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NEWSPANER OF THE SUMMER SESSION OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
every morning except Monday during the Summer
e Board in Control of Student Publications.
EMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Ciated Press is exclusively entitled to the ass for re
f all news dispatches credited to it or otherwis"
is paper and the local news published therein.
at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second
ion by carrier or mail, $.So.
Ann Arbor Press Building, Maynard Street.'
Business, 96o; Editorial, *414.
eations not to exceed 300 words, if signed, the signa-
ssarily to appear in print, but as an evidence of faith,
events will be published in The Summer Daily at the
the Editor, if left at or mailed to The Summer Daily
ned communications will receive no consideration. No
i be returned unless the writer incloses postage.
amer Daily does not necessarily endorse the senti-
ed in the comnunications.
EDITORIAL STAFF
Telephone 2414
EDITOR .......LE0 J. HERSHDORFER
...........James B. Young
s-
d A. Donahue Julian E. Mack
or.............................Dorothy Bennetts
rd ................-Herbert S. Case, Elizabeth Nylund
it ...............................Donald Coney
or.........................G.,D. Eaton
Assistants
Butler C. R. Trotter
Sidney Kripke
BUSINESS STAFF
Telephone 960
MANAGER ..................HEROLD C. HUNT
. .. .Townsend H. Wolfe
George W. Rockwood
.........,Laurence H. Favrot
...,.... ...Edward F. Conlin

weeks in length and many classes are held twice
each day, instead of once a day, as is the common
practice in the majority of other universities. The
professors who join the faculty for the summer only
must of necessity. receive special inducements to
leave their own institutions, and it has always been
Michigan's aim to have its teaching staff of the
highest possible calibre.
Michigan is not a money-seeking university, but
at the same time it cannot afford to enter the lists in
a price-slashing tournament with other places of
learning merely for the purpose of attracting a rec-
ord-breaking "attendance. Education is not, after.
all, a matter of dollars but of appreciation.
Representatives of thirty nations gathered recent-
ly at the Peace Palace at The Hague in a second ef-
fort to settle the economic 'problem of Russia, and
and we'll wager our hat that twenty-nine of those
nations have economic problems of their' own that
need settling. Another case of wheie charity should
begin at home.
Mr. Cox, an English mathematician and econom-
ist, claims that England and Japan will soon be-
come over-populated. It is the old problem of get-
.ting standing room at a crowded performance, and
it is hoped that the position gained will not be as
uncomfortable.
"Four men and one woman die in the Babtist
district of Newry, Ireland."-News item. Prob-
ably wefe drowned in a babtisimal rpsh period.

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TOTIE TABLE
Ann Arbor and' Jackson
(Eastern Standard T'ime)
Detroit Linited and xpress Cars-6:oo
a. in., 7:o a.. i., 8:oo a. m... o:oo a. m. and
hourly to9:05 p. m.
Jackson Express cars' (local stops of An
Arbor)-9 :47 a.,im. and every two hours to
9:47 p. m.
Local Cars, East Bound-5 :55 a. i.. 7 :oo0
a, n. and every two hours to g :o p. m.
xi :oo p. M. To Ypsilanti only-i: :o p. m.,
I:2z a. M., i:rs a. i.
ToSaline,change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars, West Bounnd-7 :50 a. mn., 2:40
P. Mn.
To Jackson and Kalamazoo- Limited cars:
$ *47 10:47, a.In 12:47,2:47. 4:47 P. n.
To Jackson and ansing-Limited: 8:4
P. M.

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WEDNSDAY, AUGUT 2, 1922
,ht Editor-HOWARD A. DONAHUE
Assistt-W. Bernard Butler
E{IT THE BOB
of the conventions of the constantly in-
umbers'of so dubbed beauty experts, the
of opinion was that the style of beauty
ting back, to 'that of the healthy out-of-
e of girl. But then, it might be said in
hat this is the type .to which beauty re-
succeeding summer, because it is the only
'ersion during the days when bathing and
sports demand the attention. The hair
re kidding themselves into thinking that
r future the long hair will come back, and-
n maid with her flimsy flowing robes and
s foot-wear will displace the flapper, and
iGr will be out of harmony with a costume
character.
man of today is dressing in a far more
ray than ever before, but she does this as
cuse she sees reason in it as because it is
o do so, In spite of all reports and count-
since the first six months that bobbed hair
vogue, that bobbed hair was going out, the
as constantly increased, unti the girl wit"
g tresses is the exception rather than the'
bed hair is not only a convenience, but has
most a necessity to those who have tried
re been well satisfied with the results. It'
>e supposed that eventually every girl will'
air any more than it is to be expected that
will wear low heeled shoes, although high
>es appear freakish ion certain occasions.
hope' that the Grecian girl does .become
ot the Grecian irl who consented to abon-
healthful garb for the 'hoop 'skirts and
he past, but one who see{ the right thing
to it. Then another problem will confront
and that is the adoption of a new name
ni to supplant that of "flapper."
IE SUMMER ENAOLLMENT
of the predicted 3,ooo enrollment at 'Mich-
umimer, the total recently published'shows
of but nine over the figures of last year.
the question arises, "What is the cause
nall increase in the Summer session at-
' On the surface it would appear that
is 'radically wrong, that perhaps there
underlying reasons, why Michigan has
attract a much larger number o'f students
mer courses than one might expect'
re is little need for apology, small reason,
11g over petty causes, for the Summer ses-
es places Michigan fifth among the coun-
ner schools and her standing was a high
the regular session, which makes the two
o.a par. There are of'course many rea-
h might be advanced to show that the en-
ould have been greater. Industrial condi-
he United States are gradually assuming
ance bordering close to normal, and wages
ig better inducements to prospective sum-
nts, better than continuing with studies.
Sbeen low or work scarce, the enrollment
e been larger. Had this been that, and that
why go on'? Tuition here is not higher
I rightfully be expected, for it must be
:onsideration that specialized courses are

If it wasn't for the fact that we fear death, ye
might attempt to select the four cleverest women
on the campus.'.
Books on etiquette are painfully silent, concerning
the graceful way to scratch a mosquito bite.-Pal-
Saika News.
TH E F RYIN' G PAN:
a flash in the Pan."
PERFIDY
"Aei-ow-w-w-1!"
'(The guiul weeps, she does.)
" What's the matter, lass?" (we said.)
She choked an Herculean sob
Back to the sub-cellar of her soul.
And glared. i'm seeing red."
Is what she said to me.
We sat awhile in silence -r
(Silence, and the drip oftime
Always gets 'em' comin'.)
"Well,' she broke the calm,
"He duped me, coise him !"
We nodded with assent
(For the woman pays and pays.)
She went on, in accents strangulated, '
"I had a crush on him-
Oh gee, but I fell for 'im thick."
Then why these water-works?"
(We asked.) She stopped us with a glance.
'I thought the guy was darn near pufect,-
An' yesterday I saw him in a pair of KNOCKER-
B3OCKERS !"
Pipe the frosh of the Summer session who
thought the class of 1917 was pretty influential
to paint their 'M 7 all over the Michigan highways.
"Music Capacity Tests Offered," says Our Own
Daily. Well, personally, our own capacity is about
two quarts of jazz; 'three fingers of Beethoven's
Ninth symphony; and a hypodermic injection of sax-
ophone trills under compulsion.;
LIT TLE ESSAYS BY THE DAMNED
One otIV: Conceit
One of the best men in the offices of the Rolls-
Wrong company was dismissed today. And for
no logical reason whatever. They often do peculiar
things in large souless corporations; but this I ,con-
sider the absolute limit-the zero, mark in adminis-
tration.
This person I consider to be both intellectually
and-physically superior to any other one connected
with the entire firm, the president and directors in-
cluded, and why they should fire him truly per-
plexes me.
Nevertheless they did.
And now I am looking for a new job.
LUKE WARM.
Gems of Thot
We read in some of the more advanced periodic-
als that the present ~Aay is a period of intellectual
awakening. As forI ourselves we should not so
much call it a period as an exclamation point.
And have you ever notied that often the girl you
take to be' the "Age of Innocence" turns out to be
the "Beautiful and the Damned ?"
Loot From The College Comics
"Well j passed the Fine Arts bluebook."
"Honestly!"
"What difference'does it make?"

Farmers
and Mechanics Bankw
A pleasant, conven-
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to transact your
business.
TWO OFFICES:
101-105 South Main St.
330 South State St.
Nickels' Arcade
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only telling when your car pseeds
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Did they lather
stone in the Ne(
(C AVE men had whiske
John W. Troglodyte
with a hunk of sharp bron
-that men had faces.
Faces are more popul
Williams' helped. The
Corn pany mde the ,first
ever manufactured in this
ones '77 used Williami
now Jones '22 uses one of t
Shaving Soap that Wiltiar
make--Williams' Shaving
Lather? Rather. Rich
and thick and quick. Once
over is usually enough if
you use Williams'.
You'll like the
smooth, cool "feel" of
your face afterward. No
complexion soap is :more
wholesome.

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Typewriters,
Some excellent purchases at*
about one-half new price.
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17 NICKELS ARCADE
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$1.50 upwards
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Rental Prices .per' week
7x9 , $3.00 9x9 $3.50 lOx
14x20 $9.00 '14x24 $10.50 16

7x7 $2.50
12x16 $6.00

"New York's Auto Deaths Total 849.,
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