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.....HARRY M. CAREY

Brewster Campbell
ohn I. Dakin
ms Wornton Sargen r.
.... .... ' . .... .... .. . Campbell
...... J. P, Hart
..... ... Mlarguerite Clark
. .........Joseph A. Bernstein
an Mark K. Ehlbert
Assistants
Johnson Dorothy Monfort
-iam H. Riley Minnie Muskatt
1 G. Weber Anna McGurk
4. Clarke WVinefred Biethan,
ert C. Angell Samuel Lamport
W. Wrobleski Robert D. Sage
Thomas J. Whinery
3INESS STAFF
elephone 960
................PAUL .E. CHOLETTE
Lerand A. Gaines, Mark B. Covell
..H...................enry Whiting.
. . .Edward Priehs
.......Curt P. Schneider, R. A. Sullivan
Assistants
I. Heath D. P. Joyce
-hund Kunstadter Robt.r ommerville
Arthur L. Glazer

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condition of ediment in the pipes. This sediment
is dependent in amount on the amount of water
running to any given part of the city. To relieve
this condition, the city flushes the mains periodi-
cally. A fire, necessitating a sudden increase of
pressure in a certain district, may increase the sed-
iment, as may other causes; but there is no dan-
ger of disease, and the supply is absolutely safe.
Absolutely no river water has been used in the
mains since July."
Citation three is the report made by the city
water works department Monday night. It allays
all suspicions as to the use of river water, brings
admiration of the city's achievement in securing a'
safe and permanent drinking supply, and tells
throughout of .a determination to watch out for the
safety of the public, particularly in the clause which
reports that, pursuant to a recommendation of the
state board of helath, a liquid chlorine outfit has
been added at the Washington pumping station, in
case any deterioration should ever make itself evi,;
dent.
Th e Telescope
Having recently taken a correspondence course
on "How to Be Witty Tho' in Love," we gladly
pass on some of the invaluable lessons learned:
LUSSON I
. At the least sign of an awkward pause you say
in a light, corversational tone of voice, "Well, I,
didn't have to bring any wood in last night"-then
pause dramatically. The girl sensing that a jest is
to be sprung, registers interest. Indeed, some have
been known to transcend these conversational
heights and murmurs something original and start-
ling such as "Really" or "Is that so?" "Yes," you
reiterate, "I didn't bring any wood in last night be-
cause Dad caie home with a load." You then laugh
uproariously until the girl grasps the fact that this
is a joke. After she coines outs of her convulsions
she probably murmurs, "Oh, Charlie, you always
were .such a wag," and from then on your reputa-
tion as the village cutup is secure.
She (trying to be polite to the stranger she has
just met)-And what class are you in?
He (proudly)-Class A, as he recollected that he
hadn't lost a single game yet in Huston's pool tour-
nament.
Overheard at the "Maf"
(Pathe Weekly. showing the rather frail King
George and his buxom wife), hoarse whisper be-
hind us-"No wonder they sing 'God Save the
King.' "

Adams
Boyd
Hazen
Pierce-

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R A H A
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information concerning news for any
the night editor, who has full charge'
iight.
week are as follows: Joseph
T night; George Brophy,
mpbell, Wednesday ; Thom-
ay ; Thortton Sargen Jr.,
FEBRUARY 25, 1920.
EW WORLD
triotic inspiration that was
>le sincerity, spoken by an
y for all Americans, the ad-
. auditorium by the Honor-
. yesterday afternoon marked
gan's career. Not at all un-
ure from the custom of not
hemes into the Auditorium.
nd went with the riohteous
less satisfactory reaization
spoken on a problem of mo-
w world after the war, has
and never fanciful, which,
t, should not be merged in
w world must be a light to
)nnected with foreign affairs
a broader reach than even
But independence is as requi-
r as in a leading individual.
nner soul of- a nation must
jugated to the international
isibility of American citizen-
)ject, and the so-called duty
lary. And the, new world
for its own good and as an
nations.
- IT'S PURE!
>lzasute that.The Daily finds
L discredit .one of those un-
)reading rumors which is so
e comfort and contentment
munity. Recently a consid-'
:ioning and opinionating has
uposed change for the worse
r. The large amount of iron
r, and the slight amounts of
themselves occasionally vis-
s of deterioration in quality,
even have caused a rather
due, to failure of the springs
r, the old river supply was
p the difference.
our glasses with the assur-
good and sufficient points of
nt water supply far beyond
tatement of Dr. Herbert W.
Pasteur institute, who ex-
for the University every
he city water supply has.not
nstallation of the new spring
ons in the sediment content
appear at times, but they arp
The water is absolutely safe

Dear N'oah
What does the poet mean when
'silent watches of the night?"

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he refers to the

ntract Spe cifications
- College Algebra
Railway Accounting
rength of Materials
iffy Years of Europe
Integral Tables

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Interested.
I. think he had in mind the clock in the corridor,
of 'U" Hall which has been silent since ,io:30 of
some bygone day.
I know a man who before
He came to college must
Have been a tailor 'cause
Every time something comes up
Instead of making a few fitting
Comments, he always makes
Some cutting remark.
I thank you.,
Oar Daily Novelette
The hesitating and almost fuitive manner in
which he entered the Baltimore Lunch betrayed
the fact 'that it was his first visit there. He stood
around in a rather bewildered way but finally took
his cue from the rest of the crowd and at last man-
aged to get his food and sit down. Like every one
else who tries this for the first time he discovered
that he had forgotten something. Leaving his food
on his chair he rushed back to get the coffee which
he had overlooked.
Ii
When he came back he was astounded to see some
one occupying his clair. "I beg your pardon," he
said to the intruder, "but that's my chair. The fel-
low showed no signs of getting up and at last be-
tween mouthfuls he managed to say in a belliger-
ent tone,,"Beat it, you can't prove it." "Oh, yes, I
can," said the other, his voice high-pitched and
shrill with triumph. And then pointing dramati-
cally to the tell-tale stain he said confidentially and
alomst sympathetically, "That's my lemon pie
you're sitting on." J. W. K.
Alas! So Young and Yet SoHardened
Howard Baker, i year old, father of three, found
guilty.-Buffalo News.
Why Ye Editor Has to "Stag" It Everywhere
First sweet thing-So you've broken off. your
engagement with Jack.
Second dittoYes, I had to. He wrote such a poor
love letter that I was actually ashamed to show
it to the rest of the girls in the house.
Prof.-Do you know why I flunked you?
Stude-I can't think, sir.
Prof.-Correct, young man.

DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. A ,1919)
Between Detroit Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:0o a.
m., and hourly to 9:ro p. m.
Jackson Limited and Express Car :48
a. mw, and every hour to 9:4 p. m. (Ex-
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-:os a. m., 9:$, a.
m. and every two hours to g:bs p. M., io:So
p. mn. To Ypsilanti onl, sx :ig P. min.,:1:Io
a. m.. andto Saline cange t Yjilanti."
Ypsilanti.
Localcan west Bnnd.4 4s a. m. and
I2:m ap.,n.
INTERCURCH DIRIVE
BEGINS AT LANSING .
Beginning a campaign for a closer
unity among all evangelical Protestant
churches, the Interchurch World
movement-represented by 2,000 min-
isters from. all evangelical denomina-
tions in the state of I ehigan will
meet in conference at Lansing today.
Dr. Earl North, secretary of the
movement in Michigan, in outlining
the object of the movement said: "I
believe it is possible tha we shall be
able to make years of ordinary pro-
gress in our three days' effort to bring
about a more general Christian pro-
gram of co-operation. We aim toward
a practical working program for the
churches, to have the great denomina-
tional bodies so relate their activities
to teach other as to ontain the highest
effectiveness for the church as a
whole.'
"There is no tendency to infringe
upon the rightful independence o any
members. But there is a greater gain
for all in co-opertion ratheir than in
competition. We wril work for a unit-
ed front and the unity of action which,
after years of discouragement brought
victory to the allies."
JAZZ MUSIC HEARD THROUGH
NEW WIRELESS INSTRUMENT
Bufalo, N. Y., Feb., 24.-"Jasz by
wireless" is the latest word in the
advancement of music.
According to reports of amateur
wireless operators of Baualo and the
vicinity, instead of the usual series of
dots and dashes, they have been stur-
prised to hear a series of the latest
musical numbers. This. is due to the
use of a new device said to have been
operated by Charles Klinck, of Bufa-
lo. The apparatus permits transmis-
sion of the tones of the1 prdinary
phonograph with .startling clearness
and distinctness of tone.
One may now hear, over the wire-
less, songs varying frop the latest
jazz music to the harmonious tones of
Galli-Curci or Caruso.
PROFESSOR CLAIMS GEIyMANY
CANNOT FULFILTI TREATY
London, Feb. 23.-Pro. John May-
nard Keynes of Cambridge university,
who was the representative of the
British treasury at the Versailles con-
ference, maintains that the peace
terms are too heavy for Germany to
carry out. In his book "The Economic
Consequences of the Peace" he states
that efforts to enforce the terms willI
have disastrous results for Europe and
the world. He declares that the
terms were dictated in a spirit of re-
venge and, that they will react to the
disadvantage of the Allies.
EPIDEMIC OF BOOK WRITING'
SWEEPS OVER ENTIRE WORLD
London, Feb 23.-More books are

being written today than ever before
in the history of publishing says John'
Murray, widely known publisher. "The
average is better than it was 30 to 40
years ago," he added. "Great numbers
of people have contracted a feverish
desire to write novels, but many of
them have no real knowledge of the
author's craft, 'and are sadly unequal
to the task they undertake."
The Michigan Pally, the only sr.
ing paper in nrA Arbor, coita13a am
the latest campqus. ey, awnd elO
news.-Adv.
MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDIES'
at Tices' Drug Store, 117 S. Main St.
Fresh every Friday.-Adv.

NEW LIGHTING SYSTEM TO BE
PLACED IN HILL AUDITORIUM
Will Keep Rays From Shining Into
Eyes of Audience
Audiences in Hill auditorium will
no longer be annoyed by a faulty
lighting system and consequent strain
upon the eyes, according to a state-
ment made last night by Supt. E. C.
Pardon of the buildings and grounds

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Jones' Administration
Johnson and VanMetr
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Mead's Specificationss
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Pierce's Integral Table
BOOKS ARRIVN
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department. The proscenium lights
are to be put out of use and, to take
their place, 36 200-watt nitrogen
lamps have been installed in the
north end of the oval of lights in the
ceiling. '
By the new system, a flood light will
be thrown over the shoulders of the
people in the audience instead of shin-
ing directly in their faces.
The buildings and grounds depart-
ment has,, had the matter under con-
sideration for about two years but for
various reasons was unable to take
action until the present time.
MICHIGAN ROAD BUILDERS
HEAR AUTHORITIES AT SMOKER
Michigan road-builders, who' are
holding a conference here this week,
held a smoker Tuesday night in room
318 of the Union at which Horacio S.
Earl, commonly known as "Good-
road Earl" and as the father of the
good roads, movement in Michigan,
and Frank S. Rogers, State R\oad Com-
missioner, spoke on the road building
campaign before this state.
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For the'
Campus

A Beret
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Woven
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UST the thing girls!
Tam, made in Europ
the style originated.
in one piece, all wo
weight, clings as lightli
hair as a snowflake.

Just the thing, too, to express
vigorous class patriotism. Get
YouR class to adopt them. Be{
the first to put over this new
vogue in college headwear.
Beret Tams can be ordered in
any one of the following colors
through your local college
dealer-

COLORS:
Cardinarl
Golf Red
Navy Blue
Copenhagen Blue
Tan
Receda Green
Hunter Green
Myrtle Green
White
Purple
Sand
Brown

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he muttered as he
ad.

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