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take part. This movement was wide-spread, and
systems of limitations were adopted at Princeton,
Pittsburgh and Yale. Nothing definite was accom-
plished at Pennsylvania, and the matter was allowed
to hang over until this year.
Already we have seen the result of allowing stu-
dents. to accumulate too many responsible positions.
As was the case last year, some activities are be-
ing slighted for the benefit of others. If the stu-
dents want class executives who are efficient and
will . work unselfishly for the . class organization,
they should throw out of consideration men who
are so bound up with ambitions in other lines that
'they will undertake their class work as a side issue.
It is not' logical to select class officers who have
never demonstrated their ability by their efforts
and interest in other work, but it is equally fool-
ish to elect a man who is letting his ability and
energy flow down so many different side channels
that all the force.of the main.flow.is lost.
The Undergraduate Council should also take up
immediately the matter of a .limitation system, so
that students will know how much they will be
allowed to attempt: in the activity line. Wit} the
information and investigation of last year at the
disposal of the present Council, there should' be
little delay in submitting such -a plan to the stu-
dents.-The Pennsylvanian.
The pressmen are considering a plan to end the
strike in New York. We wonder if the new scheme
of The Literary Digest isn't about one of the best

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count of the felt being very thin and
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do not understand how - to - handle
them. We have the -equipment and
know how to clean and reblock Borsa-
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inal fine soft texture and pliability.- A
hat cleaned and reblocked, with a new
bandi, looks like new and lasts as long-
again-. Factory Hat Store, 17 Pack-
ard St. Phone 1792.-Adv.
Martha Washington Candles, fresh
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St.-Adv.
DIAMONDS
GOOD QUALITY
J. L. Chapman.Jeweler
113 South Main Street

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DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. 26, 1919) -
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:Io a.
m., and hourly to 9:10 p. m.
Jackson Limited and Express 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:o5 a. m., g.:05 a.
m. and every two hours to 9:o5 -p.n., 1:so
i;, --m. To Ypsilanti only, I I :457. im., i : 1
a. m.. and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Ypsilanti. -
Local Cars West Bound-7:48 a. m. and
t2:20 a. m.

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nrollment in the R. O. T. C. is any, criterion,
le billfor universal service now in Congress-
ly opposed by the University.
wonder why the flag on the flag pole at the
. entrance to the University is up all night.
higan must win every game from now on.

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Lying To,
I slept in an editor's bed,
n the editor was got nigh.;
eamt as I slept on that downy couch
easily. editors lie. A. M.
King Was in High Spirits
one writer, the queen of the \Bel-
ine-colored gowna t a Washington
is not preserving neutrality' in the

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that has ever won a trer
popularity is Fatima.

ane-

learning
reds, but
:his coun-

the identity of
still unrevealed,
of it.

the Man in the
but we hope to

Turkish cigarette
costing as much a
annual tales.
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Turkish than any
mean, in other w
much Turkish as
too little a;i th
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the lunchroom, a combined odor of
greeted me. The pleasing aroma of
with that of roast beef and baked
-esh apple pie was trying to adver-
ful taste as were also the other mul-
caks, and desserts.
dawned upon me that I was much
I had thought, and so I was quite
. eating when my order was,. deliv-
ast beef was delicious, to say the-
lk was fresh and just cold enough,
pie with ice-cream made me wish I
Agin eating all over again.
:d a pleasant meal:
-From a High School Paper.
s an artist of his acquaintance is a
figures, but he has a good line.
to the Northwestern player the Chi
"Brightman is back; spreads bright-
ple gloom." To make it unanimous
de that that was a bright remark.

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ms us that'

y did revert to the old time, peo-
it at 5- arrive in Ann Arbor at
any one the temerity to criticise
running the trains on time?
contemporary, the Times-News,
Experiences of Dead Ambulance
in Narrative." Is this.a new ad-
piritualism?
i woman burglar io years. That
:e on record where a woman did

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