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John C. B. Parker.........Managing Editor
Clarence T. Fishleigh......Business Manager
Conrad N. Church.............News Editor
Lee E. Joslyn............City Editor
Harold A. Fitzgerald.........Sports Editor
Harold C. L. Jackson......elegraph Editor
Verne E. Burnett..........Associate Editor
Golda Qainsburg:............ Women's Editor
Carleton W. Reade........Statistical Editor
J. E. Campbell... .Assistant Business Manager
. Philip Emery. .Assistant Business Manager
Albert E. Horne.. Assistant Business Manager
Roscoe R. Ra... .Assistant Business Manager
Fred M. Sutter... Assistant Business Manager
L. S. Thompson E. A. Baumgarth
Michigan may now enter without diffi-
culty into the University.
Angell day means more than merely
tying the state high schools closer to
the University. To faculty, alumni,
and students, the occasion brings up
the host of memories connected with
the great personality of a man, and
its inseparable connections with the
growth of Michigan. Convocation will
be the local setting, not officially, but
rather inevitably, of what amounts al-
so to an observance of Angell day.
THE TEST COMES TODAY
One week ago today the first game
of the 1916 football season was played
on Ferry field. Instead of cheering
there was hand-clapping, and there
was no band. Several alumni from
Detroit witnessed the game, and stir-
red by the lack of enthusiasm dis-
played, wrote a communication which
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Reporters C. W. Neumann
B. A SaneyC. C. Andrews
E. L. Zeigler I1. C. Garrison
C. M. Jickling E. A. Baumgarth
Bernard Wohl J. . Robinson
Paul E. Cholette H R R. Louis
E. Reed Hunt Harold J. Lance
Earl F. Ganschow Walter R. Payne
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1916.
Night Editor-C. M. Jiekling
Angell day and Convocation day ap-
propriately coincide, Friday, Oct. 13.
appeared in The Daily Saturday morn-
ing. At the Case game on Saturday
the team was accorded the hearty, red-
blooded support it deserved. Cheer-
leaders were on hand, and the crowd
responded with all the yells It knew.
The band was there, playing in mid-
season form. Real Michigan "fight-
em" spirit was in the stands as well
as on the gridiron.
Today the test comes. There is an-
other mid-week game this afternoon.
Michigan rooters proved that they
could come back on Saturday, but it
remains for this afternoon to show
that the come-back was permanent.
It is much easier to keep up the en-
thusiasm on a bright sunny Saturday
than late on Wednesday afternoon
when the gathering gloom reminds us
that it is nearly time for supper and
that there are lessons to get out af-
terward. It is up to every Michigan
man to prove equal to the test.
Have your photogra-
phic work done by
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Angell day has been declared by
the superintendent of public instruc-
tion of Michigan, and it will be ob-
served by all the high schools and
some of the colleges throughout the
state. The university held its exer-
cises in memory of the late President-
Emeritus James B. Angell during the
last Commencement week. But re-
emphasis will be made of the day
when the faculty and students as-
semble for the fourth annual Convoca-
tion, Friday, in Hill auditorium.
Angell day will be celebrated in
hundreds of high schools, and thous-
ands of students will hear the story
of the growth of the school of the in-
land seas into a great university. They
will hear how President Angell helped
in the making of a clear pathway from
even the smallest isolated high schools
straight through to the diploma plat-
form of the University of Michigan.
They will learn that largely through
President Angell's efforts, the grad-
uates from 266 high schools, parochial.
and private schools in the state of
Tryouts for the Girls' Glee club are
to be conducted Thursday and Friday,
from 4:30 to 6:00, in room 7 at the
School of Music. At the same time,
tryouts for the Girls' Mandolin club
will be held in the parlors of Bar-
bour gymnasium. Girls playing the
mandolin, guitar, banjo, or traps are.
especially urged to try out.
All schedules for required gymna-
sium work will be poste on the bul-
letin board in Barbour gymnasium,
Wednesday, October 11. All students,
freshmen, sophomores, and upper
class women who are taking required
gymnasium work, will begin work on
Wednesday or Thursday, according to
schedule. Sophomores will begin on
Thursday. All classes will hold their
first meetings at the gymnasium;
Locker tickets should be purchased
at the treasurer's office, and should
be exchanged for lockers during the
morning hours this ,week, at the gym-
See sloan . Mag. ch.. .a. for
See Slo ]M..OOZdir g for the school yoa.r.
Cosmopolitan, Saturday Evening Post, Country
Gentleman, Ladies Home Journal and any other
Magazines at Special Student Rates for the school
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The leather heel has outlived its usefulness. It is
doomed ! Hard, nail-studded leather heels are not
adapted to the pavements of this "Concrete Age."
The impact of heel on stone wears down the leather
heel in two or three weeks. The constant jarring caused
by leather heels hurts your nervous system.
Save your heels, your shoes, and'yourself by wearing
O'Sullivan's Heels of New Live Rubber.
They last twice as long as leather heels and keep your
shoes in shape much longer.
Quarry Drug Cols,
Corner N. University and S. Stale St,
nasium. Gymnasium clothes may be
purchased afternoons this week at the
All upper class girls who are tak-
ing any kind of gymnasium work this
year must see Miss Evans this week,
to make appointments for heart and
All houses of five or more women
must send the names of their repre-
sentatives to the board of representa-
tives of the Women's League, to Dean
Jordan by Wednesday, October 11.
Women desiring to try out for the
Gargoyle may see the editor any af-
ternoon from 2:30 to 4:00 o'clock.
Mortar Board will meet at 7:30 this
evening at the Theta Phi Alpha House.
Tickets for the annual Y. W. C. A.
banquet to be held Saturday evening
must be obtained today. Upper class
girls may secure them at the table in
the Library. Freshmen will receive
complimentary tickets by calling at
Juniors and seniors who wish to
play hockey meet at Barbour gymna-
sium at 4:00 o'clock Thursday.
Freshmen taking required work at
3:00 o'clock on Friday will not meet
this week on account of Convocation,
but will meet at 3:00 o'clock on Mon-
Notices supplying information con-
cerning gymnasium outhts will be
found posted in the building.
The Judiciary Council of the Wow-
en's League will meet at Dean Jor-
dan's, for luncheon at 12:00 o'clock
All women desiring to enter the fall
tennis tournament must sign their
names on the bulletin board at the
gymnasium before the end of the
week. The winner of this tournament
plays the spring champion, Margaret-
ta Douglas, '17, for the title.
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SCOREBOARD TOO SMALL
SO SAYS WRITER OF COMIHUNICA-
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Editor, The Michigan Daily:
As a well-wisher of the University
of Michigan, permit me to make a sug-
gestion in regard to the scoreboard
at Ferry field. The scoreboard is en-
tirely out of proportion with the size
of Ferry field. One can scarcely dis-
tinguish the figures on the scoreboard
from the other side of the field. I
would suggest a larger and more pre
tentious scoreboard. It would be a
simple matter to have it made in our
I believe the students of Michigan:
are sportsmen, however, they did not,
live up to their name at the Case
game. It would have added greatly to
the good name of the University if
one or two cheers had been given for
Case. A cheer for some of our more
important opponents might be learned
and given at the time they play us.
Geological Seminary Meets Thursday
Geological seminary, in connection
with Geology 8, will meet next Thurs-
day evening at 7:00 o'clock, in room
436 of the Natural Science building.
In addition to those taking the course,
other students of geology ate invited.
Stop in. at "The Little Shop" after
the concert Thursday night. oct11
'Phone 600 for signs and show cards.
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Opposite Court House
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DAVIS COLLECTION OF BOOS
AND) MINERALS ON EXHIBIT
The collection of books of the late
Dr. C. A. Davis, which was presented
to the University, is now on exhibit in
the natural science building. Doctor
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Insist on O'Sullivanized shoes; the
new live rubber heels give the
greatest wear with the greatest re-
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Velox prints at Sugden's.
Davis was formerly an instructor in
botany in the University. He was
nos for rent; terms right. Scha.-
& Son, 110 South Main St. oct~tf
acobus' Five-Piece Orchestra
es, entertainments and con-
20 N. Fifth Ave. Phone 1487.
ard repairs typewriters. 8-9
v. Bnk. Bldg. Tel. 866-F1.
given a leave of absence to study peat
and later he was a member of the
bureau of mines. It was his wish that
his large collection of books be given
to the University.
A number of interesting specimens
of minerals are also in the collection.,
These are in the mineralogy rooms
on the second floor of the building.
W. 505 BLK . N9605 TAN
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