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IPAOE 'OTA

THE MICHIGAN DAILY'

SATUntDA'Y, JANUAR~Y 22, 1927

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of any intervention has been doubtedlOL
since the beginning that the marines C S
Published every morning except Mlonday wolcewihrwasicuus,/AN
during the University olyearihdanabynAuuthe 1 '/ Board lAn pAin.>rr ilt
Control f Student Publications. 1926, when conditions become stable. I D R A MA1 %I
Members of Western Conference FEditorial Otesainpriual hs n" 1 I~ A NI
j te ainpriual h nAssociation. South and Central America, however, ..._._..-
The Associated Press is exclusively en- haebcm;rte cjtclao The Senate wasn't satisfied with the TOTSI(~lT md bbleit
titled to the ust for republication of all news the American attitude. - . 1 .('11)I)se11 tt co e i tcrdioerechancessru toI i fr heudestndtg O n Smitropethftw e L.4 t vt zt4 "'h thLst1eal11g il heietlo
crieditherad thelclnespeiIns.o h udrtadn oImr out, so they made a third by retus:iig tetr tSa 'lc
________________________ ca's motives which may becovydfhm"eizfutr investigation." **
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,I t othese countries that the statement
Michigan, as second class matter. Special rate
of postage granted by Third Assistant Post- of the President is important. Though I 1 ITZ l1{!MIISLEI
Suasr Genra arerl..5 b aithe United States has previously in- Y!i IWil 1 The ~next musical evenlt of import-
Suslptiny crir(~b al the Wuerth by the guy who makes ~
$4.00., dicated "its desire for the inde pend-tlkte ou<t:"he Ac, Ir. ance on the horizon will be the, pro-
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building, Mlay-foc n roprt fevr eta
nard Street. + neadpoprt o vr eta * gramn of Fritz lKreisler. violinist, who
Phones : Editorial, 4925; 17usiness 21214. 1 American country," the restatement of ,_______________________
that attitude should be beneficial. In ilpa t)Hl uioru nMn
EDITORIAL STAFF fact, the pronouncement of its foreign ITj'SO'UNDS I>EIIAIT)5clay night, January 31. Kreisler, con--
Telephone 4925i policies in suceint but diplomatic I intend," the Funny Fresh- sidered as an artist, is probably one
- -language at the opportune time would man remarked yesterday, "to # of the greatest in the musical field
MA*AGING EDITOR mtril eei h tnigo hs wit e FehadteDvl
SMITH H. CADY, JR. yntril eei tesadn ftisIwi ose'lehadteDvl I today. H1is concerts are among the
_______nation in countries where it has suf- when it comes to the Congrega- most popular; he never fais to sell
Editor............... W. Calvin Patterson 4fered by America's well meaning, but tional church movie." tehue n fe onM~r
City Editor ..............Irwin A. Olian Imiud rstdtctos.I nho, u.Hinlile'wk
Frederick Shilifto (_________Schumann________________________
News Editors ........ .. Philip C. PBrookt _______________***(we esp>yn i n ety
Women's Editor .............Marion Kubik(weh'spaigllti ) nr)
Sports Editor...........Wilton A. Simpson THREE CRUISERS AGAIN One of the debators is captain of the I and (Gall -('nr e wis o~i ofnIthe
Teegap k tnr...... .. 7,.-is/Ae.-4I;,,

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Music and Drama........ Vincent C. Wall, Jr.
Night Editors
Charles Behymet Ellis Merry
Carlton Chamnpe Stanford N. Phelps t
Jo Chamberlin Courtland C. Smith 1
amnes Herald Cassam A. Wilson
Assistant City EditorsI
Carl Burger fl enry Thurnau1
Joseph Brunswic~kI,
Reporters
Marion Anderson Paid Kern
Alex Bochnowski rMiles Kimball
jean Campbell Milton Kirshbaum
Chester 1. Clark Richard Kurvink.
Clarence LEdelson G. Thomas McKean 13
Earl W. De La Vergne*Kenneth P'atrick
William Emnery Morris Quinn
Alfred Le~ Foster James Sheehan
Robert E. Finch Nelson J. Smith, Jr.
Joh n Friend Sylvia Stone
Robert Gessner William Thurnau'
Elaine Gruber Mvilford Vanik1
Coleman J. Gleneri Herbert P. Vedder
Harvey J Gunderson Marian Welles1
Stewart Hlooker Thaddeus Wasielewski
Morton B3. Icove Sherwood Winslow
BUSINESS STAFF'
Telephone 21214
BUSINESS MANAGER1
PAUL W. ARNOLD
Advertising............. .William C. Pusch
Advertising...f............Thomas Sunderland
Advertising............ George If. Annable, Jr.
.dvertising............ Laurence J. Van Tuyl
Circulation................T. Kenneth Haven
Publication............. ..John II. Bobrinkc
Accounts ...............Francis A oq i
Assistants.
George Ahn= Jr. lRay Wachter
Melvin. H. Baer ' J. B. Wood
D. M. Brown lEsther Boozej
Florence Cooper Ililda Binzer;
Daniel Finley Msrion ti. Daniel j
A. M. Hinkley Beatrice Greenberg
E. L. H'ulse Selma M. Janson
R. A. Meyer Marion Kerr
Harvey Rosenblum Mariont L. R~eading
William F. Spencer .Hiarrit C. Smith
Harvey Talcott a ne S1ao
Harold Utley Florence Wilmaier
SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1927
Night Editor-CASSAM A. WILSON

Following

the general inclination,I

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evidenced during this session, of in-
creasing appropriations submitted by
the budget bureau and passed by the
House, the Senate has added to the
navy department supply bill the pro-
vision for construction of the three
light cruisers' which was defeated
last week in the House by a few votes.
When the conferees of the two
houses meet to adjust the differences
b)etween their respective bills, the
cruiser item is almost certain to cause
a bitter struggle, since a majority in
the Senate are now reported to be in
favor of all the proposed navy sup-
ply increases. With the Senater con-
ferees probably unanimously for the
increase, then, the appointment of
just one favorable representative out
of the three House conferees will put
the bill through the committee.
The big struggle will, of course,
then be in the House over the ratifica-
tion of the conference report. Inas-
much as rejection would mean killing
the whole supply bill, it is probable*
that the slight opposition which pre-
viously amounted to a majority of
only two votes will be overcome. The
proponents of the increase, and the
doubtful ones as well, will likely vote
for the bill on the grounds that. if
President Coolidge wants the whole
bill held up for this one provision,
he can veto it himself when it comes
to him for his signature.
Two hundred million dollars will be
appropriated by Congress for the con-
struction of new buildings,, the pur-
chase of sites for others, and the gen-

"'Varsity hookey tearn," according to a wealthiest Iflhisiciitis in theiCbusiness.
Daily story yesterday. The oldest;. Nor does I isno mcan t hat h is a
schoolboy sport is thus officially rec- le'sser artist than the- alove imenjtion. I
ognized in intercollegiate athletics. For G ili-Cmrei certainliy hasn't thel
* -- voice tiat xva s hers five year y ago, and;
Even correcting the typographicalI McCormick fails repeat edly in operVa.
error, we can still wonder if the story Judg4ed by a musician, Kreisler is
meant to imply that as a debator he one(3 o1 the few who escape the criti-
was captain of the hockey team. cism oif the brotherhoodl. Those in the
* * * pro0fession are the first to recognizea
An Ode To Thne Sidvewalks j a master in the field, and the quickest j
to heap invective on the head of a'a
The snowflew down, but turned to ria.Teplii o ']Ciico
slop;i intelligence and taste is always p~res-
The campus walks were wet on top; Alt- for a concert--he is one of the
I shipped and slushed and slid and l'ev who are able to track the same,
slod house year afteor year with the same
And found my feet were wet, by Go(!, Iaudriences.
I bought some rubbers.
Now Doe Forsythe and the others too
Continued to warn 'gainst catching
flu ;f'
So lest I'd catch a deathly cold,
I gritted my teeth and became so bold,'
I wore my rubbers. z
To class I went, tho I felt quite mean.
M y feet were so large, and rubbers so
clean.
In class they creaked and groaned
and stunk;
This hygiene stuff is all- the bunk.
Who'll buy' my rubbers? 1
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Y. WV. C. A. SETS EXAIP LE
After years of considering itself
,eriously, the University Y. W. C. A.
has disbanded. This is an action
worthy of commendation and emula-
tion by other superfluous organiza-
tions on the campus which hav!e s"d-
denly found themselves 'past useful-
ness.
The present dissolution of the cam-
pus Y. W. C. A. is not an affair of this
year or specifically a thing p~eculiar
to this campus. The indifference of
college students ev erywhere has been
felt by every Christian organization
in the country. The Michigan Y. XW.
C. A. found its committee wore dy.p-
lieated and the interest in its spiritualt
. side low, =o it courageously disband-
ed. 'It is a pioneer in taking deffinite
steps cease it ineffective activity.
This does not mean that the Uni-
versity of Michigan is without spirit-
ual interests, it is rather an objective
example that there are some things
-- which are better carried on outside
of an organization. The adolescent
stage of the transition period in~ stu-
dlent religion seems to require free-
dom of expression and an organiza-
tion lending itself only to this side of
life could not but run against a large
wall of genuine indifference or an-
tagonism."
The fact that the peop~le who finally
affected the end of the Y. W. C. A.
'were the ones interested in the type
of work that it might have done is
significant. If the over zealou s sup-
porters of other heffectual clubs and
socities would htrow off their zeal
for a while and honestly look at them-
selves, the current year might wit-
ness the last chapter in many a sec-
retary's report.
PRACTJC UN 'DI PLOMACY
Though differing from Secretary
Kellogg's exposure of Mexican and
Bolshevistic complicity in the Nic-
aragua liberal revolt, the formal in-
terview of President Coolidge with
the new. Nicaragua minister to the
United States is also important as a
step in the settlement of this affair.
In the first place, President Coolidge
publicly announced that American
forces would be withdrawn as soon
as the necessity of their presencej
ceases. Then, after the complimentary
reply of the Nicar-aguan diplomnat thatI

Brat improJJUv em1ent VofLt1 ie uea ra c.-
tivities. Coolidge economy?

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Vare is the candid~ate who spent
"but a modest sum" for his election?!
GCAMP US OPINION
Anonymous communications will be
udisrgarded. The names of commtuni-
S Cants will, however, he regarded' as
confidential uipon request.
j THlE 1 DIAN WAR I
'To The Editor:
"The long, cruel Indian War in the
IUpper Peninsula of Michigan is over.
IYesterday morning the chieftains of
the Chippewas, the Menominees, and
other powerful tribes of northern red-
skins smoked tile peace pipe with
the representatives of the frontier
settlements."l
The casual downstate reader, if he
should be greeted with this story in
Sis morning's paper, would more than
likely say in an offhand way, "Well, 3
the Lord only knows when the nextj
w-ar will start up there."
Getting down to brass tacks* and
admitting that. all of the preceding
is ridiculously exaggerated, it paint-
edly brings out the understanding
that thousands upon thousands of
b ower Michigan residents have in re-
Igard to the isolated part of the state
to the north. These residents who
have just been mentioned are very ig-
Inorant of the condition in the U. P.
I nd, it often seems, fail to give the
U. P. and those who live there ai~y
consideration whatsoever. Perhaps
the newspapers are to blame for tihe I
lack of knowledge. Anyway, this con-
dition in Lower Michigan exists, and'
it is greatly resented in the north. j
And why shouldn't it be? The Upper
Peninsula is the possessor of vast
wealth, wealth that may be expressedl
fin terms of dollars and wealth that
may not be. Half of the iron :gelds oif
the Lake Superior region are there,
as are some of the largest capper
mines in the world. More ships g o
through the Soo locks than 'through
any other locks or canals of the earth.'
Growing and prosper'ous citie-.; may
be found, all of them being joined by
miles and miles of fine high-v, yy
Scenery, lakes, rivers, virgin fcrc ;,se-
a haven for tourists, hutiters, and
fishermen-are perhaps boaisted of

1NO SNOW; NO RIDE j I Iawa~iz -
}Although the Weather Bureau prom- I = --
ised "colder and snow" for yesterda- Frit lri e
it didn't deliver the goods, so we had AN AB-
to call off the cutter rtde. But the M Aoreovr, wxhie lhe has, ~p! iaiily: Created by a celebrated ParisianDI Y.
Kentucky Riding boys promisc'd to an appleal to muslcians and music i Master. Sponsored by leading-
give it to us any time the roads arc lovers, he has theise and artistry (- women of society. A real neces-
sisuitable, so we still look forward to I to entertain a far grae ag.1l y for all dressy wear-simple, I "ThegrHome ofngPurIeMilk."
ardbeidahrewhhfelthtIhas accomplished this by bringing practical and extremely beautiful. h oeo ue+ik
hisraudiencentip torhis whac(Ifeelsrather Let us demonstrate it for you. ,
it is going somewhere and wants to hi-uineu obssadrrte
gettheethere m wihisometime thn ywithinig t treasonable111111llthanllltby111descendinglil11I11to111theirs.I111111This I 1111111
limits.has been one of his greatest assets,
*« e. and it has permitted him to play too
"CIIPPY STAI)IUMh" WINS I capacity business in nearly every
IN BIARD-FOUGHIT country.=
CONTEST "L01AIE'S AFFAIRS"
A shy and undemonstrative stadium e r"=w ~ orI . cv
Aium"haseben chsen a the ameBS bscrievto?
it will be hereafter. For "Clippy Sta- Onoftebtshw onhera
1 di~m as b en hose asthe ame today, and surely the best revue out4 il
for the diagonal delirious disgrace, side of New Fork, this prodution, --______________
after a hotly contested election in which had its premiere last August 1'- -_________
which dog-gone name polled 13 votes , inDeroi,-s .owy.wndng1tswa
including the Scandinavian, repre- ..y
through the country, Broadway bound. 1=.
rete y Hld ra. This show, which is said to be the I_
most. expensive in existence, is of=
COMPLFTE. ELECTION RETURNS the "Glorifying the American Girl"-
Clippy Stadium ................1379 type of revue,.
Little Stadium ................. 707 First of all, there is Ted lewis withiI
Usless Stadium................. v01 all his ohld~tme bag of ticks, inilud- -Th
Rome Stdiu ...... ...... 406F lug a few character roles, twiriov I
Pedestrian Shelf ............... .10 the bat on, an attempt at clog danicng, -
and oC, as usaleverywhere a
DEDICATION OF NEW 'STAI)M that "teddy" goes his band is closea
Clippy Stadium will be officially appointing. Not that she's lost her TOB EDTDYIbhn.Spi.Tce a i i _h'
dedicated this afternoon at 2:30, the pep or voice (something she never
H-orse Marines announced yesterday. did have) or anything like that; the l
Clippy herself will be on hand to make trouble is, she doesn't do enough. Next:a
an address. in the line o prominence is Leste
***Allen, the regular "song and dance" a
The arelilteet who designed the st- man of the show, who does his stuff 2
diuni will be on hand. No guns or in the approved manner All of the $ .,
knives will be allowed in the audi- , sketches oi' the comedy rests on his a
ence. shoulders and lie carries the burden adirbl=el B'
" h W e P i t d I Wht " w l be I wo l be df i t to m ni n al I=the subject' of a speech by a repro- the separate perform ers who deserve'1
sentative of the B. and G. department. comnaio.Te wato h
The boys last night had not drawnI choruses is especially noteworthy, par- a_______________________
lots yet to 'see which one works to- tihiry ht(1,(3bheAbetn
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day, and so couldn't announce the I~ae girls. Olive Brady in some .
speaer.acrob~atic dances does everything but
'~ * *stop tile show, while Bobbie Airnst
"Why Is It?" will be the subject of with her inning smile and curly $0
an informal debate after the core- hair, is tihe best answer to "why men
monry itself. The Stadium will be laehm"taw'ese naln
presented to the first person to an- tie
serintelligently. The most outstanding song hit of For The R es of The Year
*** the production is, "I Can't Get Over a Fo
No alumni will be allowed on the k o Lvn oyLk e1 = a
w ih i su g b di ern par at=premises. Anyone suspected of rim - short intervals all through both acts. 1-==a
final tendencies will be tear-gased im-Teonyohe on-oapracah
meint ."il"cias ia "Tui'kish Towxel'which-a
ThMeodCls hud eFrtis smg by Sophie Tucker. The, 7
TeScnClsShudB Frs;skciee, as a whole, ai'ever'y cl vta
Dear Tim-I notice that the Dailybtteear opeo O( lC
In Its editorial sheet this morning has jth-i m night well b)e omitted.
divided humanity into three seg- All in all, this s;how provides as
mat-( h oatease f-a

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