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November 26, 1919 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-11-26

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r' One more event remains before Michigan's 1919
- footlall season becomes history. This event is sym-
r bolic' of all that- the' season has stood for to those
1e 22 men who played the leading parts in its activi-
ties. It is the awarding of the Varsity "M's".
d With the idea of making of the occasion an
event worthy of its nature, it has been suggested
that a final monster mass meeting or allcampus
smoker be held for the purpose of bringing the
1e entire student body together for the ceremony of
presentations. The last gathering for this purpose
K" was the memorable Athletic smoker of 1916 which,
up to that time, had been considered a vital part of
'r each year's program. Since 1916, however, the
r custom has 'apparently degenerated and the Jetters
- ~have been handed out promiscuously to the individ-
,r ual men.
Certainly the yellow "M" is a trophy to distin-
guish its owner. .Discontinuance of the old occa-
sion of presentations should not be countenanced
by men who hold the ipsignia for what it is. Such
a gathering has found the approval and, recommen-
dation of the Athletic association which has offered
to meet the incidental expenses. If we are to per-
er petuate liichigan's worth-while customs, the "M"
)r nass meeting or smoker must be revived.
Let's finish the season with flying colors and in
j true Michigan ashion !



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Perhaps President Wilson will be 'more careful
about senate representation on peace committees
after this.
Coal Situation Improving.-News head. Little
less black, we suppose.
The Guillotine

Fire Saturday night, Nov. 22, de-;
stroyed the main buildings of the
University of Montreal, better known!C
as Laval university. Estimated loss
is $400,000, all covered by insurance.
Have those room neat and clean
for Thanksgiving. Wall-paper, paint,
kalsomine, stains, varnishes at Major
& Co. Phone 237.-Adv.r .
Patronise the Dally Advertisers.=


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anni Picasso, founder of the new PER-
IST school, has undertakento obtain a
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after the manner of the Finnish



new class begins FRIDAY, NOV.
28.. If you spend your money
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guarantee to teach you the
latest dances. It you want to
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Class, '7:00 to 8:30. Special
price to ladies, 8 lessons, $3.00,
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W adhams &.Co.,

he The stag at eve drunk of the purling rivulet.
is Loudly and long he muzzled the flood; faerie bub-
n- bles dashed away amongst the coot and hern.
s. On Monan's rill Diana slept; her couch was silver;
an ' her hair, the matted grass, was spangled by
re frost diamonds.
in Night trailed her silken sleeve-blue dusk and lin-
d gering shadows.
Tossing his frontlet to the sky the deer thing shook
the dew drops from his flank and crept shyly
er into the nimbus ; he wanted to loan Glenart-
ney's hazel shade awhile.
There he browsed upon the succulent moss, the
pliant 'rhubarb; his nose was moist.
on In a leafly dell he slept unafraid and through the
na rustling verdure stars bloomed like dog tooth
ui- - violets-the wind was silken.
:h The necklaceof soft hours slipped away * * * *
The moon gathered her skeins, white and old she
th 'faded like a thought in a dream grey east.
lf Dawn! Over $en Garlic's head bold Phoebus
re leapt in-haughty flame; liquid rouge ran down
id' the'sloye into copse and brake.
Echoing and re-echoing, tumbling. from cliff to
crag, there came the mellow bay of -Hector,
:ic Rover anid Narcissus, blood hounds three.
And back in the glue factory was heard the clang
of hoof and horn.


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:e between one's'self and
le or things. It is getting
he band. It has been said
n a successful and an un-
e ability to adapt self to
nt. Adaptability 'is the
:alled Adjustment how can
on? A simile has often
nets that swing in certain
of time. If human rela-
y adjusted, the social sys-
sed of erratic individuals
ncur. A disrupting agency
rme of reform when a little
tain the result far more
silent acceptance of every
or bad-:-that may exist.
f should be adjusted to fit
people; too many persons
nces do not adjust them-
wise example is more far
ushing theories. Try the
nan whom you feel is su-
n of college men, a man
y to follow most anywhere.
him; you will find that his
;ht thing at the right'time,
o always fit in when occa-

There is no morning' after in the thirst for knowl-
He Was a Glaxrier
The deceased is survived by a window and two
small children.-Pottstown, Pa., Argosy.
Wheezes of Yester-Year
(This one had made the rounds two or three times)
He-When I was six, years old' I was left am
She-What did you do with it?
Little drops of acid,
Mixed with -zinc quite well
Gives us lots off learning
But destroys our sense of smell,
Our Daily Novelette
First Boarder-How's the soup, Buddy?
Second Boarder-Fine.
First Boarder-Sounds good.
-Free Press.

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Never mind if they are soiled or worn. I am an expert cleaner and repairer
and everything is put in the best possible condition before being offered for sale.








120 N. Fourth Ave.

Phone 2601


It should be, "no bier, no work."
Farnous Closing Lines
"I am always open to convictions,"
bird as he sung on the next rock.


said the jail


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