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SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 8,, 1921
Night Editor-G. P. OVERTON
MICHIGAN VS. CASE
oorecasting as it does the Yostmen's capacity
development in the future, today's game is
re than the practice tilt that the 'Case game was
the days of yore. Heretofore this contest has
n looked on as merely the season's opener, the
mal preliminary preceding the real battles of the
liron. Being the Yostmen's first appearance,
inst weaker opponents, it has afforded little basis
gauging Michigan's prospects.
but the contest today can be viewed in a little
erent light. The performance of the team will
watched with interest; the value df changes
:le since the Mount Union skirmish will be
ught out, and some sort of estimate, at least, can
made of Michigan's probable success in the
'der conflicts that will follow - notably the con-
ts with M. A. C. and Ohio.
Fust because the game promises to be an easy one
s no reason why those in the stands should re-
in from giving encouragement to the men on the
liron. While the team may not need a great
.1 of active support to win, players can always do
ter when they know the stands are watching and
at behind them. In addition it takes a few prac-
contests to get the cheering down for use when
s needed - and it surely will be needed not
ny weeks from now. Be on hand at Ferry field
s afternoon with the first whistle and stick till
i know the final score.
A FLYING START
['hat last year's experience is only a reason for
ewed efforts toward putting the mentor plan
oss is the optimistic conclusion to be drawn from
way the campus at large has responded to the
ion's request for upper class advisors. The num-
!of volunteers that turned out is so big that each
n will supervise only three freshmen instead of
ir as it was first expected.
Phis liberal assistance will materially lighten the
rk for all. What is even more encouraging is
enthusiasm for the mentor system that the
rly large turnout shows. If it persists through-,
the year the success of the project is assured.
r the aggressiveness that has been shown so far
upperclass advisors must be credited with a fly-
to put the plan in complete working order, how-
r, each mentor should get in touch with his men
nediately. As the chairman of the committee
nted out the first few months of 'college consti-
e the formative period in the life of the univer-
freshman and it is by reaching him now that he
Sbe helped the most and the best Michigan spirit'
wined. With the advantage of a flying start it
iains for the advisors to make the most of it.
Vhen a disease or an epidemic launches an at-
c against mankind or those things which men
m necessary for the preservation of life; sci-'
e prepares for a long siege directed toward the
truction of the dreaded foe. During the pres-1
century, and for many hundreds of years previ-
,cancer has been a constant menace to human-
and for a long time scientists, physicians of the
t order and the highest reputation, have tried in'
n to discover the remedy for this malady. Now,
vever, science has advanced to such a stage that
men have found a way to combat it, although their
experiments, along this line have not yet reached the
stage of perfection.
These scientists have come to the decision that
one of the best means of fighting cancer is by edu-
cating people how to protect themselves against it.
With this purpose in view, throughout the state of
Michigan there will be held, commencing October
30 and during the week following, a Cancer Week
campaign, working 'in conjunction with the nation-
wide drive to put before the people of this state and
the other states of the Union the most important
facts concerning cancer. By newspaper advertise-
ments and other forms of publicity, together with a
program of lectures, they propose to teach the peo-
ple that since it does start as\ local disease, cancer
can be prevented froma going into the more serious
stages by immediate attention from competent
physicians. This fact is stressed as being of the
utmost importance by the campaign workers, and
if they can make people realize it, then they will
consider that the purposes of their drive have been
In view of the fearful character of the disease,'
there should be no hesitancy on the part of the peo-
ple of the state about lending complete co-opera-
From the irregular intervals at which members
of the fair sex have been seen decked with knickers
it has been, up to recently, hard to determine
whether Ann Arbor was taking active part in the
great national movement for emancipation of wom-
en's styles or whether cases noted have only been
sporatic instances of homecoming participants 'of
golf or riding parties. But there can be no doubt
left now that two "bockerettes" appeared on t he
campus during yesterday's rainstorm, a thing quite
unnecessary to-satisfy the needs of sport.
A complete line of textbooks and s
for all colleges at both stores
Bloth ends of the diagonal btalk
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Don't wait for the other fellow when "The
low and Blue" is played this afternoon. If
tdon't know the song you can easily learn it
Harvard students are going to sing their history
lessons, according to report. It looks as if the-
whole school will have to elect the course in self-
The pardoning of several inmates of the state
prison to make room for the men at Ionia shows
that the housing shortage has about reached its
Now that congress is thinking of taking off the
sur-tax on sodas it's time the dealers began to think
of taking off their sur-charges.
Nothing less than 50 to o should be the score in
that Case game.
Mourning gowns in pale vermillion,
Paupers worth one hundred billion,
Ceilings built upon the floor,
Trousers sewed before they're tore,
Rooms of glass sans any blinds,
Professors without absent minds,
Flunkies serving in a hovel;
Poem writ by DoctorhLovell.
A Snappy Come-Back
Friend Erm, you said that three's a crowd,
Which sounds quite fine to me;
For Erma, as I figure out,
Belongs to 'er man, - see?
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