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and both have made some attempt to
Progressiveremedy it; the Republicans chiefly in
the trust-busting days of Roosevelt,
(Continued from Pag o yine) the Democrats chiefly in the first Wil
dsonoe administration. Both have now
lette did not. Wh ichever was; righ;lt in tic i.I sabg ad lwjb
that, it proves a last that given p. Iis ai, hard, slow
but tha:t makes it 'all the more inI-
is no demagogue, but keeps his word r .
in spite of tremendous clamor. Iprtl..
nce it remasenluscd, lao tte In their attack on this problem the
Once war was declared, LaFollette prgesvsd otpooIt ue
irogressives ado not prop)ose to cur(
proved his loyalty by supporting sixty the country by a major operation
of the sixty-five war measures broughtI They suggest nothing more radical
before Congress. ! than the income tax, nothing nearly
One of the five which le opposed so radical as the abolition of slavery.
was the conscription act, for which They offer specific remedies growing
he wished to .substitute the system out of Present conditions and utiliz-
then in force in Austriaia and Can- ing present legal processes. Again
ada: another the Espionage act, there is only room for a glance at the
which he favored in its first form, but one which has been most severely
opposed as it was fnally presented, attacked.
on the ground that it would discriin- The Supreme Court has frequently
inate against farmers; fourth, the war overthrown laws which had the un-
revenue bill, which he hoped to questioned support of a majority
amend so that excess war profits and through the country. If the Court's
large incomes would pay a larger idecision represented the opinion of
share of the cost of war; fifth, the the nine judges, it might be safer to
draft provision of the aviation fill,go through the long process of con-!
although he supported an appropri- stitutional amendment to put these
ation of $640,000,000 for the air forces. measures into effect. But often, as in
The attempt to unseat LaFollette the case of the child labor laws, the
from the Senate was based on an As- ivote was 5-4. Naturally the fat-heads,
sociated Press report which quoted who benefit by this arrangement, do
him, on the subject of American en- not want it discussed; and waen the
trance into the war, as saying "We sore-heads offer a remedy, tJ fat,
had no grievances." The true version heads emit a smoke-screen, bellowing
was "I don't mean to say that we about "an attack on the constitution."
hadn't suffered grievances'; we had~--_ Now the power of the Supreme
at the hands of Germany. Serious Court to overthrow acts of Congress
grievances." The Associated Press is not in the constitution. 7t was de-
later retracted the report, and even veloped gradually, largely under
during the war excitement the Sen- Chief Justice Marshall, who late in
ate opposed, 50 to 21, the motion to life suggested exactly the precaution,
unseat LaFollette. .Senator Kellogg, legislative review of these Sunreme
who introduced the motion, was Court decisions, which the Pro-
among those who voted against it I gressives are advocating now. And
The war is over now. Ramsay Mac- the method proposed by the Pro-
donald, who was imprisoned as a pa- gressives to carry out their plan, a
ciist during the war, has since been constitutional amendment, is that
prime minister of England. The main provided by the constitution itself.
thing about war henceforth is to Progressives offer to let the country
prevent another one; and there can ! decide whether they have found the
be no doubt of LaFollette'e stand on best remedy. If there is a better one,
that. there is. at least no better way -of
The progressives center their cam- finding it than by the thorough dis-
paign about one issue which the two cussion which would be involved in
n(IU nfind iU in "Thoonn- considering such an amendment.

Here, then, is an outline, necessar- first appearance this morning at the At the regular morning worship
ily sketchy, of the progressive opposi- morning service. The pastor will there will be Holy Communion and
tion to the faction in ower. As a speak at this time on the subject the sermon by Reverend Henry Lewis.
,, A joint meeting of the Hobart and
matter of fact, progressives suspect "Nippers and Grippers." The discus- A join Geing of the
onro teIl Wesleyan Guilds will be held in the
that onero th f oalcti rtiesin pow. A a sin classes will meet withaspecial Methodist Episcopal Church. Perry
Iishard to tell which one, because i edrs Following the social hour, IHayden, '25, president of the S.CA,
neither seems to move under its own Angus M. Babcock '26, will conduct will speak on "Doing Europe Third
power. An active sore-head faction toe IounPeople's I~leeting, on theI, S,,b rn
can stir the fat-heads to action if ul1tion "s Our Christian Civiliza- diatey after the meeting.
they are still alive. If they are dead, Lion Worth Exporting?" a
it would not be sanitary to leave tlii___
around too long; and proiary 1 ve3 riny t Eigsl h iLultleran 'liurch IFirst Iiaptist (CIiurie
suggest what European countries have Bible S(chool is scheduled at the The subject announced for the
been doing lately; put them odecenti y Trinity English Lutheran Church for m orning's sermon is "Man Shall Not
out of the wvay and get a more liberal 9 ::0 'elock, The morning worship Live by Bread Alone." Special music
group in power. will have as the subject of its sermon has been arranged including a quar-
"Religion and Politics." From 5:30 tette and a soprano solo by Miss
to 7:30 o'clock the Student Fellowship Dorothy Cozad. Church Bible school

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
Holy Communion will be held at
8 o'clock this morning, followed by
. the Church school at 9:30 o'clock.

His subject at this time will be "T
Mission of the Church." There w
also be a message from visiting mil
isters. Reverend F. P. Arthur w
lead the Vesper service at 6 o'clock


Memorial Church of Christ
Today is the dedication day for the Zion Lutheran Church
Memorial Church of Christ. Reverend The morning service will take the
George W.- Knepper of Akron, Ohio, torm of a worship commemorative of
will deliver the address at the morn- the reformation. The sermon subject
ing worship on "The Supremacy of is "The Living Issue." The topic
the Church." The student classes considered in the student forum held
held at noon will be followed by a from 5:0 to 7:30 o'clock will be "The
Fellowship dinner at 1 o'clock. I Place of the Lutheran Church in His-
Reverend Knepper will officiate at the tory." Ralph Ehlers will conduct
dedication services at 2:30 o'clock. the meeting.

J {

hour and Forum meeting will be held and student classes will meet at noon, ,TE'm.:g --_---- ..
at the Parish hall. '0 E. Washington ;Dr. Waterman having charge of the
Ct.The tonic for discussion at this class in Old Testament literature and AI
C h rc e { znceln isr'he lace or te uteran "Ar. Chapman, the class in "The Mean-
Chsr1, in liistory." Ralph Ehlerss will ing on Faith." At 5:30 and 6:30ow
lead tie discussion. o'cdock respectively the Junior and
enior B. Y. P. U. will hold their 11!,
First ('onregationml ('iurch TShhe Unitarian Church1 meetings at the church. Students'nu
The third sermon in the series to llorning worship will be held at Friendship hour will be as usual at ere's a bob style for every type.
the open minded will be given this 10:30. leverend S. S. Robins has the Guild Rouse. Refreshments will Our barbers understand their work and
morning by Reverend Jump on "t1he chosen as the subject of his address b) served immediately after the meet- can suggest ye
Living Spirit of Liberty." At 5:30 "Putting Reliion Into l'olitics." At ing. The Students' Devotional ser- beo m
o'clock there will be the student sup- 6:3 o'clock r. Ruthven Speaks will vice will be led by Mr. Lionel Crocker. mostbecoming to you. aome in te mom-
per and a programh including special speak on "Has Evolution Settled Free discussion will be held on the i:g-you wont have to wait a bit
Armenian music. The Fireside chat Everything?'' topic "Is Intelligence Everything?" w'
-which follows will have for discussion - -i n l r f5 f
the subject "Should There Be a L W. t. A f INANiES l
Church Party in Politics?-low (YflU.LJNAJFrm AES11rt U lnL
About the K. K. K.?" Dinky Dean will Continued frm Page Fouriteen)
be featured in the motion picture nation-widet movementedicated to . NICKELS ARCADE
service at 8 o'clock in "A Prince of a n interests of univerity beomen.
Kig"Interest in the ass ociation has becom -411
___ng. increasingly more important with the ---
1ihbroadening of the activities of the_
Methodist Episcopal Church association to include problems of so- IT HAS ALWAYS been
"What You Are" will 1)0 the title Icial and industrial emphasis.
of the morning's sermon at the Metho- (The religious element is not to be E our endeavor to maintain ser -nrrO~u cI rT aiu e uii r
d1ist Episcopal church. The noon neglected, however. "I feel", statesC'f
bible classes will be held as usu i Miss Mary Ross secretary of the local Vice of a character which i CHERW N-WILLIAto
Wesley hall. At o'clock the Wes- association, "that the work this yearI
leyan Guild will meet at the church. is to be characterized more deeply would establish for us the = -.'
It has been planned to make this a than ever before by the desire to make
joint meeting with the Hobart Guild, all o the association work in the cabi- continued good will of every-
led by Perry Hayden. The Sunday net, the committees, and the general-
night lunch at 7 o'clock will be in nembership, the fulfilling of the re- I= one who has ever eaten at the TE DECORATIVE ENAMEL
'Wesley hall. lig'ious purpose oal' the associatiomi -TH EOR TV E A E
which ives the Y. . C. A. its unique =="
s ..A durable, American-made Enamel, for painted furni-
First Presbyterian Church place among the women s orgaprza-e
The student chorus will make its tions of the University." gna-ture,, Woodwork, or plaster=walls
8 5c worth of merchandise to you for ths3 1JC
- - 85Ccoupon and
- ®= One (uartemr-lint Inireloid - - - - - 3c
LUECK Beauty Shoppe ,rotEa -
One Special Enaieloid Brush - - - - - 25c
One De Lux Booklet in full color - - - - 25c
M arcel Wave to a Manicure Ca TOTAL - -
Expert Bobbing by a Maan Barber "Where the =est Picture Moulding-Parchment Shades-Stencil Outfits
Open Wednesday and Friday Evenings Food is Served." Brushes-Oils, Etc.
Dr , , . . . - 508 E. Williams St.
Dr.M'ary R. Mi n-ss
Mar _- PININ
Every Tuesday and Wednesday - _ _ _-_
330 Maynard St., Opp. Nickels Arcade Phone 2411-J Ann Arbor Ypsilanti
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oa pal ues (o noL menonil: -110con-
trol of government and industry by
private monopoly." It is not a ques-
tion of taking away the money of the
rich and giving it to the poor, but
of making the government stop using{
its power for a few of the rich, at theI
expense of the rest of us. The presentl
money domination brings not only
such dramatic and obvious evils -is
purchase of Senate seats, giving away
government resources for bribes, and
looting the Veterans' bureau. It has
results of wider effect upon this na-
tion and others: tariff juggling, with
We consumer paying the bill; bully- I
ing weaker nations to the south of us,
under cover of the Monroe doctrine,
chiefly to protect the interests of .
,V1erican capital; judicial decisions
al most uniformly favoring capital at
thie expense of labor.
'This condition has been recognized
in: the past by both of the old parties,

Attractive Fall Millmiery
mun many smart modlels and
at reasonable prices,
Don't forget that we have
mmovedl from Nickels Arcade
over to 308 Maynard Street
--just two dloors north of the
- Majestic.
308 Maynard St. Phone 3070-J
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W ill Aud o r iu
.U U ,g


ov. 5,at8p.m

Old students and townspeople know and ap-
preciate the significance of a University Band
Bounce. For years in the past it has been
received with much enthusiasm, so much so
that it has become a firm fixture in the really
good functions at Michigan.

Wednesday's Band Bounce will be greater than
ever. Not only will there be the most popular
musical selections by the Band-your Band,
that has thrilled you between the halves at foot-
ball game sby the Victors etc., but also a num-
ber of vaudeville acts.

These 'Numbers will be gven b Comedy Club, Masques, and Professional J


Through the courtesy of Mr. J. F. Wuerth, operator of the Wuerth Theatres in
Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti, "we are able to add to our presentation several
professional acts which Mr. Wuerth guarantees will consist of at least one
hour of good entertainment.


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