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THE MICHICAN DAILY

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IClAL NEWSPAPER O
JNIVERSITY OF MICHI(
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g the University year by the
*ol of Student Publications
mbers of Western Conference
ciationl.
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1 therein.
tered at the postoffice at At
igan, as second class matter. S
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Cr iieneral.'
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Si reet.
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960.
ned communications, not exce
, will be ,uilislled in The
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EDITORIAL STAFF
Telephones, 2411 and 17
MANAGING EDITOR
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>ri' Board Chairman.... R. C
Night Editars

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iiington
C. Clark
P. M.

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r G. Garlin

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a rassitg grade to just about anyone
Swho has the persistance to get it.
There is always a tendency at this 0AS ED LL CAMPUS
F THE t"me for students who have had a D I./AMPU
AN grade in a course to give up and de- SOLVI THE L
cidIe they can't get a ,C. As a result
Monday they generally get an E. On the oth- : WITHIN To the Editor:
Board in r
er hand there are some who will wake Advocates of th
up and get to work and change an E Piece de Resistance and peace propoga
into a C before the course closes. Oth- If we are ever forced to be a me- also, to som exte
!er things being equal, they are the chanic of any sort, we shall be a seem obsessed with
sively en-adcniospe
i all news ones who in years to come will be plumber. There is something so in- and conditions pe
otherwise ., war.hSuch occurr
news pub- ponted out as men who "arethr
inw thed pinch". ere effably swank about the veriest type of Ciil ar nd the
-- plumber -a somethfing that even the Cilwaanth
n .Ad f o"Marcus Aurelius may have been n Meio a s
pecial rate I meditating on college courses when n A rebellion agains
tent Pcst- earth can't quite swinyb
ihe made one of his famous observa- Not that the bricklayer doesn't lead
by mail' tions to the effect that a strong fin- a soft life too. No no. He doe all motives, or, by di
ing, May. Iish is as important as a goodbegin- day what Presidents of this greatmland a
;m; 1%si- ning. At any rate its value. in these dathaarsietionhslra'ln y it ie n usi
can only do whent they're not shaking tsalwys a ndri
cases can hardly be overestimated; a hands or playing golfor dischargingaalw s and
eding 3o fact which should be. encouraging toj the other onerous duties of .their lawlessness." A
Daily at those who have not maintained a sat- may be strong en
.1aen -if gaeutlnw flce. Furthermore he has underlings:
il. re sfactory:grade until now. he calls for his bricks, and he calls subjects yet itse
I for his pipe, and he calls for his de- clous thing possi
CI-EAN 'IEJJTP NOW AND) KEELPfrhi e
EAE}WE puties three. They hand him bricks, But Professor
THEM CLEANED . they mix mortar for him-while HE thing when he sa
- e duct of statesmans
An article published fron a London sits on a seat he spent half an hour Yut o sta
journal in The Daily of yesterday constructing, and ever and anon lays Yet also is it a
things; of habit,
E - morning showed the great horror en- a 'brick.tis; an haits
E Mack tertained abroad at the casualities re- But he doesn't have the class. ish and puerile sy
arry lIoey sulting from the American game of The plumbers-now there's a bunch ces, oerin
Moria-ty football. The wide publicity given to of boys that have a profession, if men, of ridiculous
I of lawful enactmei
ble football injuries brings them clearly you know what we mean. They don't allow the bottling
before the public view and the rules work on a cold roof, but in a snug
ghouse of the game are continually being re- little cellar. They have an esprit de sources privleges
IThe. theory of ti,
N. Ryers vised that the danger may be minimiz- corps, an elan, a dash that the car- id.
i ibbard ed and the game maintainpopular penters and bricklayers spss deou
L. 'ren approval. beat. And they have toolso . reles it because
A howell I. selves with thing
C. Kellier IFootball players, however, go into The tools of a plumber, which are ldikt
lte game voluntarily with a full famous in song and story, we always pe today is "del
rt Rar'iay knowledge of the dangers they will thought were a myth cooked up byOPC t is e
encounter on the field. If these dan- the editors of Life, like the mother- cated American,a
ield gers are too great or, at least, if the in-law and theliChristmas necktie. But is wiiinx'to lend
benefits of the game does not suffi- last summer we worked on the Uni- him on,his feet;
hman ciently offset the dangers, tbe men are versity building program, and we saw terai a partne
tnant at full liberty to refrain from partic- , plumbers in action with our own nak- only because of
ipating. A person cannot convenIert- ed eye. They have tools all right, oly bus so
%l ly refrain from using the public They used to blow in about nine o'- e
own ability.
our streets, however, in carrying out his clock-we laborers supposed in a Then we feel t
every day duties and the casualities vague way that they had been 'getting be found along
,caused by icy side walks might eas- ready' down a4 the shop- and then channels. War in
ily rival those of football if proper they all sat down on their itionstrous duct". Little is to
light could be thrown on them. tool chests, lit their pipes, and sat sort of an associ
The carelessness of Ann Arbor pro- around like so many pirates, telling as they now exist.
f Jperty owners in keeping the walks in fabulous tales of adventure in dank, ksthnw e.s
Ikilling warfare.
front of their homes in a usable con- dark, dangerous sewers, while we bus-
. dition during the winter months has ied ourselves nearby, pulling nails the persons and t
v. Roesser caused a great deal of trouble and softly lest we miss a word. every day; not in
K q,,hcrer eeydy oi
S. Murton inconvenience to pedestrians who have And then they'd start work. They ernments" whose
ice Pie been forced to use these public thor- were digging a narrow ditch through war since their
oughfares during the past years. The the basement, and the way that boss
oedemaker weather this year has prevented all deployed his forces was nothing short ;
nd such contingencies this year although l'of masterly. By the light of one fatA
nd SU PA
Marks the walks yesterday morning gave a plumber's candle, one man dug. The TOIT'IYIPAdJIIr
e' warningthat this state is' not to. con- others sat around him, each fac Tg a
,wotvne ny different window to the cellar, watch- IdvKould like to
ar Property owners who have ay d ing for the Big Bos. ifeceappear
e in their city will start imiediately to And some of them talked, .nd some . Dec hr .11 th
3cprevent any recurrence of the terrible of them smoked, and some of them only now ecom
conditionris which faced . pedestrians j lay back and dreamed six-inch pipe Ing x trs
last year. Now is the timne to begin dreams. . . represhntivet
[924 cleaning the walks of ice 'and "snow i * * games.
-4 and keeping them well sanded.s This vacation we worked in a book= South Africa ha
!AGNER Cit.y officialsadave been exceedingly store. We sold junk that went .by the 504 .ir."ledg
lax in seeing tia~tthe public ways, name of Rustcraft products. t.w' Wlis t record
WAR1 were kept in good condition in past' ko w. cookie slicers and bble. k o n atl
sus occa- years. but it is time that this duty lblcvIng -outfits, wrapped up inv nattyoa e 'he

OINION
EAGUE PROBLEM
e League of Nations
nda in general, and
nt, their opponents,
h the circumstances
culiar to the recent
ances- as our tragic;
currant retolution.
in dim perspective.'
t lawmor its admin-
justified by highest
ire necessity; or it
tiflcatloi. But cer-
st to classify war1
inevitably 'wicked
certain authority
.ough to control ts
If be the m6 vi-!
3e.
Slosson says some-
ys "war is a by-pro-
ship." That is true.
product of other
of customs, of fool-
stems, that place ex-
the hands of few
political machinery.
nts and usages that
up of economic re-
s, and so on.
he League of Nations
But practical minds
they concern them-~
s as they are, not as
o have them. Eur-
vil sick", but some
well. . The sophist-
as 1 have met him.
I good offices to get
but don't care to en-
rship. That is not
fear of the "devil
ecause we fear our
hat Peace is only to
other and deeper
ndeed is a "by pro-
o be hoped from any
ation of governments
Few persons want
The remedy then is
ast majority against
ustoms breeding war
associating with gov-
methods have led to
genesis.
E. W. Robinson.
CAN ATHLETICS
correct the mviou
ing in The Da~iy o
at South Africa has
e justified, by beat
k team, toseid her
o the next Olympic
as done so to my per
e since 1914. 'Just
has been I do not
least' thr braiiches
ha0; at different
Aten, name I .the mar-
istanqe. cycling eveni
veight boxing cham-

A

Happy New

Year

BTH NGRAHAM'S
BOTHENDS OF THE DIAGONAL

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standing fact of general interest to
the layman is the indication in the
report that he campaign against tu-
.berculosis is winning the battle. That
would seem to be clearly shown by the
figutes. They cover only a five-year
period. Were they extended back ov-
er a greater series of years they would
tend to the same conclusion, perhaps'
with greater emphasis.
Read the Want Ads

The Western Union Telegraph Co.
Has Opened a
Public Branch Office
for accommodation of the University Section in
The Blu-Maize Blossom Shop
No. 9 Nickels Arcade.
A telegraph operator will transmit messages over direct wires.
Office hours 8 a. m. to 9 p. m.

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Service through Calkins-FlI
Read The Dail
lI tudesl:ll-llIlitllItI!
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etcher Drug Store has been discontinued.
y "Classified" Columr

All

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i~nrk man
B~rown
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R2 S. Mansf
E. C. Mack
Vcrena Mora
Rgiua Reic
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K. E. Styer
N. It. '1 a1
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HQLIDAY SALE ON
'MEN'S HATS
Hats that were $3.50, Now $3.00
I ts that were $4.00, Now $3.50'
Hats that were $4.50, Now $3.75
Hats that <were $5.00, Now $4.25
Hats Cleanumd and Reblocked at.
low prices for High-Class Work.'
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard St. Phone 1792
(Where D. U. R. Stops at State)

ry time.

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This is invento

Take

11 enry .
y Kam i
SKruger
ethl Liceerman

inventory of your toilet supplies
and then refill your stock at

BUSINESS STAFF
Telephone 9;0
BUSINESS MANAGER
LAURENCE H. FAVRO'
vert ing.................E.
'er sing........ ..........
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ounts.... .................A.\
:outs .. . .., .. A. R
uition .........Plerry
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Assistants
1V. Campbell iw T) iT
ne Caisa,, N. E. Ilolla
s. Champion X. L. Ircli
ni Conlin Harold A.P
is M. Dexter Byron Park
eph T. Finn II. M. Roc
id A. Fox IT. ,. PRs
iron Tthiiht A. J. Seidm
L. H1ale Wili Weise
E. liavletn-on C.F. White
R. C. Winter
FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, '
ight Editor-PHILIP M. W
A HELPING HAND INI
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Mann's Drug Store

Read the Want Ads

IE 213 Main Street

Ann Arbor

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fed. 8-10
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Tlotkets at S ter s

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navingsiguie e,~ U_ u5v~
ns her desire of preserving a state be brought to their attention and their
maximum peacefulness throughout assistance enlisted to compel care-
mless property owners to keep the
e world, the United States is exalted streets clean. Certain University stu-
the minds of the greatest diplomats dents may be willing to face the dan-1
r her moral attitude toward warfare, gers of a football game but very few
spite of the particular methods of them delight in the prospect of
tich are refused or accepted for the having to crawl over the ice to their
rtherance of this ideal. When, how- classes with the possibility of break-
er, the government' officially con- in~g their noses aI a reward for their
lers making a sale of fire-arms and diligence. Clean, them up now and
imunition to a foreign government keep them cleaned.
aid in the pursuit of acivil war,
3 precedence given to mercenary in-ral i
'ests as over the idealistic aim of
nation can only bring condemnation Twenty-Five Years
on the people of a country such as Ago At M ichigan
Trs.pii fArsMiihnwb-
rhe spirit of a resolution now be- '

boxes with little dedibatory lyrics on
the outside.
Thus:

tf~res "Pep" unbez
athon, th -long d
and light wv
pionship.

Adjustable Steel Ice Pick
This sharp pointed pick
Will cut your ice,
And when you have finished
You'll say, "Mighty nice!"

I

e Congress designed to preclude
her transactions between the Un-
I States government and other na-
>s involving the sale of implements
warfare is only coherent with the
icies which the United States is
'suing in the present Mexican cris-
Where the government has not
en active steps of intervention be-
se there has been no apparent need
such action, it is an apparent side

Fr-n the files of the .IT of M. Daily.
January 4, 1899.
"Shorty" Allen, captain of the Var-
sity reserves, is the originator of a
new fad. From autograph sofa pil-
lows to autograph hats was quite a
step, but he goes one better and has
instituted the autograph coat. All ov-
or his light coat appear names of
those who have distinguished them-
sel-^s in the University. The lapels

These Printers
(From the Chi Trib Inquiring Report)
Peter Kaitis, 3150 Monroe street,
printer-I'd like to, see subways
well under way in Chicago in 1924.
That's the one thing that would ben-
efit the greatest number of persons
In this city. Here's hoping theuyear
will produce something to put: it
over.
Carlo.
One more: thing that annoys us is
the little quarter-column ads the ind-;
sical instrument purveyers put in the
back of magazines like the American.
The text of theads is nearly .sensible,
but the pictures are per-fectly idiotic.
They porfray a musical family-the
kind that you see only in vaudeville
-the Musical Maloneys-sitting in the
quiet of the back parlor at home. But
it ain't quiet any more-now they have
music in the home! Sister is playing
the piano, brother no. 1 is playing the
traps, brother no. 2 is playing the uk-
ulele, brother no. 3 (or possibly sis-
ter's fella, who has come over for the
evening of fun) playing the violin, and
the proud papa leaning jazzily back-
ward with a saxophone hanging out

W. Leveson, '24D.j
EDITOUATCO VANTF
WINNING THE WAR ON TUBERCU.
LOSIS
(The Boston Evening Transcript)
Figures made public by the Bureau
of the Census go to show that con-
tinned '-pigres is being made in the
~war obn.;tuberculosis. . The proportion'
of deaths to 100,000 of population has
continued to decline during the period
covered by the report which begins.
with the year 1918. The rate was then
150. . Last year it was 97. This' de-
cline in the rate, however, was ac-
companied during 1922 with a slight
increase in the actual number of deaths
as compared withthe preceding years.
The figures are 88,136 for 1921 and
90,452 for 1922.
Comparison is made of the death
rates from tuberculosis in all the
States included in the registration ar-
ea. This comparison goes farther
than the mere consideration of the ac-
I tual number of deaths in proportion
to the total population. The census
statisticians work out adjusted rates
which make allowance for differences
in ages and the proportion of the sex-
es in the several States, and showl how
the deaths would compare if these
differences did not exist..; In 1922;
there were 3732 deaths from tulercu-
losis -in Massachusetts. The adjusted
rate 'is 90, which is a little lower than
the rate of Rhode Island and Connec-
ticut, and is higher than the rates in
the three Northern States, which- are
81.2 in Maine; 86.8 in New Hampshire
and 87.8 in Vermont. Outside New'
'England, New York has a rate of 93.8
New Jersey 91.2, and' Pennyslvania
87.8. It may be said in general that
western States, except those to which
invalids flock in large numbers, and
southern States, as far as the white

Read the Want Ad,
GARIC a.attat :00~
GARRICKTonight at .8:00
E. H. JULIA
Sothorn Marlowe

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TONIGHT "HAM ET "
Friday ....:...."TWELFTH NIGHT"
Saturday Mat. "ROMEO AND JULIET"
Sat. Eve. "TAMING OF THE SHREW"
Prices: $1.00 to $&.00 (plus tax)
GCE NERAL STEAM S H I PAGT.
Tickets, Travelers Checks Letters of Credit, Tour-..
tat Insurance, etc. Passport. visae1 ,, . cearanea
papers, readxmission fflidat8. etc., ' orlptito4.
ims Europe, Ofent, Cruise, ours, et.
Our legalized papers bring relatives grid friends to
U. 9. from foreign countries. INSURANCE@ All
E.dG. KUEBLER, 601ie. uron St.
Phone 1384 ANN ARBOR, MICH.
When you want a
steak that's
cooked right,
and is right,
served right,
come to
JOE PARKER'S
Corner Huron and IVoprth Ave.,
,usic from 6 to 9
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Engineers' and Architects' Materials
Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books
Cameras and Supplies
Candies, Laundry Agency, Tobaccos

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from the policy to permit the sale3
nimunition that the Obregon gov-

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nent may pursue its conflict with
de la Huerta faction with greater
lency.
is wholly within the power of the
department to authorize the sale I
nunitions to whatever party de-V
s to buy, and so long as this con-
in exists, its power will include

aro reserved for the Varsity football
team and the lining for freshmen.
Whetber the fad will reach the di-
mrensions of the autograph hat crazel
remains to bel seen. But it has start-
ed.
Dr. Eliza Mosher, dean of the we-I

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,t of provoking disputes and war 'mail's department, has decided to in- of his mouth.
e between many nations which the teroduce shadow photographing into . A pretty picture of our American
ited States has in one manner or the work of the woman's gymnasium. home life, hey?
ither endeavored to establish on a Her idea, she said was to take full * * *
ndation of permanent peace. The length pictures of the girls at inter- In comes our A D T messenger
itlessness of efforts offered in the vals through the year so that any with a message and, a hot scandal
t interests of peace is only too ob- girl by comparing two or more of the story. It seems she was sitting in
us if the aggravating factors which shadow pictures might see how the ; the peanut-no! It doesn't seem at'
tmhibute to the spirit of a destruc- gymnasium work was improving her all. She WAE 'sitting in the peanut'
e militarism are allowed to runc -gallery in the President theater at
n unhampered. President Angell's office at the Un- Washington D. C. looking bored be-
i er!ity is being remodelled. An iron tween the acts, when along came a
STEP ON IT ceiling is being put in and a private guy yelling at the top of his jolly
'his is no time of year for quitters. Aofice will be set apart from the gen- lungs "Git yore opra scores here! Op-
there are any of them they will eral office. ra scores!"
el op into acute cases within the -jAnd who do you suppose this ban-

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