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The Michigan Daily, 1919-11-04

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D PR'ESS -
tled to the use for
o it or not otherwise
bdished therein.
Michigan, as second
nard street.
, if signed, the sig-
it' as an evidence of
in The Daily at they
to The Daily office .
sideration. No man.
closes postage.
the sentiments ex--

'work of - the assembly room downstairs as in the
stone-work of the tower. He further stated that,
-f this practice continued, .access to the tower- would'
be barred except on special occasid'ns or in the comn-
pany of a guide. Thus the pleasure of hundreds of
stutihfs would be destroyed by the selfish purposes
of the few. The view is the finest in, the vicinity of
Ann Arbor.
*The -inordinate ,love for defacing and marking
'in symnbols is only a lingering tendency of the bar-
barian. It is just this so'rt of thing that makes the
European laugh at us. But crudity is the only hu-
morous side. Take for an example-"M. E. T.,>
the first girl, on top of the tower. April 17,' 1918"-
what sort of an impression do you gain?
Those who must astound the world had better
'leave red "flags _instead of cuts.;

!ceveno
the writer
arily: ends

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.Managing Editor
Phone 2414 or xoi6-
Jr. ........... Business Manager
Phone 460 or 2738
.......News Editor.
..... .. ....... ...... City Editor
.Sports Editor
.. . Women's .Edito~r
ein ........................ Telegraph Editor
EDITORIAL BOARD.
n Charles R. Ohmus, Jr.
H. Hardy Heth
es, Jr. ....... .... Advertising' Manager
..Issue Mvanager.
..>.......... . Office Manager,
........... ... .Publicaion :Maniager~
r ................. . irculation Manager
. ........ . Subscription lMfanager'
. ....... ..Guillotine Editor
................ . Music Editor
* Literary Editor
.........Exchange Editor
Campaign Editor
.. .....Efficiency Editor
ISSUE EDITORS
Jr. Thomas If. Adanms Brewster Campbell..
George Brophyl John I. Dakin
EDITORIAL STAFF
william-H. Riley Ralph 'DuBois
Katrina Scherinerhorp ERobert C. Anagell
Joseph H. SurflU Robert D.: Sage
Thomas J. Whinery
BUSINESS STAFF' ' .
Isabelle Farnum 0. P. Joyce
Agnes Holmquist . Robt.. Someprville
Arthur L.. tilazer
ESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1919..

ial staff 'and
at 5o'colck
will, meet . at

COMMUNICATIONS MUS'TBE SIGNEtD
'Communicants to The Daily -must sign their
names to their articles. bef ore they will be ;consid-
'ered by the editor.. 'Many students are: signing fic-
titious names to their communications. Thy edi-i
tor. mo't have,* the name and address of every' com-
Imni~jcant before th article will appear 'in. The
Daily. 'The names will not .necessarily be printed,
.buit -will .show evidence of faith on the .part, of the
~authors of' the articles.-,*
The campus pest' is ,still with us. '
The.Guillot.ine
Disillus'io puent
My roommnate!1
-Some day I am going to ;murder him.
He spent; the sum'mer vacation in Los Angeles,
in H-ollywod-in the heart of the celluloid drama.
And hie met all the canned celebrities, the flicker-,
-stars in person ; he hobnobbed with them ; he
flocked among them.
He returned..
"And he told me'
.That. Naziniova had six thildren and a husband.
That Henry Walthall wore a~ wig and lisped.
That' Lillian Gis~h is peroxide and illiteriate.
That Theda Bara"- is' no .lon er-she committed
suicide. ,t
That Bill Hart- has fallen arches and learned to
'cow'boy ini New Jersey.
That Clara Kimball .-Young was once the belle
of Benton Harbor..-
My roommate
He has destroyed'the soul of art.'
Some. day I amn going 'to run amuck and murder
limn. ..
"Look. before you bite," should be the -motto of
'hose who nibbl the festive State stre'et chestnut
these- days.
MAI N WHO WED YPSILANTI- GIRL DECG'
(_ AiTER FOR VALOR-The- Post., Surely he
should .be.
W he e;es of Yester-gear'.
-(This one is' usually attributed to a farm journal.)
For 'Sale-Guernsey cow who gives, four .quarts
of milk daily';' also ropes, pulleys, refrigerator, ci
der press 'and anvil.
'Tis.Often, Thus=,
I've got the nicest .English' course-
I likelt very much.
But every time there is-a quiz
I seem to kbe 'in Dutch..

DETROIT UNi1TED 'LINES'
(Oct. 26, 19L9)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time),,.
Detroit ;Limited and Express Cars-6 :io} a.
m., anid hourly to q: 1o p. m.
Jackson Limited, and Express Cars-8 :48'
a. in., and every hour to 9 ':48 p. ni. ( t x-
presses make local stoaps west of Ann, Arbor.)
Local Cars East'Bound--6 :os a. in.; 9:05 a.
rr. and every two Hours to 9,.o5 p. i., i'o:go1
.. ,'"O Ypsilanti only, i I:,15 p. in., I :10
'. m.'and "to Saline, chiange at Ypsilanti.
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-7 :48' a. m. and
12:20- a. I1h.

Gy. mnasiumSus
;Shirt--Pants-Shoes and Supporter all for
$4.00

W AH ' I 9 BOOKSTORES

sbgn eering

News

Prof.' Henry C. Anderson and, Prof.
R. S. Hawley have been asked. by the
Combustion Publishing company of
New York' to b6 associate editors of
"Combustion." This is a publication
devoted to the study 'of combustion
and the efficient burning of coal. .'Its
slogan is "Human First and Technical
Afterward." I
Prof. E, .Lerch has been occupied
over the week end in assisting in the
organization of, the new registrat~on
board for the Michilgan, Archit~ects and
Engineers., He is the only member
of the old organization to devote him-
self to the new; board. The function
of the board is' to register all archi-
tects in the state of Michigan.
Experiments in the fuel economy~
of automobiles are- being: conducted
by Prof. Walter Lay in the Engineer-
ing building The investigations are
to determine -the limit of accuracy that
can be expected' ina measuring fuel
economy.
Mittenthals Dancing School, Armory
is the ,ldace to learn to dance quickly,
gracefully and correctly. Don't wait
-join now.: Special price, ladies $6.00.
Term-8 lessons or can take half term
or single lesson.-Adv.
Orders. taken for party gowns at
the White Elephant Shop;. Ask to see'
samples; Prices most reasonabe.-
.Av.

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p
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The fall w'~inds are sure to bring ro-

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ugh skin aid Chaps. Be prepared
to meet theme with.

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DERMAL CREAM'

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Quarry Drug Co's

today 'the appointment of .
ad' Sherwood,'T'homa . .
Sage to the editorial 'staff:'
luties as Guillotine editor,
ency editor, Whinery a~nd.
ucding the humor coluni
mbafll; will resume his: du--
WITrH THE TEAM!
will be on Stagg field at..
afternoo~n fighting amidst'
only Michigan men .know
vict'ory. Who ',will cheer-
ithin the' 'shadow' of the
take one. more supreme ef-'

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t may be transmitted from one
ithout actual communication.'
Lnts and needs next .Saturday,
ial presence 'of Michigan spirit
yr must feel that Michigan. men
re with themn, watching. every
rem to the last trench.
ng' its famous Varsity band to
band must go such a delegationi
has never been seen before on an
,very man who can piossibly get
e there whether lie walk' the
ropers. It is a big game 'and
rival must anid shall. be taught'
"The Victors." , i
he team.? Then GO!
ATING YOUR NAME
.eople not otherwise very fain-
me resorted to- a cheap advertise-
unt their nlames from the house--
lar instance with which we deal'
on .Tower. Many initials have
imestone there, a practice which
s insipiency if an appeal to both
.1 sides of the student mind is
is soft and porous, is easily af-
g, and any deep scar which will'
-egreatly' aids the w eathering'
cracking is thus superinduced.
asonry would fall off in chunks,
.vagant waste, all 'because some

Seat Sale Monday

Prices: 75c, $1.00, $1.50, and $2.00

a ,

Our Daily Novelette
"Going to initiate pretty soon ?"
".Y'epbeen getting ready. for the
weeks."
"What doing ?"
"Oh, paddling a girl" up river.". ;
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There is .of course
A reason, why
They have knots
On the deep blue sea
-Instead of mniles
And the reason is
Because it is necessary
And vitally important
*To keep....
The -ocean 'tide.
We thank: you.,

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Divers reasons as it were.

And now Carranza wants congress to try Mexico.
Does he think that body hasn't enough. trouble ,of its
own? Or perhaps that's his mnethodi of getting
the trouble down there left alone.
*Bright-shi-re's name Saturday was' Mud.j

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Fam ous Closing Lines
"it isn't' done you know," said the
as she threw the beef steak out of

society leader
the window.
Louis XVI.

Prices: 75c to:

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