Europe doesn't seem to stim-
ulate students to take up Uncle Sam's
offer to- furnish free equipment for
After the Harvard game, the cele-
bration can be excused partly by the
fact that it will be Hallowe'en.
Somewhere chrysanthemums are
budding out now in anticipation of the
big games in Ann Arbor.
A one-armed man could take the
census in a couple of hours in Ann
The prof who puts his watch on the
desk during class doesn't carry an In-
It is an unusual senior who ever sat
on a senior bench.'
Luther's Works Presented tQ Library
Waldo M. Abbot, '11-'13L, has pre-
sented the university library a set of
the valuable St. I1ouis edition of Mar-
tin Luther's works.
Early last June, several German
pastors called upon Librarian Theo-
dore Koch and urged him to pdrchase
this edition for the use of the faculty
and students. A representative of the
German alliance educational commit-
tee then interested Mr. Abbot in this
project and the gift was made to the
university in July. At Mr. Abbot's
request the announcement was with-
held until yesterday.
Dental Clinic Announces Office Hours
Office hours for the University den-
tal clinic have been announced as fol-
lows: 10:00 to 12:00 o'clock in the
morning and 1:30 to 5:00 o'clock in
the afternoon, except on Sunday.
The clinic is open to all students of
the University, free of charge, except
when expensive materials are used.
All the work is done by students of
the senior class under the supervision
of instructors, and no work is allow-
ed to pass out of the clinic unless in-
spected by them.
During the year of 1913-1914, 18,000
treatments were made.
"'ickets For Fresh Dinner Put on Sale
Tickets for the "All-fresh dinner"
at the Union, Wednesday night, were
put -on sale yesterday and are selling
rapidly. It is necessary to limit the
number of admissions to 250.
J. C. Leonard, '17L, is in charge of
the affair and the committee under
him to sell tickets is as follows: U. S.
G. Cherry, '18, Elbridge Dudley, '18E,
A. L. Kirkpatrick, '18E, C. A. Cos-
grove, '17E, Robert Bennett, '18, G. E.
0. Kunze, '18, F. J. Theme, '18, and
Moser Luther, '18.
Regents Unable to Finish Meeting
Owing to the holding of the convoca-
tion exercises, the regents were una-
ble to finish the business brought be-
fore them at their meeting yesterday,
and will go into session again this
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CHORAL UNION CONCERTS
ALBERT A. STrANLEY. Director
FOUNTAIN PEN HOSPITAL
Oct. 28-Johanna Gadski
Nov. 11 -Ferruccio Bussoni
Feb. 17-Cincinnatti Orchestra,
Mar. 12-Leo Slezak
May 10-22-May Festival
Pre-festival Course Tickets (Re-
served) $3.00, $3.50, $3.75, $4.
Single Concerts $1 $1.25, $1.50
Msii orders filled in order of re-
ceipt from spec ltk sections after
Public sales begin Oct.,19.
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Convocation overcame great odds.
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Join the classes at Granger's if you
care to dance correctly. Class every
Wednesday night at 7:30. Private les-
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call at 312 Maynard St. next to Majes-
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Dance every Wednesday and Satur-
day night from 9 to 12. 50c per couple.
Grace Cameron coming to the Ma-
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