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P'AGE TWO

_____________________________________________ITHE__ SUMMER-~- ~ M C I A ..JD~AT Yi~iIAX UN~~~i,1

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"" ^"" " "° 3n irxii n SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1926

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OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THR
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
SUMMER SESSION
Published e ery niorain g exel t Monday"
during the University Summer Session by
the board in Control of Student I 'ublic a-'
t o ns.

IiD1) 1'()iS NoI E: The following
stat enent was received by ']'he Daily
from the office of the Conisul General
of Mexico in an,,wcr to the statemncrit
pubhlishedl in American nlewspapers by
M onsignor Cauana, Bishop of Porto
y Rico and personal representative of
P'ope Pius X\I, after his expulsion fronm
Mexico several weeks ago.

TOATED ROLLS
Liehe, whose first poetic (t'uilin
ffor the summer appears lower doNi
in the column, suggests the follo)wimg
"Don't you thinik," she Writes, "ai
good name for a long colyuni (though

The; :associated Press is exclusively en-
titled to the use for republication of all news
dispatches credited to it or not oinhc wise 1
crdited in thisi papei and the local ne\ s pub-
lished here,4.

TEXT BOOKS FOR ALL
Departments of the University
GRAHAM'S
At Both Ends of the Diagonal

iJUsTIFIABLE REASONS!~
To the Editor:

hjntered at the Ann .Arbor , M n-tcan, o i rtr ro eio osg not So interest ing as yours, of (0oui5()
posfce as second class iiatter.no
Subscription by carrier, $.5o0;lby milno Caruana, Papal Delegate andi would be " The TIreasuirer's R~eceipt?
$aOffcs rs Bidn" ~~ s te Bishop of Porto Rico and West Indies,' Yes, Hlebe, we do think:I li&, wouldl
Ann Arbor, Michigan. miade to press representatives the be a goodi name. But two) thineg, or
(ioinniicationa, if sigiied kv, evi--ince of O statement that feeling free to speakIrahtretinspevtusfo
good faithI, will he pulished ini The Sou'ne r. I cagn h aeo ol sy1
l)aiiv- at the discretion of the Editor. '1n- in the United States hie would make,,sget ntefrs lc.RlsI
signed comuniicat ions will receive no con- ugs.I h is lcRlsI
sideration. Tfie signature may be omitted in { llWashington, further declarations Ianl interesting column, or so we aice
publication it desired by the writer. The as to the reasons or lack of reasons led to believe. That's not vanity,
Summer Djaily dues not necessarily' endorse
the sentimnts expires.sed in the comnifuificR-- which prompted the Mexican govern- either, because we share thl't'condtict-
clent to expel him from Mexico. In l ingright s with three other ho morisi s
EDITORIAL STAFF view of the several weelks that haei Second, the engraving of at new cut
Telephone 492.1 elapsed since these statements were to head the column would be texpetn
MANAGING EDITOR sive and there are four cuts wvitI
MANNING HOUSEWORTH iimade by Monsignor Caruana and nI~'Toasted Rolls" on them still lintg
Edairal oruee i ueus further declaration has been forth- around the office waiting to I , used
C ity Fditor. .........William R. Breyer Coining f'ronm him, and in view of uip, If yoti don't believe Its well I'lot
Music alld l)ramlya......... William C. Lucas
WVomai'- Editor... ...... .Julia Rtlt Brown President Galles' letter to the head of them all some day to prove it.
Night Editorsj the Catholic church of Mxio pub- And finally, we haven't ilvy uthio
Wilton A. Simpson Theodore llornbergerl it y to c;hange the nia meof' ltol1 s.
P'aul J . Kerii Frederick Shillito fished in the press of this cotuntry onl Thnsfrtesgesfo viI
D~ouglas Doubleday - June 4, I think it is particularly fit- satme. LoLok hfow miuch Jspace, it
I~yxts Assistants1 ~ fl\s~ ting for mne to requst froni you thle ,~lrdit ojl
George T, MceKean Mlorris Z!werdling courtesy of your columns to place' * * *
before your readers and therefore Th'le c ity elIjust ha eged into ,t In-
111e+Iho'ke 21214 before the Anmerican public the facts five failug at tlie oth. -S:ay.
don't we hatve nor 1rofR aIe
BUSINESS MANAGER involving the expulsion of Monsignor li(lftd5
PAUL W. ARNOLD ('aruanla. This will be of great help arondhe?"Wewt eitolo.
Circulation ...... ........ ....Keimietli haven"Wy" ew tedoko.
Advertising'.. . .. .. .......Ermiis N O,,,list ill creating a good feeling between theitsestttIewu 80.l
...... I ~~~~~~Well, i e'n h th v w i
Assistants ;peoples5 of Mexico and~ the unitedl anid I). review last imig~lit. amti thlero-
Edward Stitloninon WAiliata t'. Cook Sates. wrs in yt ~lbcltro. l
The official entrusted with the task it (close lierusali of ,ht, a ri i-Illytt
'Iof administrating the government of )routglt ott 'ip ight., lot he said
SATRD Y, JUN 26 1~~26 IMexico have no desire to keep up thea there werelSots of i lent ttate leas
SAT____R__A___,_________________6,___1_______ friction caused by the failure of ahlognl-u ierind
Night Editor-'AUl-1 J. KERN sm~all group which has always dis- 1 ttnie of The l'layvcrs laol i-ven i t
tinguished itself for its rebelliousness cu dl ltiim of combs' ltl'wwordsI l1!
TACNA-ARII(_'A in the observance of the laws. But; denijetl it tInt lv T111,e wortd he want (I
ini pursuance of the government's pol-Ito u c ova lltdeV ntil lie linlii-
With the appareiit indifference oft icy of broadcasting to the whole world tl' StI l)WOit
Chie o te et lei(nt ~iOlO5Cl iYthe exact facts of what happens ini
the United States commission in the Mexico, I ask the press of the United
Ta'NArE boundary dispute, the in-1 States, in the interest of truthfulness; IINI)ONN
cldet, s fa asthe nitd Sttesas well as of the amity which should ! A wit of a critical age
-iet asfra .h ntdSae always exist between our two peo- lWha> versified niany a p~age,

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is concerned, becomes Closed, atnd
South America andl the narrow policy
of these Soulthi Anricati diploimats
who are ivol ved moust be left to work
out its own solution.
It is but a short time since the re-
stilts of overgrowti niit onl Icon sci -
ousnesses and covet oisiOws f(Itela in
European lpowers inflictedl itponl (hi'
world a horrible real izat ion of (ii,-

Idles. for Space in which to state theISot leatrtned lie would hoot
facts c-oncerninlg Mr. Caruana's cae, Andt tilt nit his snoot
Two weeks ago, as Consul Geneal At grammnar, that's now all the raga.
of Mexico, I issued a statement call-i
lgattention to the fact that the fas w have nery forgot,

P apa 1l egate lad, in his own state-
nient published in the press (If this
country., made cort an adtmtission,
that in themselves justify the act ion
of thewMexicanitgovernmnieit inieox
peclling him front the country.

evils f militariin, atid sookI(ieditoi on to contii rining hits own
evil of iliaris, an droh te Iadmission that lie, the apostolic dolie-

whole of civi lizedOlsocity thVe lea(il-
ization of the futility aiid uselessiies-
of that method of settling (ispu t us
among nations.
Since that great disasteor, aritrit'
tion, mediation, and all the other
methods of forestalling wars have
gained tremendotis prestige, and, al-

.._ _..... ,.. __ ,. .._.. ... ., ...f...., ,. ,.. ... ... ,

gate of the Pope}anthi Ile Bishop ofI
P oirt0 Rico andttWes0t Inidies, told the
:M exican iaut horities lie was a 't each -
01,'' his decl aration show stliat he wont,
muchi farther than lie admiuttIed in his'
st atemnent po hiishiet throughout the
United States, When asked the qIttes-
tion "'do you cotme as a t ouriist or' on
business'", the declarationi shows that
thn' Bishop of Porto Rico, who has

is rhetoric's all gone to pot,
# \ hen his natne we do sing--
Moest ironical thing,
t'Joa n dtone it'' is not a lion mot.
When all other sports have bye-n for-
gtit. U. there is one whi-h will still
survive. It is i nevit nblt' tht Y' h
Iltattice of suinittitig antit ans \v-,Al
qute, itlttito i'5will live- untii Ait
iuilit ltn Swheti, iy the very nature-"I'
!that lotng hoilmedforMv, the liabbitvwill
Cea . JThevse' qui'stiotiiaius tra c' P,
i lslou- and ittportalic' All the way free
the A'rny Alpha antd Bittet iittcligec :-
test; to the cllitillaad y itsgtiilet
but ntuch tuore treqlueni tquery of
_' ; : N is xour favorite fruit. flower,

4hnrncrh nnna flf" f}IPTTI AIID1-02(''11 DO I'-

statedot sinice he left Mexico that he
fection, they are gestures it the right WeOtW there for the pu11rpotse of ma kiit g

direction andI foreshadow a more pro-; an investigation for IHis I lolilless, vgalc~~ rnwppr
mising future. Great powerOis all ovei' Pope Pius X1, replied that he('wats Such a questioinnai re hiar now '-ortn.
the world have recoignizedl this do- going to Mexico just as a "toturist.-'' to otir lailtd itti the forin of an Asso>
velopmentt and pub~lic opinion in a The declar'ationil dso shows that citdPrs d ic leut , n
whmeni this prelate oif the church in ai ekod u oorhbto eti,
great many of them has a pparenitly Saihsekn onrsc s iwa ripedtan albitol~lw t li
reached thelpoint where it would con-ProRoish sandighont r, Itclias ni-mn Itipet i eoi 'm l
sifdeortoyRcoiisrandwhooisbrrak Itfalaanwith a go befor-e we open 1it. 'lie >story
siderbly inderthe ut brak origin, was asked if lie knew any-'11h nit oth- ou 11 h'ttIle(le
if it did not prevenit it out irely. i conhans onglishtioo repliedh
Apparently this tendency has ntot "oe" We tcm oteqe t ion of the adlvantages (If t ts'm nitbe--
laid hold very strongly on the South tIoni h elrtoa oI 5 atnti(b) the protliemo(of maImeitt
American republlics as ye't, for the iou creed," thwelaeI its economic phases liy the students?
frankindirerenetofflat'Chilan go-- gof Adrian College.
frak idiferece f te Cilen gv aerect''"Protestanit.'',
erninent to the decision (of time tirli- The facts here setfotl seakfo Incidentally we have discovert'd
tration tribiunal is to all practical theseles.Inview of the fac th t toutgh this atile the an sw or to) lie
purposes a threat oif open conflict, ooehsee been ket u o MxI oento~us tquest ion of: WVho atrc the-
when we remember that Chile has theiahcusofis r e m-igts favoi'ite moilvie' actors (of lie students-
largest navy and the most efficient creed, the clainm of a Catholic prelate;I of Adrian College? The anis wer'is
army in South America. The Spanish that he was a "Protestant" is sonec simple. The mammoth masculine in-
American nations have progressed -e thig that Monsignor' Caruana will tellect s at that flourishinug institut ion
great deal iln the short space of time 'have to explain for himself. But we of learning are strong for Fairbanks,
since their independence but the think the answers set foritht in the in-, Bat'ryrnore, and onte, as5 the' dispiatchij
selfishness and utter lack to the will migration declaration do explain the so quaintly puts it, little known play-
to co-operate, such as evidenced in failuite' tp to the present time oif the ci', whose name is not mentionedl.
the present controversies, can itetio none iyBso a- Bitt what we want to say is, what's.
hellp but brinig forth an expre'ssioniluana at the bordering toiwns oIf Tex-I the advantage (If these questionnaires?
of frank disgust from the Amnericanl as, upon his ireturn to the Ulnited l They're amusing, and all that, but dlo
government. I States, to tiake ftiither declarations they prove aniything? Now we in our
The United States has always at- regarding his expulsion fromi Mexico. ttirn want to subiit one. Blanks fot'
tempted to help her weaker southern In the interest of a healthful uin- illing it outt may be had onl request
neighbors to progress, although at derstaitdiiig cutybetwteen the ie peoples of (personal r~usta s eas
times she may have appeart.Ied to) be :i Iny country and the United States, I we're all outt of postage stamps) at
wolf in sheep's clothing. Btut inl spite aill submrittinig this statemient to the this office. Here goes:
of at grabbing tendlency oce ini press of this country in connectioni 1. Do you approve of qutestioni-
whie, he as.on he hol, min-with the Monsignor Caruana's inci- naires? If so, why?
tained an attitudle of benevolent tol- dent.
stnetoward Latin America, and 2TR . IA, , 2 If not, to what lengths would
ARrROM.nceS you be willing to go to see theme abol-
even the present incidett wiIlilt- 1 Consul General of Mexico ait NOW ished? Would you stop at murder? If
doubtedly be overlooked on the York,
grudIfieprec.Hwvr not, do you prefer poisoni or a meat-
grounds o n x e i n e o e e ,__________________________________________________axe?
if this attitude is to continue, south
Amrc nher part, must mtake ev "The Prohition law is the biggest The results will be publislied in
cry effort toward realizing and cair- success of aniy law that ever came ROLLS of July 4, a nice celebration
rying out he esponsilbility in egards dlown the road." Rt. Rev. Hughes, for the sesquicentennial anniversary
to world peace. Methodist bishop in Chicago. of the signing of the Declaration of In-
dependence.
Ylfiiif.
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