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ence as well as in themselves.
The answer is not mysterious. No occult influence
has been present. The tiredness, the restlessness,
and the headaches are all traceable to the same
source-light. Not particularly too much light, but
misdirected and disconcerting light.
Anyone who has ever participated in amateur
theatricals will remember the difficulties of playing
to an audience' as brilliantly illuminated as they.
The dissatisfaction with programs rendered at Hill
auditorium is due in no small measure to misused
A large sum of money was expended upon Hill
' auditorium to make it par-excellence as regards
Sboth sight and sound. Why should not a small
sum be spent on remedying the condition? The
University has the electricians to do the work and
there are a number of solutions. Perhaps the eas-
iest one would be to cease to use the arches of light
altogether, replacing them by a diffused lighting
effect from the oval in the center of the ceiling, At
any rate, criticism and discomfort have been ex-
pressed from such a wide range of individuals that
the matter obviously cannot be ignored.
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1920.
A CO-OPERATIVE STORE
n this age of co-operation and community own-
hip it is not strange that the question should
nmonly arise: "Why not a co-operative store
the students of Michigan?"
'here has been no attempt to establish such an
'itution at Michigan, at least during the last four
rs, and recent inquiries concerning the question
e been sufficiently numerous to warrant at least
investigation. Only the idealist would claim that
success of any such project is a certainty. We
know, however, that the idea has been success-
y put into execution at Harvard, Dartmouth, and
nceton, and that other universities are giving it
'he 1919 report of the Harvard Co-operation so-
y, for instance, gives the total sales of mer-
ndise during the year as $560,828.20 as com-
ed with total sales of $479,36I.20 during the
:eding year, an increase of $8I,467. The report
ther states that "in view of the unusually small
ollment at Harvard university and the general
tailment of purchasing during the first six'
aths of the fiscal year, the volume of business
excellent." The Harvard Co-operative society
efined as "a retail business conducted in the in-
!t of its members to whom all profits are paid
whose only justification for existence is the
ng which it makes for its members."
he Dartmouth Co-operative .association was fi-
ced by selling 5,000 worth of shares at $25
ng the undergraduates. The net profits each,
r are equally divided as dividends to the stock-
lers, dividends to the patrons of the store, based
:he total amount each has bought during the fis-
year, and a fund to buy back and place in the
sury of the corporation outstanding stock, call=
'here seems to be no reason why a project that
worked successfully at Harvard for 37 years-
ild not be practiesable at Michigan. At any rate,
poularity of the enterprise at this and other uni-
ities seems to entitle some consideration from
His hand neared hers, he whispered low,
She heaved a wistful little sigh,
'And, gently put her hand in his.
"Fares, please !" she heard hin cry.
This one used'/to go much bigger in the good old
days when the H. C. of L. was something to laugh
about instead of being the kill-joy it is now.
"There' goes the champion lightweight of the
"But he doesn't look like a boxer."
"He isn't. He's a butcher."
He Joined a Very Exclusive Circle
'I haven't seen Bill around here since my re-
"No, poor Bill is dead."
"So, gone to join the great majority, eh?"
"Not at all. Bill wasn't like most of the fellows
who go to college. He always remained over for
week-ends in Ann Arbor and a fellow couldn't go
wrong there if he wanted to."
The Curse of a Healthy Body
One only had to look at those boys' and girls'
faces bright with intelligence, bodies strong with
health, to realize the crimes committed against oth-
ers so'afflicted. Staten Islander.
How can I overcome the habit I have of talking
to myself ? A. Reader.
You might try catching yourself cheating at sol-
itaire and then determine never to speak again to
such a cad.
Our idea of a fellow who is suffering from self-
hypnosis.is the bird who wears shell-rimmed glasses,
unbuckled galoshes and a vacuous smile and then
imagines that he's a regular knockout with t he.
DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. 26, 1919)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:ro a.
in., and hourly to 9:10 p. m.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars--8:48
a. in., and every hour to 9:48 p. m. (Ex.
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound---6 :o3 a. in., 9:05 a.
in. and every two hours $o 9:os5p. m., o:so
p' in . To Ypsilanti only, i:4 P. in7,1:10
a.i m. and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound--:48 a. m. and
X2:20 a. M.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC STUDENTS
TO GIVE RECITAL TODAY
Music lovers are invited to listen
to a public recital of piano, violin,
and voice department students at 4:15
o'clock this afternoon at Frieze hall,
in the University School of Music.
The program will be as follows:
Romance, Op. 5.......Tschaikowsky!
Meditation from "Thais" .. Massenet
Give a Man a Horse He Can
Ride ..... ................,O'Hara
King Charles........... . White
Hark, Hark the Lark..Schubert List
Etude on Black Keys ........ Chopin
Turkish March.. Rubinstein-Beethoven
Souvenir de Lubeck . .. . .Reichen
Vulcan's Song'. ........... Gounod
Robert McCandliss .
Romance, Op. 28, No. 2 ....Schumann
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Our Daily Novelette
He could scarcely comprehend that this gorgeous
creature at his side had promised to marry him.
Vehemently he told himself that it was her own
sweet personality that he loved; the mere fact that
she was heir to several millions was to him only a
minor detail. Why a man who would marry a girl
for her money wasta cad-a scheming adventurer
Who was unworthy to be called a man.
By a remarkable coincidence it seemed that she
was thinking of the same thing. From the time she
had attained her majority until, now she had been
obliged to guard against fortune seekers-'-unscrup-
ulous men who would have married her for her.
money. ut at last she had found a man worthy
of her trust; one who loved her for herself. To
satisfy herself beyond the shadow of a doubt she
decided to try out.
"Darling," she -murmured, "you aren't marrying
me for my money, are you?"
"Certainly not," he answered, his voice rife with
"Since I have a womanly longing to be loved for
myself alone," she continued, "I 'am going to give
all myfortune to the missionaries." At her words a
light of high resolve kindled in his eyes. She no-
ticed it and was thrilled thereby.
"But where are you going?" she asked as he
arose to go.
"I'm going to be a missionary," he muttered, the
look of determination still undiminished.
Famous Closing Liness
"I didn't think it was in you,)' said the native as
the whale deposited Jonah on the shore.
on all new
on entire stock of
FALL and WINTER
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50 per cent Less Than
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By Now! Plenty of Sizes Now
This may not be true later. If you are not ready t purchase,
you may select, and apon payment of a small deposit, we will
lay your purchase aside.
LET THERE BE DARKNESS
University of Michigan is especially fortu-
having for its concerts, speakers, and *pub-
lerings. Hill auditorium.
any preventable thoughtlessness should mar
id all of the programs given there seems in-
able. Yet this is true.
e you noticed the discomfort "registered" by
dience between numbers of the program?
ing more than a mere stretching?
you not been conscious of the effort re-
to concentrate on the feature being pre-
.e close of each entertainment, no matter how
t, have you not been aware of a tired feel-
wally accompanied by a headache?
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