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ING EDITOR .............LEO j. HERSHDORFER
tor... .. ..........................Jaes B. Youg
>ward A. Donahue Julian E. Mack
Editor ...................Dorothy Bennetts
Board...........Herbert S. Case, Elizabeth Nylund
Editor..............-----.. . ....-..Donald Coney
is no need to force one's own standards on every
one else. The present manner of dancing,\.the short
skirts which are growing longer to the dissatisfac-
tion of manyjare not an expression of wickedness
or of imbecility as the prejudiced Prudy Prim at-
tempts to force us to believe. The modern girl is
iot to be judged by outward standards of the past,
any more than health is judged by one's capacity fors
eating. These people of fossilized ideas might at
least make themselves more agreeable to those with
whom they must live by attempting to see things
from another's view point, and by reserving their
opinions on a few occasions.
.h1'....-A 1 A3J% '4 LJ.~La I-
Ii For11 Your Summel Reading
For Your Summer Reading
C. R. Trotter
This old country of ours must have a lot of lives.
A few of the things that have killed it in the past
year have been bobbed hair, short skirts, modern
dancing, cigarets, strikes, rouge, and prohibition.
And now a southern revivalist says "Jazz is going to
kill the country." Maybe there is nothing to the old'
prophesy that the world will be consumed by fire.
A man in a bathing suit may give the impression
that he is a tower of strength, that he could conl
quer the world, and he doesn't need any brains to at-
tract the girls. But we wonder what he does in
the winter time.
Uncle JohnnyShell, of Greasy Creek, Ky., is dead,
at the age of 134. ITe was believed to be the only
man in the country who could remember the last
time when landladies reduced rents.
A war on rasberry pests is being planned by state
of icials. Why not give them the razzberry?
According to Dr. Peterson, if. you would cure a
cancer, you must cut as fast as you can, sir.
Son's and daughter's summer schooling is half
done, and so is father's check book.
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T THE FRYING PAN:
"-a flash in the Pan."
"Dean Effinger has left for a vacation in the
Adirondacks."-Our Own Daily.
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and xpress>Cars.,6:oo
a. m., 7:oo a. m., 8:oo a. n., o:oo a.-m. and
hourly to 9:05 p. m.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops of Ann
Arbor)-9 :47 a. mn. 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 g :o. p.
"1 :oo p. m. 'o Ypsilanti on ly-r1 :4o, p. in.,
12:25 a. in., 1 : r5 a. mn.
To Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars, West Bound-7:So a. m., 2:40
To Jackson and Kalamazoo-Limited cars:
8 :47s 10:47, a. m.; 12 :47, 2:.47, 4:47 P. Mi.
To Jackson and Lansing-Limited: 8:47
1922 J1LY 1922
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PANAMA AND STRAW HATS
CLEANED THE RIGHT -WAY
Prices for cleaning Panamas $1.25 np.i
Prices for stiff straws.......75 up.
We do only high class work.
FACTORY ,HAT STORE
617 PACKARD STREET
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H I "T Z
328 South Main Street
Tnn~u rhe Attra ive White
SHOOT THE CHUTESf
Groome s Bathing Beach
Free Picnic Grove
Lunches. at "Van's"
SS MANAGER................ EROLD C. HUNT
............ George W. Rockwood
I............. Laurence 11. Vavrot
yn.... ................. .........Edward F. Conlin
iilip H. Goldsmith
Katherine t. Styer
B. Watson Shoesmiiith
SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1922
Night Editor-JULIAN ELLIS MACK
Assistant--R. C. Trotter
CONCERNING ROOMMATES ,
ommates are awfully handy things to have
nd. There are a (thousand and one different
that they can be put to. A roommate is the
person you get to know well. ''oo well, you
Maybe. Of course they have their drawbacks,
as a rule their advantages outweigh their dis-
intages. You can always lend or give them things
once in awhile they will do the same for you,
in either case the contented miid that thedon-
s in is f ull recompense fvr the good' deed. -It
lly has to be.
onsider for instance a boy's roommate. They
usually of a very considerate nature. They will
the toothpaste, the tonic, the shaving cream, the
iantine, and a thousand and one little miscellan-
articles that are indispensible to the comfort of
family. One never should hesitate at: using his
nmate's toothpaste, for it is perfectly sanitary."
there is a certain satisfaction experienced i4 us-
someone else's things. It makes for a more
[ly feeling, especially on the part of the user.
roommate usually has 'a few shirts that are just
thing for a Friday night, and if you get in
ire he does he never insists that you take off
dressing gown or slippers. It is awfully con-
ent to have someone to go down after midnight
get the bottle of coffee and airdales. Et cetera.
nd now consider the many fine points of a
s roommate. Always sweet, kindly, obliging,
.plaisant, accommodating, affable, deferential,
yielding. There she is in a nut shell. A girl
Ad die without a roommate, A girl's mind could
bear the strain of not having some one near her
qlk to, to pour out her sorrows to, to ease the
ty cruel cords that bind her very soul, and to
i out the light at night after she is through,
ling. No, a girl needs little money at a co-educa-
al institution. Girls, like cub bears, never fight
i each other. What may seem to be a .fray to
outsider is nothing of the sort, but. just the girls'
of showing their appreciation of each other's
ibutes and girls are very appreciative.
o, you see, even from this brief discussion, that
>omrmate is almost indispensible. It would be,
:h more expensive and inconvenient without
N. W. Corner Main and Huron St
707 N. University Ave.
303 SO. DIVISION
$6.00 for THREE MEALS $5.50 for TWO MEALS
Have your seven o'clocks and come to Breakfast afterwards.
Breakfast 7:30 to 8:30 Lunch 12 to 1 Dinner 5:30 to 6:30
Mrs F. Dailey
The Dean has fled
The campus scene.
The Dean is fed
Up on school routine,
And solar rays.
Shade he seeks;
Far from the stack
Of student freaks
That clog his gaze.
BRING YOUR IDEAS TO THE .
ANN ARBOR GUSTO
We will make use of them and the best
leather to make your shoes. Bring yor
repairs to our factory at 534 FOREST
Now is the ripe
Time to rebel-
We'll go, by Cripe !
To Merry Hell
These deanless days !
The Health service prize of ten magnums of rag-
weed serum has been awarded today to the brilliant
nut who asked if there would be educational movies
at the Summer Spotlight.
You can eat at the
with a minimum
of time.- It's ad-
(in Nickels Ar-
cade) close to the
center of your ac-
Upstairs in Nickels Ar ca de
0 'KANE &I
I Semi-'Annual Cli
All high and' low shoes (
women's) on sale
,Values up to
O H E P
Come in and let us f
SMen 33 a SOUTH Mi
including men's and
at one price.
R C E
"I haven't seen Mary lately."
"Didn't you know? She's in the
two broken ribs."
"Yes, she went up the river with
rough football men."
one of those
it you by X-Ray..
In Juarez, Mexico, (that small, explosive coun-
try to the south of Ann Arbor)' the.children form-
ed a mob to demand the opening of the public
Aha, too much enforced labor in the family tamale
patch du-ing vacation!
For three days
We have preserved a discreet silence
About this thing.
But it is growing on us-
We don't think
We can stand it any longer. /
When celluloid collars were exploding in the heat,
The Detroit News ran a head that said:
"City Feels Pinch of Coal Shortage."
"Oh, dear," wailed the fretful summer sessionist,
"I wish I had some body to write to besides my
"My boy, you should have arranged that before
the last term stopped."
He's So Dumb He Thinks That:
Improper fractions will be banned by the blue
The Mann act is a male quartet.
"Rolling your own" still refers to cigarettes.
People who wear knickers play golf.
This is reputed to be a storekeeper's defnition of
the Summer session student:
.One who comes to Ann Arbor with one shirt
and one dollar bill and never changes either.
TO THE GIRLS
fe among a large number of people, like sun-
brings out flaws which because of their prox-
irritate in companionship with people of var-
standards and ideas. One of the most irritating
at of, noisy intolerance -of peoples actions.
ien are probably more critical of one another
are the men, for it is a rare case when one
sets out tt reform his companions by sarcastic
rks and insinuations. Occasionally, some per-
s found who cannot desist from harping on
ollies of the girls of the present day. These
iduals continuously sit in judgment of their
vs much to the discomfort of those about them
cannot entirely disown the so called flapper.
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About taking out a wind-
storm insurance policy.
Do it before a wind comes
along so you will have no
pre vented-financial loss
and mental worry can.-
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