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Grol scrdaohrscesgcyle baseball game little can be said. 3'Po Lcue l eri
PEP MEET ~yesterday through the medium of car-It is undoubtedly clever, the box scorewhrBSII etesh
~let Hber. ~ebe Catai Fo icturs ad srcam wen he I-s one of the most inane, foolish, typi- W. V. Bishop, University Librarian,
Elec HibertGoeel als alne toricalu mbead srcappeard.then amebendubsheainstat his even! left, yesterday afternoon for Detroit, rfi Gms'Ao-ae
Lieuenats Thenam ben pulisedand ll hiseveni werehe eis to deliver a lecture before
Lietenntswasrater gainst that number. 1-us- though it is obviously a complete a group of .teachers in Detroit Central
tory is too realistic a subject,' too dry fraud. For The Daily could never lose high school, , on the subject, "Books
JPPERCIASS-MEN SPEAK, as mode of entertainment to arouse a Gargoyle game, and Manuscipts of the Fifteenth Cen-
ASKING FOR F1AIR PLAN much enthusiasm from the averago The poetry is g ood, especially that tuy". H-e will return today.
college youth. ~But not so with the little splurge about the storm and the!
Hubert Goebel, '26E, was elected issuc. magpie, the jokes are rather above Others are benefltted by the class!-
~atan orte rehmn aesatth~ The cover is characteristically clev- the average, and, the editorials are fleds, why ot' YOQU? -Adv.
nga fesmepeh metinnlatnigtt~re , entirely obvious, and delightfully .
re~hen ep eetng lst igh inreal. Halsey Davidson, '25, the art -_________________________________
\ewberry Hall in preparation. for the 1st guilty, has used an interesting sub-'
,pring games which start this after-! ject in a manner that typifies the idea
Loo. Hs leutnans ae L YIPalof the issue in the way that a cover
should. The cover was undoubtedly
BernHry akns,1W. H. Heath, 11 appreciated by all those who have
I. MilP .BneW . : cifil- studied economics and by others as
an, R. F. IHutzell, TD . A.Voss, R.well.
fames, I. C. Matheson and A. C. Lith- The historical s'ketches that furnish
'ridge. These men w= ill lead theirthmanprofhewien atr
"~s ntegms oa n oo that fills the issue are well, written
ow. and exceedingly humerous. They are,
H. E. Hubbard, '24E, and Calvin A. in that style so typical of 'college hu-..
2ampbell, '24E, addressed the fresh- mor publications, "joyous, carefree, ir-'
non and explained the games, urg- resistible."
nig fair play it all contests and as Of like nature and like good favor ;
curing the yearlings of a "square is "The Slip-Shod History of God'sel.Ln"Itassabiitohemd
Leal".~~ ir Land" tilaes-.btit h e-
Twenty members of the freshman icr ttms n, yes tnutb
'lee clu4 sang the class song,"Michi_ called a trifle slip-shod. But on the~
an's '26i" to the tune of "The Vic- whole, the better qualities that cloth R ' i
:orr", aril followed with "Varisity": its formation make these things easily
At the close of the meeting the nmen ;lforgotten. "
ite routu--wrtaser Of the tw°o pates devoted to that f ats1fch4flf
'~ ) h a i ut. ,- a e m "r iven identification car ds, each of the ;tabulous account of The D aily-G ar-!
lrecciti~ic~ r-,cesk- crdso a cf.-SER.VICEABL , beautiful, and
:e color. j Dadistinctively up-to-date are these Armrcbl hnyT~r.Te
"I(x-OF-WAR WILL (Qemakale heeyTro tlas.Dhe
UNDE~lr~ChLASS (:AIES "I TOD)AYI appeal to lovers of attractive neck-
GARRICK Sa.Mt 4ct i: 8# s
ThtSe:,ns~esnt Wednesday -
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Read The Daily "Classified" Columns
(rContinued from Page one)
'eed, I. A. Harwvick, R. T. Howe, J.i
.Blahnick, Robert Halsey, Carl
'ooq, H'. 0. Steele, E. R. Slaugh-
r, P. Enstein, G. Hineman, E. O
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H1 11 AD left It all behind-the dirtiness, the soridness, 1,tie evil
-for a life of happiness taught lii by the urist beaifuihl girl
lie had ever seed! And now . ., he was at the old gamne again,'
furtive ,alert, eager. . foi' her life was the object, and he M'ouldl go
to any length, even that 'of giving his own, to make her happy again
.to s.+e those who would bring hier t: t ba'pliness!
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store a picture that will hold] youi lth its treme ](ins cliiixes!
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