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June 30, 1923 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1923-06-30

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The As-
led to the
dispatc~hes
lished here-
nn Arbor,

beauty wholly without precedent. But
the end is not yet, and a time will,~
come when a city of air castles will
be a practical reality.
Why wouldn't it be a wise idea to
try to stop the bootlegging in the UT.
S. before meddling with the outside'
nations who are transporting liquor?
If we can't catch the bird in our own
back yard, what kind of a chance
have we?
Someone asked uas thud other (lay It'
Doctor g'lom Lovell (of' 'voution)
was the founder of the Institute of
Hollowv Letters. He appazrentlv ly idn't
realize that each one of the patriot's
titles had a very ;!uiirait meaning
behind it.

$ I .30

vidence of
e Summler
itor. Un-
_ kno COf-
omitted in
iter. The
ly endorse
:omunica-

It is said that we don't know how1
talk intelligently any more. But
all depends who you are 1- 4lkingt
and about.

tii
It
to

Leman
ggins

Z'Einstein
I;: Chiryst

TOASTED ROL
*Today'slWijner of the (hoos eflesh
1Y'rize for Collich. Comies
Chilly old street car -
Cold as can be.
Beautiful co-ed
Sittinig by me.

i.R ockwell
eirce
IHaskin

' g_

YI

the super-satur'-
eir sta.nd for the
everages. They
mise on a five
Hlow the heavier
ie board. After
ve that th~e peo~-
tates were not
ssed the Volstead
dicate that they
forc~e it.
is attemtpting to
age of King Al-
The result is anl
L1 election. When
passed, the vot-
irrevocably on
-en1forceme~nt to
machinery has
ragged-edged in-
mnt but on the
by virtue of the
ad of the voters

Cute little tootsies-
Come-hither eye,
Blonde disposition,
N~ot very shy.
"Don't care for street cars,
Much' rather wal-
Awfully lonesome,
Crazy to talk."
Supper at Parker's
Everything swell
Three bucks and war -tax,'
All shot to he-1.
Supper all over,
Taxi to coipe.
Thinks I'm. a dear!
Brat must hurry home.
"'Don't ,ae for movies-
is pun~k,
_______rotten
Grills are the bunk."
"Thanks for the dinner;
Thanks for the ride;
Hjiere i's your hat-
Don't come inside,"

EDTLORIAL LCOMMEN
'ITSS .BARtKER'S =CASEĀ°
-l6etroit Free Press)
jThe case of Margery Barker aganst.
Bryn Mawr college has ended with a
legal victory for the college, but tMe
interesting 'question, involved n the
litigation remains unanswered. Miss
Barker, .who was a student In the col-
lege, was dismissed without explana-
tion or justification, ,other than that
she was regarded as undesirable. She
denied the charge and demanded re-
instatement.
Behind this. demand lay the desire
of the young woman to clear her name
from the many, suspicions which in-.
stantly attached to ber because of the
mysterious nature; of the charge
against her. All of the unexplatined
offenses that had been committeed in
and apround the college were not un-
naturally attributed to her in the
gossip the whole affair stimulated,
Nothing is more natural in that sit-
uation than that the accused person,
unless conscious of guilt, should de-
mand'an explanation, and it is difficult
to deny that the demand is : Morally
justified, But the court to which Miss
Barker appealed hlas ruled that Bryn
Mawr is a private :institution which
governs the relations between itself,
and lie students by contract, and that
the ontract actually in frce war-
rants the college in dismissing a stu-
dent for any reason'that it cares to
give.
That seems to'settle the legal differ-
ene of opinion, buit it does not dis-
pose or the question' whether an insti-
tution like Bryn Mawr, may properly
incumber ,a young woman's future
with a vague charge that can be' in-
terpreted by malice in a great variety'
of unfavorable senses" when she bold-
ly demand a slowdown.
TILE COLLTEE TRUTSTEE
(The Philadelphia Public Ledger)
Do the average university and co-
lege trustees held 'or hinder the de-
velopment of American institutions of
learning? Is it true that their tend.
ency is to extend their Infuence be-
yond. its legitimate limits in 'caring
for the economic interests of these in-
stitutions, to the extent of throttling
freedom of research and teaching?
Should profesorships be open only
to those scholars whose leanings and
conclusions, are 'acceptable In that
realm of high finance with which the
majority of. American colleges and
universities are inseparably associated
Aiy reason of the inadequacy of their
endowments?
~Tese are difficult questions to
which no definite and 'unqualified f-
Jrmatlve or negative answers can be
given. College trustees have much to
answer for; but when one contem-
(Continued on Page Three)
\JE WISH to announice
to the 'general public
that we are ,keeping open
this summer. We solicit
your patronage.

Dancing ait Jim Burlie's Pavilion,
Whitmore Lake, Wednesday, Friday,
and Saturday nights:--Adv.
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Ann Arbor 'and Jackson
TIME TABLE
(,astern Staindard Trime)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-
6:ao a.m., 7:00 a.m., 8.oo a.m.,' 9:o5
a m,. and hourly to 9:05 p.m.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops
' west of Ann' Arbor)-9":47 a.m., and
every two hours to 9 :47 p..n.
Local Gars East Bound-7 :oo a.m.
and every two hours to 9 :oo p.m.,
x t :oo 'p mn. To Ypsilanti only'-i 'x:4
p.m., i :z5 a~m.
To Saline -Change at Ypslanti.,
Local Cad's West Bound-, :5o a.mx.,
I2 :10 p.m.1
To Jackson and Kalamazoo -- Limi- 1
ited cans 8:47, 10:47 a.nTI., 12:47, 2.47,
4:47 p.m.
To Jackson and Lansing - Limited
at 8:47 p.m.
a u G A R R I C K T h a s .& Sa -2 5 -5 0c
14th Annual' Season Nights 25-54-75c-41
THE, BO3NSTELIXE CO.
in the Dashing, Sparklinjr'Comedy
"6TO 'THE ,LADIES" }
Next Mon.-"THE GREEN= GODESS"

SHORTI
SECRE
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STA]l

SUMMER TER(M

II GRAHAM'S-Both Ends of the Diagonui

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VISIT hiistoric }
(COR. CHICA6O AND MOrpOE PIK:ES)
Galivkay to Itrish Hills
GHIGKRN DINNER : ETC.

NE 25-iAIJGUST 17
)N BUSINESS COLI
FE AND WILLIAM STS.

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SCHIROPRACTOR
606 First Nat'lIBa 'e'z g.
Hours-1:00 to 6:00 P. im.
Phone 4014
SOpen only Mgtnday;,Wednesday
- and Friday
during July and August
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HO0ME COOKING

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Comdiarn

The Originating

Chilly old street ar
Cold as the deuce,
Beautiful vampire -
Oh' What's the use?
Hum
*Names localized by Ed.

,Y. W , C. ,A.
C'afeteria
50$ EAST WILLIAITS

WILL

Buge.,

e Fords, the
=riks have
nes from the
iveries. Pro-
r, will pre-
xploiting the
ilties of his
cquired from
con~fined to
sting's ,inven-
s the electric
the autoino-
government
example by

WVEN WE start to discuss poetry
for sum reason it mnakes us think of
those famous words of Taylor
Holmes: "It is better to close your
mouth and be thought a fool than
to open it and remove all doubt".
Mr. Tarik, My dear Sir: I am ritin'{
yu to inform yu that I'm off of ghosts
for life. Neverthele'ss I will recomit
for your ainoosement this astoundin'
experients. It was, trooly orful. The
settin' wuz in my library an' I was
ree din' some ghost stories by Nath-
daniel Skrokum. I was lest at the
m osest excitin' pint w en JI hears aso n ne r t e w d r! I l ks u
with a start. Out of the de~ep shad-
ders a dim. figger emergedi---silent,
gliding, ghosty! Bein.' as.l am a brave
man I was unscared an' knowing, that,
the oney way to get on with ghosts is
not to be afreerd of em. I say :
"HowdydojTr. Ghost," but hip says
nary a word. So I calmy walks itp-
stairs thout even a turn of the head.
Et I dew say it myself that tuk nerve.
Nor did I ever see any more of that
ghost.
Next. morning wen I came cown-
stairs I found all our silverw aro waz
minus (D As ever,
Sir giatz.
"We found some wonderfui tips ir
that chapter in the gun hook, '17The.
Parking Question." We are niow on
Chap. IV, entitled, "Gum ais a' Dailyxecs.

Hot weat her never bothers
the person who keeps fit,
The best may to beep it is
to eat the pure wholesome
foods " that me serve here.

Its

ROGE

The merry farce ,

"BOYS WILL BE BOYS"

TUTTLES' LUNCH ROOM
Maynard Street

A picture for everyone to enjoy

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ELF Reliance is
an asset that

BREAKFAST Served 7.9.30)
DIN~NER Served" 11.1
SUPPER Served 5-'7
]No Sunday Breakfast

COMING SUNDAY
^Vi. DeMille'
"ONLY 38"
with

MAY MACAVOY
GEORGE FAWCETT,

EL~LIOTT DEXTER
LOIS WILSON

every

person

I"

isaid, "4You can't fool
all the time," he for-
:essiona'l boxing. We
Dempsey' is in poor;
lacking steam, en--
st. This is to whet the
the gullible public that
A fare ,and~ puts up the
see a couple of low-
ch other around. a can-
e is no public that is
,led as the American
a teacher, experience
.ecided failure.
s in the Air
argest sk~yscrapers in
ea population of 51,-
tainly is an-4 arresting
sm~all area, more hu-
e acounted for than
for, say five centuriesf
yexcept the few larg-
er is Amuerica's most
trbutioni to archite-
skyscrapers were er-
_884 and 18.90, and New
~that here she had a

should possess.
I~lilSome are Ior~
________with iti but' the
large majorily have to culti-
vate it. One of< the best
ways to increrse your, self-
reliance is *to always have
the correct time. Bring
your watch to us for ex-
pert repairing and cleaning.

Winken and Blinken and Nod, one night,.
<Sailed out for a dish thatt would .iiurlsh,
Sailed to a fountain-said "'Connor'sl That's righitl
It's rich and it's lure and it's M'ORE 45W'i

r

4' ,

'rill,
IC CREAM

Why don't you
write?

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TbatMinute, Bulletin From 1lhsllsid
Pedestrians are having" rubber heels
and soles pitf on their woode~n sboes
in order that the traffic signals maiy tbe
heard. Y.H. L
(We take pleasure in announcing
the addition of Mr. W.H.M. to foreign
department of the Column staff and
hope to have . a word for our dear
readers now an' then on vital topics).
Patronize' The D~aily advertisers.

\WVE give service on
Rider fountain. pens.
Bring them~ in and receive
the famous"idr service
on your fountain. pen.
ArthurH. Arnold
STATE STREET~ JEWELERY
302 S. State St.

Correspond ence
Stationery

DLAIN and fancy, die-
- embossed, Michigan,
Fraternity and Sorority,
in many sizes, shapes and
best quality, at moderate
prices.

INext
Sunday
Special
Brick
CARAMEL
and
PINEAPPLE<-
P.ARFAIT
Serve Connor 's
Special Bricks
each week--end
and Connor's
Ice, Cream
every day!

C nnor's Ice Cream certainly "tastes
lIe ,more.*" The' reasons are easy to0
find: finest m'aterials fresh from our
own sources of supply-an unbeata-
ble recipe-a never varying standard
of quality.

Demand COTNO{OWS by name
f or, its purity, its rich~ness,
Its delicious flav~or.

0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickel's Arcade
The Typewriter a~nd Stationery store-

C.A. CO]
ICE CREA]

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