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THE MICHIAN" DAILY

WEDNESDAY, NOVENTEE' 2

f t uhimselfwith some responsible con,
tr 1 ornorindvi ualad ae ;r
- years of work in a particular field of
OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE the profession, submit a paper based
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN upon the practical accomplishments.
of the intervening period. Only afterr
Published every morning except Mondrhy *stmti hatei ol h
during the University year by the Board i submitting such a thesis would the
Control of Student Publications. _ ,degree be granted.
Members of Western Conference Editorial While the institution of such a sys-
Association, tem would be the subject for con-
The A sociated Press is exclusively en- siderable debate at Michigan, inas-
titled to the use for republication of all newrs much as theses have not been re-j
dis tcb es cr edited to it or not otherwise
credited in this papert tvd the locali nes pub- quired of candidates for a bachelor's
fished therein. degree in engineering, the adoption of
Entered at the postoffice at Ann ;Arbor, a similar plan in connection with the
M chigan, as second class matter. Special rated
of nostage granted by Third Assistant Post- awarding of master's degrees and
naster General, other advanced academic honors bears
Subscription by carrier, $3.50; by mail,
O. Abserious consideration. It is undoubt-
tfs:t Ann Arboy Press Building, May-
uar i :tret. . edly true that infinitely greater a-;
Phoies: Editorial, ?414 and 176-M; Bus1 chievements can be attained through
ness, 960.
- - - --- a thesis written on the basis of sev-}
Signed communications, not exceeding 300 eral years of practical expgrience,
a urd.Mill be published in The Daily at
the discreton of the Editor. Upon request, than in a paper compiled, as Tdr. Kel-
the identity of communicants will be re-
garded as confidential. ly has said, of second hand ideas pre-
r sented "with little understanding".
EDITORIAL STAFF No disadvantage can come to the can-
Teiefphoues, 2414 and 176-M dilate through the temporary with-
holding of his degree, and a man re-
MANAGING EDITOR ceiving his M.S. after definite accom-
HOWARD A. DONAHUE I plishments in the field of his en-
News ditr.... . .... . .....Julian E. Mck deavor would have a degree of much
Ciy dto..........- ..tai--r e

STEROLL EDITORIAL COMMENT
''7U5 ,ja 1r A E M E SIDA M E S
VOILA.LE BON DRINKING IN COLLEGES
FROMAGE (The New York Times)
Quick Watson, The Needle! Ever since the Volstead act defined
Dthe Eighteenth Amendment, college
ay anetwledespo t b authorities have been in a quandary
weyp upn yor cohlumnlyshoulder? what to do about it. Naturally it is
wee supn ur cyomsryo nddifficult to obtain precise data regard-
We shun publicity of a sort, you and nth etntowic teatis
' ~ing the extent to which the act is
I, Jase. And have you ever, at a
violated in the colleges, but informa-
sorority tea, say, become aware of a
tion from Harvard, Princeton and,
hole in your sock, no needle, and your th t-
Yale together with reports from oth-
fountain pen filled with red ink? Yep?
' Thn yu kow pon hatslederer seats of learning, indicates that the
effect seems to have been to driveo
threads; silk, lisle or woolen, one's,
reputation may hang. many students from the comparative
All which is preface to my return moderation of the last decade. ad
-homeward to mend said Coles Phillip- Prior to the Volstead act the col- ai
Ian garment, and my consequent fif- leges had their own code regarding
teen minute late entrance into theh drink. It was forbidden to bring in- IR
class room. He in the seat of the
mighty behind the prfessorial desk toxicants into university buildings.
threw out one arm to bring his wrist Drunkenness, if public, was "conduct Chi
watch into focus and in an oracular unbecoming a scholar and a gentle- 707No
manner vocalized thus; "This is too man". Moreover, the man who was
much" publicly intoxicated lost caste withj
Thus did the shrinking him avoid his fellows. They made a nice dis-
undesirable attention. After all it tinction between the celebration of
might have been better and wiser football victories, club elections and S S l
to dwell in the single cussedness of the like, and real addiction to drink.
a torn stocking than to invite the! This state of affairs was the culmin- 4 i
multiple publicity of a class room re- ation of fifty years of growing mod-
buke. eration. The old days when the few 252
Yours for courtesy, men were drunkards and the many PR:
Aldebaran. teetotalers were yielding to an almost
An*hnti prtn rpsto European practice.!
And then this sporting proposition In 1919 drinking rather than drunk- Hats1
the Times News is backing-this Old- enness became the social offense. The fl~at
er Boys' conference. We are inform- result was a rapid swing back from Jts l
ed that the local C of C worked like the -attitude that a man might drink, F"Is
hell to get this confere ofthe..hats
conference o but owed respect to his fellows in the log I
older mutts, and they are now beg- matter of conduct, to the boyish point
ging people to entertain 'em over the of view that intoxication was a joke, F7
'e c not on one's self, but on the law. The
(erring about God knows what. To sense of personal responsibility was (Wili
this end the Times News runs spir- miraculously shifted from the indi-
ited editorials comparing the towns- vidual to the law, and the result has
folk with the gallant Yostmen, and been occasional debauches in the un- IA
has worked up a sort of competition bEiversities.

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Wonder Selection of Personal
Engraved Christmas Cards.
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G R A H A M'S
. 301H ENDS O' THE DIAGONAL WALK,.
Order, Larly
Cars wanted for one hour and a half on Dee, 1st, to take visiting boys on u tour of eity.
Call V. Ne son at 258.

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e your feet examined
diagnosed by a spec-
t. Consultations Free.
ING WA RMOLTS
D. S. C.
ropodist and Orthopedist
rth University Phone 2652

Thanksgiving Eve
DA N C E
- , ye nesday, November 28th
9-- 1.25 per couple including
yax and Checking.
Music by Kennedy's G ranger. Academy Orchestra.

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y_ E itor .. . .... .... .. ariy l
ditorial Board Chairman.... R. C. Moriarty
Night Editors
s H. Ailes A. B. Conrable
R. A. Rillitw+,rn x. F. Vske

greater significance than one present-
ed wholly on the achievements of his
collegiate training.

Harry C. Clark j.G. Garlighose ROOT OF THE EVIL
P. M. Wagner TERO FTEEI
Spots Editor..............Ralph N. Bers Convention is built upon the little
W or,_'sEditto.:........... Win ona H'ibbard
Te egiaph Editor...............R. B. 'f'arr things that make up life, but life it-
Sunday azn E i or .. . F .Magazis dbineMsc dtr .. . .. ."Editoro el..el...pn.F.ssait Ciy lY f . . L.ieh ,l lar!ou f h chihe ltt e th n s r w
!isi Ed Iitn...Ed....ut AI w2 self is based upon big fundamentals
Assistmit City Emitr. .Kenneth C, i(elar out of which the little things grow.
Editorial Board Regulating the little things because
1'al i nstein Rokert Ramsay
Andrew Propper they are placed on the surface in
Assistants plain view is futile unless restrictions
3. C. Baeteke R. S. Manslield are also placed upon the fundamen-
1. -N. Berkman L. C. -Mack
t~lde'i Blown Verena Moran tals which lie beneath the surface
LaVri.)viWe Cote .IRegina Reincn1n and which inspire the little things.
U. v . Dais XV I. SL ')ncmari-
Er hrC ich IR.e K Sto The great fault with law making'
T. i. enry N.R r.bodies in all times has been their ten-
,)rothiy Ka-min S. B- Ti emhl1.
fosejki Kruger W.KJ. Va~tho r dency to crush out the harmless mite
Elizabeth 1ieberman on the surface without in any sense
dealing with the problem that lies be-
BUSINESS STAFF nfeath.
Telephone 960 The recent action of the Senate
sACommittee on Student Affairs was ev-
LAURENCE H. FAVROT idently a superficial handling of the
question of the Union opera. For
Advertising..................E. L. Dunne many years the Union has placed be-
A dvertising ..................... C.Purdy
Advrrising ............... . W. Roesser fore the faculty, students, and alum-
Accounts ..... .........A. S. Mo-ton i,-of the University theatrical pro-
Circoation................Perry vM. ayden ductions identical in nature to the
Pubuication ...............Lawrence fierce
Assistants one now being prepared for this year.
G. W. Campbell "dw. P floedemaker In the past, the productions have not
CharsChampin . L. Irla ndonly been free from any public Grit
oin Conlin Harold A. Marks icism of the kind implied in the ac-
Louis M. Dexter Byrop Parker ; tion of the Senate committee but they
JeehJ. Finn H. N1. Rockwell
David A. Fox H. E. Rose have, on the contrary, been highly
Lauren TTaight A. J. Seidman
H. ". Hale will Weise praised. The whole idea of the Un-
R. E. R.awkin C. F. White ion operas has been a clever burlesque
.. tof the modern musical comedy and the
titles under which the pieces have runj
during the last few years have borne
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1923 | out the character of the shows. This
--I year has been no exception.
Night Editor-EDGAR H. AILES The sub-title of this year's opera
while being entirely superfluous and
ONGRATULATIONS ILLINOIS unnecessary certainly merited no cen-
For the second consecutive year sure of itself. When the 'Senate com-
Michigan finds herself with an un- mittee attacked this small part of the
marred season's record in western 1924 opera they struck merely at the1
conference football. Likewise for the part of the production which is char-
second consecutive year Michigan a-cteristic of the whole thing. The
shares the championship honors. with] sub-title, "Never Made a Man Look
another conference school having di- Twice", certainly gives no other im-
vided first place with Iowa in 1922 pression than the one toward which
and ividing with Illinois this year. the complete production is pointed. If
Commenting upon this situation, the this sub-title is wrong, although the
Daily Illini says, "We would like to ordinary observer cannot see where
see a championship game with Mich- it is, then the idea of the entire piece
igan of course. We would like to must be at fault and worthy of at-
have the football supremacy of the tack. Why then does a serious body
Western Conference settled once and concern itself with such a trivial andl
for all by such a game. Yet we superficial point and refuse to work
realize that a post season game is with the heavier problems beneath.
impossible. And with all this we do If there is an evil, a policy which
not forget that Michigan has been a will definitely remedy it is the only
worthy and respected rival * * * one to pursue, and if there is no evil,
to Coach Yost and Michigan our hear- then there is no room for criticism,
tiest congratulations. May the teams! of this nature.
meet next year."
Michigan returns the compliment.
-V46 -too- realize that Illinois Cie
through withcolors flying. The Big Twenty-Five Years,
Ten season ended in a tie which on- Ago At Michigan
fy the most rabid of partisans would,
venture to break by ealling either a;
better team. But -we look forward to From the files of the U. of M. Daily,
the battle next year. Congratulations, November 28,1898.
Illinois. ____

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prices for Ilit-ChI Work.
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ere D. U. It. Stops at State)

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boys during the Older Boys' confer- t~ySMYTHE x--
ence. R. C. Paderewski ran him a'[t
close second with 49, while Chas. [-+
Spinoza was a good third, chalking ! The Great Humbug CUB KA I -
up 31 boys. You can fool some of the people -
Whoosh! j all :of- the time, -or1 all, of the people PRICES
* * * some of the time. ,But you can't fool 6&
-on Soles, Heels, and l
Ach, Gott! Der Kunst is lang; Ali -the people all of the'time."
Und kurz is unser Leben! - kds o Soe Repairing for
There lived once a man who thought1 The success of Dr. Frederick A. two weeks irst W
it would be nice if he could play on Cook as an oil stock swindler is cur- CS X
some musical instrument; by means ious sinc' he has twice appeared in =done on all repair6o1bs.
of this {accomplishment, he consid- the limelight as an' i ostor extraor-
ered, he would be able to while away- dirI ;It shows ft the memory - -P
his lonely evenings, playing to him- of the public is remarkably short and THE STATEi STliET 4 1
self by the fire. that fame after all is transcendental.
-.,-REPAIR 8110P
And so, partly from regard for his It was this same Dr. Cook who, pos-
childish memories, and partly as the ing as an explorer, pretended that - 301 South Slate Street
result of dickerings with the clerk he had climbed Mount McKinley and R Next to Wagner & Co.
at the music store,.hepurchased a - beaten Admiral Peary to the NorthN tr&
'French horn, and made arrangements Pole, though-the truth of the matter
with a virtuoso on that instrument to was that he had ' not been near the-
'take lessons'. Pole and had not ventured higher up
By unflagging industry, coupled on McKinley than a spur far from the
with a hitherto unsuspected talent for summit. Yet Dr. Cook became fam-
the French horn, the man soon as- ous; wrote books about both these1
quired quite a considerable proficien- feats of his imagination; and deliv-
cy, and in a year he finished the vir- ered lectures to thousands of people T h'
tuoso's course. before he was exposed as a humbug. :h . 1 S6
tAnd finally came the night when * * *
he was to play to himself before his To perpetrate two of the greatest G
fire at home. He purchased a copy of humbugs in history and then attempt
"Would God I Were a Tender Apple- another requires nerve. To travel ov-
blossom" at the music store, prac- er the country and deliver lectures
ticed it a few times in his office af-- on bogus feats, lectures that for a
ter the force had left, walked home to time at least fooled the whole world Frid y
get himself into a pensive mood, and including many eminent men of
sat down at his hearth. science, also requires nerve. It seems
And he played and he played and a pity that daring like that should be :
he played. And he enjoyed the new so misdirected.
piece immensely, and then he play- I Nerve like that could make a- pres-B
ed all the others he knew, and final- ident, win a war, clean up Wall street,
ly he played finger exercises, till he or corner wheat and instead it takes HUSK0H
became drowsier and drowsier, sim- to the paltry and easy task of swindl-
ply letting his fingers wander over ing the gullible public.
the stops, and puffing softly at the * * *
mouthpiece. . . . After he had made his claim to at-
And then-he fell asleep. And -the tainingathe Pole, Dr. Cookhad the
horn, released from the support of world at his feet. His exploit was z
his hand, slipped down and broke his the wonder of the age. With a few
neck. . . . l Esquimo he hadaccomplishedwhat,

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A VVO UNCING
Intercollegiate Ball
and Ballroom

HOTEL, CH-ICAGO

enn g,

Decem ber

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ATTLE .af MUSICU
kRE and his 1 piece orchestra
Dancing 9 tO2

--- The next
HOLDING UP DEGREES course will
Advancing the unique idea that a, by Hon. J.

lecture in the Unity Club
be given Monday evening,
M. B Sill, of Detroit, on

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nian should not be given his engin-
eering degree 'until several years af-
ter graduation from a technical school,
William Kelly, one of the prominent1
mining engineers of the country, has
suggested. that aspirants for such a
degree be required to demonstrate'
some practical application of their
tademic -training before having a
degree conferred upon them. Deplor-
ing the situation as it now exists at
many schools which require the com-
pilation of an extensive thesis by the
comrpletion of -the senior year, hel
suggests that a paper based upon firstr
hand findings be submitted afterE
three years of actual experience, andi

"Korea and Its People". Mr. Sill was
formerly president of the Normal
school at Ypsilanti and is very well
known here. He was appointed U.
S. Minister to Korea by President
Cleveland and will therefore speak
from his own knowledge and observa-
tions of the country. As the Eastern
question is looming up in the near
future of America, our interest in it
is something more than mere curios-
ity.
Roman gambling bones were the
novel instruments of ancient fun lov-
ers which Instructor Dennison exhib-
ited yesterday to his freshman Latin

Peregrine Pickled. Peary had failed to do after devoting
* * * his professional career to the under-
Additional Correspondence taking. By sheer audacity, Cook con-
Dear Jase: vinced the majority of people in this
We will try something on you. At country. He was honored in other
least we think it's different. lands as well. In Copenhagen he was
We like your column but not near- received by the Crown Prince of Den-
ly as well as we like you. mark, acclaimed by the people, and
We would greatly enjoy a picture of honored by scientific societies. It was
you taken in that niche. Why don't Admiral Peary himself who finally
you pubish one at the top of that attacked Cook's pretentions; but
wonderful Philosophy -of yours? { more than three months passed be-
You might loan M.K. your shoulder fore a commission of the University
to weep on. of Copenhager eported that the doc-
We think you look quite nice in uments submitted for their examina-
that leather coat. Especially with tion did not "contain observations and
a short Jersey wool coat by your information which- can be regarded as
side. proof that Dr. Cook reached the North
Sam. Pole on his recent expedition". T'he
downfall of the pretender came as a
There is just one reason why we big surprise to the public and "How

o meals wil be served
Thursday at the A rcade
anl NILt% chig'an Cafter .

the awarding of the degree be based class. There were two knuckle bones,
upon that. or"tali" and one bone cube called

Spen usual on Friday.

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