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the Univer-
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is exclusively entitled to the use for
patches credited to it or not otherwise
the local news published therein.
e at Ann Arbor, -Michlgan, as second

rd street.

300 words, if signed, the sig-
print, but as an evidence of
published in The Daily at the
r mailed to The Daily office.
,e no consideration. No man
writer incloses postage.
endorse the sentiments ex-

. Phone.2414 oo . Managing Editor
Jr- ..............Business Manager
Phone 96o or 2738
.Asst. Managing Editor
........City Eaitor
............. ..... Sports Editor
-.. ---.-... Women's Editor
tein .......................Telegraph Editor
EDITORIAL BOARD
a H. Hardy Heth
ines, Jr................... Advertising Manager
..........*. ...Issue Manage~r
.Office Manager
...........Publication Manager
.Circulation Manager
.Subscription Manager
Music Editor
............ ... .. Literary Editor
........ xchaiige Editor
.Campaign" Editor
. ......i........ .. ...Efficiency Editor
ISSUE EDITORS
A Jr.G orna B1]. Adams Brewster Campbell
Ge')rge~ Brophy * John 1. Dakin
EDITORIAL .STAFF
I R. W. Wrobleski, Dorothy Monfort
Samuel Laimport Minnie Muskatt
r Anna"McGurk Robert lk Angell-
Win'efred Biethan Robert D. Sage
Thomas J. Whinery

- The new publication rooms are surely a step in
advance.' While these may be appreciated only by
,a limited few, still it can be said with fairness that
the benefit is to the entire University as a whole.
Efficiency and attractiveness will stimnlate the ac-
tivity of Michigan's publications-one of the most
important things for Michigan. both at home and
abroad.
Lookinig at these improvements and then looking
ahead we cannot fail to see a brilliant future. As
time goes on, and the newness wears away the
benefit will, if anything, be more easily discerned.
For these things will become traditional--a part of
Michigan atmosphere. Incoming men will not re-
member the old, but in their own way they will ap-
preciate the new, incorporating it into their idea of
what Michigan is.
Last but not least, Michigan is soon to hail a
new executive, a man who will control Michigan
policies with all the wisdom and energy of youth.
And now they predict an increase of the tuition
fee. The old world's pretty much the same every-
where.
Have you shown that .military experience bene-
fited you by sending in your military record?
Are you preparing yourself to vote intelligently
on the peace treaty questiop Tuesday?
Evidently the piece de .resistance of that Jackson
dinner was the Wilsoa-Bryan split.

Graham

When You

Both Ends of the Diago nal Walk

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DETROIT UNITED LINES 1iiiii li lnrriar rnrnrru
(Oct. 26, 1919)--
Between Detrpit, Ann Arbor and Jackson '
(Eastern StandardTime) cDIAR ES A
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:io a.=
t,, and hourly to g:Fro p. M.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-8:48.. D ESK ,CAL
a. m., and, every hour to 9:48 p. M. (Ex
presses make.local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6a:3 a..n., 9:05 a.
:m. and every two hours to 9:o5 p. m., io:5o
.M. To Ypsilanti only, i::4 m p. i., ,1:1o
a. m.. and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
psilanti.
Local Cars West Bound--7:48 a. m. apd

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"Regents appoint an ichthyologist."
sound like A pipe course, at that.
It looks as though the Junior Hop
truly Junior affair this year.'

It doesn't

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D. P. Joyce
Robt. Somerville
Arthur L' Glazer
F. M. Heath

einformation concerning news for
see the issue editor, who has full
ed that night.
- the week are as follows:
ay night; J. Edwin Jbhn-
-ewster P. Campbell, .Wec1-
Brophy, Thursday ' night ;
night; Thornton Sargent,
NUARY 11, 1920.

MEN AND-7-
real Michigan

the members of the latter class are the
who broke the lock and destroyed the door
o one of the .balconies of the dance hall
chigan Union last Friday night.
were three ways-in which the students of
ersity could watch the followers of the
rean art at the Union dances: by buying a.
r watching from one of the 'two balcony
or by watching from the third floor hall-
few of the students of the University con-
e somewhat brilliant idea of breaking open
leading to one of the balconies over the
11 in order that they might see the dancers
isely.
gh the damage will amount to only about
fact that these few Michigan students
image their own property seems nearly in-
Surely they hurt themselves as well as
r Michigan Union members. A similar
e would be for them to go into their own
I break open a door.
ffense Friday night is not the first of its
has been committed in the Michigan Union
by members of the Union. It was only
that some of these students (unfortunately
call them Michigan students) climbed
of the dining room tables, destroying the
e lincn on the table. Other offenses have
orted to the Union officials.
ime that these officials be brought up be-
House committee of the Union and if
lilty be dismissed from Union membership
ication be made of the names of the of-
OPTIMISM
ng the reasons for optimism at Michigan
many, and of such variety that everybody
have at least one of his own that in his es-
surpasses all others.'
mary importance to everyone, however, is
library building, recently completed at 'an
I cost of between five and six hundred
. This will surely set a new era in Mich-
ogress, in Michigan's itifluence and even in
i's populdrity.
is the Michigan Union, founded upon one
iggest ideas ever existing, an idea of uni-
peal. It will stand not only for' the good'
nts but for the enduring welfare of
.s well. It will be a large factor in per-
Michigan ideals and in perpetuating Mich-

T"he Telescope'
An Epitaph
Here Lie the bones of Silas Gay
The durn fool got too smart.
He looked into a gun one day
To see what made the bullet start.
It happened during the Christmas holidays. He
had only two weeks to tell her how "big he went"
at school so h tarted right in.
"Am I popular there at college? Why, say, at
the last place I stayed the landldy actually cried
when I left."
"But I thought you wrote us that those Ann Ar-
bor landladies made you pay your room rent in ad-
vance."
What Higher Education Does for You
"The odor from the refuge was repugnant."--
From a Senior essay.
"Even love itself is governed by certain scien-
tific laws."-Extract from an Eastern professor's
speech.
Quite right, professor; by applying Boyle's Law'
we find the lower the gas the greater the press-
ure .
Dear Noah:-
Is 'it considered poor form to wear jewelry with
evening. clothes? Eddie Kett.
We are unable to answer this question, never
having been able to have our jewelry and evening,
clothes at the same time.

Union Loses On "Red Feather"
Eight hundred dollars was the loss
to the Michigan Union management for
the production of "Red Feather," a De
Koven opera. This is the' first time
the Union has met with a financial loss
on a production. The Michigan Union
opera usually nets about $2,500.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.
LEARN TO DANCE
Don't Be 'Wall Flower
PR OF. M1TTENTHAL'S
DANCING SCHOOL
ARMORY
Every Friday Evening
7:00 to 8:30
TERMS:.
Gentlemen, 8 lessons.....$8.00
Single lesson.......... 1.25
Ladies, 8 lessons.......3.00
Single lesson ........... .50
Spend your money at the best
school and get results. I guar-
antee to teach you all the latest
steps in less than term and
make you a perfect and graceful
dancer. New class begins Fri-
day, Jan. 16; also advance class
same evening. Any person wish-
ing to learn the proper way to
dance the Fox Trot come to me.
I teachrthe right way. Seventy-
five per cent of dancers dance
with theFox -Trot music but
don't dance the Fox Trot the
right way-by all means they
think they do, but they are
cheating themselves, not the or-
chestra. Also position as well
and cheek dancing is improper
and out of place in a Ballroom.
it'is not,'taught by any dancing
instructor. For deportment and
grace attend my school. Don't
be backward. Learn now so
you can attend the parties. No
spectators, strictly private.

FLOWERS FLOWERING PLANTS
Cousins & Hall,
Members Florists Telegraph Delivery
phone 115 1002 S. Univ.

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T HE ELECTRIC Washing Machine
has become a most necessary
assistant in the home. It is as
essential to good housekeeping as-the
kitchen sink. Because of the -high
price of household labor it can be
purchased and operated at less cost
than the expense of a laundress. The
washing is far superior to that done
by hand.
On our display floor you will find
a complete line of these machines and
we shall be pleased to demonstrate
their efficiency.

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We Sure Hope This One Makes a Hit
'23D-What's the slide rule?
"23E-Feet first if-you expect the baseman
give you the right of way.

FULL DRESS.SUITS

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Why They Hung Out the S. R. O. Sign
The first M. E. church will hold a gospel service
and church social Wednesday night at the church
narlors. The members will study Miss Grace
Saxe's outline, after which refreshments will be
served.-Tewanna Herald.
Our Daily Novelette
The hour was midnight. The streets were de-
serted. The doctor was aroused from his sound
slumbers by the frantic ringing of his doorbell. He
thrr'w open the door and a stranger-breathless and
dlisheveled-staggered in.
"My wife-my wife," he gasped.
"Yes, yes, what about her," asked the doctor.
"Something terrible has happened to her. Her
jaw is set and she cannot utter a single word. In-
stantly the doctor was ,galvanized into action.
"Just a moment and I'll be with you." Where-
upon all hope died out of thde stranger's eyes to be
succeeded by a look of dumb anguish.
"No, no, Doc," he entreated in a pitiful, heart-
rending tone. "That's just what I wanted to see you
about. But if you're up my way some time next
week you might drop in and see what's wrong with
her." J. W. K.
Famous C'losing Lines,
"Here's where I shine," said the. bootblack as the
customer seated himself. NOAH COUNT.

We have an exceptionally fine showing of
Woolens suitable for Full Dress and Tuxedo tail-
ored suits. We tailor these Woolens in styles cor-
rect to th. minutest detail. The elegance of the
material is an assurance that the suits will retain
their shape. Place your order now for your new
suit for the J-Hop.

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