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June 07, 1921 - Image 2

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The Wolverine, 1921-06-07

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end, all the while having another in
iat is worth doing at all is worth doing
old maxim and a true one and only so
follow a course of doing ,everything
are we going to be successful in any
science, literature, or art, though the
loose now will before long he. thrown.
card. Even if we do change our aims
run, the training we receive and the ef-
t on them now can never be anything
it to us, providing we go at it whole-

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LIBRARY EXHIBITS
When we visit a city which is new to us, those
who are .at all interested in things having to do with
history, art or the like, feel, inclined, and with rea-
son, to visit the galleries and other such places of
interest as that city affords; and frequently we
pay perfectly good hard-earned cash to gain ad-
mittance. But the influence of human nature is
strarige indeed. Place those same people in an en-
vironment of culture, surround them with just
such collections of historic or art objects as they
will go miles and spend dollars to see, and all too
frequently they will pass them by with scarcely
more than a glance.,
Exhibits of more than passing interest are shown
from time to time in the corridor of the University
Library, colletions which equal if not surpass those
to be found in many of the larger museums, and
we continually pass them by. almost unnoticed. The
would-be popular songster who caroles "After You
Get What You Want Yow, Don't Want It" was not
far from right.
Poor old West. hall was officially doomed two
years ago, and yet she ,still is used and continues
to obstruct the view from the Betsy Barbour sur
porch. All of which proves the statement that it
isn't well to plan your funeral until you're dead.
* With the new College of kducation, and the ap-
pointment of an assistant dean for the literary col-
lege, it is well to avoid trying to count the number
of deans on our campus. One might soon run out
of finggrs.
Romanticism is a popular study at Michigan, in
proof of which fact witness the difficulty of find-
ing a vacant bench on the boulevard any nice eve-
ning, even this late in the college season.
The p-henomenon of accumulation in a restaurant
seems to be as active as ever, for Chop Suey i1 the
only dish that hasn't taken a rise in price 'iour
years.
('When are they going t6 re-guild the ball on top
of University hall? That process always furnishes
excellent amusement between classes.
Isn't it almost time for the heretofore much-
talked-of Doug and. Mary to stage a little domestic
squabble?
Some people still act as if they thought the Union
reading room stacks were free news stands.
a- -
Other:' Qpinins
StRMONS IN FIGHTS1
(The NewY ork Tmes)
M. Carpentier's brief but spirited, engagement
with J'ack Dempsey evokes incandescent words from
certain sociological cergymen of what may be
called, without offense, the film school. One of
these eminent schoolmen finds "the disgraceful
prizefight" - which waSn't a prizefight - "a col-
lective sin," sharedby the great crowd of spectators
and the wicked millions that read about it with
eager interest. One wonders if thiscritic ever saw
a football or even .a lively basketball game, much
sterner, ru4er and more idangerous diversions. or
collective sins than' the contest. on Boyle's Thirty

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Photography the Kodak way is le
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work-we can readily show you he
Autographic Kodaks from $8.
.fWrobinies $2.00 up

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TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Sayings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus,..$62i,006.00
Resources .........$5,000,000.00
707 North University Ave.
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron

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buys a brand
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portabletype-
writer. Other~ makes
at attractive prices.
See us before you buy.
Ti PEWRITERS
of leading makes bought, sold,
~rented, exchanged, cleaned and
repaired.
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to your door for the entire summer
school.-Adv.

for Home-Cooked Meals
TRY TUTTLES
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npassioned foe of boxing matches is
thought that "on this Sunday millions
will make almost their exclusive Sun-
the account of the glorification of
i prime American, as an ideal product
:ation". It is cruel to restrict a ro-
nere trivial fact, but nobody has glor-
y as- a prime American, or an ideal
r civilization., He has more strength,
cience than his opponent. That's all.
'deeply loved by his countrymen. He
the head man in his class of his pro-
esent. Ideal products of civilization,
anism, had as much to do with the
would have to do with an interna-
ition of players of "stick-knife" or
ching, recreations untainted with in-

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White trousers, flannel and duck
Golf Suits with knickers a n d
trousers
Sport Coats, riding Breeches

Fine shirts and Collars
Interwoven hose
Vassar Underwear

Straw Hats
Fine Caps

Johnston & Murphy oxfc
Boyden oxfords
White Canvas oxfords

Lincolns

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our distressed
sermons may
moralist seems
was a mighty
tler. Physical

*Everything a
WAGNER
State StrE
For Men

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