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YE JSITY OF MICHIGAN
2d e ery morning except Monday
e University year by the Board in
f Student Publications.
of Western Conference Editorial
Once more let it made clear that no
one in Ann Arbor desires to dampen /
the ardor of the students making the
trip this week end. They have every
prospect of a wonderful holiday. It
is only asked of them, howeves, that
they do not carry their spirit to a
point where it is offensive and that
they bridle their enthusiasm so that
it does not show itself falsely in row-
DID YOU PLAY
TAG WITH THE
When the teams have gone back to}
the club house, and the band has fin-
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MARION B. STAHL
To our Columbus host
Said head coach Yost,
"0. S. U.
I. 0. U.
One awful licking
Payable October 21."
Upon the actions of the men who
go to Columbus this Saturday depends
Srputation of Michigan in the
middle west. Let's fight hard, and
root hard, but don't let's be un-Michi-
ished parading the field, down at Co-
lumbus, Michigan's Block M will un-
fold its colors and Michigan rooters
will sing "The Yellow and Blue."
It is not far from an insult to ask
a Michigan student if 'he knows that;
song. It is the one school anthem for
which we stand up and remove our
To the Success of the J Giris' "Pji hag .t"It is the reverent expression of
Tonight in Hill auditorium Michi-
gapi men will participate in a pep
meeting which should reveal a fighting
'spirit the equal of which has never be-
fore been known at Michigan. The
object of the meeting is not mere
pastime. The assembly has for itsj
Being a gallant creature, s lsd
feel moved to assist the feebler sex in
their search for dramatic ideas.
Hence and whence we humbly-and-
yet-with-a-touch-of pride submit thej
ACT I is in the Czar of Russia's
garden, five Nears before the well
known war. The Czar is still -Lord of
the Works. In the garden are discov-
the-greatness-of our-Alma Mater.
Perhaps some Michigan men have
learned the song but have allowed it
partly to slip from their minds. Per-
haps some freshmen have not yet tak-
en the time to memorize it, although
that should be one of their first du'-
ties in the University. In view of'
these. possibibties the words of "The
Yellow and Blue" are herewith
If you have the. least doubt as to;
your ability to sing the whole song
through without a hitch, clip this and
learn the words on the 'way to Co-
lumbus. In order to have the desired
effect next Saturday, Michigan's sing-
ing must be sure and unanimous.
Wear your tags today.
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INTELLIGENT AND INTERESTED
Your bank should be sound, accurate and
efficient., But that is not enough.
service to be of the most use to you should
be also intelligent and interested.
purpose the uniting of thousands of
student in a determined effort to beat
Ohio if it is humanly possible.
Three years in succession Michigan
has met defeat at the hands of the
ered Mischa and Jascha, two of the
Czar's charming and beautiful daugh-
ters. They are talking about their
fellas, Mushy and Hushy. How much
they love Hushy and Mushy, and all
that stuff, you know. Exposition--
That is what this bank tries to be.
scarlet and gray. The desire for re-
News Editor.... ....Paul Watzel fthat- s atyou calt.
ty h atur ...............James ti. Young venge is burning in every true Mich- ACT II is laid in a special court
Assistant City Tditor..........Marion Kerr igan man. It is not necessary to fan
lditorial Board Chairman........ R. Meiss room, presided over by his royal Czar-
Night editors-- the flames of this desire. But the
Hess. Mushy and Hushy, we find, are
Ralph Byers Hazy Hoey meeting tonight will help us pull to, n
J. P. Pawstn, Jr. . G,.Mack'being tried jointly for the worst crime
L. T. tershdor.' R.EC. Moriarty gether--to, give the team everything commitable in Russia-hocking the
H. A Donahue conceivable in the way of moral sup-
Sports Ellitor ............F. H. McPiace royal garter, which had been pre-
SundayMagazine Editor......Delbert Clark port.. sented to each of them-(an honor,
WVonie~i's ;PFditor ........Marion Koch We are going to learn to cheer with sne oec ftnm(nhnr
Humor E itorr............Donald Concy you know-all the foreigners think
Conferencr Editor..........H. B. Grundy all the enthusiasm we can command. r
Pictorial .ditor ................Robert Tarr. . royal garters are the baboon's boots).
Music Editor...................E. H. Ailes The pep meeting tonight is of vital The Czar thinks the boys have hocked
Assistants import to every person who wants to
M. I. Ptyor AstnGarl'n house see Michigan win on Saturday. It the garters to buy liquor, etc., and
Dorothy liennetts Isabel Fishei, shod be a recor breaker visery wroth. They claim that they
Maurice 1" man Winona A. Hibbard shudba.rcdbekri spirit
A.ri an Sael Moore aswellsattendare by honor bound not to reveal the
R. A. Killington Samuel Moore as well as attendance. Come early.'
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AVIATORS FLYING CLOSE
Since the number Qf airplanes be-
ing operated is constantly increasing,
it will not be long until some .sort of
official regulatory measures will be
needed to Drotect the life and proper-!
ty of the mortals who still trod the
There is apparently .no objection toI
the speed with which an airplane pilot
may run his plane. Likewise there is
as yet no necessity of an aviator ob-
serving traffic regulations or right-of-
way ordinances. One factor in plane
piloting, however, deserves intmedi-
ate attention, and that is thetendency
on the part of aviators to come as
close as they can to the g6und with-.
out actualy hitting anythring.
. lij practice was observed ;last year
'Fedy .feld (luring a tootball ;ane,
W4 9, ovaviator circled his plan
aau thetands, swooping down as
it rash' into them, and suddenly
s a ,rng upward out of danger. If a
great many drivers contract this hab-
it ,and continue to tempt fate, a se-
rious accident will sooner or later
At the Ohio State game Saturday it
is probable that airplanes will be at-
tracted from miles around, and willj
fly over the stadium during the game.
The men piloting these planes will
no doubt.be tempted to fly close to the
stadium. If they have perfect control
of their machines, no mishap may re-
sult, but the slightest loss of control,
error in judgment, or weakening of
the mechanism of the plane might
wenches names. They are condemn-'
ed to death.
ACT. III. The' girls turn up and
somehow get Hushy and Mushy out of
their scrape. This play is good be-
cause there are so many chances to
work in lyrics--"Hushy dear, Mushy
dear, etc." urcb.
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' NUFF ED
Pierced by the cruel words
One last "WRITE."
:This is IT:
(Say it with an onion!)
NUFF SED! !
F'oun n 2Peel lou-ndain Pen--Foun-
tain 'Pen.---Fcuntai'n Pen-
The other day we.. were walking
abroad and came upon the working
end of a fountain pen. Will whoever
lost it-please bring us the cap-the
darn thing leaks lavender ink into
our pocket as it is now.
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THE YELLOW AND BLUE
Charles X1. Gayley, '78
Sing -to the colors that float in the
Hurrah for the Yellow and Blue!
Yellow the stars as they ride thro' the
And reel in a rollicking crew;
Yellow the fields where ripens the
And yellow the moon on the harvest-
Hail! Hail to the colors that float in
Hurrah for the Yellow and Blue!
Blue for the billows that bow to the
When yellow-robed morning is due;
Blue are the curtains that evening has
The slumbers of Phoebus to woo;
Blue are-'the blossoms to memory
And blue is the sapphire, and gleams
like a tear;
Hail! Hail to the ribbons that nature
Hurrah for the Yellow and }Blue!
Here's to the college whose colors we
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1922 1
Night Eitor-JOHN P. DAWSON, JR.
ItCHIGAN AT STAIE
Yesterday The Daily issued a warn-
ing to students making the trip to
Columbus this week end to watch
their behavior, 'particularly on the
special trains which have been pro,
vided for the journey. The reasons1
are true and voices
a college whose colors
H VGW tl
advanced then were subjective ones. meands A just rega
mendisaster. A just regard for the
Students themselves will suffer the protection of human life should ne-
penalty of gross misconduct or the cessitate some means being taken to
damaging of private property. iprevent these aviatois from unnec-
But there is something even more essarily endangering the lives of oth-
fundamental than that in the request er people.
that Michigan men be especially care-
ful of their actions this Friday and STADIUMS
Saturday. When so large a group of
students go from one university to Along with competition in countless'
another,. it is quite natural that upon other lines among the colleges of the
the conduct of this body rests the for- country now comes the stadium race,
nation of opinions concerning their each trying to outdo the other in size
university. and beauty of football grandstands.
Columbus this week end will be a .N' only are colleges attempting tok
melting pot for immense masses of out-do each other, but also to out-
people from all over the central west. boat each other by impressing on'
turran for tnp Yeilow and _lie
Itemember-We Ast '!im What He _
DEAeaALIG: nCHAPLIN DII) "INVENT. THI
DEAR CLIG: '(Det-oit News)
The "A.D. 1000" means for you to Charlie Chapt has gole into
Chali Chaplinor tasyouonstimattd
add 1000 more to your estimated court in Los Angeles and obtained
number of readers now that I have a tempcrary rder restraining the ex-
commenced to contribute to your col- hibition of a film in which an imi-:
umn. Which permits of a THOUGHT. tator is said to affect a mode in bag-
To what style of architecture does ttri adt fetamd nbg
our whaoybleofgarchteturis gy trousers which Mr. Chaplin claims
your colyum belong? We have Doric, to have originated. Charlie for the
Ionic, Corinthian, Romanesque, etc.- moment has carried his point that he
I would suggest Humoresque-a hu- has the exclusive right to acombi-
moresque column-see? Romanesque nation of oversize pantaloons, tight
-humoresque; a column on a build- coat, small derby and bamboo cane.
ing-a column of type! The parallel . If it is made permanent this order
is striking,* what? will sustain him in a belief that he
A. D. 1000. has made these -properties more fam-
*And will be more so when we catch ous than they have made him.
you-CAL. * Any feeling of favor for Mr. Chap-
lin must not blind one, however to
With Knickers and Embattered hat, the grave significance of the prece-
WePresume dent. There is a growing sentiment
"FOR SALE-Ford touring. Student in this country against the miscellane-
type. " ous use of the injunction, indeed
- Our Own Daily. against the extraneous power .the ju.
* * diciary is said to have appropriated
Jor 1/en C -.,&nce K4&
k ! '0' "i" NUMMW#smpaum I
We have a better toque
,4 -j- \ \ , ,/ ,
. r 0
HO' we're not going to Columbus, we're
nighty lucky tohe able to watch Mich-
igan win play by play on the
Big Electrical Soreboad
Auspices Alumni Association and Women's League
MLCI.IGAN ENT1 AL
"The Niagara Falls Route"
Tickets on Sale daily with 'return
Imit of three days from date of sate.
For complete travel informat on, tickets to
all points,.and Pullman reservations apply to -
3. WISELOGEL, Ticket Agent
Ann Arbor, Mich. Phone 132
They will be constantly in contact.
v ith the men who go down from
Michigan to support their team. In'
the short time of their acquaintance
they will make judgments, snap judg-
ments; that is only human nature.t
Every Michigan man, then, owes a
moral duty to his University to see'
that he conducts himself in a manner
which casts no reflection on the char-I
acter of his University. Unfortu-,
nately, outsiders are only too ready'
to criticize the actions of college men.
They seldom judge by the behaviour
of the great majority, but rather by
the misbehaviour of the small minor-
ity. The oast has seen many such
cases as this, in which universities1
Whose virtue had passed unnoticed
were sudlenly brought into the eyes'
of the world through the spotlight of
some comparatively small scandal or
This fact must be kept in mind by
the men who travel to Ohio State.
They are carrying with them not ir-'
responsibility, but on the other hand
a genuine responsibility, namely, the'
upholding of the name of Michigan.
There may be some who think them- I
selves loyal because they are follow-
ing the team to Columbus. They may
their competitors that they are su-
perior as an institution at least by
the criterion of football stadiums. And
perhaps there is something to be saidF
in favor of stadiums as a just stand-
ard of measurement. At any rate it,
may represent to some degree the loy-
alty and interest of members and,
One sometimes wonders just when
the limit of larger stadiums will be
reached, indeed one wonders if it will1
ever be reached. Not many years ago
a crowd of 16,000 at any athletic con-
test was a thing to be heralded; to-
day even the minor events attract an
attendance of 30,000; and no football
game can be called great unless a
50000 capacity stadium is taxed to
joverflowing, and ticket scalpers are
busy on the outside.
Although Ohio State has not yet
dedicated her new stadium holding
63,000, Illinois comes 'forth with the
announcement that hers wil have a
capacity of 92,000 when completed.1
Who will be the next bidder to raises
the others a few ,housand seats?
Those touring to Columbus should
remember that it is better to arrive
later and see the game, than- to arrive
The President Takes It Home 'With
"ffhieves removed the safe from the
office of the coal company. . . They
took $31 from the safe. . . No coal
was reported missing"
-Detroit Free Press.
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"And noiselessly she opened the
window and Ilam, struck by her tre-
mendous resourcefulness, passed
-Arnold Bennett: The City of
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It Eats Up the Road
FOR SALE-Ford ROADETER...
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TO THE person who called The'
Daily office.: The West Virgipia foot-
ballers are probably called The West'
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We don't think we are properly,
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Think what we could do with this
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gradually in thelast century. Confin-
ing the privilege of profits growing
out of baggy pants is unfair. The
mode in the beginning did not origin-
ate with. Charlie. Some of our very '
funniest public figures in generations
past have pressed, so to speak, this
style into service, to which hundreds
of very bad monuments throughout
the land bear mute witness. Very
rich men have worn them to divert
any suspicion of wealth. A million-
aire packer asserted several years
ago that he habitually had his trous-
ers patched. Every pseudo-painter
around Sheridan Square in New York
affects the expansive garment as part
of a layout on which his prosperity in
large part depends.
Offhand it appears that the judi
ciary oversteps itself in permitting.
any man a monopoly in comic attire.
Supposing the 'first broad-brimmed
congressional headpiece had been
copyrighted by its wearer; how would
a lay Washington be able to distin-
guish its public +characters from per-'
sons who work. Yes, brother, the
court got a little ahead of itself in
Be sure to know "The Yellow and
Blue" by the time you stand up in
Out of every tickot sold the Women's League gets
a percentage., Fifty Cents.
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