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R .......... BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL
ditor.... .. ........H -ugh NV. Hitchcock
.E. P. Lovejoy, Jr.
G P. Overton
nery, L. A, Kern, S. T. Beach, E. R,. Meiss
T. S. Sargent, T. H. Adams
.E Z, AMeiss
idney 1. Coates
Lowell S. Kerr
11. I. Howlett
Ben H. Lee, Jr.
ER ............. VERNON F. HILLERY
.F. M. Heath, A. J. Parker
.Nathan W. Robertson
John J. lIamels, Jr.
. Herold C. Hunt
[eidbreder Tyler Stevens,
L. B. Parks
ficulties, and the boarding house keepers are going
to find a noticable hesitation on the part of their
boarders to pay the prices now asked.
It was a similar attitude on the part of the peo-
ple of the United States which brought about the
rapid decline in the price of clothing. Unquestion-
ably' this natural tendency by the students to avoid
those houses that have not complied to a fair re-
duction in the price of board, will ultimately cause
this reduction to be made, and the factor of com-
petition so long lacking in the boarding situation at
Ann Arbor will play a more prominent part than
it has in many years.
OUR NEW FACULTY MEMBERS
Grand buildings and a beautiful campus do not
in themselves make a university. It is a faculty
composed of men who are in every way equipped
to assume the serious and important task of mold-
ing students from a more or less raw and undevel-
oped stage, into the finished, prepared-too-face- the-
world products, which is the most valuable asset
of which any university can boast. This year
Michigan has many new names on its faculty ros-
ter, men who come here from other institutions of
education, many of which are recognized as rank-
ing among the great universities and colleges of this
Every department of the University will be favor-
ably affected by this change in personnel. Profs.
. James H. Hanford, formerly of the University of
North Carolina, and Oscar J. Campbell, of the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, both educators of national
reputation, will occupy chairs in the English de-
partmeht. Lieut.-Col. Harry W. Miller, author of
several books dealing with technical problems in ar-
tillery service, and an authority on military engi-
neering, is the new head of the department of de-
scriptive geometry and drawing, while the course in
English history will be in charge of Prof. A. B.
White, prominent historian, of the University of
Minnesota, than whom go more capable man could
be secured to replace Prof. Edward R. Turner.
These names are not mentioned for the purpose
of selecting the best or the most capable on the
list, but rather to indicate the type and calibre of
the men whom the University has been so fortu-
nate to have on its faculty. Michigan is indeed to
be congratulated on having been able to add to its
personnel these men, all of whom promise well to
share in the upbuilding of what President Burton
was pleased to term "The Greater Michigan".
With the businesslike six-window tuition system
permanently installed at the gym we may never
again see the happy days of a morning's lokstep-
ping to the University exchequer.
The field for inventors will never be exhausted
until some one comes out with a multigraph espe-
cially designed for filling out those registration bil-
"Buck Charges Auto ; Both Are Damaged" reads
headline. A case where passing the buck would
have been better for all concerned.
The Netvcmer's Lament
I came to this place
In an awful disgrace,
They call it the Ann Arbor train,
The wind blew it along
But we struck a dead calm,
And I'm wondering just what's in a name.
Then I saw a blue suit
And a newly shined boot,
And a face that was red as a flame;
On the corner all day,
A policeman they say,
And I'm wondering just what's in a name.
But I get my own share,
For I see people stare,
And I ponder just what is their game ;
They exclaim, "Can that be
. A real human we see,"
And they wonder just what's in a name.
This talk about going back to the old-fashioned
complicated way of spelling words may be all right,
but to put another S on the end of "needles" is
D1ETROIT UNITED LINES
Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard 'r'ime)
DeVoit Limited and Express Cars--6.as a.
in., 7:o5 a. in., S:io a. in. and hourly to 910
Jackson Express Cars (local stops of Ann
Arbor), 9 48 a. in. and every two hours to
9:48 p. in.
Local Cars East Bound- a am., 7:00 a,
mn. and every two houirs, to 9 :00 p. in., i r :00
p. n. To Ypsilanti only- ti :,p p, in., 12.25
a. in., r :esa.aim.
To Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars 'West Bound1(-7:5o a.'Tfm., 2:40 p.
with Roll Lapel
In., z :4s8, -2.:4 . 4:48
M T 1' T
5i 6 7 8
12 IS 14 15,
19 20 21 22
26 27 28 29,
Both ends of the diagonal )walk
A complete line of textbooks and ~sfo al cleg s tb th t rs
fo alcolge a ot toe
to secure information concerning news
ly should see the night editor, who has
be printed that night.
NOTICE TO MEN.
We do all kinds of hIgh-class Hst
work at pre-war prices. Hats turned
inside out, with all new trimmings,
are as good as new.
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 PAC KAM STREET
*S Obuys a brand
portable t y~
writer. Other makes
at attractive prices.
See us before you buy.(
SPECIAL to STUDENTS
A ..student without a typewriter is
badly handicapped' these days when
most college work must be typed to
bring .the best marks.
For as little as $5.00 a month you
can now purchase a high grade
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# A 1
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1921
Night Editor-PAUL WATZEL
zill be a meeting of the editorial staff and
af The Daily at 5 o'clock this afternoon.
[NTO THE HARNESS AGAIN
energetic human being an excessive dose
ced idleness can become as tedious as too
ork;. Even the "easy life" can pale, after
rved its recreative purpose. With the col-
n. - supposedly of a picked percent- of
nericans - too much leisure should give
sharp reaction taking the form of a strong
to really accomplish things again.
ently sluch is actually the case among those
the walls of Michigan this fall. Reports
sides indicate that for a majority of us last
was joless and a period of protracted
Not a few. are returning with a good
npu lse to "knock their courses for a goal"
of us are determined to do our share to
is year memorable athletically. The em-
t situation has proven a double-acting spur
tecomplishrment at college by giving a com-
t and emphasizing the old truth that well-
er graduation is very closely related to the
a man has secured for himself while at
; impulse toward real work is made use of
Llest fextent in all departments of Univer-
vities, 1921-22 will indeed be a big year for
danger is that our good resolutions may be
>efore the spirit is applied to daily routine
gs results. The antitoxin consists of snap-
> the harness right now.
THE FOOD SITUATION
Le price of board been reduced proportion-
the decline that has taken place in farm
? -That is the question which is being
r practically every student in the Univer-
it is a question of vital importance not
:he individual student but to the University
ibtedly the greatest single expense a stu
s is the money spent for board and to a
imber of students it 'is this factor upon
heir attendance at the University depends.
a survey of the prices now charged by the
boarding houses it has been found some
duction has been made in the price of board
year ago when the price of board was at
in the face of a, rapidly declining market.
found ;boarding houses that charged $8.0o
for three meals now charge $8,$7.50now
55o to $7.50 and proportionally according
Llity of food served.
hese reductionseare insignificant when com-
the marked decline that has taken place in
e of food and labor must be evident to
e. Last year when asked the reason for
lure to reduce the price of board the ex-
; given by the proprietors that large stocks
ed goods had been bought at high prices
as necessary to use these before any reduc-
[d be made. Now when that situation has
it is found only meager reductions have
de and the price the students are being
for board is still too high.
gthe past two years money has been par-
plentiful and high prices have been paid
[e hesitation. Ths year marks an entirely
atitude on the part of the students, To
WILL BE WORN
Our complete showing of imported
tweeds is certain to contain suitings
which will please you.
Furnishings for Men
608 EAST LIBERTY
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WbiteSwanLaundry Co. Ltd.
For Service and Quality
We wash in soft water, dark socks, sew on buttons, and
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201-205 Catherine Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Quoth Eppie Taff:
Here lies the last of Witiam Kast,
His will was never signed;
He crossed in 'front of something
That he should have crossed behind.
I don't know, who's yours?
Our 4 test Song entitled:
"Silk Stockings Cover a Multitude of Shins."
"I'm well bred," said the loaf,
"You may think it's amazin' ;"
"No, it's not," said the yeast,
"It just shows your good raisin',"
At Lower Prices
What would you think of a man who wears his
silk hat only on Saturday and Sunday ?
Dr. Torn Lovell.
Esteemed Doctor-We should say that he wears
his hat over the weak end.
WACNER & COM
STATE STREET AT LI
Farnous Closing Lines
breast," he remarked a