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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY,

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OfFICIAL NEWSPAPER AT THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Published every morning except Monday'
luringthe university yeartbysthe Board in
Control of Student .Publications.
vIEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Associated Press is exclusively entitled
to the use for'republication of all news dis-
patches credited to it or not otherwise credited
in this paper and also the local news pub
lishedherein.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
lIichigan, as second class matter.
Subscriptions by carrier or mail, $3.50.
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building.
Phones: Business, 960; Editorial, 2414.
Communications not to exceed o3. words,
. signed, the signature not necessarily to ap-
pear in print, but as an evidence of faith, and
uotices of events ┬░will. be published in The
Daily at the discretion of the Editor, if left
at or mailed tothe office..
Unsigned communications will receive no
consideration. No manuscript willbe re-
turned unless the writer incloses postage.
The Daily does not necessarily endorse the
sentiments expressed in the communications.
EDITORIAL STAFF
,larence Roeser..........Managing Editor
Hl. C. I. Jackson.............. City Editor
%ilarry M. Carey......... .News Editor
Bruce Millar...............Telegraph Editor
Milton Marx..............Associate Editor
'Thomas F. McAllister........eature Editor
David B. Landis............ .Sport Editor
Marguerite Clark..........Women's Editor
Martha Guernsey..........Women's Editor

The Guillotine

Kathleen Mavourneen
(As it would be written today.)
Kathleen Mavourneen the cold cream
is caking,
The horn of the heifer is herd on the
hill,
The ducks in the eave-trough a' sun
bath are taking,
Mavourneen, Mavourneen, why are you
still?
Chorus
K-K-K-K-Katie. Beautiful Katie.
You're the only 'modern woman who
e'er was still.
Generally speaking,
You'r generally speaking,
So I think perhaps with lockjaw you
are ill.
Second verse
Kathleen Mavourneen the wet hay I'm
raking,
The revenue collector he stalks on the
hill,
How did I know it was all nature
faking
And that you were silent 'cause you
ran a still.
Chorus
K-K-K-K-Katie. Beautiful Katie.
I adore you now that Michigan is dry.
When there is moonshine
Hid in the cow shed
I'll wait at the kitchen door until I
die.
The Senior Engineer asked us to-
day if Noah's ark was Maid of Orleans.

No consolation game will be played
Thursday afternoon in Barbour gym-
nasium as previously announced. The
game is postponed because of theS
medical banquet to be held Thursday
in Barbour gymnasim.

Baptist Guild
T sayquet
Thursday, March 20

THE "STANDARD Stands Alone

When purchasing a

Loose Leaf Note Book

don'tstop short of the

Orchestra

Solos

The Women's league will give
party at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon
Barbour gymnasium.

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

Eats Toasts
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and everyone guaranteed.

Tickets for the Junior Girls' play
hay be procured at Dean Myra B.
Jordan's desk in Barbour gymnasium.

Secure your tickets at
Lane Hall 50c

WAH R'S

UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE

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WAR COSTS 197 BILLIONS

endrick Kimball.......Guillotine
harles R. Osius, Jr......:...State
.ark K. Ehlbert.........Efficiencyti
ul A. Siinkman.........Dramatic
.th Dailey...............Exchange

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Editor
Editor

San Francisco, March 19. -
"The cost of the war in money
alone is $197,000,000,000, or $11,-
000,000,000 more than the total
property value of all of North
America," Secretary of War
Newton D. Baker, told a gather-
ing at the Commercial club here
today following his arrival with
Gen. Payton March, chief of
staff, to inspect army posts.
"The deaths from wounds in
battle numbered 7,300,000 and
the total deaths in all armies
reached 9,000,000," he said.
For service and results try a Daily
Want Ad.-Adv.

RAPID CLEANERS AND DYERS
Wanted a hundred suits to be dry
or steam cleaned for $1.00 per suit.
Bring your old clothes to the Rapid
Cleaners and Dyers and we will make
them look like new. Strictly hand
pressed. 601 East Liberty, Phone 1995-
J.-Adv.
Ray's "BETSY ROSS" Shop
The Fountain Room DeLuxe

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Students of theI

ISSUE EDITORS
erbert R. Slusser Paul G. Weber
naud Sherwood Edgar L. Rice
illiandiClarkson '. 1D. Flintermann
ugh W. Hitdhcock J. P. Hart
arie Crozier Muriel E. Bauman
Ina Apel Robert E. Swart
iomas H. Adams John E. McManis
chard B. Marshall C. Id. Murchison
ene Ellis Mary D. Lane
S.=Baxter
BUSINESS STAFF
rold Makinson.........Business Manager
Pnes L. Abele..~Asst. Business Manager
Grand A. Gaines ...Asst. Business Manager
m. M. -LeFevre. . .. Asst. Business~ Manager
m,. A. Leitzinger... .Asst.. Business' Manager
nald M. Major...,.Asst. Business Manager
'pnell R. Schoffner. .Asst. Business Manager
SENIOR STAFF
trk B. Covell E.dward PrieLs, Jr.
bert 1.. McKean Henry Whiting II
George A. Cadwell
JUNIOR STAFF
rt P. Schneider Isabelle Farnum
rold P. Lindsay Duane Miller
aynard A. Newton Geo. R. Strimbeck, Jr..
R. A. Sullivan

University of Michigan are cordially invited to
inspect our new lii of

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Witer Suits
and
Ov ercoats
Newest materials, newest models, newest colorings, an(:
lowest prices
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Hot Fudge Sundae
Not Chocolate

Whipped Cream Sodas
Supreme Matted Milks

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We Cater To Those Who Demand The Best

No. 9 NIckels Arcade

THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1919.
Issue Editor-Paul A. Shinkinan
A' MOLLY-CODDLE UNIVERSITY?
One of the Detroit papers has,'in
its society columns every Sunday, a
letter supposedly written by a co-ed
at Michigan to a friend in the metro-
polis. The letter purports to tell of
the activities of the University for
'the preceding week.
These activities, are extremely in-
teresting, according to the letter. They
include all the dances and other par-
ties that take place, and one would
conclude that life at Ann Arbor was
one social event after another. Among
the items mentioned recently was one
telling. of a tea served by a sorority
to "the campus boys."
This ise thesort of thing that the
people of the outside world read about
Michigan. Are they to assume that
our life here is a society one, that we
lead a butterfly existence?
Anyone familiar with college life
knows that the greater part of the
time is taken up with study. Yet in
one of the letters is found the state-
ment that among all the other activ-
ities one must also study, that study
takes up "so much" of one's time,
and makes one stay up late nights.
- The truth is that these events talk-
ed about in such great length and de-
tail by the aspiring society reporter
are but a small part of university life.
Michigan is composed largely of red-
blooded men and women, who are
studying and working to some pur-
pose. Society functions are but in-
cidental.
If there must be these descriptions
of college life in metropolitan news-
papers, at least let them be represent-
ative. What serious student, con-
tempfating attending a university,
would come to one that seems to have
its chief interests in dances and par-
ties, and calls its men students "cam-
pus boys?"
"Soldiers who have married or i-
tend to marry French or British gir
have brought back from Europe a
taste for antiques," says an exchange.
We forgive them the tasto,, but why
should they marry them?
Can you blame us for forgetting to
pay our income tax? It's such a little
item that it is difficult to remember.
Another passing that will take place
after July 1, will be that of the lit
laws.
Bullet pierces Trotzky's hat.-Head-1

Ye Daily said yesterday that "a mil-
lion and a half women in England are
going to be shy husbands." Just how,
we ask. If there are not enough men
to go around why doesn't some enter-
prising business concern .start up a
male order house.
The Pirates Song from Treasure
Island
(Modern version.)
Old Michigan is as dry as a bone,
Yo ho ho and a bottle, of milk!
Drink and the Devil are unknown,
Yo ho ho and a bottle of milk!
A Permanent Sparring Partner
"Willie Ritchie's sweetib said that
she would marry him if he knocked
out Denny Leonard. So Willie did the
sameeand won a fight and a home at
one blow."-Hectic Daily sport writer.
Willie would do well to quote John
Paul Jones and say, "I haven't begun
to fight."
Flickerings of Rural Life
(From the Clearfield, Pa.,
Independent.)
Martin Johnson, Clearfield's affable
shoeman and batchelor has returned
home from a business trip to Pitts-
burg. Mart says that the art of cam-
oufiage is well developed by the fair
sex in the city and offers a bit of ev-
idence to prove it. He attended a
cotillion in a public dance hall and
was attracted by a singularly good
and young looking lady. When Mart
had nerve enough to ask her for a
dance she told him she was married
and had two grandsons in the old
soldiers' home.

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Perpetuate With Pictures.
Uncle Sam perpetuated his war activities with Pictures.
Big Business perpetuates its developments with Pictures.
Families perpetuate their members with Pictures.
Why Not Perpetuate University Life
with Pictures
Why nothave a snap, or flashlight, of the "Bunch," the "Dance," or
the hundred and one other things that occur at "Michigan?" Nothing
tells the story like a Picture. They make delightful souvenirs that will
be cherished long after other things are forgotten.
You know, or if you don't ygu can find out for yourself, that Lyndon's
Flashlights and Groups are in a class by themselves. Many have tried and
are still trying but none have succeeded in approathing them in quality.
I am telling you this but don't take my word for it, be your own judge.
Now it's a simple thing to get these pictures; just call Lyndon, and he'll
get them, night or day.
Please get your or in before 8 P. M. for evening.
LYNDON, 719 N. University Ave.
79 Tel. 458F1, or F2

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Waterbury's
Hdndbook of Mathematics
for Engineers
Charles W. Graham
Successor to Sheehan & Co.

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Today at the Parlors of

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STEVENS & PERSHING, 618ARsTED
Another Special Display of Spring Mlilinery

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Clothes,
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Dollar. Day Bargains

"Make the Man"
-But a-
MARQUARDT SUIT
Certainly helps
We guarantee both woolens
and workmanship
See Us Today
"Art" Marquardt
Campus Tailor
608 B. Liberty

From the Merchant of Venice
(Modern version.)
The quality of his dancing is quite
strained.
He falleth as a gentle bolt from heaven
Upon the floor beneath.
He is thrice bruised-
He bruiseth those who also dance
and her who dances with him.
Our Daily Novelette
"Santa Marie," cried the queen of
Spain, "Little Alphonso has a stom-
ache ache."
"Help," cried the royal high cham-
berlain, "Send for the secretary of the
interior."

$1.25, $1.35 and $1.50 collars, vestees and collar and cuff sets, in satin, or-
gandie and Georgette crepe.
$1.00
Women, all linen hemstitched handkerchiefs with 1-4 in. hems. Regular 2oc
values
7 for $1.00
$1.50 tub waists of white voile in both plain and striped effects.
$1.00
$1.98 petticoats of sateen and cotton taffeta, in an excellent range of plain
shades, as well as a good assortment of flowered and striped effects.
$1.00

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(October 27, 1918)
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-7:io a.
tn., and hourly to 9:xo p. m.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-8:48
a. i., and every hourto 9:48 p. m. (Ex-
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:qo a. m., and
every two hours to 9:o5 p. m., I:so p. m,
Co Ypsilanti only, 1 1:45 P ,n., 2:2o a.m.
1:zo a. m., and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti
Local cars West Bound-7:48 a. n&., to
c2:2o a. m.
WAI KING LOO
Open from 11:30 a. m. to 12:00 p. m.
Phone 1620-R

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Women 'a

Famous Closing 'Lines
"Thirty love," said Joseph

$1.25 chamoisette gloves in white, black and colors.
$1.00
$r.5o silk-topped vests in pink and white.
$1.00

314 S. State St.

Ann Arbot

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Women's'

as he

served in Pharaoh's court.
-LOUIS XVI.
NO ST. PATRICK DAY SCRAP
WITH GREEN VERSUS YELLOW
An old Michigan tradition fell to
the ground Monday. For years It has
heen the St. Patrick's day custom of
the Fresh Medic Sons of Erin, dec-
orated with flaring green neckwear,
tE lie in wait in front of the Medical
building for any of their classmates
why will be bold enough to wear the
hated orange. Seldom did they wait
in vain, the wearers of the orange
arrived and the fight was on. Mon-
day proved the ex.-eption. St. Patrick's
day passed and the few wearers of
the orange mingled freely and peace-
fully with the many wearers of the
green.
Use the Dany to reach the students.
Four thousand students read it every

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All silk camisoles, formerly priced at $.25, $1.50 and $r.75,
$1,00

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

Women's pink

batiste gowns with hemstitched square neck and short sleeves.
$1.00

$. 150 leather purses
$100

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z c bath soap
10 bars for $1.00
85c Highland liden stationery
2 boxes for $1

O. D. MOWR ILL
Typewriters .#
Typewriting ...
Mimeographing
Has moved to
Nickels Arcade Photro1718
First Floor

as far as it got we wager. morning.-Adv.

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