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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDlAY, JANUJARY 11, 1927

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94t the Congressional dispute over the
~4t S ~ t~U U ~ Ii execution of the bill.
OneOnf the duties of, the board uni-t
Published every morning except Monday der the bill will be to eliminate 250
during the University year by the Board inI
,Control of Student Publications, of the present 600 broadcasting sta-
Members of Western Conference Editorialj tions to improve radio conditions. By
Association. making this. restriction the bill is re-
The Associated Press is exclusively en- ' garded is some quarters as one of the
titled to the use for republication of all news most drastic ever imposed upon any
dispatches credited to it or not otherwise
credited in this paper and the local news pub- 1 private enterprise. IWith the present
dished therein, muddled conditions, however, this'
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, confiscation, if it may be considered
Michigan, as second class matter. Special rate
of po.;tage granted by Third Assistant Post- such, is justified in the interests of
mnaster General.
Subscr iption by carrier, .$3.75 ; by mail, the public. Eventually, invention is
$4.00. expected to make unlimited broad-
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building, May- casting feasible. Until that time, it is
nardl Street.
Phones: Editorial, 4923; 7USiness 211214.1 clearly necessary to take the present

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ANTEIfN Our Fast University store is often referred to as the Engineers' store.
STAI1171In addition to the service given engineers, we are prepared to meet the
- demands of students from all colleges.
At last the B. and G. boys found ERU IA SS iCHRr1 *l - -2*j '
asomething to do. They are building. ;p Mt. ;U ~)L~n utc
a stadium at the State street cud of the A review, by P11111) roks
diagonal. They had to crack the ice; lPresumuably only exceptional con
on the sidewalk to do it, but even that, ce t.; can excel in, every ;,lec'tionG 1 R A -
didn't stop themn. * Presmably there must be lesser parts EATU VRSTSAT
w.ith vhich to compare sh uni li>
Admiral Ixzo annlouniced yesterdlz cent numbicer's vs some of the lat' Both Ends of the Diagonal.
aiterilooll that the IHorse Marines Vteiosakchrsi ______
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EDITORIAL STAFF
Telephone 4925
MANAGING EDITOR1
SMITH H. CADY, JR.11
Editor........... ,...... W. Calvin Patterson
City Editor......... .... .Irwin A. Olian
News Editors....... , redrick Shillito
lPhilip C. Brooks
Women's Editor........... .Marion Kubik
Spurts Editor............. Wilton A. Simpson
Telegrap h Editor...... ,..... Mo7 ris Zwerdling
Music and Drama........ Vincent C. Wall, Jr.
Night Editors
Charles Behymet Ellis Mterry
Calton Chamnpe Stanford N. Phelps
Jo Chamberlin Courtland C. Smith
Jaries Herald Cc ssam A. Wilson
Assistant City Editors
Carl Burger H enry Thurniau
Joseph Brunswick
r ~Reportersj
Marion Anderson Paul Kern
Alex hlochnowski Miles Kimball
Jean Campbel N ilion Kirshuaum
Chester E. Clark Rich'ard Kurvink.
Clarence Edelson G. TIhomas M chean I
Earl W. De La Vergne Kenneth Patrick
Williarn Enierv Morris QuinnI
Alfred Lee Foster James Shechan
Robert E. Finch Nelson J. Smith, Jr.
J ohn Friend Sylvia Stolle
Rohert Gessner William Thurnau
Elaine Gruber Milford Vanik
Coleman J. Glencer Herbert F.. Vedder
Harvey J. Gunderson MRarian Welles
Stewart Booker Thaddeus XWasielewski
M Ortn B. cove Sherwood Winslow
1;USINESS STAFF
refpdllhe 21214I
BUSINESS MANAGER
PAUL W. ARNOLD
Advertising ....... ....... .William C. Pusch
Advertising ...............Thomas Sunderland
Advertismng.. ,..,.......Ccorge 11. Aunahle, Jr.
.dvertising............1.am ence J. Van Tuyl
Circulation................ a. Kenneth Haven
Publication.............. .John 11. Bobrink
Accouints....... ....... Francis A. Norquist
Assistants
George Ahn Jr. [iay 'Vaclhter
Melvin HI.- Baer J. 1B. Wood
I). M. Brown Esther Booze
Fiorence Cooper Iiila Binzer
Daniel Finley Marion A. Daniel
A. M. Hinkley Beatrice Greenberg
E. L. Ilulse Selma Ml. Janson
R. A. Meyer Mlaiion Kerr
Harvey Rosenblum Marion L. Reading
WVilliam F. Spencer Harriet C. Smith
Harvey Talcott Nance Solomnon
IHarold Utley Florence Widmaier
TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1927
Night Editor-JO IT. CHAMBERLIN

a CUtTiOon. ayIN
With the next episode of fraternity
rushing at ?Michigan some eight
months away, excepting the annual
pledging of a few entering freshmen
in February, and the fires of the fall
camnpaign now well extinguished, the
agitation for a new rushing system on
the campus is quite dormant. Yet,
what time is more pertinent than the
present for the preliminary work to-
wards an innovation of this sort here,
if fraternities and a new class of en-
tering men, alike, are to be spared
the evils of the so-called system that
has already existed at Michigan far
to long-?
with a greater number of non-pro-
fessicnal fraternities than any other
university in the country, it is only
reasonable to expect that Michigan
should be in a position to boast of a
rushing system which is at least on a
par with the best so far devised, and
this from the standpoint of both the
freshman and the fraternity. Such is
hardly the ease. A decided change
is needed for the further satisfaction
of both the freshman and the fratern-
ity, whether it he deferred rushing-'
for a month, or a semester, or a cer-
tain definite pledging regulations
eliminating to a much greater degree
than at present the "cut-throat" meth-
ods now employed.
And what organization or body is
better suited to instigate an improve-
meat in the rushing system than the
Interfraternity Council? The Univer-
sity might undertake this but it would
much prefer to have the movement
emanate from the students them-
selves, and so would the fraternities.'
Last year the Interfraternity Coun-
cil made an exhaustive study of the
problem. When the committee ap-
pointed for the purpose was on the
verge of making a favorable recom-
mendation to the Council towards the
Iimprovement of the present system, it

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Nyould be used ais a ineeting place, andc
also for big camlpus sportinig events.
Ice-skating will be featured as thet
opening event in the new stadium, and
definite announcement of the tourna-
ment will be nmade later. The presenti
condition of the plaza enclosed by the t
stands is ideal for skating. Races will
begin in the engineering arch, with
the finish inside the stadium proper.
ME THlE STAI)TUM t
pROLL offers a wonder'ful
prie orthe best name submit-
ted for the new stadium on the
diagonal. Send your suggestions
to the Press building today. THE
PRIZE WILL BE TWO BOX
SEAT TICKETS TO EVERY
SPORT EVENT IN THE NEW ,
STADIUM
Notice to Alumni: Absolutely no
stdiuni bonds will be ;gold for the
newest stadium.
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SHALL ROLLS CWNTRITE.
What do the contributors to the sta-r;
diuem fund think about giving our!
fund to the Women's league? The idea
wouild be that we would donate the
lat$1.14 needed to complete the mil-!

the wholne concert hadl been, if any
concert; could ibe entirely, as appeal-
ig as ''Snow t orsi" and "St erii
Ocean,'' as*;t.hey did them, it would in-
deed be remiarx able.
Henry Ed-ward lKiehhlei say.s th2at
" ince pa rticipation iin ( r188 ilg-
ins; is of ne ces stv 10 l isi ~an l cerca--
ti ye of sylinloiy. there is dio te
')eroh81Ipim ( hoii.' ,Those v,!,o (lidI
not wa-t to reo ew this 'ac bo h-
(Sisti Ill y (do n or hlk ch oiruses op-3
p)ose ?ih,,:.m lbeCausethey sii];11F005ill-
divid(ual brillia nec. Stranrgely e uosp;h,E
the - ('sa elis exceilcd'crcb'Y1 {'
eixcel b-ca use of ind(ivi Dual f~ril l .
whic''i i doillinated the syllir) tb et ic cf.-
fc,, sOf the chccus .
!There was a late Sp(,t Licul ar ;hoW Y-
ing by t!he very :zrtiihgctone:',, i _ 'youl
plea se to call him that, whit) k te
lead in the "Snowot cciii.'' AVC:hcrf
fal.-e'to, or merely a range Laitt x-
ended fro il) t" or 0 CCOroi)'
a meost ttra ':v e voice, and ,l tt:e l
it a rU3iial ly, to ;ay - V. mie1
.,ini Lsa(,lg ' ,i'(.t; we'ius in n a a". t,
was (Chgi)!iin >A for ", tr: zO;i-
E y aind its b (eauty.
4The fir:st tu mtil' vorale ; e
Were registered li Elalon'g i1 ilthe c!-'
('Oct b'ytho tail (Cos->t An in hc ((lt cc.
!His ''as'an o''tliodcX l'7we amof
an adir-able oualhity. Ili'V~ Wild-
Irish 'nl.osc,'' iihe" Po{ Ecui2&i1 o s
sian I"olk Songt,'' and t1 h''.S

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lion dollars. That is, we would hold Q(ct inli e led I e li e; aI h
out until the general public subscribes 1 i~s splendid 'singiig a ea b i, t1Ict'.
$199,99S3.86 of the $200,000 yet to go. 1luflt II; a flue te,;, Ore ol f. uan ioy2;.
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_e kept tlien i on lit cli, xx r oh in.,). ;
We are trying to get Henry Ford Seemed to hravea(difl1('ltv ti ILrtJg.
to contribute to* the fund. So dlon't !Thirorghio t Eibe tIWI'lilalce , the
be surprised if someday you see a! majestic bas-Io 1ha r+tallk P a grnd
hcadline in the Daily: quality, I ;,ise:;th to sui a ,xI'co7zp.
ROLLS AND) FORD PUT }l _.wS c1 0l0 f;1 hiC;1_o.J perl1 r fit't]1I n
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DANCING
WEDNESDAY, 8-10
More and more, the students are
realizing what pleasant recreation
a few 'hours of dancing in the
middle of the wceek can be.
Granger 's Academy

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If Henry would just add one cent.
onto the price of each car, and donate
the sum to the fuxnd we could have it
raised in no time. WVill somebody

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MEJ) DL1NG POLICIES I sudenlty decQidedthat -tnetime for1I'bout - AVSaJzmin xii 's
More definite steps have been taken a change was not ripe." So much for abuit
by the United States to support the the accomplishments of last: year's***
Diaz government in Nicaragua against Council. IkERNEL, 110W C01T1
the so-called revolutionary forces of Up to the/ present time this year's WVomen's Lea ue buildingf
Sacasa. President Coolidge has lifted Tterfrate rnity Council has not done Care Timothy hay
the arms embargo in favor of the for- a solid bit of constructive workd other} Oscar and I send best w
mer. In addition to the U. S. S. Gal- than to send its president and treas- s uccessfuil building campa'
veston with 160 marines, the despatch urer to the National Interfraternity the Women's League has
of which was undoubtedly justified by Council's convention in New York along is someone with
the situation, it is reported that six city last November. It apparently has j handle its finances. Anytl
other warships and 400 marines have little excuse for existence. With many the c-eds off the camp
been ordered south to augment the i fraternities favoring a change in theM agreeable.
naval squadron stationed in Nicara-f present rushing system, however, it Our large conitribution
guan waters. Rlear Admiral Latimer does not *appear as thiough the Coun- soon.
has been ordered to us-;his own judg- cil would overburden itself by ap-
ment in protecting American inter- pointing a representative committee***
ests. to determine upon some definite Have You Become filte

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winhes for a
aign. What.
need ed all
ability to
hing to get;
us will ber
will arriveI
Kernel.
Ilectual?

sorie 1i n-, o . tany
tiira of bood! and bad in
the last itmed w.-s L'I
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Thin, ginigof thep
diSalppoi in' i, to thEE. cxtl
onie time is ajppyeared thoi
a roughness, a. ralleouss

ttijclEt ,mi yi'HOLLY WOOD
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mrog:'nY,1 watt<s intannimation.Gerald Mark's Urches-
I ira i)t1to I. No covet charge with supper
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lack o% harmonly and ni clod; wNN-e dif-
Sficult to bear.
Bat later the chorus reclaimed, its,
Iname by rising; to heights o1' brilliance,
both irlividually andt cor ie:ti rely.{
AIlost notab~le was an exqluisite,. pianis-
sinmo, recurring now and I lion, beyond
(lescript ion for its in~trinsics bea"utty.
The singers were also extr:emely geodf
when in those few r pi.: 1}«:ape
scored ii1 nSoo1.
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The administration has explained change and then bring about that im-- Bargain Rates Now!
its policy as one to protect both the I provement this year. To see the crowds carrying books
interests and safety of American citi- Homeyuwudt~n hywr
tens in that country and to safeguard LONDON SPEAKING- metu youg ou tld orthnk theylwre
its own treaty rights regarding an Science, which has done. more for located some of the books jocularly;
interoceanic canal route across Nica- civilization than it has received credit listed in their files.
ragua and a proposed naval' base at for, has again bridged the Atlantic,* * a
Fonseca. Though, not authoritatively thi time by the radio telephone. Fri- E uiIsjs h oktrscer
stated, its present aiim in pursuing this Idasy Adolph S. Ochs, publisher of the jut itfsejust thooktoesclar
mu f hle ofn space for thet
policy is to prevent the Diaz govern- ' New York Times and Geoffrey Daw-!
ment from being overthrown by the son, editor of the London Times, talk-te-bosw wilhvtouynx
Liberal party establishment and set ed across the sea, commtented on theyer * * *I
up uender the presidency of .uan ,a- weather, passed the time of day. I J'HILANiT11I1OPIIV S8LWPLFIIFiEI)D
casa. " Of course, the results may be The first day's service saw manyj;
beneficial to the Nicaraguans; whether commercial transactions carried out 3 Fronm the ranks of poverty to the
they know it or not, as well as to the over the radio telephone in addition to! wealthy who find giving piainful-a
United States. Moreover, there is lit- the salutory messages from New York- suggestionz. Ann Arbor's bookstores
tie doubt that America will be sue-" ers to Londoners. Undoubtedly the are offering the chance of a life-
cessful in. her course. European na- future will see an increasing use of i ie to aid, if it were still going, the
tions have already addressed arnieals the new medium of trans-Atlantic !DlsSaimBn ud-ic t
for protection of their citizens to this communicationaled acknowledgeddesIsupsthsbilatda
country, thus recognizing our partic- to be successful. Science has again 'ms eepsdfrtebnfto h
uilar relation to this situation. tiumiphed.Woe'Lagsevrtig le
Nevertheless, it is generally recog- -__t__is._
nized that this country is supporting I1 EARLY REGISTRATION I Todayr a zealous seeker of the sen.-
one leader unconstitutionally elected ISpoirshr ilrmme h sational bought 17 books. The reg-
by the Nicaraguan congress againstabrddyideutssemo I ular price (accurate calculation) was
abs$23.78. Heipaidqforethemt$9.88.sTha
another legally elected by the people and semiester registration that was $37.H adfrte 98.Ta
as prescribed by the Nicaraguan con- used. last year. The only reason that represents a . saving of $13.90. NowI
stitution. Carried to such an extreme, they cannot remember mtore absurd it's very simple. Saved, $13.90, spent
this meddling policy is rather unde-, instances is because they have been I $9.88. $9.98 from $13.90 leaves $4.02.
siuable in itself or as a precedent. In here only two years, for it has long }Four dollars anal two cents for the
fa t, with tie treaty of 1914 giving usI been a practice of our great educa-s-' Women's League. Clear" profit with
perpetual rights to the proposed ca- tional institution, teaching everything no labor. Whiat better coald y'out
nal area, the execution of such aii at-! from clay modelling to constitutional IPraga
titude may eventually become rather IhistCory, to lie a perfect example of in- D* * *n
onerous. -.iuci y anid almost stup~id methods.
------.,---..-= -.-,- This year the traditional confusion,l Well, the mailmnami is a gain stopping
RADIO CONTROL however, has not been. encouragod,' at our desk. For a while there we
With the conferenc'e (cinmittee be- and tinder the direction of Registrar ?got as mucih mail as Santa Claus does
tween the House and the Senate ouIi Smith a plan of early classification, ; at Easter.
the radio bill makimig marked pro- which has greatly remtedied the sit- Timothy Hay.
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by Thomnas F. Fallon, wvvIl bo present-
ed next week beginning Tuesday nigh'
through Sattirlay in the Mimies thiea-
ter'.
The piay is anmystory zmelodlra-ut
adapted from tho novel by Wads,,orth
Camp, an : as sth ran foir a yoar and
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