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December 03, 1919 - Image 2

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,s all help to distract the student


or mailed to The Daily office.
ye no consideration. No man-
:writer incloses postage.
ly endorse the sentiments . x-
.... Managing Editor
or xox6
..Business Manager,
or zg38
.....Asst. Managing Editor
... City Editor
Sports Fditor
Women's 'Editor'
.....Telegraph 1Editor

We wotild suggest to the students themselves that
they wali)k lightly in this room, that they hold their
conversations with fellow classmen outside the eco-
nomics library, and that they do not slam the door
when entering the room.
We would suggest that the person in charge of
the library .be given the power to ask any student
wAo does not live up to any of the above regula-
tions to leave' the room and that this person be in-
structed to see that these things are enforced. We
would also suggest that a rubber or cork matting
be placed on the floor,. that a. vacuum stop be placed
on the entrance door; that the radiators be fixed so
. that they will not ,pop out with the noise of escap-
ing steam 'every few minutes, and that the 'book
cases be fixed.
It will be only through the co-operation of the
students and the persons , in charge of the econom-
ics 'library, that it wilil' become a real study room
where deep 'concenration is possible.
The Guillotine
Winter Song
Woe is men! WVoe is me!~ The hot stove' league
worketh overtime.
The'yun assistant from the Economics depart-
ment pef~useth the Morocco bound joke book
* for nigh unto five hours and then courteth
Esmeralda with sundry anecdotes and Zymol
Trokeys' before the grate fire.





iency Editor

The parlor champion parketl, .himself uporr the dav-
enport for two successive evenings and wear-'
eth off . eleven dollars' worth of red plush at a
single sitting.'
The North wind, simmeth the eave trough with
undue, boistrousness and' the dairyman caress-
eth bossy upon the right hip and skimmeth the
milk with unseemly glee.
The hoar frost sitteth- upon the asphodel and
grandma sitteih over the register and, clamor-
eth louidly for, flannels and rum punch unto all
the children of Ephriam.
The housemaid cusseth anon because, the percolator
f reezeth over ,,and the landlord soliloquizeth
with' s~ignificant- gestures unto the gaping coal
Hash accumulatetli by degrees in the kitchen and
the' landlady glareth wickedly as snow cometh
down, for the price of corned beef and oyster
.crackers goeth up like' Venus from the ocean's
f oam.'

(Oct. 26, 1919)
Between Detroit, Ann -Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:io a.
mn., and hourly to 9.io p. m.
Jackson Limited and Express Cara-8 :48
a. in., and every hour to 9:48 p. m. (Ex-
presses make local stops wet of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-O :o5 a. in., 9:o5 a
in. and every two hours to 9:o5 p. in., io:so0
p. m. To Ypsilanti only, i i:4 P. m., 1 :10
a. mr., and to Saipe, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound--7:48 a. fn. and
L::20a. im.
R. 0. T. C. STILL
Thirty-seven students are yet need-
ed' to insure the continuance of the
newly established R. 0. C. course
in~ the enjineering college.
The assigned quota to this Univer-
sity is 100 mien but, so far, only 63
have enrolled. Under a ruling -of
congress, at least 100 men must sig-
nify their- intention of taking the
course offered before an army officer
can be assigned to the University as
professor of military selzmee and tac-
The work will consist' in techinical
studies during the year, no. drill being
given and$ no uniforms being worn
except at the summer. camps. Under-
classmen electing the couirse will,
upon -its completion, be given, com-
missions in the reserve corps of the
army but it will be necessary for'
those enrolling in their junior or sen-
for year to take an examination be-
fore being commissioned.
Full particulars concerning the
courses offered may be obtained from
either Colnel Arthur of Colonel Lucas
in room' 239, Engineering- building..
SHANTUNG BUFF! Collar attach-
ed shirts. -Such irresistible onles as
we are now showing. are the latest
word , in Smartness. Davis Toggery
Shoppe, 119 S. Main.---Adv.
Dancing School
at the Armory Friday evenings,
7 to 8:30. Continuous instruc-
tion. No recess,.,, Y method ,is
easy and you learn quick. At-
tend now. Special price to
ladies 60c per lesson; 8 lessons
$3.00. -It you come. once, you
Surely will coupe agajn,
F, t


P R O A XMSSamples are ready C
them now

F Nickels Arcade



Hey Boy! Have You Tasted The Good
Food At The ARCADE?
Pure foods at low prices, prepared by experts.
Everything displayed on our forty-foot steam and
serving tables.
r Select just what appeals to your own individual
'Bakery goods fresh from our own ovens.
.Delicious coffee with rich Jersey cream.
Kindness, courtesy, and good service prevail here.
For Satisfactory Amateur
Finishing leaive your Films

on the scare'crow and to
'feedeth Fanny his straw
from 'the sun parlor.
idge with an icicle and
the Palatine hills for a
,ton of. condensed heat.


Drug Store

lies The' gods upon the top of. Mount Amphibious quaf-
ow f eth beakers of anti-f reezing solution and down
her on Liberty street the fire 'department prayeth
the for woolen hose.


The SWAIN, do the work

. . .. . ,



What M ~ore Sensible Than to


nt or of
to cause
.P law "or


true citi-

?Y ..._.. ._.._

Hail to our alma motor.
Whieezes. of Yest er-Year
(We saw this one again in the Princeton Tiger)
"Think I'll go to the dance as a stag."
"How's that ?"
"Haven't any doe."
Lost-Gold plated watch by old gentleman with
'Swiss 'moveient.--Press.
At thze Union
He--What shall we do? Dance or talk?a
She-I'm so tired. Let's, dance.
A Freshman went to Hades once
A~ few more. things Ito learn,'
Old Satan sent him' back again,
-' He was too green to burn.
Dear Louis
I won a bet from a young lady in Kalamazoo on
a football score and I received today a carton of
Camels.' I haven't time to 'smoke. them as they
would keep~ me Humping all the time. What am I
to do to' get rid of them ?
Sir Dancelot._

at This Men'sStr ,
This Store Has Complete Stocks

has two
Crary for
cond, to

r. Hose
SBath Robes

Hart Schaffner & Marx
In~ the very Aingst of styles and in a rich range
of ,colors and1 shades. The, pure wool qual-
ity of the faibrics and the fine tailoriig in-
sures excelle-t wkeating service.

.Buy Mezn's Christmas Gifts

Collar Boy
Fur CG
Soft H


few books
f rom 'its


second f une-
;roiin of stu-

Reule, Conltin, Tiegel Co.

Join a sorority.


H' Hart Sc,

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