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THE CAMPUS BARN
Report of the plan to raze the old Engineering
building is greeted with pleasure by those people
who are looking forward to the improvement of the
campus. Thsi will not only make a remarkable
difference in the appearance of the new Library but
also of that entire side of the campus. The fact
that there is a necessity for the 1emoval of this
building to protect the new Library from fire risk
is a pleasant reminder of the hazardous position in
which Betsy Barbour is placed by its 'proximity to
the tottering West Hall. It is an unpleasant mem-
ento of the fact that the science of building has
progressed rapidly since the days of its construc-
tion, when the subject of ventilation was not so
often discussed as now, nor considered a necessary.
factor in any class room. The soft pine staircases,
wooden lathed walls, and soft wood floorings would
not only support a conflagration but because of their
age and the lack of any fire. fighting appliances
seemingly invite one. The fact that Betsy Barbour
is so situated as to be instantly exposed to a fire
from West Hall of course should not be taken into
consideration. It is only a dormitory 'and consL-
quently can demand no appreciation. The fact re-
mains however that it is a wonderful donation whose
appearance is entirely spoiled by the front end be-
ing hidden by a building little more artistic than
a barn, thereby not onlydarkening the livingi rooms
but making them entirely incongruous with the fine-
ness of the place.'
West Hall is not only a trap in case of fire arid
a menace to the dormitory behind it, but is also an
unsanitary classroom building and an eye sore on
Now that Illinois is showing her state's rights,
we wouldn't be surprised to hear that California
has declared war on Japan.
"Half a League! Half a League !" was not writ-
ten concerning the League of Nations, but it seems
that it should have been.
From accounts, Russia must be a hell of a place;
and from deductions, Lenine must be a devil of
' "a ..
DETROIT UNITED LINES
" Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Mastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:oo.
a. n., 7:oo a. M., 8:o a. m., g:oo a. m. and
hourly to 9:o05 p. M.
Jackson E xpress Cars (local stops of Ann.
Arbor)-9 :47 a."m.C and every two hours to
9:47 P. M.
Local Cars, East Bound-5 :55 a. m., 7:o0
a. m. and every two hours to 9:. p. m.;
z i:oo p.- m. To 'Ypsilanti onty- I x:4o p. in.,
To Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars, West= Bound!"7 :5o a. M., 2:40
To Jackson and Kalamazoo-Limited cars:
9:47, 0:47, a. i.;.12:47, 2:47,4:47 P. .
To Jackson and Lansing-Limited: 8:47
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oward A. Donahue Julian E. Mack
* Editor-... - . ................Dorothy Bennetts
1 Board..............Herbert S. Case, Elizabeth Nylund
Editor....................-.........G. D. Eaton
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PANAG-A AND, STRAW HATS
CLEANED THE RIGHT' WAY
Prices for cleaning Panamas $1.25 up.
Prices for stiff straws.......75 up
We 'do only Vigil class work.
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 PACKARD STREET
BRING YOUR IDEAS TO THE
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM
We will make use of them and the best
leather to make your shoes. Bring Your
repairs to our factory at 534 FOREST
Only 60c a quart
Katherine E. Styer
B. watson Shoesmiith
ATURDAY, JULY 15, 1922
Editor--JULIAN ELLIS MACK
Assistant--R. C. Trotter
Now-a-days that rip in a man's trousers
that he is a bachelor.
is no sign
THE HUMAN 'PEST
N. W. Corner Main and Huron St.
707 N. University Ave.
KNICKERS AND B
For ladies and men
.y the hammer of Thor descend upon the empty
of those who are continually disagreeing mere-
r the selfish satisfaction, if there is any satis-
>n, of creating an argument or of airing their;
is type is no stranger in our midst, for ex-
anal is' the class that is not often bored by the
ne contentions of such an individual. And
does it bring to one? Certainly not popularity,
uch a character is regarded with about as
i pleasure as is the girl who whines; both
are pathetic. And the most provoking thing
: the chronic "disagi;eer" is that he or she does
lisagree for the purpose of improving their,
il capacity, which apparently is in sore need of
gement, but rather for, contradiction.
cou-se questions are permissible if a medical
:ssor states that the masseter' is where the
us maximus ought,. to' be or a philosophy in-
:or maihtains that the philosophy of Harold
Wright is comparable to that of Dante's. But
is the exception for professors and instructors
s a rule better versed in their line than are
:udents which they teach. All concerned would'
nefited if the "child prodigies" would observe
naxim that children should be seen and not.
1-unless called upon.
HE DIPLOMATIC RADCLIFFE GIRLS
e survey of the magazines recently reportedr
by the juniors and seniors of Radcliffe college
sed some astounding facts either regarding
eracity of the people in question or the ichange
eir likes and preferences since their advent
college. The five most popular magazines
given in the order that they were preferred
vere as follows: Atlantic ILonthly, Literary
t, National Geographic, Saturday Evening
and Life.. Ninety-five per cent of the Rad-
girls read the advertisements, some because
are "attractive and clever," some because they
curious to see if there is anything they should
o buy," and others for a "study in psychol-
It seems doubtful that they should read the
tisements in the Atlantic Monthly, the Literary
t, the National Geographic, or Life for the
reasons, especially for the one that is un-
edly uppermost in young girls' minds-"cur-
> see if there is anything they should like to
is may differ the country over but it would
e too presumptious to suppose that the reason
tlantic Monthly was given as the most popu-
as due to very good diplomacy on the part of
t.dcliffe girls, and not a true statement of
American inconsistencyE-Ellis Island
Statue of Liberty.
1Silk stockings cover a multitude of
Nothing succeeds like bluff!
In Khaki, Palm Beach,' Linen, Gabai
etc., for outing or riding. LE
Puttees, Golf Hose, Shoes,
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THE FRYING PAN
-a flash in the Pan."'
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Near the end of the week
When we feel as though we had been
Run through a wringer
And got mixed up
In the cogs,
We can't salt the fleeting idea,
Nor make rimes track.
So we are driven
To standing rose
To fill up space.
Also in Khaki and Linen
Fine Shirts in Poplin, Pong
O. D. Army
It's hard to serve
good foods all the
time, but the
manages to do it.
It's still harder
to serve them
ed here, too.
Upstairs i n Nickles Ar ca d e
Large assortment in wool, all .sty
men, ladies and child
Tents, Camp Furniture, Stoves
Equipment, Cushions, Arm
What do you suppose the frazzeled
did before free verse was invnted?
213'N. Fourth Avenue
He's So Dumb He Thinks That
The Volstead Act is on the Keith Circuit.
Ethelstane Lancaster is one of those errors who get
all enamoured with jokes like "My uncle is suffer-
ing from an attack of gout," to which Flub or Dub
or She replies, "Ah, Canadian Club-foot !"
That ought to set Ethelstane's character pretty
well in your mind, so that when we recount the fol-
lowing you won't fail to believe it.
One festive day, having received the family con-
tribution to his preservation, he was smitten with
the unaccountable desire to commence a bank ac-
count. He picked out a likely looking bank and
crashed 'the bronze portals.
"What can I get for this' money?" he asks the
guardian angel behind the bars.
"Four per cent," pipes hizzoner.
Ethelstane was locoed with an idea for his con-
tribution to American humor. "Well," howls he,
"Gimme two cases!'
Colleges are doing now with a sheepskin what an
ass once did with a lion's skin.
"Ahem. Sir, the Lyon's are calling."
"Splendid, show them into the den."
"It's a girl !"
"Dammit! And I sold the porch swing this
a. . . . .. 4 ~ ~
It pays to walk a
35 DAY TO
girls in general it appears that
y buy are those similar in con-
air or Good Housekeeping. Of
of this type does not necessarily
eading, but nevertheless it seems
al and more in demand for the
loes the Atlantic Monthly. How-
.,,..I l' ~
Speaking With Authority
of experience we unhesitatingly declare
that no one should be without a residence
burglary insurance policy. Burglaries
are especially numerous this season of
the year when so many ,are away -on
vacation trips. We pay for loss of
goods and damage to the building.
You will find it of interest to talk the
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us, Constantinople, A
Fast American, Twin-Screw, 15,000 to
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Accommodations reserved for
east and west bound passenger
D ir e c t connections to Sp;
Swiss, Italian, and Near East I
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