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May 14, 1920 - Image 2

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Con

atle events ot a colege career. Ambition for mem-
bership in such oganizations is a spur to greater
efficiency and a more social spirit among students,
and as such must 'be -considered a big asset for
Michigan. As for the charge of lack of democracy,
>r few will deny that proved ability and hard work are
Se fair standards for all. Most of the campus organi-
- zations base membership on the winning of con-
spicuous places in athletic or campus activities -
which anyone is welcome to compete for - plus a
general reputation for being a good fellow.
All this does not mean, though, that men once
e elected to such societies should rest on their laurels
'p and forget their oath to do all in their power for
Michigan. In their ranks are found the ablest men
of the various classes, and their organization is a
means ready at hand for promoting a better spirit of
co-operation betwen all activities, for the good of
the University. More campaigns ought to be turned
over to them, and more interclass "differences given
Y them to settle. Active purposes of this kind not
only serve to strengthen the societies within them-
selves, but permit Michigan to avail itself of the
best energies of its greatest workers.

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G RAHAM'S
BOTH ENDS OF THE DIAGONAL WALK

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.....HARRY M. CARE"

Hardy Heth, Lee M. Woodruf
.....Brewster Campbe
.~John I. flakii
.. . ..Robert C. Angel
.-- Marguerite Clarl
as Adams, Thornton Sargent j5

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Winefred Biethan
ry Robert D. Sage
Marion Nichols
Prances Oberholtzer
Edna I1pe*
E. P.Loeo*
Charles Murchison
Russell Fletcher
LFF
...PAUL E. CHOLETTE
A. Gaines, Mark B. Covell
.......Henry Whiting
.dward Priehs
Schneider, R. A. Sullivan
D. P. J oyce'
er P. P. Hutchinson
Raymond K. Corwin
;s Lester W. Millard

THE UNION CHECK ROOM
In many cases when protection is offered to a
person, that man deliberately disregards it and re-
fuses to 'benefit by it. This is especially trie in the
case of the check ioom recently installed in the
Union building.
Since the time this means of protection from
theft was instigated it has seen very little use.
The small group which does use it is almost en-
tirely composed of out of town members and guests.
Very few students use it.
People would rather take the :risk of losing their
overcoats than to bother to see that thtey are put
where they will be safe. A few cases of theft from
the different coat rooms have been reported already,
and to Union officials this attitude of -"Oh, I'll take
a chance" is becoming more and more hard to un-
derstand. The use of the check room is entirely
free of charge, and if .students and other persons
who use the building would consider what the con-
sequences of carelessness on their part might be,
the check room would become more and more pop-
ular.
The best way to keep a thief from stealing is td
keep temptation away from him. Increased use of
the check room would be beneficial not only to those
whose property is concerned but to everyone in gen-
eral.
Seniors have been wearing their caps and gowns
to the ball games this spring, in addition to the reg-
ulaf occasions. How about donning the regalia and
turning out in force for the spring games Friday'
The games will be, worth seeing, and the caps and
gowns will add "tone" to the tradition.
A recent news item: "Ralph Greenlaw, son of
Eben Greenlaw of Flagstead, Arizona, who with
another son was killed Sunday by Mexicans near
El Oro, was also murdered Monday at the same
place by Mexicans." A return engagement, so to
speak.

'erning news for any
who has full charge

week' will be Monday
-esday night, Thomas
t, Hugh Hitchcock;
herwood; Friday night,
day night, Joseph A.
t 14, 1290.

DETROIT UNITED LINES
In Effect May 18, 1920I
Between
Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Limited and:Express cars leave for
Detroit, 6:10 a. Ao. and hourly to
9:10 p. in
Limi ds to'Jackson at 8:40 a. m.^and
ery two hours to 8:40 p. m. Ex
presses at 9:45 a. m. and every two
two hours to 9:45 p. m.
Locals to Detrolt-5:55 a.m., 7:05 a.m.
and every two hours to 9:05 p.m.,
also 11:00 p.m. To Ypsilanti only,
11:40 p.m, 12:25 am.and 1:10 a.m.
l.als to Jackson- 7:45 a.m., and
12:10 a.m.
]'Iusic Notes
Gertrude Flowerday, a student in
the piano department of the Univer-
sity School of Music, will give hert
graduating recital at 8 o'clock ti
evening in Frieze hall of the school.
She will play the following pro-
gram:
Variations on a Haendel Theme,
Op. 24 .................Brahms
If I Were a Bird..........Henselt
Etude, Op. 25, No. 3.........Chopin
Sonata, Op. 11............Schuma nn
Introduction, Alegro, Arie..Scherzo
Etude, C minor.....'....Prokoieff
Soosaligio..........Liszt
Perpetual Motion ..... ..Weber
FROSH ENGINEERS TO HOLD.
ANNUAL STEP FRIDAY NIGHT
"Sandy" WIlson's Orchestra Will Put
Pep into Yearlinrs'
Party
All is now' in readiness for the
Freshman Engineers' Step, to be held
on Friday night, May 14, in the ball
room of the Michigan Union. The
grand march will start promptly at 9
o'clock to the strains of "Sandy" Wil-
son's 10 piece jazz orchestra. A pro-
gram of 16 numbers will be played.
Elaborate decorations have been plan-
ned and every effort is being made by
the committee to make the event a,
gala affair.
The chaperons are Dean M. E. and
Mrs. Cooley, Assistant Dean W. H. and
Mrs. Butts, Pro. F. P. and' Dean Jor-
dan, Prof. W. G. and Mrs. Hoad, and
Prof. L. R. and Mrs. Strauss.
After Effects of Flu Still Felt
After effects of the influenza epi-
demic are still being felt, according
to Dr. John A. Wessinger, city health
officer. Deaths continue to outnum-
ber births in Ann Arbor, totals for the
first four months of the current year
being 275 deaths, and 200'births.
Drug Store, 117 So. Main St. Re-
ceived every week.-Adv.
BRICK ICE CREAM
2 -
CIO N NOR'S
CHOCOLATE
VANILLA
NEAPOLITAN
SPECIALS
ALWAYS ON HAND
AT THE
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SHOP
Fountain Room Beautiful
Branch Nickel Arcade'

Just Received
Dr. Shull's
Animal Biolog;
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UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTbRI

SECURITY SALESMEN
WANTED
An old and well-established Detroit investment house de-
sires the services of several active young men as salesmen.
Will consider young men just graduating from University
wishing to enterthe investment business. Prefer men whose
college training has been pointed toward this'business' and
with desirable acquaintance, particularly in Detroit or other
large Michigan cities. Only high-grade, non-speculative se-
curities handled. Attractive proposition to the right parties.
Address-
Box H. R, Miehigan Daily.

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BIG MONEY FOR SUMMER!
Students, Attention!
We are in need of 100 salesmen to sell
our large residence lots and business.
frontage, right on Woodward Avenue, in
Detroit. Some of our salesmen are mak-
ing-as high as $700.00 per week. It is
very pleasant work. Don't you want to
make some money during vacation time?
We can show you how to make enough
during vacation to carry you through your
next term. Our manager will'be in Ann
Arbor in a short time to interview pros-
pective salesmen. Write us today if-you
are interested and we will have our man-
ager see you while in Ann Arbor.
MERCHANTS REALTY COMPANY
91 Griswold Street

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KEEP OFF THE GRASS!!

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'ten.observed,
the outward
only declare
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his loyalty.
ounces "Rah-
e who thinks
ildings where
don not nron-

Wanted: Another Rib
New Woman's Body to Be Formed.
in Columbus Citizen.

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Detroit, Michigan

Cadillac 2727

He clasped her fondly in his arms,
As the color left her ch'eek,
And stayed upon his coat
For pretty near a week.

"DETROIT'S LARGEST GROUND FLC

OFFICES~

tever they
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as to give
A corre-

SUMMER SESSION 1921

before the close of
ve the University for
of us to do what we
s that 'bind us all to
:hat those who enter
vith Michigan ideals,
ly. If this is to be
ust be observed, not
by everyone - and

d against
that they
the time,
members,
ir empty
ne or two
ition that

Now there is considerable agitation for having a
Father's Day. Father doesn't want a day - give
him a night off and he's satisfied.
Dear Noah: --
I am undecided as to which one of two college.
girls I should marry. One is large and the other
one is small. What would you advise?
Bo Brummel.
Why in matters of this kind always choose the
lesser of two evils.
A One Act Plav
Scene-The sitting,room of the Smith home. The
lights are turned so low that two figures on the,
divan are barely distinguishable.
Characters-Mr. Smith, his little son, Willie, his
daughter, Mabel, and her escort, Mr. Jones.
(The lights .are suddenly thrown on and Mr.
Smith enters.)
Mr. Smith-Well, well, I didn't know anyone
was in here. I -failed to hear any conversation.
Mabel-Oh, yes, we were talking, father. Mr.
Jones and I were just discussing kith and kin.
Little Willis (from under the divan)-Yeth, they
were, father. Mr. Jones said, "may I kith you?"
and Mabel said, "lYou kin."
Curtain.
One Study We All Pursue
First stude-So you're going to the dance to-
night. And by the way are you taking poly ec?
$econd ditto-No, I'm taking Minnie Smith.
Famous Closing Lines
"Ha, the old stamping ground," he muttered as
he entered the post office. NOAH COUNT,

MORE THAN 300 COURSES BY'A'STAFF OF 260 MEMBERS
OF THE REGULAR FACULTIES
All University Facilities Available
An excellent opportunity for regular students of the Uni-
versity to shorten materiallytheir period of residence,, for the
Summer Session is in general the equivalent of one-half se-
mester. Four and three year courses may thus be shortened
to three and two calendar years, respectively. Maiy special
courses for teachers and those preparing to teach next year.
Unusually strong. programs of courses. Announcements may
be obtained at the offices of the various Schools and! Colleges:
Literature, Science, and the Arts, Engineering and
Architecture, Pharmacy, Graduate Study, Library Meth-
ods, Biological Station, Embalming ,and Sanitary Sci-
ence, June 28-August 20; Medicine and Surgery, June
28-August 8; Law, June 21-July 24 and July 26-August
28; Field Courses in Geology and Geography in Southern
Kentucky, August 30-September 25.

UNIVERSITY, OF MICHIGAN

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fact,

For general information address

T. E. RANKIN,
Box 30, Ann Arbor, Mi

Ladies' Party Gowns a Specialty I

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