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, wrzrummer
APER OF THE SUMMER SESSION OF
rNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
morning except Monday during the Summer
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OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Press is exclusively entitled to the use 1.o re-
iews dispatehes credited to it or othewise
r and the local news published therein.
postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second

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necessarily to appear in'print, but as an evidence of faith,
es of events will be published in The Summer Daily at the
i of the Editor, if left at or mailed to The Summer Daily
nsigned communications will receive no consideration. No
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Summet Daily does not necessarily endorse the senti-
:presced in the communications.
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Telephone 2414
ING EDITOR ....:.........IO J. HERSHDORFER
or.....................................James B. Yonng
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ward A. Donahue - Julian E. Mack
Editor ..................::..........Dorothy Bennetts'
Board...............Herbert S. Case, Elizabeth Nylund
dtr....... ..*Donald Coney
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Assistants

B. Butler

C. 'R. Trotter
Sidney Kripke

BUSINESS STAFF
Telephone 9860
S MANAGER..... ........HEROLD C. HUNT
.........Townsend H. Wolfe
a ..... .... . ..George W. Rockwood
.............Laurence H. Favrot
..... .............. ........... ...Edward F. Conlin

more than nighty logs with their centers cut out
and their ends plugged up, and it took two me of
muscle to get theri up the rushing current that once
made the Huron famous. In those days students
canoed in foursomes, but only because they had to.
That is another reason why mother and father were
just so-so and no more when they had the fire of
youth in their veins.,
But when the engineering college was establish-
ed, and a few engine men were graduated, they be-
gan to build dams on the Huron. This resulted in
a diminishing of current, and a thoughtful cuss per-
fected a lighter canoe-one which did not necessitate
the strength of two men to propel.
And now we come down to the present day.
Though there are no professors of canoeology, there
are some who by virtue of their ability ought to he.
The case may be taken up by the Boarkd of Regents
at a future meeting. Canoeing on the Huron is a
pombination of various courses the most prominent
of which are probably astronomy, psychlogy of
mind and character, sociology, forest, utilization,
study of landscape design creative listening, story
telling, and problems in poverty.
It may not be amiss to mention a few words here
concerning the methods and qualifications necessary
for enrollment in this course. The course is open
to all those who are so inclined, and instructors
often take advantage of its opportunities. The
methods of proceedure will b stated in as Few
words as possible. The students enroll in pairs,
and It is usually the custom for the male member
of the pair to pay the enrollnment fee, which con-
i s of! buying one canoe completely equipped with
paddle, rug, and pillows. The classes are from eight
to eleven wit a recommendation of ten. A great
deal of paddling is done until the darn is reached or
darkness arrives, and then the craft is left at the
mercy of the waves while the remainder of the per-
iod is devoted largely to discussion, and-so-forth.
If at the end of the period the 'canoe is returned
in better condition than when it was purchased; the
purchaser will be refunded a part of his money.
The course is discontinued during the hibernal
months.
Yes, canoeology is one of the oldest courses of-
fered at Michigan, and if statistics of enrollment
are to be interpreted as meaning anything, they at
least signify that interest in the course has been
continually on the increase since its installation.
Prospect are very favorable for the coming year.
THE FRYING PA N
"-a flash in the Pan."
Personally Mentioned
An unfortunate occurence which happened
Yesterday afternoon in the Tap Room
Will no doubt serve as a warning during the
Summer heat. Young Martin Bone, a Summer ses
sionist
Doing. intensive work in tennis,
Entered the !Union after seven gruelling sets
Of his favorite game with Asa Gregory,
Who is, in private life, a bootlegger.
Young Bone was heard to make his favorite
Bon mot on stepping up to the soda bar-
("I'm dry 'as a bone") and immediately
Ordered somethingcold.
,fter the seventh frostbite he became stiff
,With -the cold. Local efforts unavailing
,The Health service was summoned.
He is now being thawed out by the
Buildings and Grounds Department.

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For Your Sumper Re
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H. Goldsmith

Katherine E. Stysr
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THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1922
Night Editor-JAMES B. YOUNG
Assistant--R. C. Trotter
THERE'S A LOT IN THE SHAKE
*w much a man's outward appearances have to
ith a true interpretation of a man's character'
een a subject of controversy probably since the
kdam and Eve decided that a garb of leaves
insufficient apparel.' Included with this has,
the study of a man's character by his actions.
ins claimed much for the significance of a
shake in the interpretation of character. He
ed that Uriah "Heep showed his calculating
ty by his lifeless, clammy hand shake. Heep's
as contrasted with that of the hearty fisher-
Peggotty,,signified the worthiness of that gen-
n. However, whether it is admited that this
criterion of 'a person, people unconsciously
dge their fellow men in that way. Men like
evelt and Lloyd George would be inconceiv-
as possessing a weak, fishy hand grip like the
t historic Uriah, for a firm handshake seems a
ary adjunct of great physical vitality.
t a firm hand is such a common attribute
any other kind would arouse a subsconscious
on against its owner, Perhaps a hand shake
: a shake at all. Then the pressure expresses
eeling or lack of feeling which the motion did
ally. At any rate, this is one of the few ways
ich one expresses individuality on motor mind-
ople.

DETROIT UNITED LINES
TME TABLE
Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and E4xpress Cars-6 :00
a. -m:,*:oo, a. M., 8;oo a. 1n., .:oo a. m. and
hourly to 9:05 p. n.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops of Ann
Arbor)-g:4y a. m. and every two hours to
9:47 P. mn. I.
Local Cars, East Bound-s:s5 a. mi., 7.OO
a, m. and every two hours to , foe p. m.;
Ir:oo p. m. To Ypsilanti ony-:4 o p. m.,
12:x5 a. iM., 2:15 a. in.
To Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars, West Bound-7:5o a. Mi., 2:40
p. i.
To Jackson and Kalarazoo- Limited cars:
8:;47.10:47,'a. In.; 12:47, 2:47. 4:-47 P. im.
To Jackson and Lansing-Limited:_5:4
P. 1n.
1J22 JULY 1922j
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CLEANED THE RIGHT WAY
Prices for cleaning Painamas $1.25 ulp.
Prices for stiff' straws....... .75 'up..
'We do only sh i dtclass work.
MFACTORY HAT -STORE
617 PACKARD STREET
Telenbone 1792
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A NEW HOUS ?
Fraternities, Sororities, Clubs
and other organizations
can bewyll taken
care of by calling
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National Bank Building
Phone 40
buys a brand
-5 new Corona
portable type-' 1
writer. Other Me
at attractive Prioes.(
See usbeforeyou buy.
Renting and Repairing all makes
of Typewriters a Specialty
O. D. Morrill
17 Nickels Arcade
Typewriting
Typewriters for
Rent or Sale
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A MAN IN KANSAS
I the great things which have been done in
world have been accomplished by people who
acted upon their convictions in spite of every
sition and discouragement. However this does
nean that every man who has supported his be-
has done great things, but it is worthy .to note
almost every worthy reform; every great dis-
ry, has been made in the teeth of ignorance and
uragement. From the days of Christ, and
tlessly before this time, there has always been
trust and contempt for anyone who thought.
rently and who did not "run with the pack."+
itlessly men.have had convictions and have act-
pon them to the detriment of society, but peo-
nust take off their hats to any individual who
he moral courage to take a stand that is con-
to the generally accepted ones.
nsas boasts at least one such man in William
1 White, who believes that his is a stand for
ight of freedom of speech. Mr. White's posi-
according to most people, would be that of a
levist and an opposer of law and order but
i own mind he is doing jiast the opposite.
:her people agree that White's encouragement to
trikers was fegally right or not they must ad-
his, fearless attitude in defending what he be-
is one of the rights of the people. If the
i conltinues to produce men of this independent
there will be no need to fear that civifization
regressing.

"Well, how's'fQr me to go to my cc. class tomor-
row."
"'Should I go with you?"
' Why? You're not in the class?"
"No, but you'll probably need someone to ident-
ify you.
LITTLE ESSAYS BY THE DAMNED
I: Graduates
It is with an indescribable feeling of achievement
that one realizes there is something he can' do better
than anyone else in the whole wide world.
Such a sensation comes only to the greatest; the
Caesars, the Napoleons, and the Edisons. It is
therefore with genuine pride that I view my suc-
cess.
For I am supreme in my field.
Only togay my keeper told me that I made' the
best mud-pies he had ever seen.
LUKE WARM.
Drippings From the Pan
A patch of powder on the coat lapel is a badge
of servitude.
She-O-o-o golla! Last night I thought Jeffersoi'
wuz going to propose to me. I wuz all a-tremble !
The other she-Yes, I heard him say he shook
you.
"Ohmydear, do you know that he beats his wife
up every morning?"
"Cru-el !"
"Yeah, he gets up to see what time it is."
He's So Dumb Hi Thinks That:
Wheeling, West Virginia is a pleasant job..
A foul ball has, oh-odors.
Women are kept out of the Union because the
doorkeeper wears a Union suit.

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Savings Bank
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N. W. Corner Main and Huron
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ON CANOEING
is undoubtedly ;one of the oldest
University curriculum. The most -re-
available offers the information that
iversity first opened its doors to the
'ere eight who sought knowledge, and

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