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are undesirable substitutes for good
- humor and the resorts of unoriginalI
minds alone. And in a positive way
OFFICIAL .NEWSPAPER OF TILE we stand for freshness and spontan-
iety of wit, justice, and reform."
In pursuing policies such as thosc
Plised ve rni rsity y xcar by be ord nexpressed by the Princeton man, thej
Control of Student Publications. humorous publications of various col-
~ --____ -leges can do much to stimulate a clear-
,t e orE er judgment of true wit as disting-
~ ~ ~~-uished from foolishness and vulgarity
The Associated Press is exclusi--ely en- America has many masters of humor
titled to the ie for republication of all newsA c a Y ae h
dispatches cretiited to it or not otherwise I on her lecture platforms, her college
credited in this reaper and the local news pub- facul , an n her libras Ev
i:;hed therein~.I auteadihelbris:E n
rEntere! at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,th sule ngih wt hch sa
.ichigan, as second class matter. Special rate through centuries of development be-#
of postage granted by Third Assistant Icst- come renowned for its impenetrabil-
master eneral.
Subscription by carrier, $3.50; by malnil, ity, never had any exponent as char-
Ofics: Ann Aior Press Buikting, May- acteristic as Mark Twain, the embod-
njar! t et.E ,76-M; B si- iment of freshness and spontaniety.
hess, 9ba. d Humorists can lay too much stress
- ,on the exclusion of the uncomely fea-!
signed conmunications, not exceeding 300
xoi dl, wi be published in The Daily at tures however, and fail to instill thej
the .11s-retiort of the aditor. Upon reqst, Oitie" qualities without whichI
the ld,.rtity of conIimuniatts will be re- Oh~
garded as confidential. Icleverness ceases to be wit. It is
this phase of ' college humor Which

-I- -
Yesterday the Gar.
goyle Was Sold on
the Campus]
Today, kiddies, as an extra special
treat because exams are so near, the
kind and generous Cowles is print-

No, we cannot see the man
his feet, but that is what
waves in a bathtub.
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Diaries and Desk Calendars

And now kiddies, you've had your
little treat. And isn't Mr. Cowles r
kind man? Yes indeed Mr. Cowles is
a very kind man.
3-1r. Jason fowles.


ing some nice pictures for you to look
at and admire. Here they are.
This man is a lecturer. He has
just finished his lecture, and the peo-
ple have applauded, and he is bowing
to them. The reason he is smiling
is because he is pleased because they
' applauded. If he only knew it, they



To the Editor:
The Student Christian association


Telephones, 2414 and 176-M

beckons for genius, either another
Mark Twain, or a Stephen Leacock, or
even an Irvin Co; b.



Nlews ditor............... Julian E. Ma- k I I i*THISSUILE probably didn't really like his lecturei
Editoi2 Board Chaira....R. C. Moriarty
City Editor... .. - Twice each year, there comes to but just applauded because it is The
Night Editors many persons here on the campus "a Thing To Do.
1;. H. Ailes A. i. Connable fear that tells of many things. 01 He has on a tuxedo, which some
.AryiC Clarkn P. M.Wagner some, it tells of the ending of an ex-! people call a dinner suit, and some
Spoits Fditor...............Ralph N. Bjers istende both desired and undesired; people call a dress suit. Other peo-
Vomen's Editor..........i"ona Hbbard of others, it tells of the beginning o ple call it a tux.
TIelegr aph Editor.........R. B. TIa~r
Sunday Mogaziz.e Editor.... .F. L. Tilden a totally new period in their life ex- * * *
ssia Editor........Kenneth C. Kellr periences; and so it continues on and L A U N D R E S S
E-litorial Board on, never really changing even though
Paul Einstein 1?01ert Ramsay the persons concerned are different
Andrew Propper people. There are however several
Assistants . things that are worthy of notice, par-
B rkan E. C. M.tckt ticularly at a time immediately pre-1
LIlen Br-own Verena Moran fCdn xmntos
Ier-radette Cute Regina ReichnmAnS ceding examinations.
G. W. Danis W. if S'oneman In this period referred to, namely
er.. . Erlc K. I.RStyoer that of the present, there are many
. . lenry N. R. Tael who are apprehensive lest they fare
! orotliy Kamin S. B. Tremblyt~
oseph ruger W. J. Waltmaour disastrously in the coming series of
_ zabh _-ee--- examinations. Their fears are based
BUSINES STAFFon the fact that throughout the se- This lady is a l'aundress. Her du-
USINESS STAFF hmester just passing into history they ties are to wash clothes-socks, pa-
Telephone 960 have failed to do their part in the pro-I janras, shirts, small-clothes, handker-
-- cess of becoming acquainted with a chiefs, and laundry bags; to hang the
BAUINESS MANAGER I particular study or field of research same on a line where they. will dry;'
1 In this, of course, so far as being able r and then to iron them and make her
Advertising..................E. L. Dunne to definitely answer specific questions little boy haul them away in the ex-
d..W Ro dssey is concerned, they become unfortunate press wagon Santa brought him last
A dveitiwing............" .R se
Adveitising.-. . .....W. xSchcrer individuals. But finally, there is nc Christmas. She is here seen hanging
Accouiits ..............A. S. Marton
Circulation ................Perry M. Hayden one to blame except themselves. Be- up a handkerchief to dry.
Publicalion................Lawrence Pierce ing engaged in school activities as an She has just finished hanging up twc
Assistants excuse, is, too, a very weak and un- stockings. She has on an apron, and
G. ll Campbell N.wE. .olanda acceptable measure that some resort behind her may be seen her "laun-
Chas. Champion M. L. Ireland to. These thoughts are petty, and in dry basket," in which she keeps the
John Conlin Haroid A. Marks
Louis M. Dexter Byron Parkei themselves of no value. clothes before she has hung them out
oseph J. Fini 11. M. Rockwell But there is one compensation and to dry.
David A. Fox II. E. Rose
Lauren Haight A. J. Seidnan that a trully good one. To the indi- She is a colored laundress.
I. L. Hale Wili Weise i. w h o rg e
R. E. Hawkinson C. F. White vidual who has gone through the so-
R. C. Winter mester without devoting his full en- A M A N
ergies to his studies, but has ratherf
chosen to divide his time in a mannei
that speaks of sincerity in a field o,
THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1924 two other than his studies, there is duer,"
Night Editor-THOMAS E. FISKE a certain amount of respect. In all
S - - cases, it is not the person who is an
THE END OF AN IDEALIST all A student and who is fairly ignor-
Bringing to a close one of the most ant outside of the several courses hE
romantic careers of history, the death happens to pursue who is the indivd-
of Nikolai Lenine, premier of Sov- ual that adds to the glory and pride of
iet Russia and leader of the Com- his Alma Mater. But then, even these T
.unistic regime, allows aharassed are at times situation coming under This is a man. There are probab-
1 ac. ..[ ._.... ,J VO a Ja i

must justify itself in the hearts of the amount of fighting t
men, not in print. "By their fruits pe'ace plan has engender
you shall know them," said the Mas- likely that the older cry
ter, and interpreting this spiritually be reinstated.
this means for the Student Christian
Association that it must by its exist- It's true efficiency to
ence help Michigan men be better cit- Classifkds.-Adr
izens of the world. If the Student
Christian Association by its activities
does not enter into the lives of men
spiritually and morally, then surely it jDETROIT UITED
ought to close its doors. EAST d OU
To get the most out of an organi- Limiteds: 6 a. in., 9:10
zation like the Student Christian As- every two hours to 9
sociation, a student must give. Not I Express: 7 a. in., 8 a m
money-but his life. A student whc two hours to 8 p. in.
wishes whole-souledly to get some--" Locals: 7 a. in., 8:55
thing for his life from the S. C. A., very twTo psilanti
ought to volunteer to be a leader o 1 . o, 1:25 a. si. an
a freshman discussion group. He WEST BOUN]
ought to have had part in entertain- Liiteds: 8:47 a. m. an
ing the under-priviledged kids of Ann, hours to 8:47 p_ m.
Arbor at the Student Christian Asso- Express (making local s
ciation Christmas party. He ought tc a. in. and every two he
have been one of Michigan's delega P. m.
tion to the Student Volunteer conven- j octiis: 7:50 a. in., 1Z:1
tion at Indianapolis-the largest single
delegation there.
He ought to catch the message ofI
the Student Christian Association', JANUARY
University services' speakers. S 3j T W T
He ought to serve through the ktu- .. 1 2 3
dent Christian Association Extention 7 8 9 10
S11 15 16 17
service committee. He ought to serve ' 3 1 1' 23 24
others. 27 28 29 30 31
It is only too true that a religious-
organization is an exacting master FACTORY hAT
The Student Christian Association 617 Packard St. 1
has been putting on a drive for funds
I share the view of many that the (Where 1). U. I. Stop
Student Christian Association is en- __
tering into the lives, of many Michi-
gan men through its varied program ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR
and I, for one, am going to share in Central Time (Slow
the extension of its service. We'ekChamber of C
Lionel Crocker. 64a.im.6:
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a. M. and
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. and every
a. m. and
8:56 p. im.,
o nly, 11:40
d 1:15 a. m.
d every two
stops): 9:5u
ours to 9:54
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the proposed
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soul its first peace. Biographies of I the head of speculations.1
revolutionary leaders are not to beI
found among the dullest pieces of lit- FIRE PREVENTION REGULATIONS
erature, and the story of Viadimer II- Every year in Ann Arbor, thousands
lytch Ulianoff whom the world has of dollars worth of property is des-
known only by his nom de plume is troyed by fires many of which are the:
no exception. * The son of a bourgeois result of carelessness. The State
family of Tartar descent, the student Fire Marshall in an effort to eliminate
Vladimir was an incorrigible reader of a great deal of the danger and waste
Marxian doctrines of socialism and resulting from this ,cause has issued'
later developed an insight into Coin- a list of prohibiting conditions which,
munistic theories which he employed if observed, will aid materially in re-
during his dictatorship of Russia. ducing the number of fires. Cooper-
Chased from one country to anoth- , ation of every house owner, tenant and'
er, persecuted by autocratic govern- roomer is necessary,- however, if these
iments and pursued by enemies all 1 simple laws are to have their great-
through his life, the versatile Russian! est effect.
extremist led an intensely interesting The conditions prohibited by the
existence. His ambitions were great State Fire Marshall are that:
and, his ideals high, but the imprac- Ordinary electric light cord musl
ticability'of his purpose was such as not be hung over hooks, nails, curtaint
to preclude success for "'the great rods, gas pipes or water pipes, nor
experiment,-a dictatorship of the pro- fastened in contact with any kind oI
letariat." Lenine was essentially a metal. If light cords are to be huntf
thinker and theorist. up they must be on either fibre orf
It has been proven through history, porcelain insulators or tied by stringy
however, that the greatest geniuses to a metallic support with an inch ort
are not always the ones to put their more of space between the wire aneCI
ideas into successful operation. If metal support. All permanent wiringr
Russia were prepared for the Utop- must be installed to comply with the+
ian existence which Lenine would "National Electrical Code" by a coin-
have established, his death would have petent electrical contractor or elec-
marked the passing of world acknow- I trician.C
ledged spirit of reform. As it is, he Stairways, both front and rear
dies the ignoble death of a vanquished must be kept clear and free from all
exponent of an impossible ideal. obstructions.3
Old papers and other inflammable
AMERICAN HUMOR materials must not be piled in base-
In response to an editorial recent- ments or attics.
ly published in The New York Times Metal ash bens and containers
reminiding those in the academic cir- should be used.

ly a lot of other people watching him
but they are not in the picture. He
is probably the Life of some Party or
other, because people generally ad-
mire a man who can balance a cane
on the end of his finger.
And that is what the man is doing.


Oioqk I ,

Prohibition Voting
With colleges all over the country
taking votes among the student bodies
and among the faculties, it is rather
interesting to note the results obtain-
ed among the various schools. Prac-
tically all the majorities are in favor
of a modification of the law, which
speaks of only one thing, and that is
that there exists a dissatisfaction in
reference to the law. What the conse-
quences of this voting will be is o:
course of a great source of specula-I
Faculty ballots received recently by
The Yale News referendum on the
Eighteenth Amendment however
speak of another view. It was found
that 86 voted for enforcement of the:
law, 83 for modification, and 48 foi
repeal. In this instance the majority
favoring prohibition as it now stands
is a small one, but nevertheless it is
a majority and as such presents anI
added thought or two. It seems to up.
hold the old way of thinking that the
older one becomes the more conserv-
ative he becomes, and also that
youth is still the youth of years ago.
continually rebelling against the ex-
isting order without any truly Aigni-
ficant reason or reasons. But then
that too is a matter of meaningless
General Dawes' Work
Since the committee headed by Gen-
eral Dawes has been working with
some noticeable degree of interest on
the question of attempting to put Ger-
many again on her feet, there has do-
veloped among the different natiom
of the world an attitude that bespeaks
of greater sympathy and understand-
ing. The jealous and greedy feelings
and emotions of those on top have be-
come somewhat subdued; they have
become slightly appeased by the turn
in the interest of other nations to-
ward the future of Germany. This is
undoubtedly a good thing, and speakEI
well for the work that Dawes and his
associates are striving to carry out
Being able to show one's strength by
dominating over the under dog is o
credit to no individual or to no na-i
tion. When breath is needed to pro-
long life, then by all means let there
be breath. Forcing speech from 2
dead man is no easy matter.



12-5 P :5 Pr
4:45 p. n.
JAS. H. ELLIOTT, Proprietor
Phone 926-M Adrian. Mich.
New Hadqua ters
1 1215 South University Ave.
as my new business place for
in what I've for them.
.s:+111 11111 11111 13411 1157 / 11141811 fll lo 1147

,n .

Absolutely all of our stock of Mens Furnishings go on sale this morning at 1-2 Price. It's
Your one big opportunity of the year to buy haberdashery at prices far below cost. Ab-
solutely everything is brand new merchandise, we having been in business only since October.
Be here early this morning. NEVER SUCH BARGAINS BEFORE

The object on the left of this pic-
ture is a little girl. She has in her
hand a muff. She is using just one
hand to hold her muff, but her moth-
er, the larger object on the right, is
holding her muff with two hands.
We may be allowed to guess from
this that this is a winter scene. The
lady on the right who you will re-
member, is the mother, has on a flat
hat. Projecting from the left of it
is a hat-pin, which prevents it being
blown off by the Cold and Wintry,
The mother's hair is sticking outl
from under her hat.

SHITS Ik'M~~Iqifi'f

Arr'owv tlaldhEarl .& ljs-on


Values ................ 1.1
Values ...............1.75
Values................. 2.50


She is scowling.


* * *
B A Tf 1 'T U B

Everything included, four-in-hand
or bow.
50c Ties.............. ......25c
75c Ties............. .......8c
$1.00 Ties ................... S.Oc
$1.25 Ties . . . . . . ............. 3
Buy several at these siarting2

cles of our universities that the task
of developing a serious attitude to-
ward humor in the American public
rests largely in their hands, the edi-
tor of The Princeton Tiger has for-
inulated a set of principles for the
college humor magazine as an instru-
ment in the establishment of a sense
of humor "as a fundamental American
virtue." .
Quite in contrast to the character o

Twenty-Five Years
Ago At Michigan
From the files of the U. of M. Daily.
January 24, 1899.
Wisconsin and Chicago have arran-



Cloves, too, have not been spar-d
in this startling sale. Buy thf-m
at One-IHalf Price. Never bargains
like these again.

This is a bathtub. It is white, and

inside it is shiney and slippery, but!-
you can't see the inside. The inside The end of January vies with the




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