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ed every morning except Monday
he University year by the Board in
if Student Publications.
,s of Western Conference Editorial
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eleplioies, 24141 w id 176-21
lBoard Chairman .... R. C. Morarity
tor ...............J.C. Garlinghouse
Night Editors
W'es A. B. Connable, Jr.
Clark T. I,. Fiske
P, M. Wagnter

and it is with the aid of theso quali-
ties that Mr., Cooley hopes to ciear
up some of the important problems
confronting the country' t.)cay. These
problems which include enrgiueering,
transportation, reforestation, conser- I
vation of natural resources and the l,
like, have constituted practically the I
life work of Mr. Cooley and no one,
is better equipped to handle them
than is he. There is nio good reasoT!
' t beieve that Dfean, Cooley will niot
succeed to the extent that he has
here at Michigan, and that being so,
iwe as citizens of a state and nationj
may look forward to some unusually,
fine progressive work from Washing-'
ton in 'the near future. I

Speaking Thursday in lMvotreai, Mr.
Samuel Gompers, veteran president
of th e American Federation of Labor,
outlined the character and policy of
;.hat organization.l
"Unlike labor movements in Eur-
ope," said Mr. Gompers, "The Ameri-
can Federation of Labor does not be-
lieve th~at the present social structure
must be first destroyed in order that
an improved social order may come
into being. It holds fast to the in-
situtions that safe-guard human free-1
dom and permit of the full play of
hur~an forces that have made for
constant and helpful progress in all1
the sciences and arts of man. It does

;dtor ................Ralph IN. IBers
Editor ............Winona H-ibbard
ditor............... Ruth A. Howell
City Editor..Kenneth C. Ksellay
Michigan News Bureau. R. G. Rtamsay
s Editor.R..lobert 1B. Hendersoan
arley Elizabeth ILiebermaun
:rman ll. S. Mansfield
icknell F. C. Mack
Boxer Serena Moran
frowni Darold 'Moore
Conra Cnil Qhli~cher 1
te 'Cote Ilyde Perce
)avis Andrew P'ropper;
~Ihrich AMarie, Reed,
'ernamberg Regina Reichmann
rtner Edmarie Schraud.:r
H Ieath C. A. Stevens
nry Wl' 11. Stonemnan
Iiouseworth Marjorie Sweet
fie Frederic G. Telnmos
K amin N. PH,'Tbal
t eil \V. j. Waithour
endal l e~man Wise

Telephone 960~
etising ................. .E. L icne
ertisin.........erW. Raoene
etistng..................1L . Rosy'r
mu ts >. .. C' . Tl
Assist ants
W. Cam~pbell N. H. Holland
rile Caplan \M. . Ireland
S. Champion Harold A. Marks
n. Cun!;.h PByron IParker
is M. D'exter A. J. Seidman
pJ. Finn Geo. A. Stracke
SATURDAY, MAY 17;. 1924 r~
,fg t ed t r - O K R G R _ )ne of Michigan's oldest cerem onies
1. takeplae tonighillWhichI
quately sho'wn.
t is also the hope and confident,
ief of most of the student body
,t this traditional night shall be
narred with petty foolishness..
ecamp~us theaters will be thrownd
m to all students and there will
no necessity for "rushing." If the
dents determine to make this Cap
ht the true impressive ceremony
c~h it should be, and determine
oto convince the fathers who are
e today of the true nature of Mich-"
n traditions, then they will see to
tlhat Cap Night this year shall be
!emished by foolish actions after-
i'ds. Thus shall the ceremony~ ex;,
as anl preserve its true signi-
luce for all.

not accept or cling to any arbitrary
dogma of extreme individualism, or
Mr. Gompers' speech, coming at]
this time, is of great value for it re-
veals the non-revolutionary character
of the policy of the American Federa-
tion of Labor. In the past fifty years
Labor rir this country has changMd
clothes. Instead of the more or less
Minsteady element from which much
'}hat is radical, more that is foolish,
and a vast amount, that is' impractical
rnd unjust usually emanates-instead
of these characteristics which at one
t'ime were associated with all lahor
organizations, the ;American laborer
has become a, tower of strength to
hiis" country and a guardian of its
sacred institutions.
The Amnerican trade union move-
:-ment, bouAiTh, l 'ii nFedx,.-
tion of Labor, ha %pobred a Nso,
economic and political program ,whicit
can be characterized as steady and
sane. Its record of the past half
cehtuiry h~ est deiiionstiated by re-
Terecet heconditons & life a ~t-
Cr y aas cp~ret W0te hT'
day. It is not so much concernod
i~s to who shall administer the affairs
shall be administered justly, fairly,
, mipartally and demoratloally.
V~iewed in its more recent history.
eration of Iiabor appears to be a phil-
-'1sophy of sanity and reason so est-
Th history ofte Fdationi a eis-
jor of progress.Ithsrpdae
anarchism as readily as socialism and
communism as effectively as anarch-
ism; it has advocated the right bal-
ance between too 'mach governm ent
1'nd too little government; and, most
important of all, it has exerted an
SImportant influence for the 'further-
ance of American nationalism and

would clear up most of the delin- set therein were real. Her stock-A !I~lltllllllliIIIIIIIIIIIIIl1II III -
quent cases, we believe, and perhaps ings were cotton and her shoes were ORIENTAL RUE
thenmor stingnt masues onl once of the species denoted as ox-
be adopted if the student continues fords but which hadl long since lost SA= LE
to disobey the ruling, every semblance of their original dig-,I
To be continued, by D M O R JA O
Beautiful but 1Dumb -
at 612 E. Liberty
! '. n jA great temptation, these long con'- CHOICE CO~LECTION OF
f u > tributions. You haven't an idea how BEAUTIFULI RUGS
WHILE.thEYy the lure the young colyum st from ." ugs Washed and Repaired
-The D . C. Blues fr. Jason ,Cowles. Please Give U sA visit
Much can come out of little. If] I _________ DOMBOQR JAN &
you do not believe that you'll not~ _.- Co 12E ibry
I (12 E.Lihety -
believe this 'story. In fact this all CAMPUS OPINIONrhoeOO
came out of a cavity (in a ltte tooth),I_____---
notlarer hanthehea ofa pn.Editor Campus Opinin:-.
And this is the way it all happened.s
One day last week, not having any- Tereapeardtrcettl inTh
thing pleasant to do, I decided to go Daily a review on theCompltnR a th an Ad
up and see all the good looking hams Club "International Night.", From my
that hang out at the Dent Bldg. This own impressions as a spectator, and _________________
vas rather an adventure because I from. the enthusiastic reports of ap-
:ha never been there before. But proval which have been received -R'
I had a good reason too. I hadB oT1R
chanced to read in a magazine the ,while conversing with many persons DEALERS SE'LL
terrible fact of four out of five so who witnessed the efforts of the Club, Io 5 3 R
rthought that I'd visit the dentist it would seem that if a vote of those -O D_ -- ~ R
and see whether I was one of theprsnweetk, the result 'would1
Ifour. (not uphold the verdict of the critic i
It was a wonderful ,afternoon-over- in regard to certain of the numbers( The title -of this d-
head the sky was a baby bll4e shade ; presented. eimet as rg-
-you know what I mean. The sun l, It is not surprising that M. Kozake- was y~dg~ohers
was shining and the slush on the vich furnishedi t e ".Oane , (ruly ,pro- dpn~ivetotherdealems
( idowalks was melting. At every; sessional note of the evening,"sine9 X ieOable polCy. I
i ne a8T ~ ithird step, ~ as I jumped from one )f all the perfomers, hea, aone, was We believe we are justi
piece of floating ice to the other, on! not an amateur. The Swiss were I fed n t htw
-the campus walks, I felt the ex- 'placed in a most disadvantageous pos- ti living us to the
hilarating, effect ,of an ley shower one tion by the absence of the second d1-0 l
my feet and so ,forth-myself a second I odeler, but in spite of this andi- C
ltl vt. a thi seeto s w r fa fr m dscAs I approached the place my stePst agreeable to the ear. The quartette
S'egani to lag:. Now you mst remem-41 were in harmony at all times, and Good Values
sher ithat I had never been inside the he yodelling of the fifth, while not for Today--
Splace and I am very bashful by na- perfect, was well done. One can not
ture. But from the steps of the gym, balance the voice of one who has
1where I go occasionally after the re- studied with Europe's masters against 1923 DODGE COUPE
1 ceipt of a personal invitation froma those of untrained amateurs; the
the dean or assistants, I had seen'{standard for basing criticism of the ooks just like new; in good
rwhite-coated, sleek-headed creatures two are widely separated.! shape throughout; very I w
Iwalk to and fro before the windows Whereas the program announced the mileage; offered at the rigt.
- so I went on. -I opened the door. Hindusthan group were players en- Price.
s Oh, the nice, clean smell! I went, route to the United States, that was
1up stairs. I had almost reached a bit of fiction. They are all students 922 DODGE COUPE
- the top when I stumbled. Heavens!1 n the University, and have received1
ji tiI~n m e rye even less training than most personsMeanclyA;fishvr
"~ up tv , capswh recase's m- good; price is right. Investigate
! lup sti* t i° -th ist e~on cmu h r lse sal-f,
itimes on-..the stairs in UT hall an~ ter players have enjoyed. The t
I this made the fourteenth. Let's se4 scene was chosen from one of India's a 191 b i 6 O GE TOURING
fthis is getting serious. Every tim est known dramas, and to the pia- i <
~man seven more years' of sinigle, jority of those who saw it was in- Car in god running older~j
i d ess , So4 ou ~d them , up; structive as well as interesting and Relcap
t vfi' ieea quals-y~ impress v g h r ie ii ns ,.
sNo uske to_ go on. My wedding day, a the individuaa ~~its ipt 9 Fp" - 1. r2"' 1 ( °i
001e tender age of ninety-eight! :lO duce for the audience a 'Ery~isnlp41 l j 'ehliiclh iiAl ondtition
Iwell I decided I might as wella part from the vast volume of art and e;la) ok hsO(i
-r etonJ up int the waiting -l'nla
of ~ . rWhen critidiing 'any student per-_:,a
The sight that met my eyes!?\ii formance, the standards should bie ANN ARBOR GARAGE
IN if i ever want to see funny pe le somewhat lower than when a ,pro- 26 Il tp
o the . ab twoeck s @ fessional producti is Ping re wed.,
q l d I t i its t &dI Whe=it is that or
Et Pl sat C'.c ~a la rge forme a
w ting ;iyr iin p ty , rtion 4dgates, ant'i' iore inatAreI
r'61 third the lUniversity D ental Clinic., than persons in their thaome tecnatiry, 'l IIIgiII~lIIIII~l~IInhI
9 First I noticed' three women with one who Is reviewing their production
-their wraps off (horrible word, wraps, should exercise even more leniency, :Y
tif we may' interrupt-J. C.) ready for ll and consider the time and effort spentI
t a pleasant afternoon. If there had in preparation as well as the result,I
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he Democratic followers in th~e
to will no doubt be' pleased with
decision made public yestel~day
ruing by Dean Mortimer E. Cooley,
A of the engineering" college here
.he University, that he has accepted
nomination as Democratic candi-
e for the office of United States
ator from Michigan. Not only will
Tlease the rapidly growing Demo-
tic party, but it will also have a
nulating effect on many of the Re-
lican voters who have become
te weary over the haggling that
sts within the ranks of their party.
hl parties will recognize Mr.
)ley not as a politician after' per-
gal laurels, but as a man interested
the welfare of his country, a man
o has both the desire and ability
aid in thze increasing efficiency and
era 1 progress of a nation.
hat the Democrats of the state of
higan are fortunate in having a
n of Mr. Cooley's calibre run on
ir ticket will be admitted by any-
who has ever associated with the
ani, or who has ever heard or" the
ie of man lhe is. Political elections
rely drop to formalities when then

It Is difficult 'that any' perSon could,
believe in the justice, in wi thoxlding
tjie. diploma of, an accredited, senior
simply because he failed to attend a
course of six health lectures in hisl
freshman year. A good idea has been
carried to an extreme which can
hardly be described as anything less
than ridiculous~.
1 Many years ago, the pettiest thief j,
used to 'be killed for his i'crimne" of
pilfering a loaf of bread. W'e can
hardly imagine it now. True, steal-
ing is wrong and is an evil which
must'- be suppressed in the type of,
society which now exists. But is its
practice to merit such a punishment
as death?
H-ealth lectures are a. highly desir-
able feature of the freshman's train-
ing. For many of them, this is their
first year away frown home and the
vatchfulness exerted over their health
problems by parents and others. The
matter of diet, clothing, sleep, 'and so
forth, are easily neglected ' by-' the
yearling newly. sway from the. home
But to assert that a roan 'shall not
receive the reward of, four' years of
7althful study becauise hie has not
heard these lectures, is to assert pure
unadulterated nonsense. The "pun-'
ishment" is all out of proportion to
the "crime,"1
Something, it is admitted, must be"
done to ensure that freshmen' do at-
tend the lectures at a time when
~hey'- will be beneficial to them. It

the picture would have been most
familiar. They ,were quite old enough
to be grandmothers but probably in
this day and age were not. I couldn't
hear a word because all three talked
at -once;, but I'll wager I could tell
you what they were talking about.
"Oh no! Really? 'Now what do you
think of that! Well I said-" and' so
on and 'so on.
I sat on a bench near the door
Marked Examination Room or some-
thing like that. It was warm in there.
The sounid of motors and subdued
snal nises from. the large room- all
made die feel a faint lethargy-like
Sunday afternoon in summertime, at
home, when after dinner we having
afternoon date, lie down in the ham-
mock in some secluded corner of the
porch and just. slowly drift off some-
where. I was almost gone when far
oiff somewhere I heard a strange bab-
ble. Slowly I came back. I shook
myself. I opened my eyes. There
coming up' the stairs were three wo-
men of. ages varying from an awkward
gawky sixteen to "a dull grey looking
sixty. A grin seemed to be plastered
upon the face of each one. They
stared about them mouths agape.
pushed each other. out of the way,
yet seemed ever to keep together.
~They jabbered to 'each other. They
moved aicross the room looking into
every door., Finally a white-coated
figure came out of the large room.
They siniled, 'shook their ear-rings,
"bah~ffled their, large clumsy shoes,
1 twisted their..hands and spoke some-
Ithi'ng to him. 'Hle pointed to a bench
and' they sat dowen, looking around at
uts all and smiling as though sure of
our approbation.

to their feelings. The pen may be,
mightier than the sword, but it should
not be used to wound as a sword. E'e
Florence R. Rouse
TODAY: Com'edy Clut ry-outs from ~
"THE GRAY MOUSE," a revie'w,- by I ',
"The Gray Mouse" has the makings it' RiA .111.1 SI iO014T '1Jx
of a good play. The plot contains
much that is quite novel and is good
theatre. It seems evident, however, ;v- OF' THE NEWEST
that the author was handicapped by
unfamiliarity with this phase of writ- =
ing Many of the lines of the play ~D B S S R IY
were obviously prosy, and the cast,
Vith few exceptions were unable to
overcome this; their characterizations
suffered noticeably in consequence.
What seemed more unfortunate was Dirdretoef h la rsde ~t from Fifth Avenue rhas ar rived the last
that h e d rfau ion,,, t hew a y d new d i E~e it o ~ n s r t tI o ) tr s a d w d r m
litesneortcp n adl oei hfonditae o ah ian wdebrm
Iappreciation of _comedy. Many of ' -
Margaret Geddes' lines as "Milly" that 'tr A unie fealurc t a hadi rtt guiShcs a DOBBS
were unquestiotbly clever' but n K .ifsis iscon otrsbe<lx-iit../~nte ~i
their mark completely because they -tcl siset ~tbe ixctt .hnteoa
were spoken as if they were obviously_ is dsabdb. an unusu sadhal he eis no
rich. Several potentially witty situ-usgt aigo~cbad
ations camne to this same end because -iiIf s1 o lebad
they were woefully dragged out " in --Wa O B ta n no h ofr
an effort to squeeze every last bit
of comedy out of them. .. of a softI hat.
The cast was quite adequate on the

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