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Arbor, Michigan, as second

which makes the deep iIlpress on personality.
President Burton's negative definition to the ef-
fect that a University is not a storehouse of knowl-
edge containing that solid material all done up in
gunny-sacks from which the professors wheel out
on trucks their daily contributions day by day to
the intellectually famished students, is very apt.
The student often has a right to wonder if the
great Universities are not rather factories with
coldly metallic machines 'which take human physical
and intellectual raw material and grind out so much
uniform finished product.

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THE FRYING PAN
.-a flash in the Pin,"

DETUOIT UNITED LINES
"TI)FE TABLE
Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
"Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6 :oo
a. I., 7:00 a. ., 8:0a. m. :00 a. r. and
hourly to 9:05 p. in.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops of Ann
Arbor)-9:47 a. in. and every two hours to
9:47 p. m.
Local Cars, East Bound-5:s a. M., 7:c0
a~ in. and every two hours, to 9:os p. m.
11:00 p. In. To Ypsilanti only--m :40 p. m.,
1":25 a. m., 1:15 a. In.
To Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars, West Bound--7:So a. it., 240
p. m.
To Jackson and Kalamizoo- ;Limited cars:
8: 47, 10:47, a. in.; 1z:47, 2:47: 4:47 p. Mn.
To Jackson and Lansing--Limited: 8 :4q

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S% JTUY 30, 1922
'-RAL~PH N. cBYEiRS
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S MICHIGAN OVERGROWN'? ,
nt Marion IL. Burton insists that it is pos-
naintain integrity and proper functioning
ugh this institution becomes much larger
s. His opponents urge that the students
g 'that personal touch which is so neces-'
>roducing the fully rounded college man.-
is examples of this professional .aloof-
a the student body are being cited .
tints' are made of the coniplexity of the
e organization and the absolutely imperson-'
n which many of the cases are handled,
e or no regard as to the health, previous
or financial situation of the filer of the
In the engineering college there are eight
omnmittees on classification, delinquent
discipline, etc., besides a standing com-
12 professors which bring the total num-
:ulty men serving up to 32. Practically all
uestions. raisedby petitions made by the
>dy must be presented in writing on specifi-
. Usually one man acts for his whole'
some assistant determines if the petition
redetermined conditions and the chairman
name with little more personal consider-
n that required to fill the dotted line.
mmittee chairmen have their assistants
r signatures with rubber stamps.
hool of Education, on the other hand, has
ittees with nine imen acting. No one has
ously attempted to number the countless
es which take care of the business of the
)f Literature, Science, and the Arts, but
e attempted to get satisfasction about ques-:
become discouraged because of the red
:h they encounter.
ag ago a student who planned on getting
in the literary college before embarking
rofessional training from another college,
:ial reasons, found himself confronted with
ity of taking a combined course in order to
e two degrees. When his requisites were
ed it was found that he lacked some few
meet the requirements. The petition to
the combined course, however, was filed;
understanding that the man would make up,
in the Summer session.
the redgular form for the reply to the,
vas mailed to the applicant, it was 'found
:ourse the committee required him to take.
given during the Summer session nor copld
any course 'in the required departments
>ild supply the number of hours therein
A long parley resulted with the Dean and
of his college, members of the committee
hich ended in. the man's securing permis-
ake substitute courses. During the con-
one of the two mentioned members of the
admitted that he had not seen the ap-
The blank returned was mimeographed,
nts being'filled in'on dotted lines, and the
applied with a -ubber stamp or duplicat-

LITTLE ESSAYS BY THE DAMNED
III: Success
Speedily have I risen in the world, So.speedily
that those who were formerly above me are now
.far beneath in the depths of oblivion '
I am one of the few that a big city looks up to--
yet I have arisen to position by my own efforts.
No hand helped me-no chariot of fire was there
to give me' a lift. Yes. I arose by ,my own, con-
scientious plodding; always, ahead, always upward.
There was no other way.'
.Thewindow washers of the Woolworth building
are not allowed to ride in the elevators.
I;UKE WARM.
THE DEMON RUBY OF JOHDPOR
Chapter VII: The Curious Conduct of Mrs.
Plumnmett -"
As "The Tin Ear" drew -in to shore Dr. Ventricle
stood up in the stern. . "There," he cried above the
roar of the engine, "there lie the location of the
Demon Ruby."
"He pointed toward a large, cock-eyed barn that
stood in the xharsh not far from th water's edge.
Bellini Rogers thought it was painted with cam-
ouflage, but as they neared' the shore he saw that it
was merely an advertisement for liver pills.
"Let us have some custard to the success of our
quest," cried he.
"You're on," replied Seargeant Jenon ap Jenson,
reaching for the kettle. He reached in vain, The
kettle was gone!
"Where is the custa-d and rum?" cried Salome.
"Where is Mrs. Plummett?" shouted Dr. Ven-
4ricle.
Rogers struck his hand to his' head. "I remember
now!" he cried, "she fell overboard half a mile
back."
"And took the custard with her, I suppose," sigh-
ed the Sergeant.
Dr. Ventricle, who was steering, gave the wheel
a sudden .twist and brought'"The Tin Ear's up to the
rickety dock. "Ah well," he said, "we musn't~cry
over spilt custard.: Let us go forward to the place
of the hidden ruby."
Just as they were about to do so a large white
horse could be seen to gallop away from behind
the barn. On its back was Mrs. Plummett. At the
saddle bow hung the kettle of custard and rnm!
,She rode low over the horse's neck and beat it where
the ribs were shortest with her umbrella. She was
going like sixty.
Our little group thought that ,rather strange but
they went on anyway. The barn was closed apd they
had to pry open the front door with the corkscrew.
It was very dark inside. Tehy couldn't see to find
'the ruby. So they turned on the lights. i
The niinute they had done so, they wished they
-hadn't.
There before them, wrapped in a sinister black
cloak, stood the bloodthirsty figure of Ingomar Ten
Brock! .Before they could utter a word they were
surrounded by Gaspard the Wolf and backed up
against the wall.
"Aha !" sneered Ingomar Ten Brock, "So you
would forestall me. Heh, heh, heh." He laugh'd
with fiendish glee. Bellini Rogers, galled to the
quick by the effrontery of this arch-villian of the
Nefarious Nine, started forward, the corkscrew in
his hand. He was brought to a sudden halt with
Gaspard's bowie knife at his throat.
"Have a care, young man," said Ten Brock. "If
you will remain quiet until I and my minions dis-
cover the 'ruby which is hidden here, you shall go
safely away. If not ." He gave them a nasty
look.
IHe drew 'from under his cloak the stolen blue-.
book and, turning its pages, made a rapid calcul-
ation. He began to measure off distances on the
floor like mad. Finally he stopped.
"Here," he said, stamping his foot over a cer-
tain board, "lies the Demon Ruby of Johdpore !"
He stooped and pryed up the board. A black
cavity yawned beneath him. He looked in and
then staggered backward, with a cry. Dr. Ven-
tricle and his band broke from Gaspard the Wolf'

and pressed forward.
The Ruby was gone!
As they left the fatal barn they heard the death
rattle in the throats of Ingomar Ten Brock and
Gaspard the Wolf as they died of deepest chagrin.
(Next Sunday "The Re-Appearance of the Ruby."
The last chapter.)

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14x20 $9.00

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