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.LEO J. HERSHDORFER
...James B. Young
hue Julian E. Mack
. ....... ............. orothiy Bennetta-
..Herbert S. Case, Elizabeth Iylund
. Donald Coney
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .G. D.' Eaton
C. R. Trotter
.HEROLD C. HUNT
...........Townsend H. Wolfe
.............George W. Rockwood
.. . . . . ......IL aurence 11. Favrot._
Edward F Conlin,
Katherine E. Styer -
B. Watson Shoesmiith
rLE TO DO?,
rg, yet it can be overdone.
ng place and about to take
it depend wholly upon the
r success, yet it is pitiable
call of these activities.
is giving a Summer Spot-
ent of those who are here
those in charge report that
o secure students who will
aber who have volunteered
yet the Spotlight is goifig
se of the tireless efforts.of
>r summer students is going
aan the fourteen who have
their desire to assist.
tlight and the tennis tourn-
t of the entire student body,
determined by the number
terest in them. Of course
mis, nor can everyone offer
of the Spotlight, but it is
e are more on the campus
he making of these events
unteered to do so.
at least it should be, but
.the one and only good to
on this campus. Contact,
be acquired merely through
hip, is nearly, if not equal-
he atmosphere for the ac-
can be found only in Uni-
lows that the members are looking out for the wel-
fare of the students, and enterprises undertaken
by them should receive the 'hearty support of the
A dozen books are said to 'be based on Robin-
son Crusoe's life, but we know professors who have
written more than that on one theory, and sold them
to their classes.
Bandits are reported to have held up four within
a half an hour inDetroit nt they have nothing
on those who reside on State street.
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THE FRYING PAN
'--a flash in the Pan." Ii
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THE DEMON RUBY OF JODFORE
(Author's note-All the time Ingomar Ten Brock
has been pilferin g Dr. Ventricle's bluebook cache
and outwitting Seargeant Jensen all the while Bel-
lini Rogers and Mrs. Plummett have been chasing
around with a ,kettle of custard and rum, all the
while the fog has been rolling and the clouds tear-
ing across-.the plangent sky, the reader has, no
-oubt, been wondering what has become o Salome
So have we!
She has been worrying us for some time. You
.knowwhat these women are. But now, under the
influerce of a plate of corned-beef hash and three
Havana Horribles, we have at last got her back
into the story.)r
Chapter V: Out of the Void
Salome, Veitricle opened her eyes and looked
around. She .was lying on what seemed to be a
divan placed .in what seemed to be a ship's cabin.
The ship seemed to be moving. On the cabin walls
were strange and barbaric ornaments, oriental
tapesteries, weird daggers, swords and such-like
cutlery. Her first thought was "s my nose shiny ?"
She sat up to look for a mirror. Before her, at a
low table, sat Kar Putt Singh. On either side of
him stood the figure of a man. One was a lean
Chinaman, the other a short rotund Malay with
a villainous scar acroqs his forehead.
"You see, Koh Tanpan Tz," said Singh, turning
to the Malay, "I never fail." He crumpled a paper
and held it in the flame of the lamp that stood at
.his elbow. "On this paper," he continued, "I have
successfully factored. Miss Ventricle out of the
fourth dimension," The Malay grunted; the China-
man blinked' impassively; Singh coughed modestly.
Salome finished powdering her nose. "Where
am I?" she asked turning to the villainous three.
Singh looked at the beautiful girl standing before
him, his thin lips curling in a mean smile.
"You are," he replied, "in the cabin of the 'Evil
Eye', the flagship of my fleet of junks on the Huron.
You will be quite safe if," he stroked his mutache,
"you will tell us the location of the great Jodhpore
The heart of Salome Ventricle leaped within her.
So, they had guessed she knew this secret! She
gave no outward sign of her inward perturbation.
They should never know.
Kar Putt Singh arose. "Girl,!" he said in a
voice that chilled her soul. to the. very marrow.
"Where is this ruby?"I
She flung back the auburn bobbedness of her
hair, and looked him straight in the eye-his good
eye. "Kar Putt Singh," she came back, "I know
your ways, your fiendish ways. But never, so long
as there is life in my body, shall I tell you what it
is you want to know !"
Singh, hardened devil though he was, was for the
moment beaten. He turned to the Chinaman at his
elbow. "Egg Foo Young," he said, "have Koh
Tanpan Tz call out the crew and throw her into the
hold."' At a great expense of life they did so. '
Salome lay in the dim, half-light of the hold of the
"Evil Eye." On the deck overhead she could hear.
'the padding feet of the native sailors as they went
about shortening sail and boxing the compass. The
junk was moving rapidly, half ahead, half sideways,
in the curious native fashion of a Chinese junk. .
At all costs she must escape. The ruby must be
saved from this dastardly crew. Besides she had
lost her powder-puff in the scuffle and she could
feel her nose getting shiny.
High above her in the side of the ship she could
see the faint light through a grated. port-hole. She
looked around for a means of climbing to it. There
were no means.; In the old times she might have
braided her hair into a rope and, throwing' it over a
girder, hauled herself up. But those days were
gone forever-or at least until her hair grew out,
and you don't see a woman of action, like Salome
Ventricle sitting in the hold of a pirate's junk wait-
ing for her hair to grow! . No sir!
But at last she managed to crawl up the side of
the hold with the aid of a corkscrew she always'
carried for old time's sake. At last she reached the
grating. She clutched it to swing it open. It was.
locked ! But here is a problem that balks no wom-
an. She snatched a hairpin from her coiffuire and
picked the lock.
The grating opened. She leaned out. It open-
ed over the water under the high stern of the junk.
Just as -.she was .about to leap into the Huron a
hand reached down and entangled itself in her hair!
She twisted -her head about and looked upward.
She was looking directly into the sinister slanting
optics of Egg Foo Young.
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(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express . Cars-6:oo
a. "., 7:oo a. mn., :oo a. m., *oo a. m. 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. m.
Local Cars, East Bound-5:55 a. m., 7:oo
a. m. and every two hours to 9:o® p. m.;
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To Saline,,change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars, west Bound-7:50 a. M., 2:40
To Jackson' and Kalamazoo-Limited cars:
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