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Charles R. bsius, Jr.
Heth

Surely it is a chance which we cannot let slip by
without tarnishing to some extent our reputation
as an institution of learning and belying theobject
to which we.are pledged. It is such men as Dun-
sany And Maeterlinck that most of us have studied
and are now studying with an idea of gaining some
insight into their particular attitudes towards the
world. If, then, we forfeit the opportunity of com-
ing into the very presence of these men, sutely we
cannot seem to be laboring in all seriousness. ,
With outr numerous organizations for the foster-
ing of literature, besides an earnestly inclined stu-
dent body and faculty, therehould be no possible
chance of Michigan's being deprived of this un-
usual opportunity of furthering her ideals.
It is claimed that professional soccer players are
better paid than the average baseball player. Why
shouldn't they, they have to do more kicking for
their money.
An Evansville doctor answered a sick call in
an aeroplane. No wonder professional calls come
so high.

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DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. 26. 1919)
Betwieen Detrbit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6 :o a.
in., and hourly to g:io p. m.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-8:48
a. in.,' and every hour to 9:48 P. iM. (Ex-
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local cars East Bound-6:os a. 11., 9:05 a.
m. and every two hours to9:oS p. m., 1o:5o
si. mn. To Ypsilanti only, 11:45p.,in., r :10
a. n., and to Saline, change at psilanti.
Ypsilanti.
Iaocal Cars West Bound-7:48 a. m. and
12:20 a. m.

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To the students of Tile University of HIchigan who take advanitage of this offer now made in

My doctor advised me
To wrestle and run,
To get the best appetite
Under the sun ;
But let me ask this,
With the high cost of board,
How much of an appetite
Can one afford?

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The South Carolina editor who could not tell the
difference between good and bad poetly did not ob-
tain his early training as editor of a college maga-
zine. 'Such magazines publish only one kind of
poetry.
High grade couple dancing at the Packard.--Daily
ad. Seen 'em?
a . ' S e n " ?W heezes of . Y es er-Y ear
(This one has /been forgotten by most of us)
George-Wasn't the Glee club wonderful and in-
spiring?
Georgette-Yes, even my gloves were suede by
emotion
Little we think
Less we do
Ain't it funny
How we. pull through.
Brutally Candid
MissRFay Martin was hostess at a tea given in
honor of Mrs. Robert Besse and Mrs. Frank Gra
ham recently. As these. ladies are moving- away it
was a very enjoyable affair.-Prophetstown Echo.
He had a wife for thirty years,
And loved her very dearly.
But when at last she up and died,
He acted rather queerly.
"Oh, yet, I liked her well enough,"
He said with charming taste,
"But really it was such a bore
To hook up Bessie's waist.
Stowaway.
The First Families of the Land
Mari-iage licenses were granted to Johnny Little
Bear, 28, and Miss Rose Big Mosquito, i6.- Sa-
pulpa, Ok., Herald.,
Our Daily Novelette
She-Waiter, I found a lightning bug in this here
Chinese chop suey.
Waiter-N rally madame, that ,is the foreign
matter.
Why Someone Threw a Brick Through the
Editor's Windshield
Martin Collison shipped a carload of hogs up to
Chicago yesterday. A number, of the neighbors
,went in to make up the car.-Champaign, Ill., Dem-
ocrat.
The college student of today
Does everything with ease
He even takes his good old time
And graduates by degrees.
Heard on the Campus
"Do they have winter sports in Russia?"
"Yep, they go slaying all the time."
BEE PALMER, ORIGINATOR OF SHIM-
MIE, AT KEITH'S THIS WEEK.
-Public Ledger.
And right next to it:
HAMILTON, THE WATCH WITH THE
PERFECT MOVEMENT.
Ramous Closing Lines
"A skin you love to touch," said the traffic cop as
he skidded on the empty banana.
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JAPANESE EDITOR AND "Y"
HEAD VISITORS HERE MONDAY
D. Tdgawa, ex-vice mayor of Tokio,
Japan, a member of the Japanese par-
liament, and editor ofthe Tokio Cap-
ital, visited the University Monday
with Misaki Shimadju, superintendent.
of the Japanese Y. M. C. A. In Chica-
go.
Both visitors came here ,from De-

troit, where they were attending the The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
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OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS
unsany, the eminent Irish dramatist and
Vaeterlinck, the mystic dramatist from
.re tp appear in the city of Detroit within

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They represent two cases
,ard men of today as the
ithout being guilty of' un-

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Jeetroit and one of the world's
earning, is to entertain either of
campus. Unless the matter is

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