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Addenda to the Book of Ettiquette
In the life of everyone there are MAXWELL NOWELS portunity unostentatiously to display
times when one feels that his conduct his exquisite taste. This display is ac-
on certain occasions has .bee [inade- curring situations with the conviction souls the lynching bee stlll exists complished by applause. Applause
quate-that if he had known exactly that our hints will be of. some value with all the exhilarating zest and hold varydirectly With the price
to at least eleven twelfths of the pop- vigout of its older days. But this too of amission.it one lps ourth dot
what, to say or do at just the right llto fteeUie tts u hne.Frel h ent ars for a seat no ess than Your en-
ulation of these United ,States. has changed. Formerly the keynote
tiehe woulhavemad aof such a gathering was Informait cores for each number will suffice.
factoryAs it wss usually extremely impromp- If one goes in for art it is no more
would have greatly increased hs own It is to be regretted that so many tu no one stood or ceremony and than right that one should receive
self-respect. .-It is- our purpose here of our picturesque 'nd congenial-eus- everyone knew everyone' else Today full value. We' expect our money's
to outline succintly just what is ex- toms have passed away. Threshing It is an eidence of worth from our butcher-is the case
to~~~~t 'sa vdne fextremely poor wrhfo u uce-stecs
peeted of the well bred Ameican on bees, quilting bees, and hay rides are tastG to appear at such a party with- different with a prima donna, especial-
specific occasions dot treated in the for most of us but memories. But our'out the' proper dress. The demand ly it her second rate accompanist
usual 'Book' of' Etiquette. We 'have [loss' is not altogether unmitigated. of apparel are not exigent. A white, receives the same number of encores
purposely chosen only frequentlyoc- Through the efforts -of a few devoted clean linen sheet and a helmet are the as she. If this same prima donna
only necessities One need hot worry chooses to sing such a chef d'oeuvre
about pearl studs or black tie. If as Ole Folks-at Home" aftersuch
one Is pressed for time, shaving and ohilously poor stuff as. "Una Voce
grooming in general can be dispensed Poco Fa," a spontaneous burst of ap-
groo'with. A whip can he carried plause after the first few bara speaks
YO..'U 'W uil be more of' a cane. On an occasion of this for one's discriminatIon.
sort individuality in any guiseshows From this it is obvious that at the
than sasfied an utter lack of" savoir faire.' Eti- concert onversation is sperflou.
-' i However, there is bound to be some
mistress. But this Is. not altogether talk. If' one is asked if he heard
deplorable, for what the gathering has Jeritza last season, we suggest as the
alp sd ervice losin congenial'Informaaty is more ultimate silencer: "No, I've heard her
than compensated by the aesthetic ap- once"
t 'peal of the ritualistic ceremonies.INSTABILITY
T tes Lunch RoomOne of the happiest phases of our (Continued from Page One)
many-sided American life is our fer- edges of the philosophy of life which
338 Maynard St South of Majestic vent respect of tradition. Tradition he has accumulated in college, he Is
in the American sense is any act in- ready to settle down to be a well-
dulged in more than once. To this in- balanced, mentally sound and active
nate respect for tradition bootlegging grown-up.
owes its rapid growth and present The real object of concern must
eminence in our national life. In the be, then, not the noisy campus icono-
eyes of the laity bootlegging oeu- clast or non-conformist, but the mor-
pies a position which, if it does not osely introspective student. And the
T HE- FIRST N ATIONAL BANK surpass, at least equals any of the solution lies, not in campus reforms
higher professions. It will soon be or treatment of the individual after
ORGANIZED- 186 an art along with advertising and he enters college, but in his home
street cleaning. Unofficial statements training. No youngster should be al-
claim that it ranks fifth among Amer- lowed to enter college who has not
Y ou w ind can industries. We are either gnor- I been allowed to think for himself, in-
ant of or at least prone to forget the dependent of parental influence. He
Our service courteous proper conduct toward our bootleg- should be allowed to find out things
and pleasing in every way gers. [for himself, to get the full benefit of
Bootlegging has a well-devcloped any experience which he may find in
heirarchy. First in rank are the his home environment, and to decide
Vishni. The Vishnu is the rara ais and figure out his own problems and
OLDEST BANK IN ANN ARBOR of the profession. There is not more difficulties. In this way he will de-
than one Vishnu to each state and he velop a mental foundation which will
MAIN STREET AT HURON very seldom emerges from the aura not be easily swayed, shaken, or up-
of aloofness which envelopes him. He set by his college experiences. Men-
. . .never bargains; he condescends to ta independence is, after all, not an
!listen to one's offer. A Vishnu can [innate quality- it is acquired and de-
easily e recognized y"'his wres:I veloped, and the sooner the process
Chantilly, Nepenthe Verte,, Chiantiof development is begun in the mental
Amontillado, Moulin Rouge, 1909, life of the individual, the smaller will
Chartreuse (douce) Johannesburg,' be the danger of permanent emotional
and Vierge d'Avignon, 1900. One instability.
must approach a Vishnu with averted
eyes, fall upon the knees; make three "Nous sommes comme ces insects
profound salaams, place the forehead qu ont des antennes et un lourd ar-
upon the foot of the Vishnu and in this riere-train. Nous avons des antennes
position make the request. The Vish- qui tatent l'avenir et nous sommes re-
nu is addressed only in the-third per- teus dans notre marche par un ar-
son. riere-train lourd des prejudes du
Ranking next to the Vishni are the passe."
'Cilex. Their wares consist of OldI (We are like the insects which have
Rippy, H & H Hennessey, Gordon, and [ antennas and a heavy after-carriage.
Fiametta, extra dry. The salaam and We have antennas which feel ahead,
E lectric H air D ryer $20the third person may be dispensed and we are retarded in our march by
with, but the profoundest gravity must an after-train heavy with prejudices
be maintained. for what is passed)-By Michel Cor-
Sham poo A id Thelowestand by far the most day in "Les Mains Propres."
numerous order is the secular, known
as Confreres de la Lune Luisante. "The flowers are the symbol of the
Their merchandise is known in patois best and must noble in us. The ant-
Your hair can be dried thoroughly in as Moonshine. Here one need not mats remind us by their example of
stand onformality.eIn bargaining our necessities, or low needs, our poor
a remarkably short time if one of these with a Confrere a base ball bat or a postures. The animas call to mind
electric dryers is used. Will give a stiletto is heartily recommended. Af- our animal. Meanwhile the flowers
ter- the consummation of the deal a recall the fine flower of ourselves.
currentwof warm or cold air as desired. cast iron stomach is the only pre- They are not egoistic. They radiate,

Every sorority house, should have one. requisite. In the absence of this a pul- they exhale a little of themselves,
motor would not come amiss. they diffuse themselves, they give
themselves away. And they rise al-
AT THE CONCERT ways right towards the light. Then
In America appreciation of art has they nourish themselves discreetly by
T he D etrOit 1dison reached its zenith. Music especially the root. They drink a drop of the
has come into its own. A faux pas in dew. Their little cadavere do not
Om pany this field irrevocably condemns one smell bad. And they hide their sex
1as a presumptuous Philistine. "You in their heart, at the center of them-
Gotta Kiss Mamma Every Night," selves. They are love, offered in the
Main at William Telephone 2300 "Ain't You Ashamed"-but why tread robe of petals."-By Michel Corday
familiar ground! from "Les Mains Propres."
At the concert one has every op- Translated by N. B.

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