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November 23, 1919 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-11-23

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THE UNIVERSITY
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Monday during the Ur Ivey.
Student Publications.
iCIATED PRESS
ely entitled to the use fgr
edited to it or not otherwise
yews published therein.
Arbor, Michigan, as second

even though they themselves could never compete
as his rivals. The time of hero-worship is over,
and the prevalent custom of the times is to pro-
mote some popular inferior whom everyone knows
depeids upon his friends for advancement rather
than upon any innate qualities of leadership. It
has, often been said that the greatest men never
occupy the biggest posts in our government, and one,
of the unfortunate fads cultivated in the name of
democracy is resistance to a. genuine leader.
In the long run, however, it is the men who in-
sists upon individuality who remains a positive
force. Thus the masses of mankind have been gov-
erned by minorities, by the few who know what
they want. The majority usually lacks purpose and
aim. The 'man of influence, though he may remain
practically obscure, is the man with purposes and
the oman who remains infallible to them.

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r in print, but as an evidence of
be published in The Daily at the
at or mailed to The Dai lyoffice.
eceive no consideration. No man-
the writer incloses postage.
sarily endorse the sentiments ex.
.Managing Editer
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. Business Manager
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.Ns Editor
.~ity Editor
.Sports Editor
.Women's Editor
.Telegraph Editor
AL BOARD
Charles R. Osius, Jr.
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Women need new swviming pool.-Head
same holds true for the men, without the
fving new."
Are you a 20th Century Rip Van Winkle?

The
quali.

DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. 26, =919)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6: io a.
)i"., arid hourly to ,: o p. m.
Jackson Limited and' Express Cars-8:48
a. m., and every hour to 9:48 p. m. *(Lx-
presses make lodal stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:05 a. m., 9:05 a.
m. and every two hours to 9:osp . m., 10:50
i. 'n. To Ypsilanti only, ii:4g p. m., x :ro
a. ni., and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West* Bound--7 :48 a.m and
12:2o a. m.
PROFESSORS GIVE
EXTENSION TALKS,

PERSONAL XMAS CARDS
Samples are ready Order
them now

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.Subscription Manager
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Thomas J. Whinery
rSINESS STAFF
elle Farnum D. P. Joyce
es Holmquist Robt. Somerville
ynard Newton Arthur L. Glazer
NOVEMBER 23, 1919.

:r-Lee M~.

Woodruff

4G WITH MICHIGAN
FLETICS?
ion has been echoing and re-
Zer'of the campus to the other
fe during the past weeks until
roken into a shower of criti-
solutions out of which must
of Michigan athletics.
present the supposed consen-
been called on for open ex-
the situation with the hope
>f sentiment there will appear
Unfortunately, the' greatest

Evening
Pale ships within the harbor lie,
The harbor calm, with warm dusk filled;
Black masts are lined against the sky
A&nd restless enginfes now are stilled.
We sail boats flutter to and fro,
Soft Spanish love songs fill the air;
On shore gay lights begin to glow.-
A city's necklace gleameth there.
A yellow cloud marks in the sky
The place where cay and twilight meet.
The pale moon glimmers, wvan and high.,
And blue-black dusk drifts dowt the street.
Sudden\ly the night comes, and the dark,
As black as Spanish lady's hair,
In tropic dusk and twilight's musk;
Ah City, you are passing fair.
Al Schoenfield.
A man needs good enemies as well as friends.
The make him careful..
Wheeoes of Yester-Year
(This one went big when they were 40c a dozen)
"Look at the millionaire over there"
How do you know he's a millionaire ?"
"Simple. He's got egg on his vest."
My body lies in Texas,
My soul in Tennessee.
-From'a poem by Burton Crandall-.
The modern poet sure has a hard time leeping
body and soul together as it is.,

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'Fruit.

"Health First"

Cand
Cigars
Cigarettes

EAT AT'
OREN'S
REGULAR MEALS
LUNCHES AT ALL HOURS

Sandwiches
Cream Waffles
Dairy Dishes

Under the auspices of the Univer-
sity Extension service the following'
lectures were given during the past,
week:
J. S. Reeves, professcr of political,

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science, gave an address on "Won- ers' club of'St. Joseph, Nov. 11
en's Political Rights," Nov. 17, in I attendance was 350.
Detroit. One hundred and seventy- C Prof. C. O. Davis of the edui
five attended. department; spoke on '"Modern
W. D. Henderson, professor of phy- encies in Education," :Nov. 21,
sics and director of the University Ex-. Johns.
tension service, spoke on' "The Re-
discovery of America," at the Teach- Patronize our advertsers.

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The Best Attractions First!
Some girls are born vamps;
some acblev the art and oth- .
ers have it thrust upon them.
Neme's came all three ways.

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f the student body
>nly medium is that
led "attitude."
de" may not be ex-
which carries a tre-
workings of things
ss or altogether lack
me in for the vast
sm as directed to-
make up Michigan.
ility which seeks to
season to the next

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Little words of wisdom
Little bits of sham
Make the mighty C mark
Out of a D exam.

afronted with evidence designed to
ss inefficiency of certain factors, the'
ss acumen of others, and the outright
f still others. These questions, how-
individuals and it is obviously inex-
unfair to bring them into a general-.
es have a place in a perspectiye con-
he entire matter, is the idea of Duty
enough, is suggested in every .one of
ments. It is not the vapid and popular,
duty that we want here. We do not'
se of duty which prompts a man to
n obligations in an indifferent or even
it simply because he is expected to.
of duty that makes a man go out and
hings that he knows he should but
ssarily do,, that Michigan must and
o her men.
d ask yourselves, you seven men and
'ichigan man, whether you have liyed.
ception of your duty or whether you
rely satisfying the popular conception
.tions ! Read every oneof the seven
id. then ask 'yourself what part is
can be 'determined fromn striking a
the information at hand, it appears
elding H. Yost perhaps came closest

GE'NERAL BLISS IN NEW YORK.-Free
Press. City gone wet again?
The Grain of Dust
Hers was a beauty, ethereal as' a star's. Hair
like the gold of a mountain dawn, eyes that seemed
to be bits of heaven. She was his ideal,-an ideal
always to be worshipped, but to be worshipped al-
ways from afar.
Then on that glad day when they met, and the
days -that had followed -ntoxicating, maddening
days, when life had been to' him like a heady wine-
oh, life had been a living glory !
His was a feeling above that of Earth when he
wandered with her under the starlight, and he had
known a clean spiritual communion with her on the
long tramps they had taken together through the
dying autumn haze.
Yes, she was the Only' Woman=-He had been
sure of that, and then-
He took her to .Sunday dinner; $4.85 was the
amount of the check.
They ain't npne of 'em perfect!
-Cornell Daily Sun.
Our Daily Novelette
(After the intra-mural games)
She--Archie, you look worried. What have you
on your chest?
He-Darn it, Mabel. Can you smell that li'vi-
ment over there?
Three Million Five Hundred Thousand Gallons
of Whiskey in U. S.-Detroit Free Press. That
was yesterday though.

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The Story of a Natural-born Vamp Who Did Nothing More Questionable Than a Shimnmy Danc(
"A VIRTUOUS VAMP"

A DUTY OF SERV-

LEADERS
dmeands, personality, judgment and
power must be obtained from amen
g to be led; from the multitudes who
guide. Thus it is that a leader is the,
serves, and his tottering position de-
e support he receives from below

"There was a small girl representation there."-
Daily story. Where we ask were the more Ama-
zonic? .
At the Health Service
Doctor to man with bruised feet-"Ha, walking
in the country with English shoes ?"
* Patient-"No, sir. French heels at the Armory."

The story of a miss with principles pure as the Ten Commandments, with a
pair of eyes that made Cleopatra look like a consumptive selling-plater and
with a list of "damped" victims reaching from Frisco to Main Street, New
York.
EXTRA ADDED ATRACTIONS:
Topics Briggs Comedy Holmes Travwe
Paramount-Artcraft Magazine Majestic Or cE

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"That
ropped

Famous Closing Lines
ains to be seen," said the butler as he
:ustard pie upon the floor.
LOUIS XVI.

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