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of their purchases. But only resident stock mem-
bers will be entitled to a dividend, this to be not
over six per cent and naturally to be paid "if and
It should be clear that the members of the faculty
who are serving on the committee which drew up
these plans, as well as any others interested, are
supporting the co-op idea entirely in an unofficial
capacity. The Forum is not an organizing body in
itself, and the University obviously cannot afford
to go in for business ventures of this kind. Still,
this dual fact should have no final influence on the
ultimate success or failure of the enterprise. The
co-operative store plan will go through if it is given
the proper support from campus and town.
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EDITOR..........BREWSTER P. CAMPB$L4
............ ................Joseph A. Bernstein
...................................James B. Young
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TOIURSDAY, MAY 11, 1922
Night Editor-DELBERT CLARK
Assistants-,j. P. Dawson
H. D. Hoey
ANTED: A BREATHING SPELL -
incement that examinations will begin on
yJune 3, because of this year's early Con-
ent, carries no pleasant tone for the stu-
o happens to have a series of Friday classes
weekly schedule. .With laboratory periods
until late on that day, some unfortunate is
find himself with but one evening in which
re for a nine o'clock examination on Satur-
Mtention in thus altering the original pro-
as good, but .a change in the examination
glone is hardly suffioient. What actually
l done is not to shorten the school year, but
o cut down the time allowed between the
missal from classes and the beginning of
['he reduction is being made at the students'
iot follow up this one change in schedule by
ndingly reducing the regular school pro-
lven the honor student needs some time in
a review his semester's work in any dne
Change the examination schedule if you
t at least give the perspiring undergraduate
to regain his equilibrium.
CTICAL WORK 4N THE CO-OP
r evidence that the co-operative store plan
rg rapidly, in proportion to the earnestness
ipport accorded it by members of the Uni-
aculty, has come to light with the announce-
t a meeting will be held at 4:30 o'clock this
a in the Union, at which assembly all stu-
terested, together with representatives of
us organizations, are asked to be present.
nities and sororities are especially urged to
nbers to the meeting, as stock may be taken
Ich as a body, if desired, instead of by the
individually. Now that the sub-commit-
e University Forum has completed its work.
igation and plan-making, the campus is to
>wn enthusiasm tested.
st constructive steps toward working out a
m for use at Michigan were taken months
Rothe investigating committee of the Uni-
'orum. That committee made its report
ening of January 20, in the form of a sum-
co-op plans elsewhere. The Forum then
1, and immediately met again informally,
inted the present committee, this time un-
to continue the work and to draw up ten-
rs for org inization.
port of the second committee -was made
tly, and included;a complete outline for
ization of a co-operative store in Ann Ar-
t plan calls for a capitalization of $25,000,
* stock and deposit members, the deposit
ip being gained merely through the pay-
1. two dollar fee. Both classes of mem-
have an equal vote in the organization;
receive a perentage of the net earnings
SCENTS OF SPRINGt
The gradual arrival of warmer weather serves as
a reminder that ventilation conditions in Univer-
sity buildings are not all that they might be. While
most of the newer buildings on the campus are ade-
quately ventilated this does not hold true of those
of long standing. Especially is there a dearth of
wholesome air noticeable in the basements of Tap-
pan hall and the Economics building and in the
auditorium of Newberry hall.
Neither of the basements are equipped with large
windows or any other suitable means of ventilation-
and, consequently, on a warm day both the in-
structor and students, who by dint of circumstances
are quartered in them, are, forced to carry on their
work under difficulties. The auditorium of New-
berry hall, which has only thisear been appropri-
ated for class room purposes, was never properly
heated during the winter, and' because of a lack of
properly placed windows is not even suitable for'
holding classes at this time of year.
The installation of some system of ceiling ven-
tilation in both ofthe basements as well as in New-
berry hall would alleviate such conditions and make
it less irksome for those who are compelled to
spend an hour a day in one or more of these places.
The results would well, warrant what little time and
money might be expended.
SUMMER JOBS, SOME'R JOBLESS
Wise indeed is the student who recognizes that
his employment in the summer time is a vital part
of his practical' qucation,. and who is far sighted
enough to arrange for the kind of employment best
suited to him, while such employment is available.
With summer employment, we have simply an-
other illustration of the "early bird" idea, and the
student who trusts to luck to find a desirable job
at the last minute is more than likely to meet with
reverses, especially in times like the present, when -
prosperity is of a doubtful quantity. A summer
spent at the kind of work one likes is profitable
educationally as well as financially. A "pick-up"
job may be unhealthful, unprofitable and deleterious
in other ways. It well behooves the student who
expects to work this summer to look over the field
of propositions at his earliest opportunity.
How's for keepin' off the grass now that it's all
brushed and combed so pretty?
Students having lecture courses in Room B of
the law building might better be able to listen to
their professors if the young legal exponents of
the University would cease holding court sessions
directly outside its open windows.
Don't forget, Senior, that every day is Cane day
from now until Commencement.
i e TeescOpe
DETROIT UNITED LINES
An* Arbor and Jackson
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Detroit Limited and Express Cars =- 6:.o
a. m., 7:so a. in,, 8:+o a. a., 9:o* a. sta. and
hourly to g:eS p. ta.
Jackson Express Cars (local steps of An
Arbor), 9:4 a. W. and every two hoars to
!:47 P, u.
Local Cars Est B.und--s :j a.m., 7:.. a.
ta. and every two hour. to ,:so . aL, 11.00
P. . ,TO Ypsilanti ol--xi :4e W. a.=a :a5
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Tosaline, change at Ye i.
Local Cars West Boad-7 :ue a. L., s:40
To Jackson and Kalamaoo-Inted ears:
8:47, 10 :47, a. in,, 12:47, 2.47. 4:4 7.
To Jacksansad Lansing - ILimied: 8:47
1922 MAY 1922
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HATS - SPRING - HATS
Reblocked at greatly reduced prices.
Turned Inside out, with all new trim-
mings they are as good as new. High
class work only.
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 PACKARD STREET
ALL HOME COOKING!
Regular Meals - Lunches at all Hours
At ALBAN'S LUNCH
911 NORTH UNIVERSITY
Get Dainty Picnic Lunches. Buy Our Fruits, Candies,
Gum; Vernor's Ginger Ale and Connor's Ice Cream-
By Dish or Bulk.
Milk:-The best there is. Pints 6c, Quarts 1'1 c.N
Bread:--The Staff of Life. Only:........13c
But--!!! Try the Famous Waffle. It Gives
THREE OR FOUR GOOD CANOES
Possession to be given not later than JUNE 10.
I WISH TO BUY
713 East University Ave.
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and Movie Chatsx
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ABOUT HAT CLEANING
NOTICE: - To correct any imnression to the
contrary, we wish to inform our patrons, and the
public, that we have no Hat Cleaning Agencies in
the City anywhere; and that we do not make a bus-
iness of calling for and delivering hats. There are
no hatters, doing high class work, in Detroit, or any
other city, who call for and deliver hats. The nature
of hat work is such that it necessitates the pres-
ence of the customer to select the style. We are
the only hatters in Ann Arbor who are not mixed
up in the shoe shining business. We are not shoe
shiners, and no first-class hatters anywhere are,
We know our business, and do work at as low a
price as any first-class hatters in the country. If
you have a good hat that needs cleaning, take it to
a good 'place, and have it cleaned in a sanitary way.
We do all kinds of Straw and Panama hats like new.,
The dirt is removed, and the hat made clean and
properly bleached; instead of the dirt being covered
up with a lot of paste and the hat ruined with acids.
Please get your hats in early, so they will be ready
when you want them.
Organized in 1863
3 d% paid can
Oldest National Bank in Michigan
FACTORY HAT STORE,
617 Packard St.
A Tough Break
I met her in a restaurant,
She surely was a prize;
There was sunshine in her laughter,
And love light in her eyes.
Soon I fell for her sweet ways,
I thought she was sublime;
She seemed to hint that she would be,
My little bride sometime.
It was a wondrous evening,
I called her on the phone;
"No," said'the man who answered it,
"My wife is not at home."
Quang Tung Lo.
613 E. Liberty
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SHOWS AT 2:00, 3:45, 7:00, 8:45
Murphy and Walker
"Wht LveWill Do"
The removal of the crane from the Clements li-
brary is certainly becoming a serious problem. The
structural work is nearing completion, and it will
not be long before some method will have to be used
in order to get it out. A suggestion has been made
to borrow a lathe from the Engineering building,
and then turn it out. Another contributor thinks
that we should get Jack Dempsey to knock it out,
but we are afraid this method would not meet with
the crane's approval.
We Don't Believe It
"My God, I've lost it!" exclaimed a stude as he
departed from his boarding house,
"Lost what ?" cried another.
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One to Think Over
Would you call it lynching to hang a picture?
YOU ARE JUDGED
by the kind of letters you write,
and the paper you write them
on. Hence, t behooves you to
buy your stationery here and
thus be assured of the quality
of your writing papers. Wekeep
a full line of such well known
makes as Hampshire, Crane's,
Hurd's, and others. Die em-
bossed- Michigan, fraternity, so-
rority and college stationery
carried in stock. Special orders
for engraving and embossing
solicited. Order your visiting
0. D. MORRILL
17 MKELS ARCADE
Typewriter & Stationery Store
Bob and Bill
THIStCOUPON AND 10c
Will admit one adult or this Coupon and Sc
will admit one child to
THE BIG SPECIAL SHOW
ORPHEUM, Wed.-Thur., May 10.11
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