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of American living certain manners and methods
of selection have grown up and have become so
firmly rooted that their endurance is assured. And
the rest of' us must attempt to adjust ourselves to
the rules of the game.
ONE KIND OF INEFFICIENCY
What is\he use of preparing a lesson that is to
be learned and then to be forgotten as quickly as
possible by the student? Yet a lot of studying is
done with that object in view. A lot has been said
about the chief purpose of college being to train a
man 'to think, while the relative importance of the
details and the knowledge which he is given an
opportunity to assimilate, is lost sight of in this
instance. But if such is the case, what is the use
of spending four years worrying about details and
facts of science unless they are to be of some use
to the student? The "Nation" criticises the college
man of this country in this respect:
"American college students have been so well
taught to look upon knowledeg as a thing that is
to be measured off in sections, like joint worms
and sugar cane that not a few of our undergradu-
ates resent being expected as seniors to know what
they took ais freshmen. The honors degrees . at
Columbia college have . shown the very definite
benefits which come requiring a student to work up
some field of knowledge competently while at col-
lege and to show his maturity and power before he
leaves."-Purdue Exponent.
Now Wood has put his foot into it with the Labor
party. Just when they are advocating the election
of their friends he comes out with a clause in his
platform for "an honest day's work" for an hon-.
est day's pay.

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The Telescope
- Epitaph
He wanted to milk the spotted cow,
One starry night in June,
His manly form and classic brow
Are posted' on the moon.
This One Won First Prize in the Humor Contest
of the Undertakers' Peview
"Tough on Joe, wasn't it? Hhe slipped on a,
polished floor while dancing and killed himself."
"Sorta hardwood finish, eh."

DETROIT UNITED LINES
(Oct. s6,' iri)
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars--:o a,
. and hourly to 9:io p. m.
Jackson Limited and -Epress Cars -S:48
a. mn., and every hour to 9:48 p. tn.-(Ex
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:og "ain., g9:9, a.
m. and every two hours to g:os p.M., 10:50
p. m. To Ypsilanti only, t : p. in., r
a. m., and to Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Ypsilanti.
Local Cats West Bound-7:48 a. . and
a:20 a. M.
CommzcationsI
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
I wish to add just a word of quali-
fication to the editorial in The Daily
of Feb. 28, based on an interview with
me, in ,regard to a student co-opera-
tive store. In the statement concern-
ing advantages in economical buying
of a single store over several inde-
pendent stores, the implication seems
to be made that the estalilishcent of
a co-operative store would 'eliminate
all other stores handling student sup-
plies. I do not think this would re-
sult, and I do not think it would be
desirable if it could be brought about.
It seems to me that a student co-
operative store should start as a small
institution and hold fast to a con-
servative business policy. To enter
upon a policy of "cut-throat" compe-
tition would be unwise and quite pos-
sibly disastrous. Its purpose should
always be to serve the student, not to
attack other institutions which in
their own way are doing the same
thing.
With the exception of this point I
endorse the statements of the editor-
ial PROF. C. E. GRIFFIN.
Barbers Get Raise
Cincinnati, O., Feb. 28.--Under an
agreement between master barbers
and the union, barbers wages in Cin-
cinnati will be increased March 1
from $17 a week- and 60 pei cent on
receipts over $25, to $20 a week and
60 per cent on revenue over $25.
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"Any act of memory, whether conscious
or unconscious, is a mental picture"
THINK THIS OVER -- TEST IT OUT
The purpose of the zo txercises in the new booklet "MEMORY
and CONCENTRATION" is to so stimulate and train this mental
faculty that it may be used at will. These Exercises do not obstruct
other study; they aid it. The few minutes of diversion is re-
creative; the mental process is clarified and stimulated for the real
duty of the day.
It begins with kindergarten work in mental.picturing.
All highly cultured minds know somethi g of the utility of this
mental picturing. It trains the' mind to perfect concentration, and
to remember. It will aid you in your work.

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VIVERSITY
OOKSTORES

At Al book stands-60cI
By mail with individual instruction-41

The Educational Courses,
Box g8. Ann Arbor.

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You Tell 'Em, Bo, I Stutter
"Are you"going to the Rejestic tonight?"
"Has the management raised the prices for this
'attraction extraordinary?"
"No, I don't believe it has."
"Well, 'm not going then. There must' be a
catch somewhere when they neglect to raise the.
prices in this town." A

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Dear Noah: -
Why are the people in the world spoken of as
the human race? T. B.
Because men and women, are always running
after each other.
Our Daily Novelette

THAT SPRING DANCE
--you are anticipating will require an evening dress and wrap.
We are offering a selection of gowns expressing the latest
artistry in color and line at an unusual reduction in price. We
have dashing models in dark cerise 'tulle, delicate creations in
Nile green, ivory or peach bloom satins; more severe styles in
black'satin and tulle. You may select from the most gay and
girlish to the most conservative and mature gowns.
AN EVENING CLOAK
-is the crowning glory of your gown. It brings out color
and finishes line. We have models in rose and orange panne
velvet rolling, at the neck, into luxurious collars of blackest
seal. The most extraordinary feature of these garments is

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It was the world old foolish lovers' quarrel--
both of them perhaps moved by that immutable
law which sometimes prompts us to wound the
le feelings of those we love best. Though her heart
it was sorely tried she could not bring, herself to make
s that little concession which she knew would bring
t him back to her.
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Morning Worship
10:30 A. M.
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'And he, on his part, though he loved, this girl
more than life itself, could not swallow his pride
and extend to her the olive branch. One word of
repentance on his part would open the flood gates
of that great love which he knew was stored up in'
her heart. Yet Foolish Pride, that barrier which
frequently besets the path of true love, bade him
keep his silence.
"And now.' she said .in, a tone which was cold
and harsh, "I have returned all of your presents
and I 9xpect you to do the. same. with any photo-
graphs or keepsakes you have of mine." He nodded
wearily; for the moment his heart was too full of'
poignant sorrow for speech. Silently taking out
his watch he opened the case and took therefrom
a single lock of golden hair. "Darling," he said,
in a wheedling tone, "can't I keep this as a sou-
venir?" "A souvenir?" she asked, touched by the.
sincerity of this humble request. "Yes," he mut-
tered brokenly, "as a souvenir of the time you used
to be a blonde," as he gazed at her lustrous head
of coal-black hair. 3. W. K.
In answer to this Newberry asked the court to
allow him $2,6oo for painting and carpenter work
which he claims he did on his wife's blouses. -
Philadelphia News.
And Then They Clinched
"I'll sell this dog for $xo."
"Is he intelligent?"
"Intelligent? He knows more than I do."
"All right, I'll give you $5 for him."
Famous Closing Lines
"The boy has a taste for the classics," said the
professor as he 'discovered his three-year-old son
chewing on a copy of "Paradise Lost."
NOAH COUNT.

"TH1IE EXTRA DAT"

6:30 P. M.
pecial Guild Meeting.

Courteous and satisfaeton ,
TREATMENT to every custom-'
or, whether the account be arge
or Oman
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, WO.00W.fW
Qesourees . ...... 00090%00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.

STUDENT'S LUNCH
409 E. JEFFERSON ST.
REAL Toast and Toasted Rolls.
Hot Chocolate Without Water.
Open Nights Until 11 P. M

Better Prices

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