THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY
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UNIVERSITY OF MICIGAN'
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larence Roeser-...........Managing Editor
L. C. L. Jackson................City Editor
[arry M. Carey.............News Editor
ruce Millar ...............Telegraph Editor
Milton Marx..............Associate Editor
)avid B. Landis......... .S.port Editor
Marguerite Clark...........Women's Editor
lartha Guernsey............Women's Editor
harles R. Osius, Jr...........State Editor
lark K. Ehlbert............Efficiency Editor
uth Dailey................Exchange Editor
dgar L,. Rice Henry O'Brien
oseph A. Bernstein Renaud Sherwood
aul G. Weber h . D. Flintermann
Paul A. Shin man,
'hilip Ringer Mary D. Lane
Largaret Christie E Ldna Apel
larie Crozier Irene Ellis
[erbert R. Slusser J. P. Hart
Carltoii V. Wells
arold Makinson.........Business Manpger
Music led by chorus choir
conducted by Prof. Earl Moore
Sermon by Lloyd C. Douglas
A Sermon to Students
"South American Problems"
Messrs. Lopez and Bancis
Antony and Cleopatra
I am dying, Egypt, dying!
Ebbs the crimson life blood fast,
And the dark Plutonian shadows
Gather on the evening blast;
, Let thy arm, 0 Queen, enfold me,
Hush they sobs and bow thine-ear,
Listen to the great heart secrets
Thou, and thou alone, must hear.
I am dying Egypt, dying!
Hark! The insulting foeman's cry;
They are coming--quick my falchion
Let me front them ere I die.
Ah, no more amid the battle
Shall my heart exulting swell;
Isis and Osiris guard thee-
-W. H. LYTLE.
Haven't you felt that way, too?
While the Senior Engineer was
fording the campus yesterday he ask-
us. if it was Caesar who crossed the
The Rolling Pin Will Gather no Moss.
Under the roof of Barbour gym
See the co-ed stand,
The muscles of her brawny arm
Draped by an honor band.
You see she got 'em by shoving open
the heavy doors of the New Science
building. Why not make athletic hon-
or points a pre-requisite for the
course in Domestic Relations.
Huron Street below State
John Mason Wells
"Preparation for Christianityi
6:30 P. M.
Guild Meeting, led by '
You are invited to make this
your Church home.
S ONDT E XT BOO KS
NEW AND SECOND HAND
AND ENGINEER'S SUPPLIES
I DR10:30 o'clock
DR, J, FRANKLIN KNOTT of Boston
Student's Bible Classes
Social Hour and
gees L. Abele...A. sst. Business
rl H. Cress.....:.Asst. Business
Grand A. Gaines,. ..Asst. Business'
'. M. LeFevre.... Asst. Business
'. A. Leitzinger...Asst. Business
onald M Major.Asst. Business
onnell R. Schoffner. .Asst. Business
The Little Proteetor of the Poor
I was lonely, very lonely
And the night was dark and dreary.
I was longing for my room mate,
His melodious voice so clear,
When a knock resounded loudly
From outside my chamber door,
"looray," I cried, "Some company,"
To make my lot less sore.
"Come in, come In, I'm out o' luck,"
I invited to the guest.
"Any clothesttonight for Smuck?"
Well-you figure out the rest.
A Survival Meeting
lle-"Why do' they call it a mixer?"
She-"It's usually such a tear-
Our Daily Novelette
Bassanio sprinkled his brow with a
bit of lavender water. Ha. Locol col-
or. With a royal sweep of his hand
(three queens and a pair of deuces)
he ordered the gondola parked beside
the hydrant in front of the royal pal-
ace of Shylock. Ha. Broke again.
Shylock was in his office ragging
the scales with a suprano voice of
high interest. (Awful, we'll admit it).
Three thousand ducats swam in the
canal below. Tulip Time in Holland.
"You called me fish on Friday last-
you," Shylock stopped. Who would-
"Shylock, I am here for a small
loan. Just twenty-five dollars. You
see I have to take a guest out to din-
ner," the noble Venetian purled.
"In love again?" asked the Merch-
ant of Venus. "Chorus friend?"
"Sir, you forget that I am married.
Didn't you read the last act? Portia,
my wife, is going to be my guest."
"Simple, simple, just your wife.
Here's fifteen cents."
The famous ath-lete arrive via the
Young People's Meeting
Miss Ellen Moore, '12 of Detroit
Bishop Thomas Nicholson
,THE CHURCH IN THE LIFE OF
Here's hoping you have a fine New Year.-Sheehan
Grand Trunk line.
Famous (losing Lines
lope you enjoyed your early break-
The Washington day number of the
Daily Cardinal, published by the stu-
dents of the University of Wisconsin,
will ,be put out by women members
of the journalist sorority at that uni-
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Mark B. Covell
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1919.
Issue Editor-Paul A. Shinkman
KEEP ON KEEPING FIT
-Military training has caused a great,
.eal of attention to be paid to the
hysical condition of the body. Keep-
ng fit was the wat'chword that made
xercise a pleasure and a delight. One;
f the greatest benefits that he sold-
er received from his training was
earning how to take care of his,
Now that the men are returning
rom service, the tendency is to for-
:et the exercise and the care of the
ody. They feel like the football man
eels after the last game of the sea-
on. He thinks that he deserves a
est, and he would like to loaf until
he dext season comes around. But
e doesn't. He knows that if he did,
t would take too much training to get
im in shape again.
The men who have returned from
ervice have an excellent foundation
poni which to build their future
ealth. They should lose no opport-
nity of keeping themselves fit.
To the college men who have come
,ack there is the too-little-appreciat-
d gymnasium, which is only tooglad
o welcome them. The gym is not
ised as much as it should be by up-
erclassmen. Let's remember that a
.ealthy body means a healthy mind.
Let's keep on keeping fit.
VHEN THE GRADES COME OUT
The grades are out. Those of us
vho worked hard are heaving sighs
f satisfaction. Those who didn't are
eaving another kind.
Life in college is a forerunner of
that life in the world will be. Every
low and again comes the checking
p, the valuation, the physical esti-
aate of what we have done.
Some of us do not care what marks
o get; others take a great interest
n them. But whether we care or not,
he marks keep coming. We can
tever get away from them-in college
r in life.
The Germans are now admitting
hat they made a mistake in 1871. Our
;uess is that it won't take them that
ong to admit the one they made in
Some of the fellows are complain-
ng that they didn't get overseas.
Well,, we just got our marks and we
The grippe epidemic is moving to-
Grain Brings Kick to Near Beer
"Near beer" of the future will con-
ain a little "kick" at least, now that
the restrictions on'the use of grain in
ts manufacture have been removed.
The proclamation was signed by
President Wilson and Secretary Lan-
rin' several weeks ago but only be-
YOUR SPRING SUIT
will be carefully tailoredr of the new
New Viodels Distinctly our own
GOLF SUITS RIDING BREECHES
D. E. GRENNAN
THE CUSTOM TAILOR Same Location
At your service day and night
Special rates on parties, etc.
INDEPENDENT TAXI CO.
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electrician. He made the ark light on
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DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arboi and Jackson
(October 27, 1918)
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit timited and Express Cars-7: o a.
m., and hourly to 9:1o p. m.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-8:48
a. m., and every hour to 9:48 p. n. (Fx.
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:oo a. m., and
every two hours to 9:05 p. m., I0:50 p. m.
To Ypsilanti only, It:45 p. m., 12:20 a. m.
1::o a. i., and to Saline, changeat Ypsilanti
Local Cars West Bound-7:48 a. r.. to
12:20 a. M.
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606 East Liberty Street Ann Arbor, Mich.
We have a world of fine
woolens bought when they
were absolutely good 'and rea-
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Open from 11:30 a. m. to 12:00 p. m.
sonable in price.
314 8. State St.
We will be glad to reserve
your selection if you are not
ready to have it made up at
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
The AnnArbor Savings Bank
Capital.and Surplus, $550,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North University Ave.
Sunday Evening Lunch
0. D. MORRIL L
Typewriters ! _
Has moved to
Nickels Arcade Pher,e 1718
106 E Huron St.
Opp. Court House
Open from 9 a. m. unil 12 p. m.