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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Lhe rhiga Daily
SUNDAY FEATURE SECTION
Published every Sunday as a supplement to
the regulai news section of The Michigan
Daily. '0
Contributions must be in the hands of the
editor by Wednesday previous to the date of
desired publication.
All communications or contributions must
be signed as an indication of good faith.
Sunday Editor.... Joseph A. Bernstein
Assistants
E. P. Lovejoy Thomas H. Adams
W. W. Ottaway Byron Darnton
John I. Dakin
Literary Editor............Stewart T. Beach
Theatres..................Edwin R. Miess
DIA6OAL DiGET
(By E. R. DI.)
Blue books are unendurable bores.
Hence the cover on this month's Gar-
goyle.
INEXPENSIVE, TOO
I met a young lady most teasing,
Her looks were abnormally freasing;
When the time came to eat,
We just fed her canned heat,
And now she's exceedingly pleasing.
'Tis said that the Ann Arbor fire de-
partment is not meant to put out fires,
but rather to discourage them.
DISILLUSION
In 1 Stanza
I know a fair girlie from Lansing
Who thinks that I'm simply entrans-
ing;
But my stock took a drop

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CO LLEGE CHUMPS -"YPSI NEXT"

WELL SuM,'M SICK WA, WAW
OP T IS STAG STUFF, YOU'VE GOT
11VE DECIDED TO GrET 'Wu-r AS MUCW-
A DATE AND JAZZ CANCE AS
EOUT WITH THIAT eBP N- ADOLLAR
EYED CjO-ED ! ON (,tOAD-'
WAY '
O --
Yl 71 11%ACC QR N& TO MY ME O RAN-
FOR T 4ENEXT S

GQ)O NI~1RNNG, MISS
OI-IOEAR ME, SWEET. MAY i
NOWA LET ME W4AVE -TI-E PLEASURE
TWItNK-. OP TAK-ING YOU
-~ LO TWEDANCE NEXT
"-OWEVER, YOU N1AY CALL ML- UP
AT SIX W'CLOCt( TOM-OR W NIGH-T
AND I'LL "TELL YOU W~4WCTER OQ-
NO YOU" CAN N4AVE T14E SATURA)AYI
OF T14E SEVENTIR WEEK-.
AV?

'The Borzoi --1920
(By G. D. E.)
"The Borzoi, 1920" is a unique cata-
logue of books published by Alfred A.
Knopf Company during the past year.
It is more than a mere bibliography,
however, and it contains articles es-
pecially written by the majority of
the writers associated with "The
House of Borzoi," as well as excerptsl
from their regular works, and pictures'
of the authors themselves (the one of
Mencken looks like a product of the
rogues' gallery.)
The volume is introduced by a por-
tion of Maxim Gorky's preface of his
"World Literature," a passage rhyth-
mic and beautiful in word and,
thought. It is concluded by a post-
script by Alfred A. Knopf, who is
hopeful, in the face of asinine roman-
ticists, of having American literature
of sound merits.
The book is small, but artistically
bound. Cbnsidering{ the number of
really worth while authors connected
with the House of Borzoi, it has a de-
cided educational value.
T.Iro u-a- la King
George Create
BigD isturbance

neighbor, a short youth whose hat had of seasickness and a third made a
all the appearances of an un-pumped hasty retreat to the Health service to
football, and pointed. The pair tit- have his eyes tested.
tered. The attention of a third was But a fourth was more sage than his
called to witness the curiosity-an in- companions. He -cast an indulgent
dividual whose lavender vest cried to eye at the herringbone trousers that
the four winds. Ile, too, chortled glee- were the innocent cause of all the
fully. merriment, and in one all-absorbing
In a few short moments nearly all glance observed the way in which they
members of the Ec department then were tailored-creased on the SIDES
assembled were casting sidewise and flapping at the bottoms as do the
glances and chuckling inwardly and leg-coverings of the gobs-and smiled.
outwardly. Some one made a remark "They'll ALL be wearing 'em in an-
about the navy. A second complained other month," he commented.

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Nights - 50o to $2.50
Mat. 50c to $2.00

E. RAY GOETZ, Presents

SA M

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BEeR AR ,ADB R'N

IN

The International
Musical Success

When they called off the Hop, strut the campus.
For I've found that she's fonder of
dansing. The senate has proposed a duty on
immigrant lemons, figuring that we
Darwin would write a book on the grow enough in our own country. Pip-
re-evolution of woman if he could only pins, however, are exempt from the
see all the fur-bearing females that tax.

That unassuming air of quiet ' so
typical of the many Economics. stu-
dents who gather around the portalsI
of the Ec biilding and await without
until classes should be well under way
was given a severe jolt shortly before
the opening of an 11 o'clock period.
A tall man in a dark green mufflerl
and an overcoat that swept the earth
below in graceful folds nudged his

"'AsYouWere"~
One Year in London One Year in Paris
One Year in New York

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SUNDAY-MONDAY
February 6-7
A First National Attraction
!the beautiful woman in the ease gibes her all hope-
lessly but lobingly to the man who so gamely embarks
on his forlorn hope.
"tA SPLENDID HAZARD"
WEDNESDAY - TH URSDAY
February 9-10
With BUSTER KEATON

MISSING DATES
Tuesday, February 80
GL ADYS WALTON in "Risky Business"
Tuesday, February 15
Lyons & Moran in "One Shocking Night"
Wednesday - Thursday, Feb. 16-17
Jack London's "Mutiny of the Elsinore"

FRIDAY - SATURDAY
February 11-12

SUNDAY - MONDAY

February 13=14

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A startling reflection
in life's great mirror.
AN ALLAN DWAN

PRODUCTION

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SR IDAY'- SATUR DAY
February 18-19
First ational Attraction
It's full of real good fun. Many stay to see it twice.
a
Co "tancefI
ood Refer enCer
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WILLIAM ALLEN WHITE'S
POWERFUL EPIC OF
AMERICAN LIFE

The Wall Street sharks thought they had the
old man's on trimmed like a shoreI lamb.

The ORPHEUM management will bring
back to Ann Arbor all First National At-
tractions for a second showing.

They
"The

nicknamied him
Raphead"

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