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'18 Will Swell This Dirge
(By Leo. J. Niershdorfer)
Well, guess the old town' full of
pep today, all right. The old boys
are back. Sorta looking the old home-
stead over. Giving it the double 0,
as they don't allow you to say in
Everything ready for the big game.
New stands down on Ferry field,
tickets for everybody this year and
lots of other good things to make the
blankety-blanks and the ninety
naughts feel at home, But-
There is a BUT, and its something,
which couldn't be helped. Joe Park-
Before,'boys used to gather 'round
the old tables and have general good
time. Sang Michigan songs-celebrat-
ed victories-told funny stories.-
Everybody was hail-fellow, well-met,
come in and sit down. That is, ex-
cept the freshman. Joe brought up
the foaming schooners and you blew
the top off yourself. Everybody was
happy. Good for them-not so good
Hates Fond Thoughts
Shouldn 't Act So
The following is a letter which ap-
peared some days back in the com-
munication column of the Varsity,'
University of Toronto daily. "Fresh-
ettes".refers to freshmen women. Pity
the poor editor.
Editor, The Varsity,
I wish to call your attention to a
matter which has been causing con-
siderable trouble of a serious nature
in University college. The practice of
the Freshettes, who are wearing their
Sunday clothes to lectures on week
days, is decidedly odious to the girls
this misuse of the wardrobe, and I
hope our first friends will see the thing
in its proper light and leave Sunday
things for the Sabbath.
CONVICTED GANGSTER DRAWS
LIFE SENTENCE FOR MURDER
"Guilty of murder in the first degree"
was the jury's verdict given Wednes-
day upon Sam Moceri,tItalian gangster
of Detroit, who with five other men, is
accused of having shot and killed
George Burg and his hired man last
July at Burg's farm one and one half
miles southeast of Saline, Mich. Judge
Sample a few hours later at the county
court sentenced the condemned man to
life imprisonment and solitary con-
Some wonderful ties; Cheney cra-
vats, knitted ties, and plain silks. 85c
to $2.00. Davis Toggery Shop, 119 So.
Now the only good
it is-fond thoughts.
we get out of
to write, about
LAST TIMES TODAY
THOMAS H. I N CE
HIS DRAMA OF TODAY
7:00 AND 8:30
STARTS AT 9:00 P. M.
er's is no more, sad and gloomy
though it be. Seems as if it had to be.
Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce
took it over-turned it over, too.
Not What She Used to Be
The grand old place is changed.
She's not what she used to be. How
come? Trend of the times, brother,
trend of the times. Glance at the
picture of the old tap room, and dry
your eyes., Brings back sweet memor-
ies. In days of yore it was a com-
mon sight. Now even the thought of
it is enough to drive a man to drink.
That's pretty tough too, because he's
got no place to go. Lots of 'em feel
inspired to write poetry. Seems like
a case of choosing the lesser of two
to the one and only back home. Not
much good for anything else.
They blame it on the war. Feel
sorry for tihe war. They blame every-
thing on it. Haircuts up in prices,
taxes on sodas, short skirts, golf
suits, blue books,-the war's fault.
Blame Mars, Volstead
It wasn't the war alone for Park-
er's case. No sire. This man Vol-
stead must have slipped Big Boy Mars
an earful-and look what they both
did. Well, guess we better cheer up.
A new linen shirt with collar at-
tached. A noved shade of tan. You
havenevernseen anything like it
$3.50. Davis Toggery Shop, 119 So.
of senior years. We do not wish to
appear as knockers, but simply to
point out that these newcomers are
outraging the customs and traditions
of old Varsity.
Take the case of one of my chums
in Queen's Hall. She has always dress-
ed both simply and tastefully, and is
an all-round sport. During the last
year she has been receiving marked
attentions from a member of 2T2 Vic.
By chance, he was introduced to a
Freshette who goes around the halls
with a "Straight from Paris" look.
Since then he has been taking her to
every conceivable place of amusement
and neglecting my unfortunate friend.
This is only one instance of the
misunderstandings which result from
A WONDER CAST.
A BEAUTIFUL STORY.
WHAT IS YOUR FAITH?
DO YOU BELIEVE IN
THE OLD ADAGE THAT
A PERSON'S LIFE IS
PLANNED, OR DO YOU
THINK ONE MAKES AND
BREAKS YOUR WORLD-
WILL LAUGH AND CRY
AS THE STORY
UNFOLDS TO YOU.
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At the Arcade after the Game
1:30, 3:00, 4:30
&L1sie le uo
Our Work and
LIZZIE PARSONS, born
New England and "scraping b
in a cheap variety show.
Lisa Parsinova, "ze gr-r-r-f
Russian actress,") idolized by n
Thus,.on a bluff, she lived- t
most varied and fascinating rc
beautiful Elsie Ferguson ei
In the picture many striki
costumes are worn, creations
most prominent modistes in Pa
and New York. She wears
necklace of rare quality - a g
of the.Rajah of India to Que
Victoria at the time of her coy
nation. It's magnificent.
the best. We wash in soft
water, sew on buttons ,
darn socks, all reasonable
mending free of charge
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