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Monday during the Univer.
f Student Publications.
SOCIATED PRESS
sively entitled to ;the use for
credited to it or not :otherwise
news published therein.
n Arbor, Michigan, as second
sing, Maynard street.
al. 2414.
300 words, if signed, the sig.
i print, but as an evidence of
published in The Daily atthe
or mailed to The Daily office.
ve no consideration. No man-
writer inclosca postage.
y endorse the sentiments ex-

jr.

.......Managing ditor
,one 2414 or xox6
. .. .....Business Manager
one 96o or 2738

.........................News Editor
.... ....... ........ .City Editor
- - - - - - - - Sports--ditor
k. ...... omen's Editor
tein .................Telegraph 4ditor
EDITORIAL BOARD
n aharles R.' Osus, Jr.
nes, Jr.................. Advertising Manager
....Issue Manager'
.Office Manager
. .Publication Manager
r ..................Circulation Manager
". ."""... ......Subscription Manager
......... Music E~ditor
-L-iteraryEditor
.......... ...... xchange Editor
...... . .. . Campaign Editor
ISSUE EDITORS
t Jr. Thomas It. Adams Brewster Campbell
George Brophy John 1. Dakin
EDITORIAL STAFF
William H. Riley Ralph DuBois
Katrina Schprmerhorn Robert C. Angell
Joseph H. Surrell H. Hardy Heth
BUSINESS STAFF
Isabelle Farnum D. P. Joyce
Agnes Holmquist Robt. Somerville
Arthur L. Glazer
DNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1919.
ght Editor-Thomas H. Adams
ERSITY "RAiH RAH-ISM"
e most persistent of those misconcep-
the twentieth century university stu-
:ombat is that one so commonly sug-
word 'college."'
literature, art,and tie stage have, for
t, been so, successful in creating col-
heie" for their naive devotees that each.
essary to once more correct the gaudy
new men bring with them to the Uni-
se who come fresh from the outside
be taight that the university or col-
will, is not a.resort for the energetic
┬░is duty-bound. to contribute his share
ting the paternal fipances.
corners must learn that ours is not a
ise illumined by steins and bulldog
irresponsible college boys dash mer-
peg-top trousers, brilliant hosiery, and
s adorned with endless but most mys-
nia. Nor are our sole occupations
rds and rushing through the streets
heroes on our shoulders, waving ban-
uting college yells.
:ther 'characteristics of this mythical
he' colleges might be mentioned and
nized but they are already too well
quire enumeration. Suffice it to .say
uct of'this hallucination is not gener-.
o those who attend universities and
any chance become incarnate, he may
of a most unwelcome receptioa . at

and Trotzky ) for the purpose of creating "a new
society in the shell of the old." A society, in short,
where "proper" industrial conditions make govern-
ments unnecessary. Furthermore, the I. W. W.
and Russian Bolsheviks, according to Margolis,
were prime agitators in the steel strike which has
been the subject of endless national concern for
the past month.
In other words, these enlightened geniuses from
Russia and other parts of the world have taken upon
themselves the task of carrying out a new order
for the- benefit of us poor ignorants who grope
blindly in the dark. Indeed, they have coolly an-
nounced this intention to a group of our national
legislators. And \vhat finer example of the effi-
cacy of their doctrine does the world give us than
the Bolshevik government of Russia-a veritable
Utopia, some 6,o00,ooo,ooo. rubles in debt.
America has been careless in dealing with these
purveyors of disaster. She has tolerantly winked
an eye at the thrusts from fanatic f oreign visitors
with the inevitable result that they have found this
country perhaps the most fertile field in the world.
as well as a convenient haven in case of exile from
the places .of their birth.
Upon the supposition that students are the most
ready to take up a new cause without weighing its
merits, these perverts, have made special efforts to
reach that body. Ann Arbor, itself, has not been
passed by and we are occasionally asked to give a
hearing to the rant of one of their number. But it,
is a somewhat changed student body which, since
the war, exists in America. The preachers of Bol-
shevism and "radical syndicalism" will find that
they must produce a cleaner card than they have
been able to do so far, if they desire encourage-
ment.
For among other things, the.war has taught us
the necessity of distinguishing between the insidi-
ous doctrine of unbalanced "reformers" and the ra-
tional reform due to consistept progress.
After .examining the true University colors as
adopted by the board of regents, reaffirmed by the
Student council last week, and now ,on inspection
at Wahr's book store, remember that there is only
one true-"maize and blue" when making purchases.
A verdicts of guilty was reached in 20' minutes
in the case of the I. W. W. member who threatened
the 'life of president Wilson. Twenty minutes is
long 'enough. for a good many I. W. W.'s to change
their platform.
The Student council has an important task at its
meeting tonight to pick a committee of students,
faculty, and alumni to decide on a permanent me-
morial for Michigan's heroes.

.::

FAVOS UNION MEMORIAL
FEELS FACT THAT BUILDING NOW
NEARS COMPLETION MAKES NO
DIFFERENCE

k

MICHIGAN'S
"Favorite College

Songs

Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Of all the sugestions mentioned in
The Daily this morning for memer-
ials to commemorate those Michigan
men ho fell in the World War, it sems
men who fell in the World War, it
seems 'to me that the proposal for the
completion of the new Union build-
ing and its dedication to the cause
is not only the most practicable but
the most suitable as well.
Why should we hesitate to make use
of the Union for this purpose on the
ground that it is <nearing completion?
A considerable amount of money is
still necessary to finish the building
and that amount might be raised. in
the name of the Michigan soldiers
who have fallen. It would be a com-
paratively simple matter to place
bronze tablets in the entrance way or
in some other suitable place to show,
the purpose to which the building was
dedicated.
A memorial of this kind should be
both beautiful and useful and surely
no building on the campus has these
qualities in any greater degree than
the new Michigan Union. What could
be better suited to uphold the memory
of those "red-blooded" men who gave
their lives to their country than such
a center of student activities devoted
solely to the use of other Michigan
men?
L. A. K.
BAYON-NE CLUB STARTS YORK
FOR YEAR; ELECTS OFFICERS
Activities for the doming year of
the Bayonne, N. J., club of the Univer-
sity of Michigan, were started recently
in Lane hall. Plans were fprmulated
for an oritorical contest to be given
in the Bayonne ,high school, the win-
ner of the contest to be awarded a
prize donated by the Bayonne club.
The following officers were installed:
B.= Klein, '20, president; H. Kenigson,
'21, vice-president; Harold Herman,
'21, secretary; Joseph Linder, '22E,
assistant secretary; Charles Getlin,
'NM, treasurer.
Work Started on Dining Room Floor
Work has started toward 'laying the
remainder of the tile in. the dining,
room. This was delayed last week by
the fact that the dining room was used
in its unfinished state as a meeting.
place for the journalists.
'.

- $3.00 -
WAUNIVE RSITY
WM H 'SBOOKSTOR E

'Tuttle's
Lunches
Nunnally's
Candy
Maynard St.

DETROIT UNITED LI]
(Oct. 26, 1919)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Ca
m., and hourly to 9:io p. m.
Jackson Limited and Express
a. in., and every hour to 9: 48 P.
presses make local stops west of A
Local Cars East Bound-6:05 a.
m. and every two hours to 9:05 p.
p. mn. To' Ypsilanti only, kx :45 P
a. m., and to Saline, change at Yps
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-7:48'
12:20 a. mn.

BRIEF CASES, )(U.SIC FOLIOS.

AND

FIRST

AND'

STUDENT CASES.
Demand the original
for your protection.
Trade mark LEATHER GOODS
0f quality' GUARANTEED to
GIYE SATISFACTORY
SERVICE.

FIRST ANN ARBOB
OF THE FEDERAL
SYSTEM

AT ALL STORES WHERE

Two thousand 0. S. U. fans
promised for the game Saturday.,
outnumber them at least 4, to I.

and a band are
Michigan should

QUALITY RULES

OLDEST NATIONAL
IN MICHIGAN
arer Cent Paid on Sa
Deposits'

LIFTON MFG. 00.. New York

Have you asked your boarding house proprietor'
if he is using pasteurized or certified milk?

gThe Blimp

These Four Great Lines of I
Dubuise French Velour
Stetfson

The Joys of Life (StudEnt)
Oh, sing me the praises of Ann A'rbor chow!
What? You give it no praise. Well, sing anyhow.

The catalogue said:
"Two bucks for a bed;
Board for five-fifty.
You can be thrifty."

I I

Schoeble
7lorsalino

not eccentric. .They are en-
s who act much a's they did
id will continue to act much
ion,
TO THE FLAG
nt 'oversight the, flag which
or" of the campus 'does not
ered at night. Whether the
end the conventional hour of
nt for the respective raising r
e flag, or whether somebody
about ,it, we do not know.
to be the ones dedicated by
higan should not be unique

My bed is a board--no wheeze intended-
And the catalogue's estimate should be amended.

"Stand in line.
Our food is fine..
Six bits for a biscuit
And soup of old brisket."

ty it is to take care
i detail is not worth
r have forgotten that
dents were employed
n icy ground at 5 a.
am rise ; and again in
ating emblem fall.
ined to forget those

Sing me the praises of Ann Arbor chow !
What? You give it no praise. Well, sing anyhow.
How to Write Humor-No. 4'
Here is a wheeze that's a deep one. If you can
unravel this, you are pretty far along in your
study of huhor:
Man in insurance office-Insurance?
Manager-Certainly.
Man (dropping small red ant out of bottle)-
Well, will you insure this one?
How Dear to My Heart Are, the Fans, etc
"Reward-For return of electric fan taken from
McEntee apartments, valued as a keepsake."-Ad.
in Daily.
We soon expect to see this:
"Will the person who took our washing machine
by mistake please return it, as it is valued for sen-
timental 'associations ?"
Page the Rhetoric Department!
The fresh fragrance of the morning woods came,
to their nostrils-moist waftings from the clumps
of witch-hobble where the damp soil was odorous,
balmy whiffs from fresh verdure, aromatic savors
from lowly patches of pennyroyal where cobwebs
spread their dewspangled fabrics-fairy handker-
chiefs dropped in revels overnight.-From a cur-
rent novel.
"House Recuperates"-Headline. A new lease
on life, as it were.

Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT t every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $W,000.00
'Resonuoe ... ,. , 000.004).00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North University Ave.

,, at

Should receive your consider-
ation when you are ready for
your fall or winter choosing
Wadc hams & COO

Mr. Jack

Meder.

Here this week with
0-- SHOES

ar 'more than ever about tribute to the
>erhaps it is a mighty good thing that
yway, this editorial is a response to
ents arnd might be headed "by requests."
FORMERS" OF AMERICA
and undoubtedly boldest statement is-
he camp of the American I. W. W. is
made by Jacob Margolis, a Pittsburg
re members of the senate labor commis-
oxious complacency, this self-styled
!ndicalist" announces that his crowd are

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O'CONNER & GOLDBERG
Chicago.
Your Inspection is Cordially Invited
Arthur Marquardt
608 East Liberty Street

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