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November 06, 1919 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-11-06

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...Managing Editor
... Business Manager
......News Editor
.City Editor
.Sports Editor
.... Women's Editor
. ....Telegraph Editor

Os8iuts, Jr.,

ings. But there was a certain moderation in this
specialization which permitted of an almost uuiver-'
sally prevailing "classical education" among our col-
leges and universities. Was the world, at that
time, a sadder one because of this fact? Were our
forbears less contented-less well off than our-
selves? We think not.i
The demand for specially trained men is dis-
counted, by no thoughtful man. But the thought-
f ul man is equally determined not to discount the
fact that a proper society must possess a language
through. which all its part may communicate.
Sarn Francisco's trouble right now is the deter-
inination as to whether an epidemic of hiccoughs is
due to wildcat fire-water or flu germs. If it were-
n't that we hate to bet on sure things we. know
where our money would go.
At last we have the long sought recipe. From
London comes the advice of the church bell-ringer
who says his exercise is conducive to beauty. For
girls the recipe would read, Bells make belles.
Women in Cedar Rapids have barred silk. hose..
They're taking things gradually- instead of doing
away with all hose at once as did the French
women.
"Annual food show opens"--Headline in newspa-
per. Thoughtful of somebody to give us an op-
portunity of seeing. some food.
"Convention asks for a round table seat"=~Cleve-
land newspaper headline. What they really want,
we take it, is a square deal.
The Guillotine
"The Melancholy Days Have Comte"
When the autumn days are fading
*With their red* and gold array,
When the wind is getting bolder a
And the skies are' turning grey,
You're a-thin~king of December
But you can't enthuse at all
For the cost of living rises
When th~e snow begins to fall.

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Official Corduroy Trousers for Jun-
ior Engineers on sale by N. F. Allen
Co. Main St.-Adv.

G ymnasium Suits-
'Shirt--Pants-Shoes and Supporter all for

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.... . . ... uuLoune acto
.~Music Editor
.Literary Editor
....... Exchange Editor
.......Campaign Editor
........Efficiency Editor
TORS
dams Brewster Campbell
r John I. Dakin

Dancing School
ARMORY
Guaranteed to teach you the
One' Step, Fox Trot and Glide
Waltz,. Don't be a wall-flower.
Keep 'young by dancing.
Class, 6:30 to 8:30, Friday
evenings.
Special inducement to ladles.,
Lessons, $3.00; single lesson,
50 cents
H. H. MITTEINTHAL, Instructor

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WAHRS UNIVERSITY
*'Mun" for the. Games
Cousins & Hall
Members Florists 'Telegraph Delivery
Phone 116 1002 S. Union

uas.J. W hinery

1 6, 1919.
*Adams
HlIMES"
the first peal from
dedicated to uni-
L new era in Mich- .
ruth is unique in
it it is a paradox

Masonic Temple
Ypsilanti
PROF. H. H. MITTENTHAL
extends an invitation to each
Michigan Student to attend
his Dancing School and As-
semblage every Saturday
evening at the
.MASONIC
TEMPLE
Dancing, 8:30 to j1 1 :30

DANCING PARTIES
At The ARMORY

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Every Friday and Saturday' Evenipgs
TICKETS LIMITED
Secure your tickets in advance at Graham's
(at both ends of Hte diagonal -walk)
or at Fischer's Pharmacy, E. Liberty St. and
Fifth Ave.

When there is no touch of 'color'
Lurking in the wood or dale,,
When the stars are 'cold at evening
And the quarter moon is pale,
You're* a-thinking of the mornings
You will freeze in Mason hall
For the miners will be striking
'When the ,snow begins to. fall.

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stimu'

;lang." It is
with every-
ce, will help
lp make the
ed a 'lot of
,f any earn-
It takes a
sakes at least
'et anywhere
eforce of an
ity and f ree-
democracy.
"Chimes"' is
k "Chimes' "

owledge of the
ling."
am Makepeace
of what we of

orn ot the twentieth ceni-
efficiency," to judge men
Al do," generally qualify-
hments by a tacit under-
a purely practical rather

When the f rost is on the pumpkin
Bleaching white its golden hue,
When the doctors are preparing
For another siege of flu,
* You're a-thinking of the absenc~e
Of- the robin's morning call
,E'or it's half a year to springtime
W e th sn w b g n tofal.Today the Senior Law asked the Senior Engi-
neer if the Cincinnati Reds invented the slide rule.
Wheezes off Yester-Year .
(You hear this one at the home talent minstrel
show)
"Do. .you like codfish balls?"
"Don't know. I never attended one."~
Story 'Teller's Club Meets This Afternoon-
Daily Head. Before the attendance cornmittee, we
infer.
1PoPular Parodies
When snow falls, dear
I think of you,'
My overcoat
Of brownish hue,
When snow falls, dear
I Cannot roam
Ask Mister Claude Brow-w-w-wn
Why I stay home.
Our Daily Novelette
Twelfth Street Maggie thrust a' dimpled elbw
uponi the showcase and toyed with' her gum. Wool-
worth's was quiet, pervaded by an untrammeled
hish as it were. She (not the store) gazed at. the
silken sheen of her coiffure in the looking glass and'
reflected:
"Tonight at 7 I go to dine at Casey's with me
Ethelbert."
Silent Sadie who was arranging the chattels on
the crow bar and lightning rod .counter pricked up
her ears and queried, sharply.'
"Whio'se he ?"
"Me. latest acquisition," plashed Maggie with
limpid tenderness. He',s a gentleman, too- not
like the rest of them hash house boys. Why when
we eat together he never -blows on his soup. Mix,
he's too genteel for that. He fans it' with his hat."
"It's a wise son that knows his own father knows
him."

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case, diagnose an
construct a bridge
of his class, he is
term "specialist"
[ace among those
ly so! Surely, the
lar field of human
ration and' respect

Spats and fancy boot tops are here to stay, for so many, many people have become
completely won over to the wearing of them with oxfords and pumps. It is very comfort-
able and at the same time convenient habit., for with a change of boot-tops, you can readily
make your footwear and costume -harmonize.
J If you are not as yet acquainted with the Tweedie B~oot Tops, you still have a pleas-
Ant surprise in store for you. They are "glove-fitted" giving such a trim, smooth, ankle
fIt, and are so dressy'in appearance !
We have Tweedie Boot Tops in hues to harmonize with all the winter shades-both
for street and dress wear.
Besides the Tweedie Boot Tops we have the regulation spats in the same desirable
shades.

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vith no prac-
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other words,
termn "good
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uired a cer-
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Evening, Slipper

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law, medicine, den-
common ground and
ther during this mo-
t iso far as they are
rn. It is the function
liningi to supply this

Dancing time is here, and for the sake of comfort as well as appearance, slipper.
time comes with, it. We have an excellent showing of the seamless opera pumps. With
the covered full Louis heel,,and hand-turned sole they are excellent rejpresentations of the
high quality shown by Dorothy Dodd shoes. These pumps come in. dull kid, patent kid,
black satin, white satin and silver, giving you wide individual choice..

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