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RSITY
the Univer-

CIATED PRESS'
:ly entitled to the use for
dited to it or not otherwise
ws published therein.
Arbor, Michigan, as second

rd street..

ing Mr.'or Miss So-and-So of the School of Music;
but at the May Festival, which is the greatest mus-
ical event of the year, we have a right to demand
artists of the first rank. Music lovers from all
over the surrounding country come to attend the
Festival and these, together with the local patrons,
are certainly able to support high grade programs.
Then, again, there is the matter of variety. A
certain well-known and capable singer, who is to
apear' again this year, has been brought to Ann
Arbor almost regularly during the last few years.
While we do not presume to attack her ability as an
artist, we do feel justified in saying that Ann Arbor
has been surfeited with her singing.
The fact must be recognized that some of the
most desirable artists are not always obtainable
because of previous bookings. This difficulty,
however, might be overcome to a large extent by
greater initiative, persistency, and impecuniousness
on the part of the Festival management. As the
purpose of the Festival is that of education, it is
the duty of the authorities to see to it that the edu-
cational process is forwarded by the most efficient
means-first rate artists.

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Brewster Campbell
John 1.IDakin
Thornton Sart rC .
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.arguerite Clark
oseph A. Bernstein
Mark K. hibert
stants
soan Dorothy Monfort.
[ Riley Minnie Muskatt .
eber Anna McGurk
ice Winfred iethan
Angell .Samuel Laport
robleki" Robert D. Sage
Thotas 3. wtinery
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Grand A. Gaines, Mark B. Covell ,
.Henrywhiting
.......EdwardPrihe
.Curt P. Schneider, R. A. Sullivan
istants
ath ,% D. . Joyce.
unstader Robt. So.'merville
Arthur L. Glazer
Lfrmation concernig news for any
e night editor, who has full charge
ht.
veek are as follows: Joseph
night; George Brophy,
pbell, Wednesday; Thom-
y; Thornton Sargent, Jr.,
stein, Saturday.
BRUARY 28, 1920.
RS CO-OP STORE
ie of authority, has spoken
-operative store for Michi-
uch establishments at Dart-
well as a wide knowledge
1 and management, qualify
:he following words of
he Economics department:
an should lhave a co-opera-
ons: because it would save
cause it would eliminate
cagrying an oversupply of
y the present condition of
s,; and , because it would
:nts a feeling of responsi-
t the organization is their
e with the use of the co-
result, I hope, in extension
he business world by col-
tion. From the economic
ative idea is an excellent
would be feasible here,
tudents keep in mind this
must regard such an estab-
siness enterprise, and must
y for itself. If such stores
has been because this prin-
The students ;nust make
nanager is hired, who wil,
> the business of the store."
pared the two plans of co-
is acquainted. In the first,
the basis of amount pur-
sold at the prevailing mar-
entitle the purchaser to a
:ated intervals. The second
ing out profits in advance,
e estimated cost, which of
erably below market prices.
the first plan, as it is more
sure of paying expenses
ts.
d appoint a committee to
ition," is Professor Griffin's
portant part is to see that
on the right basis.""
)ING MAY FESTIVAL
uncement of the artists to
May Festival, musicians of

have rather generally mani-
of disappointment. They
.tertainment to. be furnished
andard, and, when one con-
case, their attitude appears

THIE I920 MEMORIAL.
The Memorial Committee of the Class of I920
will soon be making the selection of a gift to the
University which is annually given by the gradu-
ating class. In order that its choice may be as
nearly representativ'e as possible of the whole of
the Senior class, the committee bas requested that
individual members send in ideas, or suggestions
to The Daily. In this manner a fair consensus of
opinion should be obtained.
Perhaps there is no matter regarding which the
minds of students are as widely divergent as over
the selection of such a thing as a memorial. Some
people would immediately suggest the utilitatian-
endowing a scholarship, contributing to the Campus
Theater fund, et cetera. Others, with just as rad-
ical a view, maintain that if ever it is permissable
to digress into sentiment and suggestive beauty,
,that time is when choosing a thing that will live,'
forever as a token of one more epoch in the his-
tory of Michigan and the lives of her men. Then
comes the ultimate problem of choQsing a fitting
object whose price will not be out of the question,
entirely. ,
In wishing to gain student sentiment upon the
matter now, rather than causing complaint and re-
gret later on, the Memorial committee are advanc-
ing this .invitation with the best of motives an<d
with the interest of everyone at heart. And they
should be supported by all in their undertaking.
News dispatches have it that King Alfonso of'
Spain is to compete in the rifle and polo events
in the Olympic games this summer. Surely, de-
mocracy has made great strides in Europe.'
F ~ The..Telescope, '
My love's not like the red, red rose,
Her nose towards Heaven doth mount,
She's pigeon-toed and cross-eyed, too,
But, oh, her bank account.
y M. G. H.
What has become of the old fashioned man who
used to think that it was more important to learn
the steps than the holds in dancing?
A Bird of a Joke
Stude-Say, waiter, this doesn't taste any more
like coffee than Bevo does.
Fresh waiter-Is that so? I suppose some little
bird told you.
Stude-Yes, swallow.
The Brave School
The Seventh Street public school building of
Marcus Hook Fire Department is confined to his
bed with a 'heavy cold contracted while fighting
fire.-Philadelphia Record.

DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. 26, g99)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars--6:xo a.
ii., and 'hourly to 9:io p. m.:
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-8:48
a. mn., and every hour to 9:48 p. in. (4x-
presses make local stopstwest of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:oS a. 'm., g:oS a.
M. and every two hours to 9:o0 p. in., xo:so
. m. To Ypsilanti. only, ,i i:4gs p. rn.,1 :1o
a. ;m., and toSaline, change at Ypsilanti.
Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound--7:48 a. M. and
I:20 a. in.
ANN ARBOR CHOP SUEE
Excellent CHOP SUEY from
11:30 a. m. to midnight
Steks and Chops 814 . State
ENGINEERS GIVEN
S I X ARC LIGHTS
Six mercury vapor arc lights have
been presented to the illumination
section of the electrical engine.ering
department by the Cooper-Hewitt
company.:
One of these lights which are about
50 inches in length, has already been
installed in the shop room of the elec-
trical laboratory. This means of il1-
lumInation is particulary unique in
that they have an unusual degree of
low brightness.
This characteristic enables one to
look at the lights and immediately
focus the eyes on a nearby object.
Absence of glare, and consequent dis-
appearance of shadows is a second
feature seldom found with direct il-
lumination.
It has been demonstrated'that such
lighting is especially satisfactory for
drawing rooms, as fine work being
made more visible. Experiments will
be conducted to show their utility in
other parts of a building.
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Koch and Henne.-Adv.
The D Ily contains the latest Asso-
elated l$ess News.-Adv.

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So many of our male readers have written in
telling of the beneficial results obtained from even
two lessons of "How to be Witty tho' in Love"
that we have decided to extend the scope of the
course to include the members of the opposite
sex. From time to time Ye Editor will give advice
and helpful tips to young ladies in order that they
may meet their consorts on an equal plane.
TIPI
Always learn to say a good word for your girl
friends. For instance, when he calls and mentions
some other girl's name don't make the mistake of
bringing forth your padded hammer. Instead in a
velvety voice you confirm his previously expressed
good opinion of her and add, '"Yes, Mary is a won-
derful girl. And not only that but she has wonder-
ful ability for painting." This stamps you at once
as a generous hearted foul. Your caller will prob-
ably say, "Why, that's news to me. How did you
find it out?" And then leaning forward with your
luminous orbs bent full upon him you say in that
confidential, intimate tone which men find so pleas-
ing, "Why, I can seeit in her face."
This story contains that much sought after ele-
ment of surprise, and at once stamps you as dif-
ferent from the vast majority of girls who, accord-
ing to the Gargoyle and other funny papers, are
prone at times to be catty.

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world because of the work of its
tanners offine leather rather than
because of its long history.
In our country Rochester, with all
its splendid history, is known the
world over today as the home of
better quality clothes. In this lat-
ter-day achievement the name of
ADLER R9HESTER
stands foremost because of the high
quality garment that bears the
ADLER-ROCHESTER master mark.
ftz rlothing Store
ANN ARBOR.

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is up," said St. Vjtus as the orchestra
me, Sweet Home."
NOAH COUNT.

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