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THE IV

C IIGAN , L

RTON OPPOSES
OEW6ff UNSKILLED LABOR-

Japan's Dancing
Princess Arrives
' To Study s'isters'

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DR.~ GARFIELD) SCORED FOR PRO-
POSAL TO REDUCE
IVORSE 'S PAY
WILLIAMS HEAD WOULD
DISREGARD FAM IL IE S
Presideeht Urges All Educations]
Opportunities for Laboring
Classes

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wo banjos, two violins, and traps, and Kj'amp'us'Jiaracters
vas really nothing but an excellent
lance orchestra. This aggregation iartooield Kieverly
vas received with much favor by the'
udience.I;
This year's group" of "Midnight (Continued from Palle Onie)
oans" quartette rendered several sel- Perhaps the most noVel, and most
,tion s which appeared too seriouxs for appreciated, section of the iiagazinc'
he taste of -the audience, which seem- is~ the one containing tfr'e "Mirrors of
A to enjoy light music whenever it State Street" by Zee O'Jayh, no num-
ippared.QinetePpua erals. Herein we find many to whom
Qu~nttte Ppularwe ilave previously 1'61?O ' *ith great
The Varsity banjo quintette met reverence brought under the burning
with* all the' favor, NWhich character- sun-glass of ridicule. Arnd just as if
ied its every appearance last year, that' were nbt ludicrous' enough, our
%though its personnel has undergone own Alma Mater is "referred to as the
1 adical change. Besides "°Sanmson "great institution made famnous by
and Delilah", ".rose of Bombay", and Willie Heston' and the mill' tax." Not
"Hot Stuff" the quintette played num- only 'pet'son s, then, but anything sac-
Brous' pleasing encoires. red is taken for its rub. And why.
not? Gargoyle has a differ entitunc-
Wisconsin Captain is Sculptured tion than its sister publica'tlons.
Grecian custom of making a bust of Caricature is at its best in the twoC
atlillecheroes won praise for a Wis-I page spread in the center of this
consin stude6nt who depicted the' month's Garg. "The boys are sitting I
spirit of "'Homecoming" week with a down on. the job," says Kipke.' Not 1
statue of Rolland F.. Williams, cap- all of there, we contradict. Kirk points
tam of Wisconsin's football team. I the way~, anid Van is conming up. The
cartoonist who drew this eithe~r did or
Big Yellow M~ums .for the Wisconsinl did not know football, and as he is
game. Get yours fromj George . isch- going to college, we infer' that hie did
off, florist, 220 Chain' St. CA-11 809-F°. and that hie made a good rues's of it.
-;Advy. Then there is~ the All-Anierican Fac-

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ulty team. One has to know these Dismiss, Indiciuients Against Blergerl Yot
men, know their faces,' know their Madison, WiS., Nov. 16-Indictments resu]t
characteristics, to fully enjoy this rtre n11 eoete Uie "Dail;
page. A. few years ago students were ISae ititcuto h etr
urged to know their campus. Gar-Sae ititcor fte«etu
goyIl' has evidently furthered the cam-I Wisconsin district against Victor' L.
palgn; Dc'Beger, congressman-elect from the i
Some twill likre the issue, some may fifth Wisconsin district, for violation
take hearty exceptions to it. We wxag- of the espionage laws, will be clis-
er some will be disappointed at not missed, United States District Attor-
f1inding their names in it-it goes thata ney William H. Dougherty announced
way many times.j today.I
Glargoyle's issue is somewhat an Ilse said that recent dismissal of in-I
experiment. It certainly was off= the dictmnents of. the United °States dis-
beaten path. Perhaps that's why it'tric t 'orts in the eastern district of
was A success. Wisconsin 'meant the dismissal in the
-western district would follow.1
Former Editor of Seribuer Dles ..-
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INew York; rNov. 16~.-EdQward Liv-
ermnore Burlingame, editor of Scrib-
nemr's 'Magazine, from 1886 to 1914,"l
died at his home here yesterday, it

Opposite Cadillac Hotel Main 7790'

(By Associated, Press) .
Washington, Nov. 1.-Delegates to II
the Association of State Universities s
now in session here are practically Y" s.
unuanimous ini their disapproval of the tteen ad.WdnsaybyPrs
ident Harry A. Gar'field of Williams 1
college to the~ effect that "unskilled I. .,.
workers should be paid a wage which c ~.
allows no margin for tgive support I~::~.
of awife or chid." ' ,.
PreidntM~in IBurton and. .
Regent Ben jamin S. Hanchett whox:p.JrJ
are rpeetn the. University of ..J.. ..}S.
Michigan here; declined to "enter in- ....~
to. an argument with the Williaimus' ...
educator, but both objected strenu- '#~<
otisly to his assetion'i that "neither
society 'nor the unskilled worker hind -.p~
self needs the worker's babies." :
"~To me such an idea as this is r
practically unthinkable," declared v
President Burton. "The unskilled
worker- or the skilled worker either, 40,tjo.~Otaiiii snapped on he rrial
is to me, first of all, a human being. ij San Franisco~
He should have a wage which allow s ;
liberally for the advancement of hi.- arMoto-Ko-Otani, dancing princess of,
self and his family. His childenTapan, has come to the United States ,
shoutld have an" opportunity for. all! to spend twof years in United States
thre education for which their capacity 3 chools learning the ways of Amer-,
fits them." ican "flappers" and acquiring the air
Ideas Erroneous of~ freedom her Americatn sisters have.
It is Presidenut Burton's convictioi She is' thoroughly modern now, even,
that such ideas as this one concerns o her bobibed hair and short skirts. I~
ing the status of the unskilled work '-

was announced today. II raid Kester's Romnic Comedy,
He fas connected with the New eWHEN KNIGHTHOOD
York Tribune b Wore Joining tale! WAS IN FLOWER
Scribner forces. I _________________
EM'u~ic ove s will find Ted Lews' GARRICK Nights L15'4 o $.
Saut. Mat. 56C to $2.00
new records "Homesick" and "To- The selwYsi Presen+
miorrow" at Allniindingers Music Jobe Drew--:Mrs.Leslie CArter
Shop.-Adv.i in W, Somersei Mtitgharn's Comedy
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Mkhian Dfl~ nd I With Ernest Lfwford. Giata Mon-'
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tellectulal radicalism and' opposition 'a medium sized *audience last night illn
to established institutions. iladtrti h ast lecu
,president' Burton regards it' as par-HilaitivmthVrsyGeecu
titula~rly deplorable that such an opin-, scored a distinct succebo", starting'
ion as Dr. Garfield's should be regard- ; with the time-honored strains of
ed as' reflecting contemporary senmi- "Landes atque Carmina", and finish-
nr~nt among educators in regard U. ing with the exultant words of "I
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ways been considered' fairly liberal in; tion, in which each man played half.
its ideas. the other's instrument.
- ~Another good number' was the Ip.
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ElIyria; 0., Nov. 16.-William Graves a, half dozen saxophones, two pianos,

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