wring the Univer-
d to the use for
tor not otherwise
ichigan, as second
Two weeks-wherein you can save yourself. f rom
a disappointment that is irretrievable both to. your-
self and to your friends: Vacation is not a time for
high-brows .to count their A's and. B's, but. it. might
well be used to consider the C's and D's.
The Illinois "U" Y. M. C. A: is going to provide
entertainment every day of the vacation for the
students who do not go home. Is Illinois to beat
us in everything this year?
Take no stock in the story of the alleged world's
end on 'Dec. , 17. According to many people, it
ended on a certain May j, anyway.
The 17th having passed without mishap we can
now all heave a sigh of relief and become life mem-
bers of the "I-told-you-so" club.,
Peace- Head Quits 1~rance--head: What's the us*
of being a peace delegate if there is nothing more to.
DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. 26,' 19i9)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
MEastern Standard "Time)
Detroit Limited, and Express Carssq-6 :io a.
Mi., and hourly to 9 : o p. mn.
Jackson Limited and Express Cas-8:48
a. mn., and every hour 'to 9:4$ p. hn. ($x-
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars Last Bound-4 :os a. mn., 9:05 a.
in. and every two hours to 9:o5 p. Mn., 10:o
u. m. To Ypsilanti only, 11:44 P. M., £1:10
a. m1., and to' Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-i :48 a. tn. and
r 2o a. Im.
Easily the best e eiin 5c
..., .y a _.,. ... " ,.. _ . ,.
THE PICTORIAL REVIEW
WEED BOCKMAN~-Mistressing. editor
PROVIDES M OV IE S
Extension bureau facilities of the
University are being used as a clearing
house for the -educational films sent
out by the department of interior and
the 'bureau of commercial 'ecooomics.
There are 125 reels of 1,000 feet each
stored, here to be sent out whenever
requ~ested. These films deal with 'sub- Y
jects of !ravel, industry, education,
war, and history.
Factories and business houses may
have filmzs of. their- industries made,.
and these will be sent out free of
charge. by the bureau.
Anyone' who will pay the express-1
age may secure the reels to use at any;
meetings where no admission is
charged. Schools, clubs, and- factories '
throughout this district are seeing
the advantage of moving pictures as.
,AN ARBOR CROP SUET
Excellent' CHOP, SttEY from
11:80O a. mn. to midnight
Steaks and Chops 314 1. State
A million thanks
ay football card. St
Samuel, hot Dog
Original Style 'of invocation
'~Gargoyle wishes for .its readers (both of them.)'
a very Merry Christmas (pr'oviding your suscrip-
tion is paid) and .the happiest kind 'of a New Year.
Plain old phrases those (like the rest of the mag-
azine). but, they best express (Wells-Fargo) what
we wa.nt to say to every one, of you.
Until 1920 then, so strong.
Young men always want smart shoes
young man is a sort of a lexicon of shoes
He knows just what he wants in a pair
just where to go ;to get them.
THAT'S THE REASONj HE
, , ;,
Skycjl--Whza dogs tail'like a vehicle?
Pryhcj--Cuz it's allus wagon.
DANCING CLASSES AT THE
Pcy hx-Why is a running dog like a tailor shop?
Sdtzvc--Because he pants.
(From the Michigan Daily of November 1)
Gargoyle to Compete for Cup in "College. Wit."
--Number of judge.
If this is
)fl the cam-
Discussing the contest, lchnrnn said, "At pres-
ent the Gargoyle ranks amongst the leading college
humor papers of the country. Its art staff' cannot
'be equalled by any other college paper."'
Pa-pa, what is the' Gar-goyle ?
'My son, you must not .speak dis-re-spectfully of
Isn't the Gar-goyle a joke mag-a-zine ?
Yes, it is fun-ny how they ever sell it.
Who wvrites for the Gar-goyle?
:Noah, Ram-e-ses II, Queen Anne, The Amer-
i-can Li-brary of Wit and Hu-mor and every-body
knut the. Ed-i-tor.
Why do they write for the Gar-goyle ?
Be-cause they can-not write for the Daily any
DIoesn't the ed-i-tar ever write any-thing?
No, thank good-ness,he doesn't.
You may go now. The les-son is ov-er.
Should Not Be Further Neglected
This applies equally as well to those who need new clothing and
Furnishings, as well as to those who have gifts to purchase for men or
A VISIT TO OJR ,STORE WILL CONVINCE YOU
OAF T]HE DESIRABILITY OF TRADING HERE WHERE
Hart, Scbaffner & )frarx
S uits and Overcoats
rcouncil. B~ut this
a f raternity move.
an agent f or the
Aan and is asking
an on the-campus.
to this organiza-
"during the holi-
Pcjhlr-Why is the Gargoyle like a soft boiled
WGzl'tyl-Because it is usually prepared in three
!in all styles and sizes are sold. The, high :quality of this line, the rich-
:ness of the patterns and the fine quality of the fabrics are such that at
~'our prices great value is received.
is to, utilize every
the spirit of econ-
tion advocates just
Silk Shirts House
The Evolu-tion of a Joke
"I'm smoking an awful lot of cigars lately."
"Yes, you're right if that is one of them."
-Gargoyle front page, this number.
fber of probations and conditions have
:announced at' the Registrar's officN.
em to indicate that vacation is' not
*for certain students, a number of
ide the semeste'r so far nothing much
ound of enjoyment These people
nded that' two weeks is a time of re-
,hich they can retrieve their lost rep-
r .care to applv themselves. It is only
American Library of Wit. and Humor. Vow"
Gargoyle, May Number. (1914)
Literary Digest (Spice of Life Column)
Punch Bowl. (0915)
B. L. T. January 22nd. (0915)
Yale Record. (1g16)
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