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iday Editor.... Joseph A. Bernstein
John I. Dakin Thomas H. Adams
W. W. Ottaway Byron Darnton
rary Editor..........Stewart T. Beach
:tres.................Edwin R. Miess
By E. B. W.
'he remarks to be found in this
;mn are-in the main-addressed
that transient and hazy group
nd in all classes, who are visited
b. a divine discontent and wracked
a sense of conscious intellectual
eriority-the persons in that stage
culture generally known as Sopho-
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They'll fall right out with Glover's
It's meant for horses? yes, that's true,
But quite the proper thing for you.
Or one thing here will get them sure,
The Million Dollar Dandruff Cure.
Then try a little K D X,
It goes great with the fairer sew
Bald spot? this you've never tried,
It's not too late for Herpicide;
Bay Rum you want, or Eau de Qui-
They're good to drink, use Bandoline.
Look't that crazy woman drive,
Your bill's one dollar and sixty-ive.
Who is next, sir, step this way,
Yes, the weather's fine today-.
Starting T 0 D A Y
The Attraction You Have 5/een Waiting For!
Those who have read "Potterism"
y get some idea of the character of
ese chosenfew, if we tell them that
e Potter twins would, in many ways,
typical members. To those who
ven't read the book let us suggest'
t they give it at least a hasty read-
. It does not require digesting; it
in parts, scintillating entertain-
nt. But to get on-
['he stuff presented here will be
inionated, the result of the whim
d pissing interest of the writer. Itl
11 be more or less a "colyum," for
ich E. B. W., not the Daily, 4s to
held responsible. And it ought to
added, for honesty's sake, that the
fish and easy delectation of the
iter is one of it's main reasons for
ng. Of course we hope that the
'iosity of some of you will lead to
ir discovering what the other rea-
as are. We'd like to know. But
ase don't feel any obligation; we
n't care-much. That's about all.
have tried to be quite frank.
ODBYE MRS. WIGGS;
Vith everyone rushing pellmell to
ssrs. Freud, Jung, et Cie. for the
e 'on psychychoanlysis, etc.,-
stly self-analysis-, it sems to us
t introspection has not only come
o its own but is sprawling all over
lot. In its proper place introspec-'
1 is fine and doubtless makes for
ater efficiency and all such boons.
is probably true that the 90 mile
e of contemporary life has been
ch too objective.
lut when we mere humans with all
r foibles 'and voids and comfortable
its, stand hours in front of a
ntal mirror, we are likely to be-
ne very uncomfortable-to say the
st. Granted a gain in output, what]
s this system do to the charm and7
t of living? Where go our happy
f-esteem, our optimism?
d0 matter where-they go. And in
ir place we have a drab and exact
lization of what we are, what we
e and what we haven't, how we
'k; we have the heavy responsibil-3
of running our life at better than-
yo efficiency, of correcting this and
MOUNT UNION CLAIMS
FIRST QUINTET GAME
Mount Union College claims
to be the originator of collegiate
basketball. A tablet in the gym-
nasium of this Ohio school has
an inscription to the effect that
the first game was played there
in March, 1892.
"The Dynamo," the student
publication says: "We know of
no college in the United States
which can establish tie claim
that basketball was played pre-
vious to this date."
curbing that. We have wrinkles, thin
lips, and firm jaws. But Charlie Chap-
lin would lose his job; R. W. Cham-
bers would be running a cigar store-
no, there wouldn't be any cigars. We
would all sleep in nice, sanitary, white
iron beds. Life would be lots of fun;
we'd all get A's and earn $100,000 a
year. Think of it.
The case of the grey-bearded Pro-
fessor would be one in point. His
beard had become a habit. One day
a curious co-ed asked him what he'
did with his whiskers at night. Of
course he did not know; he-had never
thought about it. She wanted to khowl
whether he wore them inside or out-1
side the quilts.
And when he went to bed that night,
he couldn't sleep. He was thinking
about his whiskers and where to put
them. Tentatively he spread them
over the quilts; he tried them care-
fully covered; he tucked them into his
pajama pocket-and tore the pocket.
He thought and thought and stayed
awake and worried his wife.
Finally about 4:30 A. M. he arose
from his bed and shaved them off.'
Then he got his sleep.
But the next morning at his eight
o'clock he was grouchy. And he
flunked the co-ed who had asked him
what he did with his whiskers at i
night. Rightly so in our opinion.
----- (By E. R. IGE
Do you know O'Sullivan?
Yes,-what a terrible heel.
A little boy had been walking with
his mother along the banks overlook-
ing the Huroin river and upon his re-
turn home was asked what he had
seen. Said the little boy, "I thought
it was a river, but mother said it was
He (to enthusiastic young bel-
lower): Your voice should be culti-
Gallery: It ought to be plowed.
She: Oh, that's harrowing.
She: Why have so many overseas,
men become barbers?
He: I don't know. Perhaps they
like to go over the top.
Judging from the abrupt haircutsr
which grace the campus these fair
spring days, the barbers must have
taken up bowling.
THE UP-TO-DATE TONSORIAL
Who is next, sir, step this way,
Yes, the weathler's fine today;
Will you have yours short on top,
Sort of tough they banned the Hop;
Clippers on the side? ll right,
Yeah, that was an awful fight;
New semester here again,
I hear they crocked a hundred men.
There, how's that? all right in frontY
A dandruff cure is what you want;
You've got 'em thick, but that's not
F dswn er9Yadt&
Lois Wilson. LiLa Lee
JaCk Ilolt & Conad Nagel
The woman's whole being cried out for affection.
But the lover she married had changed to a cold,
Here was an ardent, old-time friend; feeding her
hungry heart with the thrill her romance had lost.
A moment of midsummer madness-wild-fluttering
-reckless- nd then-
When the last stirring scene is ended, you'll know
far more of modern love and marriage.
From the Novel, His Friend and His Wife,"
By Cosino Hamilton
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