Have You a
SOME SENSE TO THIS
"Do you know what the'buffalo on
the nickel stands for?"
"There isn't room to sit down."
(Business of hurling brick, a-la-
Krasy Kat and Mutt and Jeff.)
A little incident which occurred
Sunday afternoon displayed the ingen-
uity and likewise the ability of a
certain young man abdut the camp-
us. He met a nice girl at the dance
a week ago and made a date for
last Sunday. When he reached the
door he discovered that he had,
most unfortunately, forgotten the
young lady's name. But when one of
the girls answered the bell, without
being fussed at all by his predica-
ment he drew out his pencil and ask-
ed for a piece of writing paper. On it
he drew such a good likeness of the
adored one that she was called at
the first trial.
ADD HORRORS OF WAR
"What's the matter, Mike?"
"Out of a job is all."
"I thought you had a good job."
"I did until the war broke out.
But there's no call for my particular
product any more."
"Hard luck, old man. But I be-
lieve I've forgotten what your job
"I was pretzel bender at the Snow
(In death as in life)
M. G. H. THE IMMORTAL
"Some men have greatness thrust up-
We were talking to a young mar-
ried man the other day. He is prom-
inent in student affairs so we dare
not mention his name but the advice
is just as good without it.
"What's the best way to propose,"
we asked him.
"Well, you go over to see her some
nice evening and she's sitting on the
sofa and you get down on one knee-"
"Why one knee?"
"Yes, you get down on one knee
as if you were getting ready to start
in a race-"
"What's that for?"
"So if she says 'No' you can get
"Then how did you happen to be
"I got stuck on a hat rack."
Done into a Collum this Tuesday,
August 21st, at the Ann Arborerium
Pressicum by P. A. T.
A. A. High School to Start Sept. 10
Ann Arbor high school will begin
Monday, Sept. 10, as stated in the cata-
logues, is the decision of the school
board committee appointed to confer
with Regent J. E. Beal of the Univer-
sity in regards to changing the date
to accommodate the University stu-
dents who wish to take high school
courses. Another meeting will soon
be held to decide the opening date of
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Michigan Naval Men from Great Lakes
Training Quarters Get Stop
Overjoyed with the thought of see-
ing Ann Arbor for but a few minutes,
the three-coach Michigan naval divis-
ion from the Great Lakes Training
Camp made their brief s t o p
in this city Sunday afternoon. Ap-
proximately a thousand people throng-
ed the walks at the Michigan Central
depot to greet the boys. The naval
men are bound for a camp at Wake-
field, Mass., where they will have
some extensive training on the gov-
ernment rifle range.
The men, who left here just two
months ago, all seem to be in ex-
cellent condition physically and de-
clare they enjoy the life of a naval
militiaman. Just when they will be
put into actual service is uncertain.
From what could be learned at the
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majority of the men are anxious to get
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SOUTHERN WOMAN HAS TWO
SONS IN THICKEST OF FIGHT
Charleston, W. Va., Aug. 20.-Mrs.
Nettie Wood of Shenandoah Junction,
near this city, is wOndering whether
her two sons will ever meet. One of
them, William W. Wood, a sergeant
in the United States marine corps, is
now fighting with the "Billy Blues
in France, whilehthe other, Clarence
Wood, is confined in a German prison
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