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catlinofall -news
or° not otherwise
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faced and, ony the pleasant ones left
outstanding. Oterthings being equal~
h~e, will be free to go aheUkl in his
lie wok les s susceptible- to fear of
failure: than woMId be the case if his
mind-were hapnted,,wth recolections
of unsuiccessful venturesi in the past.
The -perso~n with a p)oor muemory is
also apt' to have less occasion to
resort to worryin>g than the individu~al
whose mn~d housow a large store of
ideaand inferene, and hence mnay
be free from that mental strain which
to bo O 9ti n, suce ,asubject s
that -thxer~eae somany. factors whiichi
cal mk-up outside of th!e merep;-
session of a good nmemory or a poor
.one. Vnless the- physican referred
to is able to present more evidence to
sbstantite-his statmnts- than is
availalal. t: pesen1~t; te only conclu-
sion that can be arriv~ed'~ at is that,a
other thiings-b1engequ*al, the,. posses-
sion of a poor imemory is niot a handt-
ca~p to sucess. Nothing has beep
-advanced so far to cause the person-
pwith a good memory -a- very- great
amontof concern as;,to,- hi physical
or mental welfare,
I'?offlodeaths in fDetroit should de-
cline materally 4duo to the aetion of"
the city council wIich untDmou~ly
approvred the act. to the effect tha~t
the "bot4l4vard stop' sysen. should
be instituted. The bill will- in all
probability, pass-finally on nexit- Tues-
day anxd wil beome efetive a, ee
late3r. This traffic system has. been k
used w$ih conside0rable succes in!
ohrlare clties1 especially in Chi=
cago~.
The :trafto dead:. list' has tben In-
psent~ system: of regitlaton seems,
Indequte to coewitl hetl situlation:
Affairs ha"e reachied su~ch a bad state-
th1at alperson feels xmuch sfrin an
auto than out of one. Th~e 'pedestria.n
has certain rights, but- since -they ate

...James B. Young
y:Eitor .......J. A. Bacon
d Chairman ...... E. R. Meis
s Harry Hey~
. Wallae F. Flliott
litor* *arion IKoch
time Editor ... .I1. A. Donahue~
.~4.H. Ailest
......... uckley C. Rob'bin~s
Egene Carmichael

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In conitradiction of (or is it "to"?)
the current rumors that the yearlings
are. yelow, comes this, hot stu~ff on~t
the ho~ok. This seems to have been
written by a spirited lad-does it not?
A nd,- yet;we have cause to believe.
that it is the work of a sophomore
gir; hki rather,- takeas. the kick outr
t it, you might say,~ Yes indeed!I
Hr:it is, anyway.
Come, on ye Frosh, let's get 'em good.i
Thoise lo6w-down Soplis ne'er under-
stood
The might and fight of '26.
Lavea home y~our combhs anddant
clothes.
Din-g "ll your nerve and plenty, of
blows-
Wo' 11, shw 'em how such things ar
And I incidentally have lots of fun.
We'll deck ourselves with wild war
paint,..
Our green- will make the dear things.
faint.
Thieir- red---bah? It just;. looks rough
B~ut after all it's one big bluff.
So let's go, lads, and show 'em, tricks
That'll put fear in their hearts of '12
HiERB lwe have the other side' of
thle. questio~n. This clever little thinigs
ws written by-a- good-looki1ng soph-4
omor~e with a talent for that sort
of ting. It is ,quite the best thing
we have, seen- in. quite a, while. 1My
yes! And here. IT is:
Theugly frosh, with little- pot,
Ap-roaches slowly to the spot,
- Where lies the battle- field.'
No battling blood is in Ils veins;
Among his forebears were no thanes
Who fought with cbold, hard steel.
BUlT-
Te inoble SOPH, with haughity tread,,
-4 -nifty toque upon his head,
Nbw talks upon the scene.
'Thriee:.- enturies of Irish ,gore
ire in the' veins of the Sophomore-
14i -HIisquite serenie.
Wh '~w ill win the a-wft l' fight?
Thiat only Father Time can tell-.
buit I'm betting' on '25'!

EDIlTORIAL COMMENT
(Ohio State Lantern)
Learning -to adapt himself to new
or upusuap circumstances is one of-
the n~ny- useful things, aside from
koi-g obtained-. b~y study, tha.t a
student gains from his college career.[
-When a stuldent -comes to college he
fid hlua4iself in a "city -of students"
H*e must adapt himself to his new-sur-
rold ;he must ba able to "fit in"
w-herever; he--goes, or he wil- not- be'
wa~nted, And4:he must learn 'that. in un-
usualicumtances the man--who can f
adapt, b*tisel, can manage and make
- h best of things, is the one- who
comnes out 'on top.
If the Etudent, after coming to col-
leget affiliates with an organization,
he will her learni another lesson of
adapabiity:- Adapting himself to the
ideas of; a goup. miay not seem -easl
at first. Adapting himself to the cir-
cerntances of having a- room~mate
who borows shirts and ties and shoes,
maky not be pleasant, but is excellent
training for the man who must later
-in life, outside of college, adapt him'.
seif to.-ar more serious circumstances.
This question of adaptability is al-
most an art.- Yet it is an art which
ca b4e cultivated, and there is little
l$ tter place in which to learn adapta-
b~ility thian In college. The st'udent who
doe~s not 'learn this is often.- dissatis-
fied in college and quite -often ini after-

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T'OLEDO0-ANN ARBOR BUS
Cars leave for Toledo 7:10 A. N~.,
2P. 11. and 5 P. I11. Except Sun-
day. Sundays at S:00, 11:00 and
S :30.
EDRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
Schednle in Effect October i8,~1ig"
Crsntral- Time (Slow '.imte)
11 X. X D.
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:5 7: 5.. Adrian .. 12:45 8:45
:30 8;30 .. Clinton .... 12:00 8:00
:1, g:V5 ...Saline .... zi:15 7:15
:4 Q:45 Ar knn ArborLv. la :45 6:45
Chamber of Commerce Bl1dg.
D-Daily, X-Daily except Sundays
nd Holidays. Friday and Saturday special
us for students leaves Adrian- 1:45, leaves
,n-Arbor 4:45.
JAI~S 11. XLLIOTT. Proprietor
Phone 46

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TIMEi TABLE
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-.
6loo a.m., -7:oo a.m., 8:oo am., 9 u9
a.m. and hourly to 9:05 p.m.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops .
}west of Arn Arbor)-g:4' a.mn., and
every two hours to 9:47 P.M.
Local Cats East Bound-7 :oo a.,n.
and every two hours to g :eo p. in.,
rxr :oa p.m. To Ypsilanti only-ii :40~
P.M.,. irsa.m.
To Salinew-Chapge, at Ypsilanti.'
Local Cars West Round-7 :50 a.m.,,
r2:1io p.mn.
To Jackson and Kalamazoo-A4:ixr.
ited cars 8:47, 10:47 am:, 12:47, 2:47,
4:47 p.m. <
To. Jackson and Lansing-Limited at
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- Anoither little piece was, submitted
that: tpols, a rather imp~artial view- of
th~e confict; it's main point seemwed
'o' be that there was- gonna be' a-
'feat fight anyhow and may the best-
ManI win. So sa~y we! --

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not. be Opce - there was- little boy~ who was
Tn'h even years -anid three mnth~s and
oe4rb tne- week- and five days old. lHe wore
Scity, "AL lttle Lord Fauntleray shit and,
E1 ten hen lhe walk~ed abroad he w*as Just
npein shout the berries. IHo yus,!
- ishj One day he ,was walking as was
us .Use., s custom, and~ what do you suppose?
repal 'Pi omne, do -suppose something! You
I afta, to. make it come out right.
on of That's right, the little girl in the
I that back -seat there--What was it 'you
Itlmuh' -spposed, miss?~ Suppose you sup-
. th.e j00se a~ little, louder, so this- littul boy
,c- datUty. up-here can hear- .--
as the N'ope, you're- w~rong. Alcibiades was
Ihi b 4t the king of Spain. He w#as- the
ft the di1~ke of Cauliflower. Of, coure it hag
tedatiothilig to- do with- the littul- boy!1
imithei- THIE HJNDECLLEflO
3A the Joseph Yauchau, of K~iang-.tting, hadl
mae ne over mfasterinig desire.. 146 wan td
highr tobe amandarin with, all sorts of
sort of uimporxtanit funkctons, and the pri=
olt Into *bege of wearing, highly embroiderd
nn { e bdtoom slippers, and& a- bird's egg
eate on- his hat, on feast days. Hie yearn-
t ~ t ed to step~ it off' at the head of the
-e to parade onI the day o the feast. of
yak Up inang CieefrWm1ington'g
$ te brthday), leading with rnafiuvO
eve . 4'0p the leisurly progress of he Ducat
po $COlo orchestra.. He yearned to be
rts iniithepublic eye, to ex~perience. of
I f uN* tg of promineuge. "Is ii- t ot I,
Icl-4 used' to ask of- his perfectly daki..
i1~g little- wife;, Jo 3s-ephi- Vautchau off
te enornmous- stomach, and-,thie bet,!
E l4i~g eyo, who ami the logica-l poped
I coice for Mandarin ?" "It is ve
P~atty, 1 b!"she would -reply'between, puf
arboumr 1o opium and, -shots- of cocaine. So

(Ohio' State- ,ateru)
It has -beef,' said that the- most pre-
6648Zs Of' t OA hegds.Is initiatve-
the- ability, td tart th ings-and- kee
th tm - kiilg. shop ma nyof uts -are al-
wiays -waitsq for something jo turn
- , for so nhiiQ. tO happen. Welack
t~i o 40ck of following the dictates of
Sheaxt a id -malting -things' hiap-pe
olttrslves. aWe'sbi4t responsibility ;for
ai iusrsment' td the next man.
In the realm of busiess, initiative
tblt dr4atok,,'is rewarded wits, higher
a L C5 n l~ - sides we hear the call
for- those- eo 0 w44 caxi b" 9them-
~es -ln t ways to reach new- ents.
Hita o r o nnoi~ is, generous
'Writhx e~apl~s. cf rlclamn hro were
tlIA eT % osltriinwd -to bel h-pY: for they' -
hF p 'ti ~t6? hope fr or to strive
Alitr. ll 11t{uv renced
tfpO-Y that from acetoutpisl-i
0 tow qehr II J, cos v rlW who,
born )V1yp trEe' proveil -golen
*p In hlmotl}-ws always hap-
sv 4( ;i ~ beaue le was con-
~tl~~4~>1t~~ean a~sef' cause or
-'-evule, yfsays infrns us, doe
4t= ie ,~m t' ~izpresveboks
: ife, btir t trpicie of work-
i 041at t e-t pe i t~c tlths in a-
I nr~ot t to ~t'ite that thze- pa-
ni pi s' itt~ier cnstant ap-
ckatty thtklirgs t lhat otnt
kibusy m t iti'tIeand do
i~t " rtIC4 lltr Its--:.a pleas-
C 1 ' Y A~tIETY
( *M York Times),
- A veter.mv ^draznai critic, the 'late
~ lliem .iat- W tkirt lme satd that he
ais not scp~t64ua gworried, by indecency
l3 b the at ae aw by stupidty. Hs
ii1bnt, was '. t Indecency itself by too
kech rexi lon 'becomes stupid. A
' dIlar 3Jtd stet might lie as eon
tisa, run ofbtlrrent novels expoiting
.:An o l Eglish reviewer> corn-.
w lan in a> recent article that' the
thing is igtting to be "a horriblo
13tre." lie bve-sthat he scarcely meets
an berson W4hddoesn't,.think that the
nvelsts Ae overdoing it. 4t the be-
inihg it wVas ,s facile pth to. no-
tli4 t}r, wilts inafl ty ecases it seemted
4o pay well.tht the notoriety soon
wears- thiti ,anh's gets to be: stale, while;
Fhb nkieIai- prait in dertrtng
iii fbitL- sex t elatim is fortuntely
lgctzis lnrf iift dubious. The public
14 ~4UEt 4r i g. ofboos, that
xt~ wsith 46h dangels and aringels
' - Atirst t' tm~uW deprartre wss°' de-
iilide' paItf t s,aft, but mw; as
ajlillae f ty' t s.i tirnewthe at ailears
titF. s-ot aii&- and the- avdaity
den~~te Ilio- ere ravdo.Be-
eId 4-0te-1iits-'iia e long. since Been
r ~ ~ o& Ibhih the most au-
ii tim ,i c&notventure wihut-
diiier f 1a fli bitothe ffaids- of
t ~i" Valice,- ttrigttall, it a+also
rihItalCorr- that hnoves buit around
t * -pith 1b yof sexwere mre~4iy' on-
'<iiW tdfo ihrit - readrs trthls
Nj.i~tl5 tl wd1l siu~ce fand rsarhes
it i'++ufliouaL~ts mind had ony it.
><gcnnt tit se been' dsovering. Aboutif al' YM .Oetrt i it s m
-t&my rudo things,te say in: hi article
hi MIhit mW#'.8sCw dury. BPutfor ,r.'
a ll tr U4,vlo~lls .critics- of V- t~i ~~
tax novels hope . rs in- the in."to
revfsion ecli -o!by excesses. Tere
used to be a popular ,treatment for I
chronic albho cs by'forcing them to
take alcohol in all that they ate or
r'nlt. This 'u> by1wsatity may be

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tifie treatise~ on
athority in: ques-1
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of, a poor mein=
fr financial site-
t goo inmonriy, i
to be ina better"'
octor 14 too- dog-
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M.Yauchaq ca.used postersto b
placed about the town, on whitch the
16gend read: '-Vote Tror Yauchau-
- caf politics- and more 10det days."
' due- process- of law, he was elect-
edI, and every where could, be heard
the boom' of, iecrackrs az &z s
of "Hip! Hip!' 1Xrrahl!' VW~cliau!
t uchaii! -Yauchau! huzzah-h-i-h-hlt"
C~, his- first feast day he attir~ed him-
Ael in his cherished costume, taking1
care' to balance the- bird's. egg exact-
lyr on the top of' his' head'. Buthma-rch~-
inig do'wn the- street, he' tripped' on
a. young- child which had strayedl away
ft om' its mother, and' went sprawling..
The- highly polished bird's- egg broke,
anud' the chromDous contwets poured
over him, emibarrasng him sh bady
that he committed aa.icide.

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