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News Editor...............Julian E. Mack
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Night Edit.r-m
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of his profession. It is this type of the nell and even she was defeated on
profesAhonal man that spreadsi the the return game in Detroit. In 1895,
name of an institution of learning; the championship belonged indisput-
it is this type that every un'versity ably to Michigan, while in 1896, no
may be proud to have at the helm of team had a clean record. Last year,
one of its departments. Wisconsin carried off thie honors, but
In the invitations mailed by the now all the west vies in heaping the
committees of the banquet the pur- honors on Michigan.
pose is described in these words:
"that the engineers of Michigan andd _
his host of associates and friends may
have an opportunity to express their AST D
appreciation of his service to the en-
gineeritig profession, our public en- COSI
terprises, our government and coun- FAN
try, and to fittingly express our ad- TUTTE
mniration .of his life-long success andr.
!many attainments, and to show him Ste Street at 2 P. 1W Saturday
a measure of our esteem and regard "Souvenir of tdday's 'game, half
for his high character, his big-heart-price, twenty five!"
edness, geniality, noble aspirations, Big gents with little bims and huge!
and his love for his fellowmen." bims with little gents.
Dean Cooley's career has not been Alumni of the vintage of aughty
confined to the technical side of his Aumni o the vit of aty
profession solely. He is an organizer aught or thereabouts with cigars, nat-
of the engineering 3rofession. He .has ty overcoats, and hideous blankets.
given his time to the University, to Alumni of the vintage of '17 orI
[his duties as engineer, and to his thereabouts with funny-looking wives;
comrades in his field. Dean Cooley's alumnae of the vintage of '20 or there-
efforts have been ceaseless since the abouts with funny-looking husbands.
time of his appointment as Dean in "Get your colors, the winning colois
1904. The result has been a life of here, twenty five!"
generous service with the first respite A lot of wealthy-looking automobiles
coming at the end of the present sem.- with fur coats in the front and rear'
ester. seats.
The probability of immersion in the People wearing mums.
technicalities of professions similar Automobiles going into second with
to that of engineering has been con- Auooe.nw
tinually advanced by educators. Spe- [ra
cialization has come to be a catch- Automobiles dropping off into high.
word for success. Dean Cooley's ea- Automobile horns.
reer is a shining exarnpld of the re- Hundreds of people going to theC
f ti f ih fnr d -





(The Detroit News)

Impeachment proceedings are proof
of din fUUnIIntL dJLLniU-Lnp e of

A Wonder Selectiony of Personal
Engraved Christmas Cards
-Drder Early
Cars wanted for oneD our and a. half on Dec. 1st, to take yislting boys on s tour of city.
Call V. Ne6son at 2&8.


or the runaamentai sounaness o
American government. They are so
In 134years of American Constitu-
tional Government, the United States#
Senate has sat as a high court of im-
peachment only nine times. Since
the state came into being, legislatures
have cpnducted impeachment proceed-
ings oil their governors only 10 times.
One of the impeached governors was
a Union Governor tried in 1862 by a*
pro-slavery legislature in Kansas; he;
was acquitted. Five were carpetbagi
governors of southern state, and their
cases can scarcely be considered asi
examples of the workings of demo-
cratic governments.I
Of the four elected governors whose
conduct caused their removal by reg-
ularly-constituted i m p e a c h m e n t
courts, three are within recent mem-
ory, William Sulzer of New York,
James E. Ferguson of Texas and J. C..
Walton, just ousted by the Oklahoma !
The unanimity of the vote, n the
Walton case will dispose of any ves-1
tige of suspicion of Ku Kluxism en-
tered into his trial. Walton was triedj
for official misconduct Misuse Af tltc



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S1a,.l Einstein

Rtlcrt Rat-idy '

-An drezr Propper I ~AU i ltU ~1k~
AndeF roper ua on o te ormer, or expresse
Assistants in other terms, of the mark of a lead-
t. G. Jraetke R. S. Manseld er and the reward of adherence to the
f.-. Brownalatter. Truly, a worthy career.
Bern alette Cote Regina Rei hma
Herold Ehi-iich I. R. Sto.
, Finerle K.E.StyerC WONDEUS ITS
I. . ifenry N. It. 'l*& ONlR
orot',yKamin S. H.Tiembr The controversy which has been
liza beth Lernman carried on in the French and English1
press as to whether t he motors of
BUSINESS STAFF automobiles and airplanes can be
Telephone 960 stopped at a distance, has, according
to reports just received from abroad,
ST1SINEgS MANAGER been answered by and to the satis-
LAURENCE H. FAVROT faction of the French newspaper, La
Advertising..................E. L. Dunne Liberte. The editor of this publica-
Adye'tisingC...............- .. Purdy tion, and he is a prominent editor in
idvrtsin............W. Ro'sier
Aettisi ...ng ...... .. K Scherer France, has actually, seen a French[
Accounts....................A. S. Morton electrical engineer br:ng to a halt in1
{ Ertllation..........erry M. Havden
SublI:aat on.............Lairence ierce the streets any car designated by the
AssiststAY. [observer.1
G. W. Campbell Eu, Ploetemaker With the rapid and almost unhe-
tsenie Capan N. E. Holland
Chas. Champion M. L1. Ireland lievable strides that science is tak-
)on Conlin ilarod Ar arks ing in this day and age, it is not
Louis M Dexter. Byron Parker
oseph J. Finn 11. M. Rockwell unfair to assume that such an act as
un IAight AJ.Sed n this Frenchman performed is not at
Tlare Haisot . J. Witean
H. L. Hale Wi lAWeise all impossible. Think of all' the
R C. Winter people who doubted the coming of the
automobile and the airplane, and of
practically all of our modern scien- I
tific equipment. Men with scientific
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25, 1923 [minds are producing wonders in the
world. -
Night Editor-HARRY C. CIARK The news of this discovery recalls
the reports concerning the latest per-
CHAMPIONS OF THE WEST [fections of German scientists. They
Michigan's football hopes have claim that they have perfected a
again been realized with a second scheme whereby they can kill the mo-
Conference championship in two jftor of an airplane that is flying in
years. By defeating Minnesota yes- midair. Th's is truly an unbelievable'
terday, the Wolverine football squad i feat that science has discovered, yet,
proved that, in spite of its severely even if it is not perfected, there is
crippled condition, it is the equal of every reason in the world to believe
any team in the country today. The i that the time is not far distant when
spirit that inspired victory was not such a scheme is fully a part of man's
on the gridiron alone but was breath- knowledge. The leaps and bounds
ed out by every section of the Michi- with which scence progresses makes
gan stands, the desire, the determin- one willing to believe that anything
ation to win and to win fa'rly. is possible. Although many wonders
The Maize and Blue, during the have been discovered by scientific
past season, has approached ver men, there is still a world of possi-
closely to the ideal of all true sport. bilit es. Science today is only in it's
A clean fighting and determined team, infant stage, and the discoveries that:
despising any illegal trickery, and a may be expectedthrough experimen-
student and alumni support that was, tatibn are as numreous and poten-
soundly based on the principles of tial as are the minutes of the day.
true sportsmanship. Fortunately
Michigan has had no opportunity to
test the quality of her spirit in the R
bitterness of defeat. The string of; Twenty-Five Years
victories that she has lined un dur- At c a
ing the past two seasons will makel Ago At cI
defeat when it comes, as it must come,
all the harder to bear but the splen-
did feeling that has been built up, From the files of the U. of M. Daily,
Novmber 25 1898-f
little by little, in victory must not N e 1
sink to destruction, when defeat
stalks into the game'. Michigan teams (Twenty five years ago, Mchigan
may be defeated but Michigan spirit won the Western championship by de-
and clean play need never be downed feating Chicago on Marshall, field in
so long as Michigan men will temper Chicago.)
their enthusiasm with judgment.
Four Conference games have graced The greatest game of football ever
the Wolverine score with large win- played on a western gridiron was
ning totals during the season just played on Marshall field yesterday,
past. Four . Conference schools each and Michigan won it, and with it, the
having the same overwhelming de- undisputed title to the Western cham-
sires to win as Michigan has had, pionship. She won it because she
'have been overcome by the Yostmen. Chad the best team, and played the best
In their defeats. Michigan has a les- f game. By hard consistent work she
son to learn' which it is well to re- wrung the prize of victory from
member, a lesson of gracious defeat Stagg's veterans, victory-flushed
and undefeated spirit. giants. The teams were in the prime
The inspiring cheers of the Minne- of condition, and played fast, clean,
sota rooters as they burst from the aggressive football throughout the
Maroon and Gold stands during the game. Almost every man played a
last five minutes of yesterday's game star individual game without sacrific-
made a victory out of a defeat for the ing the teamwork. The most spec-
Gophers. The game is nt won on tacular play was made by Widman,
the field alone and Minnesota can Michigan's left half. He had an op-
1 n AnnA Aorw +th thefrini zof I nortunity that comes to few football

One in fifty smiling. . .
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pardon power wvas the thing on whlch 3
his administration fell. Walton had
hitched fortunes to the star of anti-
Klanism but the Senate vote shows

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Suggestions for Christmas

Yesterday was Saturday, the day o.thit fi
the seven ordained by the law of Mos- that he was deemed unfit for office by
Klan member and Klan enemy, by Re-
es on which we invariably feel least publican, Democrat and Farmer-La-
like gettng out this column. borite. Walton's conviction 'by the'
But when we got to the office we court of impeachment is the first of
found-yes, we .found-a contribution a Governor in which politics cannotI
sent in by our cleverest contributor, be charged. In the cases of Gov. Sul-
zer and Gov. Ferguson, political feel-
as the Garg says, to wit, this young ing ran high. It was not the chie
Poison Ivy. This came in several cause of their removals, but it j -as
days ago and we mislaid it. an element in each trial.
And right after this, in comes Com-[ The United States Senate, as an
rid mnurch, our fam'ly physician, al- impeachment court, has removed three


Central Time (Slrw Tine)
.ea veChamber of Commerce
Week Days Sun-ays
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jAS. H. ELLIOTT, Proprietor
P'ho-ie 926-illAdrian.,tMich.

For Christmas Give Her a Crystal.



ofyoung I This jrnor Federal judgoe in 134 years. In
gentleman ver kindly agreed to write [the -48 states, only four Governors, I-i i
in the col along with the new-found elected by the people, have been con-
an appreciation of Ivy's work to run-- vict)d stnce the establishment of " , '
in the col along with the new-found state government. " The rarity of the x ..
gem. Both the appreciation and the departures from the standard of hon- T
gem follow. [or in high places is sufficient to be a
source of congratulation.
The Doctor Takes a Look at Literature
Some members of the senior la ses 9
I can choose no more suitable work goemmbr f h7ei9 cas -F-
than "True Son of the North" as a are expressing their contempt for pub-
basis for my remarks on Poison Ivy's lie notice in a rather peculiar way _
art;Eoitesinu for
ar; or i ebodies all those qualities;we hyee euet inu o
which have so endeared him to those their Michiganensian pictures. With
who know the Work as well as the only one week left for this business, - ,
Man. Let critics deplore the biting the number of prospective graduates
realism of the modern school! .~Let who are still hiding in their shady -WIT I- '
them rail at the decadence of ieal- nooks, nursing their modest ifeelings,
isn and sentimentality! To the stu- is indeed surprising.
dents of Michigan their talk means
nothing. For they have Poison Ivy.
In him they have an able defender' oEf ERD YY
the Idealistic tradition, a man w. Y --AND TH-
fearlessly sings to a waiting world the iy SMYTIE -
idealism of a real man! I
According to Garg, a Michigan prec- The Oratorical Association
edent and tradition has been ruefully .Boosting an organization, an asso-
shattered. In Garg's scripture, Back- ciation, a movement, or a campaign
us II, 3, reads: "And it came to pass usually takes considerable effort on
after little time that they did reach the the part of the active person, but when
temple, which goeth by the name of'it comes to supporting such an idea
the Michigan Union." 'Verses 5 and 6 when there, is "everything to gain and_-_
read: "Then did the heart of Backus nothing to lose," the situation taes -
wax grevious sore, but the temptress on an entirely different light. 0 ov
azigthe daughter of eheliddd, o ** h e'n v
whisperedunto hi " s t a In 1890 the Oratorical association of
be merry." And Backus woting not tho "vrst fMchgnwso
what he did, entered the temple door th rsyha s
and ordered the food brought unto ganized. For many years this group
ohim.' f students.and faculty members hay -.
Maybe in the Union of the time of arranged, ;sponsored and maintained 'nral Tipl ets Sale o
'Backus they fed woien: But do they a lecture course for the benefit of Reserved Sats
do it any more? Not that I have seen. the entire academic community of ?2 to 5 N fonday, Main Desk at Jmnion -
Ann Arbor. Statesmen, diplomats,
There is a red hydrant near the scholars, explorers, readers, and men I PJCiUi
Senior benches on the dagonal. The who have gained national, yes, and ev- 'A FL0O\1 ,2.50,
legend on the red hydrant is this: en international, distinction in ther
GIN -;particular work have been broughtA-$
- *iECOND BALCONY-$100 i7c 50c.
1913 here to address large audiences. TheO-
All scandal papers please copy. purpose of these courses has not been -" ---__-
* * * to add pecuniary resources to the
We have observed that the only treasury of the Oratorical association,(
Sophs who persecute the freshmen be- but to allow students and the people
fore the games are those who habit- of Ann Arbor' the opportunity to hear
ually wear red and white toques. and see at a reasonable price these 11- '00kh=AMy
And the freshmen won. Hurray hur- lustrious figures in the world's work.
ray! **-
Optc h e Thisyear another series of pro- If1h r -
ptic Rhy e grams is being presented. Many in-
The Northmen lost fluential men are found on the 1923-
To the hordes of Yost. 24 course consisting of ten numbers.
Mr. Jason Cowles. There are unquestionably hundreds of
people who would travel far to hear ,;;_ w.
the Honorable William Allen WhiteTH C{
Judge Ben Lindsay, former Governor = THE DANCE OF
Lowden of Illinois, Mrs. Carrie Chap
man Catt, or Stephen Leacock. ThenEAE
too, on the program for 1923-24 is THE FEATHER OF THE DAWN
found Stuart Walker's Portmanteau
Pi Lamda Theta, honorary educa- Players. Ts
tional fraternity for women, initiated * * * THE ACTION The legend has it that a feather blown
nine members yesterday. They are: The numbers on this series were into the air at dawn, if caught by a breeze and carried out of
Mrs. Matilda Bishop, '24Ed, Jennie selected, as in previous years, by a sight, marks a propitious day. A HopiIndian youth, in the

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