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Editor Today-RoT. M. GILLETT.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 1 ,1911.
Staff ineeting tonight at 7 o'clock.
August s-What Astronomers Are Do-
ing in the Study of the Stars, illus
trated lecture by Asst Prof. R. H.
Baker, west lecture rooin, physical
laboratory, at 5.
Open Air Performance - Twelfth
Night, by Ben Greet Players, campus
theatre, at 8.
August 2-Dpen AirPerformasce-As
Youie It, by Bet Greet Players,
campus theatre, at 4.
Open Air Performance - Merry
Wives of Windsor, by Ben Greet
Players, carmpus theatre, at S.
August 3-Student Life in Paris, lec- drop." That we intended to criticise Mr.
ture by Instructor C. B. Vibbert, west Greet is not true; that wee owe any apol-
lecture room, physical laboratory, at 5. ogy to any one for printing what was
Visitors' Night at the Observatory. apparently news, we cannot see. But
Tickets can be obtained at the office we do apologize to our subscribers for
of Dean Kraus Wednesday and Thurs- attempting to start, it our news columns,
day from 2 to 5. a discussion whose sole motive was the
August 4-Address on the Demonstra- gaining of publicity for a campus enter-
tion School, by Professor J. J. Find- prise.
ley (University of Manchester, Eng-
land), lecture room, Tappan hall, at 3- HUMPHREYS AND GINGERICH
School and Society, address by Prof. SAY BEN GREET IS D. K.
Findley, west physics lecture room,
at 8. (Continued from Page 1)
August 5-Excursion to Put-in-Bay, was of a distinctly inferior calibre and
Lake Erie, under the direction of he further asserted that this was known
Prof. F. H. H. Calhoun, leave Ann by Mr. Greet as was evidenced by the
Arbor via Michigan Central at 6:57 absence of the names of the company
a. m. on the programs a few years ago.
Oceans of Second-Hand
Books at prices that will save
'...THEM AS HELPS THEMSELVEs.'
Not long ago, we were "tipped off" to
a condition about the university that
needed remedying. Innocent men "had
suffered grievous wrong." We were
invited to raise a righteous wrath and
pounce on the pernicious perpetrators
of croo-el hardship. The man was
right. It seemed that things might have
been conducted more conveniently for
the students. So we asked this man to
write a communication, stating his views,
to fire the opening gun, so to speak.
"Mais non!" He didn't want to get his
name in the squabble at all. He was
anxious that we should enter an edi-
torial campaign, throw ourselves viol-
ently on one side of the fence, don a
gentle bull-dog smile, and "go to it,"
with a very fine chance of "getting in
bad," a thing we don't care a hang
about if we think we're doing something
worth while; but that he should let his
fair name be smirched with the taint of
In answer to this Mr. Humphreys
said, "Considering the fact that when
Ben Greet had Edith Wynne Mathewson
and others of almost equal rank in his
company he did not print their names,
I can not see that this criticism has
much weight. He merely wanted to
revive an old custom, and there is noth-
ing to Mr. Bell's statement."
NoTICE :-Lit baseball candidates meet
daily on South Ferry field at 4 o'clock.
Always a fresh line .of Cyko Paper
and Ansco films. Don't forget to call
and see the "M" Scrapbooks before you
buy elsewhere. O. Hoppe, 3 doors from
State, 617 E. Liberty. 13-18.
It was a pleasure to go to Tuttle's af-
ter the dance last Friday evening. The
service was prompt and everytiing serv-
ed was fresh and clean. 338 S. State
his own good cause was unexpected, ab- College Inn is still open through sum-
solutely impossible, ridiculous !....And mer school. Sandwiches of all kinds.
yet toe wonders why we didn't bite. 1IO*
A complete stock of Classic and Pop-
WE APO.oGIE ular Music and Musical Supplies at the
Today, we arre running two answers University Music House. 8-12.
to the statements of the dramnatic critic
of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. These These hot days get your milk from a
answers are published in spite of the Wurster Bros. wagon. They stand for
curt statement frost the head of the purity and freshness. Also at Detroit
English department that "we'd put our and Cath. Sts. Bell 423. Home 140.
foot in it and had better let the matter 6-16.
Hailer's College Jewelry1
Complete Optical Dept. High C ass Watsh and Jewelry Repairing.
Haller's Jewelry Store 216 S. Main Street
Home Laundry Company
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