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The Michigan Daily, 1920-05-18

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Meager as the facilities now are, it nevertheless
would be a- good thing if all students interested in
swimming would take advantage of using the pool
at the Y. M. C. A. It will be open for use each
afternoon from 3 to 5, and there will be someone
there at this time to instruct those who may need
it and want it. Irrespective of conditions, students

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should not let this opportunity pass unnoticed.
It is to be hoped that the tank at the Union will
soon be completed; and ready for use. Money
spent in giving such' necessary equipment to the
University, vill bring ample returns. The need for
adequate swimming facilities is one of the biggest
needs of today.

TWO
STORES

G R A H AM's
BOTH -ENDS OF THE DIAGONAL WALK

TWO
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postage.
sentiments ex-
after 8 o'clock
Y M. CAREY

oseph A. Bernstein
Hugh Hitchcock
Renaud SheryVood
[ardy Ieth, Lee M. Woodruff
......Brewster Campbell
. , John IL Dakin
. Robert C. Angell
.Marguerite Clark
Adams, Thornton Sargent Jr.
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Winefed Biethan
:inery Robert D. Sage
ki Marion Nichols
1 Frances Oberholtzer
fort Edna Apel
tt E. P. Lovejoy
idy Charles 1urchison
Russell Fletcher

..PAUL E.+

CHOLETTA
ark B. Covefl
enry Whiting
dward Priehs
R. A. Sullivan

THE LAW OF PRESERVATION
Just as you cannot spend money and still have
it, so you cannot use property ruthlessly and ex-
pect it to retain its original value.
Splotches of ink on the floor and match scratches
on, the walls of the new library building would in-
dicate that if such a student policy is continued, the
original beauty of the- Library will be marred. These
apparently small things are those which count most
in a place of public assemblage.
Disrespect 'for buildings on the Michigan campsu
embodies a disrespect for every other person in the
University. 'Not only does it point to disloyalty in
the present but also leaves the mark of disloyalty
for coming generations of students to view and con-
template. The library building, which will be a
drawing card for interested visitors, may give Mich-
igan publicity and advertising of a sort that could
not be obtained in another way. But if the deface-
ment of a certain group - the few unscrupulous -
continues to a pronounced degree, than the public-
ity will be of 'a distinctly adverse nature.
Thinking twice wi l help preserve the Library in
its attractive state for one's self,,-for others, and for
the coming classes of Michigan men.
READ, DON'T MUTILATE
The recent mutilation of one of the best maga-
zines of the Library by some individual in order tow
carry away some information which he was too
lazy to'copy or secure in a legitimate way, is an ex-'
hibitioni of ,vandalistic spirit which a few persons are
practicing.- The literature in the Library is the
property of every member of the University com-
munity, which no single individual has the right to
appropriate for his or her own exclusive use. 'If
a student wishes to secure any material he should
follow, the proper course of procedure and not spoil
it for others. -Purdue Exponent.
SPEED MANIA
The college man of the movies owning an auto-
mobile is usually depicted as being a speed maniac
of the worst order. He never shows regard for
the rights of others, and deems his chief purpose in
college that of burning up tire and gasoline.
At certain"times in Ann Arbor one would be led
to believe that Michigan,has a number of these
"movie" college men. Speeding is not only con-
fined to the outlying districts, but the main streets
are often considered race tracks much to the dis-
comfiture and risk of the pedestrian. There are a
number of places where roads lead to the campus
cross-walks;'often while students are hurrying to,
classes the rapid approach of cars causes many nar-
row esca'oes..
A little more care and less speed on the part of'
some automobile drivers will cause many of their'
pedestrian friends few'er anxious moments.

DETROIT UNITED LINES
In Effect May 18, 1920
Between
Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Limited and Express cars leave for
Detroit, 6:10 a. m. and hourly to
9:10 p. M.
Limiteds to Jackson at 8:40 a. m. and
every two hours to 8:40 p. m. Ex.
presses at 9:45 a. i. and every two
two hours to 9:45 p. mn..
Locals to Detroit-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 a.m. and 1:10 a.m.
Locals to Jackson -- 7:45 a.m., and
12:10 a.m.
City And County
Two boys of high school age are be-
ing held at the county jail on a charge
of breaking and entering the office
of the Wolverine Forge Drill company
at Ypsilanti.

is week will be Monday
.ay night, Renaud Sher-
.ugh Hitchcock ; Thurs-
; Friday night, Chesser
J. A. Bernstein.

Just Received
Dr. Shull's
AnialBiology
UNIVERSITY
V W H ' BOO K:1:::::::::: aai'ils sa S TORF na Siiti

The new Community Council board
was elected by the seven community
councils of Washtenaw county Sat-
urday night.
The board of public works in' aI
:pecial meeting Friday recommended
to the council the payment of $2,633.60
now due for the construction of the
East University avenue pavement.
1
Work on the appraisal of Ann Ar-
bor's telephones was completed last
week by the Michigan Public Utilities;
commission. '
West Park tennis courts are now
ready for play, and ;Burns Park courts;
will be in, shape within a week.
The city's shrubbery order has ar-
rived and is being distributed w
Curb setting on Detroit street wil4
begin today.
CORRECTION-
Due' to the error of a Comedy club
official, Lois Maher was named as one
of the newly elected members of 'the
Comedy club. The name should have
been Francis Maire, "21.
Patronize our- Avertisrs.-A4v.

MAY
S M T W T- F S
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Men-Hats are high; your last
season's hat cleaned and re-
blocked into this season's shape,
with "a new band, will look like
new apd save you five or ten
dollars. We do only high class
work. Factory Hat Store, 617
Packard' St. Phone 1792.

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MAY FESTIVAL VISITORS
WILL SURELY ENJOY THE
COOL REFRESHMENTS SERVED

SLunches
Sodas
w Candies
SU GA R BOWl
109 S. MJAIN ST.

the entire ditoritd

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BETSY ROSS SHOP

OR. THAT UNIFORM
will probably never again have
tificance as attends it now, when
-ows and triumphs of the war are
ing that we have Hardly come to
of pease. Few 'indeed are those;
t in the activities which brought
some were more' fortunate than
g the scene of action. The, tre-
f patriotism which the war re-
ped must be conserved for the new
ding and rebuilding and tfraveling
f progress; and the annual cere-
al day is a splendid means at hand.
high the ideals for which so many

The Fountain Room

THE .ONLY UPHOLSTERED
.PULLMAN AND SOLID SILVER
FOUNTAIN SERVICE IN ANN

'Tuttle's
Lunches
Nunnally 's
Candy
Maynard St.

The riglh
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t place to entertain
ut-of-Town Friends

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value of the occa-
expression of trib-
ered up their 'lives,'
' Hill auditorium.
tic ceremonies and
uniform, plans for
the Overseas club.

13-15 Nickels Arcade

KEEP OFF THE GRASS ! !

sion can of course be truly. successful only
is fall in unanimously with its spirit; and
their power to add impressiveness to the
>up of men is more thoroughly patriotic,
nore closely t'he loss of those whose cour-
ath the holiday celebrates, than their com-
the service. Every ex-service man in the
y has been asked to. secute his unform
it in .the march and at the flag-raising
es., No iatter what his brnch or rank
been, every man must realize'that in don-
ki' or blue he is coptributilng to the true
ce of the day, and that only by a full
-ty co-operation may "effective results be
This is not to be an overseasr day, nor an
lay, but a' true Memorial day, to which
:riotic' student and faculty, member must
efforts.
or those uniforms !
SWIMMING AT MICHIGAN
ar, more than any other in the history of
ersity, 'swimming hasp'layed a large part
letic activities of the school. Michigan was
ed in dual meets by an informal team that
lingly well, considering the conditions that
faced. Last week the meet between the
and the ineligiblesagave rise to pmuch fav-
mnment as to the splendid aquatic mate-
n' the campus. Yet we all know that even'
best material we are still handicapped by
cilities for developing that material.
ol at the Y. M. C. A. has long been the
e where students can practice swimming.
seem that a -University as large as Michi-

The..Telescope
An Epitaph
Beneath this mound lies all we found
Of little Willie Green.
He went one night by candle light
To get some gasoline. -
Ann Arbor's'Bloodless Fights
Landlady's little. daughtert-Oh, mother, I think
those two students are fighting upstairs.
Landlady-What makes you think that
Daughter-I heard one say, "hit me," and then
the other says, "did that hurt you" and then the
first one said in an awfully weak voice, "yeh, that
kills me."
One Way of' Winning Back Our Athletic
Prestige????
Athletics among the boys and girls of the Uni.
versity have received a new impetus. Indoor base-
ball is the vehicle. Contests between them have
been'staged lately with the forfeit of a dinner, a
dance or a picnic from the loser to the winner.
-From my favorite Daily.
Heard on the Campus
Frosh-Oh, look that co-ed hasn't any eyebrows.
Upperclassman-Sh ! She'll hear you.
Frosh-Doesn't she know it?
Famous Closing Lines
"This is pretty slim board," muttered the stude
as he picked up the shingle.

J

AT EASTER TIME when the demand for clothing was strong a good
portion of our purchases of Spring-Suits was tied up in transit. These ship-
ments are now coming in from day to day and in order not to carry over any

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clothing to the fall season

We Will Sell These Suits 'Without Pro/it.

WAGNER & CO.

State Street.

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NOAH COUNT.

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