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MANAGING EDITOR '.
HOWARD A. DONAHUE
ors ..........Edward J. Higgins
..Paul L.. Einstein:
eideman Theodore I. Chryst
Roai I Frenger.
Andrew . FPropper
Telephone 6 o
UWSINESS MANAGER .
. BFAUMONT PARK
-.Hiel M. Rockwell
... . . ... D.. L. Pierce
~.A. S. , Morton
..John C. Haskin
E. C.. Lampe.
* George Stracke
'NESDAY, JUNE 27, 1923
tor-HOWARD A. DONAHUE
atinued from 'Page One)
ipossible to revolutionize any
hrough madly rusing at an
goal, gleaming with success
rface but underneath, a ast
f unexplored tribulations.
ElLING THE CAT
e edict-in a small Massachu-
n dictates that all cats must
Is. The townspeople desire
tard the birds and squirrels
ree-clad locality and so have
ised between allowing pussy
around /.slaying a it goes,
eeing the death of all cats..
at serve as mousers and rat-
many thousands of dollars
to proprietors of stores, fac-
td warehouses and more than
for the loss in wid life. It
owever, that these felines are
pacious bird slayers despite
ocent, wide-eyed .mildness.
edy adopted in this town is
r than the wholesale poison-
, domestic animal
ainly is too bad that undesir-
an beings cannot be similaily
> that others ight libe fore-
gainst the pests of society
'O INSURE KEA IHL
ng .the necessity for expert,
i caring for the health of a
body of 10,000, the Board of
has decided that it is advis-
expand the scope of tle Uni-,
Eealth Service and to annex
resent staff, again. as many
doctors, including the depart-
heads of the' Miedical school,
in their respective fields.
.portant relation betwee good
ad efficient study has always
:ognzed but no attempt has
le until noW to adequately in-
he facilities for proper treat-
student patients. Routine
lt, diagnosing, and examina-
,e lowered the reputation of
.th Service to the extent that
embers of the University have
d their ailments rather than
: the machine-like treatment
at the hands of the physic-
the addition of so many men
taff, it should be possible for
dividual to receive the proper
attention whenever' necessary.
6t essential to maintain effici-
,tment of patients if Univer-
lents are not to resort entirely
4 IT PAYS to capitolize on publicity'
and to this modern ,principle we owe
a nippy little selection- .
Today's Song, Hit
"All by Myself," by The Lone Kid.
Izzy: Just the poy I vas after,
Abie. I vas looking =for a little financ-
Abe (Wrathfully) I'll show you if
I'm a sucker, a feller could go too far
mit his foolishness. A Reader.
Speakin' of finances, we had a letter,
from a famous campus figger this
morning, Lou the Loose-Paper Col-
lector, in fack, saying that the public
would be pleased to hear "that his
business was pickin' up."
Right here we'd like to tell you the
story about the crude petroleum, but
it isn't refined.
Today's Winner of the Gooseflesh'
Prize to Collich Comics
"Want a ride?....Whoa
Dimme a tiss...... . No.Whoa
Det out... .Diddap."
Dear Tarrick:A recent issue of the
Washtenaw Post of-this city leads me
to suspect that somebodies got a case
of "gimmes" around here. The follow-
ing three headlines appeared on page
"WXant Drinking Water at Bathing
"Wants Ordinance to Take Care of
"Want Dust Laid on Whitmore Lake
Incidentally I would advise that
there is enough dust laying on Whit-
more road right now. L. M1. S.
Dear Tarick: Why is the phrase,
"Yes, *e have no bananas" like a head
of hair? RAKIO.
P. S.-Givup? Because it grows on
Dear . Tarick: Some strange man
has been following me home from my
class in Library Management every
day. How can I stop him from pursu-
ing me? Della Teerius.
My dear Della: Let him catch' up
with you. Ed.
Servant (dashing in): A young
man is running away with your daugh-
Father: What's he runnings for?
West Moline Jottings
Si Perkins he . has took to raisin'
pigs for' a livin' an' dropped in the
offices of the Daily Despair hyar yes-
tiddy to tell Hank Smoot (the editar)
awl abaout it. But Hank lives over
near Si Perkinns place an' he told Si
thet it was no news to him as he had
got wind of it early that morning.
Perspective passengers are notified
thet next week's train will run on
Daylight Saving Time.
Have you read "Wrigley on the New
It's quite a book, we are consum-
the first chapter at present, wich bares
the title: Gum, the Tissue builder.
Glancing ahed we notice that the
next chapter is called: Gum versus
There's much to be said for both
sides from our point of view-and the
futther the point tehe better.
Aids Yost Here
"Germany" Schultz is back at Mich-
igan again, this time as an instruc-
tor in the summer coaching school,
headed by Coach Fielding H. Yost.
"Michigan's Favorite College Songs"
-Don't go home without a copy.
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and kxpress Cars-
6:oo a.m., 7 oo a.m., 8.oo a.m., 9:05
a.snL and hourly to 9:05 P.m.'
Jackson Express Cars (local stops
west of Arm Arbor)-9 :47 a.m.,' and
every two hours to 9:47 P.m.
Local Cars East Bound-7 :oo a.m.
and every two hours to o:o P.m.,
i i :oo p.m. To Ypsilanti -only - z :4o
p.m., 1:15 a.m.
To Saline--change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-7 :5ta.m.,,
To Ja'ckson and Kalamazoo - 1I r-
ited cars 8:47, Io:47 a.' zi2:47, 2.47,
To Jackson and Lansing - Limited
at 8:47 P-m.
WE' WISH to announce
to the general pulic
that we are keeping open
this summer. We solicit
14th Annual Season Nights 25-50-75c-$1
THE BONSTELLE CO.'
in the Dashing, Sparkling Comedy
"TO THE LADIES"
Next Mon.-"THE GREEN GODESS"
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AY SERVICE ON REQUEST
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Text Books and Supplies for All College
GRAHAMS Both End of the Diagona
Some,colleges have been called "de-
gree mills" because they seemed to
turn out batches of graduates with the
monotonous uniformity of stamping-
machines. In a different way, Antioch
College, Ohio, accentuates the affilia-
tion between a college and a factory.
A gift has been made to the college
to enable it to establish small indus-
tries in buildings adjoining the col-
lege. The students may find employ-
ment therein; the faculty will main-
tain an advisory relation, and the col-
lege i§ to have a share in the profits.
It is the idea of those behind the en-
terprise to combine cultural studies
with courses in business administra-
If the vocational does not monopol-
ize the academic training, such a sci-
ence should work out satisfactorily.
To some extent it has -been tried in
Philadelphia, with the part-time em-
ployment of high school pupils in de-
partment stores. . It has worked well
in Cincinnati. Certainly anything that
enlarges the number of opportunities
open to students to work their way
through college or school is a public
service of magnitude. In so far as
college education is expensive, aristo-
cratic, exclusive, it is un-American.
A plan that niakes the college itself
as well as the student self-supporting
is doubly to be commended.-Phila-
delphia Public Ledger'
TUTTLES' LUNCH ROOMD
Winken and' Blinken and Nod, one night,
Sailed out for a dish that would nourish,
Sailed to a fountain-said "Connor's! That's right!
Its rich and It's pure and it's MORE-ISH".
508S EAST WILLIAMS
ICE CREA M
This hot weather you should
eat lightly, but still have
good food values.'We serve
cool crisp salads and de-
licious desserts. Meet your
Connor's Ice Cream certainly "tat
like more." The' reasons are easy
find: finest materials fresh from
own sources of supply-an unbea
ble recipe-a never varying stand
Demand CONNOR'S by name
for its purity, its richness,
Its delicious flavor.
BREAKFAST Served 7-9:30
DINNER Served 11-1
SUPPER Served 5-7
No Sunday Breakfast
ICE CREAM C
AS OTHERS SEE USG
Americans have for some years pastt
taken an unaccustomed interest in
European economic conditions. Tot
few of us, however, has it occurredf
that people in Europe are studying
developments in this country with
fully as keen an interest. A French
society for economic news and invest-l
igations has recently published. a
bulletin on the trend of business and
industry in the United States. It rec-
ognizes the high degree of prosperity
which we are now enjoying, but does
not fail to point out the worm in the
bud. This lies in our too rapid infla-
tion of~prices and wages. The bulletin
indicates in detail the lines of Amer-
'ican industrial aetivity in which the
temporary demand has been so press-
ing that production has been speeded
up regardless of coat. Comparing our
economic policy with that of Great
Britain, the conclusion of these French
inquirers is that the United States is
producing- a great quantity of goods,
but at prices too high to permit of
competition in world markets. "Even
in a country with the immense extent
of America, which might seem to be,
sufficient tO itself, production cannot
with impunity be stimulated by arti-
This French bulletin was written
before the recent signs of a check to
our rapidly expanding industry. But.
this itself was predicted, by the French
economic writers. They understood
perfectly that a too swift and unreas-
onable rise of prices would entail its
own remedy in the shape of slacken-
ing demand. There are, sums up the
bulletin, in all countries, no matter
with what barriers they seek to sur-
round 'themselves, economic laws to
which they must in the end submit.
"It is not only in the United States
During his undergraduate days
"Germany" played football on the Var-
sity squad in the years '04, '05, '07,
and '08, 'being selected' by Walter
Camp for his all-American team and
as center on his All-time all-Ameri-
can squad as well. "'Football author-
ities are agreed that "Germany" was
the greatest center who ever played
football. He also is center on Coach
Yost's all-time Michigan squad.
Since his college days the giant
All-American has coached at Wiscon-
sin, Michigan, Kansas Aggies, and Tu
lane, and is now head coach at the
University of Detroit, during the reg-
ular school year.
WHAT'S GOINGI ON,
4:00-Open house at Harris hall.
C HEALTH SERVICE OPEN I
DURING SUMXER SESSION
All students in the' University 1
summer sesson will be allowed
the privileges of the University
Health Service located at the
corner of Washtenaw and Vol-
land avenue which will be open j
f from 8 to 12 o'clock on- week-
days, 8 to 12 o'clock on Satur-
days, and from 11 to 12 o'clockj
I on Sundays throughout the ses-
sion. Free medicinal service is
I given to all students who care to
take advantage of it.
Physicians are available at all
times 'and can, be secured by j
I calling the Health Service infirm-
'ary, 'University 186-M.
Dancing at Jim Burke's Pavilion,
Whitmore Lake, Wednesday, Friday
and Saturday. Also July 4th, after-
noon and evening.-Adv.
l! a ~
Good Tele phone Service
The Manager of your Telephone Exchange is responsible
for a good business relationship between you and the.
He is responsible to you for the proper billing for your ser-
vice. In spite of the many safeguards used throughout the
telephone billing system, erros and misunderstandings
sometimes occur, but when they do, the Manager wants to
know about them and to correct them. You never will find
In case of error, take your bill to the manager. If he is absent,
there are in his department trained men and women who
will receive you courteously and will adjust any misunder-
Cooperation on your part will help the telephone people
render efficient service. Bills paid promptly are dealt with
easily and opportunity for error is greatly lessened.
The Telephone Manager and his representatives are anxious
to maintain a good, clear-cut business relationship with
-h ,competitive athletics oc-
position in the activities of
ter session, there are plenty'
unities for all to indulge in
Ferry field is open to the
pity that hair-dressers can-
their clients permanent
cool weather. They might
Bch more worth while in the
teat than they now are.
lay in every way, all of the
tations are getting madder
.7- + - -o e T C
MICHIGAN STATE4 TELEPHONE CO.
sometimes forget to take
into the account."-New
ty to 'rei
a room is with a