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uring the Univer
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if signed, the sig-
as an evidence of
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ses postage.
te sentiments ex-
ived after 8 o'clock

not

newspaper .ornce r y this metnod we are certain
to find out all the good and bad points in every can-
didate. Some may be good athletes, and still very
poor executives. Others may prove good commit-
teemen, but very pooras leaders of an organization.
All these things must be taken into consideration
when voting for men who are to hold the most im-
portant positions on our campus.
If in the limited amount of time left before the
elections it were possible to become acquainted with
the candi4ates personally, there would be no need of
using round-about methods. However, since in
most cases personal contact is denied us, the next
best thing is to try to find out all that we can about
each candidate ,and when voting, cast our ballot for
the man whom we think in our own mind is the best
qualified for the position.
STAY WITH IT
From now on until'the close of the year, any
kind of study, concentration, or work becomes in-
creasingly difficult.
This everyone realizes and appreciates, and dimly,
in the back of our minds, all of us make a faint re-
solve not to succumb to the weather, and the attrac-
tions which it makes possible. But it is only a faint
resolve, and it gets pushed ignominiously and in-
gloriously into the background at the offer of
something more inviting than "Calc" or "c
But as the cowboy remarked, the last few min-
utes are the hardest, so stay with it, "pull leather if
you have to," but "ride her out." The sum total of
the year's accomplishments cannot be computed
without the record of the last few weeks," and re-
member the value of last impressions!,

TWO
STORES

BOTH ENDS OF THE DIAGONAL WALK

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"'Tis love that makes the world go round,".
How oft these words are spoke,
But the same phenomena is found
By drinking alcohol with "coke."
The Governing Impulse
Yirst stude-And just for a joke when I was out
with my co-ed friend last night. I told her that when
she laughed and showed that dimple I could hardly
resist the impulse to kiss her.
Second ditto (breathlessly)-And what'd she do?
First-She began to laugh hysterically.
Since Prohibition Went Into Effect
He-My, how sober you are tonight.
Stude-Yes, I'll admit I'm not at all my usual'
self.
Oh, Death, Where Is Thy Sting!
The dead man Clinard sprang forward, raising
as he did so his right hand, which was clutching
something in his overcoat pocket.
Raleigh News and Observer.

DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. 26, igig)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:ro a~
m., and hourly to q yo p. in.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-8:48
a. in., and every hour to 9p:48 p. M. (Ex-.
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:o5 a. m., 9:.5 a.
,,. and every two hours to 9:0 5P. ., 1o0:5
vi. tn. To Ypsilanti only, r : p. in.; 1:1o
a. mn.,and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Ypsilanti,
Local Cars West, Boune-7:48 a. m. and
2:20 a in
Asked At Random
"Do you think the track team should
be sent to the eastern intereollegi.
ates I"
Robert Cook, '20E, member of the
track team:' "I certainly think ' we
should since no good reason has been
advanced to the contrary. The alumni
in the East expect us to come just
as much as the alumni around here
do. There is certainly no harm in go-
ing and it is only fair to the men who
have worked hard all year."
Angus Goetz, '22M, captain of the
Varsity football team: "I would not
like to see the team go without John-
son as it would mean a crippled team.
If he is able to go, however, I, would
hate to see them stay here."-
Vernon Parks, '21, captain of the
Varsity' baseball team: "I am strong-
ly in favor of the team going if it can
get in shape so that the best men will
be able to 'go. In the team's present
condition, with Johnson and others
out, I would not be in favor of it for
it would not be truly representative
~of, .Michigan."
Ralph 0. Rychener, '22M, captain of
the Varsity ,basketball team: "I am
decidedly in favor of 'the team going
even if Johnson can not. The other
members of the team more than de-
serve this trip East, as no one has
worked harderathan they. Therefore,
if it is only as a reward for their
work, they should represent'us down
there."
ALPUA NU DEFEATS ADELPHI
DEBATERS IN CUP CONTEST
The Alpha Nu Debating society
defeated the Adelphi House of
Representatives by a vote of two
to one Wednesday evening in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall in a close
argument on compulsory arbitration
between capital and labor. This
makes the debating soeieties tie for
the Delta Sigma Rho cup, each soci-
ety having won three debates.
The members of the winning team
are Edward T. Ramsdell, '23, Ray-
Mond Lewis, '23, and Jess K. Brum-
baugh, '23. Ramsdell was the individ-
ual star of the debate.

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Dear Noah: -
My wife and I have quarreled because we cannot
agree on a name for our new baby boy. I want to
call him Benjamin and she wants to call him Fran-
cis or some other feminine sounding name. What,
would you suggest? Distracted Father.
Why not compromise and call him Ben-Hur.
Our Daily Novelette
On the sofa sat Vivian and Adelbert de Bunk.:
The shades of night had long since- ceased falling,
.and all was silent save for the ticking of Adelbert's
Ingersoll. Suddenly Vivian leaned over and whis-
pered something to Adelbert. At her words the color"
in his face slowly receded leaving it wan and
ghastly.
II
"Darling," he murmured hoarsely," well you
'you know that my love for you is as eternal as West
Hall itself. Full well, also, do you know that gladly
would I suffer anything if it would but bring one
iota of happiness into your life. But what you ask
of me exceeds the bounds of human expectation."
His shoulders heaved and harsh, choking sobs es-
caped through trembling, tightly-compressed lips..
At his words an intangible change seemed to have
come over the- woman's face. The soft lines of her.
visage seemed to harden, leaving her countenance
chill and immobile.
III
When she spoke it was in a voice of icy coldness.
"So you refuse to do this for me, Adelbert de
Bunk." The man cringed as though he had been
smitten across the face. Then as no sound came
from him she continued, "You prate to me ofyour,
eternal love and, in the~ same breath 'you deny me
this request." Still no response from the man and.
then in a high-pitched, hysterical voice she went on,
"Very well then - if - you won't take me to the.
ball games this spring and explain the game to me,
I'll marry one of the gatekeepers at Ferry field."
W, .K
Telling This One to the Indians Caused Many
an Uprising
Waiter-You remind me, -sir, of the way the In-
dians fight.
'Diner-How's that?
Waiter-You give no quarter.
Famous Closing Lines
"I'm footing one of your Bills," said the father as
'he kicked his daughter's friend, William, into the
street.
NOAH COUNT.

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-ANDIDATES' "POINTS"
the campaign for a more intel-
ian has been evidenced in' for-
ily has been publishing an un
work done on the campus by
i All-campus position. From
man's worth to student activ-
However, wherever possible,
it a point to learn something
he prospective office seeker.
man maylhave been at the
:ee on which a friend of ours.
't know that man personally
end and ask him. what he
ate's work on the committee?
lidate is a class president and
at all.class meetings; why not
en in that class just what le
nt' executive ability? And
r be on some athletic team, or
an; why not make an attempt
associated with him just how

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Buy what you need,-no more,--and bu
good dependable merchandise. This wi
reduce tie H. C. of L. more than any
thing else.
SPORT COATS
Flannel & Knitted Fabric
tWhite Flannel and Whip
cord Trousers
JUST THE THING FOl'
THOSE SPRING PARTIES
A Sport Coat and Extra Trousers will b
a splendid substitute for a suit and save yo
Forty or Fifty Dollars. i
TINKER & COMPANY
CLOTHAES, FURNISHINGS & HATS
So. State St. at William St,

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If is necessary to be
thoughtful buyer will
merits his confidence.

cautious-careful, and the
go to the merchant who
He will buy

HART, SCHAFFNER

We Offer Standardied Value
The cost of things today is based on a different
standard of values than formerly.
It is a difficult matter to determine the value of
any article today,

& MARX

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CLOTHES WITH A REPUTATION
for in doing so he knows that he is not taking any chances.

YOU CAN RELY UPON THIS STO

We do not claim to sell below cost or at pre-
war prices but we do claim to give you the ut-
most value for your money.

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WHAT MORE CAN ANY MAN WANT?
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HOME OF HART ,CHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES

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