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PAGE TWO

THE SUMMER MICIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1926

ZIt B ummr l Negro now than the Uncle Tom typeI
Iso common before the war.Fr the
f ir ; g n a Y good of 'democracy, he must became1 ® R1Em
OFFICIAL NEWSPAPE.R O~ THS the civil equal of every other citizen.'i G R A 1
UNIERITO______inthrpuli._ndheisgongto) 1JANEDJROLL
UVRST OFMCIAinterebic Adh sgigSUMMER SESSION be--it is merely a question of the RA
Published every morning except MNonday
during the University Summer Session by white man forming a public opinonAEIA IRI;
the Board in Control of Student ulc' favorable to the black now, or of te
lions,~ black taking what he wants later. Rlset
The Associated Press is exclusively en (Synopsis)
ttetoteuefrrpbiainfalneJn SmtjutaraAercndispatches credited to it or not othewie Commander Byrd would put the irl, but who is young and charming,
credited in this paper and the l cal- news pub- tr n trpsoeghesuhpl
lisbd hrei. Dubtess pln ~thesocety Is, a stenographer of Wilcott Lush-
poteredea se n Amar.rAnarctic Pe-baumm, the president of a big groc-
potffedeat tcndca mteA Aro. c ateAmrcnzto fery 'tore, who is tremendously inter-
Subscription by carrier, $.5; by mail,j gums.- __esdinhrJakFrhrttee-
Offices: Press Building, Maynard Street4 __________ _______ rand boy, is just a real American boy
Ann Arbor, Michigan. ".. -
________________________________ with a heart that beats for no one---
Communications, if signed as eicence ofj EDITORIAL COMMENT but Jane. Oswald Sleek, the soda i
good faith, will be published in The Summer i futi qitfo h egbrn
D~aily at the discretion of the Editor. in"- I _I __ ____fountinsquirfromte____________g
signed commuwnications will receive no con-, WHEN THE HIONOR SYSTEM FAILS'(irug store also has a leaning toward
sideration. The signature may be omitted in,
publication if desired by the writer. Thes (New York World Jane. and is jealous of Jack whto)is .
Sumnmer Daily does not necessarily endorse (Ihetnn ousraJn' fe-.
the sentiments expressed in the coimunica- In a letter to the Herald Tribune a traeig o suI) ae';tfc
lion ___________________ Yale alumnus sneers at the recent Itions. Cleopatra Brown, being in love
E~TRALSAFpunishment of the freshman oarsmen, with all the boys of the vicinty isEIOIA TF
Te~ hn and then goes on to criticize the hon- jealous of Jane and several time s has lpoeI921!I hetndIotk Jn'Iiebts
MANAGING EDITORor system itself. It does very well, hetndt aeJn' ie u 0
MANNING HOUSEWORTH hte says, when applied to conduct, but fosa enuscesu hnst
Chairman, has no place in the field of studies. the timely interference of Fairheart
Editorial Board- ...Eugene IH, Gutekunst I (leo has also created a misunderstand-
City Editor--------------William R. Breyer AnIokiga isagmntses
Music and Drama......... William C. Lucas one must concede that there is some- Iinig beween Jack and Jane by relit-
Woman's Editor----------..Julia Ruth Brownthn In t. T benwite ing some gossip about Jane and Lush-.
Night Editors honrsytmascmonypacie all of whih is, of course, tin-
Wilton A. Simpson Theodore iornberger j ooI ytma cmol rcie
Paul J. Kern Frederick Shillito is less an honor system than a self-I true but quite disquieting. For some The same advantage
Douglas Doubleday wvinding spy system. The studentj time Lushbaumm has been noticing'wihhv aeLn
thtlre uk fwheehaebehist ace soeenli
Assistants promises not only to accept no aid thtlaenfhounhis sor he. havefistensDbsiane soaresenjoyedi
Gail Lyons Tlhaddeus Wasiclewskci himself but also to report any student;soe rmhs-tr.Il irtss uies r noe
George P. McKean Mlorris Zwerdling whmhIestkn i.Tia pisiton is that the thief is Adolph Lav- i clin ou aml
BUIESSAFeven the dullest students knows, is aI aleer, his sneaky- clerk, who is also in at the cottage. It is
2 124 cr frm hoor. n te seondspeedy; it brings an
Telephone 21211 a r rmhno.I h eodelved w ithJnenbto hstougyt
BUSINESS MANAGER places, it is a system whose benefits dcae i netos hog immediate answer; it
PALW RODall flow In one direction. The faculty faked phone call Lishbamm Ilearns avoids misunderstand
Circulation..........Kenneth Haven i is usually hotter for it than the st- so that lets him out. By it sei'esof ing. The sound of the
Advertising----------------Francis Noruist? dents are, and for good reason; it code lmsages to France. Lushbaummn voices of the members
Assistants compels students to be honorable! learns that Fairlweirt was exiled of your family over
Edward Solomon Wlim1cokwt h rfsobti osnt from Little hock because of his here - the Long Distance Cir-
compel the professor to be honorable ditary case of ('heesia Dementia, uits is comforting.
with the students. He is not compell- meaning cheese (razy. The 'Mayor of Long Distance rates
TEDYJN 29126 ed to ask fair questions or considers Little Rock, unibeknowst to Janli,'ar remarkably low.
previous diligence. snsalaldbm oI~sbu i And on 'Anyone'calls,
Night Editor--WM. STOCKWELL Furthermore, as soon as one gets i ntenin~iig to blots him i) s he sees ' after 8:3at night they ,
_______________________Ipast the abstract values of the situs- hI hiii 'vi o aeshai are approximately half
tion and faces realities the implca- the stor'y~ developre it t urns out thiat the day rate.
THE EW EGR lins f hoor mbrcesnotLawyer Plush is also in love with
THE EW NGROtion of ono embacesnotonly re-
That Negroes must unite for theirI gard for the truth but fidelity to ob- Jaie. Ilie has broken is wa'y ino An "Anyone"
rights in the United States was theS ligation as well, and pressure of the the grocery story andd is cofroitinig call is a call on
keynote of the recent meeting of the iilte a aea h cls aesras which you will
National Association for the Advance- latria easily confuse the student Jn ttesae.Jn cens talk with any-
into thinking that the use of a crib one who answers
went of Colored People. Moorfieldl is not only harmless but even honor-I CHAPTER XXXXXXX The telephone
Storey, president of the association,( able, All students are -under heavy Plush was in no mood to talk,Ie I
issued an ultimatum to colored peo: family obligations; parents have paid mer ely wanted to look at this lovely USE LONG DISTANCE
ple, in his speech, to unite in behalf hard-earned money for their education, girl who had so far eluded him,
of their rights as citizens. 'Mr. Storey' n xetpsentBns na- rlhr eae"Puhsi il- MICHIGAN BELL
Illustrated the spirit of the far-fam- n xetpses o lns n al lly hr.eae" ls ad n TELEPHONE CO.
ridiuledNew egro dition, athletes are under heavy o-aly
ed and much rdcldNw ego iigations to the student body. They "Yes we are," gasped Jane, bush-
when he said, have been showered with adulation, ing deeply.
"We represent more than twelve' i andI they are expected to play in the She began to realize the rashness
million persons of Negro blood en- {game, and not to get barred for fal- of iti all. Watch your step, Jane
titled under our Constitution and u lre in studies. Is it any wonder that S mit h, she said to herself.
laws to every right that belongs to, some yield to temptation? Plush nerely looked at hier. He
any American citizen. The need ofa To hear the faculty talk, one would' wated to see her --to gloat over her
the hour is union. We must act to- think that mayhem or worse hadI beauty at armn's length, to feast his,
gether, work together, vote together. ; been committeed. Yet one cannotl eyes on her' innocence Ilie picked up
"We ask no charity, no privilege,! help thinking that if the faclty were a piece of cheese and gulped it downIt a
only the rights of every American to devise fairer methods of testing hurriedly~ so le could again turin his1rs
citiens th riht o lve umolste knwlegether wold e mre tu-attention to the girl.
The nd h rgttolv umls e nt oldeteeoolrb.oe t The girl was a ow 'That braid of
in any house where we have a legal dent honor.ow erletsotldr
right to lvteright teto be protect- inairrwindings downuheprolefty:shoulder
edi u esn n u rpry TIIE FIGHIT FOR CIVIL LIBERT j was irtesistible. Yes, Jane was at Sbhsrie foi'rl he Sumimiiet Daii
against mob violence, the right to a; (New York World) wove ________..________
fair trial if accused of crime or in-, Looking over the report of the Am- l Lookinig around to see that there*
volved in any civil controversy, the; erican Civil Liberties Union for the were no customers in sight, Lawyer
same rights that any other citizen year 1925 one is again impressed by puhsol akdbhn h op
has in public parks, publis schools, the heroic service which the organ " tel.
and all public institutions supported'1 ization renders to our heritage of j
by taxes of which our taxes are a freedom. Apparently thet e is no case ( What will Jane do? Readl about it
part. so thankless that the union will not itmio's olsnsae tal
"We sk qualrigts i pulic on-do battle for it: it specializes, indeed, newsstands.
veyances, public hotels, public places in pesky jogs which without its help
of amusement, and above all we want would go undone. Nevertheless, onelAThut
the right to vote, for otherwise we ;cannot help wishing that it would JInt the land of Philadelphia,
are taxed and drafted without rep- enlarge its circle of friends. In the l Where thee may "thou" thy till,F
resentation, the cause of the revolu - years following the war it is small I They have a big surprise for you ----I
flon which established the United wonder that the only recruits it could i Sesquicentennial.
States" rally to its banner were what we call;
That is the creed of the Negro who radical, . for radicals were the chiefI Such lightening never was before;
returned from doing his part in the; victims of post-war oppression, and, The buildings make a subist ill;
Great War awakened to' the fact by f to their eternal credit, they were al- l h hus on equ-ie f

his wlife in Prance that there is a ti"lost the only citizens who had the shore-g
place for him in this world higher? courage to stand up for their rights.E Sesquicentennial. 1
than a state of serfdomt. This New The war, however, is over, and it niemksGta leesAlwaysCon ple
Negrowntscwilntsait civilil equalityo whthantedcucifoil heaoiquestionoha slewhetherty, wthetheucauseghs fono sriStocksear Sofk
Mr. Storey's entire speec his an epicI hampered by tihe popular notion, not' The lights shine out until
of heNero bt e s ndub eletirely erroneous, that it is They boom the crops in Delaware---
caredayb the Ngobuhei oucedyhi the exclusive concern of the gentle- Sesquicentennial.
rhetoric and an overzealousness to( men of the Left. The Scopes trial is' 1 1iIIeSSeS.,
the cause when he demands social as; a case in point. There can be little jTis furor for out' patiriots brave,r
well as civil equality. Certainly such :doubt that the showing made at Day- Wh independence did instill, I
a statement is not tihe result of cold ton, which in spite of the cheering' Wil ture raise them from the grave- FrDes t e ~
reaonig. ocil eualty s nt !was not great showing, would have Sesquicentennial.4FoDesS etor p-
wanted by the majority of thinking Ibe oeipesv fteRgtIW a
Negroes because it would eventually; wing had been represented. The 'Tis sesqui this and sesqui that
mean the engulfing of the black race Right wing was willing to serve. Its 'till me it fails to thrill;
by the white. And it is certain that' services were declined on the ground I'd rather 'gave-because I'm flat-- AC ES RL
the white race is not free enoughl that since the Left wing had fought A sesqui-dollar bill. A C S S
from race prejudice to grant it. But when the fighting was hard it was -Hebe. ,
we can excuse Mr. Storey for per-j entitled to its share of glory when***
paps he did not mean to imply that the fighting was easy. As a result D Ion 't forget.
quite so strongly. teLf wn o it h nwp-' Man at ! ikr' y' +.
Regardless of whether he did or not,: pers, but the issue was hopelessly It's just.t 46 more days until exam-
we are confronted with the fact that confused. Bewildered brethern and Inations.
what he says is true. The Negro; sisters, aware that hig things were Beeziebub.
must unite to survive and prosper; transpiring, were in a pliable state -_______
he is uniting, as this association! of mind: handled discreetly they of the people who were to be won
shows; and, as we evidenced in the could have been won over to the i- over. And whatever the final legal
Chicago race riot, he is fighting back,' beral camp with little difficulty, verdict is, they thus lost their case
a thing undreamed of by Negroes a- The main thing was that they be in the only place where their case
decade ago.' reassured: that the men who talked was worth winning.
The new liberty learned by the of freedom should look substantial, There is nothing about civil liberty ,
Negro in France has taught him to eminent and safe. The very opposite- per Be which should appeal to rdc
rdofight oppression and to 'demand and was true. The lawyers for the de- als. Conservative people, given the
expect what he wants in the way of fense committeed blunder after blund- chance, would be ready to support it EE
civil rights. White Americans must er: they objected to prayer, they de- too. And with more substantial sup- _______________
become aware of the tact that they fled the judge, they were superior port the cause must make greater
ore I dexing with a dterent type of ; about religion, especially the religion headway. _________________

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