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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1931

" bIIe evry mrninge' acept Monday
duiag the iveergtjr Summer Session by the
ardin eantrol e Student Publieations.
The Associated Press is exclusively entitled
is the use for republication of all news di-
tctes credited to it or not otherwise credited
is paper and the local news published
herein. All rights of republication of special
dispatche, herein are also reserved.
atsred at the Ann Arbor, Michigan, post-
olfice as .second clss matter.
Subseription by carrier, $1.60; by mail.
$1.76.
offices: Press Building, Maynard Street,
AsE Arbor, Eichira,.
Tele1fpeNe: Editerlal, '4923; BusiANe
5-1314 .

routine matters. Instead of em-
phasizing frothy reading, therefore,
the book - sellers should stress
thought-provoking writers on their
summer lists.
What Others ray

EDITORIAL STAFF
MANAGING EDITOR
HAROLD O. WARREN, JR.
Editorial Director ...........Gurney Williams
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
0. W. Carpenter Cari Meloy
Lr. R. Chubb Sher M. Quraishi
HarbaraHal Eleanor Rairdon
Charles C. Irwin Edgar Racine
Susan Manchester Marion Thornton
P. Cutler Showers
BUSINESS STAFF
BUSINESS MANAGER
WILLIAM R. WORBOYS
Assistant Business Manager .. Vernon Bishop
Contract. Mnager.............Car1]Marty
Advertsing Manager........l ack Bunting
Acouns. Circulation ...... Thomas Muir
Night Editor-LYLE R. CHUBB
THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1931
THE ALL-YEAR
SCHOOL
As the enrollment in thousands
of American summer schools in-
creases each year, the idea back
of the all-year school becomes more
logical. Young people in business
are accustomed to working through
a whole year with a vacation of
nat more than four weeks; there is
no sound reason for granting stu-
dents a vazation of three full
months each year in addition to
the various short holidays that oc-
cur during the regular academic
session. If teachers demand a long
vacation, these periods might be
"staggered," as at the University of
Chicago and elsewhere. Students
might also get into the habit of
taking their vacations at some oth-
er period than during the summer.

2ROHIBITION
PATENTS
(The New Yorker)
Prohibition, of course, has been
met by alert minds on all sides, and
in its reign has flowered the genius
of men like Legs Diamond-men
who needed the stimulus of a nat-
ional fallacy for the development
of their characters. Prohibition has
also been a great inspiration to in-
ventors-an aspect of the situation
to which our eyes have just been
opened by a talk we've had with a
patent lawyer. Many inventors whc
were just puttering around before
1919 have found themselves: the
Volstead Law has provided an out-
let for their genius. The lawyer
told us that since prohibition, for
example, the common corkscrew has
acquired thirty-two new shapes in
combination with bottle-cap re-
movers. All have been covered by
patents. There have also been one
hundred and twenty-five machines
invented to get the cork into the
bottle, most of them hand-operated
and designed for the home. There
have been twenty-two varieties of
pocket-flasks, thirty-five non-re-
Billable bottles, twelve new cock-
tail shakers, twenty-nine processes
"Ffor removing alcohol from beve-r-
ages, nine improvements in detach-
able siphons with bulb attachrment;
one siphon-ana-faucet arrange-
ment for bottled carbonated b v
'rages to prevent loss irom sizzling
when opened, thirteen different
o.nds of musical jugs and bottles
'andtwenty-seven soft-drink con-
" ainers and dispensers. Comfort-
able fortunes have been amasseu
by the inventors from royalties ol
'nese patents, fortunes in them-
selves large enough to remove any
_ epainingdoubts as to the eco-
nomic soundness of a completely
dry regime.
------
'A YING FOR MOTOR
CAR ACCIDENTS
(Niles Daily Star)

AFET POLC
* * *
ROLLS WILL CONTINUE SAME
NEWS COVERAGE IN FUTURE
WITHOUT FEAR OR
MALICE
* * *
With this issue, Toasted
Rolls will assume its newly ad-
opted name, Toasted Rolls.
The change in name does not
mean a change in policy or
news coverage; we shall prob-
ably continue to be pretty dull,
in spite of everything. Rolls
will continue its policy of giv-
ing as near 100 percent news
r coverage of the campus, May-
nard street, and the Arboretum '
as possible, without fear arid
without malice.
The publisher of Toasted
Rolls has always been known
on campus as "That Old Si-t
ly," so the change won't be as
great as you might expect.
* * *
LOOK LOOK LOOK
(See all these nice statements
from prominent Rolls readers).
,
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SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY ONLY-

BARGAIN

DAY

-CLEARANCE OF"-
Summer Dresses and Coats

s'" .r

On this our day of days-we have made such enormous reduc-
tions in the dresses and coats on the Second floor-that even
the most hardened shoppers will gasp in amazement! With at
Least two months of hot weather ahead, this will be a boon rso
those who aren't fully prepared to weather it!
THESE REDUCED PRICES FOR BARGAIN DAY ONLY!
One Group of
SILK OR COT TON FROCKS
sizes 14-44

$5.00 values

x

2 for $5.00

One Group of
Organdy Ankle Length Frocks
White and Pastels-Sizes 14 t. 2..)
$9.95 values
One Group of
Silk Afternoon Frocks
light and Dark Shades-Sizes 14 to 20
$16.75 values

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$3.95
$6.95

French Room Dresses
Reduced!
Party Frocks, ankle length; After-
noon, Evening Dresses.

All Coats Reduced!
White, Black, Navy-Sizes 14 to 46.
$12.50 values............$7.77
$16.50 values, one group $io.oo
$16.50 values..........$11.oo
$2 5.00 values .......... $15.00
FLOOR

Values
Values

to $19.75--------$9.95
to $39.50.----$13.33
SECOND

Women's Shoes
One group of W\omen's
S o e s Values to
$3.9

Silk Hosiery
" Phoenix Chiffon
Hosiery

With a .proper distribution of stu-
dent bocies through various per-
iods of the year, there would not
be the necessity, as at present,
for constant expansion of college
and university plants. Not only
would smaller plants take care of
the all-year students but operating
costs would be minimized by a con-
stant use of the equipment. The
difficulty, of course, would be in
distributing the load, if students
were given the choice of seasons
in which to study, but experience
would probably solve the problem.
For the teacher, a program in
Which daily recreation and study
are coordinated would be far sup-
erior to one in which for weeks and
months there is neither instruction
nor, for many at least, healthful
recreation. For those who remain
in cities, effort is made every year
to secure for children the very
recreational facilities that they
would enjoy if the schools were in
session. Physically as well as mor-
ally most of these, even of element-
ary school age, as well as high
school students, would be better off
in the school buildings and in
school gymnasiums and p1 a y-
grounds than in the streets.
The value of a college education,
has been so often and so emphatic-
ally proved during the past few
years that no thinking person will'
deny that the process of acquiring
the culture offered by colleges and
universities should not be made any
easier for the growing number of'
young people bent on taking advan-
tage of its opportunities. The all-
year school would require more con-
centration and less play but it
would without doubt prove to be
a better period of discipline.
----
SUMMER
READING

Grandfather Vhooflce
"I congratulate Rolls on

ALL SUMMER
FOOTWEAR
\Value s to $io.oo
$5.95
Black and White
All White Shoes

Black Kid
Patent Leather
Brown Kid
Oxfords
One Straps
Pum ps
Brown and White
All Blonde Shoes

its

change of name. It is a forward
looking step, and shows Rolls' con-
fidence in the growth of the cam-
pus. I hope it will soon become a
daily column."
* * *

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The state of North Carolint is
testing a new law passed at the last
session of its legislature providing
that any person who fails to satis-
fy a final judgment for damages
in an amount in excess of $100 re-
sulting from an automobile crash
shall lose his right as operator or
owner of a motor car in that state.
This is one of the most drastic
laws ever placed upon the statute
books of any state, but it indicates
the trend of public opinion toward
the control of rapidly mounting
traffic toll in most all states. The
law means that the careless driver
who disobeys rules and regulations
about the maintenance and opera-
tion of his automoble will soon find
himself with a permanent listing
among the walking class, unless he
happens to be a brother of the
owner of the U.S. mint, as Nick the
Barber says in "Smart Money." But
as we all know all too large a per-
centage of the autos now driving
our highways are not backed by
either insurance policies or finan-
cial responsibility. When we stand
by the side of one of the main trav-
eled highways near Niles during a
week-end period and note the num-
ber of antiquated motor cars still
being operated we cannot but won-
der about the financial responsibil-
ity back of such autos. And when
we check up on the accident list
and learn that these cars figure in
many of the accidents, we wonder
again if every state is not headed
toward some sort of a regulation
similar to that passed last winter
in North Carolina.
The above statement is not de-
rogatory to old cars as a class.
Many of them are giving excellent
service, and are kept in good re-
pair so that they are not as much
of a menace as many of the newer
cars. But the point we make is that
a $100 auto-wreck in the. hands of
careless youths very frequently
causes much damage and even un-
necessary deaths. During a drive
from Jackson to Battle Creek last
summer this writer observed no
less than four auto accidents which
were all caused by young men driv-

L inen
Foot Savers-Reduced $7.85
23 pairs Woimen's Boudoir Slippers. Black,
green, blue, red, mules, $1 95
dhrsays .......................J
MAIN FLOOR
MEN! Here Are Big Savings
In These Furnishings
Prced Extremely Low for Bargain Day Only

Lion Chiffon
$1.29 values..... $i.o9
Artcraft Chiffon
$1.29 values .....$1.09
Hosiery
$1.95 values-...$1.29
Artcraft Service
Weight Hosiery
$1.95 values..... $1.29
MAIN]

Reg. $i.oo values. .8gc
$1.65 values..... $1.09
$z.95 values:.....$1.49
Phoenix ServiceWeight
$i.oo values.......8gc
$1.65 values..... $1.09
Lion Chiffon Hose
$1.50 values.......8gc
Van Raalte Chiffon
Hosiery
$1.95 values .....$1.49
$2.50-$2.95 values $1.98
VaneRaalte Service
Weight Hosiery
$1.95 values. $i.49
Humming Bird
Chiffon Hosiery
$i.95 values-.... .$I.49
FLOOR

Exceptionally Low Pri-ices on
TOILETRIES and DROS

Qudgqp Whoofle.
"Rolls is to be congratulated on
its change of name. The -step is a
forward looking one, and indicates
that Rolls has faith in the future
of the campus. I hope that in the
near future it will become a morn-
ing daily column."
* * *

Men's Shirts
Special
Splendid quality broad-
cloth Shirts. "Alliance"
brand! In plain white,
blue, tan or green. With
collar attached. Fully
preshrunk. $1.27
Sizes 14 to 1?...
Men's Belts
Regularly $1.00
Special lot of men's
leather belts with initial
buckles. In black or tan.
Sizes 59e
30 to 38 ..........5
Colored Shirts
Special
lRegularly $2.50
The "Ritz" collar at-
tached shirt that is pre-
shrunk and full cut. Of
lovely soft broadcloth, in
figures. $1.87
Sizes 14 to 17...
White Duck Pants
Regularly $2.50
Ideal for hot weather
sports. P r e s h r u n k.
All $1.95
sizes .......... .
Rayon Shirts
and Shorts
Special
Coopen's non-run rayon in
white, peach, green or
blue. All 45c
sizes ..............
Pongee Hankies
Special
Natural colored pongee
handkerchiefs with
drawn 17C
threads.........
All Linen Hankies
White all linen hemstitch-
ed. Size 17x17. $1.Q
8 for ...........
Main

. '
Bathing Suits
Regularly $5.00
B. V. D. and Ocean
makes ! Speed model all
wool bathing suits in all
colors men $3.95
like ..........
Men's Ties
Regularly $1.00
A chance to get a good
looking hand made silk
lined tie at only 84c. Ex-
cellent silks. All colors
and combina- 84C
tions ..............
Men's Ties
Regularly $1.50
Hand made ties in smort
colors and designs that
can be worn the 97C
whole summer ....
Men's Pajamas
Values from $2.19 to $3.50
Slip-over or blouse style
- splendid broadcloths -
all colors... In .broken
sizes $1.55
only .........
Floor

Priced Unusually
Low for Bargain
Day
1 Ivory Snow Free
with 3 Camay
Soap ............22C
WOODBURY'S
SOAP, 3 for.....soc
FL OATING HARD
WATER CASTILE
SOAP, 22 lb.
bar .............23c'
20c VANITY FAIR
LANA OIL COM-'
PLEX ION SOAP,
a biar .............gc
45c MOTHPROOF
GARMENT
BAGS ..........27c
z Ever-ready RAZOR
with two extra
blades, and 1 Ever-
ready Shaving
Cream, both for.. 33c
35c CHILD'S TOOTH
BRUSHES 17C or
2 or...........27c
PEPSODENT
TOOTH PASTE 32c
25c BRIDGE
CARDS .... .....7c
MILLER ELECTRIC
KITCHEN
CLOCKS ......$345
CEL LOPHANE $
WRAPPED PUFFS
in pastel colors....-5c
FACEL TISSUES
89c. size ......... v4c
45c size..........39c
25c size .........21c

20% off on all Pyralin
and Lucite Dresser
Sets and Odd Pieces.
$j.19 Crockery lined
I'HERMOS JUGS
for ......:.......98c
lUXOR POWDER
BLENDING KIT,
8gc
makes you a box of
Daytime and a box
of Evening powder
-. -to match your in-
dividual complexion
usually ........$1.25
1 2 o z . Pasteurized
Kraut Juice......lie
RUBBER PLAY
BA LLS-
25c size .........17c
50c size .........27c
75c size.........57c
ioc RUBBER BAT H
SPONGES .... .. c
A LL NOVELTY
BA TH SALTS and
BODY POWDERS,
% Less.
CHERAMY
FLORA L ODOR
SOAPS, 25c cakes
% Less.
MUSICAL
POWDER BOXES,
% Less.
SET OF 2 PER-
FUMES and i box
of POWDER, form-
erly 39c .........23c
MAIN FLOOR
DOWNSTAIRS SORE

Tommykins Whoofle.
"In changing its name, Rolls is
to be congratulated not only on
taking a forward-looking step, but
in showing its faith in the campus's
growth. It would be swell to see it
a daily feature."
* "

Book publishers in general are of
the opinion that light and enter-
taining reading is the order of the
day, in view of the current lazy
weather and economic distress. It
was a hard winter, they say, and
if next winter will be as bad or
worse, let's read agreeable novels
in 'our spare moments. Mystery
stories are all right, they infer, but
biography and philosophy is heavy
stuff, to be avoided if possible.
We agree with the bookman of
the Manchester Guardian who{
thinks that the book publishers and
book-sellers are mistaken. Tastes
differ, of course, but the person who
likes biography in winter will like
it in summer too; if he likes a cer-
tain author for winter reading, he,
will certainly appreciate him more
during the summer and during va-:
cation when his mind is free from

ing old auto-wrecks who had tried
to "cut-out" the line of traffic but
were unable to get enough speed
from their old motors to carry them
ahead safely. We all know that
such records are repeated fre-
quently in all sections of the state
not only on Sundays but other days
as well.

Mfwyp Whoofle.
"Accept my heart-felt congratu-
lations, along with the wish that
Rolls becomes a daily institution.
In changing your name , you have
placed confidence in what lies be-
fore our campus, and have put
through a perspicacious measure.
Sure. Sure. Sure."
* * *
(Roll's serial, "A Gentleman of
Parts", delayed by today's excite-
ment, will commence tomorrow
morning).
PLTSUH WHOOFLE

Phone 2000
Ypsilanti Exchange

4161
Ann Arbor

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