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November 09, 1919 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-11-09

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g Editor

"Have I kept my scholastic work on a high
standard, in class recitation, laboratory aid refer-
ence reading?
"Have 'I gone to classes, faithfully anl punc-
tually, never skipping on the iipulse. of having a
betterk time outside?
"Have I been trying to bluff professors and
'pony' through courses'on the former good work
of comeone else?
"Have I handed all my work in promptly, and
,has this work been the result of my own efl:
and thought ?"
"Have I supported all campus activities and
worth-while university interests?
"Have I made any effort to promote a real Uni-:
sity of Nebraska spirit?
"Ilave I entered into university activities and
tried to make myself a representative student of
the institution I have selected for my training?
"Have I cultivated friendships, taken a stand for
democracy on the campus and contributed to the
solution of college'problems'?"
It is a time for serious thought and deep deb-
eratidn. An introspection of the past maonth may
reveal mistakes and bring about methods of retfi-
edying the things that have been neglected. A deci-
sion reached now may prove to be invaluable in the
ultimate course of things to follow. Think it over.
I-The Daily Nebraskan.

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DETAILED
GITVEY

REPORTS OF {AME
AT .UNION AND DAILY

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Play by play, the battle on Stagg
field was gi'en out yesterday after-
noon at the Union and The Daily of-
fice. At the Union the progress -Of
the ball was indicated on a large
board marked- off. similar ;to a grid-
iron. Blue and red discs were used to
indicate which team had the ball.-
A large crowd grouped in the corri-
dor of the Ann Arbor Press building,
and around the Magnard street en-
trance to the building, received the de-
tailed reports, of the game from The
Daily's special wire.

Gymnaium Suits
Shirt--Pants-Shoes and Supporter all for
UNIVERSITY
WwAH SBOOKSTORES

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Indeed
'Tis'soft to write -this kinds of verse
It is not hard at all,
All other types are vastly worse,'
'Tis soft to write this kind of verse
The last tow lines just match the first
What type it is I can't recall,
'Tis soft to write this kind of verse;
It. is not hard' at aIl.
Iaihion is the only thing a woman will love,
lonor or obey, so be careful.
Vheezes of Yester-Year
(This used to'be a favorite in vaudeville)
"Why does Mrs. Jones feed the baby garlic ?"
"Oh, so she can find him' in the dark."

THAT
WAFFLE
BREAKFAST
Waffles, grape fruit, tea,
coffee, milk, hot chocolate,
buttered toast, cinnamon
toast, are all found on sour
'breakfast menu.
Liberty at Maynard

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, $40,000.00
Res#.urce, .......$4,{$)O,001.J4
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North Unuversity Ave.

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DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. 26, i919)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:xo a.
m., and hourly to 9:io p. in.
Jackson Limited andExpress Cars-8 :48
a. mn., and ,every hour to 9 :48 P.. i. (Ex-
presses inake local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bpund-6:o5 a. m., 9:05 a.
m, and every two hours to 9:05 p. m., 10:50
1,. m. To Ypsilanti only, 11:45 p. m., 1:ro
a. mi.'and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-7':48 a. m. and
12:zo a. m.

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For Satisfactory Amateur
Finishing leave your Films

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Drug Store

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The modern version is: Put Radium
Lipstick Bessie, etc.
Little flunks 'in quizzes,
Little bolts from class,
Make a fellow wonder
.How some people pass.

on' Your

The SWAIN do the work

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ORDERS
PROM~PTLY
FILLED.

ESTABLISHED 1857

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Our Daily Novelette
ow does Bill treat his fiance ?"
locks his watch. and calls up the second
s man."

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recently completed and alrcady
ire -apparent. Magazines oncel
i replaced in the racks. Instead,
ing from the reading talles to
red about in confusion. What
ral, however, is to see students
ngth upon sofas and davenports
evidences of muddy shoes upon
7f this neglect is due to careless-
A time that the Union, its fur-
rnent receive the care and con-
entire student body. Let's use
)T abuse them.
TH'S INVENTORY
today marked - the opening of
ersity. More than four weeks
e by and with them have gone
rents in a student's life, times
forming the basis of his college
the foundation for his future
es have slipped by and mistakes
it is not too late for students to
if they find that they have been

He gave her an onyx ring
Whose polished stone reflected
The blush that mounted to her cheeks,
It was so onyx-pected.
-Punch Bowl.
Someone Actually Pulled This
'The 'forestry farm is the warmest place in
Washtenaw county.
"Really?"
"Surely, don't you see there are so mapy er-er-er
firs around it?"
Walk Ten 'Miles and Get Honor Point !-Daily
head. Pneumonia, too.
The poet's life's a sad, sad thing
In all the many nations.
When there's no food he cannot sing,
He can't eat inspi-rations.
. Charlotte Corday.
Newspaper Veracity '
"Mrs. J. T. Miller entertained the Woman's
Reading Circle at her home yesterday evening. AVrs.
Orvil Post read an article on "Voodooism and Per-
sonal Devils. Seventeen were present."-Sandusky
Post.
Blankety-Blank Verse
If you want to be
Strohg and husky
Overnight,
All you have to do
Is to have somebody take a couple
snapshots
Of your biceps
And then leave them
At Calkins
To be developed.
We thank you.
Some Throaw
"Peter McGann was 'seriously injured yester-
day. When riding his motorcycle he hit a rut and
was thrown two miles from the city."-Birming-
ham Eccentric.
Pamous Closing Lines
"I have a few more points, to touch upon," said
the tramp as he climbed the barked wire fence.
Louis XVI.

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For our National Blouse Week we have a very complete display of both dress and tailored models, in all
the winter materials and shades. These are in many distinctive styles both of the usual blouses and of over
blouses, and paneled and two-toned effects with embroidery fringe and bead trimming.
We are also opening the week with a special sale on georgette and crepe de chene blouses-extraordinary
values.
$15.00 values for $8.98
This lot includes blouses of georgette, tricogette in the moire weave, and a few of crepe de chene, in all
the smartest fall shades with trimming of uncut fringe,,contrasting bands, embroidery and beading. These blouses
are of a quite dressy appearance.
$5.95 values for $3.95
In this lot there are flesh washable satin blouses in severe tailored styles, and a large assortiment of dressier
georgette models in all the season's colors in many individual styles.
n Includes one rack of tailored crepe de chene blouses suitable for street and campus wear. In white, flesh
and black they are in a variety of styles.
$5.00 values for $3.95

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