nily for a quiet even-
t. Before introducing
et by chance leaning
legraph pole as your
r or your best friend
lications have been
h sgymany delicious and efficient
es as seem to be in vogue on the
us it is a question whether it
to "go into Detroit." But man is
satisfied. Even "Made in Amer-
s losing prestige.
e ferries to Windsor are crowded.
:he more adventurous tell stories
w $3 in Montreal has the'pur-
ng price of $15 or $20 per quart
(Valuable hint to a promoter.),-.
about an aeroplane route between
real And Ann Arbor?
mers Plan to Plant More Bleets
aa, Ohio, May 8.-Farmers in the
ern part of Ohio are planning to
more sugar beets this year and
vegetables, canners say. The
price of sugar, andthe fact that
require less labor are reasons
Last call for spring try-outs for the
P. B. K. team.
For the Benefit of Pressers
Dear Sir:-The high cost of liv-
ing and loving are indeed synony-
mous terms. Now that the Boule-
vard has opened for spring traffic, the,
tailors come out with a boost in
price for pressing suits. Ain't it
fierce? Bulging Knees.
Perhaps So, But Leap Year Comes in
Rather Handy for Some
A woman who has been :through
the divorce court three times says it
is easier to get a husband than it is'
to get rid of one.-News.
The match-making proclivities of the
charming Sheila form a great deal of
the plot interest of the novel, and it
is fate, instead of Sheila, which "inter-
venes" near the conclusion to upset
the girl's plans that she may realize
her great happiness.
The characters in "Sheila Inter-
venes" are drawn with that extreme
subtle touch which marks tVg author
as a master of character delineation,
and the style of the book shows the
author at the age of twenty-five, when
he wrote the book, almost the finished
master which he appears to be in his
been credited to him: "The Reluctant
Lover," 1912; "Sheila Intervenes,"
1913; "The Sixth Sense," 191*5; "Sonia,"
1917; "Ninety-Six Hours' Leave," 1917;
"Midas and Son," 1919, and "Sonia
Engineers Will Hold Convention
Chicago, May 8. - The American As-
sociation of Engineers will hold its
sixth annual convention in St. Louis
May 10 and 11. L. K. Sherman, presi-
dent of the U. S. Housing corporation,
Washington, is the sole nominee for
Has. Visited America Plan Training School for Preachers
Biographically, Stephen McKenna Columbus, O., May 8.-An interde-
was born February 27, 1888. His edu- nominational training school for rur-
cation was conducted at Westminster, al ministers, under auspices of the
and later at Christ Church, Oxford. Interchurch World Movement, will be
During the years of the war, he was a held at Defiance college, Defiance,
member of the Trade Intelligence De- O., July 5 to 24.
Do you believ
She read his palr
it right. He wan
road king - and
one. .See "Just a
'Are you, followin
this season? A sp
The Daily to print
(By Our Little Girl Reporter)
te senior swing-out took place last
rsday, and on this great occasion
d fellowship reigned suprenme. Tea
ms and soda halls were crowded
h happy throngs of girls and
a. Sleek, clear-eyed fellows, and
ty maidens with the bloom of
,th-in their cheeks, made merry till
chiimes struck 10.w 'Twas a gala
ht, and one which will long- begre-
nbered by the participants.
It Sure 'Twere But
Ike the gent who won the cham-
aship by drinking eight quarts of
o, we might stand and shout-
DON'T MEAN ANYTHING."
(tducator, Author, Authority or Muncilpal Pro-
gress and Civie Development) Speaks on
- e. "W H IS A PARTY"
MONDAY, MAY 10, 8 PM .
UNION ASSEMBLY ROOM
PLEASE USE NORTH ENTRANCE. ALL MEN
AND WOMEN INVITED
"Madam-All Is Secure"
He-Will you go to the theater
with One to-nite?
She-Have you secured the seat?
He-Oh, come now, you're not as
heavy as that.
- Somebody Lied
Waifles Ice Cream'
~0 030, 7?00. 8:30. 0:00
8 - Eugene O'Brien in
Wife's Money," with Larry
i i "Star Porter."
.Mon., 9, 10 - Earli Wil-
in "The Fortune Huter,"
comedy and Ford Weekly..
s., Wid., 11-12 - Vivian
in "Would You Forgive,"
Tilliam Duncan in "The Si-
venger," No. 5.
1~ L inic yourf
are SO INTERESTING-
. . .
with men. Under the spell of
relax, fagged brains are relieved.
nuine French briar breaks in sweet
t crack or burn through. The
bowl is your guarantee. Ask any -
& CO., NEW YORK
MAKER S OF FINE PIPES' _
Our Lady Milo Taking the Air-
Sirrah:-While on a canoeing -expe-
dition up the Huron last night, I saw
a 'bark heading my way, full steam
ahead. It was dark, and all I could
ascertain were two flickering cigarette
lights. When I came alongside one of
the butts disappeared, and I also ho-
ticed two passengers on the ship-a
girl and a fellow. Whaddaya make
of it? Skipper.
Brothers, Please Note!
The. Oasis chapter of the "Empty
Half-Pint Club" will meet tonight to
discuss ways and means.
7rings New ook
To United States
"Sheila Intei-venes" Listed at Latest
Work of Prominent English
(By Stewart T. Beach)
Admirers of the delightfully serene
style of Stephen McKenna will be
pleased to note that last month 'aw
the appearance, or to be more correct,
the reappdarance, of another book by
this well-known British 'author.
"Sheila Intervenes" is the name of
the latest addition to his successes
and, curiously enough, although it is
listed as the newestpiece of fiction to
come from his pen, the book had its
first publication in England in 1913,
but Mr. McKenna's increasing Ameri-
can popularity has warranted a second
edition of the book, which has all the
earmarks of having been revised and
touched up here and there to bring it
up to date.
In "Sheila Intervenes"it is almost a
reincarnation of Sonia which one finds,
yet Sheila is a heroine who, incorpo-
rating all of the delightful and rather
adorable qualities of that other charm-
ing English girl, is quite devoid of that
strenuous taste for the "bohemian"
which in "Sonia -Married" seems to'
quite destroy all of the finer and truer
qualities of the girl.
Fidelity to an abusedand maltreated
ancestry is the motif which Mr. Mc-
Kenna skillfully carries through the
pages of his story, an excellent vehicle
for the exploitation of subtle opinions,
the result, quite apparently of 1913
agitations, on the Irish question.
Denys Playfair 'is the leading figure
in the book, and it is with the shifting
sands of political campaigns that the
book deals, one of its chapters being
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