R OF THE SUMMER
'Y OF MICHIGAN.
ng, Maynard Street.
S2:oo o'clock daily, except
oo to 2 :oo o'clock
ds, if signed, the signatures
it, but as an evidence of
iblished in The Wolverine
r mailed to the office.
ve no consideration. No
writer encloses postage.
endorse the sentiments ex-
every man is equal. The spirit of the University is
instilled and given at the Union. No place better
reflects the cosmopolitanism of Michigan than the
Union; gives_,a better indication of Michigan spirit.
For any man to believe he is a Michigan man with-
out being a member of the Union is folly.
It is such advantages that Union membership
offers for a'small sum--one which all must pay and
which is little in comparison to the good derived
The Democrats tried to give their old mule an
awful kick, but the best they could get for him was
a padded hoof.
Bryan is among those, who will tell you that flat-
tery in the way of applause often doesn't mean
Sparks' circus band paraded by the campus play-
ing "The Victors," but we didn't observe many of
the students-except one freshman-being lured
away from their books to follow the charm of
)Y lsconception Is
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world that Germany should be put on
a peace treaty as soon as possible, so
she not only would be able to take
care of herself but would be able to
resume 'her economic position among
the countries of the world.
"To bring this about, settlement
should be made as soon as possible to,
determine what land, indemnities,
goods and so on she should or should
not give up. These were things of an
economic nature, while the questions
that were brought up in the drafting
of the League of Nations were polit-
ical," Professor Reeves also stated.
Try our Michigan Linen-a good quality-
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Envelopes to match at 15 cents per package.
Best quality Kara Linen, 50 cents per pound.
Envelopes to match at 20 cents per package.
"EVERYTHING IN STATIONERY."
WAH R' S BOOKSORE
SY 6, 1920
auto tourist through Ann Arbor yesterday
well have mistaken this place for "The De-
Session Lecture course,
resting and educational
.d be sufficient to show
and well worth attend-
ne hour of the student's
ay the summer student
to increase his knowl-,
n widely different but
tional subjects. Vary-
:h, however, are not too
which any average in-
ie addresses at 5 o'clock
ence auditorium can be
ry day to his great ad-
ogram, full of numbers
repared by Dean E. H.
ly succeeded in making
beter than the preced-.
every student should
ion, and while the prin-
g this is the class room,.
e nor with his outside
s are offered in the Uni-
ich 'bear the stamp of
vhich are specially pre-
one should realize that
lucation. The Summer
:h the rena-errients--
such men as
of his educa-
A POINT FOR CANADA
Carada is nuch in need of school teachers. Judg-
ing by the advertisements in Canadian papers, the
dominion is anxious about the situation and is mak-
ing alluring offers to teachers.
Most of the positions in the country's elementary
schools yield returns as high as $Soo or $900 a
year, while high school positions carry with them,
rewards of $700 to $800 more annually. Nearly all
the school districts or sections of course expect first-
class, "professional" teachers in return for expendi-
tures like these.
But one Canadian town appears to be frank and
considerate iii the matter. This municipality simply
calls for a "second-class, non-professional teacher."
The particular town is likely to get just what it
wants, and the other needy places just what they
don't want in the way of teachers.
Canada might get some points on the teacher
question from her neighbor to the south. And the
chief item might be 'thatthe United States,.after
prolonged anxiety not unmixed with indifference,
found there was a very simple remedy for a teacher
shortage and ah easy means of luring teachers to
any one place. The remedy is just being applied in
sections of this country. It consists of something
like adequate pay for the work of teachers and some
encouragement to the teacher to make himself a
"professional" in his line.-Kansas City Star.
Abaft the News
The summer girl we gladly scan,
We look her .o'er;
We find she wears a coat of tan,
And not much more.
The summer girl is with us now,
And shows some style,
She wears a string of beads,
And pleasant smile.
The summer girl is here today
In' filmy drape.
The sun shine brightly, that we may
Behold her shape.
The summer girl a'bathing goes,
She does look cute,
Rolled in her handkerchief is
Her bathing suit.
NO, DEAR, IT'S NOT A DANCE, IT'S A
FOOT-EA SE POWDER
An adin the paper says, "Shake it in your shoes
From o' Bill Rand
Take me. far.'
He leaves the band
On his cigar.
I read in the paper that a 400 pound tuna fish was
caught off the Florida coast the other day. Think
how muchchicken salad that will make when it gets
to New York.
Wilson has that apparent heir, you know.
Saw a fair young thing yawn the other morning
and queried her if she were tired. "Yeah," says
she; "went to a dance last night and my shoulders
just ache this morning."
Why is it that women when crossing the street
or crossing or double-crossing anything else, never
go where they look or never look where they go?
Her-"I can't stand kissing."
Him-"Let's'go over to that bench."
The Democratic nominees (prospective) seem to
be stalling around and waiting to see just how wet
they can go.
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r t , .. ',
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Our very compete assortment of Waterman,
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O, D. MORRILL
Discuss League, Not Treaty
According to the professor, practi-
cally all of the discussion of the
treaty that has taken place in the
United States Senate has been in re-
gard to the League of Nations, which
is only about one-thirtieth of the
whole treaty. The treaty is divided
into three parts, the League of Na-
tions covenant, the conditions of set-
tlement with Germany, and the labor
Removes Occasion for War
Another point brought i~p by Pro-
fessor Reeves in discussing the treaty
was that the League of Nations is gen-
erally'taken as being an instrument
for stopping war. This, he said, is
extremely hard to do, as it is no easy
matter to determine the cause. Only,
what can be done successfully, he said,
was to remove theoccasion for war.
5 ickels Arcade
SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY,
On the Huron River
FOR RENT OR SALE
BOUCHT and EXCHANGED
It is easy to find one of our stores and
of them has a stock of pens from which you
surely find one to suit you.
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DINING - - ROOM
A Place for Particular Pe ople
of the Summer Ses-
5ram has been pro-
pute, who lecture on
has proven remark-;
et seven mote weeks
addresses. The pro-
iprovided ; it waits
[vantage of it and to
t of their education.
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L. ROSELLE HIGGS, Prop.
he new students at Michigan,
University with the Summer
opped at the Michigan Union
of the portal and refused ad-
are not members. Perhaps,
we been denied entrance, will
, will believe that they are not
far from the case. It should
idividual to be refused admit-
d point out to him what he is
es of this building are so many
rivileges must necessarily be
uit any Michigan man may be-
act almost everyone is, at least
,he regular academic session.
s of the system, the newcomer
must pay a small fee,-one
for the privileges,-until the
n become an annual member.
llars, one may secure the pass-
rn roam at will over the entire"
the privileges of the Union.
x is a small one, and every
ld be a member. Without a
ntages of the building will be
not be served meals, either in
room; he can not read in the
ie privileges of attending the
denied. These are a few of
it there is yet a greater one.
orms a meeting place for all ,
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether thetaccount be large
Tbq Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital and Surplus, $600,000.00
Northwest Corner Main & Huron
707 North Universiy Avenue
THE ALLY OF EVERY OTHER SPORT -
FOR KODAK AMATEURS THIS STORE IS Gj H. Q.
Cameras, Photographic Helps and Conveniences
that make Picture Making all the Easier,-Film
LYNDON AND COMPANY
719 NORTH UNIVERSITY
SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS
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STATE AND LIBERTY STREETS
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THREE PERSONS KILLED BY
Three people, a man, woman and
child, were killed by a Detroit-bound
interurban, when a D. U. R. car struck
their automobile yesterday afternoon
at Cook's crossing, this side of Wayne.
No information concerning the acci-
dent could be secured from the local
interurban station, 'which apparently
knew little of the tragedy.