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atches credited to .it or not otherwise
e local news published therein.
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EDITORIAL ,BOARD
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"It would seem as though the hardships of which
American university and college prpfessors com-
plain are not a peculiar product of the American
climate. The glaring discrepancy between the ever
rising cost of necessaries and a stationary remunera-
tion for services recognized to be.of the highest im-
portance to the community is a world phenomenon.
"A writer in L'Europe Nouvelle complains' that
a mail carrier in France is paid better than a pub-
lic school teacher, and two university graduates,
possessing equal qualifications, will in 30 years earn
a salary of i8,ooo and'9,ooo francs respectively if
one enters the service of the state as an engineer
and the other as a college professor.
"Still, according to the same testimony, the
French college teacher, however ill-favored is for-'
i'nate above his American colleague. During the
war, we are-told, professors in French secondary
and 'upper schools were granted an increase of sal-
ary amounting to 105 per cent.
"This may sound like an Eldorado to the Ameri-
can instructor; but the gratitude of the French
university teacher'is impaired by his knowledge that
a factory inspector serving under the government
has obtained an advance of 130 per cent, and a su-
pervisor of weights and measures, another minor of-
ficial, one of i8o per cent.
"The same article remarks that the European
country where the professors'enjoyed best treat-
ment in the civil service--and in all Continental
countries the teacher is almost invariably a state
employe-was of- all nations, Czaristic Russia. Un-
der the 'Tchin,' or semi-military hierarchy instituted
by Peter the Great and in force up to the revolution,.
a Russian college professor had the rank and sal-
ary of a lieutenant colonel. Even in Germany,
where a similar, if less rigid, standardization of of-
ficialdom prevailed, thegprofessoi's rating was that
of a major only."-New York Tribune.

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IAL, STAFF
H. Riley Robert C. 'Angell
Schermerhorn Robert D. Sage
Thomas J. Whinery

DETROIT UNITED LINES'
(Oct. 26, g9ig)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson-
(Eastern Standard °Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:io a.
in., and hourly to 9 :o p.. m.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-8:48
a. m., and every hour to 9:48 p. m. (Ex-
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:os a. M., 9:os a.
m. and every two hours to 9:05 p. m., 1o:50
p. m. Co Ypsilanti only, .I: ,pi p.. m.,z :1o
a. ri.. and to Saline, change at planti.
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound--7:48 a. m. and
2:2O a. m.
REV. DOUGLAS TO SPEAK ON
PRESENT SOCIAL CONFUSION
Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas will present
the 'first of a series of sermon-lectures
on relief from the social confusion of
present civilization, at the First Con-
gregational church next Sunday morn-
ing and evening..
The first address of the series en-
titled "The Way Out," is a review of
the recent book, "Walled Towns," by
Prof. Ralph Adams,' of Boston. In'
this volume, the author urges and pre-
dicts a return, in all things, to "the
unit of human scale," believing "the
Free City," and "The Walled Town,"
to be the only solution of the problem,
which, he declares involves the' de-
struction of imperialism and materi-
alism.
The dedication service which was
announced for Nov. 30, will be post-
poned until Dec. 7, owing to the fact
that the new organ is not completed.
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NOVEMBER 29, 1919.
ditor-G. O. Brophy.
THE EMERGENCY I
le of the special cars which will
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e affair will be one long to be
istory of Michigan athletics.
3athering together of loyal
ze purpose -of closing an un-
h a dash of the indominatable
ild make it a landmark. in the
ssors are to follow. ,
is today. A season has just
ust not be reproduced in fu-
is the purpose of this great'
r's faculty; alumni, and stu-
rst step in promoting such a
shall not be reproduced.
le of the spirit of Michigan
this council of her sons for
1 what greater privilege could'
z to be permitted, indeed in-
such a memorable event !
aduates must be properly rep-
ion to show that we, too, are
nsibilities-that we, too, are
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chigan always has and always
gency

garadise Lost and .Regained .
Ddwn in Polly Little's o'er a brimming cup of tea
The mem'ries of the other days come drifting back
to me,
ricoh bhFi-enctbwi ... F gwypoi
How unlike is chicken salad and the dressing may-
onnaise
To the salty pretzel diet of the distant golden days.
Again I see the Orieht,
The polished rail of brass,
The dish of cheese and cracker crumbs,.
The foanii within the glass,
The waiter hiking back and forth
With tarnished nickel tray-
Then that cold and chilling morn,
The fateful first of May.-
A hairpin drops upon the floor and vanished is my
dream,
I crook a languid finger for the dainty bowl of
cream,
I dip a spoon into the brew and clap my hands in
glee w
Down in Polly' Little's o'er a brimming cup of tea.

Nationally
Known in
DOWTime
Know Time
Bevo has become the best
friend of food and fellow-
ship.
Drink it for its purity,
and deliciously appetizig
flavor.
At the soda fountain or
with your meals.
Bevo must be served cold.
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Neckwear

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Thanksgiving day is over,
And appetite sublime
For we'll be having turkey hash
From now to. Xmas time.v

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Toggery

It must be
Ice Cold

SHELVING YOUR IDEALS
thing of doing as the Romans do may al-
carried too far. Individuality is suprem-
ause it implies that you are because you
ight to be. It means that you possess a thing
'usual, and valuable that every one in the
yes not possess.
ich argument is advanced to the effect that
ty people should adapt themselves to con-
as they firld them, that a great misunder-
m may ,accrue as to just what this adapta-
ns. It means getting acquainted with many
ities so that you may choose and follow in
-steps di those whom you most emulate. It
:hean submergance to everyone's particular
ecause the man who could satisfy all opin
policies would be peculiar, and not much
the ling run. Adaptation rathe- means
your group and standing by those ideals
brough association or training you deem
uable.
and we have a suggestion that contains a
ith. "Many men and women enter Michi-
high ideals. Some of these they lose sight
ast temporarily-because of a conflict with.
or something else that would appear to
er dividends." False ideals .are the ohly
t should be extinguished. Why shelve those
s of character which the university will
d into a sane form of expression? Without
Js at all a person is practically a nonentity.
nding for anything he might just as well.

A Modern Miracle
Gordon Sampson, whose leg was amputated by
Doctor Buell Pearson yesterday afternoon, is com-
ing around very nicely today.
Wheezes of Yester-Year
Mandy, rushing into drug store--Ah wants some-
thing to put mah man to sleep.
Clerk-Gentleman of color?
Mandy-Yessir.
Clerk-Use a flat iron.
Love is blind," sai Mary
To a bashful youth one night
So she jumped right off the sofa
And, turned out the parlor light.
Our Daily Novelette
SHIPWRECK
IN YE OLDEN NOVEL:
"We are lost," shouted the captain as he stag-
gered into the cabin.
IN THE MODERN THRILLER:
"Ladies and gentlemen," purred Captain Mont-
gomery as he tapped his Russian cigarette against
the golden case, "we have met with a slight mis-
hap which for a few moments has necessitated the
stopping of the engines. There is no cause for
alarm as the injury is trifling, of no consequence
I assure you. It is 12:30 by my wrist watch and if
any of the ladies present wish to desist from their
roulette they may leave the salon for a breath of
fresh air in the forward life boats. The night is
wonderful. To quote Browning one might say-
(Interrupted here by the ship going down)
"A man's a man for a' that," said Julian Fltinge

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