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'r® , '+ od Pv., commnssion recently made it. A few
weeks ago Governor Goodrich. was
To Sunny ]Jnil'jj travelling over Russian snow fields
j on dog sleds. He~ is here seen in the
iltU, flU f JS 1iti"f midst of tropical splendors of M4iamli
J - ~ - 1as one of the first of the winter vis-
itors.

ent p)lans develope, they intend to pub-
lish a daily pap)er next summer model-
ed! as closely as possible after The
Summer M. _ichigan D1)aily of this last
year"
DANC-At Ypsi every Fridauy ev-
ening. 8:30-adv.

fe

you lose your dog', a daily cla
ad will find it for you.-Adv

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SUMMER SCHOOL SO ONS

LflUU I WUILLO I HLillI
Dean Edward 1^. Kraus, of the Sum-
ner session, who! returned Sunday
from the annual meeting of the ass:o-
c aticn of S ufPmer session directors
held at Iowa City, Iowa, said the Un-,
iversity's act in instituting a daily
paper for Summer school, met with
the unqiualified approval of all del t
gate.j
{Dean Kraus presented a report on
The Summer Mhlihigan IDaiy, pointing
out its many advantages ever the old
tri-weekly pu~bli cation, especially in
drawing the summer dchool studentsE
.iVo an increased interest in the do-'
ings of the Summer session.
The delegates were unanimous in
their approval. said Dean Kraus. In,
addition to' going on record as heart-
ily in favor of the innovation ,severail
delegates declared their, intention of
devoting all their efforts to the publi-f
cation of similar daily papers in their
owr schools.
"The Univtcrsitv of Ic.wa," said Dean
Kraus, "will probably be the first to

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CHOP SUEY - STEAKS,
Everything good at
Ann Arbor Chop Sucy
_314 S.. State-Second Floor

ONE DOLLAR
OR MORE
FOR YOUR OLD PEN
,ST'AN:ARD MAKE
1n E :hange For a
RIDER MASrTIRPEN
Arid yoar P-',t-%bab1 Are o'r
RDER'S PEN SHOP

BUT ITSLUP TOYOU!
WJPEECS ARE IAY DoWU
LIB'ERT ST. HILL
Phone gas a Trial -- "Service for P-trongage"
SCHLENK.a'SHARDWARE
215 W. LIBERTY STREET
PHONE 554

JicLk Frost and His~ Sperry Sport P.aUie
Jack Frost, vice president of the Frost National bank of San Antonio, Tex. a former army pilot is flying
home fromn New York in his new Sperry sport plane. He is making, the' 2,000 mile trip by easy "hops". "It's the
way to travel,' .says Frost.

Tele honeRepacesLegsInr
Modern Journalistic VocationI
Mlodern telephone scystemis have some .days in hopes that some person
work~ed many changes in journalism. , ol uns ~mwt h at
Wit a elehon a hi elowwir Iwhich, led to the disaster which -on
Wit a elehon athiselbw, ir Monday last befell. the. Grand. Tam-
service to every corner of the country many Sachem, Williamn Moonuey, who
?and worldwvida cable and radio corm- lately presided Ayer the Almusbouse, in
munication constantly at his disposal,; his removal. Surely the citizens have
the modern newspaper editor rarely; a right to be informed of such things,
stops to count his blessings or to con- Will any person, acquainted with the
trast them with the handicaps under circumstances, communicate themr to
which the memnbers of his profession the editor?"
-la.bored a centur'y ago. Enormnous Nuber of Telephones
Legs Were Imnportanit: Some idea ot' the enormity of tele-
The telephone has supplanted the phone service in the United States
"leg-man"--the reporter who'-wentr may° be gained through comparative
out on an assignment and hurried statistics. There are-more telephones;
back to the office to write it' in. time I in Pennsylvania than in -all of Great
to catch the earliest possible' edition. Britain, more in Mis'souri than in all
The news gatherer now covers his as-, of France, and more in Oregon than
>'nment, but saves precious time by in all of Italy. There are more tele-
telephoning the story to. his oiffice, I phones in New York City than in the
where it is either transcribed ver- whole of amy foreign country, ex-
batim as dictated or handled by "re- cepting Great Britain and Germany.
write" men who simpl~y take the de- A compilation of information as to
tails and write the story themselves. the number of miles of, telephone
But even the reporter of the old. wire in the world shows a total, of!
school was an advance' over the news- 52,660,000. Of this total the, United
gathering facilities of an earlier gen- States has 61 per cent and all of the
'eration, when the editor had to~ de- countries of Europe together 28 'per
peed largely upon the assistance of cent, the remaining 11 per cent being
interested readers for mnuoh of the in-I divided among the other countries of
formiation purveyed through his col-I he world.
umin1.

f by Wray H. Congdon, grad.j
The 'party will last- until ]midnight,
the entertainment consisting of danc-
ing and cards.- - -
Fewer Anwrican<s in MXdco
Mexico City, Oct. 16. (By A. P. Mail)j
Spaniards lead in numbers in Mex-
ico :City's population with 12,053 asI
against the French who are second
with 2,.652. Americans number 2,382;+
Germans 1 ,223 and 6110 British. It is
estimated that there are about 8,0001

I INTELLIGENT AND INT EESTEDV

ed to 25,280 in 1910. .
'.Enslan Sale Daute Chang,,ed
Subscriptions to the Mrichiganensian Ex-Goyrnor James P. Go. xrlchi
will be bold from Nov. 7 to 10, in-
stead- of at the timeX previously an- From the snowN fields of Russia to
nounced. Tfhe change-rn the time of; perpetual sui-nier in IV1,armi, Florida,
selling has been made necessary by is a big jumpl, yet .jaie 1P. Goodrich,3
the confliction of the date with the; former govcrnor of indiana and a
sale of Student directories, member of the United States Russian

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Your bank, should be sound, -accurate and
efficient. But that is not enough. Banking
service to be of the Most use to you should
lbe also i ntelligent and initerested.

That is what this bank tries- to be.

FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK

101-105 So. MAN

,330 So. "STATE ST.

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177.7- llg answer
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Advertised F~or Copy)
The New York Evening Post recent-
ly reprinted from its issue of Septem -
ber 22, 1809, an item which illustrates
ihe difficulties attending the task of
the editor at that time. Under the
caption "Information' Wanted" the ar-I
ticle makes this plea to the public:
"The editor has been' waiting for

SCOTT WILL GIVE TALK
AT GRLAD PARTY FRIDAY
Prof. F. N. Scott of the rhetor'ic de-
partment will open the graduate Club
party at the Barbour gymnasium at
8 o'clock Friday, with a short address.
Following the talk will be cheers led
by the Varsity yell squad, and a song

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Smont" oxford (illustrated) is admirably suited
for fall wear with wool hose. Black or tar} Nor-
wegian calfskin, with heavy soles, broad flange heels
and distinctive punching. A perfect fittin~g last of
the new short vamp type.

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the Tailor Shop of

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I!AST TIMES TONIGHT- TOMLMOORE AND MARY M ILES MINTE IN "4THE COWBOY AND LADY"

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