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Editorial. Comment

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or TCHE s 1i~mrR
Or MICHIGAN.

iursday, and Saturday Afternoons.
Press Building, Maynard Stree~t.
ness, 96o; Editorial, 2414.
VICE HOURS:
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-eed S00 words~, if signed, the signatures
ishedl in print, but as an evidence of
is will be 'published in The Wolverine
tor, if left or' mailed to the office.
s will receiv~e no consideration. N o
1 uness the writer encloses postage.
necessarily enidors'e the sentiments ex-

.......Managing Editor
r1It.
.......Business 3,Msnager
2738.
STANTS
rel, Jr. Robert L. Kersey
F'ORS
Hamilton Cochran ~

Y 31, 1920.
1 PROSP~ECTS
sesson is destined to
3 rgely depend upon the
iistration officials as to
The development will
providing the Summer
sufficient means of get-
ere.
is flow working which
inc at su'mer schools,
if the proper induce-
f a shortage of 1o0,,o0
:achiers getting special
ase in salaries, and the
ared teachers, there is
r takng sumimer work.
mpj)rary, for the devel-
acation through federal
tof employees' schools
1concerns, the engaging
pupil, the extending of
Le increase in extension
cognized value of, edu-
make the demand for
are the cause of the
will not be relieved for
Cation is less acute there
.chers who are hurrying
ome~ will be desirous of
to ob)tain Wistter posi-
summer course as the
1 ecure their share of
e the 'proper appeal to
interests are primarily
subjects, and in suml-
Nill take th'ose courses
or some time Michigan
ersities in offering the
the work of the educa-
ly< being extended, with
*of teac5hers here for
igert each year. These
1the last few, years be-
of courses, bu.t -Mich-
*Ani extension of the
ark and, an increase in
s faculty is needed even
o. cias, it is to .be ex-
mter session w ill get its
miy in so doing will the
1 that it will be a mecca
graduate and researcih

A MER ANS 6IN B ITISH UItTVEr;SI IESI
Somne years must Pass before the number of
Aneican students in European universities rises'
to the point reached before the war. Eventually
there will probably be far more than there ever were
in the past, but most of them will go with a differ-'
ent lPur 6se. The awe of the Geran Ph. D. has
gone with th awe of, other things German, and not
many students'will go to Germany. Vherever tey
Sgo, most of them are likely to search for some spe-
cial excellence of a particular university, or perhaps
of sone 'articular region, rather than fo'rthe mere
acquisition l ff a dgree.
Inevitably m'iany, of, these wandering Americans
will study in the Britis isles, and the British Edu-
cational 'Mission, which visited America last year
came chiefly to find what these men were likely to
want and how to prepare it for them. Before that
muission jeft England the British uiversites were
already preparing to give the Ph. D. degree,itherto
an ,unknown and soewhat suspeted diploa of
the foreigner. No doubt they decided to adopt it
tin great measui~e beause they knew that American
t dition demnanded it. Oxford at least hadaleady
found that, the' best American scholars were not
likely to be attracted to a university which paid no
great attention to research, nd rewardd such re-
search rvork as was aconrllished, however good it
mnight 'be, ;with'a 'baccalaureate degree tht in
Amrerica had a very different sigiance. 'But the
new "'degre brought changes with it; the older
Eniglish universities are giving a greater pilace to,re-
search now tan eer before.
Already 'AMricans: are being attracted in Con-
siderable niml erssuch numbers,n deed, that Ox
ford and Cmbridge are in prosotpect f beig some
what emrbarriassed. xThe' residntial tspace of' the
O6xford"and- camridg colleges islikely, it seems,
to be ovrtdxdby the ative demand without con-
sidering fdr ens. xfor, of course, will Iave;
a hund ,or o Americans "in any case on account
of the Rhodes Scholarships, and an eftrt is being
madte to fset befoe the American Wh *pects to
studly somewhere"in the B1ritish Isles te advan-
tages' of other institutions.
The July number of the American Oxoian is'
devoted principally to sie'account of these other
universities. > Cambridge is known widelyr enough
and a Cambridge degree carries weight inYAmerica,,
but th e ewercity" universities of .?ngland'2.a mis-
l 1eading nnu,'e- ad the older institutions of 'Scot-
land, Wales ran Ireland deserve more considea-
ton that, the average America, desirous of a for-
eindegree is 'ikey to give thy. As Mr. Tucker'
Brooke observes in the magazine metioned:
"If Amiericans will scrutinize carefully'the spe-,
cial facilities afforded in their particular field by
eac of' the British uiversities, and will select for
residence an institutiont ratherthan a name, they
will do themselves a 'service which their accommo-
dation imnpes upon the Poers of assimilation
and diretion f their British host,"
In Leeds' and Manchester, to say nothing of Edin-'
burgh andt Aberdeen, American students are likey
to find 'a .good deal that will be of use to them.
Drenching of Oxford and Cambridge with' a flood'
too suidden ad heavy for the soil to absorb would
be of little use either to England or to Americaa.-
~NT w York World.
1 ' Abaft the News s
Weil, old Resolute has finally waddled across the :
line' d smashed the watery tape all to bits and the
old cup that doesn't cheer still stays with us. Yes,
the cup. remains on, this side empty.
Somebody was saying tother day that the pice
of paper was so high that they were going lack to
macking shoes out of leather.
"HOUSES BURNE D IN TIPERARY"
a -eadline.
The firemen stayed home Land sang the song.

PROBABLY JUST ONCE
"Man anid Woman TPry Sticide"-Headlille.
,By next fall there won't be many dandelions on
Mr-. Harding's front lawn.. Or ,any grass 'either.
"L EVANTINE S WEAR
BEAD ST]RINGS TO
BAFFLE Er IVIL EYE"
Mor1e 'than some Amierican misses' nowadays.
t NEVER BEORES
W ent into a barber shop the other day and caught
a barbe-r shaving himself.
" SON OFL EX-KAISER
TAKES OWN' LIFE"
-Hea dli11e.
HleNwasn't a good enough shot to bow his brains
cut.
THEV PROFES.SIONAL PRONOUN
"T don't know anyone who has used it successfully
except Holmes anld I."-Professor Brander Mat-
thews, relayed by the Timets-Newsv..

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SAUL N ETS' CANOE LIVERY
Onl the Huron IRivet

BOX LtJNCIIEiSAT

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DeIlicatessen~
OPEN SUNDAYS 4 T0OL P. M.
119 [asti~lb ty Stret
Phione 2620M ,

We.c have a nice line of:,
TENNIS RACQUE'TS- $2.50 to $10.50
ALL GUARANTED
CIOAMPION TENNIS BALLS- 60c each
RACQUETS RESTRUNG-~ $1.50 to$35
WA HR5 UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE
Everything in University Supplies

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STUDENTS LUNCH
409 E. JEFFERSON
OE 6 .tlo ,Q :PtHome aked Pies
ALWAYS LADIES
READY INVITED

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We Save Your Clothes By Taking Pan~s
~WIITEWAH,~JSew on Butt-

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ens, and do
Reason~able
Mending

SoftwAter

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CALL 165
SERVLCE ON REQUEST

ONE DAY

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Blue Front
Cigar Store
Under Student Management

White Swan laundry- Company
Detroit and Catherine Streets

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A Place for Particulfar P'eople'

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FCorner State, and Packardf

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Plants 3f All Kinds
fBluMaize Blossom

S Ni~~kels Arcade
E~xpert -Marcelling

Shop
Nickels Arcade

601M

Fd
TRUBEYS
Confectionery
Lunches"
Whea downtown stop
in and cool ofif..
Courteous and satisfactory
TREIATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
Tb3'e AnnArbor Savings, Bank,
Incorporated ,1869
Capital and Surplis, $600,000.00
Resources, $4,750,006.00

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ENERGINE ODORLESS CLEANING
Kindly nxotice how mu~ch longer our Energine Cleaning
stays clean over any other cleaning you have had.

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Comany.
REPAIING.

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209 S.. 4TH AYE-ANN ARBOR-PHONE 2508

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707 North tUniversiy Avenue'
"Ma"" Failings

YOUNQ WOMEN

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9Join the

Ruth were
bor ,at 9:30
ents would

to gave
o'clock,,
attend

714-Monroo' St.

(Nett to 0utting)

NICE HOME COOKED 'MVEALS
3l Meals pi . day $6.50 gr.wk.

ou get disgusted
when you can

With
sleep

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GREAT BELL FAMILY
aa
t And Be Happy and Secure
It's heart-breaking to '"lose your job."
Telephone Operators are never "laid off" for any reason or. at any
season.
It's embarrassing to have to, ask for a "raise."
Telephone Operators know that their salary increa~ses will come
at regular, stated periods. They do not even have to ask.
It's disagreeable to have to work n dirty, untidy rooms and on
heavy, unpleasant materials.
Telephone Operators work in pleasant, bright, airy rooms that are
immaculately clean, land at work .th~at is clean and full of changing
interest.

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es, The Nce York Timges peaks
Iket th~e Republican party would
ersed from IHarding and Coolidge
Harding, but we'll wager they'd
oolidge were the nominee.
an empty cup that hie would have
gland, Sir Thomas probably isn't
lost it-not the race.

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.E. University Avenue
develops films
and
MAKES P 'RINTS
withli.care

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You, Can Earn $25

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Ford's bank roll, we
0o blackmail.(

would be

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just for going to our Technical School for two weeks to; learn telephone
operating.
Then watch your salary grow.
Dining rooms, meals at cost, sitting rooms, free benefits, eight-
hour day.
App~y for a position as a Student Operator TODAY between 9
AVASH1MGT0IN & MA UN SRE ,I1 THE BA-NKI BLDG.
Miss BOWES, CHIEF OPERATOR
MICHIGAN -STATE. TELEPHONE COMPANY'

team in the fall seems highly
lember too well how we had
l tucked away this time last

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FOB, IRENT

SAUNDERS' 'CANOE LIVERY,
On the Huron River

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