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F THE
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ICE VERSA

morning except Monday
session.
ssociated Press. The As-
xclusively entitled to the
n of all news dispatches
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tell," as Miss Nearly-Wed said, pluck-
ing a single gray hair from her blonde
tresses.
Dear Tarik: We were told in our
Geography 2L class the other day that
Holland was a low, lying country.
Don't you think that isgoing pretty
far? Beean.
Deean: Puffectly scandilis, we say.
""Campus Opinion" must now be heard
from. TARIK.

Text Books and Supplies for All College

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IT HAS been said that the first
proof that a girl is getting older is
wen she begins to sy over her pitcher
album.

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Both Ends of the Diagonal

t the postoffice, Ain Arbor,
second class matter.
by carrier or mail, 1I.go,
n Arbor Press 'Building.
ions, if signed as evidence of
ill be published in The Summer
discretion of the Lditor. Un.
unications will receive no con-
le signature may be omitted in
desired by the writer. The
does not necessarily endorse
expressed in the comiunica-

We suggest that the first is really
wen she begins to keep a album at
all.
Selecfion From F,,Lous
Correspondines
Dearest Marc-What 'have you 'beenI
doing, dear boy. Let me hear about j
your latest experiences. Cleo.

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EDITORIAL STAFF
Telephones 2414 and ,176-M
MANAGING EDITOR
HO WARD A. DONAIME
Witor ..........William Stonernman
Editors ............Edward J. Higgins
Robert G. Ramsay.
n's Editor..........Rosalie I,. Frenger-
ials .................Paul L. Einstein
Assistants
n Davis Ada Phelps
ret Geddes Andrew E. Propper
Heraper Regina Reichman
y Mitts Margaret Stuart
aMoran Lucy Tolhurst
BUSINESS STAFF
Telephone 96o
BUSINESS' MANAGER
1,. B'EAUMONT' PARKS
ising...............Hie1 M. Rockwell
ation ....................D. L. Pierce
its ....................A. S. Morton
tion ..................John C. Haskin
Assistants
eth Bartholomew George Stracke
'EDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1923 .
Editor-ROBERT G. RAMSAY
!ESTERDAY
By SMYTHE
Acress the Atlantic *
Ace and England are playing a.
,and interesting game of poker
Germany as- the prize. Or those
prefer love to cards might liken
ituation to the* old "triangle
with Germany as the object of
vo desperate suitors. For love
an substitute desperation as a
ating plot. There's no love lost,
en the two.

Communications have bee nre-
ceived in The Daily offices which
bear no signature. The atten-
tion of writers is called to the
paragraph in the editorial page
heading relative to communica-
tions. All letters to the editor
which are unsigned or which
bear only initials will not be
printed.

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Lovingest Cleo-I have been very
active of late. To tell the truth I
haven't had a dull moment since I-
'saw you last. Marc. lorny-0.
THE GREAT JOL MYSTERY
(By ex-Baron Pell Mell)
Synopziz
Nik Arter, great detective, was
knocked out in his room and unopen-
ed parcel just come by post which Nik
knew contained Hassenpepher jools,
is made away with. Nik, following, iz
waylaid, but escapes to' his room
There his light goes out mysteriously
and he feels an iron grip on his necl
in dark.3
Chapter IV
Before the detective could cry outz
or give battle a gag was destrously:
slipped in his mouth and a rope
thrown around him, pinning his armss
to his sides. Ater carefully blind-
olding huh, his two assaliants picked
him up, and carried him down and out"
to a car waiting in the dark street.
They sat him in the center of the
back seat. He felt a hand grip hisi
arm in a powerful clasp.
The motor purred silently.F . sec-i
ond later they were speeding out Main
street on the Litmore Lake road.
For fifteen minutes they flew on.c
The captive could hear the dull mur-
mur of voices from the front seat.
Once they passed car from which1
jangled loud peals of feminine laught-
er.,
Suddenly the car bumped about as'
they turned left and came to a stop.
Arter surmised that they had turned
off the road, where he knew knot, intor
some secluded raundoyvoo. He heard{
the two men in front get out and movec
off. c
He tried to rise but his arms were
held firmly by the two at his sides,E
whom though he could not see, he
felt on each side of him as the carz

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EDITORIAL COMMENT
THE GERMAN PARADOX
(New YoYr Times)
Germany's disappointment at Pre-
nier Baldwin's speech is but slightly
tempered 'I' Toting that the British
government. :aos apparently accepted
the old argument that the entire
structure of Europe rests on Ger-
many, and that thiis structure is threat-
*ened by the imminent collapse of that
nation. This has been the leitmotif
of German sympathizers ever since the
Versailles Treaty was in process of
'formation, and with it has always been
"coupled the warning that Germany
would be economically ruined in a few
weeks. The weeks,. howver, passed
into months, and the months into
years, without the dire prophecy be-
ing ulfilled.
In reviewing the theory of collapse
the British Prime Minister fails to
distinguish between Germany's finan-
cial and her economic position. From
the utter monetary chaos in Germany
he appears to have drawn the erron-
eous conclusion that the country's
productive wealth is impaired, where-
as expert observers who have been in
Germany testify that her manufactur-
ing plant was never in such splendid
repair. Let her but adopt a sensible
currency policy, and, if she wills, she
can soon be producing large quantities
of goods for export.
There is, no doubt, every 'reason to
expect a period of'demoralization in
Germany as a result of her policy of
unlimited inflation. The drop of the

when Germany's finances are once
more set in order an even greater
burst of production may be expected
than took place in Austria. What is
causing the present slump in Ger-'
many is not so much the business (is-
organization resulting directly from
the Ruhr occupation as the financial
'collapse which, while it ha.s been has-
tened by German resistance in the
Ruhr, is due primarily to a suicidal
!policy of inflation. The finances are
choatic, but the fundamentatl eco-
'nomic position is sound, and, with a
reform in the financial policy, 'will
soon be restored.
DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
Eastern Standard Time
(Effective July 10, 1923)
Limited and Express Cars to Detroit
-"-6:oo a.m., 7 :oo a.m., 8 :00 am., 9x05
a.m. and hourly until 9:0S p.m.
Limited Cars to Jackson--8;'47 a.m.,
10:47 a. M., 12:47 PAm., 2 :47 p ] m.,' 4:47
p.m., 6:47 p.m., 8:47 P.m.
Express Cars to Jackson (Local stops
west of' Ann Arbor)-9:47 a.m. and
every two hours until 9:47 p.m.
Local Cars to Detroit--7:oo a.m.,
9:55 a.m. and every two hours until
8:55 p.m., 1:oo p.m. To Ypsilanti
Only-i i:40o P.m., 1:15 a.in..
Local Cars to Jackson--7:o n.m.
and then 1 :zo a.m.
Connection made at Ypsilanti to
Saline and at Wayn to Plymouth and
Northville.
CAMPING is certain to
be a source of irrita-
tion and regret unless
the tent is right. We
make tents that are easi..
ly put up and taken
down, and they "slav
put" in the worst weath-
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Do you know why Mary's little lamb
Follows her everywhere?
He knows she can't resist the lure
Of Connor's Ice Cream- rich and pure,
And he wants to get his share!

ie British need a thriving Ger-'
y as a market for their goods and
liey accuse France of ruining Eng-
indutsry. The.French reply that
have not destroyed Germany (yet).
at any rate British industry does
concern them.
ord comes fro Paris that a mon-
nt erected by e survivors of the
'd Division of the American Ex-
tionary Force at Chateau-Thierry
unveiled yesterday near the en-
6e to the bridge which the division
nded in June, 1918. The monu-
t stands in a square to which the
icipality .has given the name "Un-
States Place." If similar monu-
ts could be erected in every muni-
lity throughout the country, peo-
would have poignant reminders
he wisdom of a "mind your own:
ness" policy.
anwhile in spite of monuments
dedications, the anti-American
ng is gaining headway in France.
s the desire of France that the
ed States participate again in the
rations discussions, but French
ion fears that perhaps the United
es, on a basis of dollars an'd
s, might adopt the English point
ew. England too would be glad
.merican participation, but on
English side. We don't need Ger-
y's wealth, and we would not gain
erman destruction. Likewise we
nothing by making enemies. The
ble thing to do is to let them
it out.
cool heads and keen brains con-
to hold the reins of both the
sh and United States governments
ime will come whei a practical
s of restoring German finances
ecovering reparations obligations'
be found. The situation is by no
s as dark as some believe, but
ference might stir up the already'
[y waters.
>ofness may not cement friend-
but it breeds no enemies. The
own quantity is always feared
espected.
t Building Model on Display
plaster model of the exterior of
.ew Literary building, now under
ruction, is on display in the low-
rridor of Alumnf Memorial hall.
e minature shows up th detail

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had bumped around.
The occupant sof the car

mark during the last six weeks has
remained been vertiginous. There is certain to

in silence. Minutes passed. An hour
went by and still no sound of the two
who.had gotten out. Nikolas had timeI
to tlink. He was undoubtedly in the
hands of a gang, whose emissary had'
stolen the package which, altho he
had not yet opened it, he know con-
tained the invaluable Hassenpepher
collection pf green diamonds.
Just then the detective's blindfold,
which by constant brow-wrinkling had
been getting looser and 'looser, fell
below his chin. In a jiffy he saw they
were in a little offshoot of the main
read just at the edge of the town of
Litmore. Then the detective glanced
at those in the back seat with him.
They were two dummies! They had
mechanical arms fastened to the sides
of the car which held him by his
arms! Fool that he had been! By
now they ,were probably miles away.
But at that moment his attention
was attracted to one of the windows
of a dilapidated big house narby. A
peculiar light had appeared nd van-
ished as suddenly as it had come!
(To be continued)
"It's the little things in life that

be much suffering. There may even
be serious social disturbances. These
manifestations, however, are transi-
tory. They may affect the industrial
life temporarily, but as soon as finan-
cial stability is re-established there is
little to prevent the resumption of
production on a larger scale than ever.
Once more a comparison with Aus-
tria is instructive. With the collapse
of the currency the entire business
life of that country was apprently
permanently disrupted. One of the
most significant symptoms was an
utter lack of confidence. Peoplo
,would not produce because there was
no certainty of obtaining suitable
compensation. Factories and shops
closed'. But no sooner had the krone
been stabilized than confidence reap-
peared, shops reopened, business
started up and there was a general
resumption of production, despite the
fact that no efforts had been made
during the decline to bring all indus-
trial plants up to date and to put van-
ishing savings into permanent im-
provements, as had been done in Ger-
many.,Given her immense improve-
ment,zit is easy to see, therefore, that

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NEXT SUNDAY
SPECIAL BRICK
CARMEL
and
LEMON
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Better'p hone
your dealer now
to make sure of
one.

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hot months. It's more di
ible than heavier foods -
fully as nourishing.
But always look for the
nor" sign before you buy;
your guarantee of quality
purity.
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a Excursion to
C One Round Trip $ .25 Sundays
Way (Return Same Day) Holidays
Leaves Detroit Daily 9 a. m. (E. .)
The finest exclusive excursion steamer, the Put-in-Bay, noted for
its large ballroom, makes this trip a memorable one. Orchestra and
dancing aboard, without extra charge. Cafeteria aboard.
Four hours crammed with outdoor pleasures at Put-in-Bay-bathing-dancing-
groves for lunching and athletic fields. See the wonderful Caves, and Perry's
historic monumrent.
Connections at Put-in-Bay with steamers for Cleveland, Toledo and Lakeside.
Daily to Sandusky
The Nut-in-Bay makes the run through to Sandusky everyday. Fare-$1.50
one way.
Special Friday Excursions to Cedar Point
A special excursion is made every Friday to Cedar Point-the fresh water rival
to Atlantic City-the finest bathing beach in the world-large stitnmer hotels,
groves, and all outdoor amusements. Four hours at Cedar Point and seven
hours at Put-in-Bayl Leaving Cedar Point at 5 p. m. and Put-in-Bay at 7 p. m.;
arrive back in Detroit 10:30 p. i. Fare-Cedar Point, $1.50 round trip; Put-in-
Bay, 80 cents.

THE COLLEGE GIRL needs to be on
time. She must have a watch that
is both ornamental and serviceable. We
have a few watches that are the best
values Ann Arbor has ever seen. They
are suited to the co-ed, both in ornamen-
tation and service. See our window dis-
play and you will realize the truth of this.
ARTHUR H. ARNOLD
State Street Jewelry
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Leaves Detroit 8:45 p. n.
Fare, Wed.. Thurs. 60c. Sat.,
Sun. and Holidays, 75c.
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Ashley & Dustin
Steamer Line
Foot of First Street
Detroit,Mi.

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