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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SILV SH PPORTS
WORLO DEMOCRACY
Cliveland Rabbi Attacks Opponents of
"Greatest Thing Ihuman Mind
Has Conceived"

MARX UNFOLDS POLICIES BY RADIO

ADELPHI TO MEET

TEMPLE BEThEL QUARTETS
FURNISh MUSICAL PROGRAM
Speaking on the subject, "The Tri-
umph and the Failure of Democracy,"
Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, of the Tem-
ple of Cleveland, who was the prin-
cipal speaker at the University serv-
ices held at 7:30 o'clock Sunday eve-
ning, under the auspices of the Stu-
dent Christian association, summar-
ized the conclusions of modern aun-
thors in regard to democracy.
World War
"Great movements very often result
in the very opposite from the purpose
for which they were first set in ac-
tion," he said. "War, very often re-
sults in an utterly different objective
from that which is originally intend-
ed. The European war was started in
behalf of democracy. Yet in the en-
tire past century democracy has not
been as much questioned as it has
been in the past five years."
Rabbi Silver stated the conclusions
of a number of authors who have writ-
ten on that subject within the last few
years. "There is a new literature on
democracy," he said. "Some of the
writers come from the ranks of hab-
itual anarchists; the most from staid
conservatives. What is more they de-
clare that democracy is the system of
fools or the leveling down; that dem-
ocracy has failed."I
He then took up his own viewpoint
and began to defend world democracy.
"In spite of these accusations," 'he
said, "it isthegreatest thing human1
mind has yet conceived. It is the
greatest thing because it pays atten-

Adelphi House of Representatives
will meet at 7 o'clock tonight at
Spedding's studio for the annual pic-
ture for the* Michiganensian. Im-
mediately following the taking of the
picture the group will adjourn to the
Adelphi room on the fourth floor of
University hall for the regular week-
ly, meeting.
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Ir. Wilhelm Marx (tit extreme left) with members of his cabinet l a radio brEa:casting station.
German chancellors come and go so rapidly that the radio is about the only means of communication that
will get the promulgations of the encumbent to the people before his mnistry falls. Dr. Wilhelm Marx, the j
present chancellor :of the republic is shown here making use of a government radio station to address himself;
directly to the people.
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tion to individualistic personality 1 11i a115UILL I More than 50 group representatives man there is a limitless possibility for
Aristocracy, on the other hand, lets attended a meeting in the Union Sun- I ney making."
potential energy and talent go to Klan Announces Presence in Ann day afternoon at which the plans for 'The representatives were asked to
waste. Monarchism makes for same Arbor by Showing Symbol the Union Fair were outlined and the discus: the ideas suggested with their
ness and uniformity. i Twice Saturday Nightj part that the fraternities and oher up5 ant
Abraham Lincolnad take immediate action on
"Democracy readily shows its qual- POLICE CHIEF LAYS BLAME campus organiations can take in it them. Each society wishing to enter
ity when it finds its supreme vindica- OF AFFAIRS TO YOUNGST1RS explained. a booth has been asked to submit its
tion in the sainted Abraham Lincoln Needs for Pool idea to Livingston as soon as possible.
onomic, s ocraand poiticali eq ty, .Ku Klux Klan auspiciously an- jThomas, J. Lynch, '25L, president C: c ssions for the booths will be
liberty, and the ri ht to the pursuit of nounced its presence in Ann Arbor 1f the Union, aare >ed the delegates awarded as soon as a sufficient number
libetyandtherigh tothepuruit f frst exlainng he urpse o th ciides h r een submitted. The
-one's God," he concluded, "if this is at 8:15 o'clock Saturday night, when Fair as a means of raising money to F air will hel s March 7 and 8.
democracy, then it is of the nature of its fiery cross, standing on the lawn comples th m sim sing oandem-.
,, complete the swimming pool and em-
the eternal." qrat the north side of Wesley hall on phasising need of the pool for Mich-
The double quartet of the Temple State street, illuminated the entire igan. John D. Briscoe, '24E, g I
Bethel of Detroit furnished the music- vicinity. A similar cross. burned on chairman of the Fair committees, next
al prog;ram for the services. William :d
Ilrogramd. ofor te seve. Wlock the Geddes avenue boulevard at 11:00 explained the general outline of the
Hlowland. A the Detroit Institute of o'clock the same night. Fair according to tentative plans that
Musical Art and formerly of the voice The cross was four feet hig. I airhaccordingdtowtentativeaplansithato
Muesict whgh Itsofnhs have been driaWn up and according to
department of the School of s upright piece was a pole two Inches plans of previous Fairs given by the,
here, was the director. The ritual ser- square, with a spike in the end to Union.
vice was read by Dr. L. M. Franklin, facilitate driving it into the frozen The actual explanation of the part
of Drit, and the scripture an theground. The entire cross was wrapped to be played by organiations was un-. May be foun for
enedictio n w ere given by Rev. S. S.with burlap strips, and well soaked in dertaken by Charles Livingston, '25,
«i'othe Unitarian church here. either tar or oil. Its light was clear chairman of the carnival and midway, ' 'Iy our
rni ' aand brilliant, and might ha-ve burned committee. The committee will have
________. for some considerable time had it not charge of the side shows that the The service e
been for police officers applying water -,oups will conduct. '
m1 to it and quenching the blaze before Livingston rexplained the general
Wn rrrUM S it had burned five minutes. plan of the Fair first. "Outside the
M LChief of Police Thomas O'Brien said door we will have the regulation tic- Farmers & M
that the two crosses meant nothingiket selling wagons just as at a cir-
being probably the work of young- cus," he said. "On the interior the
sters, and attached no significance to Yost field house, where the Fair will 0 105 SOUTH MAIN
() the event. "The Klan cross," said Mr. be held, will be as much like a circus
(ortou f cope Onwite)h O'Brien, "is usually accompanied by a as we can make it. Probably we will
the Wleyrinesptoscope wih mand meeting. There was no meeting vis- have an animal show in a main tent
he was larely responsible for many( ible Saturday night. The crosses were near the entrance where we will cage
obft the kllinois points, throughphssset up by two young fellows who came some of the wildest 'animals' in captiv-
ablility-to keen the ball in Illin' i -in an old flivver, lighted them, and ity. These animals will be furnished
session. left hurriedly," he said. by the fraternities."
SumJaAy: The actual strength of the Klan in Want Ideas-
MICHIGAN FG FT T Ann Arbor is not known except, pos-- "Around the side of the field house written with a Parker
sibly,' by the actual members. How- where a regulation three ring circus Glenn W.Miler, guard on Iowa's
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Cherry, G0. .-....-........1wrong with the Klan itself. But if it One of them is to have an arrange--
gets into the hands of an unscrupu- ment with a target on it, sell baseballs
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