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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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OPEfICIAb NEWS'APERt Ai'TH
UNIVRSVY OF MICI-IIGAN
Published every morning except Monday
.uring the university year by the Board in
Control of Student Publications.
MlEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED P RSS
The Associated Press is exciusively entitled
to the, use for republcation of all news dis-
patches credited to it or not otnerwise credited
in thispaper and also the local news pub-
lished herein.
Entered at the postofflce at Ann Arbor,
Aichigan, as second class matter.
Subscriptions by carrier or mail, $3.50.
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building.
Phones: Business, 960; ditorial, 2414.
Communications not to exceed Sos words,
signed, the signature not necessarily to ap-
pear in print, but as an evidence of faith, and
notices of events will be publish d to The
Gaily at the discretion of the d Lr, if left
at or mailed to the ofice.
Unsigned communications will receive no
consideration. No manuscript will be re
turned unless the writer iucJkse postage.
The Daily des nt neessa ily endorse the
sentiments expressed in the communications.
EDITORIAL STAFF
Clarence Roeser ...........Managing Editor
[. C. L. Jackson...............City Editor
Harry M. Carey..... ..........News Editor
Bruce Millar. ... .. Telegraph Editor
Milton Marx...............Associate Editor
David B. Lrandis...... ......... Sport Editor
Marguerite Clark...........Women's Editor
Martha Guernsey...........Women's Editor
Charles R. Osius, Jr.............State Editor
Mark K. Ehlbert............Efficiency Editor
Ruth Dailey ..............Exchange Editor
p ~ISSUE IEDITORS
Edtgar L. Rice T Ienry O'Brien
Joseph A. Bernstein Renaud Sherwood
Paul G. Weber E. D. Flintermann
Paul A. Shinkman
REI'ORTI' 1(
Philip Ringer Mary D. Lane
Margaret Christie Edna Apel
Marie Crozier Irene Ellis
Herb04-12.. lusser J. P. Hart
Carlton F. Wells
BUSINESS STAFF
Harold Makinson.........Business Manager
Agnes L. Abele...... Asst. Business Manager
LeGraind A. Gaines. . .Asst. BusinessManager
Win. M. beFvre... .Asst. Business Manager
Win.A. eitinge'. . .Asst. Business Manager
Donald M. Major... .Asst. Business Mlanag r
Donnell R.. Schoiner..Asst. Busness Manager
SPNIOR STAF
Mark B . Covell
JUNIOR STAFF
George A. Cadwuell R. A. Sullivan
Edward Prichs, Jr. Henry Whiting II
Curt P. Schneider
FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1919.
STUDENTS AND STUDENT
ACTIVITIES
It has been said that the student
activities are not run by students in
the true sense of the word. If one is
a student in a university, he should
devote his time to study. That is what
he has come for and he ought not
have any time to spare for outside
work.
This is all very well, We do come
to college to learn and to study. We
hope to fit ourselves for our future,
and we think that college will give us
a good founadtion.
But study is not everything. All
learning is niot in books, and if a col-
lege man received nothing but a
bookish education he would find, upon
going out into the world, that regard-
jng certan matters he was at the hot-
tom, of 'the ladder.
It is .the friendships a man cultiv-
ates in college, it is the active interest
he takes in one enterprise or another,
some activity, that will count jtst as
much towards his future.
Of coure one may go too far and
participate in too many activities to
the detriment of his studies. Ex-
tremes are never good. But of two
students, one who does nothing but
study, and one who does not study
quite so much but has an outside
interest, the best chances are for the
latter.
Be a student first, but take part in
some activity, too.,

CERCLE FRANCAIS PLAY
TO BE LIGHT COMEDY
CAST TRYOUTS TO BE HELD THIS
WEEK; FRENCH SPEAKING
STUDENTS ELIGIBLE
"Nos Intimes," by Victoriten Sardou,
is the play which has been chosen by
the Cercle Francais to be produced
April 26 in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
The plot is a light comedy of a
Monsieur Caussade who takes every
acquaintance as an intimate friend
and confides his secrets to them. Dr.
Tholosan acts as intermediary for his
amiable friend and the many dilemmas
in which he finds himself. An amusing
love story runs through the farce, al-
lowing plenty of opportunity for good
acting.

A list of classes in swimming is
posted in Barbour gymnasium. Eight
members are allowed to a class. Girls
may register by signing the schedule
posted in Barbour gymnasium.
A meeting of all University women
interested in social service work at
the Homoeopathic hospital will be
held at 3 o'clock this afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium. Mrs. H. S. Mal-
lory, social serivce director at the
Homoeopathic hospital, will address
the meeting.
The Womens' league will give a
party at 4 o'clock this afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium. "Neighbors," by
Zona Gale will be given by Masques.
FURNITURE COMPANY RECEIVES
CONTRACT FOR TOTAL OUTPUT
Another boom in the city's manu-
facturing progress was reported
Thursday when the Ann Arbor Furni-
ture company accepted a contract to
supply a large retail house with their
entire output of "Baby Grand" com-
bination high chair and rocker for
an indefinite period of time.
The, local factory at present can
turn out 100 chairs a day but plans
for the enlargement of the factory are
already under way.
You will :,ways flnd satistactilon by
adveritsing in the Daily. --Adv.

Boost Michigan
Says Newarkers

THE "STANDARD Stands Alone

When purchasing a

New Jersey
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City Students Plan
More Students to
Ann Arbor

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Loose Leaf Note Book

Feeling among a number of stu-
dents from Newark, N. J., that a per-
manent organization for bringing,
more Newarkers to Michigan is need-
ed has crystallized'in the determina-
tion to form such a permanent group.
To unite all students on the campus
hailing from the eastern city in the
furtherance of this aim a meeting has
been called for 7 o'clock Saturday
evening, March 8, in Lane hall. All
Michigan students, natives of that
city, are urged to be there to help
keep up the slogan that "Newark
Knows How."
1161 SCHOOL TO DEBATE
WITH LANSING FRIDAY
"Minimum Wage" will be the sub-
ject to be debated tonight by the Ann'
Arbor high school team and a trio
from Lansing high school. The con-
test will be held at 7:15 o'clock in
Pattengill auditorium of the school.
Mr. J. E. Thornton, Instructor of Eng-
lish in the University, has been coach-
ing the local team.
Ann Arbor's negative team is de-'
bating the same issue at Lansing with
the affirmative team of that school.}
Advertise in The Daily.-Ady.

dqyn't stop short of the

"Standard"-- It positively has no equal-Ail sizes,

and everyone guaranteed.

WAH

UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE

The Guillotine

Many a Slip Twixt Cup and Lip
While trying to dodge a petty
young woman who acted as if she in-
tended to kiss him, Editor Linstrom
fell over a barrel of salt on the Lang-
don depot platform and then Lind-
strom discovered that the young lady
had her eye on another man all the
while.-Bismark (N. D.) Tribune.
"Illinois Nine Seeks Practice Dates."
- Chicago Tribune. Now' s your
chance, girls.
(I)on't Read This)
John-"I am continually in a state
of fear."
Hennery-"Dew tell."
John-"Yes, even my collars are
frayed when they come back from the
laundry."
(We Warned You)
Dear Louis XVI:-
"Could you call Doc May a crack
shot with the hyperdermic needle?"
JEAN PAUL MARAT.
Just for Me
Keels have spurned the rolling wave
Just for me.
Steam has been a willing slave
Just for me.
Many mighty works of man;
Triumphs of this earthly span,
Outcomes of some spledid plan,
All have done the best they can,
Just for me.
Gods and men have bow'd their knee
Just for me.
They have vanquished land And sea,
Just for'me.
They have shackled nature fast,
Used the glories of the past,
Called upon resources vast,
Made the earth a slave at last,
Just for me.
For across the world has flown
Just for me.
Words, dear-written, yes, I own
Just for me.
All the good of every age
Smiling made itself my page
Bringing me a letter sage
Touched with friendship's gentle gage,
Just for me. J.
We are deeply appreciative of the
above contribution by a member of the
Daily staff. It makes work a little
easier "just for me."
The Senior Engineer wanted to know
if the Pied Piper of Hamlin was a
drunken plumber.
Miss Polar Beara who danceth up-
on a nickle without touching the date
will be seen in actiQn at the Majestic
this evening. Come and bring the
family.:
Those Awful Bolsheviki
The Bolsheviki platform calls for
the abolition of soap, barber' shops,
rich men and the law of cause and
effect. Bolsheviki orators are noted
upon being ambidexterous, that is,
they are able to gesticulate with one
hand and act real cootie with the
other.
Just low
"Shoes Shined Inside."-Main street
window ad.

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For Traveling nywhere 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
Farmers & Mechanics Bank
101-105 V. Main 330 S. State St.
(Nickels Areade)

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MICHIGAN TAILORING COMPANY
901 N. University Ave. Cor. N. Univ, and Ingalls, Opposite Hill Auditorium
SPRING AND SUMMER SUITS
$18 to $50' Goods nolv on display
LADIES' DEPARTMENT
entire second floor for Dressmaking and Fine Tailoring. A Solution
for cleaning Fur Coats of the best quality at a reasonable price. Try
this new oderless solution for taking the SHINE out of your suits.
As a trial we will only charge you half price. Guaranteed by one of
the leading firms of Chicago, Ill. We will call for your goods over
Phone 2734-W.
We buy your discarded suits
Cleaning and Pressing at reasonable prices
Open 7:30 a. m. to 9 p. m.
W, L, SLEDGE, Proprietor

The World War and Its
Consequences
VV WILLIAM HERBERT HOBBS
Charles W. Graham
$uccessor to Sheehan & Co

See the ~4gt rribals in Spring AilinOery
I. the Parlors ofI

ST EVENS PERSHING,

618 PACKARD,
NEAR STATE.

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Plaid Worsted Skirts for
Campus Wear

TANCING
At the Packard Academy every
Mondiay and Thi rsday 8 tq 10 P. M.
Also private instruction in ,the latest
steps. Phone 185Q-F-1.-Adv.
Shorthand
Typew rtin
Bookkeeping
Hamilton Business
College
State and'William Ste.
DETROIT UNITED LINE$
Between Detroit, Ann Arboi and Jacksop
(Qctober 27, 1 )
(Eastern Standard Tim)
Ietroit Limited and Express Cjs-7:#o q.
i., and hourly to q:mo p. ,.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-$:.$
a. m., and every h0or. to 9:4$ p. I.
presses make local stops west of Anp Arbor)
S 41 i C;- s Eat Botrnd-O:0o o. fl., eg
every two souks to q:cs p. r., TP:jP p. M.
To Ypsilanti only, 11 :45 p. m., 42:2p a. sr}.
i:io a. m., and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti
SLocalCars West B -ound-? :48a. rh.. V
12:20 a.n.-
AI KING LO N
Open from 11.30 a. m. to 12: Q p. m.

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much in

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THOSE CLASS DUES
A little boy was sent by his mother
to mail some letters. When he re-
turned, he gave her ,the money she
had given him with which to buy the
stamps.
"But ' where did you get the
stamps?" she asked.
"Well," replied the youngster, "I
watched my chance and when no one
was looking I slipped the. letters in
the box without any stamps.''
The same logic is used by a great
many students in the matter of' their
class dues. They think that as long
as no one gets after them for not pay-
ing, there is no use of paying.
But the stamp wil have to be put
on the letter anyway, and the dues
have to be paid before graduation.
Not paying them year by year merely
postpones the time for settlement.
Your class needs the money. Pay
up.
Historians will probably entitle
the chapter dealing with the contro-
versy between the Irish and Lloyd
George, "Bricks and Brains."
The Spartacans leave attaked U.
S. newspaper correspondents. Per-
haps they believe in the pen-is-might-

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Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $550,000.00
Resources.........$4,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North University Ave.

heaven Will Protect a Working Girl
Now Mary was an authoress
Who had a lot of cheek,
She needed local color
Which she went out to seek.
She went down to Calkins'
And now her face 'tis said-
Tho' not her literary stuff
If very often red.
Famous Closing Lines
"Thank heaven, all my daily work
is ore," said the miner as he climbed
out of the shaft.
LOIS XV.

These new skirts, with their straight, sli1nes, 4td youthful styles, will
appeal to the college woman as being a4mir {ly a 44pted tq her nee4for a
smart separate skirt for schoo1 Wear.
The fact that most of these skirts are r.tier n,.rrow .t the hem dogs pot at
all prevent the clever use of box pleats in their s ylixg. evera nodels
button straight down the back, and are discreetly slit 4t (he heg.
Pockets which show unusual originality on the part of their designers, are
features of nearly every skirt, while bound buttonholes, and farge buttons
add good style to not a few skirts,

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