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be expected It,may not become a perfect machine
next year or even the one after that. But it will
eventually, for the foundation has already been laid.
Nothing but patience, earnest effort, and co-opera-
tionr both between newspapers and between each
editor and his universty radio station, are now
needed to insure the project's final success.
WEEDING OUT BEFOREHAND
When President Marion L. Burton and others
use the expression "Greater Michigan" they have ir
mind only partly the factor of an ever-increasing
size in the student body. What is even more desir-
able to them, and to all those who are interested in
the University as well, is that Michgan shall become
greater in the quality of her °students. That the
output from Michigan in the form of graduates
shall increase in quality as well as quantity is the
end to be strived'after, rather than that her intake
of high] school graduates shall be indiscriminately

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the. right drection is seen in the fact
ts for admission to the literary college
r mpst be officially recommended grad-
xcredited high schools, and in addition
among. the highest one-third of their
rding to the registrar's office those
. the lower two-thirds of the graduat-
xe in the past almost invariably proven
the University. A change has also
a the units that must be presented fok
At least fifteen must be offered and of
1st be onesregularly scheduled 1for the
uirth years of the high school curricu-
rho enter with fewer than five advanced
required to pursue, throughout their
ar, a third ,continuation qr major high

DETROIT UNITED LINES
TIME TABLE
Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:oo
a. i., 7:00 a. m., 8:0oa.- ., 9:0o a. mn and
hourly to 9:05 p. m.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops of Ann
Arbor)-9:47 a. m. and every two hours to
9:47 p. .
Local Cars, East Bound-5 :55 a. in 7 :00
a. mn. and every two hours to 9 :0o p. mi.;
rr :oo p. mn. To Ypsilanti o}2y-11 :40 p. in.,
12:25 a. in., 1:15 a. mn.
To Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars, West Bound-7:so a. M., 2:40
P. in.
To Jackson and Kalamazoo-Limited cars:
8:47.10'47, a. in.; 12:47, 2:47 4:47P.in.
To Jackson and Lansing-(.imited : 8:47
p. in.

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FHI14I4RY

Anything that is done in the direction of raising
the scholastic standard at Michigan certainly de-
serves the commendation of all who havejMichi-
gan's good at heart. It is'obviously easier and more
efficient to prohibit incapable students from entering
the University, than to have to weed them out after
they hAve arrived.
SPRING AND VINALS
It is perhaps a peculiar irony of fate that at A
time when students are compelled to 'work their
hardest in preparation for final examinations, the
call of the great outdoors is most keenly felt. Dur-
ing these final weeks the student's power of resist-
ance-is tested to the limit. If he can down the
temptation to go canoeing or 'hiking or simply to
lounge around in the sunshine, and apply himself
to books instead, he can feel reasonably confident
that hewill be equal to the work which will con-
front him in later years.
Now is the student's opportunity to build up will
power, to learp how to resist attractive tempta-
tions. There should be a vacation time for every.
body. But a premature vacation is a costly thing,
no matter what one is "bolting" in its behalf.
Tonight's the sing that has been postponed so
much, Senior. There's plenty of room on the Li-
brary steps for all. Turn out and put enough
"stuff" into it so thatwe poor duffers who have to
sit over our books can hear you.
Did you ever notice in this warm weather that
the fellow who yells, "Coats", rarely should?

1922 MAY 1922
S K T W T ^F S
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28 29 80 31
BRING YOUR PANAMA AND STRAW
HATS IN NOW TO BE CLEANED.
Prices for cleaning Panmas $1.25 up.
Prices for cleaning stiff
straws ...... .... .76 up.
We do only high class work.
FACTORY NAT STORE'
617 PACKARD STREET
Telephone 1792
WANTED
Students to handle and sell during
summer vacation in the vicinity where
they reside; a fast selling necessity,
used by all owners of automobiles. The
article sells itself.
BIG PROFITS AND NO EXPENSE
Call at 1119 Packard Street, near Wells,
any day between 3 and 6:30 P. M.

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FIRST NATIONAL
BANK
Organized in 1863'
3% paid'on
ISavings Deposits
*OldestNAtionai Bank in Michigan
Sold by CALKINS-FLETCHER DrugCo ,
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Not Yet Discovered
It's a long long trail a winding
Into the land of our dreams,
And we've tried to take a short cut
But one can't be found, it seems.
A .FewA dditions
With regard to the, volume of rules thatshall gov-
ern our short story contest, we think it advisable
to add the following:
Words not found in a standard dictionary must
not be used.
The stories must be modern, and therefore those
dealing liquor, the fall of Babylon, and West Hall
will not be accepted.
Save the Surface -
A woman is like a ship. Sbe is beautiful when all
rigged up and ready to sail, but a sad sight when
out of commission and down for repairs.
-By Heck.

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gives cooler,
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ted at a suggestion
1921, has not pro-
rear. On the con-
so slow as at times
More than once,
feel that 'it was on
than once the com-
d ample reason for
receiving ie sup-
es, - that if the
te a workable real-
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:h side. have passed now, how-
tion of the rado service was
r to May, until it finally at-
hest point of development pos-
riod of one college year. This
le to the layman who under-
ing of the countless problems
Sinfinite amount of time and
it can achieve perfection. Con-
cs to their far-sightedness and
Srealized this fact apparently,
usiastcally to continue the ra-

Ordered Out
Mary had a little lamb,
A lobster and some prunes,
A glass of milk, a piece of pie,
And then some macaroons;
It made the naughty waiters grW
To see her order so;
And when they carried Mary out,
Her face was white as snow.
-Bony Part IV.

with a Gruen
Wristlet
If there is among your friends
one who is to become a grad-
uate this June, remember her
with a watch.
~4oii the dainty, beautiful
ru kWrstlets you will find,
at o~Qez.a~t ' cost, one which
will yul'r' retq the spirit of
your giving. DFAu'a a
fashioned by the craftslei-'
the Gruen. Guild, it is a time-
piece you can give with pride.
Whether your choice be an ex-
quisite creation or a wristlet in
green or white or yellow gold,
yei4 w~jj find it in our very com-
Sof Oruen Wristlets.
Haller& Fuller
STATE ST. JEWELERS

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