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well be used as a symbol of all that Michigan is ever
striving to maintain. The records of Carl John-
son, winner of this year's award, and Mike Knode
will long be honored.
LANTERN NIGHTc
As a culmination to woren's activities, next
Wednesday night, women Will meet together
for the last big gathering -of the year-Lantern
Night. Successfully re-established last spring, this
ceremony promises to become one of the memor-
able events of each year, provided it receives the
loyal support of Michigan women.
Not only is Lantern. Night an impressive spec-
tacle with its long lines of seniors in caps and gowns,
its gay swinging lanterns and camp fires, but it
furnishes a rare opportunity for all the wonwen
to meet together on common ground with a com-
mon interest. It is one of the best means we have
for the promotion of the feeling of good fellowship.
which should characterize Michigan's women as
well as her men.
While this is an occasion for all women, the
seniors are the guests of honor. It is the last chance
that underclass women as a whole will have to show
their respect and affection for the graduates.
Whether or not they appreciate this opportunity-to
meet each other and to pay a final, tribute to their
older friends will be shown by the ntlnbers and
spirit of the women who gather together on Palm-

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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. in. and
every two hours to 8:40 p. in. Ex-
presses at 9:45 a. in. 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.mn.
Locals to Jackson - 7:45 a.m., and
12:10 a.m.
WILE HONORED BY
STATE PHYSICIANS
Dr. Udo J. Wile, of the University
medical department, was elected see-
and vice-president of the Michigan
State Medical:society which conclud-
ed its 55th annual convention at Kal-
amazoo Thursday with,.1,000 practi-
tioners in attendance.
Recognition of the work of Dr. V.
C. Vaughan, dean of Michigan's medi-
cal department, was made in the prin-
cipal address given during the session
by pr. Hubert Work, of Pueblo, Colo.,
president of the American Medical

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REVIVE THE SENIOR SINGS
Why have senior sings, one of the most pleas-
of the old May and June traditions, been entirely,
neglected by the classes' of i92?.

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>le that this year's seniors,
tended the bandstand gath-
members of the audience,
ae' true value of these vocal
out time until Commence-
e seniors' wont to meet once
and join in the rhythmic
an songs. Those who have
Ad to the better class and
rhich the sings have always
ship enkindled, richer mem-
I of pleasant college remii

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g tribute to Dean'Vaughan,
said, "Dr. Vaughan is not
a as the great medical man
n, but many of us believe
greatest medical authority
ted States today."

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s are held every Wed-
and a feature is pro-
f stunt quartette. Of-
'uld co-operate at once
:higan, and should be
-ing body of students.
lence, it will only be
and place of gather-

be placed
building.

any intent of not standing up for the
we must admit that it would not hurt
s at all, if it rained for all the remaining
games.
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medical

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d are not always happy,"
i be no doubt of this,
'ou know, they must sorry grow,
y think of the fun they miss.
Girls Should Be Courted.-Head in
)er.
are no authoriy on the subject, off-
d say about the same length of time.

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SPRIN

. Reason enough
Prof. (catching student drinking alcohol)-Why
you drink that vile stuff?
Stude (reproachfully)-Because it's the best I
afford. You don't expect me to be drinking
ded stuff, do you?

Heard at the 'MaJ.
"Sit down there, you're not opaque."
"No, I'm A. Jones.'

The older we get the more convinced we become
of the truth of the old adage, "Some are born great,
some achieve greatness and some just grate upon.
you."

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;ive years,
at every
ated, and
ye of his
an will go

Try .This,.goys
Stude-I feel awfully sorry for a student I
know. It seems that he had a date with a girl and in
order to show here an especially good time he tried
to double his money in a crap game and lost it all.
Lady friend-Poor f allow. That was mighty
fine of him. And by the way who was the stu-
dent?
Stude-Why-er-er me.
Landlady (calling the student for the' fifth time
that morning)--What you need is a self starter.
Stude (sweetly)--Not so long 'as I've got a good
crank like you around.

PALM BEACH
SUITS
It is time now to purchase
summer clothing. You 'will like
them. The wonderful construc-
tion of Palm Beach Cloth with
its open porous weave, make
ideal garments for warm days.
Readily washed or, dry cleaned
and so comfortable.
They coma in a variety of
dark or 'light shades.
Straw Hats
-Panamas
-Silk, Shirts
---Underwear
-H o s iery

represent all that is goo(
ble in the realm of Mer
Wear Clothing. They ai
ican styles, excellently t
selected, all-wool fabric
sent real value, true ecol
investment in satisfactic
You can come to our s
assurance that what yoi
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our aim to please and to
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is to be
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