rroathy at is the reason jusuce muuan de-
clared that ,some of the "best women in the coun-
try and in the world smoke cigarets-This isn't
Hickville out in the center of the farmi country."
People of the middle west may resent being re-
ferred to as hicks, They believe their homely cul-
ture on a par -with 'the east and- if the recent de
cision passed by the judge is a sample of eastern
morals, the middle west should be proud of its po-
sition. True, a few women have acquired the habit
in the middle. west. Even university women of
the west have, been accused of the habit, but it is a
practice which they are not proud of and which
they do not practice;in public.
Decisions by the court cannot chanke tradition
with one sweep of the wand. It is no Worse for'
woman to smoke than for man but the double stand-
ard of morals is entrenched so strongly that so-
ciety has decreed it bad taste for women to "roll
their own." It may be customary in the next cen-
tury but in this age it is considered unladylike and
Both Ends of the Diagonal Walk
DETROIT UNITED LINES It1llh ill IIIIllI lllilIIIllljIItlllllillitiiiliiiii
(Oct. 26. xgT9)--
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(Eastern standard Time) 'H-N
Detroit Limited and Express Cars--6:ro a.
IT)., and hourly to y : io p. m.
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presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:o5 a. m., 9:os a.'
M. and every two hours to 9:os p.m., 10:50
u. m. To Ypsilanti only, 11 :4Yp.sinp ., 1 :1oa
a. m., and to Saline, change at Yslanti.
Local Cabs West Bound--7 4$ a. M. and
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If it takes a "hick" t1 maintain
morals, the people of the western
object to the name.-Daily Iowan.
the standard of
plains may not
Due'to a misprint, the editoroal entitled "We
Have Real Michigan Men and-," which appeared
in Sunday's Daily, stated "It is time that these of-
ficials be brought 1p 'before the House committee'
of the Union and if'found guilty be dismissed from
Union membership and publication be made of the
names." The word "offenders" should have been
used in place of the word "officials."
That Hillsdale basketball game certainly gives
promise of some lively tilts on the floor of Water-
man gymnasium before the season is over.
Send in your service record now.
Here lies the body of Ezra Tank
Who answered the last Great Call
He got up in the dark and drank
A full bottle of wood alcohol.
NO EXAMINATION SCHEDULE ' schedule for examinations of the eng- place of each examination will
ANNOUNCED FOR ENGINEERS ineering college no schedule will ,be nounced by the instructor of
published in the columns of The Daily. class. All such announcement
Due to the irregularities of the instead, the exact time, date, ane be made on or befoare next Mon
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ho has full
Those unacquainted with the
nature of the. advanced dancing
classes which have been held
this semester in the Michigan
Union Annex under the direc-
tion and management of Mr. and
Miss Moses, are invited to at-
tend the first lesson of the new
term, tonight from 7:15 to 8:15
o'clock. Those wishing to con-
tinue the course may enroll af-
ter the lesson.
This is a mixed class and ex-
clusively for University men and
women. Last term's enrollment
was fifty-seven men and fifty-
seven women, but this term the
number will 'be limited to fifty
of each. . The lesson will start
promptly at 7:15 p. m.
All students who were in Military Service dur
European War and who have not already sent in rec
the Alumni Catalogue, Office, Memorial--Hall, are re(
to call at this office at soon as they can and fill out r
The University will publish soon a complete,.and c
account of MICHIGAN'S part in the world war, at
desired that every one s name be included.
H. L. SENSEMAN N.
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EX-SERVICE MEN and WOMEN
Your Military Records are Wanted
should be an
ould not have:
regard to the
Smiles sweetly when you step all over.her new shoes
.at the dance
Or laughs very heartily at that joke which you have
now sprung for the eleventh time
And gives you those soulful, worshipful looks
_.T Don't be-sure that you have "knocked her dead."
It may be that she hasn't a bid for the J-Hop
yet, and that you're her last hope.
Can you suggest anything which I can really
help in the conserving of food? Newlywed.
You might try engaging a cook that doesn't keep
company with a cop.
A Red Hot Meeting
Mrs. J. T.'Miller read an articles on "Personal
Devils." There were 17 present.-Boone News Re-
And Now Somebody Else is the Star Boarder
Landlady-Is the chowder cold?
Boarder-Yes. But not clammy.
Where "Silence Would Be Gold in"-Your Pocket
"kMae is a fine girl but-".
"What's the matter? Is she a co-ed ?"
"No. But she has an impediment in her
"Impediment in her speech? What do you
"If you ask her out for dinner or for a taxi
ride after the show she can't for the life of her
Our Daily Novelette
Spring in all its verdant glory had at last come.
From the boughs of the mulberry bush the dickie
.bird poured forth its sweetest ecstasies. Overhead
a silvery moon beamed down upon a world- per-
meated with romance. He walked beside her,
through- the meadow. Yet strange to relate he
made no effo-t to slyly encircle her waist; nor did
she on her part send him any of those amorous.
glances which are calculated to make ta lover's heart
palpitate and quiver like an aspen shaken by a
gentle balmy .zephyr. Occasionally. though, she
would look- at him with those beautiful eyes of
hers-larger trustful eyes which could only be lik-
ened to limpid pools of bottomless depths. Could
it he that they had quarreled? He opened the gate
for her to pass through first, yet no word of thanks
issued from her lips. For he was only a farmer
boy and she-yes, she was only a Jersey cow.
J. W. .K.
in famnous Closing Lines
"Im in chirge ofa squad of men," said the de-
serter as the firing squad marched him to a blank
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