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November 20, 1919 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-11-20

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WE NEED SOME NEW YELLS
of the University have an athletic yell that
eculiar possession of the University of Mich-
tis the famous Michigan locomotive.
nctive yells like the Michigan locomotive
of the greatest assets that a university may
To all attendants at our athletic events, they
distinctive kind of advertising.
variety is the spice of life," so it becinoes
nous for cheer. leaders and listeners to use
ar the same yell repeated over' and over
The University 'is not gifted with a super-
nce of-yells. In fact, it possesses an-insuf-
number of really good ones. It should not
ng for any loyal student to appreciate the
n and do as much as he can to remedy it.
na "U" recently gave a benefit dance to buy
ns for the band. Wonder if they adopted a
of "Dance to fit the band."
e are pioneers even in these days. Witness
of the New York public, in declaring a milk
gainst the dealers.
need a campus theater.

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DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. 26, 1919)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor' and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Car-6:io a.
in., and hourly to 9:io p. m.
.Jackson Limited 'and Express Cars-8:48
a. .m., and every hour to 9:48 p. m. (45x-
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:05 a. m., 9:05 a.
m. and every two hours to 9:05 p. m., 10:0,
p,. m. To Ypsilanti only, uxi: 5 p.:in., t :to
a. n.. ad to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-7:48 a. m. and
t2:2oa. m.
NOTICE.
The second.lesson of the ,advanced
"Students' Dancing Class" will be held
tonight in the Old Union Dance Hall.
Members of the class are requested
to be there at Seven-fifteen, as the
class will start promptly.-Adv.
Senior and. Junior Engineer Cordu-
roy Trousers at Wagner. &:Co. State
St.-Adv.
K If you aren't satisfied, we can't be.
We make "Portraits that Please" you
at Derr Studio.-Adv.

PLRSONAL XfrIS
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A Grecian Landscape
The field's alive with 'butterflies,
The tepid river creeps.
Hiding beneath the saplesssgrass
A lizard sleeps.
- The Judas trees are painted red,
The pear trees painted white;
The sun swoons in an ashen sky
Blinded with light.

REAL

BUCKSKIN GLOVES
The GLOVE OF SATISFACTIC
We have them in all colors, and
Styles

Eleusis' road winds by the sea,
The stones are soft with dust;
A wrinkled woman walking by
Eats her black crust.

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with a lurch, the sun goes down;
A sudden moon appears,
boats along the amber sky-
)ew falls, like tears.
-Gerald Cumberland.
surface is a crust-each man having
What's In a Name?
Wanted-Apply Yonge and Wild.-
Press.
: the Michigan Union tap room be-
so much knocking done about it.

TINKER &
CLOTHES, FURNIS
So. State St.

forme-fit
COLLAR
ClucettPeabody CdCo. Inp. Tray, N.Y.
The name "Argonne" is used iy courtesy of the
Arorne S',Iit Co~. Piaidelplh!a

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nt this one).
espeare yesterday."
-"Did he speak to you?"

The man who courts
'But does not wed
Often goes
To court instead.
Art for Art's Sake

F OR real enjoyment
and delight, one box
of Murads is worth a
dozen packages of
ordinary cigarettes that
"merely smoke."
Murads are Pure Turkish!
100%
Buy a package
of Murads. If you
are not more
than satisfied,
return half' the
package to us
and get all your
money back. I,

hunter of big game I would like to
ion to that Gargoyle- cover. It shows
io has the profile of a Pribiloff seal
sylvan wildwood with a slide trom-
id and on the end of said trombone
gull. The gentleman is attired in a
ide colored vest, golf stockings and
I up in the right hand corner there
r buzzard with a swallow tailed coat
how
-South African Student.

Modesty thy namle is waltz.
Our Daily Novelette'
She-"I hope there is no family skeleton in your
household ?"
He-"Not unless it's Aunt Clara. She's five feet
ten and weighs ninety-eight pounds."
Delicate Work
Wanted-Woman to wash, iron and milk two
cows.-Rochester Herald.
Little campus doggies
Snoozing in the class
Delight the jaded students
And help the hours pass.
Some traditions are like the old family tooth
brush. They are passed from mouth to mouth tin-
til they are worn out and then they should be dis-
carded.

We are not
afraid to make
this offer-
MURADS ARE
TURKISH - the
world's most
famou.s tobacco
for cigarettes.
Judge for
yourself-!
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Famous Closing Lines
you get that stuff ?" said Guinevere
elot staggered out of the family en-
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