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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Campus Is
Big Puddle
U irtil June
Grl Don't Wear Curls.
Thaw Turns Engine Arch
Itt: Ark; Towels Carried

Daily Sponsors Poll To Find

Basis of Forced Beer-Swilling

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Whether or not students be
tween the ages of 18 and 25 shoul
be given one year of compulsor
beer drinking was the subject o:
a poll yesterday sponsored jointl
by the Board of Regents, the Pret
zel Bell, the WCTU, YMHA, th
Michigan Union, the Michigan

no~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Aro eeno n................................gue, the U.5. Navy, the Board
SSplash. You slip along in Control of Student Publications
si h g i gyn b e a s t h t1s
-sogi linfers because, or: the. Michiganensian, President
i your a rs t l y -hven, the Old German, Metz-
ice ' raise on han pic ge's, The Waslotenaw Post-Trib-
o ing's curls out of youi I one, the New York Daily Blade
ne ern a~ k ~ rch you'sh. gon},, "
f wkere yndu'pe oig athe National Association o Pro-
k hue "Buy your Ensian %fesors Equity, the Boy Scouts o1
Cet your Galena tags!" America, Prcsidcnt Rooevelt, MrsF
- yIn an Technics on sale! Hobby, the late Carrie Nation,
_it, Gkodfellgw Daily" ;Doc Fielding, Vladimir Stalin tJoe
s , -es y"- People iush to ' as busy). the Girl Scouts 01
la~r~ duSplash. You cringe ' America, the National S'hoe3tic
r.LL(5 f asay. Someone else. "' I Press Associatioin. the Fr'eshm2an
. + "Blood donation0" Be
nots' "sti)lr Ann Arbor sun tan ,
anddle Yo you for a peison 4 .
blls.'ood coi'puscles. , xt ;j
o s approached the engi-
YlrC) c' r dh. Splash. -
Eog. -ir. pull your towel out MEN'S & boys clothiing and fur-
uf ao oket and wipe youi face, nshings--Suits sri topcoats-
tire5 wa tter out of your eais. I 'I % discount to discharged ser-
s hr thaw over the margins Aviceisen. Fiegel'. Men's & Boys'
o is progressing, but rClothing. 322 S Main. Phone
kis d dernieath. of.3228.
wino ae ented wthe aes.i QUS FF -OO I- A-ETA-Ti par.es _a -nab -o-_6.
ae eyr MORIALS & marg-ers. Third
rkT whinerttion of str family in this
j ed rour head under youi besss.r
run out. You step in a ann Becker Monument. Phone 3081.
sisno Is the slide in a puddle 2429 W. Stadium Blvd.
You s a puddle. Splas , x
e t.n h n 'rt dn v USD clothing bo ghss and sold.
or a whistle behind you Aso electric eipmenmt. Claude
ustmack. You look up. The E IG et E T ehown. 512 Br: Main. Phone 2-
"11e CI, islaeiffe a e .Y u wrt e o t t th'0e pn f t e o a t~ rone:s a s ua nute gtro 2438.
soSic h- re lined with faces. ,tnE.
Sand a. J'hey grn They rt d-Bali bns nfst rhst of cocerote attachments to Bedloes Island..d
in - d y whistle. You smile.P D td
!,s. to r' i'a thie engineer's art. Inn ed fo css, suits, dresses. Dixie
d rrr3ir with the gal who Sloo!24 an
hi their slide rule.dks .
S. F55. q# ELP WANTED--Girl for general
Iutosis Fleec' lv us +rirrl A a office work. Dixie Shops. 224 5.
Lia .rtat our Army is cold, E~~ i~ IX V Qi. Main.
al:;a.thti epsisee RARE and unusual antiques bou-
noy tlb ume and the dinner ta- r On The Daily it is an age-old ayl spwietcge and s n LeO
hes Li rr insist that our Army is com fs the ssly eitos to arett, be r ,I aan dsal. legasotq A
,,ats frr gthd gagedn hasaar bk Shop. 1911 Broadway. Phone 2-
l.omeao is scared of females. You write reports at the end of the a Viola LaMarre: A talcnted girl. - - Wc
ropir that our Army is at total evening's toiling, on ttie meirits of in everything but the newspaper WE urge you to biy United States
art i ut for defense against the freshen and sophomores isWar Bonds and Stamps. Ideal
tde dmworki.g on desk. Restaurant. 117 E. W hington.
:EBut I .ell you you're wrong. The Iin bed. __ _____ ____
NA The reports are extremely im- WREN in town, come and see LEO
)r-oll 'bp somw:feties.da an soldrtta hyuulysrea DeWitt Lefkoseito: H-ard svrk PING at 808 5. State.
))tel "C so eet yetrah adtioratamte.salysrea er, good insagination, had a bad I --____
-sa 'Iore i. an accurate gauge of the progress lhabit of twitching and standing 'DELICIOUS FOOD - Welcome
- ~~~~~of Mary Shultze ("of Shultze is on his hesd, I think he is a neuro suet.Cm adejygo
~J ch / da" fanme), or Lars Slade. M sosari ae unches and dinners. Liberty Cafe.
Vil IIho &2 flchati 00se Ni1eio6eorsaesb13 E. Liberty.
Sadie Upjohn: Sincere girl, pro- - -
mitted to the Associate Editor and lifr ... writer, good legs. FAMOUS for good food. Metizger's
Ue Mted "f" sark Dixn: As far as I speity- ciicn - in - the-
of he aiy cure o jurnlitic. oug .. Good beer and wines.
of riot Doily couse of journalitic concerned thi, character is a con- Metzger's. 203 E. Washington.
.ra'- 1-,11 committee is break- instirictiosi plote washout and should never - AFOOU - --k -ad.Snda
zi. )3r ent this year and in- Renmenbering the atsterit with SEAFOOD- Steak and Sunday
siting s righ school student to Hhich these report ars baidied have come out for The Daily. He chicken. Dinner at WEBER'S.
ictos' Boll-the biggest college is toe kind of guy would expect 2715 Jackson Road.
abu--the following is a good -
dlnc on campus during the year. a f his father to get him a 00001s- WRITE FRONT-Good food. Op-
ThA ucky student is Tom Os- example of a typical night editor Ie aRmN-G2:d pomd. 810
han rect ho attends high school in report from the typewriter of a so. Phonea8427.
t- otId H sbign Scotty Welpole: Good back- S. State. Phone 8477.
'La Fr. Ind. He is bringing tired, hungry, dissolute, decadent, g S -
Miss Fat Kurtin, also a high N.E ' ground has had much experience RADIO SERVICE-Service on all
~csooost-udent from La Porte, tojinte ewpergmvn
cho udnfrmLPret Night editor report, June 12, m; h e aergmee makes. Pick-up & delivery. 15
Amu Ai. 'or to be his date for the ' J though his father used to run a years experience. DUPSLAFF RA-
dance 194-: Sam Vanderglubbe: Compe- wholesale herring mart down on DIO SERVICE. 805 Third. Phone
frave un, Tom! tent, sincere, should go a long Sand St. 2-3444.

- English department, the Ann Ar-
d bor League of Woman Voters, the
y American Red Cross, the United
f Nations Relief and Rehabilitation
Y Association, the Democratic Par-
-ty, the Michigan State Public
e Health Association, Henry Wal-
n lace, Local 50, the Estate of F. W.
d Woolworth (deccased), Dean Alice
3Lloyd, the Ann Arbor Sewage and
Sanitation Depsitment, the Free
and Ancient Order of Masons, Fi-
-orello LaGuardia, Jck Armstrong,
the Newnan Club, Post - War
Council, Interfraternity Council,
fIThomas H. Dewey, the Indepen-
dent Men's Congress, Play Pro-'
deiction, the Parrot, Pan-Hellenic
eSociety, three local bookstores,
fasnd the Michigan Gaigoyle.
c No definite conclusions were
zreached.
L IOIX(

QUALITY meats and poultry.
Frozen foods. Afheson and Mur-
phy. 207 E. Washington. Phone
2-6338,
SUCCESS to the V-Ball!I Compli-
ments of Daisy Market. 118 W.
Washington
GROCERIES- Complete line of
groceries and meats. Strickland
Brothers. 1352 Geddes Ave. Phone
4263.
GOOD THINGS TO EAT- Get
your light snacks here where good
food is plentiful. Gray & Mc-
Dougall, Grocers. 1123 S. Univer-
sity. Phone 2-3161.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTh
This ma ket has changed hands.
Formerly Webb's. HARTMAN'S
830 Miller. Phone 3013.
QUALITY MEATS-"A meal with-
out meat is nothing to eat."
Seeger Market. 213 N. Main.
SCHIILLER'S MILLINERY-- Lat-
est in smart hats, A style for
everyone. Schiller's Millinery 218"
S. Main.
VARSITY RESTAURANT-- Ex-
tends a hearty welcome to all to
come and enjoy our fine food.
104 W. Huron.
COLLIN'S BEAUTY SHOP urges
you to support the war by buy-
ing War Bonds and Stamps. Col-
lin's Beauty Shop. 618 E. Liberty.
BUY WAR BONDS-The Broad-
way Market calls them the best
investment. 1027 Broadway. Phone
5828.
WELLS CLOTHINC STORE-
Come here for your outstand-
ing Spring clothes. 813 W. Madi-
son.
EUREKA TAILOR SHOP- This
war isn't over yet. BUY WAR
BONDS! Eureka Tailor. 108 W.
Huron. Phone 2-1769.
ALL LADIES ALTERATIONS -
Suits and dresses. Opposite
Stockwell Hall. Alta Graves. Phone

Al

cz-2678.

TRAiDE-MARK REG. U.S. PAT. OPF.
The pause that refreshes

BREAD, ROLLS, CAKES- Lans-
ford Bakery. .603 W. Liberty.
VAUGHN STREET GROCERY-
Quality groceries and snacks.
Delivery. 1028 E. University. Phone
6848.
BEST BUY TODAY - United
States War Bonds. Hume Mar-
ket. 810 Brown. Phone 4990.
CAMPUS BEAUTY SHCP- The
shop for the beauty-conscious
coed. 711 N. University.
FINEST MEATS-Vogel Brothers
Market. 345 S. Main. Phone
2-2545.
WANTED-Unused car for Satur-
day nights between hours of
11:30 and 12:30. Contact "Boba-
by." East Quad.
SWISS GARMENT CLEANING
CO.-15% off-Cash and Carry.
210 S. Fifth.

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