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something were done to make them feel it.. Most
of the best business men are loyal supporters of
AMichigan and her publications. Are they getting
'the full support from students which they deserve?
Other firms are' trying to take everything without
giving anything in return. Are you dealing with
Courtesy. is one of the products of culture. The
art of properly respecting the legitimate rights of
our fellow student and'professors is one that ought,
to be cultivated.
Many students have automatically or intentionally
formed the undesirable habit of creating a commo-
tion several minutes before the first class bell. All
sorts of means are resorted to in order to shorten
the class period, the shuffling of feet, the closing of
books with a bang, loud whispering and' other dis-
turbances characteristic of any mischievous high
Such actions show the:non-interest 'and indiffer-
ence of the guilty student. It conflicts with the
intention of the professor who perhaps at that par-
ticular. moment is summing up the salient facts of
the hour's discussion. The interested students who
want to catch the last word. of explanation are
cheated out of the desired information by the non-
interest of the minority.'
Classroom etiquette is just as important as table.
etiquette. Your classmates and your professors
deserve your courteous treatment. Think it over!
-Syracuse Daily Orange.
On the Road toITo-le-do
(Asking the pardon of Mr.' Kipling and the Ann
Arbor railro'ad and reprinted from last year's pil-
lar of jocularity because non-inspiration cursed us.)
By the engineering forge shop, 'on a pile,.of rusty
There's a waitress softly sittin', she's the jane that
made me flunk,
'For the wind is in the el "trees and the noble
chimes they shriek
Come you bac4 you class room dodger for you've
got to work this week:
FOR CHRISTMAS at
DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. 26, 2i1)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Stanidard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6 :xo a.
., and hourly to :to p.-m.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-8x:48
a. in., and every hour o9:8p.i.(Ex-
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:o5 a. m., :osa.
m. and every two hours to 9:05 p. m., 19:50a
p,. m. To Ypsilanti only, 1i :, p. in., 1:10
a. mn., and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti. ,
Local Cars West'Bound- :48 a. m. and
1 i 2o a.m.
A. B. Weston was elected manager
of the senior engineer hockey team at'
the class meeting held Friday morn-
ing in the Engineering building. Prof.
David Friday spoke to the engineers
on "Our Industrial Problems."
A smoker will be given for members
'of thostudent branch of the American,
Society of Mechanical Engineers,
Wednesday night, Dec. 10, in theMich-
Junlior engineers will hold their as-
sembly Monday, Dec. 8, in room 3A.
Prof. A. H. Blanchard spoke to the
students of Worcester Polytechnical
institute Friday, on the subject, "As-
STREET- C4O]1ISSION ISSUES
WALK CLEAMNNG INSTRUCTION
Street Commissioner Paul wishes
to call the attention of thet people of
Ann Arbor to the city ordinance rela-
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tive to cleaning snow from the side
The ordinance provides that the
snow be cleaned from the walks be-
fore 8 o'clock in the morning or in
cas.e the storm rages throughout the
day that the walks be cleaned at reg-
If any complaint is registered, the
city has the authority to serve
rant on the offender or to re
the obstruction at the expense c
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nincance of its serv-
rt Red Cross report,
magination of the
rd before him, will'
ry wherein life and
)art that .they did in
e in cold facts what
1, so it is equally dif-
iciation of this work'
But, difficult'as this
:pportunity of show-
ion by',financial con-'
continuance of the'
On the road to To-le-do with the engine wheez-
You could hear our bones a-rattling on the road to
On the road to To-le-do bouncing swiftly to and
Sittin' sadly in the smoker dodgin' cinders and the
For her petticoat was yaller and her little cap was
And her, name. I never knowed it but I'll say she,
was ~some queen,
I saw her first a-chewing of a wad of spearmint
And a-wasting soulful kisses on a gay yoing vil-
f CHORUS .
On the road to To-le-do, we could feel our terror
Vor the cinders fly like bullets on the road to
On the road to To-le-do, black and sooty as a crow5
With our feet upon the cushions we were playing
soft and low.
Oh, I'm tired of wasting shekels in these city cab-
And the round of bitter cocktails keeps me.low for
I've gazed at all the singers from the Boody to the
And a lot, they talk of lovin', well, they sure do un-
On the road to To-Ledo- with the coaches shaking so,
Oh, the milk cans in the smoker on the road to
On the road to To-Ie-do with the engine running
And the fireman throwing snowballs as he watched
the hours go.
Ship me somewhere's west of Ypsi where the rail-
roads are the worst.
Though. there's ten score strict commandments you
can slake a Bevo thirst,
For the wind is in the, elm trees and the campus
chimes they shriek
Come you back you class room dodger for you've
got to work this week.
Give "Unusual" But "Useful Gifts"
SMART YEILING MAKES 'A
DAINTY PRACTICAL GIFT
What is more effective for a finishing tguch as a really smart
veil? For. this reason a smart veil cannot fail to please as'a gift.
It is a remembrance full of thoughtfulness-one that is useful as
well as beautiful.
We have all the new veilings in a wide range of colors-all
overs, French dots, and border veils. Also pattern veils with and
the custom for several years, Red
ias seals have been placed on sale.
makes contributions of any size to a
[ all humanity is interested. Surely
dine manifestation of .the Christmas
e shown than that which prompts a
>tion to the relief of humanity.
-ross seals a part of youri1919 Christ-
workers and shirkers it is appar-
y. 'at times to distinguish between
their duty and those who seem to feel
should ever rest upon another mans'
Arbor firms who flaunt their signs
doors 'in order that all possible stu-
uld come to them, refuse absolutely
z the University publications., WhatI
se can they give? They are virtually
n student patronage, yet they fail to
ght percentage of profit back toward
sts. The only possible answer must
t that business is good without adver-
r words,.'Michigan people do not suf-
without choker effects.
" . _(First Floor)
i r ' :;
WHY NOT A CLEVER
VEST OR COLLAR
The development of these beauty fixings was never so wonder-
ful as this season. Not only the colorful blouses demand neckpieces;
but they have won a wide place of favor for street suits as well-
often instead of a blouse.
Cascade jabots are more exquisite than ever, and the Lace
Neck Pieces are delightful.
Of course if you wish to make the neckwear, you can find a
variety of rufflings and laces to suit your desires.
Here is an opportunity to give a unique Christmas gift-and
one that will be greatly appreciated.
Heard on the Campus,
"Ever try Nnrietta?"
"Nope, did you ever Tri Delta?"
is not espe-
Famous Closing Lines
ken my door again," said the father
little Williewith the paint brush.