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THE SUMM

TMR MICHIGAN DAILY

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CIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE SUMMER SESSION OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
'ublished every morning except Monday during the Summer
in by the Board in Control of Student Publications.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
.he Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for re-
ation of all news dispatches credited to it or otherwise
ed in this paper and the local news. published therein.
ntered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second
matter.
subscription by carrier or mail, $1.50.
ffites: Ann Arbor Press Building, Maynard Street.
hones: Business, 960; Editorial, 2414.
:ommunications not to exceed 300 words, if signed, the signa-
not necessarily to appear in print, but as an evidence of faith,
otices of events will be published in The Summer Daily at the
tion of the Editor, if left at or mailed to The Summer Daily
Unsigned communications will receive no consideration. No
script~ will be returned unless the writer incloses postage.
he Summer Daily does not necessarily endorse the senti-
expressed in the communicatonis.
EDITORIAL STAFF
Tel'ephone 2414
AGING EDITOR ...............IO J. HERSHDORFER
Editor................................James B. Voung
Editors-'
Howard A. Donahue Julian E. Mack
ng Editor............................Jack D. Briscoe
n's Editor....................... F .Dorothy Bennetts
ials ........................ ...Herbert S. Case
r AEditor.. .Donald Coney
try Editor.... .......................G. D. ERaton
Assistants

trim. Information regarding the various sports
is readily obtained, and every student will do well
to avail himself of the opportunities presented.
After spending a three day sentence, a man said
that the conditions in the Detroit jail were "ideal"
from the standpoint of the prison6r. Let's enroll
some afternoon and spend a quite, time with the
rest of the community drinking tea and eating soda
crackers.
We'll have to cut the feet off our short socks and
use them for wrist warmers for next year the style
is to be nothing but knickerbockers.
"Wild auto hits crowd."-News item. Even the
inanimate objects become intoxicated, by this genera-
tion of jazz.
In Sofia walking sticks are taxed 100 francs a
year. Wonder if they have' senior canes at the
University there?
Don't you hate the professor who is generous
with his "bolts"?
It would be just our luck to have sunshine on the
3rd and 5th, and rain on the 4th.

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This shop offers a good selection of
smart models in HA TS for Travel,
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101-105 South Main St.
330 South State St.
Nickels' Arcade
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ESS MANAGER ................HEROLD C. HUNT
in...............................Townsend H. Wolfe
ion...........................George W. Rockwood
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Assistants
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THE FRYING PA N
' "-a flash in the Pan."
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Timely Tetanus Germs
Last night we heard a horrid crash
That jarred us from our summer haze.
We knew the Fourth was coming, then-
And now it's been here several days.
Quintessentially American,
This glorious ,Fourth of July.
Lout can you tell me why
We clutter up the breeze
With fireworks made by bland Chinese?

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SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1922
Night Editor-JAMES B. YOUNG
Assistant-Jack D. Brisce
THE DETROIT NEWS !AND MICHIGAN
- 3ecause of the scandalous way in which some
of the newspapers of the stae of Michigan have
in very recent times treated a number of the more
personal problems which have arisen at the Univer-
sity, it has been a debatable question as to whether
they understood what their University, stood for or
appreciated the problems that of necessity arise in
an institution of this size.
It will interest Michigan students then to read
the following, which appeared in a recent editorial
in the Detroit News, "States and universities, like
individuals, can not live unto themselves. Michigan
bhas always been proud of its University. It has
liked to think of it as democratic, free and broad
in the scope of its teaching and in its influence upon
the life of state and nation. The reutation pass-
ed the bounds of the state and drew to Michigan
students from every state and nearly every coun-
try in the world.... , to be a student and a gradu-
ate 'of Michigan meant more because the associa-
tions and friendships formed extended beyond the
narrow confines of one community and united the
graduates with the larger interests and sympathies
and experiences of the world."'
The Detroit News has always been considered
a friend of the University's and the publicity that
this paper has given 'Michigan has always. been
glean, straightforward, and as a rule beneficial. The
University of Michigan is not a secret organization,
nor has it anything whatsoever to conceal. It is
open to criticism as is any other such institution,
but it appreciates constructive criticism and help-
ful publicity, such as is contained in the editorial
reprinted here in part.
SUMMER SPORTS
It is a noticeable fact that sports at Michigan play
such a very small part in the interests of the stu-
dents during the Summer session. The courses
are rather concentrated during the summer months,
but the neglect of physical exercise is neither ex-
cusable nor healthful. Especially during the sum-
mer, when work is likely to become monotonous
and when opportuntiy for various sports is offered
should people look after their physical welfare.
Of course there is the plea that it is too hot to
work, but exercises properly planned will relieve
one of that dead-and-gone feeling rather than add-
ing to it.
Thie'women are especially laggard in taking ad-
vantage of opportunities for sports. Their tennis
courts boast of a few men players and perhaps two
or three women, and swimming, classes are but
meagerly patronized. The reason for this cannot
>e that exercise has lost its efficacy or that students
do not realize the necessity of play to balance their
study. It ought to be clearly ppreciated that any
istitution the size of Michigan should offer op-
>ortunities for activities of this sort. "
.'The old slogan "All work and no play makes
ack a dull boy" is also true of Jane. Students

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writer you can fold up,
take with you, typewrite
anywhere.,
It's the simplest, sturdiest,
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STU DENTS SUPPLY STORE
111 1 South University Avenue
Iaterials for All Colleges
TONIGHT!
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DANCING PAVILION

naai est writing machine in
the world. Corona weighs
6Y2 tbs., yet does the work
of a big machine. Phone
nzow for a demonstration IJ
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
The Typewriter
and Stationery Store

My Lethe's swig can dry my tears
My swell bull pup, hight Davy Crockett
Has left this life for higher spheres
They hitched him to a big sky-rocket.
Things are quieting down in Bolshevik areas.
Moscow reports- that Lenin has been stricken dumb.
Today's recipient of the Hogan Prize of seven
ancient Atec cuss-words is Wiliam Sylvano
Thunder, of Temple university, Philadelphia.- He
is instructor "in the piano and organ department
of the Music School.' The Frying Pan suggests
that he be transferred to the public speaking divis-
ion.
We are prostrated with pleasure to extend to'the
contributor of the following verse the first charter-
membership in our honorary society of contributing
vacationeers. While it is always open season for
contribs, this is the first to cross our field of vision,
and it was with difficulty that we regained con-
sciousness sufficiently to complete today's colyum.
The Greater Gain
Gone the midnight snack at Van's,
The nocturnal walks on the Boulevard,
Fate's slipped men a solar-plexus blow;
The world is cruel and life is hard.
Yet, although fled my former joys,
It's what I've gaihed that counts the most:
Out of the window'with Nietzsche and Mencken,
Back to the Red Book and Satevpost.
No more need I strive to be highly cultured,
Stay away from Chapiln and Buster Keaton,
Spend my money to see "dandida,"
Or try to keep up with G. D. Eaton.
Back to vaudeville and the movies,'
However highbrow critics roast;
To hell with the Dial and the New Republic-
Back to the Red Book and the Satevost!
TOMAS A CELANO.
Gallows-Meat
The dumb waiter who reads your paper over
your shoulder at meals.

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Bathing Suits,, Knit
Coats and Sweaters:
in Tom Wye and
Bradley 'line, all
kinds for men,
ladies and children
Knickers and Breeches in large assort-
ment for ladies and men.
White Duck, Linen and Khaki Trousers,
Sport Suits, Caps, etc.
Hiking Shoes, Wool Socks, Golf Hose,
Leggings, Puttees, Officers' Dress and
Army Shoes, Tennis Shoes, Waterproof
and High-Top Moccasin Pack Shu for
ladies and men.

0. D. Wool, Khaki and 'fine Popli Army Shirts,
of Underwear.

Pongee Dress and Sport Shirts, all kinds

Cravanettes, Rain Coats, Slickers and Ponchos. Reg. Wall Tents, Auto-Touro, "Pup"
and Mosquito Tents; all sizes.
Canoe Blankets, Cushion , Auto.

We see
By our distinguished contemporary,
The Times-News,
That President 'Burton
"Gives Address to Students"
And we think that's nice
Because lots of summer students
Will want to write to him
Next winter
And tell him how every little
Incident is getting on.
We gave an address, ourselves,
At commencement-.
But she hasn't written yet.
CALIGULA.

Robes, Army Blankets

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Knapsacks, Barracks Bags, Canteens, Mess Cans, Grills, Stoves, Serving Sets, "Gold Medal

Camp Furniture;" Cots, Stools,' Tables, etc.

Sur lus Supplies Store, 213 N.4th Avc.
"It pays to walk a few blocks"

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