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TI MICHIGAN DAILY I MORE MEN WANTED
Due to the increased size of The
Michigan. Published every morning except Daily this year, it has been decided to
Monday during the university year. add 20 more men to the staff. The
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as policy of the management is to make
second-class matter.s- the reporter's work as pleasant, and
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub- as profitable as possible, without tak-
scriptions: by carrier or mail, $2.50. Want ing too much' of his time, since a man
ad. stations: Quarry's, Students' Supply cantsa
Store, The Delta, cor. Packard and State. who cannot stay eligible, is evidently
Phones: Business, 960; Editorial, 2414. of little use. No freshman may apply,
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Francis F. McKinney ...... Managing lEditor
John S. Leonard.........Business Manager
1 . Rodgers Sylvester News Editor
Ton C. Reid...............Telegraph Editor
Verne Burnett--------------Telegraph Editor
E. P. Wright ...............Sports Editor
J. C. D. Parker-.........Assignnent Editor
Joseph J. Brotherton.............City Editor
Edwin A. Hyman ..............City Editor
L~ee .Joslyn ..................ity 1ditoi
Irwin Johnson........ Chr. Efficiency Board
C. D. Cooke..............Chief Statistician
J. L. Stadeker...........Supplement Editor
.dward Mack.........Advertising Manager
Y. R. Althseler.-. Circulation Manager
C. V. Sellers .................... Aceountani
C. T. Fishleigh ..Assistant Business Manager
Leonard 'v Nieter William F. Newton
If. A. Fitzgerald William I. Fort
Waldo R Junt Golda Ginsberg
Martha Gray N at Thompson
Jacob M. Braude W. R. Atlas
Earl Pardee R. T. McDonald
. A. Baumgarth L. S. Thompson
Bruce Swaney . L. Ziegler
R. J. Blumn.A. F Paley
C S. Huntley A, Schoenfleld
Albert I. Borne Roscoe Ran
1. C. Musgrave F. M. Sutter
K. S. McColl M~axwell Cutting
but any other in the university,
whether experienced or inexperienced,
will be given a position, and may ex-
pect advancement as fast as his ca-
pabilities become manifest. Those in-
terested should present themselves at
The Daily office at 1:00 o'clock today,
or at least at 1:00 o'clock some day
this week, and we may add, that only
energetic men are wanted.
ALUMUS DFENDS 3ON
CRITICIZES .DAILY FOR ARTICLE
IN WHICH BROWN UNIVERSITY
IS SEEMINGLY KNOCKED
Editor, The Michigan Daily:--
1 read the article printed in your
paper recently in which you deplored
the fact that more athletes from De-
troit did not enter Ann Arbor. Further
along in your article you implied that
HAR'S three kinds of tobacco-
good tobacco, better tobacco,
0 an' VELVET. For VELVET i3 the
better sort of tobacco with itstest
brought out by agein'.
Table Baskets from 75c to $10.00. Chrysanthemums in all their varied
colors and sizes. Carnations all colors. . Corsages, Roses, Violets, Lilies
of the Valley.
For those who are prevented from being at the family feast there is the thoughtful
sentiment expressedby flowers telegraphed and delivered Thanksgiving morning,
no matter if the dinner table be thousands of miles away.
Orders left with me now will be forwarded to the local florist by mail, thus saving
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detreit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
Cars run on Eastern time, one hour faster
an local time.
Detroit Limited and Express Cars--S:io a.
and hourly to 7 :ta p. mn., 9:10 p. in.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8:48 a. m. and
ery two hours to 6:48 p. In.; to Lansing,
48 p. m.
Local Cars, Eastbound-5:35 a. in., 6:40 a. in.,
05 a. m., and every two hours to 7:05 p. M,
0.5 p. m., 9:05 p. n., 10:45 p. m. To Ypsi-
iti only, 8:48 a. m. (daily except Sunday),'
20 a. in., 12:05 p. m., 6:05p . In., x2:15 p.
.1:1t5 a. im., 1:3o a.ni.
Local Cars, Westbound--6 :x2 a. n., 7:50 a.
and every two hours to 7:50 p. '2., 10:20
m, 12:20 a. in.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital.......... . $ 300,000.00
Resources. over ....$3,000,000.00
Banking in all branches
Main Office, N. W. Corner Main
and Huron Sts.'
Branch Office, 707 North Univ-
ae ca $ nugIs k
orner Liberty and Main
oal Coke Lumber
Planing Mill Specialties
Candies Cigars Pipes
George Nobil the eastern colleges took unfair means'
in getting these students, and espe-
cially Brown University.
_Vhule I am a loyal alumnus of
Michigan, 1 dislike very much to see
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1915 its official paper make statements
which I know cannot be backed up.
It is unsportsmanlike to say the least,
Night Editor*--William F. Newton n tde o rn rdtt h
and it does not bring credit to the
CLASS ROOM HONESTY
Brown University, I know, has as
We have heard much talk of honor clean athletics as Michigan, and does
systems to be used in examinations. not offer any financial inducement to
We have seen other methods intro- anvaheeoanohesunt-
We Have a
FULL LINE OF
Cut Flowers. and Plants
For All Occasions
COUSINS & HALL
1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
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duced to bring about the same results
that such systems are supposed to at-
tain, and on the whole these schemes
have proved successful. But now and
again the old spectre of cribbing in
examinations bobs up, and tends to
set at nought all the constructive
work that has gone before.
Such a thing happened last Friday
in a midsemester examination in the
literary college, when both men and
women resorted to their notes andJ
text-books when the professor hap-
pened to be out of the room. One en-
couraging feature of the affair is that
this incident is the exception and not
But it is dangerous to allow such
practices to go unchecked. Cheating
on the part of one element in a class
forces cheating on the other members,
purely as a matter of self preserva-
tion. Theoretically this argument does
not hold water. The ethics which jus-
tify such procedure are twisted but
none the less effective so far as the
average undergraduate is concerned.
He figures that if the cheater raises'
the class average, that it is better for'
him to keep in the race by the same
methods rather than tell on the man
who is really to blame.
It is easy to theorize on this matter?
and justify or condemn the man who
cheats to save himself, but drastic ac-
tion on the part of the faculty that
will strangle the chronic cheater will
go much farther toward solving the
difficulty. The Law school has found
a way out by instituting the monitor'
system. It breaks down the ideals of
men who believe in the natural hon-
esty of mankind, but it saves the day
for the marginal student who wants
to do right, but who yields to tempta-
tion when he sees the dice loaded
ter. It is true that a great many stud-
ents work their way through college,
waiting on table for their board, and
taking car of furnaces, etc., for their
room, but you will acknowledge that
this is the case at Michigan.
Regarding Les. Clark, I wish to
state that he was induced to go to
Brown by an alumus in this city,
and brought nothing but discredit to
the Central high school of this city.
He failed absolutely in all five of the
courses that he was taking, and the
professors under whom he studied re-
fused absolutely to allow him to en-
deavor to make up this deficiency.
Mr. McKenzie, principal of the Cen-
tral high school of this city, takes the
stand that it is a good thing for west-
ern boys to go to eastern colleges and
vice-versa, and he is esfecially anxi-
ous to have some of his graduates en-
ter Brown in order to counteract the
bad name that Mr. Clark gave his
Regarding the scholastic require-
ments, they are higher at Brown than
they are at Michigan.
The relations between the two uni-
versities have always been very cor-
dial and I regret to see you take any
stand that is going to cause unpleasant
A DETROIT ALUMNUS.
Felix Diaz Leads Revolt
El Paso, &ov. 29.-Advicet in El
Paso to Carranza investigators declare.
that Felix Diaz and his associates in
a new intrigue with the backing of the
clerical party in Mexico, have purch-
ased a steamer at Vancouver, B. C.,
and are shipping ammunition of war
to Puerto Angles in the state of Ox-
aca on the west coast near Salima
Cruz for the inception of a new revo-
A Complet LLne of
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Phone 294 210
3 EAST LIBERTY STREET
Genuine Gas Coke is
310 W. Liberty
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The cut weave and finish are just right in each
We shall be glad to offer suggestions.
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epartment Paper and Envelopes
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It contains a smallerl percent of waste than
any fuel on the market.
Therefore it is the most efficient.
Direct from the maker to
you with no
Washtenaw Gas Co.
Nevada Renews Prospectors' Course FAXOUS ASIATIC EXPLORER
Reno, Nev., Nov. 29.-The short WILL GIVE T LECTURES HERE
course for prospectors, which proved
such a success last year, will be re- r. Ell th Huntin Will Talk
newed this year by the University of r wor gton
Nevada. The course includes lectures In Science Building Tomorrow
on prospecting, geology, sanitation, and Thursday.
chemistry and mining law, besides
laboratory work in such subjects as Dr. Ellsworth Hunitington, the noted
assaying, mineralogy, and first aid to'exlrr and traveller, will deliver
the injured. hA ''t I'''' *.1A
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IHouse party time is drawing nigh.
ee us for party Taxi Service. We
ve the equipment. We are prepared
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Seniors. Don't delay and have your
Michiganensian pictures made at
Hoppe's studio. nov28,30, decl
Pianos'to rent. :Prices and ipianoF
right, at Schaeberler& Son's Music
House,-110 South Main street. oct8tf
Developing and printing is done at
Hoppe's studio. Prints made, 3, 4, 5
cents each. nav28,30, decl
Call Lyndon for a good flashlight.
Rubber Heels attached to your
shoes, they relieve the jar caused by
leather heels and assist in performing
the same function that the natural heel
cushion performs when walking bare-
Once shorn, no-comfort Nithout them.
Harvard Turns Down Loan to Allies
Cambridge, Nov. 29.-At an open
forum meeting at the Harvard Union,
the students voted "No" to the ques-
tion of lending moral and economic
aid to the allies.
Wree s aI USLr.Lea ggran ic ieciures
on Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 1
and 2, in the auditorium of the Nat-
ural Science building. The subjects of
Dr. Huntington's lectures will be:
"Weather, Work and Human Activi-
ty," "The Ideal Climate and the Dis-
tribution of Civilization," and "Past
Distribution of Climate and Cause of
The greater part of Dr. Huntington's
work has been done in central Asia.
He has explored the Syrian Desert,
Palestine, Asia Minor and the canons
of the Euphrates. He was awarded
the Gill Memorial by the Royal Geo-
graphical Society of Paris in recogni-
tion of the high value of his explora-
tions in central Asia.
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Iavid Starr Jordan Abandons Trip
Palo Alto, Cal., Nov. 29.-The an-
nouncement that the international
peace conference scheduled to be held
in Berne, Switzerland, December 14
to 18, has been indefinitely postponed,
has caused Chancellor David Starr
Jordan to abandon his European trip.
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