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ell-tale paths across the campus,
ts that were 'made by lazy feet
ipters sometimes slyly vamp us
e indirectness of concrete.

To forsake

an, as

treet.

We are prone to be in far too big a hurry
And we think that one more track will do no
harm
So we just increase our speed a bit and scurry
Straight across-(we always did it on the
farm).
Then again and then againit was so easy,
We repeat the little trick till after while,
We go swagging across the lawn so breezy,
That the sidewalks look a little out of 'style.

TWO STORES

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Pretty soon the campus landscape will be tinted
With a shade of .green, a bright inspiring hue.
Let us hope the loveliness will not be stinted
By a thousand crazy pathways cutting through.-
W. F. E.
-The University Daily Kansan.
We wonder how much of the price of admission
goes to pay for those lengthy advertising films with
which we are favored at all of our local movie thea-
ters. Granted they are a necessary evil, it should'
not be necessary to show the same films for months
in order to make the audience realize the merits of
certain products.

DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. 26, 1i19)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:1 a;
in, and hourly to 9::o p. m,
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-8 :48
a. m., and every hour to 9:48 p. m. (Ex-
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:o5 a. m., g:e5 a.
m. and every two hours to 9:o5 p. m., I:0s
n. mn. To Ypsilanti only, x11:45 p). m., 1:10
a. mn., and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-7:48 a. m. and
'2:20 a im

Just Received!
Jones' Administrationo f
Industrial Enter
Johnson and VanMetre's
Railroad Transpor1
Mead's Specifications and
Engineering Rela
pierce's Integral Tables.
BOOKS ARRIVING DAILY

K. EhlbertA

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ANN ARBOR CHOP SUE Y
'Excellent CHOP SUET from
11:304. .. to midnight
Steaks hnd Clops. 314 S. State

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We try not to be jealous but we can't help envy-
ing a friend of ours. His girl is a regular beauty,
she doesn't care for sweets, the movies hurt her
eyes and-(interrupted by loud, ironical laughter
from the gallery).

...

We Hope No One,.Gets Intoxicated with Joy,
Over This One
"Didja hear about Jack the other night? -
made a run of 4 playing 3 cushion billiards at
then staggered out the room."
"Lucky dog; where did .he get 'the stuff?"
"He didn't have any. He was drunk wi
power."

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nd

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Maybe It Only'Seemed That Long
His married life started 'at 71 and lasted
years.-Buffalo News.

69

Jiagazine RevieW
Casual observers, scanning -their
copy of the February Gargoyle, which
made its appearance Thursday morn-
ing, became slowly aware that some-
thing was the mnatter. The usual
varied pages of cartoon and buffoon-
ery had given way to something far
more severe, as if-yes, it must be-
as if the statelier Chimes had been
bound by mistake between the Gar-
goyle's covers.
A closer scrutiny, a glance at the
deceitful spelling, and chuckles re-
placed consternation. Gargoyle, up.
to his-or her-old tricks, had satir-
ized a whole issue of the Chimes,
and named it the Crimes number.
"Gargoyle" appears only three times
in the issue: in small letters on the
cover, in agate type on the contents
page, an in spirit throughout-a
good-natured spirit of railery that
spring out in every one of the satir-
ized Chimes articles, from that "Sug-
gesting just a dandy system of ath-
letics" to the scandalously doctored
editorial page and a genuinely funny
Plaziarization of "Through the Oth-
er End."
Indiana League Teaches Dancing
The Woman's League at Indiana
university is .conducting dancing class-
es. The classes are held each week,
and an admission of 35 cents is charg-
ed. Last fall large crowds attended
the classes and the League cleared
from $50 to $60 each week.

OF

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SHOP APRONS,
C L C A SAPITAL COATS.

WE HAVE COMPLETE

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ti of the great
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fitted to hear

that

Taft to return, and
Hill auditorium for
hould profit greatly
view of the greatly
cause of Mr. Taft's
e's foremost expon-
to come, there are
. Herbert Hoover
ny possible sugges-
'ents should not be
)pportunity for im-.

Dear Noah:-
Is there any reason why manufacturers are mak-
ing muslins out of the fibre of the banana tree?
A. W.,
The reason for this is very self-evident. Muslins
made out of thefibre of the banana tree would be
very easy to slip on.
Again we rise to inquire, What has become of
the old fashioned comedian who used to tell of
how he had drawn a picture of a hen which was so
real to life that when he threw the sketch in the
basket it laid there?
,This higher education sure is great stuff. After
you're -exposed to it instead of calling a man a
thief you insert an ad. in The Daily politely ask-'
ing the gentlemen who took your best hat by mis-
to return it.
Our Daily Novelette
It was 12 o'clock. The reading room of the
Union was deserted save for one man. He was
slumped down in one of the luxurious upholstered
chairs, his chin resting dejectedly on his breast. His
listless, apathetic attitude seemed that of a man who
has played for high stakes in +'e Lottery of Life
only to find that he has drawn a blank.j
I'.
The attendant tapped him on the shoulder and
said, 'You'll have to go, sir, it's closing time." The'
man looked up at him with dull, hopeless eyes and
nodded withotit speaking. He rose rather heavily
and shuffled out of the room, a pathetic and sorry
figure. Something in his look of abject hopeless
ness touched my sympathy and I went over to try
and comfort him.
II.
"Tell me about it, my boy," I said in a kindly
tone. A look of suspicion dawned in his eyes to be
succeded by one of relief. "I must tell some one
or I'll go mad," he said in a guttural, unnatural
tone./ "Last night I called up my girl and-and" he
broke off rather sharply as though the incident was
'too painful to even be mentioned. Ah I had been
right in my surmise. Another youthful career nip-
ped in the bud by the blighting frost of a woman's
wiles. I waited for him to continue the story of
the wrongs he had suffered at her, hands. He con-
tinued in a hesitating, faltering manner, "Last night,
I called up my girl and told her a perfectly good
reason why I couldn't take her to the Whitney to-
night and now I've forgotten what excuse I gave
her." J. W. K.
"Yes, Clarice, I think a man who wears a wrist
watch could rightly complain that the "time hangs
heavy on his hands."
Famous Closing Lines
"A chants acquaintance," he muttered as he
moved off with the girl he had just met at choir
practice. NOAH COUNT.

Wadhams

"Any act of memory, whether conscious
or unconscious, is a mental picture"
THINK THIS OVER -- TEST IT OUT
The purpose of the -o Exercises in-the new booklet "MEMORY
and CONCENTRATION" is to so stimulate and train this mental
faculty that it may be used at will. These Exercises do not obstruct
other study; they aid fit. The few minutes of diversion is re-
creative; the mental process isclarified and stimulated for the real
duty of the day.
It begins with kindergarten work in mental picturing.
All highly cultured minds know something of the utility of this
mental picturing. It trains the mind to perfect concentration, and
to _remember. It will aid you in your work.

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Try our home-made salads, sandwiches, roast meats, etc.
Franks Quality Liver Sausage, Frankforts, RyeBread, etc.
Jellies, Jams, Honey, Fish, etc.

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Box 98. Anna-Arbor.

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