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October 28, 1922 - Image 10

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intil thej
t it was

Al that thils class
omres,, juniors
common respect
decent attitude,
lout -time to ask
developing cul-
ir "lowbrow s".

of Joe's and the Orient
their names deep in
.e tables of those con-}
places. Among the
emory-stirring posses-
tables, fastened to the
Union Tap room where
ee the names they care-
The Union has made!
reserve this tradition,
all seniors carve their
oak taibles of the Tap
new plan is being in-'
pecial table wsill be set
;arvings of the class of
ble will also be carvedj
)otball games and other
formnation %of the yeah j
cement the, table willI
the ceiling alongside
.d a new one installed

THE TEAM is with us to
decks are stripped to fight
and the battleship gray of th
football is sullen in the
Their teeth are filed to a poi
shins whittled to a. cuttingE
a three days' growth bristlE
four winds. War is in the
crisp auty
i mospher~e cr
j afternoon's
I L Couples ar(
street. The
and the spc
'j is rampant
kaleidos cop
al,. melodious,. laughter of th,
girl ripples on the campus.
in parenit is herded
through the Libs. The
Fork is rolling in the nic
quarters of the alumni and
grimmer note is sounded. Zu
his men are here. Lowerin
faced fellows. At' the left
a cut of Illinois' famous
j[mudguard (name withheld
quest of the state board o.
ship, 'may their souls rest
though we douibt it.)

"What's Left for, Right" Sh~

r in carry-
rll be side

cattered over,
t parts of the'
one that pro-'
3,-otso much
thle membiers'

Now I ask you:"'
Quoting from one
Of ~the twelve volun
what I lov'e About My
"'m a sophomore
I ain't nothi~n' else
I'm a knockout'-_
But rememnber this,
The gxi Jat good of
HKai made me
Why no6t try
The other door'?

(New York Ties).
4Kemal Pasha in a message to the
day. .The 4 Near East Relief, which has done
ing trim such a great humanitarian work in
e men 0' Asia Minor and adjoining regions for
sunlight, several years, assures it that the gov-
int; their ement of the Great National Council
edge, and of Turkey will give facilitie and" pro-
es' to the tection for carrying on its. work. his,
air. The attitude is, says Kemal, to be sifown
umn, at- toward "every individual and organi- I
rackles in zation. which knows the right;" and,
iof this his government is poclaied note in
'ev nt. the august Oriental tites usd in theE
e all too Arabian Nights, but in simple West-
n state ern phrase, the "protector of -truth
efur coat and Justice."
)rt clothe This should mean that the indiv~idual
in all its or institution would be guaranteed
"c glory, freedom of worship and that civil lib,
lin, wth-erties would be guaranteed to all
ue modern alike. It shiould mean the 'potecton
The ot-of religious minorities, as well as Of
passivrely the "faithful" But this would be a
Crumpled higher mening than the- Turk° has
kels and generally given tothe obligationscif
tIllini. A his honor in the past. Our an estors,
appke and not so far back in history, were as in-,
~g, ock-tolerant, in method if not fin degree,
is shown of minorities as thne Turks have ben.
fighting But we have got well beyond suchx
by re- forms of intlrne If there is to
f cesor-be a permanents settlement f te Near
in peace East problem, the Turk must be
taught that the- only sort oifintoler-
ancewhc the Western peoples still
lICII and righteously retain is of that sort
re Quteries of intolerance which some .of our an-j
cestors game to this country to es-
cape and which the refugees on the,
Aegean are now fleeing.
tes 'America sol r h first tohep1
yself, instruct the Turks in the way4 'of
tolerane. A splendid exapl has
been set by the American inttuton
in 'Turkey where, as P'resident Gates
i f Robert college says in a cable (its-
it oasted ipatch from Constantinople,.,"interna- .
tional friendliness and' coopertin
constitute one o the fbw remaining
~hopes for' a successful' recopstkruc-
tion." He would not have been leftl
this hope if the Turks had been al-
RIGHT. lowed to enter Constantinope and
JThrace in the flush o victory. One
$ ~does not have to go to Lloyd George's
speech to find, confiration of this
'view. It appears in the letter pu-
a Iram lished. in the London Times of Oct.
ther 7, by Bnar Law, for whose decisions
the Near East now paues. "Such an
advance of the Turkish forces," he
said, "would probably have meant
a repetition in Constantinople of. the
iesser recent events in Smyna." It was.
"undoubtedly right," he added, "that
the British govenmnt shold hae
LE"fT. endeavored to revent -these mrisfhr-
tunes," but the prevention of war and
i the Si massacre, he 'insisted, was not espe-
Ldson seal' cially a British interest, it was the in-
terest of humanity, and the freedom
Maroon., of the Straits is not especially~a
nd answer',Brtish interest, it is the interest of
1the world.{
'This other ,protetor of truth and
hat ARE justice adds: "We cannot~ alone act
!M we was as policemen. of° the world." If others~
ntrance of are not prepared. to 'help, "we shall
one of our not be able to bear the burden alone."
but when' There will then be no "alternative ex-
reings of cept to imitate the government of he
Alphonse. United States, and to restrict our at-
tention tol the safeguarding of the{
RED. more immediate interests of the em-
cat,, Red, ire." If that were to ble done, it
ist starved iwould not ep sble to maintain our

Dance. After Illinois game at Ma-. ,
sonic Temple, Ypsi. Bergins First
Ann Arbor, and Jacksonl
(Eastern Standard Tlime)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-
6:oo a.m., 7:00 a.m., 8:0o a.m., 9:05
a.m. and houirly to 9:05 p.m.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops
Swest of Ann Arbor)-9:47 a.m., and 1
ievery two hours to 9 :47 p.m.
Local Cars East Sound-7 :oo a.mi.
and every two hours to q :oo p. mn.,
1 i :00 p.m. To Ypsilanti ony-r 1 :40
P.m., 1:15 a~m.
To Saline-Change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-7 :50am.,
12:10 p.m.
To Jackson and Kalamazoo-Linm-
ited cars 8:47, 10o:47 a. m., 12:47, 2 :47+
4:47 p.m.
To Jackson and Lansing-Limited at
8:.47 p.m.
1922 OCTOBER 1922
S 31 TWI 2T F S
1 2' 3 4 5 6' 7
8 9 10 11 12 I13 14
22 ~3 24 25 26 27 28
29 30 31.
Start Right' With a Goodl Hat!
We do all kinds of HIGH
CLASS Cleaning and Reblockiug<:~
of hats at' low prices ,for G0OD
We also make and s'ell POP-
YOUR HEAD and save you a
dollar 'or more on a hat.
j 617 Packard Street Phone 1792
(Where D.UJ.R. Stops'
at State Street)
Schedule in EEect Octob~er 18, 1922
D Central Tim~e (Slow Time)
P.Mi . A.N, P. M. P. M.,
2:55 6:55 Lv. Morenci .Ar. 1 :35 9:35
3 :45 7 :45 .."." Adrian .... ,12:45 .8:45s
4:30 8:30 ...Clinton ... 2:00 S:oo
I5:45 9:45' Ar Ann Arborl v. 10:45 6 :45
(Court House Square) A. M.
D-DalyX-Daily excep~t Siudays
and Holidays. Friday and Saturday special
bus for students leaves Adrian 1 :45, leaves
Ann Arbo: 4:5
JAMES H.ILIOTV, Proprietor
Phone' 926ie1AdiaMih



"- A4T

Gym Suits

I ,

We have e~v

SPORT 31*0
711 N. University Ave.
SLooking for 'a





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)f a fellow
ve severe'
nt's skull
a head-on

n-weight title
on" Volkmer
fought well.

e. The loser,- 'Phe-
, despite.. his forty
;c Herr Brelten-
's heavy - weight
Belgian champion

Free the Left Wing
That she knows whc
'Because I star~ed at
In the libray
She is either
An awfully good gu
Or not. so' awfully


d the
1on p



An' n',Arbor

cor= Too Bad Tbi~ Hd to Kill
,orn, coat. Good condition-"
lat- - Daily;
s of !He could sit up and beg ar
The the telephoner
'rth *m *,.

I '

Sn ,, 4

.only to
ia huge
Joint pica-
t'he Bel-
is' fight-
,dded onie

fDERE CAL: Migosh! VW
we coming to? Only this Ar
muchly astounded by the eh
a CAT, feline species, intoo
classes, Dogs is bad enuff,
we are' cussed with the mn
some co-ed's tabby-nix
This was the West Hall
and the poor thing is alnoF




eetjng on the in-'
ig he is fanned to
is is a very unigen-
the Germans to get
.glans for the little
id them in the latd
be sportsmen., and
re not soothed, vet.

Fou~nder's Day
Octaber 28 to Novenr

owin' to the facLt tat rodents leave institutions in.'"Turkey, and Kemal
a sinking ship. would, not be able to practice ,there
** * the tolerance which ' he professes.


What was the, vacuum cleaner for?
To sweep the powder off the floor?
To save the~ fair and fleeting feet
From pointed thumb-tacks- indis-
Or was its purpose to restore
The lustre to the Sp~anish, Suite?}

(Philadelphia Public Ledger)
MPe old football oligarchy of the'
East~ that ruiled 'well nigh supreme
some twenty years back has been
crumbling for a long time, and' still
is crumbling. Here are these "Hawk-
,eyes" from Iowa City coming. into the


act of leather and~ hide~ with suchI
,t-rending noises as the clinking
steins, and~ the calling of' "hoch".
*onder the Belgians are un-

rand Mr. Stu-
his is for~ you.
.oe today, If
will have as
'ever was seen,j

jam' as
e in it.

lStates has signified its
statnding firm in the
Is. it ts evident that
s. soon, to put in her
Y rance and England for1
d war'.
lose who saw:~ the show '
ht say that the dancers
as good as the Mimes
a compliment to- the.

TO D~ATE only 350 No Betting, Al-
lowed signs have been abstracted
from their rightful places by M-book
ridden frosh.
The Ivy tit the South Entri~ce of U
An ap~ple red, how fair a sight-
So ivy in the mellow light!
Beginning at the golden ground
Where wealth of. autumn leaves
1 abound
It. reaches high in crimson dance
And stretches in a broad expanse.
To E. E. aind a Last InitiAl We Don'
It's the Mlonday Daily for yours, my
j dear,
'The. Monday colyumn for yours-
You mustn't horn in on the Left-
Right amnours.
(Refrain) It's the Monday Daily ,for
Yesterday some contrib' remarked!
that the Women's League ought to!
be sicked on the unfinished Union

classic football shades of New Haven
and standing the "Bull-drag~ on his
head. Tiitere have been others of
these- challengers from the outlands,,
and year by year they seem to grow
a little stronger an~d more threaten-
ing. There was Centre and Chicago
and Nebraska last year. This fall
Kansas comes' East, and the 'Army'
sends the "Jayhawk" back, with. de-.
feat stenciled on his feaures. Then
Drake university, out in Iowa, rises
up Saturday and takes the edge off the
Army victory by thrashing the "Jay-.
hiawk" again. Of a certainty the foot-;
ball' capital of these United States is
a wandering one. It is no longer nail-
ed down' east of the Alleghenies, as It
used' to be in the comfortable olden
time, when a half dozen big Eastern
teams held the spotlight year after
year an~d ruled the Gridiron Empire
unchallenged. However, it still is the
ambition of every good team in. the
country to beat Yale or' Harvard or
Princeton and the others of the great
teams whose shadow once fell so far
across the autumn fields. Therefore,x
"I-o-way" is happy. It is somue-'
thing, after all, to have come out of

Foun de's Day Sale is being held for the p
6of celebrating the founding of the store 11
During sixty-five years Mack & Co. ha's
and developed into 44 large departmen
which is capable of gii:g the public exp
0 Each year the store plans for such a sale ---
department selects the very best of- merch
and offers it at unusually low prices. Th
a number of special purchases make it p
to give even better values than usual.
The sale begins todayjand continues' unt
Saturday night. The st~ore is open dBail:
8:30 to 5:30 o'clock and~ on Saturday fro
A. MA until 9 00 o'clock P. M.


cheerleaders whose
quad were really
they still hoare

names arF
from last1

ish parliament has dissolv-
We wonder Just what' itI

reading room.; Iowa City' and rubbed'
*** dog's" nose in the dust
{All in a manner of fun," of course.* field.

the " Bull-
of his own

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