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September 29, 1919 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-09-29

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ready the Union has taken steps to reduce exor-
bitanit rates and it' is expected that its action will
bring re~sults within a fe'w days.
It remains for more people to open their homes
to the students. There are hundreds of additional
room~s that would; be available if more houses were
opened. The faculty members alone could place
200 rooms at the disposal of students. Certainly
it is the, loyal duty of everyone who has accom-
modations to list thenm for rent. There is no way
that the surplus students can be hou~sed unless
more citizens realize their duty and the vital ne-,
cessity of renting their spare rooms.
Few h~ave been' forced to leave Ann Arbo~r as
yet but they will be this week unless many more
room~s are available immediately. The hotels are
(crowded. Some have been forced to go to,'Ypsi-
lanti for accommodations.
The situation is serious.
LET THE ACTORS DO THE ACTING
The theater situation in Ann Arbor has required
attention for some time. It has now reached the
'point where we are deprived of the ,best, enter-
tairftnent solely through~ the actijons of a few stu-
dents whose conduct has caused the loss of patron-
age of town people.
The town~ people conmpris'e about half of the thea-
ter patronage. They. have become disgusted at
the. stampping of feet and "cat calls" that have 'been
a feature of student life for some time. As a,'
conisequence they have ceased-'to patronize the stu-
dent theaters.' The managers are willing, to givese
Ann Arbor the best ' in entertainmnent.. They will
ntot do so& if the students continue to act as they
have done in the 'past.
It' is not necessaryr, that we axshould show oxur
judgmnt of the~ entertainment by hooting: There
are other ways. The m~anagement will always
gratefully accept a criticism and i'f those who do
not like the entertainment will quietly walk, out
they, Iill not spoil 'the evening for someone' else.
to whom it is enjoyable. a
You do not like "scat calls"at Ferry field, why
in the' public theater? It is on~e of the feW cases
where the minority rules. If only a few men will
show their disapproval of these actions they will
soon be. checked.~
It all lies with. the students whether we have
ligher class .ntertainmnents or not.A
Is it worth the trouble ?

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This is the .best piece of tailoring news of the 'season-
the arrival of the new woolens and styles comprising the>
fashion-sponsored line for Autumn and Winter 1919-
1920 from
Ed.V. rice &(o
The showing inaugurates the new order of things in a
manner worthy of the highest expectations as to quiality-
standard, pattern-assortment and style 'range. f
Wool experts predict a shortage in fine woolens ; the ad-
vantage of making selections from' complete lines now is
f therefore decidedly -yours.
2 Reservations. can be made, for your protection 'at once,
subject to delivery. at your convenience.

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309 S. MAIN
Exclusive Local Dealer

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(In a DetroiltindIowv)
Ireland's Swc-test Lullab)y.
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Lyrics by Abe CGreenbaum,
>y Sam Goldberg and 1oe L .eibenstein.
11l themn landle 1;s becaseey sure do
ou.
Thy -the Society Edtor Fainted
I~ of the bridegroom to the bride was a
diamond broch b1esi.des many other ex-
.t g~lass presents." - Ke arnie, Neb.,
he' Graduate!! f rrntSweet ia~r
-"Glad to. see you, George. V'hat have
rt pocket?"
-"'Only a lock of a Iuur! !hair7frolii my
Minni.
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been nted lnt.te's f"I'
a blue b k Insrtead of ba enrr l
for "fo5,3for 10,ec,'tbyae'
being givren away--bittheJu(c' t r
3s yet to come.
o ev r oli .b 'Aprinted Paged that c.tel h pr sp ctv
Mi~~ g nstudent oI>th li ivers i t'
custom~s, traditions and' such things
that he must know, greet$ him as he
opens the little booklet. It is the b
Freshman Bible.v
More than 1,700 copies of the hand- g
book have already been issued to fresh- f,
men, according to advices from. Lane t]

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:ers christen the boat by breaking , ;kt bttiele under4th
'ely' eye of 'her ahr"-YctjNes
ces-
t a "I04th Lieutenant to Wed Miss Jenkyns." --
Denver Pos-t. What became of all the others?
re. Fam'ous Closing sines
red "Aye, there's the rub,"? said Hamlet as he sand-
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TwoDoors West of Hill.

hall where they are being c
while a number of copies
given to the University Y.
for distribution among the4

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