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ging Editor
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vace u'D e aeu ii ine ucpartment a tunas
at its disposal.
The University every year is producing journal-
ists of no mean ability, and its graduates can be
favorably compared with those of any university
in the country, but there shouldbe more choice in
the work offered them in the department. There
is not enough opportunity for varied work. A do-
nation or appropriation would alter the situation.
We do not want a technical department that will
teach a "trade-," but we want a more highly de-
veloped curriculum.
ALL CAMPUS SOCIETIES UNITED FOR
MICIIGAN
The third or activities floor of the Michigan
Union will be the new heart of all student affairs.
The use of it is given to all those worthy represen-
tative groups of student life. All the Union asks
is that the bodies work to better the University.
Organization and routine matters of college life
may be conveniently handled at informal gather-
ings and diners held on this floor. Any legiti-
mate enterprise may find quarters ' in which to
gather to foster the concrete development of real
Michigan spirit.w
The purpose of the Union is to be courageous,
resourceful, and deniocratic. Th{e Union is broad
enough to appreciate the effort to better Michigan
spirit. It is strong enough to give its support tea
any legitimate enterprise.
It is the purpose of the Union adininistration to
create an atmosphere of hospitality, sincerity, and
tolerance. It wishes to be held as an organiza-
tion of the whole University.
The Union is THE All-Campus organiaation.
Alex Berkman and Emma Goldman face depor-
ta/ion charges in New York. Perhaps they can'
help make up that 30,000,000,000 ruble debt of the
Bolsheviki Government in Russia.

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DETROIT UIMTED LInE'S
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(June 9, 19)
(central Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Enpress Cars-8:io a.
in., and houtrsly to .9:10 p. n.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-7:48
a. m., and every hour to 9:48 p: m. (E.x-
presses' make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars EastBound-6:oo a. m., 9:05 a.
m. and every two hours to 9:o5 p. m., 10:70
p. m. To Ypsilanti O1:_, 11:45 p. m., 12:20
a. m., i :10 a. m.,.and to Saline, change at
X'psianti.
Local Cars West Bound-6:48 a. m. and
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,.Attention. Studen-
You will always find it, at Mich.
book store and at the right price.
You are welcome.
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SNAPPY STYLES' IN FALL

bell

Just the kind that the-young fellow wants.

We have made

tions to take care of ,their needs and they are coming to us as they

line of

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question
'and is
or viola-

[eir stand-'
or the first'
is a fresh-

It looks as though the Finnish General Blo-
kovitch will 'just about finish the Bolsheviki~ at
Bulata.
Lights and Shadows
The Plashings of a Moron
Have yo~u a lavender soul
Or a sky blue pink soul
O one that is carmine or cerise
Or dapple gray or heliotrope?
It is an important question
For you must 'tone up your surroundings
'To matchi your soul,
So says a prominent decorator.
If you have a mauve soul
(And live in a house with blue blinds
'You are; all out of luck-
~Not hitting on four cylinders,
Out of tune with the infinite
If you (iave a violet soul
And spill orange marmalade
Upon your checkered vest
The result is the same,
Youare beyond the realms of the aesthetic,
If your hairis henna colored
And the brush and comb set is pale ivory
You 'are hopeless.
~So tone up your surroundings
To matgh your soul.
But you' can't' always do that.
Last night we walked home
With a man who was carrying
A large dull, red porterhouse steak
And our soul was green
And our 'codpish didn't taste right
That evening.
The Spartans used to wish that there was no
money. Most of us nowadays haven't any proof
that there is such a thing.

ments.

Hart SchafnOer &at
chfnr Suits and Overcoats

will offer

them just the opportunity they desire to inspect and purchase gar-
Latest, correct styles
All the popular shades and colors
All pure wool fabrics
and see the beautiful garments we are displaying. At the price
give you exceptionally good values.

Come in
range we,

Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Y
Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes

The Big Store

S. W. Cor. Main and

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ties' deft-
not ben

S. A. C.
Esupply!' the
e rating or
,lestermay
;hmain regu-

Somee told us today that
accounting in the Auditorium.

they should teach

tion.

n with its in-
;es, and in-
ht be well to
m college in

Cam pustry
"Hear the big scandal?"
"Nope."
It happened at Martha Cook."
"Gracious."
"This noon someone left the water turned on."
" (Excitedly) Yes, yes, go on."
"And now there are severalroomeirs afloat."

PIPES
BBB'S
Italian Briars.
(3 Grades)
Hand mane's
Stratford's
WJrighton 's
Wellington's
Dakelites
Frank's
Come In and see the largest
display of HIGH-GRADE Im-
ported and American made
Pipes io the city. We are
always glad to show them
toyou and are confident we
have just the pipe you are
looking for.
See Our Window
CITY CIGAR STORBE
110 EAST HURON STREET
ALARM CLOCKS
Guaranteed. Try One
J. L. Chapman, Jeweler
11.3 South Mainsteet
The Michigan Daily, delivered to
your 'door aaity except Monday, $3.50
a year.-Adv.
The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all
the latest campus, city, and world
-n A c Aiv

---ONE CONCERT ONLY---
First Time in 1600 Year
Outside of Rome
An Event Unprecedented in the Annals of MusIC.
TheITATICAN'
CHOIRS
COMBINING
70 NOTABLE SINGER
FROM THE
ROMAN BASILICAS
Selected from the best known Members of the .choirs of
SISTINE CHAPEL, ST- JOHN LATER
ST. PETER'S BASILICA and THE SCH
CANTORUM

CENTRAL CON
Arcadia Auditorium
Sunday Evening

a favor of establishing a
ge of journalism, equip-
r detail of the profession.
)e a great stride in the de-
ent. But is a great stride
: a more gradual develop-
.ctory and produce better
wth ?
ag of a course or college
tionably secure-more stu-
:hey be of comparatively
sent, those students who
ones who intend to be-
I women. They love the
> remain in it. They are
:rs. Certainly, those are

Household Economy
(From the Chicago Tribune)
"For Sale-House at 214 Bashaw street.
combination coal stove and baby buggy."

Also

The Old School
I'm glad to be back to the dear old school
That has so much to give,
Food for the mind and rest for the soul
But alas, no place to live.
To Our Contributors
A tiny bingle,
A little jingle
Or a bit of rhyme,
Hand it in at any time.
Thanks,

in a Polyphonic Concert of classical music
ranged in Rome from the works of Palei
VIadana, Ingegneri, France, Perosi and Cas
Under the personal dire
Maestro Raffaee

ection of
Casimhi

Special Chamberlain of Pope Benedict XV; Canon c
and Director of Composition at the Scuola
PRICES $2.20, $3.30, $5. 50,

and needs
interested in
Is should be

Including War Tax
)ERS for seats, er

Famous. Closing Lines
makes me soar," said the

MAIL OR

aviator when

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