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the Univer-
tioas.

ely entitled to the use for
edited to it or not otherwise
iews published therein.
Arbor, Michigan, as second

street.

cessarily endorse the sentiments ex-
ns.
..................Managing Editor
2414 or Io16
..........Business Manager
e 6o or 2738
..............Asst. Managing Editor
.................City Editor
............Sports Editor
................. Women's Editor
..................Telegraph ditor
RIAL BOARD H. Hardy Heth
............. Advertising Manager
.. ..............Issue Manager
............... Office Manager
...............,Publication Manager
............ .Circulation Manager
.Subscription Manager
...................Guillotine Editor
. ............... Music 4Editor
................... Literary Editor
..............Exchange Editor
..............Campaign Editor
................. Effciency Editor
E EDITORS
a I. Adams Brewster Campbell
Brophy John I. Dakin
RIAL STAFF
Clarke Dorothy Monfort
Wrobleski Minnie Muskatt
1Lamport Robert C. Angell
McGurk Robert D. Sage
ed Biethan Tbomas. J. Whinery

woula see tnat ne found friends, and there hadi
been threats that he must wear a freshman cap or
'be ostrasized. He had purchased a cap, attended
rallies and been thrilled by this crowd of his feb-
lowmen who seemed so close together. Still, he was
alone. He felt there was something wrong with him
that he could not make friends.
This freshman is but one of many who are feel-
ing the lonesomeness of an institution of 6,500 per-
sons. Among any group there will be a certain per
cent who lack the ability to acquire friendships eas-
ily, and yet they have the desire and the actual
need more strongly than those who are good "mix-
ers." The Big Brother movement achieved many
splendid things at the start of the year, but its good
work must not 'be allowed to lag. Efforts should be
made to bring out the ones who were overlooked in
the first get-togethers and make them feel the
warmth of Ohio State spirit that is so strong at this
time.-Ohio State Lantern.
A diplomat is one who can still convince you'that
the class of football in the East is superior to the
Western brand after you cite Syracuse's disastrous
invasion of the "wild and woolly."
Arrested on charge of sugar profiteering.-Head.
That certainly is' sweet music to those of us who
are about to mortgage the old homestead in order
to buy sugar.
The Guillotine
The Broken Minstrel
I went to France to sing my songs,
To strike a mighty lyre,
To chant.the deeds of braver men
In words of living fire;
I hastened there with spirit bold
And Oh, my life was young ;
I dipped my pen in hearts of men-
My songs remain unsung.

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GRAHAM'S

BOTH ENDS OF THE
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Dear Sir:-Here be my ticket.
Have been married 3 "times.
Sumhiow they die. Glad to try
Lottery man it young & strong.
"MRS. SADIE DUNN."

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A S U NIVE RSIT
WMHR BOOKSTOR

DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. 26, 1919)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:io a.
in., anid dourly to 9:10 p. Mn.
Jackson Limited and Express 'Cars-8:48
a. -., and every hour to ':48 p. M.Y(4x-
presses make local stops west' of Ann 'Arbor.)
Local cars East Bound-6:og a. m., 9:05 a.
m. and every two hours to 9:os p. M., 10:50
. . To Ypsilanti only, I: p. n., M7 :xo
a. n.. and to Saline, change at psilanti.
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-7 :48 a. m: and
:2~o a. m".
If you aren't satisfied, we can't be.
We make "Portraits that Please" you
at Derr Studio.-Adv.
Things cooked as you like them
1 Minute Service for Breakfast
"GOOD EATS"
649 EAST WILLIAM
MENU includes
Bread, Butter, Vegetables, Des-
sert, Drink, Soup and Potatoes.
Chicken a la Creele Soup
Roast Stuffed Spring Chicken,
Currant Jelly. .........60c
Fricandeau of Veal au
Jardiniere............40c
'Potted Sirloin of Beef....35c
Roast Lamb, Cranberry
Sauce . ...........40c
Roast Veal, Celery Dressing 40c
Roast Sirloin of Beef......35c
Combination Salad
Mashed Potatoes
Deep Pineapple Cream Pie
We serve Regular Meals
. Sunday Night

OREN'S
"Fried" Supper Specials
are Winners
(Buy a ticket and save 75 cents)

D. P. Joyce
Robt. Somer*ill
Arthur L. Glazer

JAPAN[S EGARD[NS

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,ing news for
who has full

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are as follows:

I tried to, sing of crosses white
Thrust in the wounded sod,
Of wearied men who grounded arms
And left to join their God,
But I felt the hate of a dastard foe
With a single, dreadful creed;
I forgot my word and took up the sword
For France, in her hour of need.

BluMaize Blossom Shop
Nickels Arcade

M

).T. C.
sing an R. O. T. C.
:t two weeks unless

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>untry have organ-
little or, no trou-

such as the
o be lightly

utions as
of simi-
:tier evi-
ch train-
returned

prime objection to enrolling in the R. O.
obviously a lack of time on the part of the
It is obvious that there are many, espe-
rong, the upperclassmen, who are unable to
any. more work into their already. crowded
es. But surely there are ioo underclassmen at
in who can spare the few extra hours which
rk requires in view of the definite advan-
be gained, not the least of which is a com-
at the completion of the course.
chigan R. O. T. C. is bound to be a worth-
Idition_to the University's curriculum. Are
3 ioo men who can spare the time to put into
per cent investment?
WANTED-BIG BROTHER
vas standing in the entrance of one, of the
s on the campus,.idly watching the hurrying
lying stream of students as it flowed in and
the doorway between classes. These stu-
epresented many organizations and inter-
:he University and had come to college from
omes and situations. The majority of them
i pairs or groups, laughing and talking of
>f their interest, frequently drawing to one
continue their -discussions before entering
ding. Those who hurried in alone seemed
I in their own purposes and objectives. All
to have something or someone in common,
he watcher they meant nothing.
ras a freshman. He had come to the Uni-
a stranger, had dreamed of a big university
at would involve him and make him feel at

I tried to find the grail in Hell
Arid Oh, my youth is dead;
I tried to sing the battle shout,
I learned to curse instead;
I threw away my lyre of gold
My eyes were dimmed with tears---
No work of mine, no song divine
Shall thunder down the years.
HUSKY MEN WANTED. - Free Press. To
demonstrate Smith Brothers' cough drops.
Wheezes of Yester-Year
(There are various forms of this one)
"She looks like Helen Black."
"Yes, she'd look like the dickens in any color."
Instead of building a dormitory for Michigan
men they should build a home for aged and infirm
saxaphone players.
Our Daily Novelette
A Young Maid's Diary en Voyage
First day out-Many passengers on board.
Second day out--Met a few of them.
Third day out--Met Chief Engineer.
Fourth day out-Chief Engineer and 1 got quite
chummy.
Fifth day out-Chief Engineer asked to kiss
me on brow (we're very refined); I refused him.
Sixth day out--Chief Engineer threatened to blow
up the ship unless I accepted his proposal.
Seventh day out-Saved the life of 750. people.
-Yale Record.
Fish Taken Out of Game; Injured.-Daily Illini.
Probably got messed up with the tackle.
Dear Louis:--That "Wake Up, Your Country
Needs You,0" poster is still adorning the Ypsilanti
cemetery gate. Sir Dancelot.
The meanest man in the world is the one who
borrows your fancy vest' and orders grape fruit.
Dangerous increase of unmarried women.--Sta-
tistics. Why don't some enterprising individual
start up a male order house?'
The lack of money is the root of all evil.
Heard at the Maj.
She-Gee, it's close in here.
He-S'matter?
She-Can hardly breathe.
He-Never mind. The orchestra will change the
air in a minute.

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Midwiter Showi
The midwinter showing includes new models in maline and metal dinner hats
and fur brimmed effects.
The maline and metal dance hats are extremely smart and attractive, and be-
coming to everyone as they are made up in all the much-worn shapes. Trimmed
with exquisite flowers or ribbon combinations they are dainty'and pleasing. If you
are wondering what to ask for for Christmas here is an idea--and a "brilliant" one.
At this time we have made marked reductions on all otir trimmed velvet hats.
No matter what their former value, we are selling all our bats for from $3.50 to
$10.00.
(Second Floor)
Large Assortment of Spats
We are very proud of our assortment of spats and Boot-tops. We have spats
in all desired colors. Beside the regulation spat, we have an excellent line of Boot-
tops in $e shades which harmonize with the season's suit tones.
If you are seeking shoe cleaners, pastes and dyes here is the place for which
you are looking. We have all the pastes and dyes of allthe popular makes in all
colors. We also carry gold and silver slipper cleaners which will restore old slip-
pers to their original fresh look.
(First Floor)

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Fatnous Closing Lines
"No fare," said the conductor as he
leaden nickel out of the window.

threw the

LOUIS XVI.

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