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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

A Pied Galley

f Extratsfrom Letters Received by the h
War Risk Instirance Bureau DICR L YHL~
Writ"I ain't got no book learning and I
mope I am writing for inflamation." 11U T I R

MASQUE PLAY TO
FEATURE AT PARTY

eering college. He was a member of was last stationed at West Poin
the class of 1920, but left in December, Miss., where he received his commi
1917, to enter the aviation corps. He sion.

Distinguishing Marks of the Great-or

-by Their Words Shall Yf Know I "Previous to his departure we were
Them married to a Justice of the Piece."
(being a series with an object, the "He was inducted into the surface."
series being a series of the favorite "i have a four months baby and he
expressions of our favorite instruct- is my only supporter."
ors; the object being that Christian "I was discharged for a goiter
aim of aiding the student to know into which I was sent home for."
whose class he has fallen). Tip to "I did not know my husband had a
student: Learn these phrases if you middle name and if he did, I don't
still have trouble in recognizing your think it was 'none'."
man, mail your complaint to this col- "As I needed his assistance to keep
umn. me enclosed."
"By fah and away the most impoht- "Owing to my condition which I have
ant-." - not walked in three months for a
"Tolstoi was the greatest of the broke leg which is number 50."
Russians, te he." "Kind Sir or She:
"That's the nigger in the woodpile." I enclose lovingly yours-."
"You form the plural this way, See?" "I received $61 and I am certainly
"We see that subtle, naivete in the prevoked tonight."
delicate treatment of this coy shad- "Your relationship to him?" (Ans-,
ow--." wer), "Just a mere aunt and four cous-
ins."
And Now-"Sunny" France Again "You ask for my allotment number.
I have four boys and two girls.",
The government orders overseas of-I "You rha oystandmyw m ngir ys."
"you have taken mymaawyt
fivers to leave their divisional insignia' mnwa hasf to
and Sam Browns on the other side of fight and he was the best fighter I
ever had."
our Atlantic and the officers say that "Please return my marriage certifi-
it can't be done because the sun has cate. Baby hasn't eaten for three
faded their uniforms with the excep- days."
tion of that portion covered by the "My boy has been put in charge of
faithful Sam Brown-made famous by a spittoon., Will I get any more money
our magazine cover illustrators. It now."
seems that sometime since those ter- nw_._
rible dark days they wrote about asT
first among the hardships, Phoebus has Tie Alma Mater of Mother Moffett's
returned to Flanders. Canoe Club

LU1I IVI II I r IU UIIULII
INFLUENCE OF TAILORS' UNION
THOUGHT RESPONSIBLE FOR
ORDER
Coblewg, Jan. 9. - Overseas marks
of service and Sam Browne belts are
soon to be cast into the discard if the
new military order from Washington
which forbids the embarking of sold-
iers from foreign ports wearing them
is strictly adhered to. Many army
men are now wondering if the Inter-
national Tailors' union has had any-
thing to do with issuing of the order.
According to officers' consulted, the
discarding of Sam Browne belts will
force the purchase of new uniforms
either on the other side or immedi-
ately after landing in America and
this is the reason for the insinuation
that the Tailors' union was in a
measure responsible for the order.
Insignia Regarded as Honor
Doughboys landing in this country
feel it their privilege to wear the
insignia of their divisions which
stamps them as veterans of Euro-
pean battle fields. To discard these
together with their overseas caps will
place them in the same class with
those unfortunates who failed to get
overseas and while they do not look
down on the latter, they feel that to
take away the outward marks of their
service will be a rank injustice and
show of ingratitude for the service
which they have rendered their coun-
try.
EachDivision Has1Mark
A small red "I" is proudly worn
by each member of the First Division
while the Second shows no less pride
in the star and Indian head device
which they wear on the arm. Gaudy
black and white stripes are the out-
ward sign to one versed in military
matters that their wearer is a mem-
ber of the famous Third Division. The
Rainbow Division is hardly mistakable
with all the colors blazing on their
arms, while our own Thirty-second,
composed of Michigan men, wears an
arow device to show that it has been
at the point of every attack.
Doubt Observance of Order
Whether the order will be strictly
observed is being greatly questioned
in military circles, as is its wis-
dom, for it will certainly be the
means of sending"the doughboys home
with an unmistakable grouch.

Masques will give its first play of
the year at the Women's league party
to be held at 3:30 o'clock this after-
noon. "The Kleptomaniac" is the title
of the comedy which will give Masque
stars a chance to display their talents.
The plot of the playlet is lively and
bright and the cast, coached by Hilda
Hagerty, '19, are puttingreal spirit
into the lines. The names of the
cast and their respective roles fol-
low :
Mrs. John Burton..Gertrude Grow, '20
Mrs. Valerie Chase, young widow.
............. .Gertrude Boggs, '22
Mrs. Chas. Dover, a bride,......
.................Anna McGurk, '20
Mrs. Preston Ashley............
...............Catherine Wood, '22
Mrs. Freda Dixon.....Ida Mines, '20
Miss Evelyn Evans, journalist....
..........Beatrice McKnight, '19
Katie, the maid.... Francis Kervin, '21
In addition to the play, dancing will
be enjoyed and refreshments will be
served in the parlors of the gym. The
advisory board will serve refreshments
and hope to receive an unusually large
crowd at this first party of the year.
Lieut. Van Horn Returns to University
Lieut. Donald Van Horn has return-
ed to school, enrolling in the engin-

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