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t a t 43a i g
EWSPAPER OF THE SUMMER SESSION OF
HE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
every morning except Monday during the Summer
Board in Control of Student Publications.
MBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
iated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for re-
all news dispatches, credited 'to it or otherwise
e paper and the local news published therein.
t the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as"second
n by carrier or mail, $1.50.
an Arbor Press Building, Maynard Street.
usiness, 96o; Editorial, 2414.
ations not to exceed 300 words, if signed, the signa-
arily to appear in print, but as an evidence of faith,
events will be published in The, Summer Daily at the
he Editor, if left at or mailed to The Summer Daily
ed communications will receive no consideration. No
1 be returned unless the writer incloses postage..-
ner Daily does not necessarily endorse the senti-
d in the communicatonis.
EDITORIAL STAFF
Telephone 2414
CDITOR...............LEO J. HERSHDORFER
. James B. Young
A. Donahue Julian 1±. Mack
r ....Jack D. Briscoe
r. .Dorothy Bennetts
...Herbert S. Case
. .......Donald Coney
r................ ..............G. D. Eaton
Assistants
Butler Leona Horwitz
BUSINESS STAFF
Telephone 960
:ANAGER .................HFEROLD C. HUNT
........ ................Townsend H. Wolfe
............................George W. Rockwood
.............................Laurence H. .Favrot
..............E....dward F. Conlin

is puerile. May their 1922 trip be as
as have those of past years !

For Your Summer Reading

Assistants
E . Clrk Gibson

Katherine E". Styer

TURDAY, JULY 8, 1922
itor-HOWARD A. DONAHUE
stant-W. Bernard Butler
GAMBLER'S FAMILY
is a nice game. 'housands of en-
are even now looking forward with
t to the coming battle between our
le Mr. Dempsey and the gentleman
$ irresistibility, Mr. Wills. Some of
.lready betting among themselves as
of the fight. Others are seeking the
n th4 champion and his contender,
of better placing their money.
devotees of the ring are talking,
iving for the coming contest, their
probably secretly praying. Pray-
lay not be among the number who
le to suffer as the result of money
:r prize fight.
ike.h6rse races, are seldom, if ever,
>ns for those who promote them or
ey placed on them. Someone must
meone is not only the one who does
also his' family.
has been prohibited in the United
form of amusement can hardly be
tore objectionable than a prize fight.
t prize fighting is now a science, and
gging battle that is used to be. We
:ample in the last war of- what one
: fighting will lo: It is more punish-
style. Men pay hard earned money*
teir own kind battle with each other,
ned money as to who wijl stand up
aishin~g blows of his opponent the
ot difficult to dupe the public, if they
think, by aousing their animal in-
y are, having a good time., But it is
that it is, the wife theimother, or
the fight fan who pays the penalty
>m.
P. A. AND GOOD ROADS
a Pike's association is of great bene-
of Michigan-and some people can-
its work. The association is com-
who are interested in their state,
>rovement through the improvement
hey are men who realize that there
:tor so important to the welfare of
highways, and they are willing to
4eir valuable time to interesting the
iigan in the movement for -better
few years the association has con-
.1 tour, with thirty or forty cars, cov-
not only in this state but in Mi-
sin, and 'Ontario as well. zAt each
:hedule they would stop, give a con-
ord band which accompanied them,
road speeches to the people of the
he receptions they received in On-
greater than in Michigan. Some
criticized the good road advocators
on a pleasure jaunt and burning up
a they were influential in having
:cism is foolish, and those who are
t can hardly be called desirable cit-
sure that the members of the asso-

HUMANIZING CORNELL'
Alumni of the Cornell university, though they
resent the implication that the Cornell of the past
lacked the humanizing element, should welcome
heartily the donation which it has received at the
instigation of one of its alumni. Major Williard
D. Straight before his death, expressed a wish that
his wife use her- ample means to "do such things
for Cornell as she may think most fitting to make
the same a more human place." This she is at-
tempting to do by having donated one million dol-
lars to Cornell for a recreational center, which will
provide roams, billiard tables, lounges, cafeteria,
offices for student organizations, a theater to foster
activites of the dramatic club, sleeping rooms for
visiting alumni, a memorial room, and various other
features.
Michigan realized this need long ago, and is now
reaping the benefits of a very similar organization,
the Michigan Union, which serves' as a center of ac-
tivities ?and means of bringing students closer to-
gether, and of socializing their affairs. To the
uninitiated freshman college always seens a place
lacking in humanity, but this feeling departs as he
becomes acclimated to his surroundings, and finds
friends among his classmates. An institution
which would enable him to do this in a shorter per-
jiod of time should be thrice blessed.
........... ...........~fl........Y(. ..................
'T HE FRYING PA N
"--a-flash in the Pan."
Personally Mentioned
We are unhappy to say, that, owing to a strange
And totally unforseen accident,
The marriage of Miss Dorothy Blight and Arthur
Blather
Has been postponed.
The biidegroom, shortly before high noon,
Making his ,way towvard St. P olycarp's
Became' stuck in the sun-softened asphalt
Of- Paradise Road.
His shrieks attracted the attention of
Old, Mr. Porritt' who was pruning his rhododen-
drons,
And who,-being slightly deaf, summoned the fire
department.
Young Blather -was rescued practically intact,
The ceremony was postponed,
Because of the indisposition of the bride
But rain checks were given the guests.
Today's Feuileton
"Where's the fire ?' asked Hannibal Smith, as we
hastened to ohr ec lecture. Hannibal is usually that
way, getting off some brilliant bon mot. We threw
onthe brakes and skidded along beside him, not car-
ing or not whether we disappointed the prof.
"I see in the paper," begins Hannibal, "that there
is a little town in Pennsylvania as was baptized
Bryan after the great protector of the ape. It seems
they've struck natural gas in the vicinity, and a
group of patriotic minded citizens have got together
and, formed the 'Bryan Natural Gas. Company-
.Limited'.",
S"Right-o," says we, being hazy with thoughts
of the ec lecture, and not suspecting the possible
debacle of Hannibal's wit.
Hannibal giggled. "But why 'limited' ?" says he.
Hannibal's family carries a large insurance on his
person.
Rondeau In Installments
In the salad days:
This is a job I've not essayed
Before, but boldly in I wade,
And if the well known muse will lend
- Her help, I may get this thing 'penned
Before the summer flowers fade.

IBoGRAHAM'S
~1 Both stores

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PANAMA AND STRAW HATS
CLEANED THE RIGHT WAY
Prices for cleaning Panamas $1.25 up.
Prices for stiff straws......75 'up.
We do only high class work.
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 PACKARD STREET
Telephone 1792
DETROIT UNITED LINES
- . TIME TABLE
Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars--6:oo
a. m., 7:oo a. n., 8:oo a. in., 9:0o a. m. and
hourly to. 9:05 p., m.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops of Ann,
Arbor)-9:47 a. in. and every two hours to
9:47 P. in.
Local Cars, East Bound-'S :5 a. in., 7 :00
a. m. and every two hours to '9:oe p. in.;
t x :oo p. m., To Ypsilanti only-i x :'4o p. in.,
12:23 a. in., inis a. m..
To Saline, change at -Y silanti.
Local Cars, West Boun-7:o a.' M., 2:40
p. in.
To Jackson and Kalamazoo-Limited cars:.
8:47, 10:4 7, a.'in.;- 12:47, 2:47, 4:47-P.I)
To Jackson And Lansing-Linited: :47
p. in.
YOU WILLFIND THE
Farmers
and Mechanics Bank
A pleasant, conven-
ient and SAFE place
to transact your
business.
TWO OFFICES:
101-105 South Main St.
330 South State St.
Nickels' Arcade
Member of the Federal Reserve

TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NIGH
DANCING PAVILIO

Fischer's First Orchestra

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Summer Students-
Secure your supplies at

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STUDENT'S SUPPLY STOR
1111 South University Avenue
Miaterials for All Colleges

New Things for
Vacation Time
This' shop offers sugges-
tions that will, make your
vacation a pleasure.
Puyear & Hintz
328 South H'ain

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arteries begin to harden:I
I started this, a gay young blade;-
Now I am old and bent and greyed.
How much more time must I expend?
This is a job!

The coffin companies send him advertisements:
A doddering dotard in the shade,
-Once more, 0 Muse, I beg for aid.
A different task this time I send:
To bfing the darn pome to an end,
Now that my debt is fully paid-
This is a job!
TOMAS A CELANO.
"I'll bet Jimmy is marrying you for my money,"
her father told her.
She was shocked at the thought. "Why, father!
He said he loved me for my own account."
Gallows-Meat'
The postal demon who borrows enough stamps to
,mail a special delivery.
The Lawyer Joke
"The case has been decided in my favor."
"Ah, then I suppose you will be taking that trip
to Zurope now?"
"No, my lawyer sails this week."
It 'is. understood that as a tribufe to Professor
Hobbs' service in volcano psycho-analysis, the em-
peror of Yap has presented him with a young na-
tive volcano.

Knickers and Breeches in Palm Beach, Linen, Khaki, 'Serge,
for Ladies and Men. White Duck, Linen and Khaki Trou
Hiking Shoes, Wool Sockx, Golf Hose. Leggings, Puttees, Officers' Dresi
Army Shoes, "KEDS," Waterproof and High-top Moccasin Pack Shu for
and men.
O. D. Wool, Khaki and fine Poplin Army Shirts, Pongee Dress and Sport S
All kinds of Underwear.
Cravanettes, Rain Coats, Slickers, Ponchos and Rubber B
All kinds, All Sizes, at Popular Prices.
Reg. Wall, Army Squad and Mosquito I
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"Gold Medal Camp Furniture" Cots, Stools, Tables, Stoves, Gri
ing Sets, Mess Cans, Canteens, Barracks' and Water Bags,
Shovels, Axes, etc.

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