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The Wolverine, 1920-06-24

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MEN MAY COME AND GO, BUT-
Hundreds of alumni from classes which were
graduated as far back as 1864 have returned to Ann
Arbor for reunions. They have come to see again
the campus, which they were on for years, where
they imade their friends and learned their lessons,
and they have come to mix again with their old
classmates, and to meet the students who are now
upholding the glory of Michigan. To many of them
the campus will be strange ; new buildings have gone
up, and there have been many changes. Perhaps
some of these returned graduates will wonder if
their Michigan can have survived.
These men and women, who have returned for a"
few days which will. recall their undergraduate'
life, will greet their old friends, and they will be-
cone acquainted with the graduating senior class
and' what underclassmen are still here. In their
talks with these undergraduates and the professors
who are here from year to year, they can not fail
to be impressed with the present Michigan, the'
Michigan which is the same as it was in their days.
Perhaps there have beendoutward changes,told
building-s fhave been replaced with new and better'
ones; their professors have retired and new ones
have crfie; Joe's and the Orient 1ve gone forever,
hut the real Michigan is still there. That spirit,{
which calls these- graduates back after years of
absence, -still lives. The undergraduate of today is
as strong for Michigan as his predecessor was;
both live for 'their school, and 'both will fight for it
in the future evern more so than in the past, after
the reunioi of old classmates and mingling with the
undergraduates.
Red hair isaid to be an indication that its pos-
sessor is a man of actiop, in which case there ought
to be a hot time around the University pretty soon
with Dr. Burton in office.
The Summer Session may be a good time for a
lot of people to study, but most of them' apparently
do.1 not care much about contributing to THE
VOLVIERINI.
If the pep shown at the California games is an.
indication of the alumni spirit, Michigan alumni are
evidently the most loyal in the country..
The 'Class of '82, which is holding a reunion this
year,.must be ,mighty proud of itself. Four of its
members areon the Board of Regents.
Some might dispute the statement, but numbers
prove that our alumni body is the largest.

Summer School Students!
Greetings,
Again we are at your service with
Text books and Students Supplies
For all Departments
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Capital "and. Surplus, $600,000.00
Resources, $4,750,000.00

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KODAK
FOR KODAK AMATEURS THIS STORE IS G. H. Q.
Cameras, Photographic Helps and Conveniences
that make Picture Making all the Easier,-Film
and Paper
EVERYTHING'S HERE
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FOR TRAVELING ANYWHERE, ANY TIME
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, and are
cashed by Banks, Hotels, Railroads, etc, without identifica-
tion.

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Nickels Arcade

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FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
101.106 South Main Street 380 South State Street
(Nickels Arcade)

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May President-elect Burton's future talks always
be as inspiring as'his first official address.
Despite the fact that the Spirits are gone, the old
Spirit still seems to be here..
The Bean Bag
The Bean Bag opens under weird circumstances.
The poor -child has no parents. Vain attempts of
The Bean Bag to find a parent have been to no avail.
Nothing has been left undone in the desire to find
scmeone who will look after this sad infant.
Only through, the noble compassion of the great
gentleman and poet,'Dr. Tom Lovell, poet laureate
and lieutenant colonel of archery, was it possible to
bring The Bean, bag before the Public. Dr. Lovell
'thanks you even more than we do.
YOUR COLLEGE DAYS ARE ENDED
(All Rights Reserved)

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ANNOUNCING

/'

ing into its own. Its
With 'every room on
luni months before,
> overflowing with the
milies, and with every
sed by various classes
s, theUnion'is fulfill-
' common stamping
nd for the'students.
nion been, in its new
this year has it been
me it has come up to
s builders, it has sur-
wildest dreamers, and
Id become one of the
rersity. The road is
s hope, and the men,
[estinies of the Union,
' far the alumni sup-
d it is 'only through
i nade possible. With
ing 'alumni who are
first time, the things
possible, the possibili-
lly realized.
ags mar the complete-
unfinished swimming
:he only blots in the
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>le to complete these.
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ry money.
ntly have not noticed
rient.
higan alumni as Dun

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Your college days are over,
The fight with life begins,
So set a goal before, you
And may yoi be the one to win.,
2.
You've been trained for noble actions
So never have it said of you,
You're going to let your gifts lie idle
In the cities that face you.
3.
You need never fear the battle
If the 'cause 'you're in is right,
And that is yet more certaini
If you stand in the honest fight.

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4.
For noble men 'have fallen
And you'll be called to take their place,
In the political struggles
That your country has to face.
5.
So be strong and'brave, I'll ask you,
TheinI know you'll have success,
And there will be no one able
To defeat you in the test.
6.
So as you leave old Michigan
In yotir glory for to say,
For this we'know, old Michigan .
Will wish you good day.
Never forget old acquaintances
That you've' formed while you've been here,
In any part of the world you go to,
Keep these acquaintances dear.
8.
As you leave behind the campus,
And everything is done-
All the way you further go,
May you be the conquering one.3
-DR. TOM a.OVELL.

MILLINERY SALON, SECOND FLOOR

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.GERMANY UNABLE TO PAY ANY
INDEMNITY AVERS "GE RMANIA"
(By Associated Press)
Berlin, June 24.-Whatever may be
the size of the indemnity to be de-
manded from Germany by the Entente,

the newspaper. Germania says Ger-
many cannot payit.
Taxation, it adds, has already reach-
ed its utmost bearable limits and fur-
ther burdens would be tantamount to
confiscation.
The paper asserted there was dan-

ger that Merman delegates to the con-
ference at Spa would be forced to sign
undertakings which they knew could
not be carried out.

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