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2IAL NEWSPAPER O T lE UNIVERSITY
OP MICHIGAN
d every morning except Monday during the Univer-
the Board in Control of Student Publications.
EMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
tociated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for
of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise
liis paper and the local news published therein.
at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second
ion by arrier or mail, 3.o.
Ann Arbor Press building, Maynard Street."
Business, 960; Editorial, 2414.
ications not to exceed 300 words, if signed, the sig.
icessarily to appear in printbut as an evidenceof
ices of events will be published in The Daily at the
the Editor, if left at or mailed to The Daily office.
cnmunicationswill receive no consideration. No man-
be returned unless the writer incloses postage.
ily does not necessarily endorse the sentiments ex.
ae cmmunications.
Going On" notices will not be received after 6 o'clock
ng preceding insertion.
EDITORIAL STAFF
Telephone 2414
3 EDITOR .......... BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL
anaging ditor...... ,....Hugh W. Hitchcock
................................1 P. Loveoy, Jr.
B. tahi G. P. Overton
E, Adams Hughston McBain
Watzel Edward Lambrecht
lI. MePikeo
, J. Whinery, L. A. Kern, S, T. Beach, E. R. Meiss
Editors.................T. S. Sargent,.T. H. Adams
itor. ........................... George Reindel
itor ..................... .... -Elizabeth Vickey
or.......................... R. Meiss
Assistants
.Grundy John Dawson Ben H. Lee, Jr.
.lliott idney B. Coates julian Mak
laerLowell , S Kerr Hfoward Donahue
Whipple . H. E..Howlett Arold Fleig
:och Katherine Montgomery
BUSINESS STAFF
Telephone 960
MANAGER ...........VERNON F. HILLERY
. . ..............V. M. Heath, A. J. barker
.................... Nathan W. Robertson
,,,,,,,,,,,,John J. Hanels, Jr.
.......... Herold C. Hunt
Assistants
blns Richard Cutting H. Willis Heidbreder
James Prentiss W. Kenneth Galbraith
t Parks Maurice Moule J. A. Dryer
rer Martin Goldring Richard wHeidemann
ne Tyler Stevens T. H. Wolfe
wishing to secure information concerning news for
The Daily should see the night editor, who has full
news to be printed that night.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1921
Night Editor-THOMAS E. DEWEY
ALL OUT TONIGHT
o* afternoon, 1Michigan, an untried quan-
s year's Big Ten football schedule, will go
t a team which has beaten us for two con-
easons, and which so far this fall has dis-
en greater prowess on the gridiron than
re for several years.
an has a battle on her hands, and she
>sting. Some six thousand Ohioans have
to be here for the contest, and they will
dly give their team the best of support.
ays do. It remains for the other thirty or
w thousand in the stands to root for Michi-
to make the men of that Maize and Blue
4' their backing so strongly that they will
i every ounce of reserve energy against
onents.
11 have a big mass meeting in Hill audi-
)night. Attendance at that meeting will
aid us in rousing our own spirits for to-
contest, but will send the team onto the
t a surer feeling than ever that- Michigan
her. The hubbub of a preliminary pep
s like a pat on the back of a runner, given
re the starter's whistle.
lar "fight 'em, Michigan" mass meeting will
t the Yostmen on the right road. We've
at Ohio ; and we Will, if we "whoop 'er
tonight and tomorrow, and give those
ichiganders the right kind of support. Re-
Hill auditorium tonight.
w-ll OUT !

With the final election of class officers completed
and the formation of various committees in pros-
pect, the question of the further institution of the
honor system in the lit college comes up again.
Little doubt remains of the desire on the part of
both the students and the faculty in favor of this
system but it is imperative that the initiative action
be taken at once.
Last year considerable headway was made to-
ward the establishment of the plan through the
works of the senior class. A fair trial was given
in many of the smaller classes and in practically
all cases the results were most highly satisfactory
to all advocates and supporters of the movement.
Questionnaires were sent out.by the senior class
to various instructors and professors requesting
a report on the feasibility of the system and their
opinion of it. The reports of the faculty endorsed
the use of the honor system and clearly showed a
decided preference for its establishment.
This fall, however, with the senior class which
did so much to put the honor system on its feet
graduated, and the succeeding classes not yet or-
ganized, active interest in the plan temporarily
lapsed.
But now that the elections have taken place it is
squarely up to the new officers to continue progress
toward a real honor system by taking up the work
where it was left off last spring. Committees
should immediately be appointed to take the plan
under advisement in those classes in which it has
not been tried, and further steps should be taken
for its gradual introduction in the lit school.
SLOW DOWN!
Last week an unfortunate accident occurred at
Columbus. Two 0. S. U.'students were injured
while crossing a street near the entrance to the cam-.
pus, one seriously, when two automobiles collided.
The victims were in no way responsible for the
wreck, being innocent passers-by. Fortunately, no
others were hurt, although hundreds were in the
vicinity.
This happening at Ohio State should serve as a
lesson and warning to automobilists in Ann Arbor,
some of whom give little or no heed to traffic laws,
and what is far more important, to the safety of
pedestrians. Beforeany accidents are reported
here, these speedsters would do well to slacken
their race-track methods. Slow down! It's al-
ways the safest way.
Receivers of those pink epistles will agree that
the impending railway strike doesn't seem as bad
as it might, now that the government has assured
us that the mail will get through just the same.
tThe TelescopeI
The Day
The distant rumble grows into a roar,
An avalanche of humans heads our way,
Oh how can we bend o'er our books and pore,
When we know what's in store
In one more day.
Would that the campus Chimes two rounds had
pealed,
And time had put the battle under way,
Would that the Maize and Blue marched down the
field,
And victory was sealedI
Just one more day.
Real Poetry
MOVIE CAPTION FROM "THREE MUSK-
ETEERS": "I love you as the river loves the sun-
light." Rather a flowing figure of speech - What?
Quoth Eppie Taff :
The death of John Shard
We hate to mention,
He was pressed too hard
At he Press convention.

Page a Rhinoceros
Jack got a "C" in French by using a pony.
Just think if he could only have let it grow into.
a horse. - Sperm.
Songs of the Immortals
We love our dear
Professor Prime:
He lets his classes
Out on time.
--Jay Bee.
Dear Erm:
I must tell you about our noble dog and what we
christened him and why. He's a very worthy an-
imal but insists on continually shedding his hairs.
Me thinkin' - Gee, Gosh, Heck that dog sure has
loose fur, I racked my brains for some sticky name
whicht I finally discovered and whicht name he still
has, - namely -"Lucifer".
I thank you. - Ermine:
Can't Phrase 'Er
Pretty little Mrs. Frazer
Cut a pie with Hubby's razor;
Hubby, always un-afeared,
Used the blade to mow his beard.
Hubby cut himself like sin,
Made his little wifey grin -
"I have fixed my Hubby's razor
So it cuts !" said Mrs. Frazer.
Famous Closing Lines
"Ah, a needless waste," said the man as he looked
through the georgette crepe. ERM.

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BURTONS AT HOME
SAT4URI)AY
President Mark;n 1. Burton
and Mrs. B rton will be at hone
to returning Michigviii aulnmn aft-
er the Ohio State game next Sat-
urday until 7 o'cIock.

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FOR O. S.U. ROOTERS
AFTER THE GAME
Win or lose - you are sure to lose if you miss out on
one of our steaks after the game.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE INN
Formerly Joe Parker's Corner Ann & 4th Ave.

DETIROIT UNITET) LNES
Ann Arbor and Jackson
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7:05 a. n... 8 :"o a. zn. and hourly to 9:E0
Jackson Express Cars (cal top of Ann
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a:48 1. 111
Lora C Cars F:st Pr. -:s a.m., 7:oo a.
m. and every two hours to 9:oo p. m.. IT:00
)n. 1 0 ia;i y- :40 p. M., r2.
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To cn,. 0 eh,. at rYpsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-7:5o a. m., 2:40 p.
ro Javoon and Kalamazoo-Limited cars:
8 :48, 1o :4, a. in., 12:48. 2 :48, 4:48.
To Jackson and Lansing-Limited: 8:48
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213 N. MAIN STREET

One of qur handsome
watch chains would de-
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Ask to see the latest
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to select from.
Ask to see the Boston
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''Why did you think there
would be an answer?"
"It was the paper, madam.
I noticed it was the kind you
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A CHANCE FOR THE CHURCHES
speaking of the immense crowds which will
r in this city during the next few days a dis-
from Columbus said, "Ohio State students
ondering whether Ann Arbor eating places
e prepared for the nslaught of the hungry
They remember rather ruefully that two
ago when the Ohioans went to Michigan the
Arbor restaurants were utterly unable to at-
he food cravings of the invaders."
re than 45,000 people are expected to attend
ame tomorrow, which means that nearly 20,-
isitors will crowd Ann Arbor for the occa-
With such an enormous inflation of the popu-
the eating situation is bound to be a criti-
IC.
e churches of a community, by the welcome
. they extend to all individuals, set an example
spitality. If the churches of Ann Arbor could
ge to give suppers on Saturday night, they
l not only furnish a praise-worthy service to-
the proper treatment of Ann Arbor's guests,
: the same time bring financial returns which,
ut true, are so necessary to the existence even
urches.
e lusty appetites well sharpened by a spirited
al combat could want tothing more satisfying
the wholesome cooking of the church moth-
Church suppers on Saturday night would do a
deal towards relieving the congestion which
revail, and would perhaps furnish a meal to
who might otherwise go back home with
stomachs and offended hearts.

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Particularly interesting are the new styles in
in Brogues -L Brown or Black - Norwegian
. Grain.
OXFORDS...........at $ 9.60'a pair
SHOES....... . ...at $10.00 a pair

is unmistakable. There is a
smartness about it that re-
flects the user's good taste.
Let us show you the new
fashionable shapes.
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17 NICKELS ARCADE
ANN ARBOR

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