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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JA

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OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER AT THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Published every morning except Monday
ingthe university year by the Board in
ntrl df Student Publications.
EMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Associated Press is exlusively entitled
the use for republcation of all news dis-
tches credited to it or not otherwise credited
this paper and also the local news pub-
bed herein.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
!ihigan, as second class inatter.
ubscriptions by carrier or mail, $3.50.
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building.
Phores: Business, 960; Editorial, 2414.
Communications not to exceed 300 words,
signed, the signature not necessarily to ap-
ar in print, but as an evidence of faith, and
tices of events will be published in The
aily at the discretionof the Editor, if left
or mnailed to ^the office.
Unsigned communications will receive no
no ideration. No manuscript will be re-
ried unless the writer incloses postage.
The D~aily does not necessarily endorse the
ntiments expressed in the corn unications.
larence L. Roeer...........Editor-in-Chief
ildred C. Mighell.........Managing Editor
arold Makinson...........Business Manager
inent H. Riordan...........News Editor
bafits R. Osius, Jr.......City Edtor
arguerite Clark..............Night Edior
aQi B. andis............Sport Editor
Carthia Guernsey;..........Womens Editor
ark K. Ehlbert............Associate Editor
elen I. Davis ..............Literary Editor
eGrand A. Gaines.....Advertising Manager
gnes L. Abele.........Publication Manager
onald M. Major.......Circulation Manager
m. M. LeFevre ...........Office Manager
ISSUE EDITORS
seph A. Bernstein Paul G. Weber
orace \W.Porter Philip Ringer
viih Daley hl. D. Flinterann
REPORTERS
araret Christie Berman Lustfield
ene Ellis Renaud Sherwood
dna Apel iHeny O'Brien
arie Crozier Mary D. Lane
BUSINESS STA FF
ark B. Covell Robert E. McKean
dwmrd Priehs, Jr. Clare W. Weir
ra. R. Welsh Wm. A. Leitzinger
orge A. Cadwell Donnell R. Shoffne
el F. Schoerger ienry Whiting II
EDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1919.
Issue Editor Joseph A. Bernstein
SOME MORE PROPAGANDA
Propaganda intended to alienate
reat Britain and the United States
as become so widespread that de-
ite steps have been taken to coun-
ract it. The source is not known,
it the fact still remains that an ef-
rt is being made to place an obstacle
the pathway of friendly relations
atween the two nations, related by
is of bloo, speech, and business.
There seems to have become pre-
pent, in this country, a belief that
ngland sat back and allowed the bur-
al<; of the wr to fall upon the should-
s of her colonies, reaping the glory
r herself. Without diminishing the
ble work done by her colonies, in-
stigation shows England to have
me more than her share.
Figures prove what England ac-
implished. In August, 1918, Lloyd
sorge stated that the empire had
ised 8,500,000 men for the army and
ivy, of which number 6,250,000 had
en contributed by the British Isles
[one.
It was England who in a large meas-
re defeated the submarines, thus
Deping the seas open. It was Eng-
nd who fought with her "back to the
all," until America was ready. Eng-
nd pointed the way to the supremacy
the air, and showed America the
ay to minimize mistakes and maxim-
o efficiency in immediate preparation
r war.
This war should be the means of
menting permanently the many ex-
ting bonds between Great Britain
id the United States. England real-
es and appreciates what America has
me. America, in her turn, must

ose her ears to all anti-British pro-
iganda, and grasp this opportunity
establish, once for all, cordial and
rofitable relations between the two
'eat nations.
A magazine writer has made the
atement that the revolution in
rance helped to purify the Greek
nguage. If revolutions have such an
feet on languages, there is still some
ape for the Germans.
All aquatic meets in the Big Ten
.is yea: will be conducted by tele-
-aph to save traveling expenses. We
ope this idea of conservation does
ot exist by the time baseball season
lls around.
More than $145,000 was made by a
ondon chiropodist last year. Wonder
army shoes had anything to do witij
is?
Elections take form of riots in Ger-
any.-Headline. Elections are al-
ays riots in the registrar's office.
Too bad the war didn't last until
ter exams.
useum of Zoology Changes Schedule
The Museum of Zoology will be
en to visitors on Sundays from
until 5:30 o'clock, instead of 1:30

A Pied Galley

Water, water, everywhere,
'And all the boards did shrink,
Water, water, everywhere,
And not a drop to drink.
- COLERIDGE.
Sound Waves
"Every Character in Fiction There."
Daily on Women's league party. How
about Lady Godiva?
Try Music With Your Meals, etc.-
Adv. Ever hear a husky Engineer
coming up for air during the soup
course?
A marriage license sets you back
five dollars in the state of New York.
Still, a good wife ought to be, worth
that much.
"Groom Bit On Neck."-Louisville
Courier-Journal. No cause for excite-
ment, t'was a horse that did it.
The Dent
Weuunintentionally omitted the Dent
in our category of the other day.
Here goes. At birth the Dent makes
a couple of ineffectual grabs at the
moon and then yells, "Pyhorrea" at
the top of his voice. He never stops.
When not gargling listerine he is
wishing that you would sprout the
tusk like prominence of a wart hog.
He would like to put iron washers in
the corned beef hash so he could mend
your shattered bicuspids the next day,
but doesn't dare.
Aside from a professional stand-
point, the Dent is thorough-ly kind
hearted and humane. No, he does not
beat his wife for a pastime. He learns
to pull your teeth in college and in
his later life he learns to pull your
leg. Peace to his 'ashes.
Tomorrow we are going to glorify
the cozed in a like manner. Remem-
her, that's a promise.
Famous Closing Lines
With a tear I put the Corona away.
This Is the end of a ,perfect day.
FAIR SEX SHOW INTEREST IN
RE GISTRATION FOR ELECTION

The regular meeting of the board of:
directors of the Women's league will
not be held Saturday on account of
examinations.
An important cabinet meeting of the
Y. W. C. A. will be held at 3:30 o'clock
this afternoon at Barbour gymnasium.
Posture examinations begin today.
All appointments must be kept in ord-
er to receive credit for the work of the
semester.
Girls who have changed their sched-
ules, and are thus compelled to change{
their gymnasiuni hour, should report
this change when they take th'eir
posture"examinations.
1 The class in playground work will
be held at 1 o'clock this afternoon at
Barbou r gymnasium. Basketball prac-
tice will also. be held according toI
schedule.
The Y. W. C. A. finance committee
will meet at 4 o'clock this afternoon
in Barbour gymnasium.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
TO GIVE RECITAL
An unusually interesting program is
planned for the recital of advanced
students from the piano, voice. and
violin departments of the University
School of Music to be given at 4:15
o'clock this afternoon in the 'School of
Music hall,
The following program will be pre-
sented
Prelude, Serenade....,....Schutt
Irene Rosenberg
A Song of Youth .,, , , , .. , , . . Ware
Loves in Thy Heart. . . Woodman
Marjorie West
Aufachwung, Grillenr.....Schumann
Prances Crozier,
Violin-Concert de Mazurka... Musin
Henry Hugh Altvater
Auf Flugen des Gesanges......
Mendelssohn-Liszt

FILMS COMING FOR
EXTENSION SERVICE
Prof. W. D. Henderson of the ex-
tension department has received
word from the bureau of educational
extension at Washington that a con-
signment of patriotic and educational
films are being forwarded to him.
About 15 reels will compose the lot
and will be distributed to points in
the state that are using motion pic-
tures for extension lectures.
Many of these films have been tak-
en in France and American camps,
to be used for educational work. ew
allotments of the reels will arrive
regularly as soon as the demand for
them is established. It is expected
that some will be shown in Ann Ar-
1-or churches:
Professor Scott to Address Club
'A Substitute for the Classics" will
be the topic of the address which
Prof. Fred N. Scott, of the rhetoric
department, will deliver before the
(lassical club at 8 o'clock Thurs-
day evening in room A, Memorial
hal.
Junior prom at the University of Ill-
inois is to be formal. The date is set
for April 11.

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Engineers

BUY THEM NOW -- THAT SET OF

D ra wing Instruments
$15.00, $18.009 $25.00, $28.00 THE SET
Somea Bargains in Second-Hand Sets

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UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE

For Traveling Anywhere Anytime
You will enjoy using the
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks as issued by this bank. They
come in denominations of $10, $20, $50 and $100, are cashed
by Banks, Hotels, Railroads, etc., without identification.

ASK US

Neolin Soles

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and

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Students!

Eat lvhere you get the proper kind of food
All home eooked food

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Lunch-11:45-x2:45
Dinner-5:3046.' ,
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$0C
$5-00

Interest in the coming election is Dorothy Ar strong
growing among the fair sex of the
city if the registration figures at the IMPROVEMENT SHOWN IN
city clerk's office can be used to base ILTNESS OF PLEYNOLDI SMITH
the estimate upon. Approximately 800
have registered to date, and the num- Slight improvement was shown in
ber is in creasing daily. Authorities the condition of Reynold R. Smith,
encourage early registering. Election ex-'22, son of Secretary Shirley W.
day is the final dates Smith, according to telegrams receiv-
The city clerk, when registering the ed here from his father yesterday.
women, gives them complete instruc- Smith is seriously ill withhenpyerna,
tions in the operation of the voting following pneumonia at the United
machine which is used here. The la- States Military academy. Although
dies grasp the working of the machine he is still in a critical state, all
quickly and say they will have the hopes are held out for his recovery,
thrill of their lives when they cast according to army physicians and
their first ballot, according to the city specialists who are at his bedside.
clerk. Smith has been a cadet at West
Point since Nov. 1, 1918. He was a
5,737 Students Enrolled in 1915 member of the Phi Ganma Delta fra-
The total enrollment in all the col- ternity here, it was not known
leges of the University in 1915 was yesterday when Secretary Smith will
5,737 students, an increase of 494 over return from West Point, where he has
the year before. been since the first of the week.
rb'.- .d

Phone 2700
At your sci vice day and night
Price 5
Special rates on parties, etc.
INDEPENDENT TAXI ,0.

Service Table d'Hote

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FIX UP THE OLD ROOM
EYE SHADES MAKE WORK EASIER
PENNANTS ANO WALL BANNERS MAKE YOUR ROOM INVITING

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ST ERNO ..STOVE
Very conynient for preparing quick Iuncheons
qnd for instant cooking or heating

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Typgwriing
Bookkeeping

SqlidIfled glcohgl is used

It is safe and clean

Priced at 65o up

SPEAKING

OF INSURANCE

The best insurance is the insurance that you
will be healthy and live long.
Why not tack on a few years by eating at
the CAFETERIA where you can select food
adapted to your needy from a great variety
properly prepared from the best material,
A fine Line of Spring Millinery
is nokv being displayed at the Parlors of
STEVENS PERSHING, 618 PackardI

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200-204 East Liberty Street

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College
State and WillgrnA Stp.
DETROIT UNITE) LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arboi and Jgcksas
(October 27, 1910)
(Eastern Standard Timb)
Detroit Limited and Express Cgvs-7:io s.
tn., and hourly to g : .o p. in.
Jackson Limited and Express CGrs-8 48
a. in., and every hour to 940 p. n. (E.
presses. make local stops west Pf Auin Arbon,)
Local Cars East Boun4-6:qo a. i., 4
every two hours to 9:o5 p. ip.,}q :5p p. i.
To Ypsii4nti only, 1:4 P. iM.. "I:zp g. M-
1:1P a. m., and to Saline, chapge at Ypsilgnti.
Local Cars Went Boun4-7 :48, 4. rMs, f
12:29 a. nt.
WAI.KING LOO
open from 11:30 a. m. to 12:00fp. V.
Phone 16208-1;

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Have You

Learned

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Ann Arbor

W HEN you buy a pipe bearing the
W D C trade-mark, you have the
satisfaction of knowing that your money
could not have bought a better pipe. The
W D C is strictly American made. You can
choose among a multitude of styles, sizes and
grades at the best shops-$6 down to 75 cents.
WM. DEMUTH & CO., New York
World's Largest Pipe Manufacturer#
' FRApE NAK

that the sitisfadory place to et
your Kodak finishing done is
here?
More people are learning it
every day

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TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the 4ccpunt bh ge
or small.
Theo Ann Arbor Savings Bank
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Capital and Surplus, $550,000.00
Resources..........49 ,40.00
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flow, a delight to the eye, from the rich
brown of the genuine French Briar bowl,
through the sterling sheen of the ring, to
the yet black lustre of the vulcanite bit.

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