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3~ L'lal (Cornell Daily Sun)}
Shakespeare - tells us that all the
BERNIE KIRK world is a stage and that all the men
years ago the oval sped and women are merely players. His
mAhand to hand that loved the characterization of the situation is ad-
work, mirable, but he couched his statement
eekly tales of triumphs read in general terms, when he said that
_ omnipresent "Gipp to Kirk." mIen were "merely players". We all
can readily see what is meant by
But Gipp was taken out-and then "players", but unfortunately, or per-
The forward nass was not the same; laps in one sense we might even say
And Bernie moved to Michigan fortunately ,there are different varie- -
And further tablets knew his name. ties of the specie.
In the first place, there is the Patronize Daily adver

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wie ~eii'di t's-',. adthr b"'xaOf ilrding\ a yel 'i r
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, nalistic fraternity, organized the
Michigan, as second class matter. Michigan News bureau for the proper
Subscription by carrier or mail, $3 y. irculation of news from the Univer-
Offices: Ann Arbor Press..IBuilding May- ciruaino esfo h nvr
nard Street. sity. The bureau, whose work has
Phones: Editorial, 2414 and 146.M; Busi-
ness. 6o. been carried on entirely by members;


Communications not to exceed S~oo words
if signed, the signature not necessarily to
appear in print, but as an evidence of faith,
nd notices oftevents will be published in
'he Daily at the discretion of the Editor, if
kIft at or mailed to The Daily office. Un-
signed communications will receive no '.on-
siration. No manuscript will be returned
unless the writer 'encloses postage. The Daily
does not necessarily endorse the sentiments
expressed in the communications.
Telephones 2414 and 176-3[
News Editor.................Paul Watzel
lity Jidtor................James B. Young
Assistant City Editor...........Marion Kert
lEditorial Board Chairman.......E. R. Meiss
Night IEditors-
1{aip'n Jb'yers, Harry Hocy
. '. Dawson, Jr. E a. Mack
1,. J. Hlershdorfer D. C. Moriarty
1t. A. Donahue
Sports Editor.................F. H. McPike
hunday Vagazine Editor......Delbert Clark
Women's F',ditor...............Marion Koch
humor Editor...... .......Donald Coney
'oiference Editor...........1. 1. Grundy
Pictorial JEditor.................Robert Taft
Music Editor....................E. H. Ailes
Thelma Andrews tohn Garlinghiouse
J. A. Bacon Walter S,. Groodspeed
Stanley M. Baxter Portia Goulder
Dorothy Bennetts Ronald Halgrim
Maurice Berman Franklin D .Hepburn
Sidney Bielfield Winona A. Hibbard
R. A. Brillington Edward J. Higgins
helen Brown Lowell Xerr
W. 1B.Butler Elizabeth LiebermannI
11. C. Clark John McGinnis
1ugene Carmichael, Samuel Moore
A. B. Connable M. H. Pryor
Bernadette Cote W. B. Rafferty
Vvelyn I. Coughlin Robert G. Ramsay
W1allace F. Elliott CamiAbell Robertson
Joseph Epstein J. W. Ruwitch
Maxwell Fead Soll J. Schnitz
T, . F.Fiske X. H, Stoneman

of the organization, was not intended
as a permanent one, but was design-j
ed to function until some time when
the Regents should establish a public-
ity bureau through University appro-
At the present time the Michigan
News bureau, with the aid of the

And when he'd run his college span, "player" who always replies "yes" to
At Christmas time the fickle fates everything his employer says; who is
Called time and He, the only 'coach always seeking the footlights of fav-
who can, .or, tliiniing that by so agreeing with
Had joined again the famous mates. everything he will always be in the
good graces of his boss, and be the
Despite the sadness and dismay, first in line for promotion. He is the
The sudden truth where sorrows type of man who is soon understooc,

Board in Control of Student Publica- lurk,
tions, is carrying on an extensive wire It's good to feel that Gipp today,
and mail service to all parts of the Is there to welcome Bernie Kirk.
country. The bureau is obtaining ac -Quinn A. Ryan in Wake of the
curate and desirable news for the Un!- News
versity. Nevertheless, its growth is * * *
hampered by a lack of funds and the Dear Caly: Although this is a little!
limited amount of time which the bit belated on. account of the Waily
members of Sigma Delta Chi can de- not putting forth a Christmas extra
vote to it. I would like to inform you of a little,
Michigan is a community in itself, happening that took iplace in our
and needs a publicity director who own venerable Engineering depart-s
can devote all of his time to the dis~ ment. It seems that a certain in-3
semination of news concerning the structor was not very well pleased'
University. If the sincerity of the be- with the work done by one of his
lief of those students most interested sections so upon the advent of the!
in the publicity accorded Michigan in cherished holidays he remarked,
this regard may be indicated by tiie "Well, Merry Christmas, and I hopej
commendable work the Michigan that when you return you will have
News bureau is carrying on, the more in your heads than you do
Board of Regents might well recon- now."

and who soon loses the admiration
and respect of his fellowmen, and
who if given a position of responsi-
Oiay cannct be relied on to make
i.'ttghty decisions on his own initia-
Occupying the center of this world's
stage is the "player" who, if, the
bromide is pardoned, might readily be
characterized as "from Missouri". -te
is the "actor" who is not endowed
with a "one-track" mind, but who,
even though he believes in one way
of doiag' a thing is not averse to hav-.
ing another way shown him, and if
he can be shown that the new method
is better than his, Will readily adopt
it.. le it is who,.upon seeing anothet
"actor" play the same' part more
effectively than he has been doing it,
will change his "make-up" and con-
tinue the role in 'a larger capacity.

Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
detroit Limited and Express Cars-
6:oo a.m., /:oo a.m., 8:oo a.m., 9:05
411iid h utrly to 9:05 pti.
Jachson Express Cars (local stops
"st of Ann Arbor)---9 47 a.m., and
t-, e two nours to 9:47 P.M. .
Local Cars East Bound-7:oo a.mn.
a.i every two hours to 9 :oo1,.in.,
i i :oo p.m. To Ypsilanti only-it1 :40
p m., i :15 a.M.
To Saline-Change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bc and-7 :50 a.m.,
i2:1(1 p.mi.
To Jackson and Kalamazoo-Lim.
iced cars 8:47, 10:47 a.m.,12 :47, 2:47,
4:47 p.m.
To Jackson and Lansing-Limited at
8:47 p.1n.

St art the New Year right by
eating at the Y nn where the
food is carefully selected, scien-
tifically prepared and attractive-
ly, served. ,4 O

sider thoroughly the request which
has been made them for the establish-
ment of a publicity bureau at Mich-
President Marion L. Burton's refer-;
ence some time ago to the fact that,

And with one accord the class



A. P. Webbink Frederic G. Telmos scholarship is not properly regarded1
BUSINESS STAFF by the student body should not pass
Telephone 960 from the student mind without serf-'
ous reflection.
BUSINESS MANAGER When the facts are investigated the
ALBERT J. PARKER conclusion must be reached that
Advertising...............John J. Iamel, Jr. President Burton has presented a,
Ahivertising..............,Edward F. Conlin sad truth. Those students who have
Advertising...............Walter K. Scherer
Accounts..... .......Lawrence H. Favrot distinguished themselves by their
~c ti.aioni................wsend 1. Wolfe
Publication.........L. Beaumont Parks scholarship are likely to be the tar-
Copyrighting.............David J. M. Park gets of no end of satiric or "witty"
Assistants remarks concerning, their accomplish-
Kenneth Seick Allan S. Morton ments. While in the hearts of most
George Rockwood James A. DryerW
Perry M. Hayden Wm; II. Good students there is a profound respect
E ugene 7.. Dunne Clyde L. Hagerman
Wm. (,raulich, Jr. ' Jloward Haaden for the Phi Beta Kappa man or honor
John C. H-askinj 1Ieiry Freud
C. J . Putnam erbert P. Bostick student, there is seldom heard any
E. D Armantrout D. L. Pierce verbal manifestation of this respect.
Wllrace Floweorr latoPannbacher The friends of the honor student are
Wtiam i. Reid..Tr. Clifford Mitts more likely to shower him with com-
Edward B. Riedle Ralph Lewright
I larold L. Hale Philip Newall ment of an uncomplmentary nature.
Win. D. Roesser While it is universally recognized
that students come to the University
for the primary purpose of study an(;
research, those who command the aud'
THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1923 1 ible applause of their fellows are the
ones who "get by" with the minimum
Night Editor-J. P. DAWSON, JR. amount of- study. The man who distin-
BERNIE KIRK guishes himself in athletics or col-
Michigan students left Ann Arbor lege activities is heralded as a true
December 16 rejoicing in the possibil- college hero, and justly so, but shoula
ities of a gay and joyful holiday sea, not the scholarly student be accorded
son. They returned from, their fes- an equal amount of respect and ac-
tivities to find that Death had silentlyclaim?

arose and said, "The same to you." This is the type of man that gener-
Imp. ially makes goodl in the world, the
* * * type that is willing to be shown, and,
Apropos Yon Coming Bolt being shown, will benefit himself anGa
(With due respect to thle lUorose his business at the -possible expense
shade of Bill.) of a little vanity.
To bolt, or not to bolt, But every play must have the oth-
Such, in despondence is my deep er type of person in it to round out
question. the cast. Every pl-t mu-t always
Whether it is far better to remain have the character ;who "throws the
And suffer the torture of. another day, money wrench into' the wheels'
Or to hasten off and receive three thereby causing barriers of greater'
added bolts. imagnitude to be oVercome. This
To throw precaution to the winds stage is also afflicted with the "lago"
And jump all Friday classes. or "Laertes", who is continually tear-
To bolt, to skip, and by a skip to say ing down everything that is brought
We end the drudge of all oncoming within his vision, and who never at-
work. tempts to build up anything in its
'Tis a consumation devoutly to be place. Nations have been ruined by
wished- this variety of the species; dynasties
Instead--by that one trite, ignoble have been overthrown, and anarchy
bolt, Jlet loose. Sooner or later, however,
We cause the repetition of that dread- the heart rules the <head and as the
ed verse: result of the entalngling circum-
"Silently, one by one, in the little red stances, the grunmbler meets his
book of the Proff- match. The hook jerks him behind
Blossom the lovely Es', the forget-me- the scenes.
nots of the student." When we rise after the final curtain
REGNITTE. has been dropped, after the air -has
* * * been cleared and our emotions purg-
1923 ed, we often feel some manner of pity
Our Own RcisoiitiO1ns and perhaps a little touch of griet
These Rolls believes among other over ' this character, .even though we
things: may experience the opposite sensa-
1. That a committee should be ap- tion at the same time and feel that
pointed to find further front lawns he got what he deserved. So it goes
for Alfred to bite after he has finished on the tragic and comic stage of the
with ours, as he seems in danger of world. Truly, we cannot help but
doing. feel sorrowful for the man who is
. 2. That alarm clocks should be always grumbling about everything.

1923 JANUARY 1923
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7 8 9 10 11 -12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 .23 24 25 26 27
28 29 30 31
We do all kinds of Cleaning
and Reblocking of hats at
low prices for HIGH CLASS
617 Packard Street Phone 1792
Schednie in Effect October 1, 1922
(>ntral Time (Slow Time)
.. A.M. PM. P M.
s:4 7:45 Adrian.... 2:45 8:45
i;r 5 8:15 . Tecumseh .. 12:15 8:15
: 8:3 .... Clinton .... 12:0o 8:oo
: 9: rSaline .. 11:15 7:15
; :45 9:45 Ar lnn ArborLv. 10:45 6:45
(Court Io ie Square) A. M.
D-Daily. X-Daily except Sundays
and Holidays. Friday and Saturday soecia
lis for studentt leaves Adrian 1:45. leave
Ann Arbor 4:45.
JAMES I. ELLIOTT, Proprietor
1'hior, 926-M Atrian, Mich
712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets





Luggage Sweattrs
Bath Robes














crept into their midst 'during their A conscientious, sincere student prohibited from instructors so that
absence and stolen away one of the will study no matter what his friends we, the student corpse, may get a de-
most revered and loved of their num-. may. think of him. But his attitude cent bolt occasionally.
ber. The pall- that has fallen over the in studying will be affected by their 3. That something should happen
campus, in direct contrast to the high remarks. No one understanding the presently in these environs so that we
spirited gaities of the past two effect of public opinon will gainsay may have something to be ostensibly
weeks, is a silent eulogy to the ad- the fact that looking with disfavor humorous about.
iiration and esteem in which Bernie upon study will tend to discourage«**#
Kirk was held by his classmates study. When we have generated a V1 Elizabethl Again
There was perhaps never a big man true spirit of appreciation for Intel-,dear sir
on the campus before who was known lectual merit on our campus a great i fully intend to
by so few personally as was Bernie. step in behalf of education and men- apply
A man who attracted the attention of tal development will have been taken, for. the carnegie medal for
the entire country because of his abil- bravery; because i saved
ity as a football star, he walked daily MICHIGAN'S RAJII OSSB a fellow's life
among his own fellow students and TIES today in william and mertons
attracted little notice except among Since the National Radio Chamber restaurant; i had been
the small circle of close personal of Commerce is now developing plans eating and had
friends who would gladly have laid for the establishment of radio exten- beerdished up with a plate of
down their own lives with his if his sion courses in the great universities mashed potato which hadI
loss could have been lessened by so and educational centers of America, made me very, very sick when
doing, those who have the interests of the the chap who
He passed away as he had lived.' University at heart are looking for was eating out of the sae plate
There was nothing heroic in his Michigan to attain supremacy in this with me saw me and said
death. It seemed that Fate had mark- new field in keeping with the educa- ho, what is this amid my
ed him to live modestly and unpre- tional prowess of Michigan now man- potato; seing
tenously and to die the same ay.fest.ick he mused awhile and thoug
He was a great football man and a Radio enthusiasts are realizing. the t ats perhaps something
great sportsman, but more than that tremendous possibilities of the radio was wrong, so he took the spuds
he was a great friend and a dominat- as an educational factor, and since and me
ing personality. Bernie will live long figures show that there are between over to the health service
In the annals of Michigan history as three and four million radio listeners where they found i had a case of
the ideal type of athlete and student. in the United States, most of whom potatomaine poisening from those
,_ _ are of the college age, the fact is spuds, and i had saved many
THE MI('HIGAN NEWS BUREAU ; made obvious that if the proper ef- lives
In past years Michigan has suffer- fort is made, complete college cours~ by gettink sick, and they fed me
ad considerably from false or inac- es,of an invaluable aid to these radio some milk
curate publicity in the press. Ie, fans who could not otherwise obtain of magnesia and made me well again
porters in search of material for fea- a higher educatin, could be given. and happy. e eth.
tures have only too often shown lit- In England and Germany prepara- lelizab .
tle hesitance in misinterpreting in-! tions are already being made for « * *
cidents occurring in Ann Arbor, and broadcasting college courses ,over the Everybody is coming back froui
have capitalized the interest which radio, and according to the Radio vac with a new overcoat.
a headline concerning "University Chamber of Commerce pioneers in * * *
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He is the one to be pitied.
(Purdue Exponent)
Is it just a tradition that has grown
up here at Purdue or is it a universal'
collegiate belief that whenever a stu-
dent has the temerity to ask the in-'
strnctor for a - point of information
that the rest of the class accuse him
of attempting to ingratiate himself
or get a "stand in" with the professor
and thus assure himself of a. better;
mark? In many classes here it has
reached the point where it is next to
sucidal, as far as the good graces of
the class are concerned, for a student]
to ask the instructor even the most
important kind of a question. As soon
! as some one appears to be interested
in the course and shows it in the least
way to the professor in charge there
immediately is heard in the class the
remark that he is pulling an "A" and
other evidences that the student is
trying to be one of "teacher's pets".
It is perinissable and even com-
emndable to discourage the student;
who is continually hanging around the
instructor with no other purpose thanE
to make an impression but these are
few and far between at Purdue. They
are son weeded out because they can-
not pass very many of the courses re-
quired simply on faculty sympathy.
But the almost vicious habit of pro-
miscuously accusing every studenI
that is seen conferring with the in-
structor of "laying a pipeline" and of
making it known- so audibly over the
classroom is certainly carrying the
thing too far. It is beneath the con-
duct of a gentleman and shows no
respect for either the student who de-
rir inf ,,nztinn, nr l ia 1 n ,,- r m-fo',r. n-,

" -
Make This A
New Year
For Mother
when one boy left home
"Good-bye, George. Now do send your laundry home more reg-
- ularly. You know it just upsets all my work when your dirty clothes come
dragging in a day late. If you only knew how hard it was to keep you in
clean clothes, you'd make an effort to mail them home regularly' every two
"I suppose I could, but why bother with sending them home at
all? I could just phone the White Swan Laundry, and that's all there would
be to it.
"But don't you see, I mend and darn, and put your clothes in good _
shape, and most laundries don't pay any attention to such things."
"The White Swan does, mother. Most of the boys at the house
send their clothes there now.
"Well, say, that's what you'd better do then. If I'd known that
they mend and darn, they would have done all your laundry since last fall.
_ etter Nolv Than Never

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