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TUESDAY,

FOUR

THE MICHIGAN DALY

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wihphilosophy. and science as it is ' - v ~rfffftuh ntecasom eua
.._.__._.__._._- --- - monthly social programs are arrang- t u RO L
OFFICIAL INE1SPAIPEli OF 'rite ed. The student is encouaged to think
UNIVEIISITY OF MIHIGAN of the church as a place for inspira-
Published every morning except' Monday tion, and diversion, as well as wor-, OTE5
during the tUniversity year by we cb,,nia ,,, Ship.BIG
Conro o Sud~t ubcaios.Churches in larger communities WE, INVITE the attention of our'
Member, of Western Corerence Kiditorial might do well to study the policy of
Association. Ann Arbor churches in getting the in-miloanahlfrdesttenw
A p e-terest and support of young people! and liada passionatelyfrdest utilitarianth bridge

EDITORIAL COMMENT

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LAST EDITION OF

'1 tie txso.~.~clatn tre's i exju v' l !c
titled to thle, uae for republication of. all
pews dispatches credited to it or not ottier-
wise credited in this paper and the local
news published therein.
h n-ere! at the postotfice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan, a.s second class matter.
Subscription by 'carrier or mail, $3 90.
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Builliiig, May-
nard Street.
Phones : Editorial, 2414, and 17&6Al; Busi-
ness. 060.

To get 100 ner cent church attendance across the chasm at the SW corner of
among any representative group of the Lawr B3'dg. No more will it be
people is practically an impossibility, a case of "Comin' Through the Rye"
but the attendance. can be greatly in-'we n et admsitee
creased when those appealed to areon meta.d oslhr.
made to feel that going to church is***
not only a duty but an opportunity. WE WERE just about to petition
-- Ithe Rege:2ts on our own account to

A N1I'W MOVEME'NT

Coinmu itication5 not to exceed 3foo wortis
if signed, the signature not necessarily to Plans for nationalizing American
appear in print, but as ani evidence of faith,
and diotices of events will he pubished in (rama With the end In view of mak-
The Daily at the discretion of the Editor, if
Tft at or mailed to The Daily office. Un- ing it more artistic have been an-
signed cornsunicatioyns will r cceive no -on- ,n cdb h rdcn aaes
sideration. No manuscript will he returned n~cdb h rdcn aaes
unless the writer encloses postage. The Daily association, the official, head and ar-
dot% not ne,_essariiy endorse the sentiments biter of commercial amusements In
expressed in the conmmunications.
_____________________________the United States. The purpose of the
EI'OIAL STAFF j new movement is to fuse together the
.._.__ .. ... -A I..A TS artistic skill and business acumen

ylANAGYNLI EDITOR

c. the comem!rcial managers, the as-
pirations of the players to do better

make an addtion to the build ng ap-
propriationl for a. bridge across Ourj
Own Culebra Cut at the entrance of
U Hall, and at the walk by South
Wing. We had figured that if a genu-
ine BRIDGE were too expensive then
we could fill the excavation with wa-
ter and ferry across - or build a pon-
toon bridge with canoes - or erect
a breeches buoy from State street to
the windows of the President's office.
THESE ROLLS is the proud pos-
sessor of a portrait .(somewhat exag-
gerated) done with malice aforethought
by that, verdammnte James House of
the Barg. It will be on exhibition at
our. bulletin board from now until it
gets too sooty to be seen. Present
an authentic excuse, from the Health
service for admittance.
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U AikLJN H. STAHL and :finer things, and the ideals and
principles of the various dramatics
News editor........... .. ...Paul Wvatzel clubs throughout the United States.
tty ed.itor...... ....ames i6. Z\ungl
Assistant City I dito~. ............Marion Kerr Just how these various elementst
Editorial Board Chairmain......t;. R. Maiss1 are to be linked together is not ex-c
Night 1I(IitorS-
Ralp'h L-yers Flai~y IUoey aetly clear. No more elucidative ex-
}.' E. Dawson, {,Ix J. I.. Mack : planation of the process involved is
L. I. llfcrslidlorif-r R. C. Moriarty -c
H. A. Donahue, given by the association than that thes
Sports lEditor....... ....... F. H. McPikac dramatic clubs are to be encouraged to
Sunday Magazine Editor....... Delbert Clark
Wonic.'s Edito:..... .....lariun ficocl i organize themselves on a se'f sustain-
!{umor F{,itor ................ Donald Cona3 I
Conference Editor ......... . i(;i-Ody ingbss2ndaet1egie urn
,gbssadaetbegvnuretPictorial R64utr ................ Rohe:i t arr plays to act in competition with each
Tvisi' di.:r ............%.ti Mle Io'her. Amateur stage managers are
Assistants
thclna Andre+s John Garlineghouse to receve aid from Experienced pro-
J. A. Balon %va ter $ o ,is,iecri ducers. This may not be very en-
\larc h Berts n Fr ankin1) lep 'i ghtening as to how the drama is to
P. :\. 1Pilligton Winona A. Hibbaird become nationalized., but the plan is
i1',B.. Sutic. Edw ard J. Iliggins
lx. C'. Cald: Lowell Berl Only in i's experimental stage, and
\. Vt.- Connabl.- 5'Oc l o c parhlaps should be considered merely
lBcliiadette Cote 11t.. Ii. 'rvo:
Ev elyn I. Coughliu XV. B. Rlf, ~rtv as a suggestion of what is to come.
Walae'. Elliott Robe; : l Ramsey For the past few years a sword of
Joseph Epstein . . Kuwitch
Ma xwell Fead XW. TI. Stonrentianz Damocles has been dangling over the
I Babe! 7Fisher F i ederic (I."1fehno.; #
.l;~.tFisk. 1'. M. Wagner, professional stage in the form of rev-
1. '. elin olutionary movericnt which has Mani-'
BUSINESS STAFF i fester] itself in the art theater. This
Telephone 9611 movement originated. as a. protest
aga.nst the tyranny displayed by NewI
BUSI1 ESS MANAGER York producers in regulating ;the
ALBERT 3. PARKER theatrical productions for the entire
Advertising.........John J. Hlamel, Jr. nation. Thle art theater is a coinmu-
Advertising ...........ldward Vi. Conlin nity enterprise. It is opposed to pro-
Advertising.... ...alter K. Scheirer
Accounts.........Laurenlce EII.F a; rot fessionalism, and dedicated to the
Circtiaation.........Iavid J. M. Park! principle of art for. art's sake. The
Piiblication......... .....Beaumont Parks.
Assisantsfort of the art theater is in our
Townsend H. Wolfe Alfic:d M. White malttelr cities, which it has rescued
Kenneth Seieck Win.,I). Roesler from the. evils rof barnstorming coin-
George Rackwood Allan S. Morton
Perry M. Hadn Jae .Dre aies alloted to 'thlem by New York.
Eugene L. Dunne Win. H. Good, The movement heas never gained much
Win. Graulich, Jr. Clyde L. Hagermnan
John C. 'Baskin A. Hiartwell, Jr. headway in our larger :cities.
HavyT' ed .Bueta . L. Putnam HIoward Ilayden Now the prYof ssional, theater Is:
1~. D. Armantrout W.. X. Kidder about to (recognize the 'reca'cjtrants,
ti. W. Crooper 11letry Freud'
~tallace Flower Ilerbert 1' IBostwick and is apparently making plans to
Edw. B. Riedle L. Pierce reconcile them to the existing order.1
Harol T,. Til ~This is ostensibly for the best inter-
ests of both.. as the drama produced by
_________________ ___________either .:action does not at present!
TUESDY, DCEMBE 1, 9' measure 1r1) to the high standard thatj
TUE1)A, DCEMER , 122 is to be desired. The art theater
Night lEditcr--HIARRY C. CLARK seems to. be too scholastic to havet
-__- a. wide appeal, and its leaders are
FACU ,11 JOINS STUDENTS often too fanatical and inexperienced
Students are not standing alone in to make the best producers.
their desire to demonstrate to the it the new movement succeeds, the
outside world that,. the great majority high idea's and principles of the art
of responsible people at Michigan de-! theaer will undoubtedly be tempered
plore the property destruction and with the superior experience in )di-
other evidences of violent disorder of, resting, acting, and producing what
Sunday night a week ago The faculty' the professional stage has to offer.
also wants to join in the movement. This should meke for a national
The proposal to reimburse theator Amlerican idrama, subservient to art,
owners has assumed anl All-Univel'- ! but free from any tinge of fanaticism.
sity aspect. Prominent members of:
the faculty and the President of tide :IN"I'UIE u S'
Unliversity'have askedl to 1)e allowedI I Thye aeroplane is becoming more
to make contributions. Standing utilitarian every day. Anl effective
shoulder to 'shoulder with the stu- intumn n oer afae -i a
(tents, the faiculty mlembers show ev- also become subservient to industry,
i~ece f hei "eelngof he~ ontbeing used to carry mail, to transpor't
responsibility of the entire Universty ;the busy- matt frorm oney part of the
for the regreftable'detion of last Sun-I

HOW 01)0,YOU SPEN-I)YOUR 1IE"?
(The Dartmouth)
The favorite campus question of
"where does the time go?" will be an-
swered by the investigation which The'
Dartmouth will make, with the aid of
200 representative undergraduates, in
regard to how the College spends its
hours. It will be an interesting piece
of work, and valuable not only to the
C~ollege and the general public but al-
so to the 200 men who will. find out
just where they are distributing theirl
energies unwisely.
Time sheets for seven days with the
24 hours divided into 15-minute pe-
riods, together with instructions for
filling the sheet out, will he distribut-
ed tc these men chosen from the stu-
dent body. After the sheets have been
fil'ed out the results will be compiled
by the statistics class of the" Tuck
School and made to apply to the whole
College. The investigation is, of
course, confidential and the results
will be' compiled by use of check nums-
bear: and 'not of mnes.
The su-ccss of this v:nture, which
is new at Dartnmout h, depends entirely,
on those men chosen to keep track of
how their time is spent. With their
co-operaton andl a. little effort the,
College will soon have before it sta-'
tistics. that will be of unquestionable
interest and worth.
AI{1' ,A-31ERICA.NS 1APr17
(New York Times)
"There' is no( cure for birth and
death save to enjoy the interval," says
the pagan p~hilosopher, Mr. George
Sautayana.. A distinguished Indiana
noeis and philosopher, Mr. MeI redith
Nicholson, has se l-irnsel' to inquire if
.aic:iccns ire enjoying that interval.
"Are We a Happy People?" lie asks
in I arper's M,)gazine, andI his answer
ap..pears to be "No." There are multi-
farious plossible definitions of happ l-
ness. liHe identifies it with content-
ment. Are we a contented people?
Why not? He and everybody else talks
about the "general restlessness" and
"unrest"; but what affords more coil-,
tentm'ent than the expression of dis-
content? The makers of the Ocala
Platform, a document that drips with
"ca'amnity" and has been repeated and
adIded1 to by many collectors of "ca-'
lamnity" since, were happy in ex-
pressing their dissat'sfaction and
themselves. The "progressives" and
"radicals," in ('ongress and out of it:,
are happy to the toD of their bent for

that. tbe2 are; but the American peo-
ple would seem to many observers to
Le pretty well satisfied, and satisfied
with themselves. They haven't every-
thing, but they have a lot of things;
and no contentment would be perfect
which hadn't something more to wish
fc.. Dr. Johnson's solemn sage's re-
cipe for bliss--"Come, may lad, and
drink some beer - can't be legally
filled in the United States at present.
Is our "bliss" less therefor? Half the
people are happy because of prohibi-
tion. The other half ar'e no less hap-'
py in having a permanent theme of
conversation.

ICHA

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BO0TH ISTORES

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Our Assortment of Boxed
Ch is ma Sand Greeting Cards is* Better
than ever.
Christmas Engraving and Embossing Orders shotud be placed
at once. Bring your die or plate.
0. D. o RRIL
The Typewriter and Stationery Store
18 NICKELS ARCADE

If
fled

you lose your dog, a daily classi-
ad will find it for you.-.Adv.

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DETROIT UNITED LINE$
Ann Arbor aiid Jackson
TIME TABLE
t xasieruiiSt andar d'imo)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-
6 :oo awln., 7 :00 am., 5 :u.o d.in., 9):e 5
a.mn. and hourly to 9: so i.mi.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops
west of .Ann Arbor)1-9~:47 a.mn., and
ever-y two hotsrs to 9 :47 p.m.
Local Cars East Bound-y :oo a.mi.
andi every two houirs to 9 :0o p. mn.,
i :oo p.m. To Ypsilanti onzly-1t :4
p.m., 1:15 a.nu.
To Saline-Change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West & aind-; :Sv a.m.,
12:1l1, p.t1.
To Jackson and Kalamnazoo-[,imn-
ited cars 8:~47, 10:47 a rat., 12:47. -:47,
4:47 p.M.
To Jackson and Lansing- I.aonited at
8:47 P.01.

PAYLOVO'

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Ar ctcbyGood-w
rich. J-ust the
thing:f or this
w eather,
$500
-Others from $3.50 to $4.00

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D)E CEMBER

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Cdlegi-Ies to tlbe Opera go-
Itestiess, bu::YAing to and fre,
They come a wi'hle and 'wialchli tllt
j ~IIIl and Out.
Fe-in the stag it is .', Ir~at-
Between tie ac's his victims blealt
As 1h? cimnbcris cQer thleir feet-'
j ~III and Out.
Have you a fairy in your' home? We
have,.lie's the bird who flits around
from room to room, borrowing a Ittle'
of this from one room, a little of that
from the second room, and a little of
the other from the third room. This
fairy has few living expenses. Hle
borrows . shaving' cream, tooth piste)
and] soap. from the family medicine
chest, but we dJon't mnind a bit. Hes
so nice -and polite about it. When we
are fortunate enough to possess cigar-
ettes, the fairy does not let false pride
hold him back. I-air-brushes, combs
and towels are common property to
him, and we never refuse to lend him
a shirt when he has a date. Tell nie,
have you a fairy in your home?
EPHRAIM.
UNE'ONOM IC
SThis guy Smuck is a mystery,
H-e'll spend a barrel of time,
And use a ton of energy,
To make a measly dime.
LONG FELLOW
DEAR ('AL: The Ancient Wise
Man slowly erected himself on his
pedl, extremities, peered' through his
shaggy cyebr ows+ at. his expectant
audience. He cleared his throat. "Now
ladies and gentlemen, you have heard
it said ,that a bird in the hand is. worth
two in the foliage. Damn poppycock!
What is really more important is the
simple and obvious fact the one girl
in your arms is worth two that you
writ e Ic:ters at."'
TOASTED R AF.L
We Ha~ve! 01), We Ilav0!
HEY CAL! DID J' A EVER SIT INX
THE FILE ROOM OF TH OL'.
SHACK WAITING FOR A I+ET; MIN-'
UTES' CHAT W ITH- THE CUJCKOO
AND HAVE SOME BIMBO TAR{E UP
ALL HIS. TIME SPREADING THE
THICK ADOOZY OIL ABOU'_ HTER
SUBLIME LACK OF INTEREST IN
WRITING? IF YOU HAVEN'T
YOU'VE MISSED HALF YOUR LIFE'.
CORI'LLA
Funny game, football-ain't she'
Kip skirts an end and then Cappie
tears off some yards from 2 theA-
center.
PEETI DING

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GO 031OE WITH AN ICE HAT
W~e have just made up some
very Snappy Hats for the
Holiday Trade. Step in and
look them over.
W~e do all kinds of Cleaning
and Reblocking of hats at
low prices for HIGH- CLASS
'WORK. -- -
FACTORY "AT STORE
612 Packard Street Phone 1792
(Where 1).U.R. Stops
at State Street)

Wah'svSoe Store
D)OWNT'OWN

the same'
A. good

reason..
many of the Americn peo-

(lay night of some of our mremnbers."
Thie issue has, become sharply de-
fined. The 'deulorable affair' is con-
demned oni all sides by the vast ma-
jority of thinking students. The fee'-
lug seems to be general and emphatic
that no blot shall go down on Michi-
gan's name because of the acts of a!
few rowdies. Michigan is giong to'
square herself with othier universities
and with the people of the state.
To this end the faculty wishes to
help. It is not often that faculty memn-
bers 'so interest themselves. That
thecn dro so now is significant, show-

means of smuggling liquor from Mom-
countr'y to. another, and finally, as a
tre AI to Ioh1g Island. It is gettinig so
now that a boologger to make any
moncy has to take up" flying.
So lucrative is the business of cair-
rying liquor from Canada to the Unit-
ed States by air that responsible Wall
tstreet business :men are underwriting
the purchase of flying machines for
this purpose, and some of our best
knowmi flyers are entering the game.
One aviator is said to average almost
$:30,000 per month at this occupation.
Thle fact that aeron'anes do not have

ple kicked vigorously on election clay.
That was a relief and a. source of con-~
tentnient. Crumbling is an essential
safety-valve of democracy. The great
body of farmers, no matter what their
grievances against the railroads and
low prices, have means of contentment
and 'enjoynment that would have ap-
pear-ed impossible, miraculous, to their..
predecessors of a. generation ago, still
mom'e to the pioneers, the low, of
whose"find ardor" Mr. N.icholson de-
plores. Close students of the recordls
of p~ioneer life will not be impressed
by its opportunities for contentment.
Consider how the monotony and
drudgery of rural life have been
changed in the last few years. Even
Mr.. Nicho~lson finds happy folk at the
movies; and where are the movies not
to be found? Conside- tihe spread of
athieles, the reign of golf, the multi-
tudinous, innumerable contentment,,
that the motorccle and the a utomo-
bile afford. Ali. but all this is "mra-
tot :al'' contentment. Well, don't the
fma~jority of l'eon~le still finid moral con-
tentmnent., still stick to religion, in
sp)ite ' of tOe scorn of the1i'"intellec-
tuals!? . The people who believe are
happy. The people who disbelieve
are presumably I'appy, either in their,
search for belief or the cousc~ousiw.ss
of their "sup~eriority" to,, the me s91s.
There are books to hurn showing'
ho w' (dreary average American life is
and how' full of failures. 'These books
make threr athors happ~y. Their,
m'ea'lers must. he happy and( strong or
they woulda 't be able to read those
mil's of drabness. Much of the wNail-'
ing of our young;,imiddle-agedl "intel-
lectuals" is to he taken as a laean of'
joy. They are ;freely mianifestimig
thiemselves. The yearnings of adoles- .
cents are partly a sort of inevitable
measles, partly n)ose. Self-s atis 'actioni
ivy a great contentment. Our "su~pe-
nior" y ou u, persons, have it. in a high
degree, even if they don't suspect it.
Is anybody really much worried if
and because "w : are so submissive
and contented with government of
t'ie second, rate?" Unless we are al
first-rate people, tihe Government wve
have is representative; and there is a
famous saying of :Lord Waldegrave's
about; the inferiority of brilliant men
as administrators that may be com-
mended to Mr. Nicholson.
Labor is hetter p~aidl an(d better oft
here than anywhere else in tihe world.
Unemployment is steadily growing^
loss. The "middle class," if tempor-,

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DAD GOT HIS--.

<I want another hidler Master.
Pen like the one I got here last
fall. It was the only pen I ever'
really liked, and Dad took it
away from mie while I was homze
on my Christmas vacation. He
,'id that I could get another like
it when I camne back. I tried
to swipe it before I left but
couldn't f nd it."

"I'll see that you are fixed up.
If it is necessary' I'll make one
up for .you."
"Aim! This is a dandy if you
cain make it flow a little more
ink--That is just right now. I
made a mistake when I bought
something else for Dad's Christ-
mnas. You see I knew that hie
had' a pen, but I didn't stop' to

think that he might like a better
one."
This happened last year and
it occurs to, us 'that it may. con-
tain a helpful suggestion to you
at this, rime.
We guarantee anything bought
of us to please and 'will be
pleased to alter or exchange it
after Christmas.

RIDE' HP
Fountain Fen Specialisi. IN COLLEGE INN.

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SUCCESS

If success mcoans nmate~ial advancement to you, as it does;
majority of peop~le, the:z factors that :Hake for success
carcf~ull c'.udiccl. Tf hs is mrcicly good common sense.

.to a great
should be

y12.' ~ ja- YY .=r,== -=, .to be registered tend.' to make the
ing the deep conviction on every handposbltofdecinyofcrsf
that rowdyism of the nature of thePosblt fdecinbofcrsf
Whitney disorder will not be to',erated tile law slight.
IWe 'view with sonme alarm the in-
here, _roads being made by flyers cn the
y T yt~CHRC bootlegging profession. Just as good,
}i; IDI _ CHRCHold fashioned bootlegging was being
The figures vroving that eighty- 'elevated to a position of dignity in our
three per cent of the students of the national life, a groun of aviators come
University are affiliated with some # along and ruin our onlypsiltyo
church must be a source of agitation having a landed aristocracy.
to pessimists who complain that the ____
modern youth does not appreciate re- "..~- -

You wi-1 find t'Iat every successful man, no matter in what line of,
Lu;:irec-s he is a scess, has ithcse two characteristics. First,> he has had
from Cie begiflnng of his career exceptional earning power: That is,
either because of natur al tendencies or' of acquired knowledge, his .poweI
of earning is above the average. Next, hehas had the self-con trol, ab
stincrice, or wh-ztevcrs you want to cozil it, to Save a gocdly part ow~~hat
he earned.
Many young men of today are far above the average in earning
power, but few of theme have a schedule of systematized saving. What
about YOU?
THE ANN .ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
"The l-ink -of Erfrendlly Service"

ligion. and is gettng farther away
from it all of the 'time. The fact tha.t
a goodly share of Michigan students
are not only connected with sonic
religious organization, but actually]~
attend church, should indicate that,
voulng' eonle are 'not opposed to re-

'i'w nationslegisators (hfow ther
tribo Increases!). are having a merry,
merry time in Washington, spending
day after day doing nothing, and; fight-
ing each other with the hitter weapons
off senatorial warfare to prevent any
aspiring Congressman from accomp-

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