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SUMM VER SES$SION OF
FMICHIGAN
donday during the Summer
lent 'Publications.
ICIATED PRESS
y entitled. to the use for re-
redited to it or otherwise
ews published therein.
Arbor, Michigan, as second

gan.

For Your Summer Readinf

Building, Maynard Street,
itorial, 2414.
cud 300 wiords, if signed, the signa-
i print, but as an evidence of faith,
bli~hed ird The Sumnmer Daily at the
at or 'mailed to The Summer Daily
ns will receive no consideration. No
ess the writer incloses postage.
not necessairily endorse the senti-

Isn't it about time Edison made out a new -set
of questions? The 'last set was entirely success-
ful - everyone'was profoundly stumped.
,fl,....t.e. Bls ~teN.4 .N.tftlN*t.*.H.#fl llt.. . fl~fliNt.N. .flu ...tigs$ "O"O
"THE FRING PANE
" ,-aflash in the Pan.""
Clss-Room Blights
A demon-damsel, Anxious Ann - '
She-helps in classes all she can.;
She studies far into the night'
To set the poor instructor right.
She's bright and helpful every class.
She needs a dose of' poison gas.
Another plague we hate and fear
I s Archibald, the questioneer.
The Chimes ring out our glad release,
But Archie's questions never cease.
Ile holds the class long after hours -
We',d like to deck his grave with flowers.
Andi c Hank the lout has got our goat.
HIe \wipes his feet upon :our coat.
IeI props his brogans on our seat-
lie wins our choice for .Gallows-Meat.
More power to him who expedites
The funerals of these Class-room Blights.

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C NEEGARDESUNDAY DINNER, 90c,

k Gibson Katherine Z. Styer
UI Y , 1922
AN EDLLIS MACK
Bernard Butler
FAN'TIQIJTf" Y
id, apprecia~t that' much
:e of Oxford and Cam-
Lid historical associations
ent butildings. Whei the
rn to either cf these won-
ws that he is about to e#-
1ands ii to become sur-
Lre of associationsg, every
tto those with which e
is about to enter an old
'cultutre, and iron-bound
s are 'fine, yet they, must
nance :of those historical
s, and the fact that they
upa-to-date labor-savng
themselves why life in
than life in' a more od-
;sarily; restricts the"'clien-
ishpuniversities,. and be-
ul if ;they are fulfilling
utniversities, lt ould
a and womren should go
poorer classes. A coun-
educational ,opportunities
difficult for'. Oxford or
itucb indefinite extension
~land~ ipprently lean-:
-ds a greater democracy,
g if 'sdme arrangements
ure t+ enable not only a
vantageo f the opprortu-
lost noble educational in-
1 their 'stutdet bodies they
f Engand who are de-
. There is no doubt but
of great benefit to trig-
aport of Micigan's rul-
e of prodigies except by
sixteen years of age is
arrest of. Dekitt Gar-
forgery.' PTorter started
&v l-o-do family. After
)ol, he entered the U i-
iat the age of thirteen.
Iatnd'lost good positions,
s,,, and has lost all paros-,
.because. of the drug and
o are mere children in'
ss in stuidy to enter;,he'
ih those nmre& mature in
in a position whr they
h they, fail to cope with
t outlaook of youtthfl
tes into tragedies of a
as was the case of Poe,
aingly. ecause they are
t: do things which a

THE 'DEMONRUBY OF JODHPORE
Chapter 'II: The ilfered Blue Book
Bellini Rogers sat in the study of Dr. Ossian
Ventricle fiddling with the torn bit of paper he had
found on the floor of ;West hall after the puzzling
disappearance of Salomne Ventricle. Outside he
could hear the fog eddy"~about the house, while in-
side the sound of a piano tuner plying his nefarious
trade Larose from the drawing-rout'.
Suddenly and soundlessly the green baize dppr
on th~e other side of the room swung open and Dr.,
Ventricle ehtered from the emibalmnery, wipin his
hands.
",Sir," began Rogers, speaking above the din of
the piano tuner, "your dou~gh t r khts isappeared."
"Disappeared !" cried the D otor, owbig his
sandy sideburns with lean fingers... "I had feared
that. Ever since this 'devilish fog I had feared
that. J see you' have an honest face," he contin-
tied. A. poor thing, but your, own. But let lie
tell you, before I say too much, that there is c rseQ
business afoot in Ann Arbor tonight, and un-
less -"'
"I love yggr daughter,"said Bellini Rogers in a
simple tone
"Th.-at is enough a- ? than enough," cried
th'e great embalmer. "Here is the sitation. There
is hidden somewhere in this'house a. aper gonj-
ing directions to the .hiding-place of tte Great Jodh-
F J? ZR by! My life is in constant danger. thrs
than mnyself are searching for these papers, and to,
ghat end my da ter; no doubt, has been abducted.
Eiven now sos ' vi su~s power may tie at work
in this house." He p44AusdTlw sound of a piano
in pain smote their'ears.
rThe, door opened.
1 he l who stood before them was of middle
Height, po*werully bulilt1. with iron-gray hair. He
b ore all the .ear-tm s trade marks, and knife
marks of a , wedish Wel hman, "keep your seats,
gentlemen',"lhe said. "I awi Serg'e nt Jgq on ap
p} eri~on, of Scotland Yard." r
"Scol4'Yard?'" cried Rogers, who hoad read
the ;Sherlock Holmes books.
"Yes," replied th $'rgeant, "whenever there is
any ;mess about a indoa rooky they always send
out a man from Scotland Yhard, you know Now,"
he continued, "'there is nasty wfnk' afoot. Don't
tell mie your story , Scotland Yar 1 knb-A44eyry-
'thing. Besides, I listened at the keyhole."
"Listen !" 'breathed Dr. Ventricle in arresting ac-
cents.' Above the sound of the piano came a muf-
fledbom as if from the next room. "Quick !" he
cried. "To the music room.]"
They burst into the music room Over a heap
of smoking bluebooks before the rifed safe stood'
a tall and sinster figure wrapped in a long black
cloak,lie was pointing a high-powered automatic
right at them.'
"ingomar Ten Brock!"' gasped the Sergeant.
"Arch-fiend of the Nefarious Nine !"
"Your servant," bowed the man with the guin.
"And Gaspard,'the Wolf," he waved toward the
piano tuner.
'Il see it all, now," cried Jenson. "Under cover
.of the piano-tuning you cracked the safe, and pi-
fered it of 'its contents.Have you got the direc-
tions to the rooby ?
"I have' said Ingomar Ten Brock," here in this
noX ~ aP~ n rl srxI1 u4xjua2 Mou puy " ooqanlq
Your daughter, Professor Ventricle, is in the
hands of Ksar Putt, Singh He hopes to make her
divulge the secret, ' But Ii have fooled him. I have
the papers ! I bid you good night."
Followed by Gaspard' the Wolf he disappeared
~out the French wi dow.
"Curse\him, curse him, cursee him !" gritted Jen-
son ap J enp

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ofexperience we unhesitatingly declare,
that no one should be without a residence
burglary insurance policy. Burgljaries
are especially numerous this season of
the 'yeair w12en so many are 'away on
vas~tjoq flFigs. W~e pay for loss of
goods PLd 49,n4afe tq $i~e uijding.
You will fpin:iff iuterpst to ta.lk te
ma tter Aver wit b
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