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SESSION 01F

ig except Monday during the Summer
trol of Student Publications.
'HE ASSOCIATED PRB#S
iexclusively entitled to tke ars. 1stre-
ispatches credited to it or otetbwiw-
the local newrs published theehL
:e at Ann Arbor, Michigan. as semid
r mail, $r.50.
is Building, Maynard Street.
Editorial, 2414.
exceed 300 words, if signed, the*Isia-
r in print, but as an evidence of faith,
published in The Summer Daily at the
eft at or mailed to The Summer. Daily
ions5 will receive no consideration. No
nless the writer' incloses postage.
es not necessarily endorse the senti--
imunications.
)lUAL STAFF

*Everybody is probably~ waiting for. everybody
.lse to start things atid consequently things are not
started, or all the ingenuity of the Summer session
has been parcelled out to the education department.
If so, it behooves all people to 'enroll there and so
profit by that section's spirit.,
The campus has had its Spotlight, Some have.
Complained that the perf ormance last night was
too amateurish. Others expressed their praise for:
it. Those who payed money Ito witness professional.
vaudeville were looking for too much. The people
who condemned last night's Spotlight belong to' that
type of analytical cusses who, probably for lack of
anything better to do, pick apart and lay emphasis
on the flaws. Those who enjoyed the performance
remembered that it was arranged in a very short
time, and accepted- it as -a whole., For, as a whole,
last night's Spotlight- was very fair.
In these days of labor saving devices the "news
summary" of the Chicago Tribune' is- one of the most
practical from the view point of the neglected- wife
of the breakfast table.

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(Eastern Standard Time)
Inftroit Limited and Eupress Cara;-6 :oo
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hourly to 9205- fitM.
JacksnExpress Carn (local slops of Ann
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9:g17 P. Mn
Local Cars, East Bound-5:S$-AL. .,7:oo
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Local Cars, West ,Bnd-7 :5o a. in, -. 40
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EDITOR ......... ....LEO J. HRSHDORFR
.. ..............James B. Young
A. Donahue -- Julian 1~. Mack
r................Dorothy Bennett&
.............. Herbert S. Case, Elizabeth Nylund
...Donald (Coney
..........G. 1D. Eaton
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Butler . C. R. Trotter
Sidney Knipke
BUSYNIESS STAFF
Telephone 1960
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Headline in Detroit paper : Rouge woman on trial
in slaying- of- husband." We don't blame her for
blushing; we would too, under the conditions.
Rents wouldn't seem so unreasonable if landladies
would be content to charge' us for te- time we remain
at homne.-Rochester Times-Union.
It is rumored' that the landladies have decided
to strike.-- If they would strike their prices, 'there
might be harmony in tha family. .

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Outing Go'

Assistants

Katherine V. Styer
B. Watson Shoesiith

NG TR'AIING iWIN4
thrilling than Columbus' con-
World is that of the discovery
i9i" by Robert E. Peary, the
ize -of three centuries. Prof.
hio has known such great ex-
Hl. Shackleton and Captain R.
his memoir of Peary that the
ue to his continutous training
ears Peary worked for this
life, conserved all~ his energy,
is, trained himself "as for a
'e Peary displayed those char-
ly- secured for him his great
)liege he not only distinguish-
sbut also in scholarship. Hle
e closest of study as in his
ship "Roosevelt" to withstand
Ares.
raining for the last polar ex,
part of the following winter
ning his men by undertaking
ping trips, with the result that
tarted in the late winter every
,an and flat-bellied as a boardr

"M\'an -dies 'Of:fright while yin dentist's chair in
Warsaw, Indiana." Eidently .Bol shevsts are not
restricted to Warsaw,,Russia.
It may relievei local hairdress8ers ┬░to be informed
that walking in the rain has not been found to 'pr-
duce a waterwave.
-now would it: feel if :the suabbe fchildren at
playpdid not float in' at all hours through the Library
windows"
1THB IFRYING PAN ]
FRUITS
He was an Arrow-collar lad,
Classy and debonair;
She was cled,
In clothing mad, 1
(A svelte dryad).
With red roberta-ed hair. -
They were, her fruit-store uncle said,-
f" . Indeed a: juicy pair. -
Day; before yesterday a. young- mans-got ht up
in Cleveland for firting in a cafe., Another one of
fthese' colege chaps forgetting where he is. Tobey.'
LITTLE ESSAYS OF THE DAMND
II: The Limite
N -Iwon't cdo it-!-[
The miore'.I think of ,it, the more :it's cunterfeit
.uefitature, shows up. It would le. a sham, -a fraud-
and I should. be deceiving- my best 'friends.
And besides. I promised tpther I wud always-
rbe a man.
No. Absolutely; I won't go to 'the masquerade
ras a woman-never-!
That's final! LUKE WARM.
Promises..
I asked it she,
Would mnary 'a-~
, ~~She couiln't see=
It. My fee were funniy:
She promisedto be a sister
A sister to me.
She is-Oh, geer
She borows my money!
Drippings From the Pan -
They used to have Fdriking sogs in shows.- Now
they have songs about drinkin.
We may not always behvimrous, blut we are
always open to' humor. -
Contests We Shouldike to ;Cnduct.
A contest. fori plans to eep he ,canine contingent
off the carpus. -
. A' guessing ctnrtest as to-sthencntets 'fthe ui-
quitous briief caise..
Another one to find out if the K., damsel in our
.English class is the real good6& or a chool-teacher.
=Mai den :(vintage of '9)-Is there any mrail for
me?
.Postmaster-I1 presume ,so, butyou just haven't
met him yet.
{ The Mason and Dixon -line is a brand of' caned -
good
-a fotball forwidn .

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The Quarry
Drug and Prescription Store'
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Phone 308"
G. Claude Drake, Prop.

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of us- in training f or some struggle
e of life. Our physical endurance is
Lthietics and our mental resources are
,in our academic work. Surely if we
?sistently- as did that great Arctic ex-
I 'not fail when the test comes for us
?eary in our own fields.
)LB OF EDUCATION'S PEP
laudable things that is in evidence
m~ner session is the spirit which is
)y the department of education. The
tings of the educational clubs show a
part of the members to make their
n a benefit neat only in giving them
and ideas which they shall have op-
ork 'out during the school year, but
them th. benefit of exchanging exper-
profiting by the knowledge gained by
~practices of people who are really
ducation. and who know something
educational picnics which have been
ind enthusiastically attended show a
lusiasm which might well be copied
e other departments of the Univer'-
)lem much discussed during'the year
ig the faculty and students closer to-
n solved in an altogether pleasant'
y manner by the get-togethers and
games. This shows a wide-awake-
v'ery suggestion of an opportunity to
d to enjoy' themselves while obtain-

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We carry a full line of EVER,
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in' Sterling silver gold-filled
and priced from 5.00 to $20.'
It will be a pleasure to show
you these and 1to, discuss
your. pen, and pencil prob-
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Names imprinted in gold
lettering on your foun-
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