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A courteous ethciency.
When the modern world is convulsed with the
application of energy to speed; when countless sta-
Te tisticians are employed by gigantic corporations to
ascertain how fast the average man can work with-
out lessening his productive power; when efficiency
er is beinmeasured in terms of "how slow' 'or "how
fast," what part has courtesy in our civilization?
econd We canont shift our world back to the days of
chivalry. Knights-errant and ladies walk no more,
while the doffed plume of the veiled face are gone
forever. Yet, after all, that was only formal cour-
ces of tesy. Courtesy still thrives although often uncul-
atte tivated.

GRAA'

TWO .STORES

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Editorial
on in the

-OACHES
in evidence Sin-
he Board in Con-
ceding afternoon

:erscholastic coaches, un-
Jniversity coaching staff.
such a school here was
recommendations made
oard in Control Jan. 3-.
rd seemed to be highly in
owever, discussion at the
in favor of postponing .
a school for at least a
as the reason for this
uch an extension of the
rtment can best be car-
pervision of the new de-
tcation, which will, he
by that time. The au-
establish such a school
Jue from the standpoint
:h a school for coaches,
rong reasons for urging
imer if possible. Cer-
ch officials should keep
ing to realization at the
plan as projected would
urse and would provide
hletic mentors in all the
playground work, and
. Naturally, Michigan
iinds of the coaches who
nd the influence which
ool athletes under them
d on such a system with
:he results invaluable.
ng to recommend their
stars who had been un-
ches trained in the Illi-
an unsurmountable dif-
nent inculcated in the
ould not be allowed to
conditions will permit,
be given a chance to
his new field, and help
sity material.

How far does courtesy go toward increasing a
man's ability to perform? Is courtesy a quality that
tends toward efficiency? The answer is unmistaka-
bly yes. 'The most-successful people are selfless
people.; Against the,'crowds of humanity that
clamor for consideration-and special considera-
tion-the gfeat man stands undainted with a sur-
plus of good humor. The factory where employes
\ are most courteous is usually one of the most effi-
cient plants that can be found. . Courtesy creates
a mental condition whch tends, at least, toward
success.
Courtesy takes time, but a very little time. Could
not enough speed be sacrificed to permit courtesy
everywhere? That was the individual's question.
-The Michigan Wolverine.
Why the Canoe Upset
He (poetically inclined)-Surely you remember
"Horatious at the Bridge?"
She-No, I can't say I do. I 've met so many
men while boating on phe Huron that I can't quite~
place him.
Bravo!
'2-And what did her Dad say when you deliv-
ered my note to her?'.x
'23-He said that if he ever caught me around
there again he'd break every bone in my head. '
'20 (excited and angry)-Well, you go right
back there and tell him he cat' frighten me with
his threats of violence.
Dear Noah:-
I wonder if you could help me out of a very deli-
cate predicament. I have a girl friend whom I
do not care for and yet who fairly dotes on me.
What would you advise? Worried.
The only thing I can suggest is for you to ad-'
minsteran antiote. .
LESSON III
ln L'How to Be Witty Tho' in Love"
It is presumed by this time that you have thor-
oughly mastered the two previous lessons before
proceeding with this one. This lesson is especially
useful in case your old girl has given you what is
known in vulgar parlance.as "the mitt." This fact,
however, will probably only add to your popularity
with the other girls sin'ce anything that looks cheap
or marked down will inevitably appeal to their in-
nate bargain-hinting instinct.
Accordingly you remark to the new object of
your affections, "Yes, it's all off between Mary and
me. She returned to me all the presents I have
given her." Your subtle application of the term
"poor" to Mary 'implies that Mary is the real loser
and is more to be pitied than censored. .The young
lady, feigning a casual,manner in order to conceal.
her breathless interest, asks, "And what did you dIo
then ?" Assuming n tone of righteous anger (a sort
of Father-];-cannot-tell-a-lie Mflection) you reply,
"Why, I sent her back six boxes. of face powder
as I figured that I tad taken that much home vyith
me on my coat."
The girl perceives at once that you are one to
be trusted, a man who would not even steal a kiss
without returning it, and at the saine time it clearly
shows that you have a military spirit since you are
not afraid of the smell of powder.
Stude-Can't I get off ,this afternoon. My girl
wants me to take her into Detroit.
Prof.-No. sir, you cannot.
Stude - (fervently)-Thank you, sir. You are
very kind.
He'd eat his lunch in a minute,
He had no ime to spare.
But at a girl passing 'long the street,
He'd stop an hour to stare.

No, Clarice, a man is not necessarily musical be-
cause he was born in A flat.
An optimist is one who looks over the percent-
age column and then exclaims, "Hurrah! Michigan
is holding up the rest of the teams in the Confer-
ence."
The harp that once through Sigma's halls,
Sent forth its dulcet, thrilling'tone,,
Neglected hangs on Sigma's walls,
They've got a graphaphone.
Famous Closing Lines
"These styles are simply side splitting," he re-
marked as he took one look at the slit skirt.
NOAH COUNT.

DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct, 26, 1919)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6-:io a.
,wvd hourly to q : rQ o p. m
Jackson Limited and Express Cara-S:48
a. m., and every hour to 9:48 p. m. (.x
piresses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:oa. m., 9:05 a.
ra. and every two hours to 9:o5 p. m., 10:50
M, M. To Ypsilanti only, 11: sP. in., 1:10o
a. m., and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-7:48 a. m. and
17.'o a m
FRENCH PLAY TRYOUTS
TO 8E HELD TONIGHT
Tryouts for places in the cast of "L'
Arni Fritz," this year's offering of the
Cercle Francais, will be held at 7:30
o'clock tonight in room 202 of south
wing. Both men and women stu-
dents possessing good singing voices
and an ability to do fancy dancing are
desired.
The society has chosen "' Ami
Fritz" because of its timely signific-
ance. Having its setting in Alsace,
the play will depict somethiig or
both German and French ideas, since
this territory is the meeting place of
the two nations.
Professors Edward L Adams, Rene
Talamon, and Everett L. Hackes,. of
the French department will have
charge of the training, of the cast. A
lecture based on the play will be giv-
en by. Dean John R. Effinger. before'
the production. It is planned to have
the play staged about May 1.
LACK OF QUORUM HALTS WORK
OF UNION GOVERNING BOARD
Only four members of the Union
board of governors being present, no
business was transacted at the meet-
ing Saturday, as five men constitute
a quorum. Discussion of Union policy
and organization took up the time of
the session, and considerable progress
was made in outlining plans for the
future.
Another meetingwill be held in the
near future at which definite action on
several vital matters will be taken.

"Any act of memory, whether conscious
or unconscious, is a mental picture"
THINK T

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SPEED
ob,-being pleas-
> the girl who sits
ing the long lines
instruction. They

The world
grandstand is
cheer! Spors
Are you on?

loves a winner. The
crowded. Hear 'em
are galloping home.

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