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entitled to the use for
ed to it or not otherwise
published therein.
>or, Michigan, as second
Maynard street.
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ords, if signed, the sig-
tbut as' an 'evidence of
shed in The"Daily at the
iled to TheDaily office.
consideration. No man-
rincloses postage.-
orse the sentiments ex-
.Managing Editor
6,Business Manager

cused of profiteering and advise the University of-
ficials and general public to calm themselves.
In justice to the landladies i't must be said that
the prices of several years ago, even one year ago,
cannot be taken as a basis for present prices. * *
* * The public has long since abandoned them
as a criterion. There ,is some doubt, however, as
to whether the present ratio of rentals to rooming
house expenses exceeds that of the past only suffi-
ciently to return a reasonably greater ,income. As
for the alleged broken contract which, it appears,
is only one of several similar offenses, no defense
has been offered.
Regarding the landladies' presentation of their
case, some doubt has already been expressed as to
whether their estimates of the cost of furnishing
a student's room are at all representative. The aver-
age student will "wrack his brain in vain to re-
call an apartment furnished as elaborately as the
one they describe. If the work is as disagreeable
and unremunerative as these ladies assert, it is
surprising that they persist in it. If they seek to,
atone for "long suffering" is it reasonable for them
to ask. us of today to suffer for the evils of our,
forbears?
It must be admitted that the same grounds exist
for raising prices in the ,case of rents as in other
cases. But it is also true that just as there are
those who will profiteer in other cases, so are there
those vho will profiteer in the case of rents.

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DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(June g, .9)
(Central "Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars--8:io a.
in., and hoursly to 9g:: p. in.
Jackson Limited and Ex.press Cars--7:48
a. in., and every hour to 9:48 p. i. (Ex.
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:oo a. m. 9:05 a.
m. and every two hours to 9:05 p. m., 10:50
p. m, To Ypsilanti only,, 11:45 p. ma.,a1:20
a. mn.,, : ro a:lin., and to' Saline, change at.
Ypsilanti.
Local cars West Bound-6 :48 a. m. and
I11:20D. M.

Attention Students
You Will always find it at Mich. best
book store and at the right price.
You are welcome.
University
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MORE THAN RECONSTRUCTION
What the University wants, what it needs this
year is more than reconstruction; something be-
yond that, which the simple word reconstruction
does not wholly 'embody. Rather, what is funda-
mental and vital is reconstruction and construc-
tion to one definite end.
Students need spend few hours worrying about
what their faculty will accomplish in the way of re-
building and re-evolving a new Michigan. Faculty
problems will 'take care of themselves to a large
degree as they are presented.
For a reason yet nebulous the whole world today
is seething over the economic, industrial, and so-
cial problems. The student who, immersed in Uni-
versity work, can yet turn his mind to the prob-
lems of both the campus and those of the world in
general, is 'apt to find that the two, somehow, are
not so evitally different, provided he will but spend.
his time and energy toward reaching the root of
the matter.
The million-dollar Michigan Union building will
be completed within the next few months, ready to
handle some of its share of the campus problems.
'The inception and formation of what Michigan is
pleased and justified to call the greatest college
union was formulated in the brains of Michigan
students, in 1907. The present building, the must
pretentious of any of its kind among American uni-
versities, was made possible because of the activity.
of the student body, the faculty, and alumni. ,
ous thought to the problems of the day. Too many
brought out. A college with an enrollment of ap-
proximately io,ooo cannot have its student activi-
ties run properly by a few men. Their ideas can-
not possibly be broad enough.
The athletic situation is not as it should be. Too
few men try for Varsity insignia. Too few are
sufficiently aware' of the gain to be derived fromw
non-athletic activities." Too few have given seri-
ous thought to the problems of the day. Too. many
are lackadaisical. The present is the time to cor-
rect these habits, to convince the incoming classes
that a student of an American university should be
preparing himself for his life business and his life
habits.
Tod many of us leave college without the funda-
mentals of our careers 'definitely established.
The All-fresh may have a man named Paper,
but the Varsity would probably be willing to admit
that he is a Paperweight when hurled at the line.
How would these sound in sporting stories: "The
Michigan offense was built about Paper" or "Paper
advanced ten yards."

The Foundation

of Loveliness
No matter how diverting the subject of one's clothes may
be, no woman thinks of planning her fall wardrobe without
first considering the foundation-dainty undergarments.
And even if this were not so they would instantly convert a wo-
man--for never have we seen lovlier 'undergarments.
Whether one seeks the fluffy undergarments, the simple tailored
effects, the soft, silken lingerie, or the lovely Polto Rican and Philip-
pine garments in which hand embroidery asserts its charm, there will be
found models to interest all types of feminity.
New Fall Blouses
A timely selling for the fastidious woman cannot have too
many blouses to accompany the separate skirt or to wear with
her new suit. These blouses cannot be excelled in values and

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Beautiful Georgette Crepe Russian Blouses and Crepe de Chine
Blouses 'are attractively shown in a choice so wide that every taste, no
matter how critical, may be satisfied, for all the season's color effects
and all the smartest new styles are shown.
Satins and fancy plaids in the season's smartest models are also
delightfully featured in this collection.

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charming costume' is. depende
the corset worn? And that th
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figure into the graceful, vwellpip
that vogue has decreed for the
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One of the .latest of U. S. destroyers was chris-
tened Case. If it never does any more damage than
the Case with which Michigan recently dealt it
will be a fit ship to uphold the government in a
League of Nations.
While the freshmen are being initiated into the
myteries of Michigan's songs and yells it might,
not 'be a bad idea for some of the upperclassmen
to test their knowledge of the former.
As a. result of the housing shortage in Berlin,
the municipality is renting cells in the old city jail
as dwellings. A good suggestion if it had come a
few days ago.
German labor unions have signified a willingness
to adopt piece work. In America it is a case of
adopting peace to work first.
The steel workers say they will all hang together.
Ten to one the steel corporation is willing to furn-
ish the rope.
Experience is a great thing in any occupation
but the newest demand is for "an experienced mar"
ri'ed nan."

Branch Nickels Arcade
'- EANERS
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Suits pressed while you wait.'
FRESH FRUIT SUNDAES
FRESH FRUIT SODAS
HOU MADE CANDIES
Fresh Daily
HOT CHOCOLATE
Visit the
The SUgaf Bowl
109 S. MAIN STREET
The Arcaae careteria in the Nickels
arcade is now open with lots of good
fresh vegetables, home-killed pork,
etc., from our own farm. The baked
goods we, prepare in our B kery. We
have not raised.our prices.-Adv.
Read the Michigan Daily for Campust
news.--Adv.

POL O SHIRTS
Button-cown collar attached.
See the new
Cloth we are showing in this
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Real Knitted Knit Ties
See the new patterns

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TINKER & COMPANY
CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS AND HATS
So. State St. at William St.
Dress Suits and Silk Top Hats
for Rental

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I ou have not visited our Millinery farlors it will pay you to do so,
STEPHENS & PERSHING
*18 PACKARD Near State PHONE 1028-W
Did our team win? Don't ask ques- Michigan Daily advertising is

It looks as though professors of 'certain courses,
will have to hang out the S. R. O. sign.
Get, your Un ©n button and wear it.

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