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Page Twenty-Two

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Bojangles Finds
Old Daily F iles
Enthralling
(Editor's Note: A member of the class
of '99 was found neatly pressed between
the pages of the Daily files for that year.
The somewhat flattened alumnus spoke
at length on campus life before the turn
of the century, brushing off quotations
from the Daily that had stuck to his
clothes for 40 years. His words, the fly-
ing quotations and appropriate comments
were caught and written down on the
spot.)
By BOJANGLES
It was in my fourth year that "Pat
O'Dea's heart rending kicking" bitter-
ly disappointed Maize and Blue rooters
by permitting Pennsy to down Michi-
gan, and that a law professor lectured
on "Can A Christian Be A Successful
Lawyer?" (The answer to the question
seemed to be yes, with some qualifica-
tions).
The environment was wholesome, and
instructive talks were constantly being
presented. I can remember hearing an
address by a "native of Japan who
spoke on the Life of a Japanese Girl
from babyhood to Womanhood giving
all the particular." (Not quite all,
however).
Students were devoted to improving
their intellectual, spiritual and physical
capabilities, but there was a light side
to existence. One chap ran a notice in
the Daily that "the study of the man-
dolin is a recreation from the perpetual
grind of University work and I am go-
irg down to the Music Co. and get me a
Waldo and give it a little attention."
Yes, music was much in evidence in
those days when the university consist-
ed of 3,197 students, Who were thrilled
to read of an approaching musical treat
in the form of a vocal concert. "Miss
Du Fre," the U. of M. Daily said, "is a
daughter of the South, and a decided
brunette."
The allopaths were put on the defen-
sive the night "the Hahnemanman so-
ciety held a meeting at which nearly
all the Homeopathic students were pres-
ent and great enthusiasm was mani-
fested." (You might as well look up.
"homeopathic," we had to).

"The Intellectual Co-ed Distinguished
from the Giddy Co-ed" was the title of
an article in which the Djily advocated
altering the current vogue in;eadgear
of feminine students "for they are too

heavy an oppression on a girl'shead." "Regent Dean thought they- should
One day we were startled to see the make it an educational hole,
following in the Daily: "Regent Lawton" (suspecting sudverb
"Regent Cook thought they should sive activity among the students, no
go deeper. (Continued on Page 23)

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THE LAST BLUE BOOK has gone
on its way escorted by volleys of vol-
uble language! The air has begun to
clear, and once again you look your
profs in the eye without seeing that
knowing gleam in your compatriots
eyes betokening polished fruit! The
last dog is yet to be hung, though, so
here's for a gay, grand (supply your
own adjectives) evening!
A BIG WEEKEND CAN DO amaz-
ing things to an otherwise sleek head
of curls, and for all the new girls in
town and the regular 270 day a year
coeds we want to give out
the tip that the DIMAT-
TIA BEAUTY SHOP is
waiting to give your way-
ward top knot that sleek
finish for Saturday
night's festivities. Run in for a mani-
cure, an extra special facial, for a
quick hair do. Mrs. Di is specially
partial to her new French Wax
Facials and they really sound as if
they worked the magic touch. So
remember where they are, down on
State St.
TONIGHT the Michigan gal is not
the proverbial woman "rag, and a
bone, and a hank of hair" but come
those spring deluges
and she'll scurry to the
nearest beauty shop to
combat O l e Man
Weather's hankering
for straight haired
women. And the COL-
LINS BEAUTY SHOI%
has an idea worth your worthy time.

It's equalized waving! It's an intri-
cate method and really the best way
to explain it is to say it's waving
"as you like it." Curls where and how
you want them. Thyra, and Jeanne,
her assistants would like to have you
try it, it's called the La Gore meth-
od. It's a technique (better than
some of the smooth apples') for it
works on any kind of permanent you
care to have. Certainly sounds as
though it is something to look into,
gals!
ROSES ARE RED, VIOLETS
BLUE. That's all old stuff, so here's
something new. Gentlemen of the
J-Hop and such of you as cast a
wandering eye upon our column-
Wouldst' you that a certain young
woman beamed upon
you? Feb. 14th is your
open field day and we
suggest you get in the
/tgroundwork that will
carry off the prize gals.
CALKINS-FLETCHER guarantees
there is nothing like perfume to un-
bend a hard hearted female. So how
about a tiny clever falcon of Goli-
Wog, or Tussy's Safari. Lucien Le-
long is the sophiticate's favorite with
Murmur and Whisper scents. If
you've in, mind surprising someone
Feb. 14th here's the effective means,
method, and manner.
THE FLOWERS OF SPRING MAY
yet be in Pluto's underworld but the
gay colors are blossoming in the DIL-
LONS Shop Window. Somebody
spilled a bucket of bright colors in

the textile dye vats, you've never seen
such yummy shades. Unless you look
like Joseph's Rainbow
Coat this spring you
don't stand a China-
man's Ghost's chance
at Style! And Here's
where we start you off
on the short cut to
ohs! and ahs! Such tweeds yogi have
never seen, subtly woven with tones
and hues of mauve, purple, dusty
rose, spring green. AND the sweaters
that go with these wonderful casual
jackets are in Porcelein pink, Ahoha
Green, Spray Blue, Araby blue and
indescrible hues. And the really
smart thing is to match up all with
suede gloves in sporty purple. That's
the spring horizon for you.
BACK TO THE CLASSICS! - No
this isn't the voice of the Greek
Prof! It's the truth that the old
things are always the newest though
you may call us prevaricators. Old
French Masterpieces
are the newest idea
for your Valentine
handkerchiefs and you
can practice up your
proficiency in Fine
Arts 101. Every kerchief has two of
the great paintings hand-blocked on
the linen. Listen and perhaps you'll
recognize a few favorites. Lancret,
Corot's D'Appres, Watteau's la Bal-
anceuse and of course Millet's An-
gelus and The Gleaners. Now there's
a real idea for you and we hope you
like them. You'll find them at the
GAGE LINEN. SHOP.

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