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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SATURDAN TAY 21, 1927

ADDRESS PLANNED BY
flFAN Fnfl&PNIlHT-I'

FRENCH LAUNCH CRUISER AT BREST Circus Wil Appear, PROHIIBITION OFICIAHS FACULTY AND NAVAL RESERVE UNIT
Here On May 3 FrC ANDIDKW IN DRY RACE; PLAN AVIATION COURSE NEXT YEAR
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PROCRAM IS PRINT[
CITES CEREMOIES AS ONE
FOUiR CHIEF EVENTS OF
COUIEGE CAREER
IXPLAIN S ITS TRADI TIO
4t1oates How t'rogans Were Stae
To Replace Freshumn And
Sphomore ]Fights
editor's note: The following is
address prepared by Dean Mortime
Cooley of , the engineering poll
which teas to have been delivered
a part of the program of Cap Ni
originally; scheduled for last wee.
Is being published in The Daily
cause it is unusualy characteristic
the spirit intended for that occasio
"You are come together to uph
to preserve one of the oldest<
clearest traditions of the Univer
of Michigan.
Cap Night is not only a tradito
it is an. institution. Cap Night is
of the four chief events in yourc
lege career. Beim the first, itse
nificance is as the fragrance and t
of early spring flowers, and fruitst
are anticipated through the 1o
dark and cold days of winter-in p
case a "Winter of Discontent."
"Tlonight your probational perio
over. You cease to be frehmen
'becomne sophomores. Likewise, so
mores become juniors; juniors
come seniors, and seniors bee
graduates-soon. The entire col
world has shifted a notch "ahead.
"But you "are alone toight in y
celebratiftn Of this greatest of all
college. events. I am sorry. It ist
that our time-honored ceremony
been suspended out of respect to
memory of departed friends,
teachers. But they are the last
would have willed that it be so, E
now, I love to think, their sp
hlover above us and smile approv
tinged with regret that this dea
of all our traditions should, beca
of them, be in. the least degree m
ified..
"And what is this tradition thi
known as -"Cap Night?" While its
ginning Is still within otr memoi
like to think of its legendary;
to associate it with the tribe of Mil
igamua. Indian legends go so far b
And,.s in. them, so is there in
a. great spirit-the spirit of Almal
ter. But the facts that are histor
you should , 'know. Like all rhist
what is told us is but the framec
picture. We' 'may even see the Pici
But^ th'e soul of the picture! Thai
cannot see,,We can only feel it.
each -of you it means a floodin
your own soul as the door ofy
heart is opened narrowly or widely
Ganmes Replace Raids
"Of the ,istory, let it e toldt
the fall and saring games were
signed to °replace the escapade
freshmen. and sophomores; their
peditions, raids, into each others
mains; sporadic for the most part,
epidemic at times; and always fra
w~ith more or less danger to one's t
being, both physical and me
Presidents, deans, and professors w
at times Involved through their effo
in. the main. futile, to restore the<
mic out of chaos. The good nam
our university was not infreque
jeopardized.
"Then came into being the even
are celebrating in a humble way
night. The idea of Cap Night ist
after the year of organized welli
the several campus tri'bes shall c
together, bury the hatchet, and v
their united voices in praise of X
Mater. Out of the loins of the Stu
Council was born this great idea,
of. its earliest children, with all
,lustiness that springs from the sr
and virile before they are str.ck d

by senility and old age or are imb
with the doctrine of birth control.
saying this, I must apologize to
(lebonaire 'Mr. Timothy Hay and
to the Biologist.
Asks View Backwards
"Loteme ask. you young gentler
to take with' me a back-sight, as
say in surveying, and then with an
justed vision take a fore-sight.'
University of Michigan has a pr,
past. Among state universities it
pioneered. Its place in the world
f ixel by the achievements of its alt
iii anid former students-soie460 th
sand in number. Like all pioneers
University of Michigan lived close
nature and grew to manhood ins
plicity and honesty of purpose. Its
peal reached afar and drew to its de
young men from remote corners
cur land. They came for a seri
purpose-to get an educationi. T
wvould then go out themselves;
blaze a trail of "their own in the
zrcaching stretches of our count
And they did.
"There are' 90 years of the recor
life of our university. it is wello
a century since the seed was pMani
While not Thng periods, as time gt
t hey are a large part of the 300 ye
since our Pilgrim Fathers and the
years since our Independence. In
life-time of our university have cc

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streame" ""'Y' ,!{.}..: .i>rs.g into emotest l~eo plnay fmro, Si otlnd;snete i ehncld sino hepoi
lands}r...In.the homes and on the st his YerulyanfE reof;!equestra2i~iasto uen asigo, hsbe
ancntesa ryesaeacnig fr:s ta; theform airo i eras,
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in~~~Ca repnet orsgaspaes IeWP ai'tits ; BenIl"td s, Mahgare ailS h Oi'5C ('undidiltr e. '
Mater." Eugsernlienwl e'spBo seronitoned!lsi~lr

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ill'li iae v i a 101 ) Ut tit V'5'''U 11,l'lt'Il'.'" Al
ijnvei.I y "''' omin~net >utto henatval air baet 1Ma11p-E
t? yl ai<:ret u R cotia, W1l0 lst ilniolxi
fal inhe ffeing of twho i,,le;, ng 0f lageand nmore, advaul~ti
It.jround fsch'lool C )lil u 1111V':iavl a tion ly,,,S fjlns viib gie. S t -
Nhic h wlllast for bthill cetczs. fu1toy:eoiile1?~tio1 oft his;cour se cen-
liQ1. WCoursis5 15 0101to al d l i], he otlC i? ito a com1ikissioll in1
.i (!tSI o(81ps a ifutr h i) i i d1a1e;NvlcereAv
t Th(1u i to' Ot~es dit x' lle I)1'liinint~lIy course which is an-
Sliiii1111'p~liO'5 5 1(1ttumIfligh1t train - 1iiouncetl for next fall imarks anlother.
lag. The i ,;t pe of01practice fly- I toip forward ill the estilislimetit . o
;il xil b gx miatthe Great Lakes ;av-iationi as a university subject. The
'i'aii a calio iii eaplanes-1)0- first seum estem' of this year a lcture,
.'11 eindfor students. course without credit was given.

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The neiv battle cruiser, the "Suffe
navy yard by the French navy. This
which is permitted under the trens ofI
The "Sufferen" will1 be one of the slo
ing 33 knots per hour.
of today and the future to your credit
and glory of Alma Mater.
PE1assing Front ]Ranks
"But with the passing of miaster
minds come others. From where? 1
From the ranks of young men and wo-;

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m en in o u r co lleg es. F ro m i y o u r ran k s, 1yu gh e n e e . Y o w o a r p is . T. -Y G V
ent here tonight to uphold thme sp'ii UT OR TY GI.
of Old Michigan will provide follow- SPEECH ON SOUND
ers in. the footsteps of those who are I___
gone. Let, then, heed be taken of your "The Analysis of Sound by Ele-
ccollege days that you do not waste
them in frivolity. Cast your eyes back-I trical Means"' was the subject of a
ward, then peer into the future. Strive talk given by Irving Sandorf, '23E,
while here for light to see clearly.': in the Natural Science auditorim
Dream and make your dreamis comei Wednesday. Mr. Sandorf stated that.
true. Care-free youth is past. Life'sI the analysis of sound has usually been
fight is in the, future. In between1 done in a crude manner and that all
comes these four short years in which persons are not equally susceptiblIe
to prepare the armor to be donned on to it.
your graduation into knighthood. Hle has been connected with the
"Imagine yon fire to be your altar, Development and, Research depart-
Place upon it as your sacrifice the de- ' a-nt. of the American Telephone and
termination to consecrate yourselves Telegraph company 'in New York, who
to the duties of life and citizenship in 'are interested in reducing the noisej
the measure to b~e expected of you as! in telephones and motors to a mini-1
college men-as men of proud Oldl mum. To do this it is necessary to
Michigan. The smoke that rises from make an analysis of sound, le said.
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