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lr-anies F. Me-Kinney......Managing Editor
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Toma C. Reid...............Telegrap~h iditor
Verne Bnrnett............Telegraph Editor
1:. I'. Wri ht..................Sports Editor
l,:dward Mack..........Advertising Manager
Kirk \\ bite............ Publication Manager
Y. R. Alth sel er.. (' ircul atijolt Manager
C. V. Sellers........Accountant
C. T. Fishleigh ..Assistant Business Manager
C. N. Church Edwin A. Hyman
Joseph J. Brotherton
J. C. B. Parker Reoes Hece' Elil
Leonarl W. Nieter Martha gray
Irwvin jolinson Lee Joslyn
Waldo R. Iunt
Albert E. Horne
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1915.
Irwin C. Johnson Win. .,Newton
BENEATH THE SURFACE
Before M. A. C.'s hard-charging of-
fense two weeks ago, Michigan was
smothered under a 24-0 score. In
spite of the Syracuse forwards, cred-
ited by an eninent athletic authority
with being the best in thc East, we
made a much more credible showing.
This was one week ago.
We are on the up-grade. The tem-
per of the come-back is in our blood,
and it won't be denied.
Cornell is confident. Odds are re-
ported at 1-5 with Michigan on the
short end, but the thing, not apparent
to outsiders, that will win for us to-
day, is not so much the team alone, as
the will of 6,000 students, already
making itself felt, which the team will
be able to translate into victory.
PAY US A VISIT
Five live sophomores can have jobs
by applying at the offices of The
Michigan Daily at 1:00 o'clock Mon-
day. it may be remarked parentheti-
cally that the Sun News service gives
an opportunity to get practical news-
paper experience to a degree unriv-
aled in the experience of The Daily.
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Editor Michigan Daily:
There is no university in the coun-
try which has a better, more loyal
spirit than Michigan. And that spirit
is more than a tradition; it is a living,.
breathing reality. So, before The
Daily editorially begins "knocking"
the student body for its lack of loy-
alty, as it did a couple of issues ago,
it would better look to its own record
and its own duty.
It hould remember when it speaks
in unconscious virtue about "criticis-
ing the team and coach," the feeble
witticisms directed at some of the best
men on the team by its paragraphers
on the sporting page. I have read
more "knocks" from the pen of this
puerile imitator of metropolitan base-
ball reporters than I have heard from
all my circle of student acquaintances.
Whyhasn't The Daily letthe stu-
dents know that the men for the block
M wore needled? Why hasn't it de-
°oted a small part of its space, even
at the sacrifice of an ad or two, to re-
minding the student body of this an-
nual demonstration? Many of us did
not know at what game, if any, the
block M was to appear. It is The
Daily's duty to keep such things be-
fore us. After failing in that duty,
it's aighty poor spirit to knock the
Incidentally this is no time to
knock; all should boost together. The
Daily should be the last to inaugu-
rate a captious spirit because it is
read widely in other schools, and the
university gets a reputation it by no
I was here in the "good old days"
from 1902-1906, and never in the most
successful year of them all was I
prouder of my university than after
the great mass-meeting of last week,
the Ferry field twilight rally, and the
moral victory that the team achieved
in the Syracuse game. The present
student body need not fear compari-
son with any that has preceded it.
The old Michigan spirit is still there.
and while it is, Michigan may be de-
feated but never conquered.
E. B. HOUSEMAN, '17L.
STATE DENTAL EXAMS END TODAY
inother Examination to be Given
Here at End of Next Semester
Dental state board examinations,
which were held this week, end today.
The number taking these examina-
tions is over 100; this includes the
entire senior dental class and about
15 from out of town. The subjects in
which the candidates are being ex-
amined are: Chemistry, physiology,
histology, bacteriology and anatomy.
Another examination will be given
about June 15, 1916, inr the other 10
subjects which the dentists are re-
quired to pass before receiving, their
"THE PROFESSOR'S LOVE STORYt
Tryouts to be Held Sunday Afternoon
i"Sarah Caswell Angell Hall
"The Professor's Love Story," is the
title of a sketch to be put on by the
Comedy club during the week-end im-
mediately preceding the Christmas
holidays. The parts for the new play
are expected any day and preliminary
tryouts will probably be held Sunday
afternoon in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall. The cast may be chosen early
next week. Prof. L. L. Bryson and
Prof. Louis A. Strauss will act as
The two plays, "Henrietta," and
"Stop Thief," were considered, but did
not meet the requirements of the
You can purchase a complete
I niversity BookstoreI
IIF ev'ry man's name described I
him as well as VELVET'S
name describes it, a lot of folks
I know would be applyin' to
Order your Yellow
"mums" now for
"Eberytfng for the^ypetpriter"
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L322 S. State St. 4
Prof. John C. Parker; Will Talk
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Cand s, Perfurrmes
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Gas Service is as nearly perfect as human ingenuity
and willingness can make it.
All that Gas Service asks is the chance to serve.
It brings you light, fuel and warmth at any hour of
the day or night in "ungrudging measure" and sees to
it that you receive them when you want them.
Gas Service doesn't sleep, but it lets ycu sleep with an
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You'll find my styles
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Prof. John C. Parker, formerly chief
engineer of Rochester Railway and
Light company of Rochester, N. Y.,
and recently appointed executive head
of the electrical engineering depart-
ment of the engineering college, will
lecture on "Marginal Economics" at
7:00 o'clock this evening in room 348
of the engineering building.
His talk will deal with the factors
entering into engineering design of
steam, hydraulic and electrical in-
stallations. The speaker will point
out in a non-aiathematical way the
proper li 'its of expenditure and tech-
The paper isi promised to be of ex-
ceptional interest, particularly to stu-
dents of economies, who are especial-
ly invited to attend.
Geology Class Takes Trip to Dexter
The class in elementary geology
under the supervision of Assistant I.
D. Scott will visit Dexter this morn-
ing. The section will leave by the
Michigan Central at 8:20, returning to
Ann Arbor about 11:00 o'clock.
Shoes repaired while you wait. O.
G. Andres, 222 S. State. octi 4-eod-tues
For ALL Occasions
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340 SO. STATE STREET
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last ad on BACK of TELEPHONE DI-
RECTORY. Phone 795. A'1 7E.
Martin guitars, mandolins, ukeleles
and all musical instruments at Schae-
berle & Son's Music House, 110 South
Main street. oct8tf
"In a hurry ' Call Stark, 2255. I
Jhe Farmers & Mechanics Bank
South Main Street State Street Office
Corner Huron 330 S. State St.
A GOOD STRONG BANK WITH EVERY BANKING NEED
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INCREASED NUMBER OF CASES
TREATED IN DENTAL' LINC1
Cases treated in the dental clinic
numlber 10 per cent larger than those
handled in former years. This increase
in the number is accounted for by the
Passeng'er In'jured in Street Car Smash
A smashup occurred on Jackson
avenue Thursday afternoon, between
a Packard and iuron car, and a
freight car of the 1). U. h'., wiich re-
sulted in the lone passenger of the
city car, Mis. Lillian B. lungerford,
being seriousiy hurt.
act that the present .senior dental ~
lass is larger than usual, and that Crafnismain Meeting' Postponed a Week
The meeting o Craftsman, student
any cases before treated in the med- iMasonic society, which was to be
al department are now being handled held tonight, has been postponed until
the dental building. next Saturday evening, November 13.
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