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BREWSTER

P. CAMPBELL

......................,Joseph A. Bernstein
.............. ...... .Paul W atzel
.........J. B. Young
G. P. Overton
)n M. B. Stahl
echt
an..................L. Armstrong Kern
er }E. R. Meiss
r...............Thornton W. Sargent, Jr. ,
....George E,. Sloan
S..Sidney B. Coates
...George Reindel
...lizabeth Vickery
.. ... .. .. . . .. . ..E. R. Meiss .

Marion Koch
eltz Robert M. Loeb
J. E. Mack
ath Kathriner Montgomery
bbard R. C. Moriarty
y J. F. Pontius
uist Lillian Scher
R. B. Tarr
Virginia Tryon
Dorothy Whipple
TAFF
960
...VERNON F. HILLERY

reports have taken lately to a new fad - cigarette
puffing. The silken face veil, that has so long be-
tokened modesty and innocence, has been removed
so that the wearer may now the more securely and
more daintily hold the perfumed cork-tips. And
surely, as an advertising scheme which contributes
to the progress of the world expert stenographers,
manicurists, and university women students, no
better medium than smoke-puffing could have been
invented. This new fad at least is bound to pro-
duce results.
Soon we may expect to see billboards bearing
such flaring announcements as, "The Hand That
Rocks the Cradle Holds a Camel," 'I'd Dance a
Week for a Fatima," "English Ovals Make the
Lips More Ellipticable," and "The Road to Social
Success Is Paved with Melachrinos." In fact, ru-
mor has it that a new book containing rules of eti-
quetteis now being published. It declares, among
other things, that no woman shall enter a ball room
or dining room without a sufficient number of ci-
garettes in a silver case to supply every one of her
dance partners and escorts, and for hostesses the
book stipulates that in place of finger bowls ash
.trays should be served." On page 722 (it is a stu-
pendous volume) the following is found: 'It is
considered very correct to wear engraved match
boxes attached to chains of gold, instead of lockets
or charms." It has also, been rumored in the circles
of thqse whose names frequent the society columns
of the Sunday newspapers that some new sorority
pledge rules include one commandment that "no
pledge may be admitted to the ranks of full mem-
bership until she has passed through a probationary
period in cigarette smoking and 'rolling her own,
after which time she shall be examined as to her
ability in flicking ashes gracefully, various carrying
poses, and inhaling."
Some say that the millenium will not come for
many thousands' of years, while others are of the
opinion that it may arrive at any time, perhaps to,
morrow. If it should come any time within the
next few weeks, or before this new fad has given
way to another, it may aid Milady of the Cigarette
to ascend to heavenly heights on clouds of Turkish
smoke.
TENNIS COURTS NEEDED
Now that the time ad weather seem to indicate
that white flannels and tennis racquets will soon be
the order of the day, it may be an opportune mo-
ment o make mention once again of the fact that
more tennis courts are needed on Fery field. The
present number is in no way sufficient to accommo-
date all the students who follow the game.
What will the situation be when tennis time rolls
'round again this spring? Is the tennis player to
be compelled time after time, as in the past, to wait
for a court on which to play, only to find those at
last available to be half-lined, over-run with weeds
pear the backstops, and fitted out with dilapidated
nets? Or is he to find good, well equipped and well
kept courts, of sufficient number to fill the needs of
would-be players, when he goes to Ferry field?
Athletic officials, will Ferry field see the installa-
tion and fr.aintenance of any better tennis equip-
ment this spring?
Seventeen Michigan men at Urbana tonight will
do their utmost to uphold our athletic standing in
the annual Illinois relay carnival. Here's hoping!
'ie Telescope

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Ann Arbor and Jackson
TIME TA.LE
(Eastern Staudtrd Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Canr --6:oo
a. Mn., 7:so a. mn., 8:oso a. m.. q:oo a. mn. and
hourly to g:65 p. mn.
Jackson Express cars (local stops of Ann
Arbor), 9:47 a. I. and every two hours to
ocl : Cars East Bound-:5ss a.m., 7:0W a.
mn sn very two hours to l:oo p. In.,as 1.00
P. . ,to Ypsilanti only-II :40 p. XL., I:25
a. tn., I IS *IS.o
To Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound- 7:se a. ., s:4
. a
T Jackson and Kalamazoo-I-sl ited cars:
8$*7, 1047, . in., r2:47, 2.47,4:47.
To Jackson'and Lansing- Imited: 8:47
P. M.

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advertisers.--Adv. The Daily will find it

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COMING TUESDAY
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1922 MARCH 1922
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Reblocked at greatly reduced prices.
Turned inside out, with all new trim.
mings they are as good as new. Higb
class work only.
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Telephone 1792
You'll find many bargains when you
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. Big Reduotions!
On All "M" Books at
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Both Ends of the Diagonal Walk

Cast Includes:
Leatrice Joy
Conrad Nagel
Edith Roberts
Jack Mower
Theodore Roberts

For pleasure! -
dance and the r,
For thrill! - The
and wreck on the
For heart-tug! -
and two women,
beauty-drama seu

..........................A. J. Parker
...................John J. Hamels, Jr.
.................Nathan W. Robertson
.............Walter K. Scherer
.,,,,,,,,,,,Herold C. Hunt'

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.D. C. Maltby
Harvey Reed
George Rockwood
E. D. Armantrout
Edward Conlin
t Lawrence Favrot
t 4, 1922
)AWSON, JR.

Artists'r
Materials
Brushes
Colorshnd
Varnishes

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in The Daily
ted a possible
athletic teams

,C o rrespondence Stati
Stock Reducing Sale
All clean undamaged stock at big discount
UNIVERSITY LAWN (Sawacc
42 sheets and 25 envelopes . .
HAMMERMILL BOND, folded
1 pound paper 20c; 25 envel(
Ma t^vgonuA b""sof Hu rd. m'hi'.

etent direction be adopted at ivici-
ed that much of the recent remark-
ich California has enjoyed in com-
is the result of the operation of
brings out large numbers of men
ally inclined but who consider
on a par with 'varsity material. In-
reatest incentive to activity in this
rtunity to'make a letter, these men
: not try out, says the communi-
institution of such a plan here
igan's teams, just as it undoubtedly
tor in California's greatness. The
d benefit as well, for it is undoubt-
. university is judged largely, per-
, by its athletic reputation. But the
vould be neither of these. - It would
effect of tbe plan on the individual
ng him concrete encouragement to
he world, physically as well as men-
an stands, it is hardly likely that it
erious consideration here. The de-
rsical education is but a year old at
iler of a number of similar depart-
nstitutions. Neither is it likely that
>uld consider granting scholastic
cal activity. In addition, facilities
pm adequate to meet the extra de-
rstem would place upon them.
e promises well, in spite of present
e very fact that a department of
on has been established shows a
le need for it.eThe "athletics for
ly gaining support everywhere.
rk, indeed, has long been required
e, a proof that the University sees
turn out strong bodies as well as
Finally, the activities of the in-
nenty hae been many and varied.
r never grant scholastic credit for
c, but it is not too much to predict
uture time, a certain amount of
tic endeavor will be required for
as a certain academic standing is
:h the gradual recognition of the
gation to equip her graduates with
s with knowledge, combined with
facilities will surely come required
MILADY PUFFS
pker habit (no pun intended) aid
whim having now served their

Leather loose
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Lugubrious Loves
No. 3,
Conquest
Lift high the demijohn,
For I am sweet upon
One fair dulcinea,
Blue-eyed gazelle !
She is my amoret, ,
And I shall get her yet,
Tlough she now treats me
Colder thanell.
She is my inamorata,
My cara spousa,
Though she would hate me
She never can!
So she shall some day
See all things my way,
Be my cave mistress,
I her cave man!
- Barney Bulcahey.

COMPLETE STOCK
OF SHOW CARD
COLORS AND
CARD WRITERS'
BRUSHES

Prepared
Oil Colors
For Artists
In Collapsi-
,ble Tubes

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All Size
Tubes
And Colots.

It Is Rumored
That the hero of his class is the fellow who begins
stamping his feet at three minutes to the hour, and
then looks around to be sure that all his colleagues
are admiring him.
Quoth Eppie Taff:
A chemist while playing with tear-gas
Let the carbon dioxide mix too fast,
And now as yoh pass
By the grave-yard, alas!
You may see on his grave thriving grass.
-Rose Beef.

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PALETTE KNIVES
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STRETCHER.1PIECES
DEVOE jFITTED OIL
BOXES
JAPAN TIN OIL BOXES
SHOW CARD BOARD
EASELS
DEVOE OILS
LINSEED--POPPY
FIXATIF TURPEN-
TINE
VARNISHES
Painting and Decorating
Two Store,
Ann Aarbor Ypsilanti
Phone 84 Phoneo 1

THE BLACKSTONE
by
Hickey - Freeman
One of the most popular young
men's models ever produced.
exclusive - conservative

$45.00 - $57.50

Something in Signs.
The following sign may be found
play window in Ypsi:
$40 FOR RENT
And yet there are a thousand'
some place to borrow money.

in a vacant dis-
people hunting
- D'ings

WAGNER & COMP
''rMtn . ^ J
STATFP STREE1T AT LIB

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Famous Closing Lines
orse on me," admitted the{

cow-boy as
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