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...Asst. Managing Editor
........City Ecitor
.......Sports FEditor
........ Women's Editor
...........Telegraph Editor
ORIAL BOARD
H. Hardy Heth
. . .Advertising Manager
-........Issue Manager
.......Office Manager
...............'Publication Manager
.. Circulation Manager
.Subscription Manager
Music Editor
. - -- - - ........Literary E ditor
......Exchange Editor
............. Campaign Editor
..............Efficiency Editor

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ams Brewster Campbell
John I. Dakin
TAFF
ki Dorothy Monfort
-t Minnie Muskatt
Robert C. Angely
Lan Robert D. Sage
Thomas J. Whpinery

eFarnum D. P. Joyce
rd Newton Robt. Somerville
on Iill Arthur L. Glazer
F. M. Heath
ire information concerning news for
Id see the issue editor, who has full
ated that night.
>r the week are as follows:
Monday night; Thomas H.
ht; Brewster P. Campbell,
e M. Woodruff, Thursday
Friday night; and Thornton
day night.
ANUARY 16, 1920.

zT AT THE HOME

11 season has started off
s are running high for a
te this, in the last few, days,
re spoken of the poor sup-
by the spectators at the con-
the men have even gone so
y would rather play before
ce than before Michigan

some m diviuals out ot that state.
There are two general classes of individuals who
arrive at the senior year-perhaps complete the
senior year-without showing much evidence of ad-
vancement.. First are those who seem to feel that
the height of achievement is to "become a child
again." This class do not want to know anything
or to act as -if they knew anything except in the
lines of diversion. The second class take them-
selves too seriously, suffer badly from .,ego, and
take particular pleasure in making an impression.
Neither of these classes has advanced -very far
from the immature ideas that belong to the grad-
uate of the "prep" school.
It would seem that success in the University, as
in the world, rests in ability to respond at the right
time and in the right way to the demands of other
men. It is not of such radical importance what
curriculum a man chooses, what department he is
in, what specific grades he gets or even how "big"
a man he is in student activities. His attitude to-
ward other people and his response to them is what
really counts. If he leaves the University with a
little intelligence, a little executive ability, much
comifrn sense, and ,a great deal of likable person-
ality he will betray four years of good schooling.
But many there are who look upon university
life as a sort of pr'otected retirement from the de-
mands of an outside world;who see it as a place
for self-inflation or self-gratification. These, in
the language of the proverb, never grow up.
TheTelescope
Freshmen girls the distant view scan
For gallant knights and pages.
But the wise Seniors look for a man
Who merely works for fair wages.
I know that Jonah must have been
A great Financier because the
Good Book tells us that he
Floated a lot of stock. "
, I thank you.
A Modern Jonah
Wanted - Young man, white, active, to drive'
single horse and work inside. - Adv. Baltimore
Sun.
Dear Noah:-
In playing poker I notice thatI win one night and
lose the next. Is the're any way I can get around
this ? I. Wall.
Why not try only playing every other night.
Born to Blush Unseen
"What's the idea of going along the street with
your'coat collar turned up., It isn't cold."
"I know it isn't, but this is my girl's birthday
and I wanted to please her by wearing that tie she
gave me for Christmas."
And He Didn't Crack a Smile
Prof.-Now if you can-just get that one idea into
your head you will have the whole thing in, a nut-
shell.
Our Daily Novelette
A wave of compassion for him as he lay there
groaning and helpless flooded my soul. I could
remember him in the full strength of his virile man-
hood, and now the sight of him as he lay on his
bed, his face twisted out of all human resemblance
because of the terrible pain- he was suffering, was
indeed a pitiful sight. He bit his lips until the
blood spurted from them in his efforts to stifle
those groans which wracked his body. And yet I
could not let pity for him blind me to the fact that
I had sworn to do this terrible deed. My whole

soul revolted at the thought that I was about to take
an unfair advantage of 'a man because he was in no
position to defend himself. But still I had- made
that promise and I was in duty bound to fulfill it.
Biterly I cursed myself because in a momentary
fit of weakness I had made him a promise the ex-
ecution of which I knew would now cause him ter-
rible suffering. My very soul revolted at the mere
thought of the deed which I was about to, per-
form. I stifled the voice of my, conscience, and
despite his pitiful, blood-congealing cries I fulfilled
my promise to him-for with trembling hands I
seized the mustard plaster and tore it off his back.
J. W. K.
Where Haste Might Be Patal
"What's that fellow doing? He's been standing'
on that one spot on the campus for nearly an
hour."
"He's taking a moving picture of two co -eds
hurrying over between classes to West hall.",
"What's that fellow doing? He's been standing
on that one spot on the campus all morning?"
"He's taking a moving picture of two co-eds
hurrying over between classes to West Hall.
Famous Closing Lines
"I shrink from this ordeal," said the stout lady
as the scales indicated that she had lost ten pounds
by dieting. NOAH COUNT.

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Local Cars East Bound-6:o5 a. m., 9:05 a. mm
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When You Think

"AB ER ASKS 1MOrEl SUPPORT
OR FOS IMA DOLIN CLUB
According to Frank Taber, director
of the Varsity Mandolin club, "the
Freshman Mandolin club needs more
support from the' freshman class,
which surely ought to have plenty of
material for the club. Any string
instrument can be used, but basses are
especially needed."
Officers of the club desire to have
all the tryouts possible on hand for
the next practice at 7:30 Wednesday
night in Lane hall. While they say
that fairly satisfactory progress is be-
ing made, there is not the enthusiasm
and support on the part of the fresh-
men which is necessary to secure the
best results.
CREOLE PRALINES at Tices' Drug
will appear Thursday.-Adv.
L.EARN* TO DANCE
Don't Be Wall Flower
PROf, MITTENTHAL'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.........8.00.
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 teach the right way. Seventy-
five per cent of dancers dance
with t he Fox Trot music but'-
don't dance the Fox Trot the
right way-by allmeans they
think they do, but they, are
cheating themselves, not the or-
chestra. Also position as well
and cheekdancing is improper
and outof 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
your cantattend the parties. No
spectatoi's, strictly private.

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n no other sport is the influence of the
It to such an extent as in basketball.
to the proxjmity of the stands to the
urt and the fact that evetry remark
e heard by the players. Many of these
e not tended to give support to the five
eavoring to uphold Michigan's athletic
he court. Criticism of the manner in
1 plays the game should be left to the
east until after the game.
PORT VS. SLAUGHTER
>e long before the song birds will be
om their sojourn -in the south and the
s-red squirrels, cliipmunks, and kin-
-will return from their long hiberna-
s also the time when the "wanderlust"
f a man and he goes forth into the
e fields to satisfy that craving. But.
is armed witl a -rifle with which he.
ove his skill. The objects of these at-
m most cases none other than the harm-
d small mammals, which are killed for
>ut to test the accuracy of a shot and
.to rot on the ground. -
"warden of Washtenaw county has
desire to lay special emphasis on the
of the songbirds this spring. Students
rsity, he says, are to blame for a great
needless slaughter of harmless birds
Not only is the practice wasteful
, but it is unlawful and any one guilty
ct is liable to prosecution.
iding the University should be well
-e of the value'of the songbirds and
e small animals to refuse 'to be guilty
em for the mere pleasure of killing.
uch procedure is entirely opposed to
true sportsmanship.

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YOU A FRESHMAN?
is directed to upperclassmen -who
xd the verdant days. Not long ago
perclassman referred jocularly to
o look like freshmen." His remark
ill-timed. It is no disgrace to look
but it is disgraceful to act like one
one after the second year. The
has. its time order and place order,

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