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Lxper ience.

even passports or an extra pair ofc
1 ~shoes, sawv Holland, Belgium, and
France bef'ore returning to Ann Arbor.
One of the trio made the entire tripE

out-of-door job he was richer by some
$300 for seven weeks' work. As hle
ex plains it, they worked overtime

Farm work, not being as popular as nate enough to have made the
during the wvar, did not draw the ac- abroad are besieged with request
customed~ crowd of enthusiasts, but detaiils aind how to "work up ad

61tud"Oent's

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(By Iten Sherw)OOd) missing much by not getting out and
"Well, young man, it will be differ*-I "at 'em." 'The university is the lab-:
aent when you get through school and oratory and the wide world the place
have to buck the world" is the well- to try out the results. Also it's a lot'
meant phrase of elderly advice that of fun to sever all ties and take a fling1
needs revision. It could be aptly at it.-
changed to "Are you going to do the Some students need money, really
same thing when you have finished have to have it to continue their''
college or are you doing it merely for studies, while others are fortunate in
the experience ?" having p~arents to send them through'
College men of today, and the stu- school; the former must needs be
dents of the University of Michigan cautious but the latter can revel in
mnay be taken as examples, are each casting aside propriety, saneness,
summer bounaing higher and highert sometimes respectability, and oftenj
out of the rut, out of the seventh pride, in making efforts to do the un-I
hecaven of academic life, they are see- usual.
ing the world 'and "what's in't." Three students from the Universityj
The summer resort type of vaca- last summer shipped as cadets on an
tioner is becoming a thing of the past. American Shipping Board vessel
The student is realizing that he is bound for Rotterdam, and without

from Detroit to Europe and back at
the cost of $25. He sold the skipperI
of the ship a life insurance ,policy.
A last year's freshman combined
forces with a Cornell student and!
"rode the hump" in one of the switch-
ing yards of the New York Central
railroad. In addition to reaping the'
physical benefits from an exhilarating

every day to make the pay envelopesI some calloused hands were displatyed
fatter. to skeptical friends in October.
'The field of journalismn was well, Office work and other ways of get-'
populated with men, and some women' ting business xrin. were among
from the benches of Professor, the reports sighed out when the Uni-i
lBrunmmzs class room. Papers in New versity opened.,Ya wre for the
York, Pontiac, Chicago, Port Huron,; old man," was heard as often as usual.
Saginaw, and various other cities were Already, with winter not even upon
graced by the editorial ef'forts of our! us, plans for next summer are being
ambitious "mill grinders."I feverishly vrorkedl up. Those fortu-

Students are writing to corporation
trying to line uip something for ne:
June. It isn't so much that college
palling on them but summer isi
place for college and the farther aw,-
the better.
And it all goes into the making
a more attractive memory book th;
will delight the participant and a
mines inyear to ome.1 0

t,.. -E ,. 1t..e J_[_c. "_:!1 Y.nirers in years'- tof come.~

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li anee winefully into the wrong flat.r
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