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PAGE WV§5

Tr"HE SUMMER M CGIAN DAIT -V

SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1926

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14' umue r 1going to tae a "fop"_ winch w oult
f f Nf tllan somleonle wll bi o )lose
OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE alrleadly beentouret"'or lipe formal uponi-

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vUNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
SUMMER SESSION
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during the University Summer Se'sion by1
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tionis,
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Daily at the discyctioxi of the h'ditor. 'Tn-
sig ned conmmunicat ioxns will receive no ( .n
sideration. The signature may be omitted in
pulicatioxn if desired by the writer. The
Suinxxer Djaily does niot necessarily e.. orse,
the setxitimxenths expressed inx the coxnii xia.
tionsg.'
EDITORIAL ST.AIk'
TelephIon~e 492,
MANAGING EDITOR
MANNING HOUJSEWORTH E
Chxairmn,
Editorial Board,..ugene- 11. GCitkuxs!
City Editor...............Williami R. B~reyer
Music anid Dramia......... Willi:ai. Lucasj7
Womnan's Editor.........Jui, kutli Brow
Night lEditors
William Stockw.eI lhooelllonr:~
Paul J. KernFrIederiCK Shill to
Douglas Douleday

ings Wleo ul,' slo'ii a o li io
It -c'em1s that abotiL eex"% wox ~k
they ha Ve to reopien t he t1,,_ )iwoni he-
cause it ('loses aut omatiAly lyIv r2o-{
son of its own letlhargv I
lhat is wrong? li ae the li
i('it ipeople los#.teir foriit 1 it <is
in world fatirs, or does teofte1inig t e tv. vi I
Inidepentdeiic(e 1L(:.71 li-le 0 m
i( Ufl totkiy 111[, v 1r11o r f I
chit ln'e of eelebi tig1
'The profouid ogc1 , d 011iiiiii
of I tillyxer 11:1 X1 hoim S4t lltWi{it
spring oi the1Rev hr. Johnloo'
St ratoli of the (Ca x '' ad 4~ u
New York a hw heohrlu
ini an lflt rx'iew or'p d 'aaii(
mlinisi iv . l i is ftoI ! - I1-.ju
1of 11e11. 1It'shadh wisha oe ot
9n is _'i ,ii t gt9o11), btt up to
the presen " t91 t o \ors' tan iari~
b(en and. in ti 1aunt t)ir l oo ';itis
better.''
diie'Rtc h nieN4 mn
.ii" wl. hwcci i i're'a

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X1 ' rele'x hard up for ideas today.
H11 e' it' xe get to the foot of the
(;'0111111 tiwithbout any aspistance it wvilil
hea miraclte.lThe truth is that we've
be teitiag so much help froini our.
lc-i111,0t he humorous lobe---if any-
oI ot')'hratin has become atrophie-d
fl'(; I oig disuseC.
'F elrmon Night Editor suggests
1110 \\ t (Ii t ehum or bx' artificial
na-ail such( i as running the column
'ps idown, advertising that Onl a
a #i' l ( Illy(o it was sometime before
th I" i I that he advanced thji
Iid ea ) it wV o u ld b e p r i ntte d i n ri e d , h l n l e n h n s l k h t
But xx r refused, gently but f imly No
mlti. ii r how hoard xve xwork, the dignity
'of Ifi edit orial page must beman
t i ttei
t ~* s :*
I W(, ctf- tilsappinted in Beeziebatb.
For a,,who le tunner we thought we'd
have ai',or d for not havhtg one
single L1bi, Poouical commuent int the~
column. Aknd then Beezlebub had to!
spIring that at the b~ottomn of Tuesday's
issue Aboutltowx hot it was. After
ts we censor carefully all columns.I
exc(:pt those relating to Music and
D)ram1a. God knows, if we started
lei'nniig LuiC c' stuff there wouldn't
he: any thlingto rnn and we'td have to
' ..r olI.s'e\iejry'day.
P i, "iii ti Imht a little dog
x:11soughI a a tloca1tion.I
1 J- t';iet. to Michigan
lind (-anseti great consternation.
'h'i I orthlie recil ation.
-1'01k I'l -i ilxule5 Ni J xLt I ap provedt
Ia' r ti el x' ast onishment r
'I i- I rte ' t 1k1p all1 the t ime
In ~ 1t ehl'i aion"
11 1,n Itoif ('I1;tia :s was o('ttipi lT
tb ia'' tereare, xk'k now," 'said
'h o a repli'C tltitt ns.
'i ie ill A's they're asmattthey
'I'l'' tt' hopt ue of Itatiolls.

GRAHIAM'S
} Special Tables of Books of
Interest' to Educators
At Both Ends of the Diagonal

Dona Boyle
William Finlay
Frances Gustexn
Lawrencelt' itinau

Assistants
' ita Ktllty
M:,ry Mac loixad
t~orge 'T. McKean
\lar ,r.'t Ward

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BUSINES S'STAFFi l10 the ,Eli+t': r
Trelep)hone 212141nhtltl fSaeirx' i
BUSINESS MANAGER lior's hat t - -]oo. T1 atiii. h
PAtUL W. ARNOLD s'hotil . ili( iaoidbt XIi-hi
Circulationi enneth hIa.v en nix bt x''ilpiitxi l-t -e ('o
Advertising ............Eranci's Niqit Ot f te I~tt'o lrt- x h
Assistants
Mabel Chambers Laurence \'anTu> i William F. CookiMildred Willia's 01W1p01 N le'
Edward Solomon
SATU'RDAY, JULY 24, 1926 I ( ('h i'5Fo t teo ii lt -iirt
Night Editor- -4), F. )O}UBLEDAY etr etli i1! t 'oitgSi
A .ItEVOI [r'TlWN IMn i I's G 1 (Ildihr i -a iH'.htIIl
The British mint' operator's SeemIlot l't n he' ti l ~-iO
determined to urush urganized labor

jwest Wined Leading Library
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For the
Coming Season
No ire
Leads for
Smartest
Frocks
Rich satin and frost crepe fashion
trucks that wxill also have fav-or.
All of the lo%,eliness of the latest
ntuaiices of the Fall Mode-the
blotrsed back, the bolero, tihe brief
flare, new necklines and new and
unusual sleeve treatments are found
in dreases that use black. as the
smartest color expression and the
rich wvine shades,. the tmany shades
of green, all shades of blue, from
sky blue to navy, to express the
vagaries of Fashion's tmoods.

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for once and

all, supposedly,. hopingl

thereby to hi re men at their own star-
vation price. They sent determinedi
to make the miners accedue to lower
wages, longer' houris, anti an tturi(i'-V
ganized industry- the three things
against which the miners are tLh-
ing. The opterators have even coin-
joled Parliament inito helping them
by passing a bill permiitting them to
lengthen the xx orkinig day. After the'
bill's passage notices- Wt'e'e posted in-
viting the men back (toxxoi'k on thel
old scale f'or the longer dlay. Th le
mines, howevert, are ;t ill idle, the
milnet'shav'e'just (oint'weaon)Oto 0u5e
against the stupid and stu bbor'n sel--

In1 Tile- tis p1la.'i'till'I '11(1 h
' r, d it atott intin nttR " c i t ly ls X a - - vl 1 1
taler b'pa0l (f 11 ev-tVrti'i
11 "'x e to' th 7 I iol Ii-', i - l r .Nok
(;!li") t~llY' .it lll ( I' h ft11 cli it he
cm-i r orIl 11I 1 i: ii Zj]~ 0 II i

penixctin i"'0 '.'Id
H 1FOR the student or prof., the,
et Iir 3 VENUS out-rivals
all for pt'rfcct pencil work.
_ 17 lac: k dlegreos-'-3 copyiin-g
A nieriea n Leali
Pelncil .
1 1 sx-, lvco:-i1ir-x lx

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The Fall stage is set and silk frocks promise to play a
principal part. Here you mtay choose apparal that
bears all of the earmarks of fashion and so enijoy the
ilistinCtiOn2 that conmes from being dressed in the
height of fashion.
$25.00 - $69.50
(:second Floor.

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6.640

'fit ~ i ,,t's 'ey ta- coco th ips,

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, ~'Ihe IraW 'titett 1,r0 alt I i '--h a no ' - - - - -'
-- that is the trike wvhich they 0 i'e1tRit th-y git exucations.
sc -I p jedagoueOx'ku1 It x Fieor see,
using" and wlichthey dare not lay i>s xxiix tti gMi-niol, otIIIIItItIIIx tIIIIIIIItItNl-IIhIIIIeIIIIIIhatIIIman'sl IIanIIathleteIIIIHI
down for fear t hatlItteir employers .de (o'erinIi la a for xx' 'h at a 1Ono"e:tee ht-a' nahee
will take advantage of their defenlce- x-iI I X o noxws Is 1ulnt format ions.
lessness. The unwillingn-ss of the Hettlso tc-,'"I~.th lex- llwt t Iknoxx'the course, 1)ut1 le
operator's Itogrant the rit1net's Was 110illxtlWillhpusss t'ik III xiiix
rig h tfu lly th eirs is d r ain in g t i e life fti ¢ ' e 0 p e > i O t dh t l x i t i
))footd of a great ly' xweakened industry - Andlover(ix a ti a tiampus crook AL SI BCIP I N
Unless they soon conie to terms the-y Wiait. 0 uti xlti riilx Xithi al his mchinations.
nrasal antd antoiie ot 'olte
will find themselves as bad off as their (ixHe.Jpennis oks--the cuffs of crooks _
bac~t(k of I te 1 0 01 re ndLtii Itelili Xiii 5 t
epoeswthi a useless lot of holes pI Ii sadpooso Ildio t"r)oldi all their infornmation.
i n t h el o . I tie sr a i h a h ' i t ll i l tS o i l-it i s ii t t i t t l x -
in he roud. t i cetan tat ileabsrd itltls il xliet-h~> li- \id tli rs's a famous campus bum;
miner's xii never gixe in unless they (cess'ion inallo- 'u - ~tr- - I -u
are starv ed into s timissiou xxwlich is (tht' - -zi Iii vvh( eI le lu's alwvays on probation.
extremely ul xvl ith t it- aid Tathey!txt/ i- i x-htiltrrli~I c'ltn ex-r beexelled --his dad
unieyute ts manner antd xicis ta 500 ri'et' x r I
ar eevn rmRussia, the U nited l\Fsta.Kt 1- blshed a foundation. SUMRICG AbIL
States unions, and (othier sources, At'' I ('01101 sfann) rywee (Wi-I' a pici -
tie present timne British union lead-A disillusioned dog <am I-
e o elrtl ee cl~ cerI-rs are consulting with union repre-I ~Slitr- XX ti higher education. -UMRMCI A AL
I (l n'ittil mer Ossionis, 01'r0ld
sentatives frotm otther count ries wxith Fromitl ntottt'i I txel 0 1)1 1w on I'll be satisfied-
the idea of jpriltotlgmg the strike an- Wih lmy ignoble station.
other six mtonths oxf s'tttiig off Brit-1iei xil i.5 '~iixOlI h i Kernel. _ N IUS
ilediago gr's _MU TTE AID BY
.iatis supply-frtom tforeign sourc-s, and -NI E~B
gettitng sutficient funds to feed the It... __ - -_-
striers it ther faiti ics .~ - -- I itily, thle most noble chieftain of
strikrs ad Lhir fmlli -"the editorial page, slowetd s the cam-1
The smineri hive)!ired toA how the N'l 1pas5opinion Iommicltationl which isUL 4,1 2
puhei teojuicnefss ofotheircauie bten-LY 4
__bl thus ne s of t ei c u e u --naing in the co luman o our left.I<
thused oxve-nit. the ,t'uce Ihas, fail- 'THlL I N 4 A IT311 \ t - Xt oai. W cucld. W
ell to procureth iie resutlls hoped ftri'.hi Fi lelplia Ifuhri P I ' Meer) O~ lt0bitrt5g~ix~.W
P'ie r'apidlly y:-diniiiitg Imtpatie-ne with Session afte r ss-lo il-gi~ iatur- Vt v'teIPtlte' 'lbth'
the slowness of d etos'at it' m achiniery receives fro nt till',oxictlled 'A ta a tfl-I ,h iiiti '' G ody told us the true
pr'ecludes thle hope of the- strike being; ite:Blu '' legislaitin dealing w ithli I k'ide l - ift he ti corrte s tundentdirect
setlet 1)' i I~libtr P iha itelt.XX'htn n abo-Scanl t'tac iti t Ines-oolrlixidtort - tne one for the regular yearr.
all these fail I lure is but oxe thing imaroietoaboutSK. l. tos.a\membern ofBttenC
left- -revolution, ('rtainly the union- " and corlntitt'utus -it'as.sion it altrteniimK.1 sammbroth
ists do tnot.want one, but the pathi sess in spelllop r itiou i t h er t aa- i l ass (of '2h.
- . Nobody but an extremely youthful
lays openmIfortheat xxhen they fae trackeed or dx-1 ttt oil 'Xl'u iitl 1{) itiihvdiil could have written such a
one of txxo unpleasa tt alernatives- by see's to it t httlu- residen ts of die-
g(Jn g b ck o xx rk odsi' c ndiion anthr aite regions shall ;' ei xx e li p rell'ojtes rously jt venle indictm ent of j
appr'oachintg serfdonm or watchingt cri'assuritlic's tf salt Ly Inithiri ho txrn+usdut A mtero
theseles nd hei failis sarv.! or weqatereaosr wle~tevovetact sonic of the graduate students on
-is idestroyed-. Xithu in t'l.eastitlt tro camplus arc extemely likeable
therehavebeen epeaed cae-tn, nt- objection to them is not on the
9'I'l F I('K ,tikQlII Parsons Borough, near' XWilkes am, gtxunds K IP. advances.
Word comes that Mayor' XW. tree I has experiienced three witin as man' 11 no Wekick because in the first V
land Kenidrick of Philadelphia, also loxvoks, and in atilition to ifthy-fur 'pace thexy are immeasurably superior
pieidntofti- esqt-enentil n -I anlhecOtW huxeha- uiay to us in'- c'lass-room ability--not that All unpaid subscriptions will be stopped
terniationtal exposition, will tour' the hax'e been notifiedtt o be preLpared to IIIthey'icouldlbJ, otherwxise, since we at this tirne and all papers delivered up
Midwest for a speaking tout, which ilit leave the rsection at it th 'tn 4sgn cif spe-n halt our time mn the service of
reality' is aii ad vertising campaigti a crock err 01,- ath a su'iace. Wlit-t '-oriinttlism Second, they're too dam' to this date will be charged at' the rate of
for the Sesqul. Mayor Kendrick has Cthe miners call ''robbinig book'')siserI~iS ;minded. ,hef for anything -5ca o .G
been okeeping tile ether warm for the highly profitable tot tperatorsa silca- wotld onet of themnibe caught exhibit- 3Cacpy.'
last mnoth with his speeches exto-I it produces high-grad~e coal loft it)'iug a senses of humor. Anyway, K. P.
iug the wvonder's and virtues of the early mininig as support orl the mr1W al ol wet. The matter is not import-
exposition. Amid the plaudits issued roof, but it is highly dangerous to they ant enough to warrant one's writing
fair," one can see that those respon- any nmonent to see their homes and it bcase it tills space.
Bible for the affair are afraid it is. belongings disappear ito tthe earth. YiniIP.

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