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words, if signed,, th'e sig.
nt, but as an evidence of
lished in The Daily at the
mailed to The Daily office.
0o consideration. iNo man.
iter incloses postage.
ndorse the sentiments ex-
. . Managing Editor
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. Business Manager
. News Editor
. City Editor
.Sports Editor
. ....Women's Editor
... ....Telegraph Editor
ARD
Charles R. Osius, Jr.

Advertising Manager
..Issue Manager
.~Office Manager
. .... .Publication Manager
Circulation Manager
.Subscription Manager
..Guillotine Editor
.Music Editor
... ....Literary Editor
.Exchange Editor
.. . Campaign Editor
.Efficiency Editor
EDITORS
J. Adams BrewsterDCampbell
.ophy John I. Dakin
AL STAFF
3. Riley Robert C. Angell
chermerhorn Robert D. Sage
* Thomas J. Whinery
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cult in achieving give genuine satisfaction.
It is because men desire to choose ;and select,. bat-
tling against environment and petty, circumstance,
reaching out to a completeness never realized be-
fore; that they are inclined to magnify the limita-
tions repelling them. But why forget that limita-
tion ;exists only that it may be overcome? More
'truth than otherwise is expressed in the sentence--
"When it is finally settled that the thing is impos-
sible-watch some fellow do it." So, it savors of
laziness to stay the attempt because the goal looks
too far away. Every man who 'is putting himself
through college, everybody who takes a course
deemed necessary although individually unpleas-
ant, every athlete who has run in a race, will say
that attaining a certain end was sufficient recom-
pense for the temporary limitations imposed.
It has been said that nature never intended Theo-
dore Roosevelt to be a great man. As a boy he used
to be carried by'his father out into the fresh air of
,the country that a throat affection might 'be sub-
dued and he could breathe more easily. Yet we
have the superb example of a man who radically
refused to remain a weakling.
* A man's greatest limitation is in himself. Sub-
ordinate self to a purpose and you lose the worst.
enemy of, progress. What if you taste only of the'
vision? That is a part of the reality.
THE THIEF HAS NO PLACE AT MICHIGAN
Lgt's make honesty a tradition!
There is piresent in Michigan some stealing and
dishonesty. Where so many students gather from
so many different environments there is bound to
be some stealing. Fortunately dishonesty in Mich-
igan is not prevalent but what is present should im-'
mediately be earnestly discouraged by the student
body.
There are many petty thefts such as the losses of
laboratory coats, text books, hats, and slide rules
which are being continually called to notice. In the
Library this week there are posted three notices,
each announcing the loss of either a coat or a hat.
Such losses are being called toy attention in every
building. Michigan should try to stop this under-
hand dishonesty.
If the send off could be compared to a heavy dew,
let's male the homecoming, regardless of the re-
suit of th~e game, a regular' Johnstown flood. y
'J-indenberg was greeted in Berlin by a'- crowd'
singing "Germany over all." Well it is all over ex-
'cept the singing-by the Allies.I
Ehe Guillotine
Fall Sona

DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. 26, igig)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
- (Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:10 a.
mn., ;and hourly to 9 :ro 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., -9:05 a.
m. and every two hours to 9:os p. in., 1o:so
[,."-n ,To gYpsilanti only, 114 pi. \r:xo
p a . T o p i a t on y 1:4 p" m . ":0a. m ., and to Saline, change at Y psilanti.
Ypsilanti. '
Local Cars West Bound-7:48 a. m. and
12:20 a. in.
NOTICE-Patrons are reminded that
the concert in Hill Auditorium, Mon-
day evening, by the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra, will begin on time
(8 o'clock) and that the 'doors will
be closed during the performance of
numbers. Holders of course tickets
are requested to detach, in advance,
and present for admission coupon
"2."-Adv.
Masonic Temple
Ypsilanti
PROF I. H. MITTENTHAL
'extends an invitation to each
Michigan Student to attend
his Dancing School and As-
semblage every Saturday
evening at the
DANCE TONIGHT
MASONIC
TEMPLE
Dancing, 8:30 to 11:30

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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, $550,000.00
Rewoaroes .........$4,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North University Ave.

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MR. OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH, Cond
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't is The wild wind snorteth thru the bluish dusk
of and shaketh the festive snowflake over dell
sent'. ~ and dingle.~
sent It walketh over the housetops like the angel of
in- death.
of It causeth the coal man to frisk ecstatic like a lamb-
ys- kin on the mead and make joyful acclamaion
city even unto the third and fourth generation.
aue Yea. Old Rover barketh no longer at the pale
moon but snoozeth with unholy glee beneath
the kitchen stove. Se-lah.
ex- The landlord and the ash sifter doth perpetual ma-;
any tion with much fervor and little Willie shaketh
icu- a wicked hip about the cooky crock.
Art. The woodchuck wrinkleth his nose at the frost and
>ro- diggeth his hole with much smoke and the bear
crammeth his digestion with huckleberries.,
;ic;d " Tis a long sleep.
. It 'Grandpa cheweth sadly on a cough drop and
ceter grandma hollereth unto all the world for the
of. sweet solace of the hot water bottle and her
hich earmuffs.
The rustic parketh Fa nie by the hydrant and
>tto sneaketh away to insole his inner conscious-
ness with gumdrops.
Amaryllis danceth with St. Vitus in the shade and
all the children of Ham raise their voices on
Jni- high to begat cuss words at the beautiful snow.
at No wonder the corn is shocked!

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ARGONNE
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form-fit
COLLAR
CluettPeabody&Co.Inc.Troy.N.Y.
Th name "Argonne" is used by courtesy of the
Argonne Shirlt Co,, Pliladeli!lda

Hill Auditorium, Monday , 28P.M c
TICKETS-$1.00, $1.50, $2.00; a few course

still available at $4.50 and $5.09.

On sale

School of Music.

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In considering the purchase of a

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ries for the U
i consideration
r the last sev4
tion of one r
imposing list
e question has

eral
ore
of
ac-

than. this, the acute housing problem
tiversity faced at the beginning of the
ias made the authorities realize that
s to be done---and done soon. And the
es: :"Are dormitories the solution ?"
il number of students enrolled in the
is year will probably never be dimin-
arger the student body, the more dif-
iold it together. The Michigan Union
et but it is impossible for it to carry
ing influence to the extent of holding
dent body together. Students are now
over th# city and it. is natural that a
on of the student body, be lacking.
;e dormitories, which would be placed
>us, as a help at least to unification?
LIMITATION
is forward looking, always wants
lis reach ever exceeds his grasp. He
vell-being with a purpose or aim that,
part, seems impossible of attainment,

We hopeth the Varsity wil have a Peach of a
time at Champaign and incidentally that Illinoise
Goetz bad Fortune. Is Dunne up Czsyz-stemati-
cally as it were.
The rooters hope to have a corking good time.
Wheezes of Yester-Year
(This used to be popular in athletic circles)'
He-"You are the goal of my affections."
She-"Ten yards for holding."
Some Teeth -
Lost-Pair of false teeth walking down Wood-
ward avenue.-Detroit Free Press.

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Fall and Winter
Suit or Overcoat
Come and Inspect Oir Stock of

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As we have the best assortment to be found in
the City* All the styles desired by young men,
in a wide range of colors and pattern, finely tail,
ored from pure woolen fabrics.

Our Daily Melancholia
The melancholy days have come,
The prof his vengeance seeks
For mid-semesters will be here
In just a couple weeks.

$25 $30 $35 $40 $45 $50 $55 $6O
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Have you heard, the one about the Freshman
taking the suit to the Press Building? Well-

"Cut out

Famous Closing Lines
e ruff stuff," said Queen Elizabeth to
r. LOUIS XVI.

LINDENSCHMIDT

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