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WEAR UNIFOMAT J1-HOP?
MILITARY DRESS WOULD MEAN
LESS EXPENSE WITHOUT DE-
TRACTING FROM HOP.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Again the uniform! This time it is
a question of the uniform at the J-
Hop. Where does the committee in
charge stand with regard to this
matter? It is time for a decision
either for or against.
It has been argued that the uniform
would cheapen the Hop, but this on
the ground that a stand in favor of it
would lead to the resurrection of
every describable form of S. A. T. C.
or R. O. T. C. misfit. I do not be-
lieve that this would be the case.
Any man who holds the smallest par-
ticle of respect for his companion of
the evening would hesitate long be-
fore asking her with intention of ap-
pearing in one of these.
But how about the reserve officers?
Many of them have been put to an
unusual expense in the purchase of
those uniforms. Some of them are
such recent acquisitions that the own-
er is still financially affected by the
outlay. Such men are prevented from
attending the Hop on this very ac-
count. But no one will deny that a
man in officers' uniform presents as
dressy an appearance as one in a
dress suit. Would they cheapen the
Say, Young Fello'w'
"'Mutt 8 jeffI"
7:30 P. M.
Series of Sermons by
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don't stop short of the
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or ("The Protestant)
"Standard"-- It positively has no equal--Alsizes,
and everyone guaranteed.
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SATURDAY, MARCH 22, .1919.
Issue Editor-Paul G. Weber
DO YOU KNOW MICHIGAN?
Spring'vacation will soon be here,
and for a week the campus will be
deserted in favor of home. Michigan
men and women will spread the gospel
of Michigan wherever they go, wheth-
er they are conscious of it or not.
And their families and friends will
judge Michigan by the actions and
words of the returned students.
There are many ways of advertising
a uilversity. There is the way of the
braggart, who tells of his good times
and the long hours he does not spend
in studying. This kind of advertising
does more harm than good
There is the kind of advertising that
is done by the earnestdhard'-working
student. He does not have to talk
much, his manner apd actions speak-
ing for themselves. A quiet, well-
mannered appearance can do more
to advertise the University than
volumes of the wrong kind of talk.
How many students are well enough
posted on their University to talk in-
telligently about it when asked by
outsiders? If someone were to ask
how many women students attended
Michigan, or .who were some of the
more noted professors, or what has
the University especially to recom-
mend it to the prospective student,
how many could give illuminative ans-
The best kind of advertising is the
word of mouth kind. The right kind
of advertising will gain more students
for Michigan. Post yourself on facts
concerning your University, so that
when you are asked questions by the
folks back home, you will be able to
give them satisfactory and convinc-
MAYBE YOU WILL-
Maybe you will, but maybe you
won't-let your books accumulate
with dust until the. first of June, when
the blue book period commences.
Maybe you will, but maybe you
won't-break your resolution to get
caught up in your school work during
Maybe you will, but maybe you
won't-write that thesis this month
instead of waiting until next.
But you will-have to wake up to
the fact that the semester is almost
half over, and you must get down to
d work pretty soon.
A year ago the Germans began their
drive towards Paris. Owing to a slight
hitch in the arrangement, however,
they have returned home.
(As Kipling would have written it aft-
er being carried around the coun-
try by 24 of them.)
Tho' I quipped you and I flayed you
Cuz from classic paths they strayed
There's a bit of consolation for it got
beneath your skin.
Today the Senior Engineer asked if
the highway back to Ann Arbor was
the Colossus of Rhodes.
The second preliminary apparatus
meet will be held at 4:50 o'clock Mon-
day afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
Those girls who did not finish up their
work Wednesday afternoon should do
so atbthis time. Preliminariesawill
also be held at 4:50 Tuesday after-
noon in Barbour gymnasium.
Professor R. W. Cowden and Mrs.
Cowden will cdiaperone at the Union
Pledges made to theChinese fund
of the Y. W. C. A. are due. They should
be paid to Miss Huldah Bancroft, in
Tickets for the Junior Girls' play
may be purchased at Dean Myra B.
Jordan's office in Barbour gymnas-
RABBI TO LECTURE SUNI)AY
BEFORE MENORAH SOCIETY
Rabbi A. M. Hirshman, of Detroit,
will address the Michigan Menorah
society at 8 o'clock Sunday evening,
March 23, in Lane hall. This will be
the first lecture of the semester on
the Menorah program and it will like-
wise be Dr. Hirshman's first appear-
ance in Ann Arbor.
The speaker is one of the best-
known and one of the most enthusi-
astic Zionist workers in the country,
and has chosen for his talk here the
subject, "Zionism-a'Liberation Move-
Rabbi Hirshman's address was pre-
viously announced for Sunday after-
noon, but Detroit engagements make
it impossible for him to be here be-
fore the evening.
The Snappiest Home-Made Drink
can be made from Pure Malt Ex-
tract and Hops. Manufacturer's
branch, 609 Packard St. Liberty
Beverage Co. Open evenings.
"The Next Step in Religion"
"The New Orthodoxy"
ItEVERiENJ) RICHARDS TO SPEAK
AT WESLEYAN GUILD SUNDAY
Rev. James A. Richards, pastor of
the Congregational church of Winnet-
ka, Ill., will be the speaker at the
fourth Wesleyan guild for the semes-
ter, to be held at 7:30 o'clock Sunday
night at the Methodist church. He
will speak on "The Religion of a Con-
Efforts are being made to have the
Reverend Richards conduct the week-
ly students' forum in Lane hall after
DANCE AT YPSI
This evening at the Masonic Temple
there will be a dance from 8:30 to
11:30. Music furnished by "Ike"
Fisher. One dollar per couple.-Adv.
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Everything the Best
Tuttle's Lunch Room
Across from Arcade
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Special Attention Given to Dinner Parties
Dont Fail to Visit Our New Lunch Room
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Charles W. Graham
Successor to Sheban Co.
Even as You and I
Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
I'm bolting classes
And so are you.
When I have fled
So, sad but true,
Marks will be read
And I will be blue.
Today at theParlors of
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Our Daily Novelette
He was tired.
He entered the barber shop and
steeled himself to the usual horrors.
He sat down in a chair and waited
for the usual cross examination but
the barber appeared civil and able to
engineer a calm silence.
The towel was'tucked about his neck
with maternal gentleness. The razor
was produced andheatightened his
muscles for the usual pull. None
came. Then he heard the honey tones
of the barber. "Is the razor sharp
"Go ahead with de battle, Casey,
don't mind me," he replied.
The hair cut was a revelation. No
'handfuls of hair were yanked out by
the roots. Instead he heard, "Are
the scissors sharp enough, sir?"
Was this a case of mistaken iden-
tity or what?
It was paradise. No boy pestered
him for a shine. Finally he arose to
his feet and his hat and coat were put
on. He , staggered to the mitror.
Something mrust be wrong. He didn't
feel right. Suddenly a thought tric-
kled into his brain. His hand crept
up to his collar and felt about. He
dropped the slide rule and fell dead.
HORRORS! THEY HAD FORGOT-
TEN TO SHAVE HIS NECK.
"Engaged to Four Women; All Sue."
-Cleveland Plain Dealer. Cupid must
have shot him with a machine gun.
The Divine Write of Woman
My roommate's sister is very nice,
She writes him sad letters so full of
Said he one day, "I don't mind being
But have a heart, sis, I cant' be miss-
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DETROIT UNITED LINE
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor fnd Ja kon
(October a7, a9p)
(Eastern Staudard Time)
Detroit Limited And Express Cars-i lie a.
mn., and hourly to 9g: o p. tn.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars--8:48
a. in., and every hour to 9:48 p. n. (Ex-
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6 :oo a. mn., and
every two hours to 9:05 p. in., 10:50 P. in.
'o Ypsilanti only, 11:45 P. in., 12:30 a. mn.
i:;o a. in., and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti
Local Cars West Bound-7:48 a. n., to
12:20 a. M.
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Open from 11:30 a. m. to 12:00 p. m.
314 S. State St.
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Famous Closing Lines
"After me the deluge," said Louis
AV I as the flood of humanity surged
Dean Maril to Lecture In Lane Hall
Prof. M. L. Ward, dean of the dental
school, will speak at 3 o'clock Sunday
afternoon in Lane hall on "Dentistry,
as a Profession." This lecture is the
third of a series of vocational lec-
tures under the auspices of the Uni-
versity Y. M. C. A. ;
Daily advertising is profitable.--Adv.
Courteous and s.tisfptq
TREATMENT to evfr- c- sqk-
er, whether the 4ccojint bp'inrp
The Ann Arbor 30inpDun
CapIt l aid Surplus, 0,000.0
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North University Ave.
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T y p e w r ite r s -'yp w it n
Has moved IR
Nickels Arcade moe. 1711
CLOTHIERS, FURNISHERS AND HATTERS SO. STATE ST. AT WILLIAM ST
we might add, sadder but wiser