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THE SUMMVMER MICHKJAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1926

14#e lumttr There is something decidedly wrong
with the present economic order
fIJir Bat~I~3U ~ tt which we may not be at all able to
OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE solve but we shall certainly be doing
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN a greater favor to civilization by look-
SUMMER SESSION ing into those causes and trying to

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'redited in this paper and the local ne%%s pub-

find remedies that may prevent fu-
ture strikes than by patting our
neighbors on the back.

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R~ecently the

ON FAISITY
Parent-Teacher Asso-

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ciation of Hugh Morrison High School,
Tntered at the Ann \rbor, Michizan, Raliegh, N. C., refused to sponsor a I
postofhce as second class matter. I
Subscription by carrier, $1.50; by mail, dramatic organization for the coming
OOces: Press BuildingMaynard streetsummer. The association took .this
Ann Arbor, Michigan. dynamic step after R. N. Simms, local
Comuications, if signed as eviaence of attorney, lad made a touching appeal
good faith, will be published in The Summer before them. Mr. Simms begged the
Daily at the discretion of the Editor. in- association to do nothing "which
signed coimunications will receive no con-
sideration. The signature may he ornittrd in might cause the feet of some sweet
publication if desired by the writer. The
Summer Daily does not necessarily endorse young girl to be pointed toward the
the sentiments expressed in the communica- stage."
Evidently Mr. Simms' ideas on the
EDITORIAL STAFF significance of the drama are based
TI'Celplone 492-won falsity. To him the drama is not
MANAGING EDITOR a medium of artistic expression, but
MANNING HOUSEWORTH merely a passing mode of amusement.
Chairman, He has probably seen a few musical
Editorial Board-...Eugene It. (Gutnkunst
City Editorr...............William R R.reyer comedies and became disgusted. This
Music and Diama.........William C. Lucas paternalistic barrister no doubt has
Night Editors common sense enough to know that
WilonJ. Siern T'heodoieHorbege
\Viln A. Simp n Theodore Hornblerger the trials of a show-girl often are
Douglas Doubleday compromising and sometimes even
Assistants licentious. But a dramatic organiza-
(ir yoT. Mean I l /de iew tion, in the true sense of the word,
is not a factory for turning out Fol-
BUSLNESS STAFF lies stars. Such an organization in
Telephone 21214 Raliegh would give the people there a
BUSINESS MANAGER means of appreciating the worth-while,
PAUL W. ARNOLD it would foster, perhaps, a school of
Circulatin .... ..Kenneth Haven talented actors-it could not help but
Advertising.................Francis N ortinistI
Assistantsiegive that part of sleepy North Caro-
EdAward sslsrssn William F ook lina something which it lacks-a wid-
er scope= of the world.
Such a suppression of an attempt
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ at something enlightening is only due
TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1926 to poor judgment. Errors of thisl
Nh d rAjsort spring from a superficial exam-
Night Editor--PAUL J. KERN ination of the facts. The nation is
overflowing with those who insist on
"There has been a lot of talk Etifling the minds of others with their
about the part that automobiles own malformed views. It has reached
take in crime, and there is a con- the point of saturation-the informed
sistent cry for more hangings on should begin to assert themselves
the part of laymen and some law- and force the uninformed to familiarize
yers. But more hangings would himself with facts before rendering an
not solve our crime problem. So- opinion.
ciety must see to it that it does _--...._
not produce defectives who event- "Formerly the children cane home
Bally will sit behind the wheels from school, put down their books
of high-powered motor cars, run- and went out to play. They now have

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ning down people in the highways
or escaping in them after the com-
mission of murders and burglar-
ies. The solution is the control of
marriages"- The man who has
proseciuteid seven men to the gal-
lows, Chief Justice Harry Olson
of the Chicago Muncipal court.
SANELY DONE

to stay home and wash home brew
bottles."-Sample of wet arguments
before Senators of the United States.
Jazz, as defined by Dr. Alexander
Russell, director oft music at Prince-!
ton University: "A species of carica-
ture that bears the same relation to!
music as a cartoon does to a great
painting."

At about this ime every year it is
not the policy of Rolls to dedicate it-
,elf for a day to one of those persons
who received an honorary degree at
commencement. So this day this year
this column is hereby dedicated to
this certain party who manufactures
this car of which this campus has
many.
;JgST DESERTS
When a university
Held its last commencement n
Our Henry it gave a degree--
A truly noble sentiment.
The one thus honored has lent
Jay to you and me,
Whether we live in a tenement
Or own a factory.
L'E uvol
By means of his car
He helps home and mother.
We travel afar
With father and brother.
(Ed. note: This was not written
for this occasion by Eddie Guest, poet
baccalaureate of Detroit, Highland
Park, River Rouge and environs, and
no apology is herewith extended.)
The Regents of the University de-
nied last night in a night letter that
Jack Dempsey and Earl Carroll would
be present at the 1927 commence-
ment.
The Law club may or may not be
torn down starting next week to make!
room for the new library of F--d Jokes.
Several young instructors in the en-
gineering school have not started re-
search work to find all the jokes of
this sort ever bandied about. A can-
vass of the magazines in the dent-
ists' offices nay reveal much which
otherwise might be overlooked. Sev-
eral of these instructors do not intend
to earn their masters' degrees by do-
ing this research.
* * *
President Little is not driving a
Lincoln.
The members of HIS class (1926)
will not each be given a little F--d.
* a a
M. S. E. will be given exclusively
hereafter instead of M. S. W. T. S.,
which, it will be remembered, stands
for Master of Science in Waltzes and
Two Steps.
* * *
Gargoyle Inch
Dearborn: What car was that I
saw you with last night?
Independent: That wasn't no car,
that was my F--d.
Rumor has it that the next J-Hop
will see a great change in policy as
regards the origin of the music. Ac-
cording to the story going the rounds,
either Jep Bisbee or Mellie Dunham
or both will play. Jep insists that be-
cause it is the Michigan J-Hop, that
he should have the job. Mellie equal-
ly strenuously asserts that they have
no reason to keep him out. Very
likely a compromise of some kind will
be effected.
* * *
The seniors may or may not wear
mechanics overalls next year instead
of caps and gowns.
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It has not been decided whether or
not to widen the campus walks, so
that the seniors next year can parade
on Swing Out in F--d trucks.
* * *
The man who invented the double
decker seems to have contributed
enough to the students to -warrant re-
ceiving a degree also.
But imagine a degree to anman for
foisting such an atrocity off on the
world.

Mr. promo and Mr. Seltzer have also
done a lot toward making life easier
for everyone in the University.
Might they not be given at least a
master's degree along with Doctor
Lister? Think of the insidious things
he has saved humanity from in the
past few years.
Oh well, what's a degree or two-
CLYDE CLOCK.
is a time in the development of the
modern mitid when doubt is actually
a sacred thing. Like religion, it be-
comes an emotion. But little by lit-
tle it is transmuted into something
else. The bright Mr. Hoffman inti-
mated that this interesting little so-
ciety might be taken merely as "a
fashionable way of saying 'Boo!' to
the older generation." There is a
good deal of that spirit in undergrad-
uate atheism. And who can deny
that it is sometimes good for a com-
placent older generation to be said
"Boo!" to?

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Only a few days ago the bill to -- --- ,
confiscate the property of the German It is predicted that the day of the
royal families was defeated in a na- small light car is near. Toua stranger
tional referenduzii. The vote watsI visiting Ann Arbor, it would appear
overwhelming, being approximately that a great many small, light cars
15,000,000 to 500,000, or 32 to 3. had already seen their clay.
The action of the German populace
in this matter is admirable. It is Since Prince Gustavus of Sweden
strongly indicative of the Itepublic's !has shown so much interest in mu-
stability. Property worth 500 to 600 seums here perhaps Americans will
millions of dollars is certainly a now find something interesting about
temptation- it would be great meansthm
of assuring at least the momentary;
well-being of the existing govern- is an onion always an onion or is
ment. Is anthnion always anwonionaor.is
rnent.lut the niatiotn as a whole has it sometimes a pickle? It may be well
looked into the future and has made .
adto consult the 2500 word decision of
I the Court of Customs Appeals on this
even at a time when defacto methods topic.
appear to be most advantageous.
Germany has taken the difilcult, but
eventually, better course. The war is Contrast: Timber from Blackbeard
over and Germany, as a nation, is island, named after the pirate, may beI
greatly altered. Still that government used to restore the frigate "Conetitu-
must respect past property rights-if{
it did not, what class might follow _
royalty in this confiscation movement':
To have deprived royalty of its recog- EDITORIAL COMMENT
nized possessions would have been a t
step toward lolshevism. The entire NO CAUSE FOR ALARM
nation, and especially the industrial (The Boston Transcript)
workers, are to be commended for No good people need lie awake
their tolerant and reflective attitude. ,ightx worrying about the step taken
Whenhtsewsonying'ibouhstovertemotion
When reason triumphs over emotion by undergraduate "atheists, diests
among a great number of people, it is and agnostics" who have just organ-
a fact worth considering. izel the "Yale Freethinkers' Society,"
if the ideas of these young gentlemen
( HEEItUNC, 01 IMVENTION £ were clearly set forth at the organiza-
Newspapers have about tinished ton of the society by the chairman of
ballyhooing for the Anglo-Saxons, the meeting, Mr. Harry Hoffman of
which they claimn make Up the great- Santa Barbara. Mr. Hoffman said:
est civilization in the world, With a If we place too much emphas-
dramatic gesture they . point to the is on atheism we are likely to
recent strike in Great Britain and forget the real value of Christian-
proclaim in a husky voice that the ity. After all, the old religion
quelling of this strike proves the is fundamentally on the right
Anglo-Saxons the greatest of the track. In spite of its imperfect
worldis inhabitants. To them, the and obsolescent way of express-
strike is over, finished, and to be put ing natural truths, Christianity
aside as an unrepeatable episode. We is likely to last, in one form or
were successful in protecting the rest another, till it is replaced by
of the world-that is all. something better, or itself (level-
But is it? True, the strike is set- ops into a higher, more rational
tied for the present. But what is to religion; and as it is, really good
hinder its re-occuring? For no en-: Christians are not any too com-
tire nation the size of Great Britain, mon.
fairly well educated, throws down its The student needs a chance to ex-
tools and stops production for no ercise his doubts as well as his
reason whatsoever. The basic cause muscles. Atheism, as Mr. Hoffman
of the recent upheaval is just as un- said further, is no great menace to
decided as before and there is no rea- I Christianity. It is a thing of the in-
son why it should not break out again tellect; religion is a part of the feel-
in greater fury for its temporary sup- ings of mankind. In the lotig run it
pression. seems to triumph over doubt. There

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