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{ head up and says wahhhh, where it is....
mnost obvious, and causes us the most
_nnyance. It is the finesse of being j CAMPUS OPINION
OFFIUIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE decent. Of being well mannered. It_ ___
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN is an ability to practice those niceties EUNDAY IS ADAYEditor, The Michigan Daily:
Published every morning except Monday of courtes which make for the dis OF REST When a freshman starts into col-
during the University year by the Board in tinctions between men and boors.
Coto fSuetPublications. lege, the life is so novel and the
Centr f Stde~ P t .Respect, courtesy oseem to have DEAR CAL: In Friday's Ghitrib (W.
Member of Western Conference Editorial small acreage indeed in the garden in Gt phthins to be learned are so numerous
Associaion1. which we sow so bountifully.; G. N.) we noticed a photograph of the thnst;elane r onmru
A________.__hh_______s_____tpark_._;that he acquires knowledge and a
e What about it? Nothing much, new improvements at the Cub's p r
Thie Associates; Press is exclutsively en-. broadened vision with a rapidity that:
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probably, but a tittle less promiscu-tgn mCInLeelero ievew'}ir
ous cussing on the streets; the small Is a relative of Alfred. We inspected Is astounding. Each successive year,
matter of precedence into buildings however, finds him learning things n
being a heritage from Sir Raleigh, to thei e closely and feellsuret a decreasing degree until the senior
the ladies; an added courtesy to age, a relative because it has all the year of college, and very frequently
even though we think it damned by ear marks of Alfred's family. But the junior year, finds large numbers of{ -
professorial cloak, the occasional In- male or female? Alas, we could not students who are anxious to leave
dication of a difference in standing by arrive at any conclusion on this university life and get out into the upon by his friends until he shows
the se f si th aboitin ofine- rworld where they can work and imrpovement.
the use of sir; the abolition of nci- point. Ecen our marvelous powers dManyfaults which are fast develop-,
vility while visiting professors in jstudy .
their offices and a general growing of deduction (apologies to Sir Ar- There comes a time n almost evey ing into characteristics and entering
Therefoe we, ,IInto his personality are in this way
out of the idea that it pays or is cute( thur) availed us not. Therefore we, thinking student's university career
to swagger and be hard and - well, as self-appointed guardians of te when he feels at a standstill and be- corrected. If the man had been tal-
just that for a started. public health, ask of you to furnish us comes anxious to step beyond the
with the following details regarding bounds of daily assignments and get shortcomings and given a serious talk,
FOUND: A GOLDEN ERA our friend in Chicago: sex; age; into the atmosphere of real research,
Probably, one of the most signifi- NAME. To such students the upper years of resented the suggestions and . have
cant contributions to the field of Thankng you profusely in advance- our present college curricula make made no effort whatsoever to turn
archaeological research of recent dec- GORILLA 'little appeal, and the only resort over a new leaf. - ,
ades was the unearthing by Egyptol- SARCOPHAGUS seems to be in the world where they! Tiener fulin in ough
ogists last month oft the tomb of King 1 ATTILA may hide themselves and study to thetcarouextes:ineseinfora
Tutankhamen, pharoah of the eigh- Mcextent that they feel inclined to do.
teenth dynasty. This act marked the How long is it going to take ou productive of good results,and many
I that you flatter these rolls extremely. . . i . ' . a successful college man will attrib-
culmination of more than thirty years We have never posed as an eminent American universities to realize that
of endvavoreandoiedofaimportancentoute much of his success to the fact
of endeavor, and is of importance to they are not meeting the demands of
authority on steam-shovels, (so -help, that his weak points. were so unmer-
the modern world in thiat it brought= ithatrhis weaktpoents werewsohunmer-
g us God!). We know only one, hight a group of students who wish to b cifully pointed out to him time after
to light certain facts concerning early thinkers? The very inconsistency of
Alfred, who i our friend and who tetime that he naturally threw them off
Egyptian art and civilization which blows his whistle in recognition as the consistency of our present method
formerly had been both unknown and canont but be discouraging to those
we pass by. they would have given him.
little .suspected. Our only dope is this: Alfred is a who have a higher idea of study than
In the various anti-chambers of the that it is merely the act of memor- G o
he-shovel b)ecaiuse -"tie President re-1 Got something for sale, A "Daily"
tomb were found tapers of a beauty izing facts. Oe of the arguments l find it-Adv
.of construction seldom since equal- cerredto m thus at the pre-Xmas that is given in favor of the present ___Da__y____ _.-_
convocation. i ht-__
led, almost every variety of precious . system is that. it teaches the value or
e We refer your question to the cam-
stone, royal couches richly gifted ancti routine and consistency. Some of us
ornamiented, and robes transcending s m fail to see the possibility of consistent DETROiT UNITED LINE$
in splendor those of Louis XIV. Any- i study in any subject when we are Ann A'bor and Jackson
thing like a complete account of the 7 ; force: to 'indertake snatches from two
beauty and significance of all the ob- Now 0 Years i This Hell-hole or three sbjects or mre in one eve- (Eastern Standard Time)
iNow 20 years in this world breathing, i .s Detroit Limited and Express Cars-
jects discovered cannot be given 'e.ening. 6:oo, a.m., 7:0o a.m., 8:oo a.m., f4: 5
h leale-exhale,iuhale-lexhale,o a.m. and hourly to 9:5 P.m.
here, but the unusual position of the Happily my meals beginning, joyously We are told that we are expected Jackson Express Cars (local stops
tomb coupled with the orderly ar- to go beyond our textbooks. That is west of Ann Arbor)---9:47 a.m., and
ou te atril odymy first songs singing ievery two liours to'9:47 p.m.
'lgementisf to beiv tha ty else sould singg 'very good advice, but will the propon- ev Local Cars East Bound-7 :bo a.m.
led scientist's to believe that the (sI ents of such ideas tell us where the a'd every two hours to :o0 p. m.
tomb was undisturbed by the robbers I now present myself a young man ui:oo p.m. To 'Ypsilanti only-ili:4o
by a i c wo all who will trust me for a a is coming from for this addition-Cpm., :s a.
and inspectors who destroyed so a research? A shrug of the should- o Saline-Change at Ypsilanti.
drink. Local Cars West Bcund- 7:5o a.m.,
much of the archaeological value in That you who have tobacconists' ers and the reply that fewer outside 12;1 c.m.
the other Pharaonic sepulchers. This Tt s activities and more time spent on To cson a ,aazo7L2:4
hearts may not vertigo as the ited cars 8 :47, 10:4,7 a.m., 12:47, 2:47,
would tend to explain why this tomb studies will bring about the desired 4:47 p.m.
contains so many interesting speci- elevator goes To Jackson and Lansing-Limited at
manyg s 'reult-Asour nly saisfatio. g47 p.m.
Up and up and up and UP!
mens not found in the others. 'Till hot and breathless stop the That does not hit at the heart of
As a result of this discovery most , the question. IIn most cases . at the
a iet thighest peak, dishevelled yet notthe ceInoosticsesrastnt
authorities are i accord that the . present time our proportion of a - 1923 JANUARY 1923
imperial age of Egypt far from be- outside the movie censorship, Itivities are of as much value as the 1 2 3 4 5 8
We regard each other and laugh,( who!7 S ?
ing a period of barbaric splendor Wesubjects that are taught. Why should 7 8 9 10 11 2n 13
eclipsed in aesthetic refinement even wouldn't)t ywe give up activities when a little dir- 1 7 8 9
such periods as the Italian renais- And . go nattyr with youth.. ....eietdvsoofurtneppry 21 22 23 24 25 28 2
We With the Itching Palms ferent division of our time, properly 28 29 30 31
sance and the Golden age of Pericles.thought out and planned for in ad- We do all kinds of Cleaning
sancofthandemthel Goldent agealofnand icloeki
This is a big statement to make, but Out of the seemingly (but not actual- nce, can undioubtedly i mog of hats at
if true it represents a fitting tribute ly) meaningless confusion they sancsacanry ndlsultsethangthe rnila- low prices for HIGH CLASS
are coming. tsatrreutthntexc-!"WORK,
to what has been done by archaeolg sion of outside interests under our
toad ne-I am one of them, you bet-sonfouiditessudror FACTORY HAT STORE
.gists in recent years towards inter, ne jte, o bt present program? ~
gpehh ertn ftsit ecfeaicb One of the new race who will dare pres617 Packard Street Phone 1792
preting the life of archaic peoples by IThe average student's. course is --
mean ofthe iscveres tey ave preach the destruction of the___________________
means of the discoveries they have supposed to include fifteen hours or
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Display All-Day"Sunday at the

Hotel Whitoey
Room 31
Call Jhm Bowlby for Appointment

If you have any Second-Hand


We will buy them

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Kenneth Seickr
i;eorgc Rockwood
Perry M. ,Hayden
Eugene ?G. Dunne
WnL. Graulich, Jr.
John C. Haskiny
C. L. Putnam
E. D. Armantrout
Herbert W. Cooper
Wallace Flower
William K.- Reid.. Jr.

Allan S. Morton
James A. Dryer
W in. H. Good
Clyde L. Hagerman
Howard Hayden
Henry Freud
Herbert P. Bostick
D. L. Pierce
Clayton Purdy
J. B. Sanzenbacher
Clifford Mitts

334 S. State St.




Edward B. Riedle Ralph Lewright made.
Harold L. Hale Philip Newall
Wm. D. Roesser
Students on returning from an en-
trancing two weeks of hilarious, care-f
SUNDAY, JANUARY 7, 1923 free, vaationing looked into the face
-- t of a reality which coukld bardly be
Night Editor-JOHN P. DAWSON called pleasant, when they consulted
their calendars and discovered that
A RECENT IOVIE MOVE final examinations were only three
Whether the public tired of super- weeks away.
sophisticated photoplays , or whether -At this time of the year with the
the producers themselves decided it end of the semester looming up in the
s near future, with no great social event
was time to reform, is a matter of1;
question. Nevertheless, the mostI except the J-Hop to think about, and,
t cI(with football season over, college life

buaenr ounciis, wno win raze
theWes Hllsof hi wold la classroom work a week for which he
t t is entitled to fifteen hours of credit
there may be Building Programs, at the end of the semester. Does
in Hades;+
SWe with the itchings; that imply that all those courses
te cir oueithg palms who jerk must run throughout the semester?
the chairs outf rm under the t hy is it not possiblento divide a
grand-ams o Arttwenty-week semester into five per-I
We who scrawl on tie walls of the iods of four weeks each. In each of
out-houses of Ete nity, these five divisions intensive sbtudy
We who are chased, caught and could be placed entirely on one sub-
spanked, - ject. Classes could be conducted
i We who are unspankable and immor- from 9 o'clock in the morning until
* a --noon. There would still be time for
We with the itching palms. diversion in outside activities At the
I came same time the student's main thought
I ._- a . would be centered on some particular

The dinner feature tod y
is chicken, superbly roast-
ed and stuffed with the
tastiest dressing- imagin-


widely 'advertised screen features or Because Iliad ,a date ° --
th attomnh aesond-assumes a. more drab, workaday sWhyu- subject. He would do more than mem-
the past two months have shown de-t With you.--
clean-up p - t It is at this period of the year p.orize facts. He would undoubtedly be-
cidedly the effects of a clanupct. Icae
when more students become dissatis- gin to contribute valuable thoughts on
"Back Home and Broke", with Tom fled than at any other time; it is at I saw the subject he was studying because
Meighan, "Oliver Twist", starring this time of the year when many or You as you were he would have an opportunity to con-
Jackie Coogan, and Harold Lloyd's them decide to discontiue their col- Touching up your lips - centrate on it. Probably the greatest
latest, "Dr. Jack", are three films re- lege careers. . I cause of superficial thinking is the
freshing in their decency, the kind However, this season of lack-lustre, I slinconsistency of our modern life
that children may sit through with- i routine life does more for the col- I left I which prevents serious contemplatIon
out asking questiqns. Even "Lorna legan than e is likely to realize. It rned suff and concentration.
Doone", although Blackmoor's adnir- tests his grit. A great truth is broughM Makes me sick! In the case of longer or shorter
ers 'should sue the producer for mass- home to m Any students when they are I left courses variations in the means of
acring his charming romance, was made to appreciate the fact that life * * handling them could easily be worked
successful at least in'avoiding any ob- is a variegation of the more colorful I Aout.
scenities. Douglas Fairbanks in th the less colorful periods,all day for Mr. Life of the American Perhaps this suggestion is an im-
sce iti s. Dou la Farb nks inLife, I begin to drowse_ _ _ possible absurdity, but it is an obvi-.
"Robin Hfood'' presents a delightful that both must be regarded as paral ife ei odos osbe budtbti sa b
version of the old story in a fresh lel necessities. i ous fact that our colleegs are not
The pre-examination period is a ' what they should be, and some ade-
and clean manner.. I Im dreaming of you in a heathen
When one harks back to the fea- season of work. Industry is in theI igloog y quate means must be found soon if
ture films of less than a year ago stor- air, And-the student who answers the t we do not expect our juniors and sen-
ies of unfaithful wives, of immoral challenge by keeping so busy that he r iors to continue to waste two years of
sadldoes not even notice a possible varuune(,ime
flappers, of divorce courts;scandals,desrthnocialactivitiesi pp Of a cowboy so grand with a rope in vauable time.
overly-rich settings, and underly- dearth in social activities is the happyI his hand J. A. B., '24.
gowned women are immediately es one. He is happy because he is at, On a horse driving steers in a
tablished, in connection with them. work, accomplishing that for which pound
he has been sent to college. He has
Salaciousness was advertised, andlehabensttoclg.Heaspud
faaiuns a detsd n spent most of the autumn season in-, EDITORIAL COMMENT
immoralities were accepted because' sn m Of a man with a nose for, how queer-
the pictures claimed to teach a moral dulging in collegiate festivities which Itgrows,
will later be the source of priceless! lyAZtGgrows,
esso. somerwilladoubereveriescds.Nowhe You will see I am right, I am sure, RAZZING AS A SPORT
Ferliaps some will doubt that this rvre n eiicne.Nwh When I say it is fat like the head of (Ohio State Lantern)
form of photoplay is any less preva- is lending his attention to mastering Asyaea (ho Sas Latery
a rat- Anyone who bias spent several years
lent today. There may be one or two definite facts, which will give him a Near the point it is terribly poor. around colleges knows the tendency
still coming out here and there, but on basis upon whch to work when he of the students to frankness in poInt-
the whole productions have changed, leaves school. He cannot escape find- Of the MICHIGAN staff for whose in our laults, though it is always
and the featured pictures invite us ing pleasure in doing the practical benefit done in an inoffensive way. Yet there
for pure and clean entertainment, thng. Of my time has been uselessly is much real good accomplished by,
Again, possibly the public is to re- spent;the talks in which a man is "razzed"
When the weather man saw that
ceive credit for this change, or per- Whn e a For mhm a tet;
or. . Prr y ripms sol keenT and all that by everyone present.


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haps the recent scandals at Holly- no one sprinled asnes on the campus
wood has led to a clean-up can- walks, he took matters in his own
naign in nictures as well as else- hands and sprinkled more snow on

they mean
To the wastebasket always are
ca.t 4

Generally the one undergoing the;
ordeal, if it can be called such, takes
it onnd-nanurelv and thinks littlenf


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