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March 22, 1918 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-03-22

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Chermans friend calls the lee-
s in Hill auditorium "make-up
" Referred to the Military News-
it was explained that 90 per
of the carets use these periods to
up sleep.
ea-"Popeorn, 6c per Sack"
member the good old days when
ne slapped on the counter brought
a- can of "doesn't bite the
ue," and the man didn't moan that
shey's is going up to seven cents
-the Allies use tons of it?"

turns to in the spring, but a sub-con-
scious sense of humor in regard to the
situation in the old country seems to
restrain people from quoting the pre-
ceding lines:
"In the spring a livelier iris
Changes on the burnished dove."
Nor Mr. Bryan
Someone, who 'didn't know we were
running this colyum, informed us that
the only kind of jokes not used were
the wife-beater-and-rolling-pin type,
and the mother-in-law wheeze.

Gymna

SHIRT
SHOES

Consisting of
PANTS
SUPPORTER

Special Price of $2,
-AT-

urn

1

Enter-Spring fever.
Curtain.

Wahr's University
MAIN STREET

we

the

Dlean AriulvofSinmo4ยง college,
will sepqla i the 0food, conferenceat .3

We Sell
MAZDA LAI

Come in and see the 75 watt Blue L

Gives a white light.

Just the thing

rm

tle

important, notice in the "What's Go-
ing On" column and oblige, '18L.
"There will be a regular meeting of
the Law school at Joe's after three:
o'clocks today as usual."
Cary:-One of the down-town sa-
loons has in its show window an old-
fashioned high-wheeled bicycle of the
"Ask grandad, he knows" type. Calling
attention, of course, to the fact that
his wares, too, will soon be out-of-date.
SAM.
Cary:-'Nuther Vision-Getting half
way down-town with the boys and then
finding yburself in R. 0. T. C. bag.
I. Didit.
And before we rest the case, we
would add that the rough Garglers
from upstairs have jusf descended on
us to exult that "spring is here; bock
beer is on tap at Larry's."

Regiter at Barbour gympasium any'
time from 9 to 12 o'clock this morn-
ing or fromg 3 to 5 o'clock this after-
noon. Tomorrow is the last day.
Girls wishing employment during
vacation should apply at the office of
the dean of women.
Senior girls' supper tickets should
be purchased by Saturday.
MICHIGAN WOMEN CARRY OUT
SUGGESTIONS OF CONFERENCE
Each of the four recommendations
made by the conference of the deans
of women held recently in Atlantic
City, are being carried out at Michi-
gan. It was suggested that college
women pledge themselves to go be-
yopd the average conservati n asked
by the government, that they be
strongly urged to join the food cours-
es, that effective speakers on food be
secured, for college groups, and that
studeits be mobilized for service dur-
ing vacation periods.
The food card campaign last week,
the food conference today and tomor-
row, and the state and county groups
now organizing for patriotic work in
the summer, are directly in line with
these proposals.
A letter just received from the col
legiate section of the food administra-

Choice Selection of .

H. L. SWITZER

Dance Programs
and Place Cards
The Slater Book Shi

> raise
"hair-
follow

tion expresses appreciation of the sup-
port given by, the Atlantic City con-
ference, and pleasure with the popu-
larity of the food courses which have
been opened in numerous colleges, and
universities.
It is said that thousands of women
are taking these courses, and it is be-
lieved they will be most effective
agents for conveying facts about food
conservation \and use to the people.

LET'S G
and sere
Army Cigar
Cases

asd

degree from
He lost his

to

put
ust-

"Bob! Why is the Gargoyle more
particular than a squirrel?"
"Well, as the-chart in the petrologi-
cal , lecture room says, albite."
"A squirrel will take almost any old
kind, but the Gargoyle has to have
chestnuts."

Credit is being given in nea
institution, and plans are b
for similar instruction in
sessions.

Roll-Ups

ev

QUARRY

soon be run-

Everybody

,s been warbling about

There ai always an opportunIty to
Increase your business through Dally
-adrertising. Try it.-Adv.

Cor.

(

cWO.

When You Can Buy
A Spring Coat
-For----

l1

of appreciation
nanner in which
-ersity rallied to
ion at a critical
sserted that the
n into the opera
year in order
success. They
ganizations had
further produc-
en the last few
realizing these
id being cogniz-
ianner in which
to take part in
en freely over-
ances and bent
e support of an
knew to be well

Exactly Like Cut
You Realize Why B. Siegel
Values Are Supreme

Co.'s

lq

IA

'To Ypsilanti only, 9:2c
2:05 ;. in., 6:os p. m,
change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bo'
a. m.. 10:20 p. m.. I2:2

6:48
Cars
a. Ill.;

DETROIT
Between Detroit,
- (Effective
Detroit Limited a
ra 8:1o a. in.; and

Courteous
TREATMEN'
er, whether
or small.
The AnnMA

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Capital and Surplu
Resources ........

riev
d th
hey

which

MAIL
jo SOLICITED f*liEC
C rcmwo " 4sunT
mw r AYolrm mm

the last few days a
its rather inclined
nen for all of the

Realize
pleasure o
Food. P
Service

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for yoi
of Home
rices R
Paramot

tcomings of the opera. They{
Id hold the transparency of the
against the women, quite forget-
that due to the latter the singing
dancing w'as far superior to any-
g in past years. The tone of the
le opera has this year been raised
iderably above that of a burlesque
>ubtful humor as given previously.
ugh the alumni have in the past
ported the opera, I believe they
do so againthis year,nbut with
feeling that they need not apolo-

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K=P!;n

-ing's Pleasures

Spring's

Nickel's

Arcade

Exquisite Ballroom

I I

I

Well appointed Shops and Stores for Rent

D, '18E.
will ..

For particulars: S. B. NICKELS, 337 Maynard St.

Phone 1922-J

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