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The Michigan Daily, 1919-11-07

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FMICHIGAN
ng except Monday during the Univer.
ontrol of Student Puhlications.
'HE ASSOCIATED PRESS
is, exclusively entitled to the use for
spatches credited to it or not otherwise
the local news published therein.
ce at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second

ig, Maynard street.
S2414.
oo words, if signed, thq sig-
print, but as an evidence of
ublished in The Daily at the
mailed to The Daily ojice.
no consideration. Noz man-
writer incloses po'stage.
. endorse the sentiments ex-

What are we going to do about it!
America came across 100 per cent strong dur-
ing the war when there were countless other draws
upon her pocketbook. Surely the stimulus of'war
is not necessary to eicit help in work of this kind
and in the welfare service which the Iked Cross will
carry on at the close of its war work.
The campaign will close a year from the day the
Hun quit. Recall yos- experiences of a year ago
and then-subscribe !
THE OT HER FELLOW'S VIEW-POINT
Are you able to see more than your own side of
things in your relations with the other men of your
acquaintance? Can you see yourself as he' sees
you, not as the man which you think you are but
at your actual, intrinsic value. One of the big as-
sets of a college education which is really worth
while is the ability to grasp both sides of a ques-
tion, to see it in a mirror as it were, and to act
accordingly.-Pfirdue Exponent.

rey ................... Managing Editor
Phone 2414 or ioi6
tte, Jr........Business Manager
Phoned 960 or 2738
ert ...............................News Editor
elli................................ City Editor
.....Sports Editor
ark ..........women's Editor
rnstein ...........................Telegraph Editor.
EDITORIAL BOARD
man - Charles R. Osius, Jr.
H. Hardy Heth
Gaines, Jr. ................... Advertising Manager
.ll ............. Issue Manager
. Office Manager
s .................. ....Publication Manager
ider.. .................... Circulation Manager'
. .. .Subscription Manager
ball .................Guillotine Editor
. ......Music Editor
e L~iterary Editor
Ido. ..................... ..Exchange Editor
ck .......................... Campaign Editor
rood........................ ..... Efficiency ]Editor

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ISSUE EDITORS
Thomas BH. Adams
George Brophy

Brewster Campbell
.ohn I. Dakii

EDITORIAL STAFF
oodruff william H. Riley Robert C. Angell
on Katrina Schermerhorn Robert . Sage
n 'homas J. whinery'
BUSINESS STAFF
lings Isabelle Farnum D. P. Joyce
brecht Agnes Holmquist Robt. Somerville'
win Maynard Newton Arthur L. Glazer
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1919.
Issue Editor-G. 0. Brophy
THE STUDENT VOICE
. a ,statement is made by a University offi-A
a time-honored tradition will be abolished
decision, regardless of the wishes of the
body, it is time for the students to do a
inking. The Uiiversity of Michigan was
FOR THE STUDENTS who would at-
its administration is supposed to conduct
e advancement and in the best interests of
udents. Thousands of taxpayers are pay-
yearly sums to, upport that University for
lents, and thousands of those taxpayers'
d daughters are among the 9,800 enrolled
igan.
e old days students used to take what they
if the authorities could not be won over
e peaceful means. Since those days the
body has become more law-abiding and
d." The students have calmed down at the
of the authorities. They have given up
-breaking and disorderly theater riots and
f all kinds. Even the State street horse-
s been largely abolished. This is all for
d of Michigan.
ims, however, that .the students should still
to control those customs and rules'of the
that do not interfere with dignity, disci-
r order. They still have the power to de-
at Michigan traditions are and how they
enforced. It is not in the-dominion of any
o state that there will be no block "M";
ents will decide that for themselves. Just
the student bo'dy is calm, and law-abiding
dication that it is docile and powerless.
nust be no mobs, but the force of the stu-
ly can be utilized in other ways.
"I" BOOK OF THE UNIVERSITY
alf of the seniors of the University 'buy-
higanensians! Ten per cent, of all the stu-
Michigan ordering this year's book!
is the record of the Michiganensian cam-
ow being held on the campus to secure
tions.
the management of this year's book mak-
is for one of .the largest and best Michi-
tns ever printed at the University, the above
must be startling to student, alumnus, and
rnember.
are 1,800 seniors on the campus this year.
an one-half of them have subscribed to the
nensian so far. The management of' the
ion has announced that there will be no
the books next spring. This means that,
r time 'students will be able to secure the
'ill be in the present subscription campaign.
our Michiganensian now. It is THE "M"

The American flag is the -true American s only
symbol of what the United States stands for. Why
dishonor it by' having it up all night on the flag
pole at the entrance to tthe University?
We wonder why the Varsity band members
break an important form of military etiquette by
removing their hats whfe playing the "Yellow and
Blue" '
The Chimes ring for the first time this' morn-
ing. Your subscription today will help to make
it ring louder and clearer for a better Michigan..
Kentucky and Ohio are to vote on the liquor
question. What Ohio State did to Kentucky a few
weeks ago was enough to drive them to drink.
A Kalamazoo man dropped dead 'yhile looking
over the family album. Others have found those
Indoor Sports rather strenuous also.
Be at the M. C. station at 8 o'clock this morning,
' and give the ;team a regular send-off.-
One way to "Beat Chicago" is to "Be At Chi
cago. -

S. E. GOLDBERG CHOSEN TO
HEAD MICHIGAN ZIONISTS
At a meeting of the Michigan Zion-
ist society Wednesday night, the fol-
lowing officers were elected: Pres-
Ident, S. Emanuel.Goldberg, '20; vice-
president, Jacob E. Rosenberg,, '21;
secretary, Ida E. .Mines, '20; treas-
urer, Simon' Shetzer, '21; board of di-
rectors, Harry Stocker, '22M, Maurice
L. Rips, '23M, Abbott L. Winograd,
'21, Harry E. August, '22M, and Harold
Herman, '21.
Mr. Goldman and Miss Mines were
chosen to represent the society at the
Intercollegiate Zionist association
convention which will 'be r held in
Boston during Christmas vacation.
DANCING SCHOOL
New class at the Paekard Academy
will -begin lWednesday evening, 'Nov.-
12, 7 to 8 o'clock. Lady and Gent in-
structors, number limited. Register'
early. Phone 1850-F-1.--Adv.
Official Corduroy Trousers far Jun-
for Engineers on sale by N. F, Allen
Co, Main St.-Adv.
If you aren't satisfied, we can't be.
We make "Portraits that Please" you
at Derr Studio--Adv.
Nunnally's, "The Candy of the
South." Tice's, 117 So. Maitn St.-Adv.
-'
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 ladies.
Lessons, $3.00; single lesson,'
50 cents
H. H. MITTENTHAL, Instructor
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 11:30
A

$4.00

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:io p. m.
Jackson 'Limited and - Express Car-8 :48'
a. m., and every hour to 9:48 p. m. (Ex-
-presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Gars East Bound-6 :05 a. ., 9:bo a.
in. and every two hours to 9:o5 p. m., 10:50
p. m. To Ypsilanti only, 1r:4+ p. M., r:1o
a. n.. and to Saline, change at psilanti.
Ypsilanti. -
Local 'Cats West Bound-7 :48 a. Mn. and
iz~zo a. In.

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Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every" custom-
er, whether the.-account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $560,000.00
Resoures.........,$4,000,000.00

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The Rubyiat
(As Omar Might have written it today)
I'm quivering and quaking. Every atom of me's'
shaking,
I'm as nervous as a freshman girl I bet.
(Everywhere. Why?)
I'm the'fellow you saw sneaking up the street just
-now and reeking
With the odor of the deadly cigarette,
(They Satisfy)
With the dull and sweetened odor of the deadly
cigarette..
(Even the Words Blend)
My heart is tinged with sorrow and I hate to face
the morrow
'Cause, I'm thinking of the bawling out I'll get.
(Distinctly Individual)
Yes, it's nice to swear off smoking but the thought
of it's provoking
For there's magic in the deadly cigarette,
(It's Toasted)
There's a bit of heaven lurking in the deadly cigar-
ette.
(Your Nose Knows)
There.-is little use bewailing that we men possess a
failing
But we can't aspire to plaster saint-hood yet,
(Judge ,for Yourself)
Lincoln started abolition and today it's prohibi-.
tion,'
Still we have the solace of the cigarette,'
(A Shilling in London. A Quarter Here)
Still we have the languid fragrance of the deadly,
cigarette.
(Omar-Aroma)

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A new WALK-OVER of soft, smooth-fitting kid-very
dressy-with such a smart heel and ankle that your feet look
stylish going or coming. A ho- 7! Priced lower than it
'Rill be later.
AT BOOT
TIIFg°i AV SHOP
115 So. Main St.
Prof. Paton Addresses Prescott Club first meeting of the year and its pur-
Prof. William A. Paton of the Ec- pose was to acquaint pharmacy stu-
onomics department spoke before the dents with the- organization. Talks
Vrescott club Thursday evening in the were also given by members of the
Chemistry building. 'This was 'the faculty and of the club.

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Whitney Theatre, Sat. Night, Nov. 8
A. NOVE-LTY aT LTaST! -- o j
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WAC ,LE-
sat w r- Ti -N
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The Senior Architect asked the Senior
Sarah Bellum wa-s a co-ed.
If the Athletic association won't, the
can. The Daily has on hand about a
Block M letters-all from the mailman.

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THE BOYS IN EUROPE
Cross has begun a national
ship in order that it. may
a successful finish the work
inspiring part in the past
wson told 'a University audi-
that America must not strive
which she has just emerged.
oreign lands in need of care
n furnish and will furnish

(They have
Don't kill
Let us do

Our Daily Novelette
Autoist telephoning-"I need help.
turtle."
Garageman-"Sorry. This is ag
want an aquarium."

Wheezes of Yester-Year
since time immemorial blamed this to
the laundry)
your wife.
your dirty work.

I've turned

garage.

You

COW-

Famous Closing Lines
"I'm dressed to kill," said Horatius as he
started to hold the bridge. Louis XVI.

Prices: 75c to $2.00

Seat Sale Thursday

t be here

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