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THE SUMMER SESSION OF
'Y 01F MICHIGAN
cept Monday during the Summer
f Student Publications.
ASSOCIATED PRESS
sively entitled to he use f r te-
,hw credited to it or ob*"*
cal news publishd therean.
Ann Arbor, Liogsah . as second

so that the individual would find no en
situations in which he would not know A
or say in accordance with circumstances.

grassing
t to do

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For Your Summer
BOOK

ynard Street.

words, if signed, the signa-
but as an evidence of faith'
in The Sumnmer Daily at the
mailed to The Summer Daily
receive no consideration. No
writer incloses postage.
cessarily endorse the geoti-

EDITORIAL STAFF
Telephone 2414
R ............LEO J. HERSHDORFFR
.......................James B. Young
nahue Julian &. Mack
...........................Dovothy Bennet"
..........Herbert S. Case, Elizabeth Nylund
..............Donald Coney
...........................G. D. Eaton
Assistants
C. R. Trotter
Sidney Kripke
1USINESS STAFF
Telephone 960
ER ................HEROT{D C.HUNT
....................Townsend H. Wolfe
..............George W. Rockwood
.....................:..Laurence H. Favrot
..............Edward1F.,Conlin

S THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
If the 748 newspapers and magazines of Mich-
igan, with an average circulation of about Soo,
have used the word 'flapper" two times each within
the past year, the term has appeared before the
readers of the state 14,538 times. But could one of
the three and one-half million readers form an ac-
curate definition of the word?
It is always couched in a paragraph of warm or
lukewarm scandal, hung with quotation marks,
and in general intended to create a sensation of
patermal and moral resentment against violations of
conventionalities.
Webster, had he given it space, would have prob-
ably defined it as "One who flaps." But if as a
piece of slang it in any way connects the girl with
gbbreviated tresses and dresses with the family of
domestic fowls, there's some mistake, for people have
always thought of the rooster as the exponent of
flapping, crowing and other outward demonstra-
tions of superficial vanity and cocksureness.
"Flapper" is but another one of those meaning-
less misleads which are stumbling blocks to the
foreign students of English, and a space filled to the
prattle box editor.
If the weather man refuses to give us rain, there
are artifiicial means of keeping the campus from
looking like a' prairie. Where are all those sprinkl-
ers, Buildings and Grounds Department? Or aren't
you going to summer school?
A York, Pa., factory manufactured a billion
pretzels last year, which formed in a chain, would
have a length of 36,ooo miles. Who was it that
said the pretzel business would be ruined by the no-
beer act?
"There will be many young filks in Ann Arbor
Wednesday and Thursday."-Times News. Dja
ever see a filk ? Neither did we. Wonder if they're
dangerous when they're young?
e Have you, too, been keeping your eyes open for
stray snakes gliding about the campus?
Did someone say they were going to, regulate the
poor old campus clock?

DETROIT UNITEb LIMS,
TIME TABLE
Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6 :oo
a. mn., 7:00 a. in., 8 :oo a. mn., o :oo a. mn. and.
hourly to 9:o5 p. m.
Jackson xpress Cars (local stops of Ann
Arbor)- :47 a. m. and every two hours to
9:47 P. im.
Local Cars, Last Bound-s-:5 5a. im., 7:oo
a. m. and every two hours to 9:oo p. n.;
t t:oo p. m. To Ypsilanti only- t :40 p. m.,
12:-25 a. m.,, I: is a. mn.
To Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars, West Bouid-:so a. M., 2:4
p. M.
To Jackson and Kalamazoo--Limited cars:
8:47, 10 :47, a. m. 2 :47: 2:47. 4:47 P. im.
To Jackson anA Lansing-Li hited: 8:47
Ann Arbor
Savings Bank
Two Offices:
N. W. Corner Main and Huron St
707 N. University Ave.
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FAILINGS'

GRAHAM'S
Both Flores

Cool and Well Ventilated. H

714 Monroe Street, just
One block south c

from

BEST MEALS AT I
p

Bathing k
Camp Equip
at Lois Prices

Assistants

Katherine E. Styer
B. Watson Shoesmiith

Y, JULY 26, 1922
WARD A. DONAHUE
. Bernard Butler
) OTHER RADICALS
1 Madras, India, written by
ted States government serv
wing :. . . . "Then too I
:ame from Michigan rather
of him, for Michigan has a
here for fostering Hindu

A Bronze Seal
of the Unibersty
is the most fitting and permanent
insignia you can secure.
Our representative is booking
orders at 20%.off 1921-22 prices.
Place Your Order Now.
NATIONAL COLLEGE
EMBLEM COMPANY
DETROIT . . MICHIGAN

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TH EFRYING PAN
-a flash in the Pan."

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You may match the Pr'cS
can 't match the Suits

Does the Uni-
licals, or any
from India
not at all im-

If the summer students
Wop the profs
In the Ed. School
Baseball fight ;
Will the profs get peeved
At the ways received,
And flunk the studes for spite?

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WE ARE OFFERING IN THIS QUR.

indu, radicals.
prides herself on being a demo-.
id there is no other such institu-
that has as cosmopolitan a stu-
Michigan. The columns of the
e always open to student opin-
le past college year there were
ur radical communications from
'he University officials or stu-
comment upon these communica
ither express sympathy with nor
riewpoints taken by the authors
India is given no more privilegesj
the Chinaman, the Jap, the Mex-
the American or any other cit-
y-eight different countries whose
stitute Michigan's student body.
politan representation there are
all types, standards and peliefs
re radicals among them there is
be it from Michigan to foster
r type o£ radicalism. The belief
revalent in Madras is radically
LITTLE HARMONIZER?
improvements and conveniences
spend their entire time thinking
rement that might be o'ffered to
:here are few instruments which
the atrocious state which is so
d by all types and sorts of men
ng hitherto could make up for a
of fitngss in dress as in other
get-rich-quick dowager arrives
tne of the Parisian modiste's

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Our Own Daily said yesterday something about
Alumnae Memorial Hall. Please, ate the male grad-
uates of this used-to-be man's school allowed into
this Alumnae Hall?-
MONOPOLY'S CURSE-
or Starvation Rates in a College Town
Reel One.-The curtain goes up on Calvin, a,
starving student, feebly clutching a famished dime
in one hand while with the other he makes his way
down State street toward a well known State street:
food emporium.
He reaches the cannery. A sign nailed across its
buzzom reads, "Closed for the summer." The stu-
dent is seen to emit a plaintive wail.
Reel' Two.-Still glued to the now thinner dime,
Calvin has dragged himself farther up into the wilds
of State street to another butter-slugger's joint. It
is open ! With a silent cry of joy he rushes in ;as;
fast as his enfeebled strength will permit.
He orders a hamburger. As the sizzling oders
reach him across the counter, thoughts of the old
home come back to him.
(Flash-back to the old home, now.a glue factory.)
Reel Three.-The hamburger is through boiling.
The highlander behind the counter is about to hand
it to Calvin. Calvin exhibits the scrawny dime.
The lunch-room pirate shakes his head.
Sub-title: "Price on hamburger is now 15 cents."
Calvin and the starving dime plead with the pir-
ate . No use. They sink back onto, the tiled floor
with the death rattle in their throats.
(Fade-out with angels.)
He's So Dumb He Thinks That:
Stripped egears shouldn't be seen by females.
Registrar Hall is the name of the new building
on East U.
Ann Arbor is the name of a famous flapper.

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of Fashion Park, icte
Freemen and other a
Smakes.
The prices for such value
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be not only to the ladies,
to appear among those,
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They used to ask
In English classes years ago
For what reason the
Round Table
Was called round.
But
Maybee it was because yuh couldn't get a square
meal off'n it?

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