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in 1925: Michigamua

The Sympathetic Buildings and
, Jeof-
This Grounds Department
,ccusa- Do you see anything noteworthy in
the fact that the campus fountain re-
book- cieved its vernal dampering yester-
aloof day, May 1?
States Oh, So That Was the Reason?
uation Cary:-I sent this joke to B. L: T.
nts to once. When Evelyn Marshall married
world into Chicago's greatest department
th his- store, I took it upon myself to wonder
e con- as follows: If Evelyn played baseball,
ed the would Marshall Field? But I guess
iliarity the Tribune was afraid to lose some
f little advertising. A. S.
wholly
velop- Tactful Remarks of the Efficient
Blighter
man's I have an idea!
m his- Accidents will happen.
e pro- He means well.
ations. As I was going to say, I know a mighty
h the nicegirl-s
usslan A certain number of mistakes are un-

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day de

ay is
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ing th

sung (he admits it himself), "As I
Looked at Her Up in the Tree," and
"Goodbye, Sweetheart.," If we are
forced to choose among the wealth of
material presented in this small but
remarkable volume, perhaps the last
stanza of the second poem will con-
tain the greatest appeal to our read-
ers:
"Don't let them laugh you out of it,
For everything lays In youI
To make in your life a masterpiece
If some daring deed you'll do."
Boys, you just must aehave in
Swing-out after this, or else you'll get
an awful nasty one in the wrist.
$ OM C 1
Freshman girls are urged to attend
a get-together party to be held from
2 to 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium.
Registrars who can . give an hour
of work on Mondayaor Tuesday to
register girls who have not yet regis-
tered are asked to sign or call up
at the gymnasium.
Bond workers must turn in reports
from 4:30 to 5:30 o'clock this after-
noon at room 102 Economics build-
ing..
Seniors and juniors will have regu-
lar baseball practice at 4 o'clock this
afternoon. All other baseball practice
will be excused. The gymnasium
classes will not meet on Friday.
Tennis players are asked to have
their rounds played off by the lend of
the week.
Mortarboard will meet at 7.:30 W'-
clock tonight at 509 Thompson street.
Prof. W. A. Frayer will lecture at
4:15 o'clock this afternoon in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.

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ions, is
of the

neglects the news-
erly fails tojustify
he university. His
i for reconstruction
e war, will come to
es to keep pace with
. The student must
o the great task re-
m, and this he can
e newspapers, and
iously.
we are told, is not
allege girls. Why
ruction for them
ave hat pins?
ful in gas attacks,
We who sit in the
3 are about to join
reat unshaven.

avoidable.
Better late than never,
She has a real good heart.
Tres Rouge
Yes, last night it was Q. E. D.'ed
that.the lady stude is not the only one
who paints. And on the campus, too,
my dear!
We'll Ponder This in Our Leisure
Hours
Cary:-I was lassoed by a salesman
the othdr day. He sells dictionaries.
And he told me that one of the best
selling points about a dictionary is
that the words are arranged in alpha-
betical order. Do you thinkr that he

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Patronize a Daily advertiser once
and you will patronize him again.-
Adv.
Reliable Dealers Advertise in The
Michigan Daily.-Adv.

ins to look as if the Society
Prevention of Cruelty to An-
ight have to intervene to save
nans.
ity was "dry" yesterday for
t time in its history. Also
r a change.

Have You Tried This in Your War
Garden I
The mechanics says that carrying
60 sticks of dynamite through a bar-
rage is his idea of raising particular
Hades.
The new proof-puller refuses to be
told what is it a galley. He knows;
he's read "Ben-Hur."

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(April x, 1918
Detroit Limited and Expre
m.. 8:1o a. m., and hourly to
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Jackson Express Cars .loca
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Local Cars East Bound-5
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p. in., 8:o p. mn., g-o p.n
To Ypsilanti only, 11:45 p.
1 :x)a. in., 1:20 a. m. To S
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-6
a. m.in..o:2oj)im.. 12:20 a. n
I Colurteous and s:

the peanut politician is!

Fate was unkind to the prof who
gazed benignly out of the window yes-
terday at the sunny landscape and the
rapidly drying puddles, remarking,
"Wet yesterday and dry today."
Any Engineer Would Be Proud to l avo
Written it
Caryatid is happy to announce the
latest collection from the pen of Ann
Arbor's Hans Sachs, Dr. Tom Lovell,
author of the two biggest hits eyer

FRID Y, MAY 3,1918

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fECEIVES CROIX DE GUERRE
geant Amos F. Paley, ex-'18L,
een decoratenFwith the Groix de
e for action in France, accord-
news just received here. He is
the United States ambulance
his unit being attached to the
:h army. Paley was a member
ii Alpha Delta fratern4ity while
University.
of Thrift Stamps Large in April
il was a record month in the
Arbor postoffice for the sale of
Saving and Thrift stamps. The
of the War Saving stamps were
ximately $12,420.95 for the month
those of the Thrift Stamps
ited to $5,386.25, making a grand
>f $17,807.20. This is an indrease
per cent over the March re-
, which totalled $12,911.29.
reat many people are quickly
out their Thrift cards, as is
ced by 723 which were presen-
r exchange in April.
len Leave University To~ WorV.
t students of the University
day petitioned the committee to
them to be excused from the
rsity to do farm work or to ac-
ndustrial positions. Six of the
its were granted yesterday and
ere denied. The petitioners are
informed by mail as to the con-
s under which their requests

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