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TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1919
Any person who attempts to speak of any woman or class of women at
time does so at his peril. The presumptions, arising by virtue of com-
experience, are against the existence of a judicial state of mind in the
ker. Add to such remarks as may be addressed to this subject the fact
the dissertation is composed in the spring or summer, and the sit-
n is admirably suited to an application of the doctrine legally desig-
I as res ipsa loquitur. Nevertheless, we purpose to invoke such im-
ty as editorial plurality may afford and to venture a few words of im-
anal comment upon a highly personal topic.
Language has been said to be a system of symbols., To us the term
)ol ma'am" was formerly most representative of a high celluloid
, spectacles, and a brass-edged ruler. Geometrically speaking, the
of ma'am consisted of 180 degrees or "the sum. of such angles as, taken
her, equaled a straight line." But whatever may have been the accu-
of our concept as concerns particular cases, and of this we express
opinion, experience has again demonstrated the danger of generalities.
have met several school ma'ms and were not afraid. In fact, we have
less hesitancy in "thinking aloud" before .them than in the company
,e average co-ed. A wider cross-section of life has lent a kindlier in-
and a more tolerant philosophy. Stability of character and maturity
.dgment are things not to be gleaned from he facts between preface
finis, and are refreshing stimulants when encountered in a scholastic
Most of us know what it means to receive an education; few of us
v what it means to impart one. The latter, whatever the compensa-
therefor, is essentially altruistic. It is fundamentally service, - and
ce, whether it be the forceful task of regicide (we prefer the expres-
to that suggested by Mr. Ford), or the peaceful occupation of teach-
is the practical pursuit of vision. The school ma'am's wagon is
ed to a star whose effulgence is more than hinted by its mellowing
On the Other Hand-
Hey! Look! Added Attraction
It is with great pleasure that we an-
nounce to our gentle readers that Miss
Beatrice Barefacts has consented to
grace this here colyum with her ad-
vice to the needy. Miss Barefacts
will answer all or any questions that
you desire to put to her and if you
desire secrecy she will write you a
personal letter if you do not forget to
enclose 50 cents in stamps or coin.
Miss Barefacts just came in and says
she prefers the coin if it is just the
same to you.
Here are Miss Barefacts' answers
Dear Miss Barefacts:
Something just occurred to me as I
was writing this that I thought might
be interesting to you. Do you think
it would? 22E.
22E: No, I'm sure it wouldn't.
Dear Miss Barefacts:'
How far is it from Nova Scotia to
calm Beach, how can flies walk on
the ceiling, and what time is it now
in Tibet? Scientist.
Dear Miss Barefacts:
I am a girl of 36 and a young man
asked me to go out with him the other
night. This is the first time this has
ever happened. I have talked it over
with mother and she doesn't know
what to say. What shall I do?
Co-ed: Don't worry, it won't hap-
pen again. He is probably sober by
"Summer Fiction, 39c." Yes, sum-
mer fiction and some are by Harold
Make Your Stenographer Your Barber
For sale, two Dictaphone machines;
also Dictaphone shaviAg machine. De-
troit Shipbuilding Co.
-Detroit Free Press.
From old George Brand
Take me far,
He leaves the band
On his cigar.
You Will Go Swimming, Will You!
LOST-Near the river, silver neck-
lace, large links with. opal set in
pendant. Finder notify Wolverine
-From the classified.
.when you're feeling good
the sun is shining
the birds are singing
everything is rosy
do you have to go out
play golf and spoil your day?
Walt Mason is a great old boy and
he must have made a pile; each day
he fills 'his little niche and makes his
readers smile. No subject is too deep
for. him, his wit is sharp as flint; he
takes things as they come around and
slaps them into print. Things large
and small, he takes 'em all and makes
'em all seem new; and if you read
him every night you'll see things in
a different .light and know what he
says is true. Out of 'em all he takes
a fall, financier or miser; one night
he'll kid the president and then he'll
rap the kaiser. When a man has
made a hit like Walt his imitators are
not few, and so don't think that I'm
in fault if I'm one of them too.
Who Raised Him?
Ypsilanti's chief of police is named
Yes, So It Is
Snared in a movie ad: Choosing a
Wife-a first National attraction.
What Does It Say?
LOST-White poodle dog answering
to the name of "Toodles."
-Ann Arbor Times.
Ching Li put his iron down on its
stand. Mechanically he wiped the
dew from his forehead and mechan-
ically he turned off the switch.
-From a Current Magazine.
Who ever heard of a Chinese laun-
dryman having dew on his forehead?
Miss Douglas Proves
She Did Not Drown
That's the trouble nowadays, so
many of the girls have such a hard
time proving that they're alive.
I(EEP GYM OPEN LONGER'
LAW STUDENT SAYS SHOWERS
SHOULD BE AVAILABLE AT
Editor, The Wolverine:-
An editorial recently appearing in
The Wolverine criticized the regula-
tions of the tennis courts and sug-
gested that more liberal hours be es-
tablished for the use of same. The
criticism seemed well founded, but no
action has resulted in correction of
conditions. I can, therefore, hardly
hope that my remarks will accomplish
any practical result, but I cannot al-
low that fact to deter me from voic-
ing a matter which is little different
Why does the gymnasium close
every 'day at 5 o'clock and remain
closed all of Saturday afternoon? No
doubt the janitor of the building is as
much entitled to recreation as we,
but the fact cannot be gainsaid that
the building is run primarily for the
use of the students. We pay for lock-
ers and it would seem that their use
once a day is not unreasonable in
summer. Yet those of us who are en-
rolled in the professional schools and
whose work often runs through until
Saturday noon or afternoon, are de-
nied the possibility of exercise in the
gym on that day.
The showers are one of the most
attractive features of the building dur-
ing summer. Yet it is almost impos-
sible for anyone who has an afternoon
class on any week day to play tennis
on Ferry field and get back to the
gym by 5 o'clock in theafternoon. It
is impossible if that class is from 3
to 4 in the afternoon.
We respectfully submit that more
convenient arrangements may and
should be put in force.
A LAW STUDENT.
DEATH OF BURGLAR REVEALS
DUAL LIFE OF PENN STUDENT
Philadelphia, Pa. July 21.--Identifi
cation of the burglar shot by Pro-
fessor Shappelle in a bold attempt to
rob a fraternity house here has re-
vealed the double role played by a
student in the University of Pennsyl--
The masked robber has been iden-
tified by one of his classmates as An-
thony W. Holfelner of Buffalo. No
one had suspected Holfelner of lead-
ing a dual life as he was always a
conscientious student Examination
of his rooms, however, has revealed a
large amount of plunder taken from
other buildings and fraternities which
have been robbed recently.
The young student burglar was
probably a kleptomaniac as investiga-
tion has shown that he did not at-
tempt to dispose of any of his booty.
One noted psychologist has said that
Holfelner was probably a victim of de-
1ID-SEMESTERS TO BE HELD
IN LAW SCHOOL THIS WEEK
Mid-semester examinations will be
held this week for students of the
Law school. This will be the end of
the fifth week in the Law school when
many of the courses are completed.
A number of the students will be
graduated at the end of the fifth week,
Watch for the Student Directory.
Advertise in The Wolverine.
Wahr's University Bookstores
For Traveling Anywhere Anytime
You will enjoy using the
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks as issued by this bank. They
come in denominations of $10, $20, $50 and $100, are cashed
by Banks, Hotels, Railroads, etc., without identification.
Farmers & Mechanics Bank
101-105 S. Main 330 S. State St.
Go to LYNDON'S 719 N. UNIVERSITY AVE.
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TO DEVELOP AND PRINT
story in a current issue of a magazine has for its subject the dif-
aspects in which various things appear, according to the mood of
eholder. When he out of sympathy with the world, when things seem
Ming wrong with him, everything looks to be out of joint. There is a
mansion which seems to him to be.cold and forbidding. The rich old
t.e is a heartless money-grabber, and his wife a glittering fashion-
ut later, when his heart is happy, when his spirit is in tune with the
the same things appear to him in a vastly different light. The mansion
finest on the street, where before it had been the ugliest. Now it
es warmth and cheerfulness and beckons the passer-by. The mag-
a the kindliest olld man imaginable, who gives him the key to his
cigars and does his best to make him feel at home. And his wife
the cold-blooded society person he had imagined, but a motherly,
e woman, whose clothes now appear to be simple and beautiful,
previously they had seemed over-conspicuous and too ornamental.
was all in "the eye of the beholder," as the author (states. It did
Utter what he said when his mood was melancholy and down-hearted.
thing appeared in that light. And when his mood was one of joyous-
t was reflected on everything. There are these two ways of looking
things, and it depends on the mood we are in as to how we shall see
he important thing is not that we should try to avoid seeing things
melancholy mood, but that we should avoid the melancholy mood.
are a matter of will, and it is just as easy to will being in the happy
as it is to will. the opposite. There are those who are crushed by mis-
, and whose whole after-life is changed and embittered by it. But
ig man. is *ever crushed. He is an optimist "despite everything -
is the optimists that accomplish things in the world. The man with the
r outlook, who sees all things in a sad and dreary light, is never the
f action and of results.
te examination of Henry Ford as a witness for himself seems not un-
mental vaudeville performance. At such an exhibition of intellectual
er and incompetence the cynic must sneer, the satirist smile and the
opher sigh. If there never has been a valid argument for classical
ion before there is one now in the revelation of the confusions, the
ions and the contradictions of this remarkable man's untutored
-The Cincinnati Enquirer.
hat with the summer tan of the male and the conspicuous fair bloom
female, -it is hardly a figure of speech to remark that the complexion
versity life has changed.
cabinet position devoted to the administration of aviation is 'pro-
Other flighty suggestions are in order.
res sell for $250 in Hungary. That's surely stretching rubber.
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DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(March 30, 1919)
(Central Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-8 :xo a
in., and hourly to 8: io p. m.
Jackson Limited and Express Cars-p :48
a. m., and every hour to 9:48 p. m. (Xx-
presses make local stops west of Ann Arbor.)
Local Cars East Bound-6:oo a. m., :05 a.
m. and every two hours to 9:o5 p. In., 10:50
p. m. To Ypsilanti only, I1:45 P. i., 12:20
a. M., z :xo a. mr, and to Saline, change at
Local Cars West Bound-6:a8 a. m. and
r1:20 p. M.
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Air Changed Once a Minute
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