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THE MICHIGAN DAlY

'SATURD

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..

.4 tionize manufacturing were soon ac-s
quired in this country. Industry be-E
gan to boom, and thousands of people
OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE forsook the plow for the new machine
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN propelled instruments. The CivU War
Published every morning except Monday not only caused the south to emigrate
during the University year by the Board in but also New England. This resulted'
Control~ l Studezt Publications. in a vast number of people, deprivedI
Member of Western Cortference FEd'.corial of their homes because of the war,}
Association. settling in the newly born cities of
The Associated Press is exclusively en-
titled to the use for republication of all The recent World War completed
news dispatches credited to it or not other-ti mgainmvmn.Tehg
wise credited in this tepaper and the local this emigratio movement. The high
news publised'therein. 3 wages plus the orgy of spending anda
festivity of the. year immediately fol-.
Eitered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan ;as second class matter. lowing the conflict tended to make'
Subscription by.,carrier or mail, $3 5O- city life attractive. Hence thousands
offices: Ann Arbor Press Building, May o u e fa o
ward street, I . . iof young men left the farm for the

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~1ROLLS
CIFSE 'ER

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"I didn't read your column today,"
she said.
"Could we lend you ou copy now?'
asked we.
"Thanks, no," she replied. "I al-
ways like to sit down in a BIG easy
chair when I read your column."
"So?" we interrogated.
"Yes," she said, "I can't stand
reading it-"
So we left her.
:KS

THE AGONY COLUMN
IF HALF MOON will come out of the
bushes and send us a penny post-card
with his address on it, we shall. be
pleased t' attempt a justification of
our condu with his contrib.
* * *
POEMI
When she told me "Did I drink?"
I asked her "Yes."
And all she said was laugh.
"Did Chimes knell the demise of the
Student council?"
Oh, ring off!
CALIGUJLA.

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LAST EDITION OF

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BOTH STOR E S

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Phonies: Editorial, 2414 and 176-M; Busi-
Hess, 966~.
SCommunications not to exceed. soo words
if signed, the 'signature not necessarilyato
apea r in print, but as an evidence ol faith,
and no~tices of events -will be published in
the Daily at the discretion of the Editor, if
left at or maled to The Daily office. , Un.
signed 'comm~unications will receive no c~on-
sideration. No mnanuscript will be returned
unless the writer encloses postage. The Daily
does not necessarily endorse the sentiments
ex~pressed in the communications.
EDITORIAL STAFF,
Telephones, 2414 and 176-M
MANAGING EDITOR
V4RION B. STAHL

thrills of metropolitan life.
A landed class is a conservative
class, possessingcertain fixed stand-
ardls of living. Whereas industrial life
is conducive to radicalism, loose liv-
ing, and the rise of revolutionary doc-
trines. Metropolitanism has madej
tfor economic efficiency andamuch of
our greatness and prestige as a
world power may be attributed to the
fact that we have placed a goodlyi
amount of emphasis on business and
industry. But the evils which have
followed in the wake of metropolitan-'
ism 'are reminders that its benefits
have not been received without our

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Last night was fish
and
Soup night at the
Opera
And all the fish N
and soup
Garmentsa1
Cameout of the
moth balls 1
And infested the
old Whitney.

EDITORIAL COMMENT
A .1VIN(G PICTURE HISTORY
(The Daily Iowan)
Moving pictures are probably the
best means we have of recording cer-
tain events in college 1Ufe. Those
who have seen pictures of the Uni-
versity procession and the induction
:renony of last fall, or of the 'root-

Some injea
Fishes
And some

News Editor..................Paul Watzel paying dearly for them. Supes.
City 'EIditor............James B. Young __________ Tha,'^i not
Assistant City Editor ..........Mlarion Kerr50sots
Editorial Board Chairman ....E.aR. Meiss ;'5dshortCst
Night Editors-- Into eternity
Ralph Byers Hary Hoey Protest against the "Pittsburg Plus" 20 cuffs br(
J. P. Dawson, jr J. E. Mack
L. J.L IIershdoiirr R. C. Moriarty system of setting steel prices on the From theiri
Sorts Ediona............. H. McPike basis of eastern production finds ex 97 collar b
Sunday Magazine Editor.....Delbert Clark pression in the middle west, and per- By aspirint
Women's E;ditor........... Marion Kuch
Huntiore ditor........ Donald Coney haps the most vigorous denunciation Members of
conference Editor .. .....H. B. Grundy of this process emanates from Chi- Under bure
lusic d ior.. ........--.- A eis cago and' vicinity. The Chicago
Assistants Tribune, in fact, is now conducting
Thelma Andrews- John Garlinghouse an earnest campaign against "Pitts-
J. A. Vcoue . alter S Goo'sjpeed burg Plus" in its editorial column. Wier sihlt
:Dratricy Berman Franklin I). Hepbu n Pittsburg Plus," according to the were in 'md
]:. .. 1ButerWoad.Hibbaid Tribuiie, mintains eastern steel pro- tall tree.1
if. C. Clark Lowell Kerr duction at the cost of western pros- aroused by,
A. B. Connable Samuel Moore
Bernadette Cote M, 1. .1'roperity.The fact that steel could be on arous n
Eveyn RI.ougblini . B. Rafferty purchased more cheaply in the dis- elephant (
Jl sle . EpllRten t J.W bet. Ruitch trict about Chicago if "Pittsburg Americant
laxell ea4 . .ederictonemo Plus" were not in effect is undoubt- stories sh
T.[. Fiske 1 p. M. Wvagner edly true. But the steel interests are out of our
j . WVlebinis ' insistent upon maintaining steel pric e
a p head of the
4 BUSINESS STAFF es .on a basis of Pittsburg produc- graps his t
Telephone 960 tion, and thus not endangering their thumb and
tremendous investments at Pittsburg
BUSIN:ESS MANAGER around W'sl
UAthrough a slump in business. knot. The t
ALBERT 3. PARKER The arguments coming from Chica- to wrench
Advertising........ ..John J. Hamel, Jr. go are difficult to refute. Chicagoans
klnotgv
Advertising:......,....Eddard F. Conlri cannot see the necessity of paying heROe
Advertising.............Walter K. Scherer le BROKE
Accounts................Laurence H. Favrot a high price for steel when it is be-
Cirulation. ........... Baumont Park ing produced rigjt in their midst
Assistants at a much lower cost. The differ- ! Ii T
Townsend H. Wolfe Alfred M. White ence in the price of steel caused by
Kenneth Seick Wm. D. Roesser "Pittsburg Plus" is not an insignifi-
George Rtockwood Allan S. Morton PtsugPu ngii
Perry M. Hayden .James A. Dryer cant one. An amount exceeding $100,-
Eugene L. Dunne Wm. H. Good 000 could be saved on single building
Wn. Graulich, Jr.. Clyde L. :Hagerman
John C. Haskin A. Iartwell, Jr. enterprises in Chicago if "Pittsburg
Harvey E. Reed J. Blumenthalf
y. L. Putnam Howard Hayden Plus" were abolished.
E'. D. Armantrout W. K. Kidder Government authorities are now
H. W. Cooper Henry Freud
Walace FMower Herbert P Bostwick considering the abolition of "Pitts-
Edw. B. Riedle L. Fierce burg Plus". The arguments of the
IT irnld . .Wale
citizens who object to an'alleged un-
just steel rate are being wghed
_________against the contentions of the steel ;
SATURDAY DECEMBER 9, 192 magnates, who must show that their'
NiTRDitor-HARMBR .9HOan, s1udaena-t-terpe c
plan of price determination is sound
Night Editor--HARRY D. ° HOEY and is fundamental to the proper con-
---tinuation of steel production. All ev-
THE FND OF SMOKE idence at hand points to a momentous'
The passing of an anti-smoke or- decision in favor of the people af-
dinance by our City Council shold'aflicted by what seems to be an unjust
place An Arrian acss ith practice.
j~eAnAbri ls ihtlioe few Anierican cities that have

red on
on
all.
uds popped
1y.
oke loose
moorings.
uttons were lost
and (perspiring)
the haut ton
aus.
WITH SALT, PLEASE.

ball games, will not doubt the effi-
:*acy of this method to preserve in
permanent form the important activ-
ities and events of the day.

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'never forget the time we
ia, snending the night in a
About three AM we were
a feeling of insecurity, and
g ourself, we discovered an
,of the type described by
newspaperman in parade
huge pachyderms). Startled
wits, we leaped onto the
e beast, and managed to
runk firmly between our

A movement is on foot in the Uni-
vcrsity of Michigan to adopt this plan
for historical purposes, filming all the
events of particular importance
throughoat the year. Numerous'
changes occur from year to year, and
to those who go out from the Univer-
sity, a record which in future times
wi'l show them the old school "as
she was". back" in their days must
surely outweigh the small cost which
such a project entails.
The Daily Michigan has figured the
expense for a year to be only seven-
ty-five dollars, estimating that 5,000
feet of film would be enough. This
means only a few cents for each grad-
uate and such a record would be al-
most .rceless in later years.

Lost Something? Let a "Daily" class-
ified ad find it for you.-Adv.
DETROIT UNITED LIX E$
Ann A bor and lackscn
TIME TABLE
(1-lastern Stapdard Time)
Detroit tirmied and Express Cars-
' 6 0~o a.mn., 7 (on a.mi,$* ~l., 9.0'5
a.m. and hourly to 9:~05 p.m1.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops
west of Ann Arbor) --9:47 a.m., and
every two hours to 9 :47 P.m1.
Local Cars East Bound-7:oo a.m.
and every two hours to 9:00 j. in.,
t:oo p.m. To Ypsilanti only-i :40
P.m., 3 :15 a. i.
To Saline-Change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bland-7:50 a.m.,
L 2 :3 a j.rn. i
To Jackson and Kalamazoo-him.
ited cars 8:47, 1o0:47 a.mn., 12:47, 2:47,
:47 p.m.
To Jackson and Lansing-Limited at
8:47 P-.u
1922 DECEMBER 1922
3 4 5 6 7 S
10 11 12 13 11 15 1
17 IS '19 20' 21 22 23
u'4 Y 2e) 2d{ 27 28 .dl 29 3 ...
G0 HOME IWITHI A NICE jAT
We have just made up some
very Snappy Hats for the
Holiday 'l'rade. Step in an(l
look them over.
We do all kinds of Cleaning
and Reblocking of hats at
low prices for1 IGH CLASS
---WORK.----
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Street Phone 1792
(Where D.U.R. Stops
at State Street) t

PAVLOVO

BOOT

SUITS OVERCOATS TUXEDOS
at Reasonable Prices
WHEN WE MAKE YOUR SUIT IT
IT WILL FIT RIGHT
WE RELIEVE IN TREATING OUR CUSTOMERS SQUARE
Once Your Tailor Your Tailor Always
ORDER NOW!
A B A R T H6. EAST
IL L IAM ST.

A Wat~erproof
ArCtic by Good-
rich . Ju*Ist the
t hin g for this
weather
Others frc m $3.50 to $4.00

DRINKING INID LOW GRADES
(Ohio State' Lantern)

forefinger. Then we tied it
neck with a real boy scout
elcrhant, in a vain attempt
his trunk loose from the
such a. tremendous tug that
HIS NECK.
BARON MUNCHAUSEN.
* * *
ME JAIL 1 CROWDED
.r '
11t AV To 4
,(FARS 6 W
* * *

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been progressive enough to take steps' Few AMer PShighlyPividualistic
to avoid this evil, as least as far as .y
dD in nature are -to be found on the
municipal pride is concerned. Dense iiha areus. be udonthe
smoke coming from factories or com- Michigan campus. Every student is
mercial establishments is not only identified with some organization or
injurious to the health and a detri- taksuparthisomerctivity eite
ment to the beauty of the city, but pursuing his curriculum or outside
of it, which endangers his individ-
in most cases, as sbeenrved uality being sbmerged in the spirit
reputable engineers, is unnecessary,.i oflthebenrsocieo ichthe se-
Briefly the ordinance provides that of the entire society to which he be-
"theemision f mokefrom anylongs and to a lesser extent in that
"the emission of smoke from any ofthe p articular egrsoupr cleass wit
smokestack or chimney of any estab- of che isu lato p r c gizing
lishment or place other than a pri- which he is affiliated. Recognizing
vate house is declared a public nuis- what has come to be a philosophical
ance punishable by fine or imprison- truism, that the group stamps the in-
ment. Emphasis is placed upon the dividual, The Daily is going to con-
fact that the matter is one of corn- duct a "campus type series" through
munity interest, and that the enforce- othemedium of this column.
men of the .ordinance should not be. Some of the tyres to be considered
left to the police department alone,' are: the athlete the tscribe, te stu
but thats each citizen should realize dent t an, nd, th cyic, e
his responsibility in seeing that it is faculty man, and, if discretion per-
mits, the co-ed. It is difficult to make
lived 'up to. abta
It should be readily recognized that an arbitrary classification of types
the smoke menace is one of the worst which will do justice to all students
enene3 of a. clean and healthful concerned, without any over-lapping of.
City. Now, that we have the legal the various species. Therefore, The
means of'combatting this menace, the I Daily, hopes that these dissertationst
residents of Ann Arbor might wel lwill not be taken too seriously.t
adopt the suggestion of the Council This series will assume no regular-
andl back u the Police department in ity, the essays appearing from timea
eniol ring the ordinance, to time throughout this semester and
onext as the muse inspires us to thet
requisite heights of imagination. And,
l E Iy1. LAANI' !while the satirical element may be
1T" E rioy nine-tenths of the the predominat one in each article, itc
nhubitanta of the United States today is quite possible that a constructivet
c = ie 4n ! at the time the Con-: purpose will be in evidence. Buti
s ittitn v as sighed ninety-seven out whether thiq is true or not may wellc
() g 1--' 1'ieji 'ers'ns lived in be left to the reader.

AND THE GARG?
WE were talking to one of the edi-
tors of Whimsies (sic) yesterday, and
asked it why the subscribers ware the
last ones to get their copies, and told
it we thought it was a outrage that we
should have to be subjected to the
torment of the Whimsies business staff.
or whoeve r it is that sells the things,
in the meantime. IT says, 'Well, we're
doing just like Chimes--" which re--
mark I thought awful'y significant.
HELIOGABALUS.
* * 4
No Thy hae Mai Fae.
While attem-ting to remove a lib-
eral alr'cat n of cmplexion clay,
Jaun jarred the skin off his left jaw
and now he isn't jawing any more.
CGeer up. Qxus, inaye it will affect
some of the women in the same man-'
ner. FANG.
ARCHIE'S LIL STS
:lear sir
you doubtless have heard
of archie
the verse libre bed bug, well
i am his second cousin
and ever. verse:
and somewhat more libre
than archie even.
as you may have guessed i am desir-
ous
of contributing
to your worthy column, that
is provided
of course
that you approve of my literary work.
i, like archie, have small respect
for capital letters
and other literary conventions,

Charging that intemperahce and
poor scho'arshin are the two most se-
rious uroblems with which the Amer-
ican college Itas to deal, the chairman
of the iterfraternity conference
which recently met in New York ask-
ed for a close co-operation on the
part of the fraternities to combat
thcse two evils.
There are but few national socie-
ties of college men that do not have
strict rules against the possession of
liquor in the chapters houses of the
org'nization. And for the most part,
as far as we know from observation
and experience at Ohio State and
nearby institutions, the rules are
stringently enforced.
And many of the Greek-letter
groups are now -fostering a higher
standard of scholarship by offering
prizes for the chapter with the high-
est scholastic standing, and by urg-
ing through the fraternity publica-'
Lion the maintaining of a high schol-
Iastic standard.
Certainly -drinking among college
men is not the problem that it was be-
fore the advent of prohibition. There
is no one who was in school before
the eighteenth amendment was passed
and is here now but who can see a
great diminution in the habit among
college Men. In spite of w ld tales
o' :bootleggers made rich from their
college trade, there is but little drink-
ing among the college students com-
pared with conditions 20, 10, or even
5 years ago.
The only time that it is seen now
is at celebrations before or after ath-
ilde victories. And the celebrations
held now look like Sunday-school pic-
nics compared with the triumphal
jubile~s of a .decade ago.
Although there are undoubtedly
grounds for these two charges, the
man who has been around college for
the past six or seven years and has
seen the transformation that has tak-
en place, is optimistic regarding the
future. if tie improvement made
during the past decade is continued,"
drinking will soon be a lost art
among modern Greeks, and fraterni-
ties will take their place at the head
of the c'ass in scholarship.
The student of world politics who
can enumerate every European con-
ference which has been held since
the Great War is a student indeed.

ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
Schedule in Effect October, z8, g2
Central Time (Slow 'rime)
D XD
P.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
3:45 7:45 Adrian ...x2:45 8:5
4:t5w 8:15.'Tecumseh .. 3:15 8:15
4 :30 8:30 Clinton .... 12 :oo 8:oo
5i-.5 9:15 ...Saline 11.. '15 ~7 :15
5:45 9:45 Ar oni ArborLv. I0:45 6:45
(Court House Square) A. M,
D-Daily, X-Daily except Sundays
and Holidays. Fri('ay. and Saturday specia'
bus for students leaves Adrian 1:4i leaves
inn Arho, 4:45.
JAMES I. ELLIOTT, Proprietor
Ph~one Q26-M Adrian3, Mich

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Life is just one editorial after
other when our chairman goes to
troit on business, leaving us to
out the column.

an-
De-
get

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r' . This fors'kinz o:
tr,, coil for t e romptrorohs. which has
re flct' I tMe gr'i'-Tth of i, nation 'n-
drstialy. bs l'een for the most part
gradual, lghltenr I only 1I ,re"iods
(f ecor'-Y fe'unclitv or political un-
re1t. A. while this wvemnent is ro-
, ,o,1:ible for much of the progress and

When, Andy Gump, one hundred per
cent for the people, was counted out
after ostensibly having been elected
to congress, some of us lost whatever
faith we may have possessed in poli-
tics.

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besides
i am not strong enough to work the
shift
key on my typewriter either; please
let

Our idea of a procrastinator is the
senior who has not yet made ar-
z'angcments to have his picture taken.
Cl,1rmus to Possess New Lamp Posts
Two new lame posts will be placed
on the campus soon under the direc-
tion of the Buildings andk Grounds de-
partment. One post is to be placed

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