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r L. Rice*
h A. Bernstein
Hitchcock
Heth, Lee M. Woodruff
. . ..Renaud Sherwood
.'.*ohn I. Dakin
...Brewster Campbell
. .Robert C. Angel
.Marguerite Clark
ma, Thornton Sargent Jr.

APPRECIATION AND A HINT
It is indeed gratifying to note the change of policy
which has been taken by one of the two University
moving picture houses in discontinuing the running
of advertisements at all its shows. We reasonably
assume that this change has come about through the
liberal hints given out by the student body during
the past few weeks. This kind cpnsideration of stu-
dent desires has already had a marked effect on ,the
campus.
Of all people in the country to quickly acknowl-
edge points toward the betterment of entertain-
ment, college students usually lead. They are also
the last ones to be boisterously inconsiderate when
they think they 'are being treated fairly. Con-
' ersely, if they think they are getting the worst of
a bargain, fewer classes of people will rise to anger
more quickly than they. It is to be hoped that when
the other moving picture house realizes this fact,
it .xill, instead of increasing the number of ads, fol--
low the excellent example set it by its rivals.
CLASS ETIQUETTE
Has it ever come to your notice how negligent
students are as to their conduct in the class rooms?
That is, their general attitude toward things and
people around them?n
Perhaps you have been o'ne of the unfortunates
who sits in front of that student who invariably uses
the back of your coat for a foot-wiper; perhaps you
are one of the many who have been startled to hear
another in the class speak up and answer a question
which the instructor has asked you; perhaps you are
one of that infinite band who when trying to hear
.a lecture, or catch the assignment for the next day,
has been unable to do so because your nearby as-
sociates are discussing - in stage whispers - some
absolutely irrelev.ant and non-essential subject.. Per-
haps, on the other hand, you have been the offender
in any one, or all, Qf the above instances.
But no matter' whether the offended or the of-
fender, surely any fair minded person, when he
stops to think, will grant that such things should not
be permitted to continue.
ROMANCE OV PLAIN EVERY DAY;
- Every .day living is not necessarily the drab, dull
passage of hours anl days and weeks in the endless
cycle that goes endlessly and inexorably around. year
in and year out. No matter who the elan or woman
is, his or her living is filled with an interesting chain
of events and circumstances even though perhaps
they may appear on the surface to be uninteresting.
There is romance in every 'person's life. In some it,
is of the racy; red blooded sort, and in others it may
be quiet and unassuming like a tale of peaceful and'
blissful happenings. No man's life is just a grind or
just a monochrome because he has never done any-
thing spectacular.-Purdue Exponent.
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....PAUL E. CHOLETTE
A. Gaines, Mark B.. Covell
............Henry Whiting
.Edward Priehs
. Schneider, R. A. Sullivan

DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. 26, r9r9)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:o a,
m., and hourly to 9:o p. m.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-8:48
a. in., and every hour to 9:48 P. in. (Ex-
presses make local stopstwest of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:os a. in., 9:e5 a.
". and every two hours to 9:05 p. in., 10:50
o. m. To Ypsilanti only, : p. tin., :o
a. m.. and to Saline, change at Ypilanti.
Ypsilanti. ,
Local Cars West Boun4--7:4S a. in. and
.2:20 a. y
APRIL
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11 12 13 14 15 16 17
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Men-Hats are high; your last
season's hat cleaned and re-
blocked into this season's shape,
with a new band; 'will look like
new and save you five or ten
dollars. We do only high class
work. Factory Hat Store 617
Packard St. Phone 1792.
Asked A Random
"Do you tlink publicity should be
given to the various candidates for
positions In the All-catpus ele.
tdonsI"
George 1sAnderson, '20, Student
councilman: "Yes, I think this is a
mighty good move. A popular man,
one who has a smile and handshake
for everyone, usually gets all the of-
fices. Whereas an able'r man who has
spent more of his time in doing things,
is often overlooked from the mere
fact that he is unknown. Therefore
I am strongly in favor of The Daily
running non-partisan articles telling
the school at large every candidate's
previous experience."
Robert Cook;, '20E, Varsity track
athlete: "This seems' to be a good
idea. Most students have in the past
voted for he ones they happened to
know, thu? the results often turned
out by chance. After all the only rea-
son for voting for any one candidate
for a particular office is that we think
h.im capable. If a short summary of
what each one has done is published
just before elections, a- better result
can be anticfbated."
Karl H. Velde, '20, Student council-
man: "No, I don't think this is a good
idea. It has come up before the Stu-
dent council and it practically decid-
ed that there is always the question
as to wpo will write the articles con-
cerning the 'candidates. Then the
question of egotism is involved. I
doubt if any self respecting candidate
would want anything printed about
him."
David A. Forbes, '22L, member of
the Athletic board: 'Yes, I think
this is a very good idea. rt has nev-
er been don before; the result always
was that half the campus didn't know
who it was voting for. If The Daily
states in an impartial way what each
man has done on the campus, the solu-
tion of .faulty elections is easily seen."
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35c
EXTRA FINE--45c
Open 11 A. X. to 1 A. N.

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"Your little book contains what every man and'woman
,should know, and what every child should
be taught."
Loren C. Guild, M. P., Rockzwood, Onl.
"Memory and Concentration!' (a new booklet) is referred to. He has
age and experience toe guide his statement. A good memory is essential to
all endeavor, a fundamental of all education. These kindergarten exercises
in mental picturing aidmeimori ing, concentration, alertness, keen attention;
they are recreative', induce ment-al clarity and aid other study.
Students' Edition, Goc, at all bookstores.
Or by mail with type-written letter of instruction, ,.
The-Education Courses, Box 98, Ann Arbor.

ctions there was
our political ma-
certain changes,
ility of any stu-
he student body,
done to remedy
ave renewed in-
ics, the question
s a genuine rem-'

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The *Telescope

Page the Bird Who Tries to Beautify the Campus
by Tramping Out the Grass
Bold reformers have we now
Who give the campus fine speeches,
We only wish that each of them
Would practice what he preaches.

of stu-
arantee

The Eternal Question

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lucted, a policy of
not apparent - is
SAny advertise-
h campus ptiblica-
ome reason. As a
t body must adopt
r fair one in vot-
r of ascertaining a
h the' obviously
m uncertain hear-
L power - there is
elligent opinion to
real deciding fac-
dship or fraternal
e it is convention-
idual good, stands
his qualities as a
ridiculous. Yet if
lidate proves inef-
me - the student
fairs it might al-
ie innocent victim
)vious remedy for
ts may acquire'ac-
as to the creden-

DORIS MAY
in
"WHAT'S 'YOUR HUSBAND DOING"
with
MACK SENNETT'S BATHING BEAUIES
-Ad in Detroit paper.
"You're a Better Man han I Am, Ghunga Din"
George Davis had a fight with himself last 'Thurs-
day and nearly killed his opponent with 'a mat-,
tock."-Ravenswood News.
Dear Noah: -
What is meant by the expression, "the intoxication
of wealth?" B. J.
From personal experience we would say that this
meant that money was awfully tight.
The Acme of Greenness
"My, isn't that a green spot there .on the cam-
pus . !"
"Do you mean that bare spot where those fellows
are cutting across? Why, there isn't anything green
at all on that spot."
"Thei-e isn't? Can you mention anything greener
than a bunch, of birds Nyho don't know any more
than to be tramping out the grass by cutting across
the campus."

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'advocated that nominees
ly columis their records
larship and in student ac-
her qualifications for of-
eeted this-suggestion: it
f candidates as represen-
,and reduce them to the
! As the future recipi-
honor do not deem it un-
lie as to *hat it is voting
tless, though interesting.
f Michigan politics is
the present state of af-

AModern Fairbanks
A poet once did voice the cry
That every time that you or I
Kiss a lass, we really plant the seed
Of nothing else, than love indeed.
If this 'be true, and I think it might,
It doesn't seem exactly right
That you or I should prefer
To be aught else than a gardener.'

A FEW
PRIVATE LESSONS
AT THE
SCHOOL OF DANCING
WITH EITHER
MISS JEANETTE KRUSZKA
or
PHILIP RAE MILLER, '23'
will prepare you for Spring
Activities
STUDIO:
514 E. William Street
Phone 1422-J

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Famous Closing Lines
"You tell 'ersI ain't got the nerve," said the false
tooth as it noticed the students cutting across the
campus. NOAH COUNT.

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