re noth oCse with tne most ex-
e habits. Rather than that per-
they Are those with the most
bonds and Thrift stamps. To
r through patriotism is a dis-
have done away with dearly
pleasures and general extrav-
They are unfashionable. The
1 now is to save, to be econom-
id to retrench.
an old saw, "Many a man gets
:ation for being a wit, whereas
.1 only lay claim to a good
of Satan as a person with pointed
ears, cloven hoofs, and forked tail,"
why not show him with the spiked
helmet and upward pointed mustache?
These Siberian prisoners who were
released recently must be wondering
where it will be safe to go.-Cleve-
land Plain Dealer. Greenland and
one or two other places are left.
The snow yesterday makes the lat-
est promises of spring look more like
our familiar friend--German propa-
The campus wit comes forth with
the suggestion: "Let's Go!" to "Phor-
mio" with "Miss Hobbs."
And then print a picture of our own
Maurie Dunne, our heroic fern-loather
from Illinois. Ah, Maurie, if you;
could but step out of the picture, in
your leopard skin, to see how the wo-
men are grabbing the remnants of
shredded fanie you were so kind as to
leave in Michigan' But you're an
officer now, so here's hoping you nev-
er come into contact with the Russian
*women's Battalion of Death- ':ey say
that the Russians are awfully suscep-
tible to masculine charms and beauty.
Just think of an armed battalion of
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ARE YOU INTERESTED IP
We can furnish you with Keys, Sounders, Buz
Wire Batteries, Etc.
P Likewise, and we now address the
Purdue Exponent in particular, many
a paper achieves a reputation for ed-
itorial foresight and penetration,
whose editors posses only asharp
.pair of shears and a well-filled paste
pot. Professional coutesy forbids the
accusing of our above-mentioned ill-
ustrious contemporary:of "lifting" bod-
ily the editorial entitled "What of
Russia?" which appeared in one of
the recent issues of The Daily. Rather
do we desire to put down to forgetful-
ness the fact that the editorial was
usedtwithout giving the source due
But such "forgetfulness" is danger-
ous. Our western friend who "forgot"
to look at the end of the rope he had
found in a field was shortly afterward
reminded that a yearling was tied
thereunto. And in turn the jury "for-
got" to condone the offense. We
.might also cite the case of another
gentleman who "forgot" the 'spelling
of his own name in writing a check,_
using instead the name of a friend.
We might add that he was lodged
thereafter at the state's expense, but
that his host "forgot," and locked the
A serious fault-this habit of for-
The city will vote on the water
proposition at the next spring elec-
tion. If the resolution is passed the
plans should be in by next fall. It
will " be too cold next winter to do
anything, so it will be the summer of
1919 before the actual work is start-
ed. It should take only a year or
two, if there are no expected hitches.
Anyway, good water should replace
the mud by the spring of 1942. Long
live the king!
(Apologies to Riley and the rhetoric
I ain't a-goin' to climb no more, no
I've got side-ache, an' I can't make
It quit a-tall;
My legs are wobbly an' my breath's .o1
Because I've climbed and don't rest
But just climbed on when I ought to
Yes, an' my cough
Just shakes an' shakes me :it I'd like
West hail was bad but this is
May I be shot
If I take a course again up on fourth
I just ain't a-goin' to limb no more,,
"What becomes of handsome men?"
"Every Week" asks.
We're with you "Every %Veek.",
We've ofien wondered where tUe Aron-
.ises and Phoebus Apollos were hiding.
Visions of Hell-Counting the wee
chromosomes through the scope.
After all, the real Blighter is she,
who, when you've spent all period
carefully extracting her newspaper
from her pocket in order to return it
with the muttered, "Isn't this your
paper?" says "How did you guess?"
It's a Fine Fine Line
Beautiful Bill: "But-"
Violent Vera: "No, but voa'll have
to admit that she didn't even vamp.
him in a ladylike manner."
Try This Over On Your Trombone,
O Hindenburg, O Hindenburg,
How green are your intentions!
The German method is to sit on the
opponent's chest, punch him until he
cries quit, and then keep on punch-
Loyalist slap at Lafollette again de-
layed-Chicago Tribune headline.
Congress must be coujiting up the
Visiting Doctors Hoid Clinic
Dr. E. M. Cowell and Dr U. E. Fish,
of Sayre, Pa., held a surgical clinic
at the Homeopathi: hospital fuesday
afternoon, in-which they demonstrated
a number of new surgical features.
I Pound Writing Paper and
2 Packages Enve
The Slater Boo
Page six. -Adv.
w m . . . w-.a, .,. .,
FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1918
gan The government turned down a 17-'
t up year old boy who sought a position as
the SPY. If any German boy had been
and so foolish as to offer himself to his
ket- country he'd have been placed in the
first line trenches.
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Dancing Friday and Saturday nights
at the Armory.--Adv.
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and
(Effective Mlay 22, 1917)
Detroit Limited and Express Car
m., 8:io a. m.. and hourly to 7:10p
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8:485a
every two hours to 6:48 . iM.; tO
:8:48 P. m.
Jackson Express Cars ;local-to-
Aun Arbor)-9:48' a. tn. and every
to :':48 A- m
Local Cars East Bound-5 :35 a.
a. M., 7:o5 a. m, and every two ho
P. Mn., 8:o, V. in., 9:05 p. in., 1t)
To Ypsilanti only, 9:2o a. in., 9
2:o5-. m., 6:o5 p. ", 9:45 p. 1%n ,1
2:o a. mn.. 1 :1o a. i., i :zo a. in.
change at Ypsilanti.
Loca Cars West Bound-6:o a
a. m., o:zo . in.. 12:20 a. m.
We have both the ai
the equipment to f
bet in banking
The Ann Arbor Sai
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