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the Univer-


to the use for
or not otherwise
:d therein.
igan, as second

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a certain substantial idea of what is genuine worth,
that is practical everywhere. It shows the thou-
sand paths, but it also aids in making the choice.
A college background will assert itself constantly
at times of indecision, helping to make the choice
a wise one. Right now, even though the college
man may appear to himself to . be "chasing rain-
bows," he can decide what he shall look for at the
end-a blue-bird or a pot of gold.
-The University of Michigan Wolverine,
Our esteemed contemporary, The Ohio State
Lantern, says that it would have lost all its old
'friends, this fall' if it had waited to look up their
new addresses in the Student Directory. Are you
losing any old friends?








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.....on .. ..........6 Managing Editor
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......Business Manager
Phone 96o or 2738
...........Asst. Managing Editor
.~City Editor
. .. SportsEditor
. Women's Editor
.....Telegraph Editor
.Advertising Manager
.......Issue Manager
.Office Manager
......Publication Manager
..Circulation Manager
.Sbscription Manager
... .Guillotine Editor
.......... .... Music Editor
.... ... Literary Editor
.~Exchange Editor
Campaign Editor
.Efficiency Editor

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Mid-semesters ought to prove incentives to great
thigs on your part. If they turn out favorably
for you, continue the good work; if therresults are
anything but pleasing, do 'better the rest. of. the
In these days of the distasteful 7. W. W.ism and
Bolshevisnm no one seems to consider that the.
American cent may resent being alltded to as a


Brewster C.
John I. Dal


The fact that New Orleans is again under the
prohibitidn ban will probably bar many people from
attending the ,Mardi Gras.
The Bolshevist doctrines must be making head-
way in this country. 'Soap has been classified as a
The Guillotine:

(Oct. 26, 1919)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard 'Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6 :io a.
i., and hourly to 9:io p. in.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-8 :48
a. m., and every hour to 9:48 p. m. (Ex-
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local cars East Bound-6::o5 a. n., 9:05 a.
m. and every two hours to 9:0 p. in., so:so
p. m. To Ypsilanti only, ir:4 5 p. m., :r o
a. m., and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-7:48 a. m. and
t :aO a. m.
HaveYou A Dog?
If So, Watch Him
"Bow-wows," large and small, be-
Mr. E. C. Pardon, superintendent of
the buildings and ground department,
has given summary warning through
the columns of The Daily that any and
,all dogs found wandering on the cam-,
pus will promptly be confiscated.,
The reason for this. action is said
to be that the presence of canines on
the campus has become a nuisance.
Instead of being converted into the
hamburger steak of song and fable,
the unwary hounds will be entrusted
to the gentle care of the- Medical
school, where they "will be made use
However, it will be possible for'
owners of dogs captured by the "dog-
patrol" battalion of the buildings and
grounds department to retrieve their
pets from an ignominious fate by ap-
plying to said department and depos-
iting the sum of $2;

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Interchangeable Portable
Type Model
"Special Offer to Collegians
Student Rep.
1214 Wilard Phone 195R

Courteous and satisfactor ,
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $680,000.00
Reseurces .........$4,000,000.00



Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North UniversitY Ave..


hur L. Glazer
ncerning news for
itor, who has full
re as follows:
comas Adams,
11, Wednesday
ight; John I.
ent, Jr., Satur-

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s that this
. attempted
ose person-
ery depart-
an all-cam-

Our All Time, All Nation Football Team
Noah-center. An expert on the floating style
of defense. Wouldn't mind wet grounds\
Fatty Arbuckle-right guard. A gentleman of
weight in the particular community he keeps mov-
ing in (Hollywood)..
Lydia Pinkham-right tackle. Her presence is
always needed to bolster up the line.
Queen Elizabeth-left guard. She was used to
the ruff stuff. Never ate with a fork. This would
come in handy at the training table.
Jonah-left tackle. Plays a whale of a game.
Knows all the insides.
Ends-Smock and Doc. Nobody was ever known
to get around these two gentlemen.
Quarter-Von Hindenburg. Plays an excel-
lent gane at safety. The farther behind the line
he stays the better he is.
Lef.t Half-Emma Goldman. A iterror in a
open field. She got away from the whole New
York police force a number of times. Invented the
eight hour shift.
Right Half-Professor Hobbs. He could do the
Full Back-Ruth St. Denis., She could wriggle
her way through anything.
*Ineligiblesy--Ann Pennington and'Colonel House.
Both too old for active service.
The Labor Question-Has the whistle blown yet?
Wheezes of Yester-Year
(The Daily used to assault the Gargoyle with
this one):
"Where's a safe place to lay this- ten dollar
"Oh, lay it under that Gargoyle."


'Trubey' s.
Dinners. Lunches Confectionery
Ice Cream, Delicious Sodas
We Make our own Cream
Orders solicited from Fraternities and
Sororities. . 218 S. Main Phone 166


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is de-

ot tne pro-
>e the n'iost
lure to fur-
to support.
rt Michigan
ical interest
n fine sense
use dollars
the pace of

Feather" begins.

any other person
s few isolated mo-
lways chasing rain-
asand illusive paths
-ds at the end.. All
les of success and
>urpose, but he has
ascertain his merit
lege career cannot
ind he knows that
in any particular
.the protection and

Overheard at Pez,'s
22 Lit-Ever read Spinoza?
22 iTng--Nope, never cared mnuch for them Mex-
ican authors.
22 Lit-How about Pope?
22 Eng-Them religious writers never appealed
to he.
22 Lit-Have you tried Dryden.
22 Eng-+-Nix, wouldn't read any prohibition lit-
erature on a bet.
22 Lit-Surely you've read Ben Jonson?
22 Eng-Sure, sure. My father knows him, so
do I. He's president of the American League.

A Gateway -Electrical


walls. 4
u the hot, competitive, demo-
e American city he will be a
amateur, whether he delves at
a broker's office he will simply
-s success. He will see the big
make big deals, but the profits
The college man often feels a
:cess right away. Ambition and
f him. That is why he is gen-
infinitely wise, could help him
us material from his life, per-
) could build the future sanely:
the thousand uncertain paths,
se his own and go some part

Why the Chief of Police Visited the Editor
;'The Ypsilanti police farce has been presented by
f ne knitted earmuffs by! the Women's Aid So-
ciety.-Ypsi Democrat.
Our Daily Novelette.
In a kindly way she had tried to break the news'
to the returned hero. Her refusal stunned him.
In a daze he staggered out of -the room, his lips
bloodless, a vacant and glassy stare in his eyes.
How vividly it all came back to him now. And what
pride he had taken in showing the other fellows the
knitted helmet he had taken for a foot warmer.
Then came the sweater and the muffler-mute tes-'
timonials from her loving hands. And how con-
sistent she had been; yes, to the very end, for first
she had sent him the helmet, then the socks and
muffler and new-now-now-she had given him
the Mitten. '-J. G. K.

O NLY a forty-foot gateway bounded by
two. brick pilasters and ornamental,
lamps, but' unlike any other gateway in the
entire world.
For back of it is the General Electric Com-
pany's main office building, accommodating
.2300 employees. And just next door is its
laboratory with the best equipment for test-
ing, standardizing and research at the com-
mand of capable engineers. Then down the
street-a 'mile" long-are other buildings
where everything electrical, from the small-
est lamp socket to the huge turbines for.
electrically propelled battleships, ip made

by the 20,000 electrical workers who daily
stream through.
What a story this gate would tell, if it could,
of the leaders of the electrical industry and
business, of ambassadors from other insti-
tutions and from foreign lands.
The story would be the history of electric
lighting, electric transportation, electric in-
dustrials and electricity in the home.
This gateway, as well as the research, en-
gineering, manufacturing and ' commercial
resources back of it, is open to all who are
working for the betterment of the electrical

Illustrated bulletin, Y-863. describing the oompany's
several plants, will be mailed upon request. Address
GeneralElectric Company,Deosk43, Sohenoctady,NewYork


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