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AUGUST 21, 1919
No, Hermione, It's Not a Dance; It's
a Foot Ease Powder
An ad. in the paper says "Shake it
in your shoes every night."
Jever pick up
A little stray cat
Take it home
And go out
And buy it a bottle of milk
And watch it eat
And after it gets through
Climbs up in your lap
And goes to sleep
Doesn't it make you
Feel sorta good?
P. S.-It has been christened Fran-
ces so it won't matter which way it.
There's one bad thing about our
week. If you're in a church-going
community and people expect you to
attend Sunday morning there's one
thing that ought to be done. They
ought to take Saturday night out and
put it in where Monday is so that a
man wouldn't have to get up just
after he's closed his eyes. If Satur-
day Knight came instead of Monday
night you could rest up all day Sun-
day for it.
Maybe a Trisickle, Too
For Sale-One 1 galon ice cream
freaser. Also want a velosopede for
a 12-year-old boy.
-Highland Park Times.
A 600-pound tuna fish was caught
off Scotland the other day. Just think
of all the chicken salad that will
Have you heard the new war cry
;of the wets? It brings you back to
the Boston tea-party days. Here it
is: Taxation without fermentation is
tyranny; water is to put under
bridges; no more home brew!
The ungrammatical cuss in speak-
ing about the bird who gave him a
new hat for his birthday, says, "Yes,
his presence was felt:"
"Yes," says the old guard, "I can
remember the old days when you could
,go down and buy a good pair of kicks
without nortgaging the old home-
stead and when you could buy an
automobile and get it within the next
The Wrecking Crew
As they say in Detroit these days,
"The battery for today's game is
Dauss and Ainsinith. The assault is
Cob, Veach and Heilmann."
He Coughed Sweet Nothings in Her
A Jap was arrested in Chicago for
flirting. His alibi was that he had a
cold and his actions were misinter-
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A day or two more and the Summer session will be over, and the cam-
will know again the most lonely month of the whole year. From the
day of the Summer term to the first week of the regular session is the
e when Ann Arbor is most deserted. Those who have not had their
ations hasten to take them before it is too late, and those who have
e are not yet ready to return. It is in the next few weeks that the
most resembles the "deserted village" as far as the University is con-
Teachers who have come here to acquire more knowledge for them-
res and their classes are almost ready to take up their duties again.
)se students who are returning in the fall are leaving for home or a
iner resort to spend the intervening weeks. Those who are grad-
ng will soon take their places in the world, their years of schooling over
To all of them, teachers or students, graduates or undergraduates,
e who are coming back and those who are not, our parting word is-
member Michigan." Remember that wherever you go, the name of
higan goes with you. Whatever you do, you will reflect the name of
r Alma Mater, and people will judge your University by yourself. And
hat judgment is a favorabe one, you are honoring not only the Univer-
but yourself for belongi g to it.
Remember Michigan, too, in another way. Boost it to prospective stu-
ts.' Do your share in making our student body not only the largest
also the best in the country. We used to ask one to secure as many new
lents as possible, and to promise himself that he would bring or send
k at least one new one when the University opened in the fall. But
we ask only for the best men that the high schools are graduating.
We want new students. But we want only those of the highest caliber.
en you are boosting Michigan, remember that. If you know someone who
lht to be in college, consider first whether he is the type that Michigan
.ts, the type that will make the true Michigan man, with the true Michi-
. spirit. We already have the enrollment up to a point where it com-
es favorably in numbers with any other university. What we should do
r is to make it the highest in quality.
Remember Michigan. It has done more for you than you can ever
ay. Advertise it, boost it, but attract to it only the best. And the re-
d will be to see our University even greater than it is today.
I do not care
For Henry Groo.
He always calls
When I have work to do.
I couldn't get along
With my old buddy.
He always talked
When I had to study.
What Is ItT
Lost-An ideal chocolate painting.
Left on auto truck by errand boy
Tuesday; $15 reward.-N. Y. Times.
Well, in a manner or speaking, that
is, if one may speak in a manner, the
chorus girls are still kicking down in
A Doughboy Ditty of Today.
Favorite song of the American Army
of Occupation, Somewhere in Ger-
many. Composed by a goldier and sung
by All the Rest of them.
Air-"Silver Threads Among the
Darling, I am coming back-
Silver threads among the black-
No4v that peace in Europe nears,
I'll be home in seven years.
I'll drop in on you some night,
With my whiskers long and white-
Yes, the war is over, dear.
And we're going home, I hear!
Home again with you once more,
Once I thought by now I'd be
Sailing back across the sea;
Back to where you sit and pine,
But we're stuck here on the Rhine,
You can hear the gang all curse-
"War is hell, but peace is worse!"
-Tie Watch on the Rhine (published
by American Occupying Forces in
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Exit -the current volume of The Wolverine. With this issue we leave
ou, passing into a temporary state of non-existence. But while we hiber-
ate during the coming months, our sister paper, The Michigan Daily, will
erve those of you who return in the fall. And as for those of you who
re leaving the University to enter into affairs of the outside world, The
aily will act as a connecting link between you and your Alma Mater. We
re confident that you will support The Daily. as you have supported us.
In passing, we venture to express the hope that our stay among you has
ot been in vain. We have aimed to serve the University and her students
nld to contribute something to the enjoyment and advantages of the Sum-
er school. Whether we have done this is a decision which lies with our
When a poet makes love to a woman, buys her all kinds of presents
ad things, and then finds out that she is married, and has just been
working" him, as was the case the other day in New York,.it's what you
ight call pretty hard lines even for a poet.
A musician in Detroit has resigned after 25 years continuous service in
ne theater. He's in good health, too, and hasn't lost his mind or any-
ling, which, considering all the shows he must have seen, is remarkable.
The government is going to take action on the actors' strike. The
yvernment has also seized 10,000,000 eggs in Detroit. Can there be any
mDuection between the two?
New Jersey is going to have an 88-year-old candidate for governor.
ill they call it "running" for governor, or what?
Charles says he is still king of Hungary. These Hapsburgs will have
,eir little jokes.
A woman's tears are often nothing more than little liquid cuss words.
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(March o, 1919),
(Central Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-8:zo a.
m., and hourly to 8::o p. m.
Jackson Limited and Express Ca--7:48
a. n., and every hour to 9:48 - sn. (Ex-
presses make local stops west .. A Jhbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:oo a. ..,.o5 a.
m. and every two hours to 9:5 gp. n., %o:5o
p. m. To Ypsilanti only, 11:45 P.,in., 12:20
a. in., z :ro a. m,, apd to Saline, change at
Local Cars West, Bound-6:48 a. m. and
1:2o p. M.
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this son of King George, everybody says he is a prince.
a strike on strikes?