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PAGE TWO

THE ST1MMF.R MW ,IfAN nfA1taV

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OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THS
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
SUMMER SESSION
Published every morning exceptt Monday(
during the University Summer Session by
the Board in Control of Student Publica-
tions.
The Associated Press is exclusively en-
titled to the use for republication of all news
dispatches credited to it or not other wiser
credited in this paper and the local news pub-

federal appropriations,

large to not
wars but also
a peace time

dis cour age
>o to make
catastrophe

sufficiently
m ean-made{
less inviting
such as leas~

plunged into sorrow and ruin large
p)opulations and areas in New Jersey.
"Let the President slacken his fool-
economy long enough to realize that
a pound foolish and penny wise fiscal
policy should not be carried to such
extremes as to endanger the lives of

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lished herein. a score or mo11101rUcommunlliUJties."
And it appears as if the gentleman
E;ntered at the Annl ,\rhor, 3Mciuani,ft Nw. igthrgt, t
postoffice as second class matter. I rmNwJersey mgtb ih.I
Subscription by carrier, $1.50; by mail,1 is not wise to curtail expenses to a
$2.00. ~hrflIonbtoramnsrtr
Offices: Press Building, M\aynardStethamuponbturdinsaos
Ann Arbor, Michigan, sliouili spend more wisely.
Communications, if signed as evinence of j-
good faith, will be pulished in The Summer ' 'oiuRGLTO
Daily at the discretion of the Editor. 3Jn-FOLS RWIT N
signed communications will receive no con-
sideration. The signature may be omlited in Because01a alleged connectioli
publication if desired by the writer. The ;lbetweeni inferior scholarship and stu-
Summer Daily does not necessarily endorse
the sentiments expressed in the commnunica- dent-ownership of cars, the Adminis-
trative Council of the University of
ED)ITORIAL ST1AFF Illinois, has decided that Champaign
TelepGINED492R is no longer to hie graced with the
MANNING HOUSEWORTH presence of the "collegiate chariot."

Messrs. Rolls et al.,
When he~at waves lap, and even mur-
dier falls to the level of mere reflex-
action, a newspaper prodigy will feel
the urge to create an uplift campaign.
I sense you feel that way.
As your constant reader (anid in-4
cidentally as the press-agent of the
Amalgamated Tight-Weavers of Lake,
Winnepasocki) I respectibly suggest
that you columnize a camp~aign,
AGAINST THE ABOLI'TION OFI
T IGHFTS.
Do you realize the misery this abo-
lition entails among the simple tight-
weavers of Winnespasocki? Once the
pastoral vale sang with the music of
the tight-looms. Happy families in
bramble-proof tights roamed the
countryside for the wild wortleberries
in whose juice nature had hidden the
popular' flesh-tint dyes. Now the val-!j
ley has become a Slough of Despond,
ghastly with the wails of suffering
tight-weavers. Even thle wild wortle-
bierries are dying.
Why is this?
SSimply because, while in 1775 not aI
"musical comedy was produced in this
cotuntry whose chorus was not mod-
est ly hidden by tights, in 1926, accord-
ing to the last U.. S. census, of the 50,-
847 revues produced all had ehoruses'.
brazenly exposed with bare legs, ex-
cept for a few scenes in one show that 1,
ran two nights in Hell's Hinges, Ari-
zona.
STherefore, I enclose a few literary
masterpieces written b~y authors of
fame.'T'hese 1 trust you will find ofj
merit for their refined news-value
alone.
Yours (I insist) respectibly,

G~Special Tables of Books of
Interest' to Educators
GRAHAM'S
At Both Ends of the Diagonal

Chairman,
Editorial Board..Eugene H.11. Gutekoustj
City Editor............... William R. BreyerI
Mlusic and Dramna......... William C. Lucas
Woman's Editor........... Julia Ruth Brown
Night Editors
Ivilton A. Simpson Theodore Iornherger
Paul J. Kern Frederick 5hillitk.
Douglas Doubledayj
Assistants
Gail Lyons Tliaddcu, \Vasielcwski
George T. McKean 'Morris Zwerdling
BUSIYESS STAFF
Telephone 21214
BUSINESS MANAGER
PAUL W. ARNOLD
Circulation ..................Kenneth lhav-n
Advertising ...... .......... Francis N orqluist
Assistants

Minnesota, on the other hand, has'
(ldeclared the automobile to be an i-
(espenisible means of conveyance, as
it permits thousands of studients, like
business mnh, to save time. The lit-
tle half hour pe'riodls so often wasted
(an be brought to good use.,lprovid-
ed one has a way of getting around
qluickly. Most students, sooner or
lat er, pass through the era of noveltyl
which every car-owner feels at first.
In the beginning an auntomobile is a
means of attaijning social aspirations,
but itsoion ceases to be an agenit
rof (ive rsion. ;Studenit s make as goodi
use ot' their cars as do faculty men.
At university age an individual
should be thought capable of (aring
for himself1. If a senior is niot to bej
trusted with1 a car. lie is hardly fit to1
ente r the business w"orld the ensuing
year.

!ibop
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prepared foods
11:30-1:30 5:00-7:30
FOUNTAIN SERVICE
A PTFRN( ON AND El ENING
open every Evening except Monday
aind 'i'uesday
600 E. Liberty Phone 9215

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your films
24 hour service
All work guaranteed to be
satisfactory
EASTMAN FILMS CARRIED IN STOCK
Swift's Drug Store
340 S. State Street Phone 3534

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Edward Solomon

W\illiam F. C eli

THUI{SI)AY. JULY 15, 1926i
Night Editor---F. H. SH-ILLITO)

A W, GiIVE U.S BOT11 A REST
Extra' Ext'a ". President Coolidgo
taught a fish' Glaring headlines,k
front piage storiezs, pictures of the un-
forttunate creature. anti every conceiv-
able type of nonsense that could be,
said in coinnection withI the catchijug
of a fish are all piresent, ill abunditanic
in the newsp~aper's. Iln a few minuites
lie tinhappy little pihl~e is lbhe most
photographed lishe in A inericat his
length is miEasttred to the n jllelneter
and his pulsez is taken it hree d~ines a
dlay. Al11 ithis me rely because he ha p-
penied toa he caughit by the P residon t
or so it is claimedl.
11r. Coolidge d isemb1 arks at a rural,
summler' loiiic mlitliiiiediat ely the
house is phot1ogrtaphedl. dcs-rjbed. dia-
grammed, and chartedl for the bene-
fit of every cit izeni of t his fair h.Ind.
Full length pi'ii. ictrs fI lie f ardeiiei
and halflteingth pictuores of all t li
trees ill the yard ale broadcast all
over the countryI'.'; eca use I lwe I'rti
denlt is slaying there.
WVho is this man that we call P'resi-
dent ? What is there shoutl limn that
should so excite thet whole country
whoever he' ienakos a rnioeA ralt li
grouchy sort of inidividual. Who can
not smile antidIleer trIies anything
mnore than al grimace. astuitie, th1ev say,
silent, also. alld surely so. hardly
:venial, ol' dull. hut still his every
move is iiittjctt'd uoen Itie readingi
public w, though his existence werel
the existence of the whlole> nat ion.
Perhaps t he t axpa yer's(of the coup-
ry enjoy lienri iig ablou t the way' their
money is spent; perhaps they are in-
terested in thle act ions of this manf
fronm a personal stand point ; perliaps
the fish ecaught, is the oinly thIireo un11td
Bike in thei{,[nitit Stateis: perhaps it
is not ; 'tany iiiY tle.it Seems (muite'

E D I T O R I A L , C O M M E N 'iV 1 1 H 1 R H S H R
('i'New York Times)
Sweden is a country where thel
s wimiming season is short, but it is
ailso at(Laud of many rivets and lakes.
antd its dirow ning ac.cidents have been
mianv The ant liorities, nlat ional and
innic ipal1. have undertaken t he task
of ha if persuadlin g and halif coinpellin g,
ever hodv to learn to swim. I lere-
after no Swede can take a scholasticI
examination until lie or she' can (1o it.j
Non-,;witmers, are to be excluded-
fromt hold jntg public offi ce.
Man is altmost the only animal tllmk
cannot swim withbeut learning. This'
i - rttlier lwrd 1o explii, but the(
f o't i hatwmin chosote uli'iphrighit posi
tnhoftoi'ehis ibody .was iicchatnicall~v,
- aapted to the chant;-e trot all-fours
lily a'v ii e soll)(Allinjg into doWithiit.:
l3( that pas it nmay, the ability to-
swimi. tx-bret can he acq~uired in a few,
less ois tby anyliotly who real ly tries
to lea<rn it. is verv liiahle. Often it
tfli'it is life inistead of de'ath.
I ti(letitalty. I'oaders'l>- flthe newxs
i it tisthavt' noti('edt the lat'gt11nu11mber;
of Eia'ls anid womteni, as coimpairedl 'ithl
hays taetid ielt. that ate drowned at
In bat hiiiig iresoi'ts. 'thbis, ii il't, ire-1
ills f-em the' silly inisistenlce, at-
bay ea'chcs, that tl,e' feiinlinle bath-i
is mlst weat-stits tttolu ;()sin(, te-
ra i' aink e sw immftillg difficult. Any- -
hinkit)ii the naturle o1 a skirt, evenj
hotughi it is very short., is to somie ex- j
tent a restriciotn on liovemnit and a'
'wasteri'of1enlergy. The lprofessional
woimeni 5wiiniers and the1 i racinig ant-
Sat etuir (-''tiwhere arle allo'.vilto
dIress as t hey' ple'ase-

HIERE.
ODE TO TIGHITS
Sharp hair-shirt to the Purist clan
Rock basis of Broadway,
Nepenthe to the business mhan
After a wearing day:--
Tights!
Never go away!'
Irish love those legs of green;;
Frenchman black chiffon faini chic;
E~ngl ish monocles all preen
At fair shapes in white silk sheen;
IAnd we know pink is slick.
S(ThoiePtirists make us sick.)
Tights!
Downward never by they loc~us
While eyes of nian upon thee focus
Oh! dainty as the tender crocus!
'horus laties do not stray
P"rom thme paths of yesterday;
A\ Iouch of1 color always wear.
A\w, nix, chorines, on dancing hare:
Foer summor taninedl,
Anld son2ic are white,,
Anid somie t hex' need a bath;
And soma eitc'er rouge the knee just
right,
And ( sotent c110razeri'1.1t1.
Yo a, sisters.- let thy mids be fair'.
(Jive not to tights the well -know air;
Nor let.thbent sink to dlarkest ladir
Of n mei'est winter' uniderwear!
F~ranis, 4Lord e'caimer'on
A ''A( OIY IN F
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Shte wore her tight s for wvinater' under-
wear,
A re-formed chorus lady', fat andt fair
And forty'. Blue were they of azure
hute.
Antd she all of the night clubs knew
Where she could tirek after a gruieling
dany
Oif selling waists, and hear th-e niusic

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DANCE
Blue Lantern
ISLAND LAKE
Nightly except Monday
Sunday Matinee, 3W6
Jean Goldkette's Vagabonds

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obviousIlth it 111 page stor11s5abhoutI"FLAPPEi-:R PSYCHO1LOGY 'plaiy.
fishi are not the nmtst imiportant things , The. Nation) lot" she still had tupon her string
in th lievorldht, o i at ter w ho catches i lTlii tb 1t sychology- of the' Flap-per Iiii t tel'and egg mten t'rom Ossiinlg.
the, ad iiobsur ettiltr Itmeis a good d ealI older thtan her namte 1
is not tile'onilyv so imet' resortinI li t'e;th isjuit bee:n derrnoostx rat ee by thle' Fut on"e. am id a fashiotnable rout,
coon tr'ycotrait -ry to th e genl('irn i- .d iscovo 'vy by lie New% York Tlimes that A gain she heard the (o1(1.jazz notes
Ipression. .1. I P)-vear-oldti niss is the author of! riing out
l1u ring tin' ttoffieiah season Pres'idenit the sticcessftil lit ei'ary hoax, "T'he ITo which she piraicetd when she held
tCoorlidge Jis ithe he5a of ,acureat m -.lDiarv01 a 4itonlg Ladly (off Pashitn i eitownit rthe e gts wl bt
ion. lh satinsn- nrete~ 17(;4-G)5. AMiss 1Ma gdh I ciing-( i-IIall, elap tx stetgt.Iwl u
e uis, anioie011tin111ies isto(ry ; during ;t lie aulthor 0. was snflthentIIlx' ignioranOt spend
lie Suimiilci'rlhe is n otttrtte thania ti tiii liof (cr1 a titi ist~ii''iI (1 ttails to w< rVflFeu-xvwords uipon that social blunderi'
Attican hikt ig <avac t'ion as thous it'e i ruder reader, ut slit''wv's That re ft till' her the shr'itte Of nope
anrds (of Ait crit'aits are'' doinig ad t able, by being herself, to he sufficient- 1 asunder.
Spjeninig Iiis tuniie to tie het ter advant - 1. Iikhe aii18t hi c'ettoury'ftlie I't tto fool Pitt. as sonie ?ire-htorse at sound O (fj
age thanii Ihioset1houisand is. 1''h 't~ t ima ny, inel udill thit' reviewer of the gong
we let himi ha ve his va catio10 iii thte New" York'l' imes itself, who Breaks loose and rushes wi'ld, therein
peace'? And wvhiy can't wo ble relievedtl g EIt t'x con (ctded that e vonithtough th at throng
of seeing,'hiis il ore teveryt ime we leer bot:ihid noIItt"'a ny of' the impo~tit- So did she (do, in tights of vivid
Iit.'k tlt a inewspaper ? ij c that attchest'5 isuc'hta '1 lu ! zure hue.
mtental re'ord(l as xwas left, behitntiby I iH
P1 N N WISE. PO1UN\D FOOLISH I Wpx's'' the autther tdid ''throw the! Later, her hair unloosedl, and feeling
For the last three years Nve have 3beamns tt' her ('andtle here and there on l blue,
bein hieaiing gales of pia i so; for Tes -, the feat in-tes of'he r timue.'' We are1 She sat tdejected in her sultr'y room,
idellt Coolidge for' his strict etconomiy. glad to reim emb11r thint 0our own re- et' hands ablout their habits 'mui her
And111 Arnier'icanlsCeverywhiere henav('taa vie xxt'r cal led t he work '"obvxiously a! gloont,
sigh of reliet to think that we at last hoax,'' but xve ar'e willing toi wager Cursing auidibly her sad, sad life-oh,
had a Presidenit who could keep ex - thiat. such an 1 8th centur'y gir'l as it, blank it!
pendituires down IA) a mjinimum. Btut : - p'lorts to(Idescr'tibe woutl find her- ind, taking her' pertoxide out, site
Senator Edwards (of New Sersey st'lf qtijte at hiouse if transportetd toj drank it.
seems to differ with a savinig putblic, ; t his 20th tettury America, where' Sherwood Dresser.
for after the recent Denmark arsenal tfapp~ers are sometimes supposed to l
disaster lhe remarked that it shouldI conistitute a new species. Miss Kinig- Tshank you, H-ebe. But don't you
be a lesson to the united States. l-i Hall's antiquarianism was sometimes think that "Tragedy in F" would be
continued: at fault, but her psychology was In- better named "Wrapsody in Blue" ?
"T.,Pt the nacifits s ton howling down stinctively right. Yifnif.

BAF
Comes this
bigger andI
{ the extraon
_ a doi7
SAll Dresses
Selling in our JULY
we will allowv an extra
SAll Dresses a
Selling in our J ULY N
$io and $20, we will
C the day oif -
All Dresses,
tti Selling in our JULY M\
$2o and Sao, we will
the day of-
tAll Dresses, {
ti ~Sellinig in our j ULYI
X30, we will allow anl
it he N
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tGAI

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year on Thursday, July 15th, and it will be
better than ever. You'll want your share of
'dinary values the day will bring. We are
ing more than our share to make the
day profitable to you.

j1 $1.,00

MARK DOWN SALE to $io,
adiscount for the day of - -

ind Coats
M1ARK DOWN SALE between L.UU
1allow an extra discount for

THE ONCE A YEAR

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Coats & Suits
MARK D)OWN SALE between
tallow an extra disoumnt for

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$3.00

Goats & Suits 500
MARK DOWN SALE above 1$
extra discount for the day of

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118 MAIN STREET
THLSHOP' OF SATISFACTION

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