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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1192,

ICIAL N~EWSPAPER Of THE
UNIYERISITY OF MICHMIAN
iblshed every morning except Monday
g the University year by the Board in
ol of Studient Publications.
mbers of Western Conference Editorial
ciationl.
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ted in this paper and the local news nub
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iigan, as second clans matter. Special ratet
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discretion of the Editor. Upon requt.st,
identity of communicants will be
ed as confidential.
EDITORIAL STAFF-{
Telephonles, 2414 ant 176-M1
AANAGING EDITOR
BARRY D. HORY

the French viewpoint, nothing cool(S
be more logical nor more justifiable!
than to pour into Germany and at-
tempt to take by force of arms what
the Germans had promised to give.
The move was as natural to the French
nation as arguments are among smallIt
boys-and just about as well thought

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ROOSEVELT ON THE LEAGIL'E
To the Editor:
You will, I hope, give me the op-
portunity to reply to Professor Men-

THE BETTER GRADE

The way we know spring is here is

Iout.

And what have been the conse- because3 we
quences? France and Belgium, after terday and
considlerable loss of life, after keep- ing happene
ing thousands of her best young Men! i-eswest
in military service (luring the mostI
critical period in all her economiic his- ter that, w.
tory, after months of coaselcss bick-,
ering and guerrilla warfare, has not?1
securedt enough from the occupied ter- Cr afty Ie
ritor~y to put the enterprise on a pay- ed with til
ing basis. Even Poincare hiimself is sends in th
beginning to see the error of his wvays. ared, but es
and is veering around to a new poli- ' terday'8 stuf
cy. Th~le feeble support which his gov-
ernuient has been getting of late
shows only too well what the French wic
people think about it. ageds
{And what has the occupation done Iton Jay Co
to Germany. it has given her an ec- D o you w:
onomic setback which It will require I anese scho
years to overcome. It has given her of Sabbath
newly-organiz&ed government -- which m lon at the{
is at least a step in the difrection of ( er were
democracy--problemis which would~ dressed as1

the day before and noth-
led. ;soon the great neck-,
ather will be here-and ao-
xhat?
'di~E PUBLICITY
:rb Jump, who is connect-
he Congregational Church
le following-a little su~g-
,sentially the same as yes-
uff about the 'Ensian.
Ann Arbor,
.h is one hundred years
at the banquet this week
als:
want to hear what one Jap-
)ol boy did last evening
Day? I saw a movie ser-
sCongregatlonal church and
no girls in it that were'ut
they ought to be.

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efee's criticisms ofI my reference tc
Roosevelt in the recent debate. Ac-
cording to him, my statement "may
give the impression to those whco
would be inclined to follow Roosevelt;
that he was against the League of Na-
tions, whereas the facts are dccided-
ly to the contrary," and to sulpport
this he cites an editorial by Moose-!
velt in the Independent ' of Jan. 4
1915, (note the dlate) in which he adl-
vocates a league to put full strength
bank of the enforcement, of treaty oh-
ligations and behind the decrees o~
an international court.
Mr.' Wilson, as we remember, on
hisi speaking tour for his Covenant
(which occurred. after Roosevelt's
death when no authorized person
could reply) vainly attempted to show
that Roosevelt supported his Coven-
ant upon the basis of a New York
Times editorial of 1914.
. twill cite. statements by Ttoose-
v elt published' within three months of
his death. The visionary leaigue of
Niations was then foreshadowed in Mr
Wilson's Fourteen Points and in
sonme of his addresses. These sta 4e-
inents can be found in, "The Great Ad
venture, Present-Doy Studies in Aur
Ae-ican Nationalism," Scribn ers, 1 916=
(Fureword dated Nov. r', -and iu
"Roosevelt in the I -in;as City S-tar
War-Time Editorials by T heodtor(
Roosevelt," 1Iloughton Miff hi- Co.
1921.
"W .n to sl: s a s e hl vare ready to join any league to en -
force peace or, similar organization
which' offers a likelihood of in sum(
measure lessening the number and thi
area of future wars, but only on con
jdition that in the first lIace we dr

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Editor---------J. tG. tarlinghouse
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y C. Clark f'. M. Wagner
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ay Ma.gazine Editor....... N. L. Tiden
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tor Michigan New Bureau.. R., A. Ramsay
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An~drew Proppel
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Bernadette Cote Hyde Perce
G. W. Da /islReeina Reichmim s
Q! rold E.hrlicb Fdrnarie Schrouoler
T, P. Henry C. A. Stevens
I~Janning Ilouseworth NN. It1 S'oiwan
.othy Karnn 14.. R Stone
Lilias Kendall Marie Reed
~oseph Krugtr N. R. 'Pe~al '.
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P'RIDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 19:4
Night Editor-HARRY C. CLARK

give sleepless nights to one lnuch morc The honorable officers of the Nip-.
seculre. It has caused the suould- lopon cluA were giving demonstration
Bring dislike of the Germans for ev- of jiujutsu at the young woman's as-
erything French to break out into a sociation of Ypsi Normalh College, scc
veritable volcano of hate. no meeting. of, the Nipponese was had
And now, after all these months in Ann Arbor. And biff! that sign
F'rance is ready to start all over i board that says nothing about cig-
again. She has grudgingly consented aiettes inl front of the Congregational
to abide by the decisions of the re- 1 church--the sign board you, Jay Coals
pai ations commilittee. In other words. looked at the day you did the flunk-
since arms have failed., she is' will-I told me that 'the .Ark and Na.j would
ing to take ai stab at arbitration-a not havean more the stude~s wlic
much~ safer and more sensible pro-.4v nted to save their money on -their
cedure, and one which wouldl have flbins. For a free chow was to. shined
been better in the first place.! at the church last night.
So I, little Yogo, did the steal in '
ENTH~RONING INTELLECT the church which was not so large
In an attempt to bridge the chasm) as my Buddhist temple hack in Tokio
which separates the student bode And on a piece of sheet they squirted
wiords telling bims to get their hats -off
from the University faculty, the S. C adtl.geeyoista yswr
I . has sponsored. a new movement tc :just as good as -ears to get religion
bring these.* two elements closer to- with. And we read more words out
gether and rectify a condition which loud that were written like prayer,,
precludes the formation of intimate and we sang songs that we couldn't
persnal ontat beweensee and then the hon. preacher named
persnalconactbeteenproessr Mitchell'told us things that were so

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EX'TEND A HAND.
'Today Michigan studcnts have an
opportunity to back a really w,)rttJ
while cause. .A drive which is na-
tion-wvide in *its scope and appeal is
11n,1inng its first appearance here this
morning to test the public 'interest
and time humanity of, the Michigan:
campjas. If provincial, a student w1-1
not -oitrihdite to the Student Frienti-
sliip fiand; if tar se~ug, he will re.-
ize that the aim of life, to attain hap-
pines, is perhaps best realized by
making others happy, and hie will not
miss this chance of multiplying- the
value ot his gift ten times intrinsical-
ly, anvd r" hundred times In the amount
ofi good] that It will bring.
To studcents, the appeal of those of
the same clays abroad should be all
Iportant. It is hard for Americans
to appreciate their condition, we whc
are i v ingr in the most bountiful agC
of material things that the world ha:
em.r seen. And yet on the other side
of the Atlantic are those who are
-striving for the same thing that an
American student seeks, the ability tc
know and to think, and have not ev-
en sufficient food and clothing to keen
them alive.
The mind cannot work when th
body is starving. Neither, can ignor-
ance come into European countrie.
Nithout effecting the whole world
Forty nations have realized this and
among them is America with the moss

and student. With its plan for the: and then the dark came and a movie
inauguration of small informal' dis- hummued for an hour, and not once
cussion groups under the leadershir (lid the man say damn in that movie
of faculty, members in tihe various and I said to Yamaguchi, who waE
fraternity houses operating, many: with mee, this is not half as' exciting
students who have never availed' as a lecture by big man Wenley.
thzemselves of the friendship and con- And I looked in ray book of the
Crdence of a professor will take ad- pocket,' and there was only one Can-'
vantage of this new opportunity. a.dian quarter in it that was not used
These associations cannot but pro- up for pop corn, and I put that quar-'
mote gmreater cooperation between fac- ter in with the green 'bills on the
ulty and student, amid will stimulate a plate, and I came away, and I said.
deep, r interest in those vital con-t Jay Coals must know of this place
siderations of university life that} where hie can get shows so cheap as
President Burton denotes as "Intel- r ice papem' in my country, and where
lectual, cultural, aesthetic, and spir- his hon. morals will not be smashed
itual values." In most instances theI by devil-words,.
i trends of student thought inside and I Aim,' for .Yellow and blue,
ioutside the lecture: hall or class roomni Hathicuticara Togo.
are quite different, and so long as this ***
attitude survives, so long will the per-' Just a water-logged, treacherous bit
s verted notion of the components of of wood-
t "college life" hamper the effi'ciency And into the brook they splashed.
Sof higher education. Intellectualism: Amid when they camne up, as they very
I1 can be developed into entertainment soon did
although the prevalent notion of plea- All thought,- of romance was dashed.
*sure would divorce it from anything
- that savors of seriousness or shows ev- ' For the water they'd swallowed had
y dec of thinking. crowded It out
tjAs soon as the new plan of the 9 And they were sore and wet-
SC. A. gets under way it might well Fair ladies and knights go wvell in the
be extended to independent groutp.s books-
t meeting In the' Union or any of the' But this I'll willingly bet
campus buildings, for dix0,ersion of
:f this sort is needed by those not affili- The poor mlan 'has lost an immortal f
lated with anly fratornmal group a m-; omance
sj'much as those who are. With these I Andi many a poem .good,
oinztinmtate friendships between proles-I And love's young dreani has been
e4sor and student, the undergraduate shattered to bits
-would feel something of a responsi-I All by a chunk of wood.
ebility to himself for intellectual de-**
evelopmnent which hiemay not have Ye miourinful lballade of M1arye Irene
nsensed previously and would at the tud a hteartiess fillet of woode.
osame time,;1)e put in a positioni wherc Writn by .SHE-GUN-DAH
-lie would not have to seek his inspira- Print'd bye 'JASON COWLES
t ion from a cold and foreign source at ye Sign of Ye Toasted Rolle.

ar-e both cold and feeble.
"Both of these groups, pacifists and
internationalist, appeal to all weak-
lings, illustionists, materialists, luke-
warm Americsans; and faddists of all
the types that' vitiate sound national-
isi.. . Nationis are made, defend-f
ed, and preserved, not by the illu-
sionists, but by the men amid woneti
who practice the honmely virtues in
time of peace, and who in tinme of
righteous war are ready to die, omr to
send those they love best to die, for
a Whining ideal:"
And yet with these statements
known to him, Mr. Wilson dared tc
dig up a vague article of 1914 to ad-
vance his clainm that Roosevelt sup-
ported his Covenant.
William Herbert Hobbs.
I NSITBORDIN AT ION
To the Editor:1
An unwritten law, wvhethmer it be in
time Arnmy, business world or' the Un-i
iversity, is the respect of subordin-
Iates for time authority of those older
and more experieniced, who are in
charge. It is pmroverbial that thme col-
lege gr-aduiate, flushed with, his newly
gained knowledge, would run afoul of
this law and receive several hard
knocks before lie realizes that ther-c

WH"ITNE
CN Monday, March 3
SEATS NOW SELLING
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not pronmise xvhat will not or ou g "t not Central '~imne (Slow 'l'imne)
to be performed, or' be guilty of pro- I'aieCbhor -{ n Commerce
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claiming a sham, and that in the sec- 6:45 a. m. 6:4g x. t
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right and duty to prepare our own ,JAS.H. ELLIOTT,.l-'.oprietor
- -'oe v6-M Adrian. Mich.
strength for- our own defense insitead
of trusting to the abcove-mentioned
scrap's of paper. l~utlhuIlh~ III IIIIIIII'.11,
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without scmvice and sacrifice wileii
then make this country safe or~ enable ''he lame for. you to lmaie your
lit to do its international duty towxard lFACIALS, ';11A 11 Y00 G
others. . . ,I )IARI'EhLLING
"The American intellectual xh. - HAIR PRESSING -
professes the creed of internationalism - lUNI.tR1\N. and SC'ALP -
has turned down the path that leads -
to. moral emasculation. .. Il{TEATM'~ENTS
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valuable currency of them all. Five From tile files of thme T. of 3f. Dily.
cents will buy a foreign student one I March 1, 1899.
ineal, while $1.50,- will furnish him I-
board for a month. As the H-arvard I The University of California con-
Crimison ably ex4ressed it- "Education templates adoptimig the Chicago Uni-t
in Europe wraits on your response." versity system of having courses con-
tinue throughout the year.
VIE lE LD AND NE'W POLICY OF I ___
FRANCE A committee composed of Messrs'
The Daily's Wednesday edition con- Ingham, and Holbrook and Judge Babb
tamned a cornaiunic~ation attacking, its'- from the board of regents of the Iowa'
stand on the question of France's' state university, has been visiting the
R1uhr occupation. policy. The letter University with the purpose of select-t
declared that the. invasion of the Ruhr ing a president for- the Iowa institu-.
had been branded as "criminal" by tion. Pmofs. Adaums, Pattengill, and
The. Daily. This, of course, is untrue Hutchins . were conferred with at
What The Daily has said, and what: length, hut it is understood that nc
The Daily reaffirms, is- tha-t the in-I definite offers were made.
vasion, while legally justifiable, was ___

Whiich means she would tumble for are others who have lived longer than -______
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Wearing a pair of pants. Such a case has recently come up
and seems to be causing much un- -
And Archibald Robert Sylvester Bugg 'called for comment. For a young in-2
Was a poet without a name structor, barely out of school to ig-iE w
Who dreamed of the day when his nore ordems of the head of his depart- O II~ ~ X ~ .1Y FO
lyrical slush Iment, and even go so far as to con- - N AOY FO
Would garland the hall of fanme. tradict tie deanm of his school, is an = o
indiscretion that a person of judg -= -and pleasnilt surroundings
They net and ini love they promptl'y ment would not attempt.
fell; The hysteriia aroused by the action-
And all on a day in May r of his superiors is unwarranted. They . At the Harmony you always will find a delightful selection of appetizing
Walked out to the forest and' fields of were entirely within their rights, and .-
green = in attacking their nmove we are at- j food daintily prepared. y
Happy, care-free, and gay. tacking the very fundamentals. of the -
University. It is a case of nerve ver-
And as they walked they canme to aI sus knowledge. = You will enjoy the congenial home atmosphere, and the abslute cleani-
brook -- IC.SH.-
Bubbling over the lea. y H__________ ess.
Said Mary Irene to her lover then- According to speakers before the
"Fair sir, pray carry me? l annual convention of the departmuent WINVT O OIS'tTO r ThN
of superintendents, National Educatiomi= NV- OUT -SE 03tKICIE
"For often in books I have read or C association, the day is coming when-=
j ~ the~re' will he no exams.rnri -a. ,t,,fp- -

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