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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE
UIYEU$ITY OF MICHIGAN
blished every- morning except Monday
ag the University year by the Board in
rol of Studert Publications.

Member of Western Coference Fditorial
Association,
The Associated Press is- exclusively en-
titled to the use for republication of all
news dispatches. credited to it or not other
wise credited in this paper and the local
news published therein.
Entered at the postoftice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan, as 'second class matter.
Subscription by carrier or mail. $3 0.
Offices:et.Ann Arbor Press Building, May-
nard Street.
Phones: Editorial, 2414 and 176-M; Busi-
ness. 060.
Communications not to exceed Soo words
Of1 signed, the 'signature, not necessarily to
appear in print, but as an evidence of faith,
and notices of events will be published in
The Daily at the discretion of the Editor, if
ltft at or mailed to The Daily office. Un-
signed communications will receive no 0on-
sjderation. No manuscript will be returned
unless the writer encloses postage.The lDaily
does not necessarily endorse the sentiments
expressed in the communications.
EDITORIAL STAFF
Telephones 2414 and 176-M
MANAGING EDITOR
MARION B. STA14LI
News Editor....,... .........Paul Watzel
City Editor.,...........James B. Young'
Assistant City Editor.. .....Marion K'er:
Isditoria1 Board Chairman.....E. R. Meiss
Night Editors-
Ralph Byers Harry Hoey
J. P. Dawson, Jr. J. E. Mack
I,. J. hershdorfer ILh C. Morigrty
kL. A. Donahue
Sports Editor..... .......F. H. McPike
Sunday Magazine Editor......Delbert Clark
Women's Editor..............Marion Koch
Humor Editor................Donald Coney
Confereive Editor.......... I. B. Grundy
rictorial Editor.............Robert Tarr
Music Editor..................E. H. Ailes
Editorial Board
Lowell Kerr Maurice Berman
Martin Klaver Eugene Carmichael

something more than his ordinary na-
ive bag of tricks to satisfy his audi-
ence.
The fast growing habit of bringing
English speakers to this country
seems closely akin to the custom of'
importing "Japanese prints" and
"Spanish lace". The stamp of impor-
tation has long been recognized as a
loosener of purse strings in this coun-
try.
England has a recognized group of
great orators but few of these who
are "induced" to speak in this coun-
try are members of this group. Even
those who have been brought to the
University during the present college
year have not won praise for their
oratory or the merit of their subjects.
Of a group of three orators the one.
American was by common assent the
best. Perhaps for domestic purposes
the Yankee speaks his own tongue

carnate proof of the soundness of the
Bard of Avon's advice when he said,
"Then happy low, lie down;
Uneasy lies the head that wears the
crown."

DEDICATED TO
THE CULT OF
THE INDIPOHDI
CALIGULA AT THE TPYEWRITERI
This, we thought, striking the keys,
First the one and then the other--
This is the life of a dog
And we spurn it.
It gets us up in the morning
And kee'ps us from our bed at night.
Because of it we cannot sleep in the

EDITORIAL COMMENT
IS THE WORLI (GROWING WORSE
(Purdue Exponent)
The expression is often heard that
the world is daily growing worse in-
stead of better, and to prove this
point the pessimist will cite the many
newspaper accounts of horrible
crimes and murders. This, however,
proves absolutely nothing, as the
truth of this matter is, that the news
of the day is more faithfuily chron-

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icled by the newspapers than ever be-
fore, and of necessity it includes the
evil deeds of the world along with the
other unusual happenings.!
There are, it is true, hideous crimes
committed in this dray and age thatl
rival those of the. Dark Ages in their
diabolic cruelty and fiendishness, but
these are much the exception and are
being istopped, and the offenders pun-
ished in most cases. If we delve back
into our histories we will soon realize

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Seven hundred letters will go out
tonight to all of the United States
stating, "I got my Hop ticket today.
Make plans accordingly."

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BUY YOUR
FOUNTAIN PENS AT

,ecture.

best.
HAROLD, HUMORIST
Harold O. Mega, like his famous
brother Carence, has achieved a wide
reputation for himself on the cam-
pus. His honors have been extended
to him because of h,s ability and tal-
ent as a humorist . You have probably
heard Harold's jocular quips in the
class room. If you are eagerly try-
ing to get the most important points
in a rather important lecture, Harold
always comes to the rescue, breaking
the monotony of the professor's talk
with a merry outburst of wit that is
bound to draw laughter from every-

We are driven to frantic 'searching,
and
Harrowing-up of unfrequented coigns
of our mind
Where the galoshes of stray thoughts,

And the gum-boots of suppresised de-
sires linger
And cower in the dark.
UT there is this:
0, a Sunday there is a happy feeing
BECAUSE

We DO 'NOT HAVE TO
COLYUMN! / *
*A *

GET OUT A

that we have nothing in the present
day that will compare with the Span-
3 'T*i ion" or the "Re~gn of Ter-
ror" in French history. Such timesj
cmli of the past.
The world is' undoubtedly growing
better when a period of years is con-
sidered. The graph certainly shows
a general! trend upward. There may
be slight fluctuations and dips in the
line at intervals but that does not
keep thegeneral direction from being
on the upgrade. The, world may have
just pr psed through one of these de-
pressed periods when people think of'
killing their fellow men, but sooner
or later we ivill climb back to our
former level, regain what little may

Our Own Tradition

DETROIT UNITED LINE$
Ann Arbor and Jackson
TIME TAB E
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars--
6:oo a.m., 7:0o a.m., 8:0o a.m., 9:o5
a.m. and hourly to 9:05 p.m.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops
west of Ann Arbor)-9 :47 a.mn., and
every two hours tO 9:47 p.m.
Local Cars East Bound-7:oo a.m.
ad every two hours to 9:oo p. m.,
1 :oo p.m. To Ypsilanti only-11 :40
p.m., 1:15 a.ml.
To Saline-Charge at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-7:5o a.m.,
12:1(t p.m.
To Jackson and Kalamazoo-Lim-
ited cars 8:47, 10:47 a.m., 12:47, 2:47,
4:47 P.m.
To Jackson and Lansing-Limited at
8:47 p.m.
1923 JANUARY 1923
1 2 3 4 5 6
8 9 10 11 12 13"
11 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 2, 25 26 27
28 29 30) 31
We do all kinds of Cleaning
and Reblocking of hats at
low prices for HIGH CLASS
WORK.
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Street Phone1792

It Costs No More for Our Competent Service

IDER'S PEN SHOP
30)8 S. STATE ST.

SKILLED REPAIRING

THE ONLY PEN MAKERS IN THE STATE OF MICHIGAN

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TRADITIONS seem to be
Undersigned suggest that a

the thing.
system of

Thelma Andrews
j. A. Byacon
Stanley M. Baxter
Dorothy Bennetts
Sidney Bielfield
R. A. Billington
Helen Brown
W. B. Butler
H. C. Clark
A. 3. Connable
Bernadette Cote
Evelyn I. Coughlin
Wallace F. Elliott
axwell Feaid
T. E. Fiske
AG P. Webbink
John 'Garl ighotuse

kssistants
Waltef S. Goodspeed
Portia Goulder
Ronald Halgrim
Franklin D .Hepburn
Winona A. Hibbard
Edward J.Higgins
Elizabeth Liebermann
John McGinnis
Samuel Moore
M. 'H. Prryor
W. B. Ra erty
Robert G. Ramsay
Campbell Robertson
J. W. Rurwitch
Soil J. Schnitz
W., H. Stoneman
Frederic G. Telmos
l'hllj)Ip . VWagner

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BUSINESS STAFF
Telephone 960
BUSINESS MANAGER
ALBERT J-. PARKER
Advetisig.........John J. Hamel, Jr.
Advertising............ ..dward F. Conlin
Advertising..............Walter K. S.-herer
Copywriting...........David J. M. Paris
Accounts..............Lawrence H. Favrott
Circu~ation ....... ..Townsend 11. Wolfe
Publication..............L. Beaumont Parks

body in the room but the unapprecia-i
tive lecturer himself.
Harold is also the main cyclops of
the klan of Joy-kiilers. When the
beautiful heroine is shot by thej
treacherous villain (on the screen),
and the orchestra is playing sad,
mournful music, and your eyes are
moist, Harold always causes a re-
versal of emotion and a generous
round of applause with the statement
that the villain used Wank oartridges
in the scene of the shooting. Harold{
throws pennies at orchestras which
dispjSease him, shouting at the ;same
time "penny for your thoughts." He
usually enters his class late, so as to
give him opportunity for exploding his
mirth *bomb by turning to the angry
irptiructor and announcing in loud
voice, "Let the class begin." -
The campus is proud of Harold and
his wonderful family. His .sister,
Coedde, ha'i allowed us to extol her.
virtues in The Daily columns -- she
will be presented to her vast public
soon.
FOOD FOR FRESHMEN
Opportunity wilil be presented to the
freshmen at the end of this semester
for participation in campus activities.
Th3 should be viewed enthusiastical-
ly by the class of '26, and the inter-
vening time may well be spent by the1
yearling in considering his aptitude
for the various fields offered. Athlet-
its, publications, and dramatics pro-
vide a necessary outlet for surplus en-!
thusiasm, and the training received in
these activities will directly or indi-

toques suitable
cream-coloredn
Instructors-
elongated nubb
Assistant pro
vermilion nubb
Associate pro
fireman's helm

tinctive heaa ; e a r
and uggste 1',.tHave been lost and continue the up-
and suggested VI it ward march.
colors:w
Teaching assist -
ants-Old rose with G ANE S
nubbin on top.
Same colors, but with (Cornell Sun)
in. The practical disadvantages of the
fs-P um color with two-term system of collegiate instruc-
in -tion are particularly evident during
fs-Woolen collapsible the present period, that between the
t.

for faculty wear be
inaugurated. Under-
signed is crazy over
the idea. Following
is a picture of dis-
tinrtixo h artcr d a

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Kenneth Seick
George Rockwoo
Perry M. Hayde
Eugene ,. Dunn
Wn. Graulich, 3
John C. Haskin,
C. L. Putnam
E. D. Armantroi
Herbert W. Coo
Wallace Flower
William 14. Reid
Edvward B. Ried
Harold L. Hale
Wm. D. Roesse

Assistants
Allan S. Morton
d James A. Dryer
n Wm. H. Good
it Clyde L. Hagerman
r. Howard Hayden
Venry Freud
Herbert P. Bostick
ut D, L. Pierce
per Clayton Purdy
1. B. Sanzenbacher
i. Jr. Clifford Mitts
le Ralph Lewright
Philip Newall

WEEK BEGIN. SHUBERT MATINEES
Tomorrow Tuesday
( onday) C IAIThursday
:TAN. m15HIA,'Saturday
OPPOSITE CADILLAC HOTEL PHONE MAIN 7790
TONIGHT - LAST TIME: "NICE PEOPLE"
THE
COMPANY
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The C/are Kummer Vigorous Melodrama'

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SUNDAY, JANUARY 14, 1923 rectly, be used to good advantage. j
Night Editor-JULIAN ELLIS MACK Everyone desires to get the most
out of his undergraduate days and it
IN A WORTHY CAUSE is also true that our own benefits will
Charity is a two-faced animal. One be in direct proportion to our efforts.
Student activities furnish inaluable
farc scwlsandgivs, he othr media for meeting new men: on a new

smiles and gives. The first belongs to {
the individual who groans whenever
he s asked to contribute to some I
cause that is truly deserving, and
who "comues across" with the spirit
of a victim surrendering his posses-
sions to a highwayman. The other
reasons and considers whenever he is
asked. to make a donation, and if in
his opinion the cause is justifiable, he
gives what he can spare, sometimes
at a personal sacrifice.
The Student Christian association,
which commences a three-day cam-
paign Tuesday to raise the much-°
needed sunm of $4,000, will not have
to convince the second of the two in-
dividuals above described that the
purpose is a worthy one, for he is
acquainted with the many beneficial'
functions which the organization per-
forms. It is the other person, how-
ever, who will be difficult to persuade,
but let him pay a visit to Lane hall;
where the S C. A. is housed, and see
for himself the wonderful work which
is being undertaken there and he will
soon appreciate the value of a body
such as this is.
The S. C. A. is not asking for funds
to decorate its building or to raise
salaries, but rather for the unselfish
purpose of securing sufficient money
to "carry on' next year in an even
better manner than it has this year.
The worthiness of such a cause is not
easily denied.
ON SPEAKING ENGLISH

basis and the value of a wider ac-1
quaintance is evident.
Along with consideration of per-
sonal advantages, the following is al-
so to be considered 1by those who are
satisfied with an egotistical delight in
inertia. 'The various sports and pub-
lications of the University require
constant upbuilding of personnel and
it is the duty of every freshman to rp-
ceive training now so that he may
eventually carry on the work as an
upperclassman. It is essential that
the activities be given whole-hearted
support and this cannot be accom-
plished by holding aloof. The class of
'26 will soon have its chance to mean-
ure up with its predecessors and
prove that it is not burdened with the
ancient dogma, "Let George 'Did It,"
It . is, only by the co-operation ofdrdi-
vidulal effort that the high standards
of Michigan activities will be main-
tained. Well-rounded and well-direct-~
ed effort will determine the successful
man.
CONSTANTINE OF GREECE
Thursday morning in the city of
Palermo, Sicily, was ended one of the
stormiest careens in European royal-'
ty when Constantine, former king of
Greece, died unexpectedly. One year
the undisputed hero of a million
Greeks, the next a lonely, despised,
and exiled monarch, Constantine's
life was an excellent instance of "what
infinite heart-eape must kings neglect
which private men enjoy". Twice he

Professors - violet; visor, pale cl'ice of the Christmas holidays, and
mauve (no nubbin). the end of the first semester. These
anitors-Blue denim, nubbin of difficulties are repeated, in a lesser
white lamb's-wool. degree, between the spring recess and
President Burton - Nothing - he the June examinations, and again, at
doesn't need it, that time, the three-term system,
Would suggest that for. convenience which has advocates both in the fac-
in identification grad. students who ulty, and among the .studento, seems
are also members of the teaching infinitely superior.
staff wear first their cap of special Students invariably underestimate
design, signifying their faculty rat-. the amount of work they have to do
ing and then on top of that wear the between Christmas and the final ex-
usual postgraduate toque. aminations, and overestimate the time
arch, lurch afforded in which to complete it. He-
*Confirms suspicion. turnig as- they do from .the more or,
* * * less hectic and fatiguing two weeks
SSnowball in Orcus of vacation, they are confronted with
blocks of prelims, severa: term re-
(rw ay ericn)dports only just started, or not started
There was a young soph'more named Ot al'l, outside reading reports neglect-
RHe'siice. ed to date, and review -for the final
Hes ates so da' w n I examinations all in a period of about
He skates so kaam' wel onrthe
three weeks.
He could skate right to Hell. The thought of the work to be done
Don't publish this poem-it's not nice. may rest, like is pall, over the stu,
I. BETTIE WOOD. mo
dent'A holiday; be may be compel-
* *i E ed to work at home, under conditions
This Collich Education far from conducive to accurate, satins-
"Well, well," said the rhetoric in- factory study; or he may even return
atructor, strolling into Hill for the to Ithaca early, or leave late, in an ef-
Castle debacle, "I see all the co-eds fort to mnake up lost time. 11n any case,
have turned out to a man!"' unless he be an exceptional under-
graduate, the work of the last three
"BILL WOULD PREVENT weeks is always too hurried, too la-
MOCKING OF PASTORS" bored, and too great in amount, to be
-News Head., satisfactorily completed This is of
Do not giggle when your preacher course, his own fault, but human na-
Chants at you in ho'y tones ture being what it is, the conditions
Or your levity may cost you which obtain are those to be ex-
Thirty days or fifty bones. I pected.
On the other side of the ledger, we
When his pious incantations Efind that the college year might easily
Seem to ou like tommy-rot 4e divided into three semesters, end-
And you want to raise objections ing with the Christmas and spring
Think again: you'd better not. ;holidays, and the cloise of the second
term. All the work of each term
You must listen reverently would be completed during an unin-I
To the sacerdotal chaff, terrupted stay at Ithaca, the work of
But retire into your closet ' the term reviewed, the reports hand-
If you feel youre going to laugh. ed in, and 'the examinations taken, be-
fore each of three recesses. Students
There's a bill to protect preachers 'would leave for home prepared to
Though they be egregious asses; have an enjoyable time, with no
Let's have one good laugh together I thought of work on their minds, and
Right away before it passes return without having to make up
LORD HELPUS- belated work, and cudgel their brains'
* * * to remember facts driven from their
DEAR CAL: .. .. ... .... . .:......minds by their holiday experiences.
If a girl smiled at you; as she did, Undouibtedy, many objections would
And you smiled aback; as I did, be raised. From the students, oppo-
And you went up to talk to her; as sition would grow up because of the
I did, threat to Junior Week. From the Fac-
I And she packed you in cracked ice; ulty, tradition and precedent, and the
as she did, work of reorganizing courses, would,
Wouldn't you deduce from this that I muster many into the forces of the
she's a co-ed, I opposition. Nevertheless the advan-
and that she's a sister of the guy who tages are patent.
stole a One member of the faculty recently
dime out of a %lind man's cup; as 1 stated that undergraduates might
did? wrork the change, did they so desire.
LOOP LIZARD Whether or not student sentiment fav-
5 * a' or the three-term system seems to
Some verdlammte magazine adver- be a fit question to be taken up by
tises an article on "How Frank Crane the proper organ of student govern-
Developed His Brain." nCent, the Student Council. The ulti-
h k hmate decision would rest with the fac-
Some has been kidding hi! ulty, and the Council, should it find
* * ~ he undergraduate body in favor of
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ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
Schednle in Effect October 18, 1922
Central Tie (Slow Time)
D XX D
ti 1. A.M. P.M. P.M.
3:45 7:45 Adrian ... 72:45 8:45
1'.15 :15...Tecumseh :.12:1s 815 j
4:30 8:30 - Clinton .... 12:00 8:00
5:t5 9:15 .. Saline 11. m:15 7:15
5:45 9:45 Ar nn Arbor4. 10:45 :45
(Court Io.~ Square) A. M,
D-Daily. X-Daily except Sundays
'and 1-lolidays. Friday and Saturday special
bus for studrnts leaves Adrian 1:45. leaves E
Ann Arbor 4:45.
JAMES H. LLLIOTT, Proprietor
trP onc 946-M Atrian, M ich.
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WEEK OF JAN. 25TH--"THE RIDDLE WOMAN"

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,, These little articles are what make a bath-
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ing bathroom fixtures you'll find here a
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Many of the habits of the native was compelled to resign froi his
Englishman are at once puzzling and throne amid the elamour of his scoun-
often a source of amusement to his trymen shouting "away with hirn,
American cousin. His use of the Eng- away with him".
lish language especially is sometimes Constantine passed across the stage
miade to appear the subject of popu- of European affairs at & time when the
lar humor. But whitl:e the American country he ruled Was the cock-pit of

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