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L NEWSPAPER OF THE SUMMER SESSION OF
THER~ UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
shed every morning except Monday during the Summer
the Board in Control of Studen~t Publications.
M(EMBER 0OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Lssociated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for re-
mof all news dispatches credited to it or otherwise
a~ this paper and the local news published' therein.
ed at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second

tion by carrier or mail, $z.ga.
Ann Arbor Press Building, Maynard Street.
TBusiness, 96o; ]Editorial, 2414.

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aunications not to exceed Soo 'words,' if signed, the signa-
necessarily to appear in print, but as an evidence of faith,
s of events will be published in The Summer Daily at the
-of the Editor, if left at or mailed to The 'Summer Daily
nsignied communications will, receive no consideration. No
>t will be returned unless the/writer incloses postage. f,
Summer Daily does not necessarily endorse the" sent:-
ressed in the communicatonis.
EDITOR1IAL STAFF
Telephone 2414
[NG EDITrOR ...............LEOW J. 11ERSHDORrZ R
or.......................James B. Young
ts- f
ward A. Donahue Julian Z. Mack
Editor.......................... Jack -D. Briscoe
Editor ................... .........borothy Bennetts,
............H-erbert S.-Case
,ditor........................... .Donald Coney
Editor........................... ..G. D. Eaton
Assistants

B. B utler

S

Leona Horwitz

BUSNESS STAFF
Telephone 960
$SS MANAGER............. ..1{ER0LD C. HUNT
ug................................ Townsend 11. Wolfe
ion .................... .......George W. Rack w?od
s ................ ....................... Lacurence H. Favrot
ioi.............. ...... ....Edward F. Conlin

Assistants
$f. Clark Gibson

nith

Katherine E. Styer

,WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 192~2
Night Eiditor-JULIAN ELLIS MACK'
Assstant-J. A. Billings
IF PASSING OF THE "GIRADE VAMPD"
,nmei- session h~as seen the passing of the
le Vamp." A "Grade Vamp" is that speci-
bf the female contingent in the class room
depends upon smiles, tears, and the utterance
feet~ nothings in the. ear of the more or less
le instructor, for the purpose of performing
heio'mena of obtaining passing. or better
s in a course.
during the summer she is not in evidence.
it is the sober-faced, be-spectacled group of
iinity who hangs breathlessly on the edges of
seats, and keep both feet on the, floor. When
stion is asked, there is no hesitating "Well-a-
heanswer is prompt and complete.
mn on the warmest evenings -the boulevard
but few couples,, and the Huron river is at-
without a canoe. It must Ibe because the Suml-,
session co-educational studejnt is working for
ades. Can,there e any other plausible reas-
THE XWORLDGOES ON
tas the governm1en~t has taken into consid-
n th~e progress1 from bicycle riding to motor-
ding in their new design for special delivery
s, so people universally will- recognize that
an age of progr~ess, and that we can not stay
we are----we must eitherr go backward or for-
Not, only will new, methods and moreef
methods supercede 4ihe old in business,_ but
must also be a change. in the entire social sys-
What we stamp as bolshevism is probably
radical and more advanced way of express-
sires which all people have and which can
riced 'out in a moe sane and sensible manner.
is a stigma attached to the wyord which in.
me~ans little or nothing that would signify
ntemptuous way in which it is used. For aft-
ideas with which we cannot agree are not
y wrong simply becau~se we do not grasp
w point of the other person. Whether these
which are cropping out are going to be work_~
sensibly or whether they will be repressed, in.
Lway as to f orm a canker in the social Sys-
the. couxntry depends entirely on the education
generation of children which is growing up.
y" imbibe the ideas of progress as it is ex-
d by the violent agitators, or if every new
it is shut down as something disgraceful in-
3f being thought out as an adequate solution
ie fallacies of its reasoning discovered, there
[ways be a certain amount of danger from
oroups of dissatisfied individuals. The pur-
,hich education can fulfill then is to recognize
problems and to seek to give to each in-
i1 an understanding of the principles involv-
Iweough such a method alone will there be a
ctory progress.
rowmindedness may be defined as a manus
being impinged by his own social surround-

Ape is next to man in intelligence,:says a pychol-
ogist. We wonder if woman follows the ape.
If a professor comes from Illinois would it be
permissable to call him a "sucker"?
There are only two parts of speech-nomely,
male and female;
-To rest in peace is many a time a grave thing.
...e..f4.l...f.fl.lf.llf..*t fl*f,. . .
THE FRYING PAN
j - flsh n te a.. .
PIRATE .SONG
A Basso-profundo pirate, I1
The scourge of the Spanish Main.
I soak myself in rock and rye;
I hang poor fools from the yard-arm high
'Where the brown sail slants against the sky;
And I raise eternal Cain.
I scuttle a ship for its yellow gold
As I guzzle a peg of gin.
Great Kidd ! What horrible tales are told
Of the clinking burden that freights my hold,
The spoil of depredations bold--'
I am certainly sakd in sin.,
I'll fire my bark, 'the ",Coq d'Or,"
dAnd bury her bones in the sea
Ere I hang in chains at Salvadore
Where the gouty admirals rat and roar.
I'll find me a grave ii the ocean's floor.
It's a watery Hell for me !{
Gallos-Meat
The artistic rabbit who kicks about the way the
campus has been ruined by sidewalks and then cuts
across the grass.
THE DEMON RUBY OF JUDHIPORE.
' Chater III: 'The Fourth Dimension
"-and so he went out into the night," concluded
Bellini Rogers, as he sat in his landlady's -sitting-
room, recounting to her how Ingomnar 'Ten Brock
had rifled Dr. Ventricle's safe of the directions to
the ruby.
Mrs. Plummett sighed and stirred the kettle- of
custard that simmered on -the hob. She was a
fattish, motherly old woman of fifty or a hundred
or so with gold rimmed spectacles., She was drink-
ing hot toddy composed of Jamaica runt and- hot
water.
"hiere, Mr. Rogers," she said, as Rogers blew his
nose into'his pocket handkerchief, ."take somec toddy.
'this turrible fog does get into a body's bones Now
tell me, have you. still got that bit "of paper you
found in West Hal?"
:Here it is,"said Rogers. ' "I showed it to Ser-
geant Jensen- and he said it was, a cloo, but he gave
it back to mrre because he said he. idn' Lnderstand
the'figures _on it, and it might baffle him. ile 'said
hie couldn't afford to be baffled on this cae."
Mrs. PluMmett took aligther swig of toddy and
settled her glasses to examine the torn scrap of pa-
per. "Hmm " she said after a moment. "Did you
sa± Miss Ventricle dsiappeared directl after readO-
ing this, or rather the whole sheet ?"
"So far as I know," replied Rogers. "I was watch-
Ong the' fog at the time-;
*"This tgirrible fog," murmured -Mrs. Plumnmett,.
emptying her glass. "'Mr. Rogers," she continued,
"I can't tell you where Miss Ventricle is, but I can
tell you how she disappeared."
"0, how? How ?" cried Rogers.
"She was spirited away by a power we know lt-
tle about"'~
"Yes-s,? POo on('
"Mr. Rogers, your sweetearf was kidnapped by
the fourth dimension !"
'Bellini Rogers shrank back in his chair, practically
overwhelmed by this blow. He held out his glass
mutely. With rare tact Mrs. Plummett refilled it.
"f ow do you know ?" she asked, setting down the
empty glass.'

"Irecognize the figures on this bit of paper for
.a part of the formula nay poor husband was always
working ever," replied Mrs. Plummett, drying a
tear.' "It's mighty fortunate fotr you1 that this is
only part of the formula, -or else you would have
disappeared ats soon as, yotu had read it."
"But hov will'Kar Putt Singhi and his dastardly
gang materialize .alone ?" questioned Rogers.
"By factoring her out of the unknown with quiad-
ratics, I suppose," replied 'Mrs. Plummett. "T re-
piember my poor husband used to say that a qua<<d-
ratic was the most useful thing one could keep
around the house. And now," sh1e 'continued, "what
are you going to. do ?"
Rogers thought a moment, but only fbr a mcom-
ent, for his keen mind was thoroughly awake to th*
situation.
" I shall go out into the night !" hie cried, waving
his toddy glass. "I shall go out into the night to
se:ek Ka r Pit tSinghl and his crew and rescute
Salome !"
"TBravo !" cheered Mrs. Plutmmett. "And T 5shall
go wvith you and help !"
So the intrepid old lady pult on her bonnet and gol-
oshes anid took up her umblrella. "Stir the rest of
th o d n ot e cit r .A r i~ (r , -csu?"Youl never can tell when you'll need a g)oodl custard.'
And Lord Knows We may not be back for some
time,."
T.;tt1P e i AA clij' trvr cliowrvn, 1 4v t nuke 1~rtr,'

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or-
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