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June 15, 1923 - Image 2

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OFFICIAL N WSPAPER OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
SUMMER SESSION
Published every morning except Monday
ur ng the summer session.
membereof the Associated Press. The As-
piated -Press is exclusively entitled to the
se for republication of all news dispatches
redited to or not otherwise credited in
hs papeir and the local news published here-
Entere'd at the postoffice, Ann Arbor,
iehigan,,as second class matter.
Subscription by carrier or mail, $t.o.
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building.
Communications,- if signed as evidence ,of
ood faith, will be published in The Stmmer
Iily at the discretion of -the Editor. Ln-
igned communcations will receive no con-
idration. The signature may be omitted in
> blication if desired 4by the writer. Tfhe
ummer Daily does not necessarily endorse
e seniments expressed in the comnmunca-
ons.
EDITORIAL STAFF
Telephones 244 and 176-M
MANAGING EDITOR
PAUL WATZEL
ity Editor..............William Stoneman
sue Editors............Edward J. Higgins
Robert G Ramsay.
ditorials.....rt.....Paul L. Einstein
Assistants
ichard Heideman ., heodore L. Chryst
Rosalie L.I' reger.
Andrew E. Propper
BUSINESS STA'FF
Telephone 960
BUSINESS MANAGER
L. BEAUMONT PARKS
rivd-tising................liel M. Rockwell
ublication....................D . L. Pierce
.count.s ....... ....... ...... A. S. Morton
reulation ...... ..John C. Haskin
Assistants ,
EI. 'C. Lampe.
George Stacke
F'RIDAY, JUNE 15; 1923
CLEMEiNTS AMERICANA
(Continued from Page One)
niversity owes its everenduring grat-
kde, not only for the gift which he
L5 presented to Michigan but for the
reless efforts and striving ambitions
hick have made this magnificent
onumnent possible.
't
YESTERDAY
Memories of .cattle grazing inside
te wooden fence which separated the
Impus from the surrounding coun-
yslde are not wholly obliterated
.roughb the passing of long, tedious
aai's since the students of the recon-
ruction period following the Civil
ar attended classes at Michigan, the
:th backwoods college of the '70
Dreams of the great western univer-
ty of '98 still persist in the minds
those who celebrate the 5th anni-
3rsary of their commence ent here
day. Thoughts of student life in its
imitive stages, of campus activities
st beginning to assert themselves in
ude and unfinished ways, and of
e revered and acknowledged leader
learning outside of the narrow
alms of the "efete" East occupy the
emories of those who look back
on those golden days of their youth.
Even those who graduated under
e R:9. T. C. regime b'ut five years
0 reflect longingly on their college
ys. "The good old days" which
ssed with the exit of this class re-
nd them of the spirit and enthus-
am given off over the stein of beer
d the carousing life which accom-
nied it. Never could their good
I keg parties be lived over again
cept in memory.
Were It not for the "yesterdays"
dch constitute the background for
ralty and enthusiasm over the grad-
tes' Alma Mater, such things as
amni reunions wquld have little ap-
al for those to whom Michigan has

ant so Much. Renewing old friend-.
ps, enjoying the evidence of great
pansion and perfection of all phases
University life, and witnessing the
complishments which have been
aieved as a result of the efforts ex-
nded by earlier generations of Mich-
in men, these' celebrations are
chal events in the cold monotony
a calloused world.
Marking -the years which man pass-
so reluctantly, these reunions, al-
>ugh they stimulate the emotions
.ich overflowed on the exuberance
the college youth, sadly remind him
t once pt, "those days of yore
1 come no more."
Phe University believes that the
ly bird will catch the worm. Ac-
dingly, the senior who gets up
7:45 a. m. Monday will receive his
loma.
t is significant that forty-one sen-
women have announced their en-
gements publicly, but we haven't
%rd anything from the men about it.
t is just beginning to dawn thatI
mnmencement really means the be-

Verse and Were

'3m

TODAY WE BEGIN
TO COMMENCE

Prof.-There is no mortal man who
cannot falsify.
Voice-I cannot tell a lie.
Prof.-Who )said, that?.
Voice-George Washington.
Today's Neal for the Flying Fish
The brute whose sole, complete, and
entire summer vocabulary consists in
the phrase: "Well, is it hot enough
for yuh?"1
Help! Succor! Assistance! Contri-
butions! .
Did you notice this headline in the
Boston Daily Enquirer the other day:
"WIFE SPANKER LOSES SUIT"-We
wonder why friend wife didn't take his
shoes and 'stockings, too?
* * * k
They say up Madison way that ever
since the Junior Prom it's been so dry
around there that the fish raise a dust
swimming up the Mississippi river.
Wonder if they're kidding us or,
sump'n?
While reading the bizness section
of one of .our aspiring metropolitan
dailies (not insiniatin' nothin or
meanin'anything) yesterday afternoon
I was surprised to see that kangaroo
meat has taken another jump.
in.:ncial Advice
The slogan on the campus at Penn-
sy now is: "Have your date with a.
co-ed and spend the difference!" That
sounds very strange and onoosual to
us, how about you?

Co.'s latest eccentrocity, "The Subway
as a Hole."
PINK ROSES, or a Tale in Five
Storeys.
Chapter I
During one of our recent rains the
gentle riter after putting up a brave
fite against the torrents and being
that value was the better-half of dis-
cretion he fled into the cool and se-
clooded depths of the new lit building.
As he stumbled over the various ods
and ends of the building program a
flash of lighting lit up the proceedings
and there he saw, no more 'n a yard
away a lil~ froshman sitting on a log
with his head in his hands.
Chapter II
And what surprised him most of
all, a grey pot on his head in his
hands. Well my little man he said
what is the matter with you? Oh he
wept, oh oh oh oh! About three
months ago a sophomore who was
working on the building told me to go
up to the fifth floor and get his ham-
mer what he had left there. And oh
oh oh I have been waiting all this
time for them to start building the.,
fifth floor' so I can get his hammer.
The gentle riter emitted a low sniffle
and passed out.
* **
Today's Health Note
The way that germs enter our bod-
ies is by travelling on crowded street
cars.
A dame was sent up for contempt of
jury the other day. She wore woolen
ones and djd'nt cross her knees.
Thought she couldget awayrwith
murder.-Our Own Court Reporter.

echoing in doalful cadents up and
down the vast empty, chambers of
your minds. (Note elygant stile).
TAFJK.
fe
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Ann Arbor and Jackson
TIME TABLE
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and,. Express Cars-
6:o a.m., 7:00 m, oo a.m., 9:o5
a.m. and hourly to 9:o5 p.m.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops
west of Ann Arbor)-9 :4 a.m., and
every two hours to 9":47 .m.
Local Cars East Bound-7:00 a.m.
and every two hours to 9 :oo p.m.,
1x :oo p.m. To Ypsilanti only-- 11:40
p.m., 1:1s a.m.
To.Salin-e-Change at Ypsilanti
Local Cars West Bound-? :5o a.m.,
12:1o p.m.
To Jackson and Kalamazoo - Lim-
kited cars '8:47, 10:47 a.m., 12:4.71 2.47,
4:47 p.m.
To Jackson and Lansing - Limited
at 8:47.m1.
Ptetty Hair
Guaranteed
costs you anIot kin
Any girl or woman who wants a
world of lustrous, beautiful hair
should try the .remarkable Van Ess
Liquid Scalp Massage. It is abso-
lutely guaranteed, in writing, to stop
falling hair and to grow new hair or,
the user pays nothing. The gleaming
hair you see everywhere is largely
due to it. It is based on newly dis-
covered scientific principles. Results
are quick and amazing. Ask your,
druggist 'about Van Ess and the 3-
bottle guarantee plan that comes with'
it. Costs you nothing if it fails. 'So
it is folly not to test it.

are good and the cars arf
Cars leave from the
Commerce at 7 A.M., 10
5 P.M., Sundays: 8 A.M.,
P. M.-Adv.

Chamber of
P.M., 2 P.M.,
11 A.M., 8:30

(Cox3.

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CHICKEN DINNERS

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Will be the Greatest Reminder of the
Happy Days Spent at Ann Arbor.

-/Jon 't Fail

to take your Alma Mater Songs hoff
with you either in the "Michigan's
Favorite College Songs" or the
Sheet Music

PUBLISHED BY

MrS* . nnt

The boy stood on the burning deck A Word to the Seniors
Whence all but him'had z You will soon be alumnix. Edison
Fled he would not move to save won't hire you; Ford won't look at
His neck for I'm insured you; Lewis won't write for you.
He said. Whatever will becum of you? O Am-
eriky, my onhappy country, thou hast
For any person in Ann Arbor which not got no appreciation for these thy
craves something of a deep nature altimnix!
yet that covers a lot of ground in a - * * 4
general sort of way, our Kolumn Thus, gentle reader, I leave you,
Kritic recommends Doubleday Wage with these sad dootysrticken words
AARE YOU TIHE MAN?
TWO POSITIONS OPEN IN ALUMNI ASSOCIATION E
At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Alumni As-
sociation of the University held in Ann Arbor, May 25th, the
appointment of the following two full time officers was author-
ized
1. A Field ,Secretary, who shall have general charge under the
direction of the General Secretary of the development of th. alumni
organization of the University - particularly in relation to the local
Michigan clubs, - as well as the class organizations, the Alumni
Fund and other graduate interests. This position is expected to be
permanent.
2. A Business iMaiager of the Michigai Alumnus, to- be adver-
tising and circulation manager, of a weekly publication with a circu-
lation of over 9,000.
If you are interested in either of these positions please
write to
THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
WILFRED B. SHAW, General Secretary .
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN

FOR SALE AT
ALL MUSIC STORES AND
BOOK STORES
Mrs. Root wishes to express .lier appreciation of the pat-
ronage and co-operation of the Students of Michigan and
to say that it has been a pleasure to serve them, also to
wish them all success in their chosen profession.

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Vacation

Needs

Bathing Suits, Knit Coats
and Sweaters in
Tom Wye and Bradley line,
all kinds for

Men, Ladies and Children.

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Knickers and Breeches in large assortment for
ladies and men.
Navy White Duck, Linen and Khaki Trousers, Sport
Suits, Caps, Hats, etc.
HIKING.SHOES, Wool Socks, Golf Hose, Leggings,
Puttees, Officers' Dress and Army Shoes, Tennis
Shoes, Waterproof and High-Top Moccasin Pack Shu
for ladies and men.

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0. D. Wool, Khaki, and fine Poplin Army Shirts, Pongee Dress and Sport Shirts.
All kinds of Underwear. Cravenettes, Rain Coats, Slickers and Ponchos.

This

Nights 25c-50e-75c-$1
Popular Matinees
Tues., Thurs. and Sat.
25c-50c

THE
COTELLE
COMPANY

TI
Pyramid, or

PS .We have all kinds in many sizes. A large stock, always
ready to serve you with Reg. Wall, Auto - Touro,
Army Mosquito Tents. $2.75 up.

I

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Canoe Blankets, Cushions, Auto

Robes, Army Blankets

-IN-

Knapsacks, Barracks Bags, Canteens, Mess Cans, Grills,

The High Voltage Comedy with a Laugh a Second

DULCY"
Inspired by the Character of Dulcinea by Franklin P. Adams
(F. P. A.) N. Y. World Columnist.

Stoves,

Serving

Sets, "Gold M e d a I Camp Furniture,"

Cots, $3.25;

Stools, Tables, Everything for Camping.

Surplus Supplies Store, 213 IN. 4th Ave.

NEXT WEEK-H THE DOVER ROAD"

"It pays to nalk a few, blocks"

at

's Pavilion,
ay, Friday,

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