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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAI

CIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY
OF MICHIGAN
ed evecry morning except Monday during the Univer-
v the Boar d in Control, of Student Publications.

this-

OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Press is exclusively entitled to the use for
ees dispatches credited to it or not Otherwise
Ir and the local news published therein. 1"
postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second
carrier or mail, $3.50.
bor Press building, Maynard street.
s, g6o; Editorial, 2414.
not to exceedS 30 words, if signed, the sig-
lto appear in print, but as an evidence of
events will be published in The Daily at the
itor, if left .at or mailed to The Daily office.
tions will receive no consideration. No nan,
ned unless the writer incloses postage.
not necessarily endorse the sentiments ex-

. 'Carey ......... .....Managing Editor
Phone 2414 or ioi6
Oholette, Jr........... ...............Business Manager
Phonfe 96o or 2738
Ehilbert.........................Asst. Managing Editor
ampbell...................... ............City Eaitor
rt...................Sports Editor
Clark-............................Women's Editor
. Bernstein..........................Telegraph Editor
EDITORIAL BOARD
Shinkman H. Hardy Heth
d A.,Gains, Jr...............Advertising Manager
Covedl....................Issue Manager
hiting ..... ........................ Office Manager
Priehs .... .....,...... Publication Manager
ehn eider.... irculation Manager
ilivan ...................:.........Subscription Manager
Kimball ..................Guillotine Editor
Apel..................................Music Editor
Lane................................. Literary Editor
Waldo ... . ........... Exchange Editor
tchcock.............................Campaign Editor
herwocd...................... .Efficiency Editor

ties on the campus as well as the number of cred-
its and honor points they possess, to an authorized
committee in charge of elections. In addition to
these items, this statement might well contain a
platform or program which it would be'the candi-
date's intention to carry out in the event .of His
election.
"These statements, after being checked over by
the committee, would be published for the benefit
of the voters. With an authorized account of a
man's record and his ideas on campus matters, there
should be no reason for electing the wrong man.
And if it can be reasonably assured that the wrong
man will have no more chance of being elected than
he deserves, it is more than likely that the balloting
at campus elections will assume its proper propor-
tions. Moreover, the evils of hasty nominations
and elections in class or campus gatherings would in
a large measure be overcome."
The plan is at least worth considering.
In these days of constantly increasing prices it
is pleasant to note that the price of one thing has
not advanced-the price of a life membership in
the Michigan Union.
Emma Goldman, who knows no laws or courts,
says she wjll fight deportation to Russia- in every
United States court. Aren't you a bit inconsistent,-
Emma.
The assertion of Postmaster General Burleson
that -his department never breaks an egg in tran-
sit seems to us a rather strong statement.

NARCISSUS

BULBS

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FOR 'CHRISTMAS-at

GRAHAM'S

BOTH ENDS OF THE
DIAGONAL WALK

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ISSUE EDITORS
nt Jr. Thomas 11. Adams Brewster Campbell
George Brophy - John I. Dakin
EDITORIAL STAFF
ff G. E. Clarke Dorothy Monfort
R. W. Wrobleski Minnie Muskatt
Samuel Lamport Robert C. Angell
y Anna McGurk Robert D. Sage
Winefred Biethan Thomas J1Whinery
BUSINESS STAFF
Isabelle Farnum D. P. Joyce
t Agnes Holmquist Robt. Somerville
Maynard Newton Arthur L. Glazer

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Probably D'Annnzio excuses his acts
grounds of "poetic license."

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see the issue editor, who has
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The issue editors for the week are as follows:
dgar L. Dice, Monday ight;. Thomas Adams,
Quesday night; Brewster'P. Campbell, Wednesday
tight; George. Brophy, Thursday night; John I.
)ain, Friday night.; Trhornton Sargent, Jr., Satur-
ra ight.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1919.
THE PRINCE
Sorn e years. -ago Walter Hampden and Henry
iillei- brought "The Se'rvant in the House" to the
4ajestie theater.. Walter Hampden took the title
ole, and Edith Wynne Mattlhis n played opposite
im..' Those were the days whenLee A. White and
I Weeks were helping run things. And the pro-
uction was a niomentous one - the sort that is
ever forgotten.
Walter Hampden returned to us Wednesday night
s Hmlet; he has promised to come again to-
ight iii "I onieo and Juliet." It is seldom that Uni-
ersity people are more highly honored.
Perhaps Hampden likes the spirit of youth. At
past he must comprehend the whim and temper
ht dictates the impulse and vigor of those- who
re not very old. He gave to Michigan men and
iomei a story of allyouth at all times; his theme
gas not a prince in a far-off country-who lived in a
entury passed, but an eternal youth who may live
ven today.
:Striking the cords of vitality Walter Hampden
kjicted -a character that was supremely, human
nd much like any college, man. Impetuous ardor,
olbt, red-blooded desire to stem any sea of cir-
tmtstance through sheer strength or personal force,
omhiated his interpretation. But there was also
outh the lover, youth the beholder of visions,
outh the son, and greatest of all, youth the friend.
hy should not youth be a dare-devil when it is
otter to die for things worth while than to live
or nothing muh at all? Hampden's Hamlet was
nafraid of physical pain.
With a great deal of finesse and quiet dignity
Valter Hampden succeeded in painting a prince of
irility and apparent athletic prowess, which made
he son of a Danish king all the more aPrince.}
BETTER CAMPUS ELECTIONS
Class elections and the revision of the rules by
vhich they are regulated was an important matter
>come up before the Student council at its regu-
ar meeting last Wednesday. The question of class
lections and campus elections of all kinds is one
hich should and must be of vital interest to every
nember of a democratic student body. With a view
- remedying any possible existing faults of the
,resent system, a committee has been named to con-
ider advisable changes in the class constitution of-
ered to freshmen classes.
It has appeared to The Daily that the prevailing
ystem .of campus elections, due largely to its ex-
reme informality, too often places the wrong man
n the wrong office. There is apparently a faihire
-n the part of the student body to realize the impor-
ance of these expressions of their sentiment and
o voice their opinions through the ballot.
To overcome these deficiencies, a plan was sub-
ritted in The Daily of October 30, whereby "nom-
aees or candidates for class or campus offices would

4 .
The Guillotine-
NELLY 'THE BEAUTIFUL CLOAK MODEL
Or She Threw a Perfect Fit
(Futuristic Fiction by Rene Cezanne of the.
Parisian Beaux Arts)
****** violet dusk*** ***demons of distrust*****
She had been waiting for him a long time. It
seemed hours since she had tapped at his door and&
fearfully crept into the'room.
******dull, hopeless hours, dragging slowly****
Why had she come to him? It had really been
her own fault. And what would be the inevitable
result? As she gazed up at him bending o'er her
chair with an attitude that displayed no tenderness
she noticed his youthful, almost boyish expression.
a clock tolled somewhere in the night****
He hesitated and -she realized he was inexperi-
enced in matters of this sort. Could it be that this
was the first one in his career? It was highly prob-
able. The suspense was terrible. Did he really
care?
***a tear trickled ****. she sighed ******
the light flickered******
He bent over her. A wild impulse to run seized,
her. He was really so young. He came closer and
she realized she was powerless.
****** wild eyed fear ***** a shriek ***** the
city threshed outside *
"Here it is, madame," said the young dentist as
he yanked out the tootli, the first of his career.
1o4th Lieutenant Weds Miss McIntyre. - Free
Press. Variety is the splice of life.
Maybe the Managing Editor Coudd Do It
(Sign on door of Gargoyle business office)
Tryouts between 4 and 5
Write name oI slip and slide under door.

DETROIT UNITED LIKES
(Oct. 26; ,19r9)
Between Detroit,.Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:no a.
n.. and hoyirly to 9:io p. m.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-8:48
a. in., and every hour to 9r:48 p. m. (Ex-
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:05 a. m., 9 ;05 a.
m. and every two hours to 9:05 p. m., 10:o
. a To Ypsilanti*only, 1':4 p. M., 1:r0
a. n.. and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Ypsilanti. -
Local Cars West Bound-7 :48 a. tn. and
12:20 as m.
One Nan Called
For Naval Duty
Rumors prevalent on the campus
to the effect that naval reservists now
in the University are being called into
active service on account of the Mex-
ican trouble could not be confirmed
Thursday. Several sources of the
rumor were traced down, but in every
case it was found that the talk began
from the calling into service of Frank
Foskett, '22E, formerly an ensign in
the U. S. N. R. F., but now in the
regular navy as the result of signing
a paper of transfer, sent him some
time ago.
Foskett was o> tdered to repo't at
the receiving ship in New York har-
bor at once. His orders had no ref-
erence to the reason for calling him
into service. .
Prof. A .E. Boak, formerly execu-
tive officer of the University naval
unit, said Wednesday that while a-
state of war would bring mobilization
of some of the reserves, he knew of
no naval reservists being called to
active duty.
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Up the Stairs

.'Hey Boy! Ijave You Tasted The Good
Food At The ARCADE ?

I

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has always stood
for the BEST in
MEATS.

Pure foods at low prices, prepared by experts.
Everything displayed on our forty-foot steam and
serving tables.
Select just what appeals to your own individual
appetite.
Bakery goods fresh from our own ovens.
Delicious coffee with rich Jersey cream.
Kindness, courtesy, and good service prevail here.

IWheezes of.Yester-Year
Tom-Joe had terrible luck.
Jerry-Yes?
Tom-Sure thing. He bought a se
Ford and a third handed Victrola.
Jerry-Yes?
Tom-And the worst of it was he bl
winding up the Victrola.

202 E. Huron Street
PHONE 821

cond handed
roke his arm

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Sociologically Speaking
The lives of great men all - remind us
We should strive to do our best;
And departing leave behind us
Theses that will help the rest.

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INC.
d 4WASH NGTON BOULEVARDk
DETROIT.
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Announcing

An Unusual and figbIy -
Desiri ble Christmas Service.

Dear Louis
I went to a dance the other evening and they had
the punch spiked and the man I was with made me
drink some of it a couple of times and it was terri-
bly strong and now I ask you, did I do wrong?
Charlotte Corday.
You probably did.
THE IRONY OF FATE
Prof. Henry Boggs, instructor of Greek. Sal-
ary $1,600 a year.
Nick Dimitripapolous, laborer. Salary $200 a
pmonth.
Gertie Quinn, Greek dancer. Salary $5oo a
night.
Parnous Closing Lines
"This is velvet," said the parlor champion as he
sank into the soft upholstery.
LOUIS XVI.

Perhaps your husband, father ,or brother has about decided that his old HAT ishardly
good enough.
And then along comes Christmas morning and he opens your gift-and it happens to be
a new HAT.
Can't you just see him now-how pleased he would be?

Thos. J. Flatery, Inc.
74 Washington Boulevard
D F TROIT.

Ladies' Tailored Hats

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