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sncces of a worthy object.
We now have a Campus theater fund.
The women bf the. University have certainly
shown that they are behind the team by the way
they turned out to meet the players at 7 o'clock
last Sunday morning.
There is only one way for the Band to play the
"Yellow and Blue" and that is with their hats on.
Taking their hats off to play the University song
is a serious .breach of etiquette.
The sugar shortage is still on. A teaspoonful
of sugar left in the bottom of a coffee cup does
not help any.
As a matter of courtesy, tip your hat to Presi-
dent Harry B. Hutchins and the deans of the Uni-
Versity.

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The Michigan band should learn the Minnesota
r university song and play it at the game next Sat-
urday..
Youewill not be able to secure your subscription
r to the Michiganensian next spring.
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The Union tap room reminds one of the old
days of Joe's and the Orient.
Remember a, chaperon at a party wants to have
a good time, too.
The University of Michigan ,was founded for the
students.
A few students cannot run the University.
Buy your toque.
- Elie Guillotine
The Song of the Opium Slave
Give me the darkened street
Where the paper lanterns glow,
Where the silent c'oolies suck their pipes
In the house(of Ah Lee Fo,
Forthe joss is burning greenish'
g Where the curtains softly sway
And through the velvet night the moon
Lies brooding o'er the bay.

DETROIT UNITED LINES
('Oct. 26, igig)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:xo a.
m"., anid hourly to 9:10 p. mn.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-8:48
a. n., and every hour to 9:48 p. m. (1 x-
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6 :05 a. m., '9:05 a.
in. and evry two hours to 9:05 p. m.,'xo:5o
p, m. To Ypsilanti only, 11:45 P.im., 1:1o
a. m., and tor Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Ypsilanti.V
Local Cars West Bound-7 :48 a.. rn.and
1220 a. in.

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Give me the dust of the poppy,
A neat and a bamboo bowl,
Lay me beneath the lacquered shrine
And bring me a lighted, coal
For my heart is the gate of sorrow,
,IVIy path is devoid of ease
So 1-t me 'feel in the cooling smoke
The forgotten melodies.
Away with your sodden city,
it's murmuxing voices low,
Let me hear the flower-talk
Where the paper lanterns-glow,
Where the sandals pad upon the walk
To the house of Ah Lee Fo.
Early to bed and early to rise makes
leave college with an empty scrap book.
Rushing Sebson's Over
Twenty-seven dozen Arrow collars,
soiled 'at Fliegal's.-Times News.

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"Why is the baby crying so hard ?"
"Oh, the nurse las been feeding him animal
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to 'death."
Our Daily Melancholia
The melancholy days have come,
The skies are drear and 'cold
But thank the Lord the house is warriy
Because the cellar's coaled.
She Leaned Over the Washboard' Too Much
Mrs. H. B. Simpson has a new .front stoop.-
lassburg, Ill., Democrat.
Our Daily Novelette
'22-'-Soyou're taking Forestry to become a man-
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'22-"Nope, gonna make shoe trees."
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ADVOCATED POISON GAS.
--Head in St. Louis Bulletin.
Wintry morning breezes
With their chilling shock
Make the footwork faster
To that eight o'clock
"This is indeed food for reflection," said the
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LOUIS XVI.

UNION HOUSE RULES TO BE
FORMULATED BY COMMITTEE
The Union house committee will
meet the latter part of this week to
act upon suggestions for house rules,
which have been drawn up by the
chairman of the committee, James I.
McClintock, '21L. The rules will be
formally dramn up and presented to,
the board of directors.
After being accepted by both bodies,
the house rules will go into force im-
mediately, and copies of them will be
placed around the building so that
everyone may become acquainted with
the rules.
Secretary Smith Visits Detroit
Secretary Shirley W. Smith was in
Detroit Monday on business regarding
the opening for bids for the new hos-
pital.
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one recognized means of reaching
student trade.

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