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February 24, 1920 - Image 2

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The idea of having a school owned book store
is by no means a new one, .It has been tried out in
many colleges and has proven a great success. Case
is even better situated for installing such a store
than most schools. We have the large Case club
building where room could be found for such a
store. Freshman caps could also be sold at the
*sclfool book store at cost.
Each term, as the time for the purchasing of
ibooks rolls around, this need of a student book
store becomes more apparent. It is a thing which
would at once gain the hearty support of the stu-
dent body for it could effect a, visible saving for
every Case man. A student book store seems to
be the eventual solution ; why not now? - Ctse

Wants Second-Hand Copies of
"Dickenson Conteinporary


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The increase in velocity of the wind reported Fri-,
day in Ann Arbor was no doubt due to the sighs
of relief or despair issuing from sundry thousand
student throats on receipt of the semester grades.-
Villa declares United States owes him $20,ooo.--
Headline. Will Mr. Villa kindly come around and
collect. It will clear up definitely the vexing mys-
tery whether the Mexican gentleman is really dead
or alive.


. (Oct. 26, 1919)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Tirme)
Detroit "Limited and Express Cars-6 : o a.
in., and hourly to 9: ro pim.
Jackson Limited and Express Cara-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:o5 a. m., 9:o5 a.
m. and, every two hours to 9:05 p. m., 1o:50
. M. To Ypsilanti only, - :45 p. ., i :o
a. mn., and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bouad--7 :48 a. m. and
s2: 2 a: n.
Courteous and satisfactor,
TREATMEPNT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $550,000.00
Resources .........$4,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North Un versity Ave.

Text Books
New and
Second Hand
4 For All Departments
1'~ THE

Now'that the.marks have been mailed out,
get used to the second semester.




g news for any
has fl barge
:)WS: Jtoseph

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vote for



i. A college
ne duty that
hat of being
i upon by
ligible fool's
mighty good
the country
younger men
K. Jerome
to "rule the

Some More of the 2.75 Per Cent Variety
Detroit physician-It's possible that you drink too
much coffee.
Student (laughs in a hollow voice)-Bum guess,
Doc. I'm eating at an Ann Arbor boarding house.
Willie, at the mirror, f
Sucked the mercuryo ff,
Thinking in his childish error
.It would cure the whooping cough.
Willie's mother, at the funeral,.
Sadly turned to Mrs. Brown,,
"Twas a cold day for Willie,
When the mercury went down."
Where Ignorance Isn't Bliss
"I never felt so cheap in all my life."
"How's that.?
"I took girl to a show the other night and she
had to explain all the innuendoes to'me."
Dear Noah:-
What is meant by liquid music? Chopping.
I'm surprised that college students should dis-
play such profound ignorance of the fundamentals
of music. Anybody knows that liquid music is the
music got from a kettle drum.
She Ought to Have Swithed Him
"Is he tactless ?"
"Tactless? A girl came into the drug store
where he was working and asked for some hair
tonic. He gave -her the once over and then sold
her a bottle of Rough on Rats."
Yes, you're quite right, Clarice. A willowly girl
is a skinny girl that has lots of money.
Our Daily Novelette
.;The eager way in which he ran to meet the post-
man indicated clea ly that he was expecting a let-
ter. His wishwas gratified for I saw the postman
hand him a letter wlich he hurriedly tore open.
In his anxiety he dropped the little white enclos-
ure which it contained. Another student, I mused,
getting aid from home.
II r
As I went on my way I could not help thinking
of this incident. The fellow had all the appear- .
ances of a scholar. Doubtless here was a student
who appreciated the p'riceless boon of a higher ed-
ucation-a man who had a l6fty: conception of
the innumerable benefits to be derived from a col-
lege course which is pursued in the right manner.
I did not for a single instant doubt but that, any
money which his parents might send him would be
like the bread cast upon waters, "it would come
back to them a hundred-fold."
That night coming out on the ri :i.5 from De-
troit I heard a loud altercation, and on investiga-
tion I found the conductor in the act of ejecting
my studious friend because he could not pay his
face. I paid this for him and then addressed him
rather sternly. "Look here, you got your allow-
i.nce. this morning and yet.now I find-you broke.
What did you do with all your money?" "Why," he
replied with disarming frankness, "I spent $i6.oo
for a quart of booze and I lost $20.00 shooting
craps ." "But what did you do with the rest of your
money," I pursued. He knitted his ,'brows and
after a few moments of concentrated thinking he
shook his head dolefully, "I don't know; I guess
I must have spent the rest of it foolishly."
J. W. K.
Fa'mous Closing Lines
"Another doughnut," said the warden as they
brought in the man who had gone insane over fi-
nancial matters. NOAH COUN.T

Tu ttle's
Maynard St.

Nickels Arcade

Up the Stairs

Students' Dancing Classes
Classes to be held under the
direction of Mr. and Miss Moses
in the Arcade Dance Hall start,
Beginners........7 p. m.
Advanced.........8 p. m.
Exclusively for University
Men and Women.
For further particulars call

Hey Boy! Have You Tasted The Good
Food At The ARCADE?
Pure foods at low prices, prepared by experts.
Everything displayed on our forty-foot steam and
serving tables.
Select just what appeals to your own individual
Bakery goods fresh from our own ovens.
Delicious coffee with rich Jersey cream.
Kindness, courtesy, and good service prevail here.






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versity man
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Can you pick a good one
when you see it?
┬░Get right up there where Spur
Cigarettes are galloping in the lead.
Judge Spurs by that good o d to.-
bacco taste-American and Impoted
tobacco, blended in a new way.
Judge 'em by their good-breeding,
emphasized: by their smart package
of brown and silver.
They're crimped, not pasted So
they burn slower and draw easier.
Rolled in satiny, imported paper.
Something about that package and
that cigarette just naturally fills the
You know Spurs for winners the
minute the dealer trots 'em out.






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students are in-
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book stores do'
r can not be ex-
r business propo-
lucting his busi-
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college, some of
r to "make both
.ipport a private
the owner. Dur-
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