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TUESD~AY, JUJNE 26, 1923
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ONE OF015'our faithftul contribs-no
other than zekial himself-dropped in
on the Loop in Chicago last: week-end
and dropped us a nloat to the effect
that a new style is in voagin the big
city, vizz, the wearing of wingtip 'col-
*iars as substitute for the "old variety
when going to bizness. Wingtips are,
said to be much cooler as well as giv-
hng fine dignified effect to wearer.
*S peeking of Chicago, we have a new
name for it, which we will confide at
this point in confidenc~e; We would
call it the "Thirsty City." Why, sim-
ply because the result of a lawsuit of
'Sanitary District of Illinois (with is
anotlher way to say Chi.) versus sev-
eral mid-western states, indicates that
the Second City is slowly drinkin the
hull great -lakes sstem dry. The
Court has grant~ed a injunktion against
further heavy drinking on part of Chi-
cago, wich however is taking the case
to the supreme court
Watch for the "Great Jool Mystery."
Pink ribbon fiction.
Dear Tarick: I overheard a ben-
evolent old gentlemen asking a young
collich man out at Whitmore Lake the
other nite where he learned to swim.
"I the 'water, sir," he 'said. I sug-
'gest that every effort be made to se-
cure him as contrib' to the Coloumn.
A reports has been /despatched
for the purpose and tenants, have been
warned to discontinue the dumpin' of
garbage on the lot, dear Rakio.
There was 'a YOUNG GIRL from Mad-
Whose 'BIKE slid amiss on the skid,
The BIKE it was broken,
AND WORDS they were spoken,
We're sorry she did,,but she DID.
THlE PARALLEL GENTLE)TAN.
"Your honor," said the foreman of
the Irish jury, "we find the man who
stole the horse 'not guilty'.", Where-
upon he sat down with dignity anid the
Court nodded approvjngly. This hap-
pened in Ireland).' Rannigan.
Wich reminds us of the Irish orator
'who when he had a head of cabbage
thrown at him, 'said,, "Pardon me, lad-
ies and gentlemen, there has, heen
some misunderstanding. I asked for
your ears, not your heads."
This doggone temperature is "turni-
be for an editorial in the Daily?
' L. AL S.
IRear L. M. S.-We showed above to
head of Editorial dept. and, hie said as
,an edit it ,would be a nockout, a shear
rockout. Vifin I saw how good
he thought it was I decided 1 had bet-
ter ,keep it for readers of theClumn.
Yours for service, ED.
BY REfENTS. CT
NEW PLAN WILL TIRNG RiEADS
OF OiL)D1EPARTMIENTS INTO
CORPS OF PHYSICIANS
TO BE DOUBLED IN SZE
Full Time Woman Doctor Will Be
Employed; (i22 Treated Last
Correlation of 'the University Health
Service and the Clinical departments.
of the medical school, for the pur-
pose of affording better protection for
the health of University students, was
voted by the Board of Regents at its
last meeting of the college year.
Studnts Not Clinic Material
It was specifically~ provided that
students will not becoe material for
clinical examinations, but that the
new plan will baring into the Health
Service heads of departments who
are considered experts in thir res-
pective fields. q:
Under the old plan, a full time, ro-
tating system of service was in effect.
It was found that the work was too
strenuous for a small staff and the
new plan of shorter hours and a larg-
er staff was thought advisable. The
plan also provides that a full time
woman physician will be retained by
the Health Service.
The members of the staff uinder the
new plan will be fellows in the de-
partmients which they .represent, ap-
pointed by' the head oif that depart-
mnent in conjunction with the chif of
thme Health Service. "The staff miem-
ber .wll have the privilege, in im-
portalt cases to call upon his chief
for advice. The part timer plan will
practically double the size of the staff
of the, Health Service, and will chn-
inate the necessity 'of long office
622 Csired for at Inifirmay
During the past year 422 cases were
treated at the Health Service infirm-
ary. This -was the first time that an
infirmary has been attempted in te
University and it has been pronounc-
ed a success by the Health Service
-authorities, the number of 'students'
cases sent to the Yniversity hospital
this; year being,'70 per cent of t ose oi
GRAHAM'S-Both Ends of the Diagonic
"Michiganl's Favorite College Songs"
-Don't go home without a copy.
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Aun Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-
6:00o'a.m., 7:00 a.m., 8.oo 'a~m,, 9:05
a.m. and hourly to g:o5 p.m.
Jackson rExpresij Cars (local stops
west of Ann Arbor)-9,:47 a.m.~, and
every two hours to 9:47 p.m.
Local; Cars East Bound--7 :oo a.m.'
anfl every two hours to 9 :0o p.m~.,
i i :oo p~m. To Ypsilanti only- i 1 :40
p.m., 1:15 a.m.
To Saline-Change at Ypsilanti.,
Local Cars West Bound-7 :50 a.m,
12: lo P.M.
Tos Jackson and Kalama~oo - Lim-
ited cars &:47,1 10:47 a.m., 1247, ,2.47,
To Jackson and Lansing- Limited.
at 8:47 P.m.,
_ Dyers, Pre:
ON C DAY SERVIC
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Rackets Our Linej
Welcome to "Ann. Arbor.
We 'knowl that you "are
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be a democracy. America can't
nk in democratic terms. America
,11 thinks in terms of privilege and
ssession and position and social
lque. *America must learn to thinik
other terms than those and it has
ong task. Life today in America is
great, tremendous, spiritual adven-
e. Life in America must find guid-
ce for that adventure especially in
"I say the greatest danger to the
nerican college today is that it will
drawn into thie common ' life, and
ke the standards of our common life
its own. Some people believe that
telligence is a thing you can have,
at you can get and keep and that it
mnes down out of the, past, that it is
nded down by the teacher, that it
mes from a. book and is there to be
len. It is not. Thinking, or intel-
once, is a think you must do, it is
. ativity, it is a function of the
.man spirit, it is something that man
n must undertake if they are to
ve guidance of life."
Dr. Meiklejohn is one of the many
ogressive educators in this country
o believes in an "honest and thor-
g~h teaching of the social sciences,
ich means a knowledge of how peo-
3are to live together on this crowd-
earth. This involves a study of the
vantages and disadvantages of pres-
t governments, and a frank anid gen-
ine discussion of socialism and kia-
etheories~. It means an open-eyed
ognition of many worldly ills, and
i is just what bigoted con servatism
afraid to allow. So for expressing
%dical" views (just what that term
Sas we do not know), and for at-
oipting to carry out his liberal pro-
aim, the trustees of Amherst have
,missed their courageous president
Another skirmish,'between the die-
rdconservatists and ' the' liberal,
ogressive educators occurredl near-
home when, about a month° ago,'
esident David Friday, of the M~ich-
un Agricultural College, formery
ofessor of economics here, was oust-
because he attempted to rid the'
~te institution of its multifarious
The timne is not far off when the
vial sciences will receive the prom-
ant and open-minded attention that
y deserve and the couragous exam-
es of such men as Meklejohn and
-day are not in vain for they serve
focus the public attentioni upon
most distressing situation.
going to .
enjoy this, term.
for pure foods and
the' most enjoyable
BREAKFPAST' Served 7i9 :30)
DINNER Served 11-1
SUPPER Served 5.7..
No Sunday Breakfast
711 N.:,UNIVERSITY AVE.-NEXT TO ARCADE TI
I .. -
Thinkl I'll look at a Centigrade ther'-
mometer for a while an'. cool off.
Or else go out an' get struk by
lightning oer summp 'n. TARICK.
page 31r. Smith
Here is a' case for Mr. Al Smith of
Noo. York, Vizz, ,first they took beer
lightwines and other drinkables away
from Chicago' an' now they'r'e taken
their water- too! Any 'suggesttions
fromt Mr. Smith or, our esteemed !coun-
tryman in Chi. Help! Help!
Sir Ignatz advise us, that "bein'
merely a peacelovin' Catholic, Al Smith
has nothin' to. Peer from the Koo
KMucks Klan, but the Salvation Army
-who knows? They mite send a pla-
toon or so agenst him."
On t h!e.C am pus
At the Press Bldg.
Removed Permanently by'
Electro- Cosmetic Service
Having hogged thus much space to
safeguard sivilization (Washington, D.
C., papers please copy) we will pro-
ceed without-further adue to the works
of our contnibs. ...
Sir : You have been at my boarding
houjse yesterday noon.' One of the
fellows was .wiping his kn~fe. on the
table-cloth when 'the landlady, pounc-
ing upon him, demanded: "It that watl
you do at home?" And he replied,
"No, we have clean knives at home."
He ate in comparative quiet after that,
as did the landlady. How would this
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FOUJR GIENERATIONS SEE
ONE OF lFA1XIY EGRADUATE
Representatives of four gen-
erations of one family were seat-
ed in the stands at Ferry Field
Commencement morning to w~it-
ness the graduation of Marian
Hall Weller, a senior in the lit-
The quartette, who all lived ,
in Hillsdale were Mrs. Fink,
grandmother of the graduate,
Mrs. Lyons, her mother, Mrs.
Vr__.. 11.cicho a d iffla Pa
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