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The Wolverine, 1921-06-21

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tinuance of it later, does not lie so much in a change
of location as in a variation from the usual round,

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rsday, and Saturday Afternoons.
Press Building, Maynard Stret.
es, 96o; Editorial, 2414.
ICE HOURS:
o to 5:oo Daily, except Saturday.
eed 300 words, if signed, the signatures
shed in print, but as an evidence of
will be. published in The Wolverine
-r, if left or hailed to the office.
will receive no consideration. No
unless the writer encloses postage.
necessarily endorse the sentiments ex.
ns.
ORIAL STAFF
lone 2414 or 783
.Managing Editor
JE EDITORS
John P. Dawson, Jr.
-.................Harry B. Grundy
.G........wennyth Wrentmore
........Clement Smith
SSISTANTS
E. Sloan Alfred J. Wright
James B. Young
:NESs STAFF
one 960 or 374
. .." .Business M anager
.. . . ..Assistan t B usiness M anager

ANTS

Don Allen
Walter Fiske
Joseph Vlack

coupled with frequent periods of utter relaxation.
All most of us of us need is to get -away from the
routine which surrounds us in everyday life; we
need' to feel absolutely free for a time to do any-
thin~g and everything we like, without having to
worry about the problems which must be taken up
each following day.
Perhaps the, summer resort promoters are fool-
ing us. Maybe home and relaxation are two in-
gredients, and comparatively inexpensive ingredients
at that, for a really successful vacation after all.
NEWS, NOT MEDICINE.
One of the mast cheaply disgraceful violations of
all that is good and holy in the newspaper man's art
of' make-up is that advertising trick indulged in
by so many sheets of the one-horse variety, and
some of the larger metropolitan papers as well, of
dispidying medicine "ads" under regular news heads.
The slick advertiser, the peddler of. fake "cures,"
has apparently evolved a little method, of his own
for exhibiting 'accounts of his wares. There medi-
cine-ad foolers must be quite effective, or they would'
not continue to be used. Nevertheless, to put up
a suggestion to the reader as an item of news, to
catch his eye by means of a regular headline and
innocent looking "story" unadorned by anything
that looks like or savors of the ad sheet, only to let
him down with a thud at about the second para-
graph, is a means of securing patronage not in-
dulged in by the most reputable dealers in stomach
powders and pills. Moreover, although this method
of putting a product before the public is often em-
ployed by the business departments of many seem-
ingly worthy publications, it is a disgrace to the ed-
itor and an insult to the reader. It is in itself, more-
over, a condemnation of the product to sell which it
becomes necessary to use such abominably cheap
methods of advertising.
The sooner some of our papers stop the use of the
old medicine fooler and begin filling their columns up
with real news material, at the same time leaving
the displaying of Dr. So-and-so's yellow backers to
the proper treatment of a rejuvenated advertising
d-partment, the sooner will those papers become
more reputable in the eyes of their more. skittish and
less gullible patrons.
DANGER, FROM FIRE
Signs posted along the boulevard and the river
extend a continuous warning to picnicers to exercise
a certain amount of care in the building of fires.
With the present dryness of the weather, the foliage
and the shrubbery in the woods, a consiaerawle
amount of caution should be taken by all persons
who find occasion to camp either -along the bank
of the Huron or on some of the bluffs overlooking
the river.
A conflagration is much easier to start than to ex-
tinguish during this dry period. We should, there-
fore, be unusually careful to see that no live coals
or small fires are allowed to remain. Better the ex-
ercise of some care than the needless destruction of
some of our woods.

Use Wolverine want ads. They bring
results.-Adv.
Summer school students' headquart-
ers at Wahr's Book Stores.-Adv.
HIGH CLASS FOOD
Served at CHUBB'S
on State St. opposite Lane Hall
T P SE R b
buys a brand
new Corona
portable typ
writer. Other mnakes
at attractive prices.
See usbeforeyou buy.
T Y PEWRITERS
of lead ng makes bought, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned and
repaired.
O. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
For BRome-Cooked Meals

WHITE SWAN LAUNDR3

FOR QUALITY AND SERVICE'

Our methods and machinery are up-to-date in every detail. The result is better wor
with less wear to the fabric. We cater especially to the student trade. One day servic
on request. TRY US.

H. G. Prettyman

PHONE 165

W. B.

The Ideal Hot Weather Fo

P r Bd s

K A H A M
TWO COL EGE ST KERDS
0. A . A M_ Both Ends of
Diag~~skiWalk~

TRY TUTTLES

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JUY 21, 1921
- G. P. OVERTON
ND STUDENT
compiled by the Univer-
i association, show a ree-
I and six students, seventy-
nen and five hundred and
express no 'church prefer-
t blanks. If the remaind-
ere all church goers, as is
percentage of thosse in the
ligious services would in-

figures
yy 4bout
ular at-
uch ado
number

the

;k' among most
hip. Undoubt-
d to draw rap-
hich have been
come a "rather
s the church is
:hurch's value,
us careers, we
ns are more a
ick to turn our
o us, more en-
merely for the
re are no leav-
so many other
that we seldom
at of going to
voods and the
icing, we occa-
:h our valuable
it, say once or
Lord. We are

Ho hum!
meandering
rest gets to

This business of continually prompting
personages to give Alichigan's lawns a
be terribly boresome after a time.

Smithnereens

nience of iust such
entirely like eivin,
University service
services are now be-
t of, the Library.
the meetings are of
who make any pre-
ng owe some small
at we consider our
vening spent in the
eaker should be no
V of us, in spite of
the Glenn.

A headline in the Free Press announces-"Drives
auto five miles minus gasoline tank," One guess,
His Fatherland
Frosh (appearing at postoffice window)-"Any
mail for me tonight, sir?"
Clerk-"Where would your letters be from?"
Frosh-"Why, from Pawpaw."
Clerk-"Yes, I know, but who is your father, my
boy?"
The Grand Rapids police force have denounced
taxicabs as "rolling barrooms."' We have always
been able to find a kick in them.
You Sweet Thine
Hobo-"Say lady, could you' give me a bite,
please ?"
Ancient Housekeeper-"I'm sorry, but my teeth
are all out."
Some asinine society or other, meeting in the
state recently, nominated Edgar Guest as ."Poet
Laureate" of Michigan. Gawdelpus !
One On Emerson
"And what did you see at the Union tonight?"
"Nothing much, only Em Swart."
"S'that so? I didn't know Em was afflicted with
them.
Delirious gent, reposing under dripping eaves-
trough-"S-shave the (hic) women an' children-
I c'n shwim !"
General Grant didn't have it so hard after all.
When he said he "proposed to fight it out on this
line if it took all summer," he didn't have our job
on The Wolverine.
Poor Little Thing
In the want columns of our esteemed contemp,
the Times-News, we read-"Child's sulky at 439
Spring St. Good condition." Even the best of them
will have their off days in this weather.
"I'm e'ivinp him hell." said Dante, as he mailed a

On Maynard Street, 1-2 Block South
o Majesic~Theatre
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Saings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
rwesources.......$5,000,000.00
707 North University Ave.'
Nortl~west Cor. Main & Huron
FA ILINOS'
DINING' R00MS
$7.00 per Week-3 Meals
$6.00 per Week-2 Meals
HOME COOKING
Electric Fans
Col, Ventilated Rooms
714 IXO ROE STREET
East o Cutting's Flats
Summer School
Students
for
Fountain Refreshments
and Fine Candies
visit
The V13esy Ross Shop
The Fountain Room Beautiful
13-15 ANiekle'sArcade
COO,
I T4 AN +V' Rho % to
We A1e T'E PLUMBER6
N case of an emergency
phone 525 and we will
promptly attend to your
plumbing wants. If any of
your pipes start to leak or
otherwise misbehave them-
selves we will attend to the
matter in a jiffy. Our prices
will please you.

IDEAL
QUELQUES FLEURS
(Houbigants)

L'ORIGAN
CHYPE
STYX
(Coty)

Preferred By Students and
Towns-people
I The New Way of Perfumi

Always ready with just the requir
amount for immediate use.

Nips and Flaconnettes

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Drug and Prescription Store
Cor. N. University Ave. and So. State St.
PHONE 308
G. Claude-Drake, Prop.

-dailyservice
Big Steamer
Put-In-Bay
Capacity 3270 Passengers
Finest exclusive Excursion Steamer, Largest Ball
Room, Finzel's Orchestra. No extra charge for dano-
ing. Steamers leave on Eastern Time,
Every day from Detroitat9:00a. m. for
Put-In-Bay-Connecting with Cleveland and
Buffalo Transit Co., and Steamer Arrow for
Middle Bass, IKelley's Island8& Lakeside.
Sandusky-Connecting with Railroads and Suburban
Cedar Point-i5rin. byferryfromSandusky, Farein
Excursiod fares, (retunaig same day
Pit-In-Bay, week day, 9oc" Sunday$1Holiday.s $1.25 R

'

r resorts get
:ampaign, the
ut at a great
' commonly
rts on a fren-
ith the inten-
teks of free-
o and hubbub
really effec-
over the pro-
getting our
nd from the
osquitos will

from Big our Dock 2:0r~ut u i
Dancing Moonlights. Leave
De trot8.45 p. m. Fare Wed. l
Tur. oc Sat, & Sun. 75c.4J.,
Wite for map fold~

Ashley & Duo
Foot of First St.

4

rom his
e hurry
he was

W. M. Hochrein
Plumbing and Heating

Phone 525 2

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