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FOF THE
CHIGAN
xcept Monday
the Board in

un Conference Editorial

ted Press is exclusively en-
use for repub~licationi of all
s credited to it or not other.
in this paper and the local
therein.
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econd class matter.
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itorial, 2414 and 176-M; Busi-

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jr in print, but as an evidence of faith,1
notices of events will be published in
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t or mailed, to The~ Daily office. Un-
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:sed in the comnmunicatiuils. s
]EDITORIAL' STAFF
Telephones 214 and 176-11
MANAGING EDITOR
MARION B. STAH:L
aEditor ............. .. Paul %Vatzel
Editor.. ..........James B. Young
tant City i'>itor...........J. :A. Jia Uul
iial Board Chairman....... I. R. Meciss
E Fditors-
Waph Byers ~ Harry Hoey
.. .Hershdorfe~r R. C. Moriarty
1A. Donahue J. $, Mack
isi,:(or ...........'Wllace 1'F. F'iott
en's Editor........Marion Koch
ay MV~agazine Editor ...11. A. D~onahue
cEditor .................. E. H. Ailes
ur I"..liin..........BLuckley C. Kobblirns
Editorial Board
cii FerrMaurice Berman
Rerf Eugene Carmichael
Assistants
ly T1. Armnstrong Franklin D).Hepburn
y Bielfield Winona A. Hibb~ard
Billington Edward J. Biggins
nBrown 1Kewieth C 1Kelar
C lark Elizabeth Liebermann
Connable John McGinnis
adette Cote Samuel M'oore'
'n 1. Coughlin 11.I.f. Prvor
h Epstein W. B. Raferty
*Fiske Rlobert G . Ramsay
Garlinghouse J. W. Rtuwitch
er S. Goodspeed SolJ. Schnitz
Ia Coulder 1Phi~hi}L-N. A agtier
1W IIVSS STAFF
*Telephone 964)
BUSINESS MANAGER
ALBERT J. PARKER
,rtising.............John J. Hamel, Jr.
,Iu ig ....... ... Walter K. Scherer
tinir.............Lawrence It. l'avrot
cation ...............l:; and I'. Con'.i'
writing..............David J. 44. Park
dati0' ion.............ownsend II Wlf
uts ................. 1Beaumnont Parks

bring the,, work to a seedi
isf actory close.
Contrary to the popular cor
thre scope of city planing
enough to include much me
merely a street lay-out. To
dividing the city into certain
each jmutually exclusive of t
and each restricted for the u
to buildings of a certain cla
important phase of th~e subjec
is created for high class re
one for commercial establi
another for factories, and s+
each zone certain building
tions exist.
But the scope of zoning is
than this. The needs of the c
future must 'be taken intot
ation a~s well as the require
the present dIay, which impli(
lation based on scientific fact
mnere guess work. The beaut
tain sections of the city must
tained, but not by degradingc
tions. These factors snaket
ing up of a zoning ordinanc
able to the entire, populace,
ignrated to meet the need for'
work was undertaken ,a tasE
ing special. aoility and expE
The timne element is alsoa
tant one in the formulating{
in-- ordlinance when conditi4
in;; in this locality are; ta
consideration. Ann Arbor
throughout the country not o,
home of a great university,b1
beauty of its surroundings ai
tractive. residences. But at px
city is unprotected against
ages by outsiders as occur
fall when a Detroit contract(
ened to build a 'thirty-six$
building on a line with the
at Washtenaw avenue and H
If this plan were carried out
have constituted an anathem
the residents of this comma
were powerless to take any
action against the promwoter.
To entrust such an import
of local legislation as zor'

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board of inexperienced <mer
a distorted sense of value
part of the city and a pros
economy which in the e,
prove to he altogether too
effective toning ordinance
as quickly as possible, and tl
oft the community naight d
bring pressure to bear on
Council to see that an exP
cured to help terminate
which the committee in cl
so praiseworthily begun.

and sat-B O BO SO1
!cpin ATD OL 1 EDITORIAL COMMENTj OK -BOS-BO
yore than, AN AGEI OF M'ENSATIONALISI' M
becsure, (Purdue Exponent)Q
le othoers Ju Lae !I le The charge is often md htmd
Just part V ?ile nightKilwas ern peoples are a race of sensation-
ss is anThnit of this 4aleva a gloifous; alists, and not without a basis of fact
~t A zone boon is the charge made. Everywhere we
~siencsFor lovers to love 'neath at round yel- I fund the craving for the unusual, te
shm~nts, low moon. extraordinary, the sensational, an
o on.I The air it was balmy, not c:od and not nothing else will satisfy. In the news- 10
restr warms. paper, on the stage, in education and
restri Heavent were starlit with no sign ot in industry the sensational is featuredA
s brader a strm.to the extent that the ordinary is
pit broader asom passed by unnoticed.
ityin heBut, friends, kept on passing; some It is true that this is an age of rog- C'
consider'-C f
eret fi stopped to chat. ress and the people that do not all
I could have hit some o' 'youfelw in line with the ever advancing civil- Q
ies speu- I if I had a good bat. ization are left hopelessly behind, but I
sty anot Ir But time passes fast and 'you have does such progress mean that it mustI
yofer; none to waste. be accomplished with some thrilling,
ote be - I I'll finish this dumb story with my hair-raising feat in order to .get iti :I'
the draw- arm 'round her waist before the people? Thousands of peo- IC2
-e ccet-pie will turn out to witness the tn-:4
eacetOn the steps of the "Sor" house usual and sensational but let a good,0
'yet de''- I told her of my love honvest-to-.-oodniess lecturer appear 9
whic theShe sighed and she cried like a young with a real message and his hearers
k requir- turtle dove. are few. Just a few days ago a noted
werience. She told me that she also loved me steeple-jack fell to his death in New'I
an impor- i wl
I wllYork while attempting to do the hu- )
of a zon- "But how canl you furnish a home, mal fly stunt. Thousands were res-;
ans exist- 3 Sid?" ent to witness the daring feat and 1
kpn into "Don't worry just leave me aLONE saw hip: plunge to his fate, but only0
is known KID?" a scant dozen attended his funeral ya h
inya h said, as into my r. she fell. ; Very natural that few should care
but for the POISON IVY.f about the last rites of a man that was'
Lnd ts a * *0 ifoolhardy enough to risk life and limb)
resent the9r!
suhray- (CONF'DE1:NTIAI2Y, SPEARINCG in the simple occupation of scaling
rred last The height of insolence is wbei a sky-scrapers. Yet it was the desire
or threat- guy asks to --bum. a cigarette, an' of the populace to see just such things
apartment then says as how 'e dlon't( that led him to attempt such hazard- 1 0
sidewalk smoke that brand! ous tasks and to that extent are we!
hill street; IJKr. all guilty.
it oud **I Variey may be the spice of life,I
rt it woul but sensationalism is certainly not }
na against 1 Remilniscent ofDa" lit he_ foundation upon which iiliza-
unity ho 1 ;tion must rest. The sooner we can A
- _ esii get away from the sensationalists and0
/ -u pce the radicals in every line of human
tautpiec I ndeavor the better it will be It is
z indcate, i a fine thing to inaugurate something
es7nthnle,to put across something original .C,)
9s onher I - and different, but it should have more
nesmigfori' of a definite purpose than just to at-'0
admgtHow dear to my heart is the old vil-i tract attention and to occupy the ;
iostneeded lage drug store,j limelight for the instant like moths in
iisededWhen tired and thirsty it cornes to a, candle flame.Iin
the The wide-spreading sign that asks ALWO N
! you to try it. (Daily li)
er s~- View, Vaseline, Vermifuge, Hop Even in this enlightened ag, wm
he woriBtu, oo en are the butt of public ridicule, cen-,0
harge utystvhad h cssl
The ld ust stve ad te cspisure and all matters of condemna-
d cor by it., tion. And in the role of the mujch-
The little back room; Oh. you've( def'amed, woman finds herself exalt-
AZINES. t
owing de- beItee oref ed. It is her fancy to be rivolous,
Adoftimes have gone for the do-exrvgnnlpdnt 1( me,
-operation eAndvator'sndeprescriptionet,'
of. anum-rgp
un have as( But tackled the bottles that stood lacking in ideals, contemtuous of hen
tar s p esc ipt onform er "better" m an, vain, ai tifi cil 0
t of inter= ntesef and all the other adjectives applying=
ic's pouit- Tefinl l ote to the condemned type of modern
ial prob-Tepanlaee ote woman. She gloats in; being thus;
different Te"ARTNC oteta to condemned, for formerly she was nt f
:ant issues! Hwi te l, even noticed. And, besides, she knows,4
tions are ofav ssied iith ph is a good little girl after all. 0
the placej hands that were glowing, Some of the criticisms which are,
treat only ; And guzzled a while ere I set off for. hurled at the womenof .today are ri,0w
hoe elopments m; diculous in the .light of the facts. For
e only the ondtewoeerhalta instance, following the years of ef-
recognize! ngt u etmrig fort spent by °physial cuiltrstS to get;C'
the settle, !My' head felt as big as the Capitols young girls to live a more active, ot-
11 worli in dome. door life and abandon obolete ieas 0^
And then how I hurried away to re- It.
offeminine falyi ao fsni
f the na- heceive ist.wun.bmlloerhi iadeasof woanly ~igopr,:ve find 0
Thedarticlwessmleo'r ismay supposedly itellget people
arices pisnospef.prtetigat the entrance fedo oheisf young
reconiz And laugh as ho poured out his un- g;sit h
* licensed bitters C'
rye admir- 1A certain lecturer, in speaking be
ler in pub- And, filled up the bttle that stood on fore a recent Chicago meeting as.
dlirert ourthsel sertedl that athletics cheapen woman0
e of the The unlicensed bottle, kind in the eyes of man. A thing to0
ed unt to1 The plain-labeled bottle, e avoidedide! H doad
That "HAIR TONIC" bottle that stood;
e world; a x. women abandon rifle shooting :or C

laedone CUB AND 'TEARABL. . 'I with the eyes, woman's weapon since
all of its Adam and Eive". A worthy sport!
recent of Here's One The speaker evidenced the dlesir'e to0
,ganize is 'QUESTIfON: Will you please use -return to the sturdy oak and clinging 0
ly, which' the word tirrific in a sentence? vine type of relations between mnen '0
il onl For- ANSWEtR: He'd {z.iMs'ed hier if lie anfl women. Which would lead only
es to puib- could. B~dh-zzxY to the conclusion that the man is eith- 3
authorities. er hopelessly depraved or a great ; )
and will 'rc4Iday's Nolisense Novel humorist.
much in The Infant Chiampion-Archibald 0"y
Standing Of' Lauder. RULES IS RULES 10 .
hare leer- i * **(Daily Ilkni)I

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Assistanits
r M. IHayden Win, IT. Good NEW POLITICAL NAGA
ne T Dunne Clyde L. Hagermian Conietwhtegr
C. HTaskin Henry FreudConietwt th r
Putnamr Clayton Purdy nand for international co
*Artnantroi~t I.' B. Sanzenbacher'
am 11. Reid. Jr. Clifford Mitts - has come the organization
ld L. Haie Thomas ]c};achren her, of new magazines whie
n. J A--Ie Touis iM. Dext r
tS. M*orton C. Well. Christie their purpose the treatmlent
pr- 17JI .oReidk national aspects of An1
ical, economic and financ
lems'. Presenting many.
*views on the most import,
SC ND20' MARCH 25, 1.923 of the day, these publical
,7 making a strong bid for
t 7rcto--1 J-bIANELMSL.IS MACKnow held by organs which
(? 'iOP IIICR -S - IEM I he narrow and biased dev
L~ SOP E(JLES l)I~l~ Iof the situation, which see
utonoilie. accidents of a serious isolated facts and fail to
.e have een occurring in Ann; the broader effects, whichI
or and environs with such frne- ment of our problems weil'
ncy of late- that the city, under the :other lands.'

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ection of the local automobile
b. i taking- mteans to alleviate the1
ation somewhlat throug;h the in-
;oration of a safety canmpaign. The:
tin viewv is to secure-the co-opera-'
a of Ann Arbor nmotorists in ob-
Ling the carelessness 4andi ignor-
e of the law on the part of some.
vers to which most of the' acci)-;

While not. losing' sighto
tionalistic views in, their
these new magazines also
the iter;ational effects o1
eign policies and should ser
ably in forming a new ordf
lie opinon which wouldd
interestC, from the welfare
Upaited States as an isolate

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utoniobile accidents world which though moti
kirbor \whichi result- many divergent principles,
try to several per-,
.~ig o te crs n-solitary purpose underlying
kiene coof as in-heterogeneity, The .most
Elee ollsinswere these publications to or
the part of one of , ForeignAfis;amnh
li ccien toabde is sponsored bey the Counc.
izr rule. That drer-egn. Relations. . It propose
ignorant of or re - lish articles =lby variouss
e such a primary on international" relations,
a source of danger undoubtedly accomplish
and co~sequently making for a better unders
"istsshoud suportthe critical situations whicl
)rts it is making to sistent in all parts of theE
iving and in bring- Not only do men~ of limp
depr. , sitions in this country get
depuuty has been ityt dac hi
e by the city in or- thrui te oladvne thei
pe of needless acci- btfrougnthecoluns ofs,
iiiiie. u ti sian, French, and Britisl
trght~ unless the co- have already put their vie
individual motorist the American public througg
I'y one who drives aisuso"Frgn Aai

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ing t acoint viol,
Eah vilable
1lraftd ntoservic(
der ht the numb
dents might IyeM
Will amount to nal
operation of each
is secured. If ever
car will mak~e it a
rules of the- road
Ann Arbor is not 1
again as it was la
of numerous accid(
reckless driving.

globe.'
'ortant po-
amn oppor-
S"Theories
ell. Rus-
h writers
ews before
li thre two
s" which

P'erch-ance This Morin*ng'
A-walking dlown Division St. upon a
spring-like moitning
I met a pretty co-ed without a word
of warning
And did she coyly veil her eyes j
To hfide hler maidenly surprise?
NOT SO! NOT SO!
She boldly wank her lamp at me, my
resolution storming.

tpoint to learn the
and abide by them,
ikely to be startledI
st week by reports
rents resulting from!

Although the zoning ordinance
Bich 3s being formulated by a spe-
al committee working for the City f
mrni was to have been ready fore
pular approval by the first of JTan-
4r- it is as yet unfinished and in
e hands of the body wih which 3
-originated. Notwithstanding the
Ct that zoning is an exceed ingly

have appeared to date, to say nothing --
of the many articles written by f'or- A-Wailking up Division St. one' dewy
ef-gn critics which have been publish- twilight eve,
ed in other rnagazines of this nature, I met another co-ed fair, unless my
in recent month . The editors of this! eyes, deceive
latest publication. are undertaking Did she accelorate hem pace
their enterprise on a non-profit mask- And pass me with averted face?.
ing basis, and their interest in~ the NOT SO!
promotion of a greater unity ,amnong Romance sneaked up behind me arid
nations deserves high comimendationi. she even brushed my sleeve.
It is only through such highly au-
thoritative and unbiased organs that * Theme's ihat about Division St. if you
the American public will ever be able recan get my meaning
to understand its true obligation to' That, sets one's heart to beating and
the United States and to the rest of one's* pulses to careening-
the world. AndJ do I choose another street
-- _______Where co-edls fair are more discreet?1
l ni*r th£3f.the .an inrp ,.Promn As, NOT SO!

Out in Iowa there is a great, ath-
lete who, it is reported, is. not going I
to graduate with heis celass this spring. '
He has been at school four' years, won
nine major letter-s for his prowess on 0
the athletic field, and has been a =__+
pretty fair student all the time. ButI
hie lacks' a half hour. of required,
work in physical exercise and will notI
get his degree.
There. is something laughable about!
such an incident,, at least_ for every-!
bcody except the unfortunate student
and his immediate friends. We have0
all the respect An the world for eg-
ulations, restrictions and require-
ments but theme is such a thing as
carrying the letteir of the law s o far
that it becomes farcical and immedi-
ately begins to deteriorate in power0
a d effectiveness.0
A course in physical educaion is ob-'G
viously placed on the rewired list be-!
c .-,se all of us need exercise to car-
ry on our school work properly and '
to keep in good health. Looking at; it
from a technical standpoint the school I
in olueesti on has minade i tself seeni ab-

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