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after 8 o'clock

.HARRY M. CAREY

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uniform inmediately, do your share towards mak-
ing a new Michigan tradition -. one which coming
students will respect and look forward to each year.
THE UNION SHOW
Thursday night the first Union movie will be put
on in Hill auditorium accompanied by a short pro-
gram of musical numbers. The Union, in securing
this picture after it had once been shown in Ann
Arbor, was able to get it at a' very reduced rate and
consequently has been able to handle the produc-
tion at a very nominal price.
There may come a time when Union movies will
be .produced once a month, or even oftener, with
musical numbers by members of the Union and the
Union orchestra. There are a number of large
films released by leading companies which are never
shown in Ann Arbor and some of ,these releases
could probably be secured by the Union.
In addition to the moving pictures,. there is the'
Union orchestra, which has been practicing for
some time under the direction of Earl Moore. One
of the complaints frequently heard regarding local
moving picture houses is the poor quality and small
quantity of music furnished. There should be ma-.
terial enough in a University this size to form an ex-
cellent orchestra, and Mr. Moore has made an ef-
fort to bring it out and round it into shape, believ-
ing that a high class. orchestra would be a'real as-
set to the school.
The rest of the entertainnent offered i all of the
best, and for the price greater satisfaction could
riot be insured.
COLLEGE FRIENDSHIPS
It is the consensus of opinion of all college gradu-
ates that the friendships and associations which are
formed during years in the university are the
strongest and most binding ties of later life. A com-
mon bond seems to link ustogether inseparably. We
realize more and mpre as time goes on that these
friendships are not mere temporal affairs, soon to
be forgotten, but things with a meaning for all time.
Had we not known certain, pepple something
would have been, missing, something great and
strong. College is rather a, formative period. Mol-
ten metal is poured into molds to be turned, out as
more or less base material. The friends which we
make during this period have been compared to the
alloy~s with which the metal has been mixed. They
have as great an influence upon our lives, later as
well as while in the university, as an alloy has to the
metal with whsich it is fused.
True friendship is, in the opinions of many, un-
attainable. This belief is not founded upon fact.
The spirit of Damon and Pythias is ngt dead.
There are still men in the world to whom friend-
ship is more than mere association. To these men
it means, readiness to sacrifice everything for its
sake; and to them it comes, as it should, before
everything.

TWO
STORES.

G RA H AM 'E
BOTH ENDS OF THE DIAGONAL WALK

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. Mn.
Limiteds to Jackson at 8:40 a. m. and
every two hours to 8:40 p. m. Ex-
presses at 9:45 a. m. and every two
two hour's to 9:45 p. in.
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.

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Venezuelan Trip
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Prof. H. B. Baker has just returned
from- a scientific expedition in Vene-
zuela, South America, where he rep-
resented the University museum in
obtaining an excellent collection o'
8,000 snails and 350 reptiles and am-
phibians.
Among the other members of the
party were E. B. Williams, probably
the biggest amateur collector of dra-
gon flies in the United States, and
Jesse Williams, head of the secret
service in the Newberry case.
Professor Baker declared that the
expedition was successful in spite of
an unusually dry season. A arge
number of new specimens were secur-
ed among which were several un-
known to science.
The sanitary conditions were ex-
tremely bad, all of the party having
frequent attacks of'malaria. Food con-
sisted mostly of cooked bananas and
coffee with the occasional addition of
goat meat for variety.
In speaking of the trip, Professor
Baker said, "The country has both the
advantages of beautiful scenery in its'
mountains and dense forests, and a
rich, productive soil in the valleys.
Practically all of the coast line is a
.desert, a fact which is not generally
connected with South America."
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Ideals
The Senior wants to write his name up high,
Fame's golden scroll to deck,
tut later he is glad to write upon
The bottom of a check.
Voice over phone-But I tell you I must see my
girl in the worst way.
Sorority sister-Oll right then, call around about
8 in the morning.
The Retort Courteous
Stude-I'm afraid I scan't answer that ques-
-tion. You see I never took geometry.
Prof.-Geometry? Good heavens, man, this is a
problem in economics.
Stude-Yes, but you tell that stuff from so many
angles that it sounds like geomery to me.
Oh, That's Different
Diner-kWaiter, take away this milk. It's muddcy.
Waiter-Ydu' are deceived, sir. It's just the
glass that's dirty. Taste it.
Heard on -the. Campus, Since Sping. Has Come
"I say, Old Man, what do you do during your
spare time."
"Qh, generally I go to school."
How to Be Happy
He whowould fuss well,
And so be wise,
Should think and ponder o'er itx
'Til he dies.
Since looking over the summer' styles ye editor
has become' convinced that there is only. slight dif-
ference between us and a stylish gent - the stylish
gent wears his clothes well while our clothes are
well worn.
Ala! You've Been Listening to Her Practice
First stude-I call my girl from the .School of
Music, "Consciousness."
Second ditto-How's that?
First-Because she hasn't a "small, still voice."

Announcement has recently been
made' that W. "P. Smith, '20, won 'third
prize of $1,000 in 'the Waker Blaine
Beale Republican platform contest.
Ten thousand dollars, the gift of Trux-
ton Beale, former U. S. minister to
Persia, was offered in prizes for the
best Reppblican platforms, written by
Republicans not over 25 years of age.
First prize was won by C. S. Joslyn,:
of, Harvard university and second by
H. B. Wilson, of- the University of
Pennsylvania. The purpose of the
contest was purely educational.

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