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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6,
KNOW YOUR UNIVERSITY
Unive-sity of Michigan had its origin in the
nic Act" passed by the Michigan Legislature
7 land it is the. oldest state university ir the
te:-The Daily will run one fact about the
rsity in this place every day.)
PROFESSOR STANLEY RETIRES
-only the University but niusic lovers of all
iddle westwill read with sincere regret the
neement of Prof. Albert A. Stanley's with-
1 from particiption in musical activities at
d of the present school year. Although the
ill be most keenly felt,the record of the ex-
work Doctor Stanley has accomplished dur-
s long term of service will show that his be-
est is well merited.
leader of the School of Music for the past
twvo years he possessed all the qualities most
admired in a .leader; he was a student, an
,ast, and a tireless worker. More than this
I a winning prsonality which made all who
in instant friends. Thoroughly imbued with
re of his art he has worked steadily to bring
hool of Music to its present size, an institu-
f nearly seven hundred students. Many of
untry's leading 'musical artists have appeared
due to his efforts to give his pupils the op-
ity of h ring the best talent. The May Fes-
vell known all over the middle west, was in-
I by Doctor Stanley five years after his ar-
l Ann Arbor.
ing liere shortly after completing an exten-
usical education abroad, he has given Mich-
[e bst years of his life, doing his work
i'tly and conscientiously up to the present
For the many advances in musical educa-
>r the hundreds of concerts in Hill audito-
nd for the presence of his inspiring person-
he University owes Doctor Stanley a great
opportunity of instilling in the first year men the
indomitable Michigan spirit - the spirit that de-
mands the best the campus can produce in athletics
and activities, but demands it with sleeves rolled
up to help. The inspiration that makes "The Yel-
low and the Blue" at football games a life-remem-
bered event, plus the igood old creed of "get out
and work," are within the power of the mentor to
transmit to the coming men of Michigan.
The freshmen should be glad of their opportuni-
ty to learn just what the alma mater means. They
should make a friend of their mentor, tell him what
is on their mind, ask him to explain things which
they cannot understand-probably he was as dense
in his own first year. They should remember, al-
ways, that Michigan is behind the mentor, for he
represents that spirit of democracy and brotherhood
of which the University is so proud.
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NEW LEADERSHIP ON THE DIAMOND
Michigan's outlook for a successful year in ath-
letics is better than it has been for several years.
The coming of new men to coach the teams, the
unusual number of good men who will be eligible,
and the large enrollment all point to future achieve-
ments of worth. New men should immediately ac-
quaint' themselves with Michigan's athletic, situa-
tion, and those who are upperclassmen should come
back to support her teams with the. unsurpassed
spirit that has become tralitional.
The loss of Coach Carl Lundgren, whose tutelage
brought to ,Michigan three successive conference
championships in baseball, seemed at first irrepara-
ble ; but the advent of Coach Derrill Pratt gives
promise of a spring revival of the old skill and
vigor on the diamond. Coach Pratt has proved
his alility as a player both in intercollegiate and
big league games, on the gridiron and on the dia-
mond. In this respect he is like his predecessor ;
and with the old loyalty on the part of the student
body, we may confidently expect the new coach to
equal Lundgren in the matter of success.
DETROIT UNITED LINES
In Effect May 18, 1920
Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
"(Eastern Standard Time)
Limited and Express cars leave for
Detroit at 6:10 a. m. and hourly to
9:10 p. in.
Jimiteds to Jackson at 8:40 a. in. and
every two hours to. 8:40 p. mn. Ex-
presses at 9:45 a.t :.and every two
hours to 9:45 p. m.
Locals to Detroit--5: 55sa.m., 7:05 a.m.
and every two hours to 9:05 p, i.,
also 11:00 p. m. To Ypsilanti only,
11:40 p.m., 12:25 a.m. and 1:10 a.n.
Locals to Jackison - 7:45 a.mn., and
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Touching tales we hear in college,
Tales that leave the lashes wet,
But what is sadder than the knowledge
West hall'is with us yet.
But at that it might all be for the best. We once
read wrere a sparrow lived to be loo years old and
in tearing the old place down we might be destroy-
ing the early childhood home of one of these cnn-
What must I possess first of all in order to over-
come my great desire for whiskey?
I. USA FUNNEL.
At present prices we would say that you need
first of all above everything else about $15.oQ in
In fairness to the landladies we are forced to
acknowledge that there is at least one honest land-
lady in Ann Arbor. The sign in the window of her
home on William street reads,
ROOMERS TAKEN IN
Wanted-Pleasant room in exchange with 2 or
3 nights a week.-Daily ad.
If the author of this ad will get in touch with
us we think we could easily arrange to swap a
couple of our nights next week in exchange for
The Sure Cure
1st co-ed-Gert says she only runs around with
Bill to reform him.
2nd ditto-But I didn't know Bill drank.
First-He doesn't, but he's tight with his money.
We've had such a cold for the last week or two
that even our olfactory organ has refused. to func-
tion. Last week when the cold was at its worst
we took our girl to a musical comedy in Detroit.
Some of the jokes were so crude that even our
girl blushed and remarked to us,
"I feel as tho my cheeks were burning."
We sniffed three or four times and then con-
soled her with,
"No, you must be wrong. I can't smell any
Now we don't accuse our girl of having no sense
of humor but we will say that she absolutely re-
fused to laugh at that one.
Familiar Closing Lines
"Just a drop in th bucket," he explained as he
fell into the pail filled with water.
. NOAH COUNT,
Mrs. Fox was bragging one day about the large
number of her cubs.
"How many cubs do you bring into the world at
one time?" she asked the LIONESS.
"Only ONE," replied the Lioness-"but it's a
THE -MENTOR'S CHANCE
mentor system, by which is meant the help-
iendly supervision of freshmen by upperclass-
s to be instituted at Michigan this year. Four
ed men of the junior and senior class-men
ave "been through the mill," who know what
ins to leave the home town and all one's old
s, to move to a place where every face is un-
ar, to be greeted by strange sights and still
-er customs-these men have volunteered to
mentors to the members of the class of 1924,
> show them the meaning of the phrase, "a
ill be their duty to visit, at least once in two
, the freshmen to whom they have been as-
and to lend an attentive ear to the new
troubles. Theirs will be the role of oracle
wering the many perplexing questions which
n the minds of freshmen-the wearing of the
respect to upperclassmen, traditions of all
best courses of study, and so forth. But far
these trivial ahd pleasant duties is the great
MURADS COST 20 CENTS for a BOX
of 10-BUT THEY'RE MURADS!
MURADS would be lower priced if we left out
all or part of the 100% Turkish tobaccos of the purest
and begi varieties grown-or if we substituted inferior
grades of Turkish tobacco
But they wouldn't be MURADS- they'd only be
Special attention is called
to Murad20s in Tin Boxes andF pan dF theI /