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December 10, 1919 - Image 2

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REPRESENTATION WITHOUT TAXATION
Do you know what your representatives are doing
-- each week in the meetings of the Student council?
Far from suggesting that this body needs any par-
r ticular censoring of its work, it is our idea that a
more common knowledge of what it is fbr and what
o it is doing, would be a decided stimulus to the com-
ise mendable work which it has already done. The
nd i1919-20 Student council has acquired an impor-
tance in campus activities which has' probably not
been equalled in the last several years. It should be
granted a corresponding interest on the part of its
'lg. constituents.
Of
the We are told that the members of an ideal state
ce.
are in, constant touch with their legislative repre-
- sentatives, this being an attribute to perfect repre
- sentation. It would seem that 'a university comnua-
or nity is the ideal place for practicing this theory by
rr acquiring a personal familiarity with the workings,
- of such organisations as the Student council.
The university man who does not know what his
;or
representatives are doing. is no less to be decried
than the man who knows no interest in the activi-.
ties of congress. Both fail in an appreciation of the
very foundation of: our government.
The uStdent council meets every Wedndsday
evening in the Union. Ymu are privileged to attend"
its open sessions and to be heard, if the occasion
r arises.
Make the council represent you personally.

NARCISSUS,

BULBS

FOR CHRISTMAS at

GRAHAM'S

BOTH ENDS OF THE
DIAGONAL WALK

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DETROIT U7NITED LINE$
(Oct. °26, 1919)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express ,Cars-6:io a.
im., and hourly to 9:io p. m.
Jackson Lmited and Express Car" :48
.a. in., and every hour to 9:48 p. mn. (E9c-
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6 :o5 'a. mn., 9 05S a.
m. and every two hours to 9:05 -p. n., 10:
p. m. To Ypsilantionly, rr:4$ p. m., 1:10
a. mn., and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-7 :48 a. m. and
12:20 a. n.

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WAHR"S

UNIVERSITY

ADELPHI TO GIVE ANNUAL
BANQUET AT CUTTING'S, DEC.

16

or

ster .Campbell
I. Dakin

Whoever started the rumor that "Professor"
Porta, who has startled the world with his state-
ments that the world is coming to an end Dec. 17,}
is from the University of Michigan, had Bolshe-
vik ideas probably. He was a professor in the Uni-
versity of Turin, Italy.

Adelphi House of Representatives
will hold its annual banquet Dec. 16,
at the Cutting cafe. Final plans in-
clude a program, consisting of talks
by Prof. David Friday of the econ-
omics department-; Ralph M. Carson,
Grad.; Tom Black, a*Detroit alumnus;
Herman A. August, '21L; George D.
Wilaer of the oratorical repartment,
and Kelsey Guilfoil, '21L.

Tuttle's
Lunches
Nunnally's
Maynard St.

!-

There is only one good 'reaso.n why you
not become a life member of the Union
time -- the fact that you are already one.

-ucurp. -Ita .aov
CApI and Surplus, $550,000.(
Resources ......... $4,000,00.0
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
''707 North University Ave.

should
at this

: . . ~

r, who has full
as follows :
ornton W.
- P. Camp-

The- Guillotine,
Hymrn o fHate
'I hate the politician,
I hate the profiteer,,
I hate the prohibition
That cuts us off from 'beer; .
I hate the bolsheviki,
The phony uplift nob
And every other'tricky
Fourfiusher on .the job.

ARMORY-Prof. Mittenthal's
DANCING SCHOOL
Friday Evening, 7 to 8:30
Beginners' class now starting
and also advanced class. Attend
now, don't wait, class growing
rapidly. People learn where to
go to learn the new dances
quick, and also enjoying a very
pleasant evening with the popu-
lar music. If you are a good
dancer you get popular. If you
come once you are convinced. I
guarantee . service. I want 54
more Ladies to join the class to
dance with the Gentlemen. Spe-
cial to Ladies, 8 lessons $3.00;
single lesson 50c.

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For Satisfactory Amateur
Finishing leave your Films

at

1-

SQuarry's

drug

so I

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bric as our
to reduce

I hate the free verse maker,
The sex books, plays and chats;
I hate the astral fakir,
The folowers of spats;
I hate the -fresh air freezer,
I hate the fragrant Turk -
But I hate- MOST the geezer
Who originated work.
Guy F. Lee.

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blem.
rs. Nor
ply with
w te are

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ity
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in a Woman Punches Wotld-Be Masher. - Free
Press. Sort of an off-hand reply as it were.
s There's a Lot of Truth in This
t be The fire department was called out shortly be-
s or fore noon to quench a fire at the Pottersvile home.
ex- Not much damage was done as the blaze was nearly
orse out when the firemen arrived upon the scene. -
Baraboo, Wis., Republic.

Before going home
for the Holidays
You Have
An Exceptional Opportunity to dispose of your
worn clothes at the very highest prices

-

there is no mer-
obligation to as-
mbers of an' in-

them.

d students is
It is the spirit

found it at times impos-
lumni who come back. An
erefore-be made. When
11 feel the same about the

Overheard on the Campus
"Going to the lecture this evening?"
"What's it about?"
"Winter sports in Norway; Coasting, etc."
"Illustrated?"
"Yep, with slides."
Wooden Wedding
Norma Stump and Arthur Post were ' quietly
united in' marriage at Mattoon yesterday by the
Reverend Arthur Scripps.--Champaign, Ill., Leader.
Hitching Post as it were. Or Norma couldn't be
Stumped. (Kameradei!)
Our Daily Novelette
TOM-WHY .IS IT THAT A SMILE AL-
WAYS CREEPS ACROSS A WOMAN'S FACE?
JERRY-VERY'SIMPLE. IF IT RAN IT
WOULD RAISE TOO MUCH DUST.
A Red Hot Soprano
(From the First M. E. church calendar, Jackson)
Sunday, Dec. 14, "A Voice from Hell." Miss
Emma Hoffman will sing.
Dear Louis:
As we are interested in gratis verse ourself we
ard sending to you an impression we received while
in the School of Music one day fo buy tickets for
the Seidlitz concert and saw a woman playing on a,
piano. Here it 'is
"Her great 'black earrings wobbled
And the chandelier shook
As hei strong plump fingers
Massaged the keyboard
With madly scattered bangs land thumps."

Men_ Cothngand Shoes
and can pay you a good price for anything that you have no further use for.
Never mind if they are soiled or worn. I am an expert cleaner and repairer
and everything is put in the best possible condition before being offered for sale.

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JUST NOW I NEED

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CAN ALSO PAY GOOD PRICES FOR
LADIES' GARMENTS AND SHOES

are not life
t 3,000 such-

Claude

Brown

they have been convinced
Zemselves, or they surely..
to convince others. It is
is they present, remember-
is for your own individual
e Union's interest or any-

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