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November 16, 1919 - Image 2

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Banishment of jazz music, at Indiana university
by -Dean Agnes Wells, dean of women at that in-
stitution, precludes the sway Xwhich this form of
music has exercised over all phases of the terp-
sichorean art during the past two years. The pur-
for -
is pose of the edict, according to.Dean Wells, is to
instill into the student body a taste for getter danc-
n d
ing and a better spirit on all social occasions.
This action taken at the downstate institution is
but a reflection of the attitude over the country to-
ward dancing which the masters of the old school
e. style a degeneration Tf the art and the esthete in
an. dancing. It is true that the "shimmy" and the va-
ex rious other, dances which have come forth with
jazz music have really nothing graceful or esthetic
about them. An elite and discriminating clientele
have begun to cast their preference away from the
for jazz dance and its prot6type music. A gradual re-
tor version and preference for the older forms of danc-
tor
for ing with various modifications is now under way.
While jazz is still more. or less popular it is
Jr doomed to pass before long, by the veryinherent
natures of its ihake up and its loose relation to an
art which is older than the tenl1les of the Acropolis.
-Purdue Exponent.

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Managingedit
..Business 'Manag

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The treasurer of last year's J-Hop committee is
to be congratulated on his turning over of the pro-
ceeds of the Hop to a fund for the erection of a
campus theater.

the students are still behind

the team

Oh, well,
anyway.

FOUR STORIES TO
FEATURE TECHNIC
Four special stories will be the fea-
ture of the first issue of the Michigan
Technic, which will. be circulated
Tuesday ;Nov. 8. The Technic which
is published by the Engineering col-
lege and which is the oldest pub-
lication on .the' campus, contains a
story, "Engineering Operations in
Fratice," by Prof. A. H.. Lovell, who
was a colonel in the engineering
corps. 'This- article is published by
the permission sf the chief engineer'
of the United States army..
Dean M. E. Cooley has written for
this issue an article on "Self-analys-,
is." Another feature is written by.
Maurice Kapetansky, '17E, on the heat
treatment of welded materials. "Mod-
ern Com:.iercial Evaporators," by
Prof. W. L. Badger, constitutes the:
fourth feature.
This edition is the 'first of four to
be published this year. It will con-
tain the editorial section; the campus
notes, and engineer alumni news. The
Technic can be obtained by the mem-,
bers of the Engineering'society upon
presentation of their cards. Other
University students will be able to get
them in the halls of the Engineering
building Tuesday.
DR. BARLQW, OF MAYO CLINIC,
VISITINi 1IS ALMA MATER
Dr. Roy-Barlow, '14M, of the Mayo
clinic,' Rochester, Min.,, -came today
with his wife for a visit, with friends
here.
Patronize our advertisers.

Samples -are rea
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DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. 26, 1919)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars--6:Io a.
in., an hourly to 9::o p. m.
Jackson Limited and' Express Cars- :48
a. in., and every hour to 9:48 p. mn. (Fx-
presses make local stops west of Ann' Abor.)
Local Cars East Beund-6:os a. M., 9:05 a.
ra. and every two hours, to 9:os p. m., o:so
p,. n. To Ypsuianti only, II:S p m., 1:10
a. tn., and 1to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Ypsilanti.,
Local .Cars West Bound-7:48 a. m. and
12:20 a. M.

MAS CARS
Ldy Order
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UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORES

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ANN ARBOR CROP SUEY
Excellent CHOP SUEY from
11:30 a. m. to midnight
Steaks and Chop~s 314 S. State
SCHLA ERER SEYFRIED
JEWELERS
Quality and Servc
113E. Liberty St.
Ann Arbor,' Mich.,

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1- The Guiline
LAMENTATIONS
We cannot sing the songs of old
We sang n years'ago.
The Orient's a' memory;
Joe Park'ss' well, you know;
Those sprightly songs, those tonic tunes
Theit joyousness is spent
For who can have a carefree heart
On half of one perceat? '
"To be successful, keep peggingaway," says The
Daily editorial. Play cribbage in other words.
"Visit the enlarged.misses' 'department at Hin-
melhoch's."-Free Pres . Coma early'to avoid the'
crush.
Wheezes' of Yester-Year
- (Thisrone is still eloquent)'
"Ever use Woodbury's soap?"a
"No, he doesnt live at our house."
Modern Version'
"Is that William's Shaving Cream?"
"No, it's° my own."
Two sistersnamed-Chloris and Doris
Who now embellish the chorus
Are 'courting the flu
In a' dance that they do
With costumes exceedingly porous.
lankety-1lank Verse
r(That Illinois Game)
The diplomat is a man who remembers a wom-
an's birthday but forgets her age.'
Ever Tr It?'
Oh, our college libaree,
It is handsome; it is free
But there's one thing that you want to settle right.
You may cuss and tear your hair
But you'll find no quiet there,
For the ladies come to study every night.
Tra-la
For the ladies come to study every night.
Help! Help!
The fresh fragrance of the morning woods came
totheir eager nostrils-moist waftings from clumps
of .hazels where the damp soil was sweetly odor-
ous ; balmy whiffs from fresh verdure, aromatic sav-
ors from lowly patches of pungent' pennyroya
where cobwebs, spread their dew-spangled fab-
rics-fairy. handkerchiefs, dropped in revels over-
night by elfin sprites.-Autumn, by Howell Morris.
Our Daily Novelette'
'23-"That Conningsby Dawson 'who spoke the
other night at 'Hill auditorium sure had a great com-
mand of English."
22-"Why shouldn't he. He was a captain in
the British army."

Finishing leave your Films

at

Quarry's Drug Store
The SWAIN do the work

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For The
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;he caliber of
public health
sition in lay-

ir mental attitudes as care-
asition ,when they climb up
f to witness something be-
e a vastly better world. Of
irly careful where he stands
t tells him not to fall, but
get a broader view... Too
ire adopted and stubbornly
ay be elevated'and nobody
to any two individuals be-
it points of view. Every
s mind he has changed his
1 in the universe.- He may
can see nearly all his fel-
ang on the outskirts of the
e thrown himself into a lit-
>f the purposeful narrow-
rres popular and delights in

is easily explained when you look at our array. These include sweaters
colors and styles.

for all-big and little-in many

We have just unboxed a number of the becoming ripple sweaters, of fancy and distinctive weaves
and the ripple skirt and sleeve. These are in white, American beauty, pekin blue, cosal, 'reindeer, heliotrope,
royal purple and black. .
There is just as wide a choice in the open front sweaters with the Tuxedo vests, of brushed angora.
This is more distinctly an outdior and sport sweater.
The attractive hand crocheted sweaters in filet are here in many colors which harmonize with the
winter suit shades.

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We Have

Individual Gifts For All
Member Of The'Family

is of view
to the old
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are thou-
by which.
hat a con-

And

Seen in the Cemetery
Here Lies Sarah B. Champion
Born
Died
Let Her R I P

At All Prices

'So this is Paris," said Helen of Troy as she
ined up for the beauty contest.
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