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August 09, 1921 - Image 2

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The Wolverine, 1921-08-09

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..Managing Editor

Vi

n, Jr.
W. Hitchcock
acs B. Young
rry B. Grundy
nia V. Tryon
Clement Smith

n .leanor Miller

Business Manager.

Don D Alen

To continue to make of the two streets in ques-
tion a public speedway is utter folly. But not until
some definite steps are taken to force him down to
a sensible gait will the frantic motorist see fit to be
reasonable. Before something serious does befall,
therefore, we suggest the installation of a post, at
South University and State, in such a position that
our worshippers at the altar of Speed will be forced
either to slow down, in order to get around it,
or else lay themselves liable to punishment.
QUIBBLING
Quibbling is a pastime to which we are all some-
what addicted. It is a game, and like other games
has its *les, the principal one of which is that
neither player shall have any very definite or- ac-
curate knowledge of the subject at hand. He who.
is most greatly blesesd with ignorance generally
makes the best quibbler.
IMen never quibble about things in their own
special fields of activity. The baker may quibble
about anything in the world except his 'own sub-
ject, bread; he cannot quibble about bread because
he is too well acquainted with it. College students,
being now equipped perhaps with a more extensive
line of general ignorance than they will have after
they have begun sp.ecialization in their chosen fields.
are especially strong in this field of competition.,
They quibble long and loud, and particularly in the
classroom where they call it "stalling" or "handing;
a line." The less the student knows of the subject'
at hand, the better he is sometimes enables to "get
by," if he is clever.
The trouble with the quibbling game, however, is
that it is all a highly veneered type of fake. Real
argumentation may expose error and falsehood and
glorify truth, but to carry it on one requires a knowl-
edge of facts. Therefore, we resort to the quibble.
If we were more widely informed, perhaps we
would not have to do so. At least so it is to be
hoped; for, when we quibble, we fairly shout our
ignorance to the world. And, after all, we seldom.'
fool anyone but ourselves.
Others' Opinions
FOOD PRICES
(Ann Arbor Times News)
Just why the retail prices of food should go up
while everything else is coming down, is one of the
unsolved mysteries.
It creates a tragic situation for the millions who
are out of work and without income, for whatever
else they can get along without they.must eat.
The department of labor investigated retail food
prices in ten principle cities and found that in nine
of them-,'they averaged from one to ten percent
higher on July 15 than on June 15'
The investigations should not stop there. The
government should locate the profiteers. ,If there
are no laws under which they can be prosecuted,
they at least should be pilloried.

..........

'ROUND

T0 R ES3
Both Es
Diagonsa

daily

August 9
5 p. m.-Organization and Supervi-
sion (illustrated), Dean, S. A. Coirtis,I
of Teachers' college, Detroit.
8 p. m.-Junior High School Mathe-
matics, Prof. E. R. Hedrick, Univer-
sity of Missouri.
August 10
5 p. m.-The Conservation of
Health Through Food and Drug In-
spection, Prof. C. C. Glover.
8 p. m.-Concert. Faculty of fthe
University School of Music (Hill aud-
itorium).
August 11
5 p. m.- The Bicentennial of
Smollett, Prof. R. M. Wenley.
8, p. m.-Educational motion pic-
tures.
August 12
5 p. m.-The Outlook in Education,
Mr. T. E. Johnson, superintendent of
Public Instruction, Lansing.
8 p. m.-Recital, Fitch's "Nathan
Hale", Assistant Prof. R. K. Immel
(Sarah Caswell Angell hall).
Classes in shorthand, typewriting,
secretarial training, etc. July 5th to
August 26th. Hamilton Business Col-
lege.-Adv,
$50 "buysbrand
- ~ 50 new Corona
portabletpe
writer. Other mae
at attractive prices.
see ubeoreoubuy
TYPEWRITERS
of leading makes bought, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned and
repaired.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
FAIL N GS'
DINING ROOMS
$7.00 per Week-3 Meals
$6.00 per Week-2 Meals
HOME COOKING
Electric Fans
Cool, Ventilated Rooms
714 MON ROE STREET
East of Cutting's Ats'
Summer Sch oo l
Students
for
Fountain Refreshments
and Fine Candies'}
visit
The ~e csy Ross SOP,
3The'Fountin Room lieantifui
13-15 '1Niekie'sA rcade

Program

PENS
Silver and Go

WATERMAN, CON
SWAN

I .

J. K.arl Malcolm
604 Eat Liberty Street

U

L~ VEZRSHA RP

W E BELIEVE you will find here-your ideal
bank. And a bank that every year y
like better :

Pern

ils FYNE TOINT
ALARM CLOCKS
Hailer & Fuller
State Sreet Jewlerv

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Farmers & Mechanics
101-105 SO. MAIN STREET 330 10. ST
(Nickels'

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Member of the Federal Reserve

We invite your inspe&ion of our Fall
Woolens--- It pays to order early, before
the rush of Student business starts----

ie boy in
is of the
Id in the
may be

s both for and
'ever, that Mr.
well worth ma-
pply as directly
to the grade or
:s have finished
.ted, we will go
up work from
of relief as we
mon limit, then,
mmering at our
en months and
sion.
ate instruction,
months of the
in the Summer
in school with
mas, from four
nd from seven
approximately
nonths actually
et out into the
we are work-
limited to only
h occasions as
ort interval of
r, while for the
away like the

Tfake a
KODAK
With Yo
Photography the Kodak way is less exper
than you think-and any Kodak is simp
work-we can readily show you how easy
Autographic Kodaks from $8.oo up
V rolvnies $2.00 up
A.9,VrTABiEWIFi 190,
The Ideal Hot Weather F

Coffins and hearses are prospects of the
distant future, we hope; but certainly the;
State street trollies and motor cars seem to
their' best to give each of us a free bit of
publicity.

dim and
pilots of
be doing
funereal

~fl

Smithereens

IC

I.'

lesigned to
orld of af-
o whether,
riods allot-
.red as we
." We live
:end school
onths, and
task per-
>n, or else
ray in Am-
ips its rap-
rs is actu-
I plan sug-
from the
elve month
he ultimate
ry distinct
CTION-
[ our State
more close
venue. It
delight of

We have this, morning piclked up a journalistic
brother's text on Headline Writing, and found in it
a few things which rather intrigued our idle fancies.
Many pages of the tome were interspersed with such
examples as:
ONCE FAMOUS BEACH
RUINED BY FLAMES
which should be a solemn warning to all summer
cottagers to get their lake fronts insured against,
fires. Of. course fire insurance on beaches, trout
streams, and the like comes high, but in the summer
time we should look to these things.
On another page we find the words:
EVERYONE ON TRAIN PEEPED
for which we should like to write the story from
imagination, but haven't the space here. Also:
MUST SCRUB CITY HALL FLOOR
Melrose Boy Ordered by Court to Remove Stain
Caused by Spitting Tobacco
Now why in the name of goodness the Melrose boy
had to remove damages caused undoubtedly by the
City .Clerk, ,or the Mayor himself, is beyond us.,
It's lucky they haven't done anything like that at
our home town city hall-they'd have to call in the
National Guard and make an all day job of it.
Then we came to this:
JEWELS SPILLED
ON SIDEWALK BY
DARING ROBBER
in which case we should not say daring at all, but
should use some more appropriate term, such as
"careless" or "absent minded."
But the climax came toward the end of the les-
son, where our attention was caught by:
HUSBANDS AREN'T ALL ALIKE
Widow Smith is Sure of It, for She's Had
Four of 'Em
and the still more alarming statement, for us at
least:
HAS, SMITH FIVE WIVES? 'SURE'
to which we would only like to add that there must
be someone else with the name of-

Preferred By Students
Towns-people

and

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CREAM

When you buy, buy quality

Fall Styles
in imported tweeds-four piece
coat, vest, knickers, trousers
for Young Men

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For Net

COMPANY
T AT LIBERTY
- Since 1848

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