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I to the use for
or not otherwise
hed therein.
ichigan, as second

Added to this should come a new spirit on the
part of the men concerned. No longer should they
- withdraw from an activity because they have failed
the highest honor. The man who wins the post is
a friend, not an enemy. He has won it by fair
play and ability, and is entitled to it. The man
who is defeated should remain 'to help him work
for Michigan.
Just because a man has lost a little personal
glory, he should not give up working for the Uni-
versity. Each man should take it upon himself to
o offer his services wherever they can be used, and
he should respond heartily to a call for assistance.
We're all working for Michigan.

street.

00 words, if signed, the sig
print, but asran evidence of
>ublished in The Daily at the
r mailed to The Daily office.
rno consideration. No man
writer incloses postage.
endorse the tsentiments ex-
.Managing Editor
......... Business Manager
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.News Editor
city Editor
.Sports Editor
.Women's Editor
......Telegraph Editor

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.Advertising Manager:
Issue Manager
. .... Office Manager
.......Publicatidn Manager
. Circulation Manager
... Subscription Manager
M.....Music Editor
.Literary 1Editor
....Exchange Editor
S. .... campaign Editor

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Ralph DuBois
-horn Robert C. Angel
H. Hardy Heth
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D. P. Joyce
Robt. Somerville
Arthur L. Glazer

FLASHLIGHT PICTURES
According' to a frecently enforced ruling of the'
department of buildings and grounds, there are to
be no pictures takes of the interiors of any of, the
campus buildings unless an arc light is used in place
of the usual flashlight which has been considered a
dangerous fire risk.
. Which means that campus publications, particu-
larly the Michiganensian, must forego the use of
these pictures unless they employ the services of'
n professional photographer who owns an arc light
apparatus.. And according to reports, there is but
One photographer in Ann Arbor who owns such an
outfit. Granted that the publications can afford to'
pay for. this professional. photography, is it likely
that one man can take care of the entire amount of
the work satisfactorily.
It is not the intention of The Daily to favor a
plan which would entail the slightest fire risk. But
it appears that in buildings like the Michigan Union
and the Library, which are above all else fire-proof,
there is no more danger in taking a flashlight pho-
tograph than there is in holding a smoker in the,
former building. Flashlights have been taken for
some time in the dormitories and even in Water-
man gymnasium without apparent danger.
An application of the no-flashlight rule to the
campus' newest buildings certainly appears to be
carrying commendable precaution beyond the
bounds of reason.
Ohio beat us yesterday and beat us fairly, but it
takes a Michigan student body to stick by the(team
to the end, in spite of defeat.

The Union bowling room of six al-
leys will open at 1 o'clock Monday aft-
ernoon under the direction of Eugene
Barrington, who has had considerable.
experience in this line. The latest
equipment has been installed, the most
important feature being automatic pin
setters. The alleys will be open for
business from 1 to 11 o'clock. Prices
charged willnbeathen'same as other
places, 15 cents a ,line.

At 'the UnionI,.

MICHIGAN'S
"Favorite College
S$3.00--
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BOOKS1

:st of the American
liversity, it has been
be formed comprised
nembers. The ideals
.ed in the association
the same time bring:
ive all, the good qual-
7 without any of its
be affiliated with their
mbership is better in
'e more advantage by
ganization to which
versity chapter which
ood after their grad=
anence isidoubtful at
about five, years only
am active. Thus only

,The Blimp"

The Culture Bug*
We are mad for cultivation
And refining information,
And' we're dri'nking pretty deeply
Pierian streams.
We're absorbing culture hourly,
And we're getting quite conversant
tity of themes.

SIT

Songs"

at. the pure
with a quan-

Students interested in golf met at
8 o'clock Saturday mforning in room
302 to form the Michigan Golf asso-
'ciation, whose purpose it will be to
put Michigan back in the Conference
as a golf contestant. Arch Wenley,
'21, was chosen as temporary chair-
man, and he has called another meet-
ing of the organization for Tuesa1ay
night at the Union.
The meeting will be held for the
purpose of organization and election
of officers. The first undertaking of
the club will be a tournament which
will begin Thursday afternoon. Prof.
T. C. Trueblood is faculty advisor for
the association.
OFFICERS ELECJT2ED AT MEETING
OF MEN'S EDUCATIONAL CLUB
At their Ilst meeting the Men's
Educational club met at the Union
and the following officers were elect-
ed.: President, Leonard Mniece, '20;
secretary, Walter F. Cries, '21; treas-
urer, David Lewis, '20. The object of
the organization is to study school
problems with the view of creating a
better spirit between schools, from the
grade schools to the universities.
At the meeting, Superintendent
Butler of the Ann Arbor schools spoke
to the body on the subject: "Why I
Am a School Man." At the close of
the meeting Mr. Butler became an hon-
orary member of the club. Mteetin-gs,
will be held every second Monday of
the month in room 306 of the Union
building. During the year many prom-
inent speakers wil address the body.
STOP AND LISTEN!. IT WILL
PAY YOU
Have, you any money which you
would ,like to have earn you a reas-
onable return? Do not put .it in some
"wild cat" or "get rich quick" scheme.
Six per cent per annum is as good as
one can expect and have his money
safe.
The Huron Valley Building and Sav-
ing Association has paid no less( than
6 per cent per annum, compound. in-
terest, the past 30 years, free from
taxes, secured by several hundred- gilt
edge rsortgages, the stability of which
is evidenced by the fact that it has
not had a foreclosure in 22 years. It
is under state supervision, is co-op-
erative and safe beyond question.
If you allow the dividends to accum-
ulate, your, money will double in ten
years. You can withdraw your money
at any time and receive 5 per cent. It
will pay YOU to iaivest your money
with this association and induce others
to do the same.
For further particulars'call on H. H.
HERBST, Secretary and Attorney,
Savings Bank Bldg. Phone 536-J.-
Adv.

Finishing leave your Films
at

For Satisfactory Amateur

DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. 26, i919) .
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:io 4.
i1., an d hourly to 9 :ro p. Il.
Jackson Limited and Expres's Cars-8:48
a. m., and every hour to 9:48 p. m. (Ex-
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.,)
Local cars East Bound--6:05 a. m., 9:05 Sa.
M. and every two hours to 9:05 p. XIl., 10:50
1-. 'm. To Ypsilanti only, 11n :45 p. in., r :ro
a. n.. and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-7:48 a. m. and
12:20'3a.in.

Quarry's

Drug Stox

The SWAIN do the

Courteous and sat
TREATMENT to every
er, whether the account
or small.
The Ann Arbor Satinj
Incorporated 186
Capital and Surplus, $4
Resources.........$4,0
Northwest Cor. Main &
707 North Un~versity

i

the Amer-
itations. A
Union for
opd organ-
ve the dual
promoting
which are

CHORUS

. I

essor of surgery
surgical services
1, will leave the
: surgeon at the

Harvard

:ional fame, and as
made a comipan-
nd St. George.
iould permit a man
ot to go away out
professor of surg-
y hospital work in
c attention of the'
ouch lustre on the
is a great institu-
ought, in self de-
;h Cabot at home,

Oh, we're breakfasting on Hegel, and we dine on
.Socrates;
We serve Professor James and Kant at all our
formal teas,
And we spend a half an hour
Glancing over 'Schopenhauer,
No'ting Nietzsche's "Will to Power,"'
Or his subtler theories.
Criticizing Aristotle,
Mrs. Wharton, Emory Pottle,
Is our favorite avocation, and we're able to
indite
Themes on Arnold versus Pater,.
Demonstrating which is greater,
Or to write a dissertation on the 'fossil trilobite.
CHORUS
Oh, it's pass along the Hauptmann and it's rush
the Maeterlinck,
Condemn Pinero, Shaw and Wilde-don't try to.
stop to think.
'At the sea of cultivation
And of thought assimilation
There's no time for rumination
Nor for trembling at the brink.
-I. L. Hunter, in the Minnesota Foolscap.
(*Thanked be the Lord it hasn't bitten Michigan
yet.)
The Campus Crank says some men are brave and.
others say "Yes," to the barber.

This Handsome
NEW FALL 21
at $1o
-
1
"

is one of the best values we have shown this season. The
low heel makes it a very comfortable boot for the college girl
or for tramping, and the long narrow vamp gives it a very
fashionable appearance. Comes in black calf, brown russia
calf and black kid.-

AT
THE

TIRAOL MARK REG. US.PAT. Off

115 So. fA"dnSt.

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EXPERT

JN THE

n a great problem on the campus
s. It has been almost totally ig-
the problem of how to utilize the
ability of seniors who have been
:ivities but have failed to win the
ave become ineligible long enough
of the race.
re are many seniors at Michigan
great deal of experience in activi-
ave either headed organizations or
xt in importance. There are many
x-year men in the same category.
these men would make excellent
nen, directors, and speakers. It
-ight that so much good activity

AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE

And Then,-They Might Be Drafted for Work
Gompers says the labor conference blew up be-
cause the employers tried to force the open shop
upon the workers. We don't blame the men for
not wanting to work in open shops now that the
winter is coming on.

BATTERIES
STARTERS

-~.1

GENERATORS

The Reds claim that they have been
ligned by the American newspapers.
even if there were no such thing as
language.

cruelly ma-
Imlpossible,
unprintable

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MAGNETOS

liot ' seem 1
rial houlr

And ill defining Michigan spirit somebody might
add that it includes that do or die courage that en -
ables a man to take off his coat at a pep meeting,
knowing full well that the laundry has been pag-
ing his shirt for a week past.

Phone 273

200-202 E. Washington St.

Washtenaw Electric Shop

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s work

such

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