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G, 1923

newspaper syndicates during the past
season and the result was teams that
met with great popular favor.{
OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE Michigan has no cause for complaint /m 2
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN in the matter of men selected when
Published every morning except Monday the entire situation is taken into con-O
duiing the University year by the Board in sideration. No other team in theNE YA
Control of Studert Publications. country placed three men on Mr.: e
We were forced to speak of it once
Member of Western Conference Editorial Camp's teams. It is generallyecon-
Association. ceded that Bernie Kirk degerved a last summer and now the same qlues- }r
place on the first eleven; he was tion has come up again. It would,
titled to the use for republication of all chosen by nine out of ten of the crit- seem that people would learn aftert
news dispatches credited to it or not other- ics of the country. Wolverines will a while.
wise credited in this paper and the local
news published therein. R- always disagree with the dean of foot- But some folks ain't got no sense.
ball critics on this particular choice;
lnered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, but the fact remains that as long as It makes us blush, but, in the ab-
Michigan, as second class matter.buthfatrmista eceo an ni-ce oityhret
Subscription by carrier or mail, $330. one man's selection is accorded. gen- sence of an anti-vice society, here1
Offices:.Ann Arbor Press Building, May- eral acceptance the same condition goes.
nard Street. tea cetnetesm odto os
Phones: Editoriabl, 24X4 and 176-M; Busi- will be constantly recurring. A certain store not a hundred milest
ness. g6o-.
from State street is displaying a sign<
Communications not to exceed soo words ROOMS IN FEBRUARY
if signed, the signature not necessarily to -i readg-Oh spare our raiden blush-

appear in print, but as an evidence of faith,
and nc tices of events will be published in
'!he Daily -at the discretion of the Editor, if
lit at or mailed to The Daily office. Un-
signed communications will receive no con-
sideration. No manuscript will be returned
unless the writer encloses postage. The Daily
dve% not ri( essarily ersdorse the sentiments
expressed in the communications.
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A case where the early bird missed
the worm may be found in experience
of those students who engaged rooms
before school started this fall, and
agreed to pay the very high rents then
asked. A little 'later an oversupply
of rooms became apparent, and imme-
diately prices tumbled to a scale low-
er than Ann Arbor has seen in many
years. Nevertheless, those who had
already engaged robWNw'yere bound
either by written br oral agreement,
and were forced to pay the exorbi-
tantly high prices called for.
Those who based their agreements
on the one-semester lease plan pro-
vided by the University, will be free
in February to seek less expensive
rooms or to make new agreements of
a more reasonable nature. This in-
cludes a great many students, and the
result will be in general a readjust-
ment of room rents. There are, how-
ever, not a few who signed agree-I
ments binding them for a full year's
time. ThEse men will have to bide
by their contracts unless exceptional
circumstances make it possible for
them to change.

es! - reading "Clothing One-Fourtn
* * *
This Is Not a Parody of Chimes I
Say Roll, .
Apropos of the new awakening of'
poetic interest on our fair, free and
brave campus (three times sic), here'
is my own latest outburst entitlead
Worse Lieber
I have!......
An urge...-.
To splurge..
Into rime that jingles, dingles, dan-
gles, jangles..
Like glittering mud at the bottom of
a slimy, slittery, slickety lake**..
A dirge.....
Little pickaninnies dancing barefooted
on the shores of the Caribbean
Moonlight, sunlight, dawn, twilight...
Blaa....Blaa... .Mo-o-o-o-o-o......
*No freeverse possible without that

(Daily Illini)
Walter Camp has picked his All-
American, and as usual it is a team
of surprises. This year's selections
will cause even more than usual pro-
test because several men of wonderful
ability were placed on the second and
third teams or, in some cases, not even
Although picking an All-American
team is a thankless task for any one
critic, when such a selection is at-
tempted it should be made only after
taking into consideration every phase
of the game. The only possible way a
man can learn of the ability of his
men is through hearsay. He sees one
man play a wonderful game but per-
haps that same player looks poor in
the rest of his games during the sea-
son; he may see some of the teams in
action but there are hundreds of good
Men he never sees. How is he tol
choose from them except through thej
This year the west clearly demon-
stra.el that it produces as good foot-
ball teams as the east. Yet Mr. Camp
has chosen seven men from the east,
one from California and three from
the Western Conference. This shows{
only too clearly that he favored the
players he saw in action, that he pick-
ed an All-American team after hav-
ing seen only three western teams,
Michigan, Iowa and Chicago in ac-
tion. John Tlomas of Chicago played
a wonderful game against Princeton.
Camp saw him and placed him on h~s
team. Yet western critics who saw
all of the teams in action generally
shunted Thomas to the second or third
team. This was because Thomas was

Fifty - thousand - dollar robberies
don't even get banners in the metro-
politan newspapers any more.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv.
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Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-
6:oo a.m., 7:oo a.ni., 8:oo a.m., 9:05
a.rn. and hourly to 9:05 p.m.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops
west of Ann Arbor)-9:47 a.m., and
every two hours to 9:47 p.m.
Local Cars East Bound-7 :00 a.m.
and every two hours to 9 :oo p. in.,
x z :oo p.m. To Ypsilanti only-11 :40
p.m., ix:15 a.mi.
To Saline-Change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bcund-7:50 a.m
12:1 p.m.
To Jackson and Kalamazoo-Lim-
ied cars 8:47, 10:47 aimn., 12:47, 2:47,
4:47 p.m.
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Obviously, a regrettable mistake
was made by those who did not de-
mand the one-semester lease when en-f
gaging rooms. This plan is fairest
not only to the student but also to the
landlord. It conforms with-the divi-
sions in the Universiy year, and gives
either side an opportunity to rectify
complaints, should they arise, or to be#
released from obligation to the other1
without proceeding through an entire
year of dissatisfaction.
When the time comes in February,I
those who have one-semester leases at+
prices above the level now set in Ann
Arbor are free to make agreements
at the prevailing rates. And in the
fntnr s+.] udef(1nt whon enzazinz

Word. a great player in one game, the game
**Perfectimagery; see Chrin~es. 'that Camp saw.
**P rfet i age y; ee h 1nTes. Hardly a sport writer in America
H l w i failed to pick Bernie Kirk for an ena
position ,except Mr. Camp. Mueller of
Dear Cal: Seems like as we should California was chosen though Camp
begin to worry about De Joisy Boid. ' has never seen him play. This was be-
I-He ain't showed up for a heluva long cause cno man had to be chosen from
time and I'm beginning to be afeared the far west and Mueller stood out.
that he fell among thieves. He might McMillen or Illinois was recognized
a been a dangerous character in as the greatest guard in the west anas
Joisy but he didn't know Ann Arbor. Weller of Nebraska stood head anac
He was a diamond in the ruff and shoulders over the tackles. Yet Mac
maybe somebody stole him. Or may- made the third team and Weller was'
be the Annarbor Policeforce got him. not mentioned. Mr. Camp did not see
Let's start a fund to find him. You I Illinois or Nebraska in action. Gordon
can have the stamp off this letter to Locke was too good to be kept off of
start it with, and there will be more of any team so Camp placed him at quar-
them later. FULL MOO?:. ter, leaving Smythe, a wonderful mars,
.i - - « ,.

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)Kenneth Seick Allan S. Morton 'm o i taos7 *ohe am. i aI
YGcorge Rockwood James A. Dryer rooms should insist upon using the EEN T s AIAM Igive Thomas a place on account of h.s
Eugerryne .Dne Clyde I. Hagerman University lease covering one semes-Nplayingaagainst Princeton
Wn. Graulich, Jr sloward Hayden ter. ern criticsdeny that Locke was a bet- U
Jolin C.I'askirt Henry reud ______________ ___
C.L. Putnam 'filert P.Botck I" e an than Thomas.
B.D. Armantrout D. L. Pierce ITESTIN LTPER o v / ^
'erbertW Cooper layton Purdy ~TERNATIONAL U When we get rid of the old one-
Wallace Flower J. B. Sanzenbacher SITY 4. ' man system of picking all-teams and
"Wilhiam I. Reid. jr. Cli ord Mitts
Edward B. Riedle Ralph Lewright To employ nowadays that once- accept the verdict of the majority %r
h-hiarold L.~IHale Ph1ilip N"wall
Wn. D. Roesser e - ubiqitous phrase . "international co- Oh Cal, you don't know who I am. sports writers of the country we will
operation" is but to invite cynical rid- I've just come, and I think Michigan get somewhere, and not before. They F urnis
icule; yet sooner or later Civiliza- is just too gorgeous for anything. see the players all season, they know
tion, if it is to endure, must come You know, one of your contribs has what they can do and they are in-
. around to it. The more quickly we been feeling awfully, terribly lone-, dined to play no favorites. The idea
SATURDAY, JANUAR 6, 1923 heed, instead of criticising, proposals some, and so the Great Spirit rocked has been tried by a few syndicate
Night Editor-L. J. HERSHDORFER looking to this end, the better for him to sleep and took out one of his concerns this year and worked well.
_________-- world - reconstruction. - Accordingly, ribs, and what do you suppose he did? With a better organized system it $I
TIE ALL-AMERICAN ARGUMENT we should not lightly pass over as vi- He made me! And so I'm to be a should replace the present systemA
Michigan football followers were sionary and impracticable the recent companion to-I won't tell who -it's- Football has branched out too far to
proposal of the ,New York Times for one of your contribs. allow Mr. Camp to select his teams
thrilled during the past recess by the a super-university, a sort of interna- Honest, Cal, he's awful nice, and he unaided.
announcement that Walter Camp had tional clearing-house for. all the new says I can write to you every day.
chosen three members of the 1922 Var- ideas which the world evolves each You're nice too. I know lots of nice ANOTHER HISTAKE CORRECTED
sity eleven for places on his an- year. things about you but I won't tell, (Detroit Free Press)
nual All-American gridiron selections, That such an institution is possible 'cause I'm afraid you will publish my Among all of the strange, instruc-60E
Harry Kipke, captain-elect of the is proved by the success of what has letters. But if you see me, say hello- tive and interesting bits of informa- E
1923 team, as halfback on the first se- been called a "national super-univer- you'll know me 'cause I'm tion that came out of the meeting o
lection; the late Bernard Kirk as end sity"; namely, the recent meeting in . EVE. the American Association for the Ad- E f+* .L
on the second gelection, and Irwin C. Cambridge of the American Assocla- P. S. He says he isn't so ticklish as vancement of Science it is probable a Is oNUI
lUteritz as quarterback on the third tion for the Advancement of Science. he used to be - he's got one less rib, that nothing attracted more attention
I' h t' ll fil ill 1 i1117161681 11 iil liillflllllill lililliI1 119 11E1l l i I l~l lll11 11 i111iilI111111611I
team. As has always been the case At this meeting representatives of I'm that. than Professor's Strattons discovery
when one man, no matter how high his nearly every department of knowledge * that red does not anger a bull. A red
standing in his chosen field, attempts were present and offered valuable DEAR CAL: On my way down from flag he says has no greater tendency
to advance his opinion in the face o contributions to Science and Art. God's country (nobody else wants it) to get on the nerves of bos taurus than 0
opposition from the rest of his fel-I Somewhat of an approach was thus I met an old friend -on the Pullman. a yellow flag or one that bears the
lows, Mr.' Camp's choices have met made to the ideal of the super-uni- fie was more or less (mostly more) green of his beloved pastures. Blue,
with general and widespread criti- versity, with a faculty composed of all under the well known influence of said to be dear in the eyes of the busy
cism. the researchers, inventors, and think- spirited liquids and just at the point bee, blue the symbol of innocence, the
We have no quarrel with Mr. Camp's ers in the world, and a student body of doing something decidedly dras color of calm skies and the eyes of
judgment; the difficulties, almost the composed of every man, no matter tic. I cautiously advised him to Love, will make a bull lower his head
physical impossibility of choosing a what his race, creed ,or financial stat- heave his lunch in the proper place. and snort just as quickly as the fa--
team that would meet with unanimous j us, who Is interested in the progress He looked at me with a sardonic and orite hue of a revolutionary commun-
favor are too well realized. It is the of learning. snster grin and hissed, "Heave m' ist. ill N
system of choosing these teams, ade- To extend the scope of such a uni- lunch. What'n hell do you think I Perhaps the communists will take P
quate and perhaps efficient twenty versity to cover the entire civilized bought it for?" this as proof that a bull knows more = FaThisoIslA
years ago when the game was playe world is naturally somewhat difficult; GORILLA. than an average capitalist, but Pro- This Is A
on a much smaller scale than at pres- we cannot, nevertheless, call it imI * * * fessor Stratton's remarks on the sub- -
ent, that needs a general revision and possible. And assuredly, the greatest WE found the Chimes Salesmen more jest seem to indicate that a bull rea-
new foundation'. Mr. Camp's system effort should be made to realize the than usually annoying today. ly does not know one color from an-
is \ simple one on the face of things. plan, inasmuch as the world is sadly Having vaulted from our couch at other. He does not respond to colors?- a T
Ile sees as many of the big teams in in need of some means for the disin- 7:50 for our eight o'clock, and and if he takes after a lady with a red T osr S ay led N h ts i
action as is possible from the first terested pursuit and unbiased presen- Arroven on the Campus at 8:06, may parasol and forces her into an undig-
week of October until the last week tation of truth. In the social and po I be roasted nified scramble over the fence it is=and
of November. He sees at the most a litical sciences, particularly, is there In a peanut wagon not because of the red but because
dozen games during this time; prob- a perilous lack of definite knowledge. If this benighted son of Belial didn't the parasol was a strange sight in his'-CarrynM eBakeTo M yCawolinl
ably seven or eight of these in the Guesses, half-truths, and prejudices' BUTTON*HOLE me, eyes which would have been equally
east, two or three in the middle west, abound, to breed distrust and *trite. Yes, Buttonhole me, by Janis, and provocative if it had been of some
and the rest in the south. In addition Most of our ills are due to ignor- exhibit his miserable and other color.__
to his Personal observation he has an ance - a statement we repeat until Thrice cursed wares. So science shatters another illusion
elaborate scouting system among the it is hackneyed, yet on which we fail "Can you change a ten?" We tried to bat it is safe to say that nobody will EYou Gave Me Your Heart
coaches of the country who make re- to act. But now, faced with the ruin bluff him. 1abandon the comparison "like a reeGe=
ports to him on the outstanding i lay- of society unless we do away with "Sure," was his fawningly eager flag to a bull" merely because a pro-I
ers in their various localities. It is suspicion and ignorance, we must be- .comeback, along of business of fessor from California finds it to be
the result of the combination of these gin to strive after truth and co-opera- fishing. meaningless.
two methods that is given to the tion. Where better than by an inter- "Oh, I forgot, I'm a subscriber," was_______
country each year as THE ALL- national agency such as tfhe super-, - our unconvincing counter. A prince of Portugal is now sell- 4

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