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practically assured by the proposed mentor system
for men. This would give first year men who
would not otherwise have anyone to take an inter-
est in their welfare, an opportunity of meeting men
about the campus, of learning the traditions of the
University, of getting into campus activities, and of
really entering into college life and securing a start
that will make their four years here among the busi-
est and the happiest of their life. As a means of
helping the freshman and completing the work of
democratizing the entire campus, the new system of
upperclass mentors should be welcomed by the en-
tire student body.

Mary Roberts Rin
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THE SENIOR GIRLS' PLAY
The abandonment this year of the traditional
Senior Girls' play will undoubtedly be a disappoint-
ment to the many alumnae who will be in Ann Ar-
bor the latter part of the month. For years this en-
tertainment has formed an important part of Com-
mencement week. and has been enjoyed not only by
the visiting graduates but by the University as a
whole.
The 1920 class has accided to give up the idea
of having a play for several reasons, the principal
one being a lack of time to arrange an adequate pro-
duction. The summary dismissal of such a tradition
really demands a more acceptable explanation, for it
is unlikely that the classes of previous years have
been less busy at the close of the semester. More-
over, the social which will be offered more or less as
a substitute for this event will not replace the play,
for it can be enjoyed by only the seinor girls and a
few of their friends, while the play would be open
to everyone.
It is to be hoped that the action of this year's
class will not set a precedent as regards the observ-
ance of this tradition. Past performances have
shown the custom to be worth continuing and the
class of '21 should revive it next year in order that
it may not pass out of existance.
SUMMER SESSION FACILITIES
Because of the congestion in various depart-
ments at the present time, it is difficult for students
to arrange their work as they would like to. Often
it has been impossible to secure classes under cer-
tain professors because of the abnormal situation,
and in some cases desirable courses have been neg-
lected. The Summer session offers the student an
unusual opportunity for taking work under the di-
rect supervision of a picked faculty. It gives him
the advantage of freedom from the cramped condi-
tions that now prevail in the two semesters of the
academic year. The summer is an ideal time for
intensive study. By enrolling in the Summer ses-
sion, the student ,insures a more perfect continuity
in his work, he sustains and increases his inter-
est, and actually practices an economy in tim6.
In view of the fact that a year saved will mean
much to many men who are now in school, it seems
that everyone should seriously consider attending
Summer school this year. This is the opportunity
for men who lost time during the war to make it
up, and it is a valuable short-cut to graduation for
every enterprising student.

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. m. and every two
two hours to 9:45 p. mn.
Locals to Detroit-5:55 a.m., 7t05 a.m.
and every two hours to 9:05 p.m.,
also 11:004 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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that was genuine.
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University, unani-
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Cap and Gown
That the costume's fascinating there's no reason for
concealing,
I think my love beautiful when in it she appears,
But when I steal a kiss from her how funny is the
feeling,
When the edges of her mortar-board are tickling my
ears.
The National Game of "Playing a Boob"
1st Co-ed-Why don't you tell him definitely
that you,can't go with him tonight to the Union
dance.
2d Ditto-But how can I, when I don't know for
sure that Charlie will ask me?
Dear Noah:
While in a street car the other night I saw an
officer watching a pickpocket relieving a passenger
of his watch, and yet he did nothing to stop him.
How do you account for this extraordinary con-
duct ? L.E.
Perhaps the officer was one of those men who
can only see the good in other people.
Of all sad words -of tongue or pen,
For which we pay good money,
The saddest is the Gargoyle when
The editors think they're funny.
A Love That Passeth Understanding
Ie-Are you sure you love me?
She-,Silly. Haven't I ridden for miles behind
you on your motorcycle?
This One Takes a New LeaN on Life About This
Time of Year
Senior-tHow can I ever thank you, sir? Every-
thing that I am I owe to you.
Professor-Pooh! Don't mention such trifles.
It is With a Sob in Our Voice That We Tell This
Now Long-Deceased One
Willie-Papa, what makes your nose so red?
Father (hastily)-The east wind, my son. Now
pass me the decanter of wine.
Mother (sweetly)-Yes, Willie, pass your fath-
er the east wind and be sure not to spill it. j
Famous Closing Lines
"Ha, a long felt want," he muttered as he pur-
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