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t jtaoilrule. The others are
_______________________________ of Bavaria, Captain--Geneoral Primo'
OFFICIAL NEWViSPAPER OF TH iRivera of A pain, Colonel Conatas of
IJNIE~tITYOF 1C~~A~ Cre ece,and Mustapha Kemal Pasha of


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during the University year by the Board in
Control of Student Publications.7
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Signed communications, not excee'ling; 300
- o -,will be published in The Daily at
the isrcretion of the Editor. U pon request,
theide(Intity of communicants will bie re-
garded as confidontial.
Telephones, .2414 ad U7-l
Newvs Editor......... jutian E. Mack!
Cite Edit q1 r............I Ilarr y l' ey
"Editorial oard Chiairmuan.... R. C. Moriarty;
Night hEdtors
i.11. Ailes A. B. Connable
R. A. Millington 7. f.. Fiske
Harry C. Clark J. G. Garlinghouse
P . IN. Wagner

The eumerationr of this list sums up
in 2., conr-rel o way tihe trend of poit-
cal power in Europe at the presentr
time. Democracy is receiving its most
serious setback in years. And the:
most enlightened statesmen of the !
present day are seriously coflncne
with this halt: in the slow but steady
mnarch toward democratic lprinciples.
i'lbere is no dioublt that dictatorship ,
is so m ctimes a ecesss ry 1 wit it 's never;
desirable. True, it is soxetimes the
only feasible mecans of br'inging order
ou~t of chan::>; but its dig advantages
far outweigh its .advantages,. In the I
fir:t.;atC i e order i , only oif a very;
templorary 16.nd and ap~t to disappear
(,omnpictaiy Un er 1provocation. And in
the second, it can easily develop from
tempoira ry c on stita tional dictators;hip
znt() absolute tyranny. History strowisl
repeated examples of thjis. And. tyr-'
anay irl an evil with which the people
of l arope L a en truggl0igfor,
,Cei I'luries. .


ITS I3MPRENAT - To the Editor:
jEl) MATCHES In your issue of the 19th, is printed
j A UTUM N COLORj a report of action by the Central Dis-
There comes a duel fought on these l cipline Committee of the University
r nearby hills, in the case of a student because of in-
Where Summer played afore be- cidents which occurred at the -Vander-
n eath the sky, bult football .game. The committee's
When he must, fight armed Winter,I
withhisskilsoffi cial. statement is that the student J
wasfoud giltso skillsxg cn-I

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In w'ays untaught but with his cour-
age high.
Then far will Winter spread the
blood he spills,
And laugh aloud to see faint Sum-
mer die,
Who,, dyin , earns the right to live
Since hie'light brave but knows he
fight in , vain... N. I.

duct" and was put on prob~ation for
the rest of his course. Your report
of the matter further states that the
complaint against him was registered
by me.
I think it is only fair to the student
to have publicity given to the fact that,
as reported to me by the chairman, the


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This ever inxcreasing disposition, on.
the part of the peCople of 1 urope, to
submit to dictatorial authority is some-
thing which sho.uld be watched wVith
apprehcflsa)1 by thie roest of the world.

Wpomt~eslditor.............. Ralph N. Byers
Women's Edit(.......... ..Wino~a IHibbard
Teerp Eio. .1.Tr 1 Sunlday magazine Editor... .F.,. '1 ilden
Music Editor.........Ruth A11),well
AeristaiitCity Editor. Kenneth C. Kellar
Editorial Board


-. committee was unanimous in acquit-
No0w Are tile Mighty Fallen! t ing the young nman of the charge pro-
. Mr. Calvin 'Coolidge has acceptedf ferred, which was not, however, un-
the office of Ifonorary President of! becoming conduct, and the Committee's
the Car"'pFire Girls. findings were, as reported to me from
EMr. Fielding Yost now writes arti- the same source, that hie was sick at
Iles on Howi Women Can Keep Fit, for the time the incidents occurred. If.
the Delineator, these findings are warranted, 1 wish to
s * say that I cannot regard the student's
Pythagoras conduct as unbecoming, but rather as
He hardthe Circa 532 B. C. deserving of commendation for con-
Ileherd heharmony of .the ( siderable forbearance undier provoca-
spheres tion, and this at a time when by every
Choiring in unison. consideration he was entitled to kindly
He heard. the pMantes shifting and sympathetic treatment. Any pun-
gears, j ishment under such circumstances
Hymning an orison, would seem to me to be unjust andi
unwarranted; and as no complaint of
He dwelt in gardened Babylon. unbecoming conduct has, so far as I
I He was vegetarian; am aware, been preferred against him,
i An th wayhe irmy eshewd II am today writing the committee to
' hamed he rugh graran. petition that the light penalty inflicted
Chared te rogh ararin. e remitted.

Paul Einstein

Ruhirt RaYJ]:a
Andrew Prepper

B. (;. Baetcke s . J. Mc~innis
Marion Barlow T:. S. Mansfield
1. N. Berkman E. C. Mack
helen brown Verena Moran
Bernad-tte Cote Regina Reichinann
G. XW. Davis S. 1,. Smith
fl iroll Khrlich W.V. II. S"nmau
F' C., Fingerle 11. P. stole
Dorothy lKamin IN. 1R. Thal
josepht Krug~er S. B. Tremble
3li7abl L ieberman W. ;., Walthiour
R. R. gc~regor, Jr.
Telephone 960(

An ,Amrerican2 citizen who required
an iiniecant. to t hro'w =:11e Stars anOd
Str'ipes.: upon the grour.d and jumnp
upon ft'enm . and 'iK Ithem arounld,
wvoiuld raceive liLtie toltration from his
fellows. The American flag is the syml-
bol of oar dem'ocracy. We may oe-
ovr look a lull in patriot ism , but direct
disrespec-t to otir ft'sg, never.
Numeroustitf ri-st year iufwn1 have "be_-n
required recently to t crow their grey
pots mu.on the ground, junip upon
there, and u :e, them as footballs.
Memblers of Il' sincauming cla: s : re :m-
2ni<;2' ni a new world ; the grey
i3ot it ?E?.emlblem of tir il' illl :gness
to becorne 7m]'n of MtdPl"I~ ven
tmore, it is the very eliibiem of their
jT o doff the grey cap upon comm'aand
s quite fitting. Thsle performaunce of
variou2s toolish a,,tics wAthit iS ex-
Icusable. But it, is beneath2 the dignity
of Michigan tradition'; for the fresh-
jjwn pot to tcuch th:ie °round and to
l betramledunder foot.

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Advertising............... ... L. Dunne
Advertising.............Perry M. Hayden
Advertising..................... .C. Puidy
Advertising ...........XV. Roesser
Advert; sing............. W . K. Scherer
Accou'its ..... .... ....... W. Christie
Circulation................ .Jno. Ila-lcns
Publication................ Lawrence Pierce
Bennie Caplan -- Harold; A.;. Marks
John Conlin - Byron Parker
Alcli-t E.-Cr ouch- S. A. Robinson -
L,61is At. Dexter I. 1M. Rockwell
Joseph J. Finn 11. E. Pose
I)avid A. >fox. Will we; 'se
Lauren Haight C. 1'. White
R E. 1Hawkinson R. C. Winter
Edw. D. Hoedemaker


Sea-girt Samos saw his birth.____ __
He taught metempscychosis. II ssrneta hr saycn
His soul went wvest when lie 1I ssrneta hr sayc
passed on I fusion as whether or not the League
Of arterio-l sclerosis! gained prestige in the Corfu affair. It.
Caligula I seems very simple. If you are a be--a
* * lieover, the League told: Mussolini{
The makeup man has been hxanding where to get off, and prevented war.f
us such a series of rawv raw deals If you are not a lbeliever, Mussolinir
of late that we can never feel that! told the League where to get off andI
our comments are going to be as apro- got what he wanted.
pos when they appear in the morning --_
as they seem to us when we pound "Darwin or Bryan?" asks a headline
them out in logical order. Our eaigle- in a metropolitan paper. Take Dr.-
eyed patrons will doubtless recall the Lovell.

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The seventeen, ticketA scalpers who opus dealing' with, the 'crow 'appeared
werebroght ll)in te cty curtsevreral inches below the opus itself.
Saturday and yesterday received just Our remarks on East-West football,-I'
about one half the punishment they forceful as they certainly were as we
dese(rved. N'-.viertliele s the activity of origin ally typed them, lost much of
the olie oficalsin rounding up their vigor because a bit of holdover
the pliceoffiialsabout a horse-hair was shoved in be-
thatmanyis (Omilelial~l. Itween the two paragraphs.

Night Editor-A. B. CONNA13LE," JR.
"Send the Pand!" Once more., Mich-
igan feels the necessity of having its
band at its games away from honeci
Its team will be there and it wants its
band there too. Both of the games
away fromt, home, however, are a con-'
s'derable (i.,tarce away from Ann Ar'-
bor and to send the band to both
games will cost about $5,000. How to
raise $5,000 is the question now con-
fronting the student body.
At the Ohio Stag~ game Saturday,
buckets wxere passed. outside the gate-,
by members of the Student council
and $800 was collected from the crow-il
-of more than 50,000 who passed in
or around tihe gates duhing the after-3
noon. ' This result should be enough to
h low that the "tag" method of col-
lecting funds, even for such a worthy
cause as the band, is not very popul-
lar. It is futile to expect to goj
year after year with the Mich'gan band
depending on such unlreliab~le agencies
for its trips away fronm home. Thie
matter should be settled this year.
The 1-and is one of the proudest
{boasts of- Michigan. It renders invalu- .
;e ervice to the University and par-'
ti7culairly to the athletic interests of,
=t 7e University. The band is composed
('-, , £ --six en vwho perform their
~2r'icsduring the school year, with-
out: any rmward of any kind oxept tihe
} oner of s erving their school. For the
rupport of the band, the Athletic as-
soa-atiof contributes each year tile
sum. of $700 which goes toward the!
buying of equipment and supplies andl
tCre University, besdes paying the sal-'
a;.Ty of the direc~tor, contributes the
ruim of one dollar per day for the
l ,:riod between the close of school in
-June and commencement" -for those
ineflbers of the" organization who stay

In lots of I gal. or more

"4,000" siQ'ns Ita in 410(0
windlows Would "insure

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confidence, the lowever, the poem which you may
on -the Store
or'-may not have just read, about Py-
th e swhnmn-ing -ths imras who taugcht mnetempscycho-

pool1 this year. 'lI1e uist be 4,4000
student s at Michigan Wbo swime. Thwe
subscriptionl llatilis -will soon 1tell the
F_+igures (taiot lice, but iars can-i
often figure.
Twvenfy-Five Ye r ,1
F r m t h~ e fi e s o f t l q, r, o f ) T. D a ily , I
October 13, IS9S
An -almost continuouis exclanmation
fof pleasure was "to he heard as the
largo audience wended their way out
of the A'lthodist church last night af-
ter ho-aring J1ames Whit comb Riley.
It had bean a. mat ter'Of no little
curIiosi ty to the large number present
to ree how an already popular poet
would acqitimiself as a reader of
o iiis0vnh s-e ltors. "Fo say that every-
one was satisfied is describing feelings
mildly.rThere Was no onie presenC~t,"but
wa s comp~elled to adulit O~at a wealth
rof meaning never before discovered ini
the quaint far-mer' stories and~ ballads
of the I hoosier state wia bhrought to
light by tje tan' who wr oit them.
Sintee March, , the Universityl
library has had its own bindery andl
.Aifl~e then its value has often been
deoan st rj ed. In the time thiat it has,
been running, 14,050 volumes havel
been bound, rebound or repaired, the
number' for last y(. r alone being
Hardly a student in the Universityj
exphected the result of~ Saturday's game

si, remninds us of Ann Arbor's dletec-
tive agency4 headed by one James J.
Ratti. Mr. Ratti has gotten out a lit-
tle brochure dealing with his pro-
fession (as merchants do, nowadays)
and among other things, he says:
SWe are expert on Investigation,
SIdentification, I-andwriting, Do-
tectiphones, Telescrebes, Micro--!.
photography, Blood Stains, Chem-
ical Analysis, Medical Jurispru-
dence, Dactylio Photography,
Psychology, Dictograph, Bacter-
iology, Firearms, Telephony, Pho-
tography, Criminology, and Fing-I
er Prints.
Any fairminded guy can see that
this Ratti is wasting himself on .a
hick town like Ann Arbor.
We are perfectly willing that Chem-
istry, iaedicine, and the other odorous
sciences be studied at this University
if anyone is really interested in them;
but we think they might keep the
doors and windows shut or something,
and keep the noisome stenches con- I
fined to the devotees. As for this ol-1
factory fatigue that the psych fiends
rant about, it failed to help us as, we
w alked across the Diag yesterday af-
Ann Arbor, we see by our esteemed
rival, "Where To Go", now has an
airplane ini it. His stunt of jumping-
off in a parachute is most enter'tain-
inig, but we don't see just how he
makes his percentage off his person-
al jeopardy. It's darn near impossible
to charge admiission to his exhibit, as
it, is plainly visible to anyone with
the energy to look up in the air at
five p. in. It must, as some of the sa--
gacious lads around the office suggest,
be an advertising expedient.
And speaking of airplane s (al-
though we are once more in the hands
or OHiP ma ,lreiiir ma~n vn~ndnehn.nc

Two bids were made for. the presi-
dency during the last few days. Gov-
ernor Pinchot's challenge to President
-Coolidge in regard to Prohibition Ca)n
be0 taken in only one way, namvely:
a bid for the presidency. Governor
Pinchot's blstering revival of the
"Whiskey Rebellion" was ill-adv-'scd
but it served the purpose. It has
focused attention on the Governor's
very laudablq presidential aimbition s.
Whether it has helped or hindlered hxis
cause is another, question.-
Henry Ford too is engaged in an ,
-active campaign for the presidlency.- as
his recent charges against Mr. Weeks,
the Secretary of War, show. Mr. Ford's 1
charge is a shattering broadside
against the whole administration hut
it missed its mark._ In fact Ford's in-
nuendo sounds very much like just
-,another variation of the great Ameri-
can pastime. Hie has failed to give
any convinc'ng reasons, why the gov-
ernment should not sell to its own
advantage and he certainly has not. J
shown why that advantage should lie
with him.
The Ford charges, however, did
serve the purpose for which they were
probably intended. Five monthxs ago,
Henry Ford as a presidential possibil-
ity was monopolizing considerable
space in the news of the dlay. Then
the "Ford for President" tali: dcd
down. Today, thanks to the episode
referred to above, the gullible public.
again sits up and takes notice.
In a political sense, Ford is a lilt-
icrous figure. The danger lies in tak -
ing him seriously. Mr. For-( is an
ignorant man and boasts of it. .If Ihe
were nominated, lie would have to
come oat in the open and talk and
expose his mind to scrutiny and ex-
amination. Unless national intelli-
gence and humor are -at a very lown
ebb, Mr. Ford's exhibition would be
fatal to his chances. Bunt the very fact.
that there are large numbers of 1per-
sons who believe that Ford would
make a good president, reveals how
wide-spread is the lack of understand-
ing of the qualities necessary in a1

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over forthe core tionies. Otherwise, to fbe as it was. Even those who were
the band 61ists on the mogney it canf Sure that M~eigan would win would 1
raise itself, jromn the studIent body anid not have dared to say that Notre D~ame
the ?amni.-- would not at least score. Put such'
It As ~ver'v distinctly the duty. of, vas the result, and the Varsity won


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