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November 21, 1919 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-11-21

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IAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY
OF MICHIGAN
d every morning except Monday during the Univer-
the Board in Control of Student Publications.
EMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
ociated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for
of all new's 'dispatches credited to it or not otherwise
his paper and the local news published therein.
at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second
tion by carrier or mail, $3.50.
Ann Arbor Press building, Maynard street.
Business, 96o; Editorial, 2414.
ications not to exceed 3oo words, if signed, the sig.
necessarily to appear in print, but as an evidencetof
0tices of events will be published in The Daily at the
the Editor, if left at or mailed to The Daily office.
mmunications' will receive no consideration. No man-
be- returned unless the writer incloses postage.
ly does not necessarily endorse the sentiment.s ex,
he communications.
arey .........................Managing Editor
Phone 2414 or io16
lette, Jr..................'....Bsiness Manager
Phone 96o or 2738
bert.............................. News Editor'
bell ................................ City Editor
.......Sports Editor
ernstein..........................Telegraph Editor
E4ITORIAL BOARD
km EIan ICharles R. Osius, Jr,
H. Hardy Heth
GainesJr. .................. Advertising Manager
vell ................................ Issue Manager
ng .......Office Manager
hesd ..........................Publication Manager
td ....................Subscription Manager

.Guillotine
. . . . ... . . . . . . .. . M usic
....t... Literary
-. . Exchange
~Campaign
.. . . . . . . . . . . .Efficiency a

Editor
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.SSUE EDITORS
gomasg I.Adams Brewster Campbell
orge Brophy John I. Dakin
DITORIAL STAFF
'illiam H. Riley Robert C. Angell
atrina Schermerhorn Robers D. rSag
Thomas J. Winery
XSINESS STAFF
Labelle Farnum D. P. Joyce
~nes Holmquist. Robt. Somerville
Layrard,Newton Arthur L. Glazer
N.OVEMBER 21,' 19191.
.itor-Thomnas H. Adams
7 BLOCK "M" MEANS
than ever before, the block "M"
n the student body-general sup-
>ng- that demanded its reinstate-
Members of the Athletic asso
y condemned the block "M", and
perpetuate this tradition is not
this year, then there will prob-
ich attempts in the future.
not one of the moment only ; it

but Mr. Hamilton himself knew of no better lo-
cation for it than the campus.
Cordial relations between the city and the Uni-
versity are necessary if both are to prosper in real-
izing to the highest possibilities their common aims
and ideals. They have not been friendly in the
past. This fountain should serve as an emblem of
the closer union that is growing between them as a
result of a reciprocal realization that co-operation
will tend toward their mutual development.
HELPTHE GARGOYLE WIN THE CUP
The Gargoyle, humor magazine of the Univer-
sity, has a good chance of winning the cup for the
best material submitted from any college humor
magazine to the coming "College Wit Number" of
Judge, according to the managing editor of the
Gargoyle'
The magazine will need, however, the help and
co-operation of every student in the University. The
winning of the cup must be an All-Campus affair.
Eveiy student will have to. submit articles and
drawings in order that only the best will be sent
into th'e national humor magazine.
It will be, as printed in an editorial of this months'
Gargoyle, "an opportunity of gold and silver."
We can all help the Gargoyle win the cup.
Milwaukee police are baffled by the strange hap-
penings in a haunted house. Well, you can hardly
blame that city for not giving up all its spirits last
July.
Will the Senate be able to see through. things
when Glass takes his seat?
Learn the Yellow and Blue.
I~ The Guillotinej
PERCEPTIONIST VERSE*
*Ed. Note.-The Guillotine has secured the serv-
ices of Giovanni Picasso, the celebrated Italian vers
librist, who is fostering a new movement in impres-
sionistic free verse called the Perceptionist style.
Free, untrammeled imagination coupled with a cer-
tain daring metaphorical extravaganza is the pre-
dominating feature of the new style.
The Wreck of the Hesperus
A woman is laying a tin roof.
Whang! Whang! Goes the hammer.
Her hair crackles in the'wind,
It flaunts in auburn wantonness, her throat
CIs flushed and ruddy, she spent the summer
;picking cherries.
She ripples out a laugh-like cobwebs trailing
in the dawn
And bends her supple back.
Whang! Whang ! Goes the hammer..
Her hair crackles in the wind.
Ha ! Curl papers.
Paul Revere's Ride
Oh, to be a codfish,
To roam the flinty caverns of the deep and browse
upon.
The rose pink flush of dawn that sits upon the
wavelets;,
To feel the tug of lurching winds, the flying spray
And live
Through green amber days and velvet nights with
finger tips of darkness
Lurking o'er the coral.
Ah, Weed fronds waving; gaunt, staring shadows
Like plantains up the sea wall creeping.
Oh to be a codfish!
Danny Deever
'1 e moon lies in the sky like a curve of lemon peel.
Dripping radiance it tusks the wind ridden clouds.
Below me lies the city, a crazy quilt of enormity.
High red brick shoulders huddle together and, strain

upwards;
Shadows slouch together drunkenly in the lea of
flaming arc lights;
Others are strewn about like spilled fruit.
Lanterns blink along the housetops as sparrows on
a window ledge.
They glow dully like cigar ends in the street, ha, a
snowflake.
America I love You!
The Cotter's Saturday Night
I love the mysterious; the mighty secrets
Locked fast in nature's bosom,
The keen biting mental test, the Tertijim Quid,
The thought vortex; that rattles our brain like peas
in an empty pod;
The glow of conquest, the dynamic rapture of ex-
ploration,
I love all these.
Ah mystery, mighty, fraught with the cosmic and
the intangible,
Thy name is hamburger.
The Song of Roland"
The smell of the newly flushed gutter after the
warm rain.
The splash of yellow mud on the flanks of the ,pop
corn vendor's horse.
The girl with the red shawl carrying a cabbage
wrapped in newspaper.
The sour wind lipping at the torn awning of the fish
market.
Mud! Fish ! Girl! Cabbage !

DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. 6. 19x9)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern'Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6 :to a.
m., and hourly to 9:to p. m. "
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-8:48
a. in., and,,every hour to #+48 p. in. (Ex.
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:d5 a. m., 9:05 a.
M. and every two hours to 9:os p. M., 10:50
V. m. To Ypsilanti only, 11: 44,p. 1n., 1:10
a. rn.. and to Saline,.change at Ypsilanti.
Ypsilanti,
Local Cars West Bound--7:48 a. m.. and
r,2:2o a. iM.
UNION ANNOUNCES
DANCE SCHEDULE
No more general membership danc-
es will be given by the Union. All of
them will be class and college af-.
fairs as started two weeks ago, and
the program will be continued be-
ginning with the week of Nov. 28.
Tickets for these dances will be lim-
ited to members of the particular
classes on the first day of the sale,
and the general membership 'will not
be 'privileged to secure tickets until 1
o'clock of the following day. The
.only general membership dance to be
given in the near future is one from
2:30 to 5:30 o'clock on Thanksgiving,
afternoon. Tickets go on sale .for 75
c'ents at 5 o'clock next Tuesday.
Union oflicials hope by this new
policy to bring out a more. equitable
distribution of dance tickets., They
point out that a certain group of men
secured most of the tickets for each
night, thus cutting out many who are
unable to come at -the hour of sale.
The original schedule will be carried
out, but if it is found that there, is
an exceedingly great demand for
tickets one night and very little for
the next night, some changes will
probably be made.
The present schedule is: Junior
lits. and junior engineers, Wednesday,
Nov. 26; Law school, Friday, Nov. 28;
,Medical school, Saturday, Nov. 29;
sophomore lits and engineers, Friday,
Dec. 5; Dental school, Saturday, Dec.
6; freshman engineers, Friday, Dec.
12; Pharmical school and Homoeo-
pathic school, Saturday, Dec. 13;
freshmnufits, Friday, Jani. 19,, and
architects, Saturday, Jan. 10. The
senior lit and engineer dance was giv-
en Friday, Nov. 7.
Dancing SchoolI

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ANN ARBOR CHOP SUEY
Excellent CHOP SUET from
S11:0 a. m. to midnight
Steaks and Chops '14 S. State
The Name
i. P. Eschelbach
has always stood
for the BEST in
MEATS
202 E. Huron Street
PHONE 821

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e your attitude in a.
nen on the campus
the block "M", thus
>f student sentiment.
the studenfs them-
Remember'that the

Have you noticed
Drun "M" Books and Alb
in our window? There are soi
ones that are much better. Loo
over.
Hot Chocolate season is here.
high quality of the chocolate t
use is responsible for the excell
the drink.

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QUESTIONS
the prime requisites in acquiring a full'
is knowing how and when to ask ques-
tas there are those who make a'practice
a n'rultitude of trivial questio ns, so are
those who, fearing to betray ignorance,
snt when a few words of explanation
r up all haziness in their minds.'
mer class refuse to attempt to answer
questions or to reason out what are ob-
ions. Every dubious matter which they'
must be put to the instructor for an ex-
vhich is needed by but a f raction of the
s therefore wasting the time of 'a great
But this is not all. - - When these.
rs have finished the process of scholastic
their'knowledge consists of a series of
> questions instead of a coherent gen-
tion which will enable them to face new
vith the confidence born of a sound train-
nd class are perhaps the greatest suffer-
fail to understand the idea of the class-
the relation betw'ven instructor and stu-
wever' simple a question may seem to
they should cultivate a sufficient confi-
heir own mental equipment to realize
iestion is worthy of an answer. More
of those instructors 'and students who
parently simple questions, have often be-
ar greater and less justified ignorance
The average student is of more than
entality and need not hesitate to demand
is of questions that arise in his mind.
do we forget that the student is here to
he teacher to teach.
iste your time and that of others by ask-
ns for the sake of asking, but, in justice
see to it that you understand what is

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ARMORY

324 South State St.

Guaranteed to teach you the
One Step, Foi Trot and Glide
Waltz. Don't be a wall-flower.
'Keepl young by dancing.
Class, 6:30 to 8:30, Friday
evenings.
Special inducement to ladies.
Lessons, $3.00; single lesson,
5. cents
HL.H.. ITTENTHAL, Instructor

Ea.,'&, So. University Ave.
711, Packard St

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74WASHINGTON BOULEVARD
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IF YOU WANT A REAL
"English Imported Cap"
FLATERY HAS IT

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Ladies Tailored Hats
Ladies Riding Caps
Polo Caps and Helmets

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Thos. J Flattery, Inc.

RSITY CO-OPERATION
f the Hamilton fountain is a me-
harmony that should exist be-

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