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THE MTV'; ITAN DAIL-Y

SUNDAY, JA NUARY 22, I ''l

Published every mornfing except Monday
during the University year by the Board in
Control of Student Publications.
11ember of Western Con ference Editorial
Assocation.

present conference cannot help butJ
prove tremendously beneficial andS EDL
enlightening. I
The movement, likewise, to draw p./
the Pam-American Union togethe'r for '15:Mt110
the purpose of vetoing; actions of the (tf-i
Unit ed States has collapsed, and Oli
+1' ,. - 4-t., 8,.,Fi.. .4.-4-- I THE TI AE' H-AS come wile" 'ill

The Associated Press is exclusively en- I here seems to be nfllurthier agitation
tit le~ to the uise for repiiblication of all news
dipthscredited to it or not otherwise on that coutnt. The original idea, ap-
creditled in this paper and the local news pub- ')prenltlyxwas to establishsoehn
lisied herein. similar to an itra soa oetn
EnteredI at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,; where the piolicy of the United States
M ichigan, as second class matter. Special rate l cou ld b~e a iredl and vetoedl if (desired. -
of postage granted by Third Assistant Post-
master General.I This agitation has ceased.j
Suhscription by carrier, $4.00; by mail,
$4-50,.I A ll in all the Pan-American i con-
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building, 'May- erwesmstbearmndul
card Street. Trnesest eateedul
.hones: Editorial, 4925; Business 21214. wholesome thing. Opening in aI
strained atmosphere which command-
EIITTORIAJL STAFFxl
Telehone499 ~ed the attention of PresidIent Coolidge,i
Telehone492iand which mfove'd him to draft that1
MANAGING EDITORl
O H.CHAMBRLINm asterfu itidiplomatic veteran, Charles
Evans I1liges, into the service of the
Editor........... ...Ellis B. 1\I cry coulntry, the conference has appar-
Kditor M'ichigan Weekly. . Charles E. Behiymer
StabfIEditor............. Philip C. Brooks ently straightened out many difficul-
C'ity Editor ........... . our tland C. Smith
'W'omen's Editor.......... Marian L. Welles ties without even dragging them to
Sports Editor....... ..... Herbert F.' VedderI the floor of the assembly. The very
Theater, Books and llusic.Vincent C. Wall, Jr.
Telegraph Editor............ Ross WV. Ross! concrete evidence of conciliation
Assistant City Editor. . .. Richard C. Kurvink.
Night Editors which has (come thus far is (certainly
Robert E. Finch C. Thomas McKean adequate proof of the value of the
J . Stewart Hooker Kenneth G.. FPat ick
Paul J.. Kern Nelson J. Smith, Jr. Pan-American Union, and the in-
Milton Kirshbaum cesn nesadn hc h
Reporters cesn nesadn hc h
Esther Anderson Marion McDonald United States seem;; 1o be gaining
Afargaret Arthur RichardlI3. Milroy ~ hissuhr egbr sa n
1Emmoxns A. Bonfield Chairles S. A ouroe ihissuhr egbr sa n
3 can ('anipbell (athierine Price c
Jesie hurh [arld . Pssmn raing phase of our Latin-Ameri--
Clanrence N. Edelson Morris W. Quinn n eains.
,Margaret Gross Rita Rosenthal ________________
Valbor l" Egeland Pierce Rosenberg
Marjorie i'olliner Edward 1'. Ryan F ENVA V NN
James I;. Freeman David Schzeyer G 1 EAT VEN
Rober-t J. Cessner Eleanor Scribner
Elaine E. Gruber Corinne Schwarz I On t'he grounds that it might inter-
Atlice Hlagelshaw Robert C. Silbar fere with Austrian plans for anion
Joseph i . Howell Howard F. Simon
J. Wallace Hiushen Rowena Stillman i with Germany, the Austrian govern-
Charles R. Kaufman Sylvia Stone ment is reputed to have shown a
Williaml F. Kerby G;eorge Tilley
f awrence R. Klein l dward L. 1Warner, Jr. definite lack of enthusiasm regarding
0k )uald J. Kline Benjamin S. Washer
;ailly Knox Leo J. Yoediek!! any scheme to move the seat of the b
I}te.k L.I..Lait. Jr. Joseph Zwerdlinig
John H. Maloney I League of I~atiOns to Vienna. Official-f

1. 11' 11 " J 111.0 1V11G: w1
students must liccount: for all those
hours they did not use in studying";

when all the men grow lr ong-lbeardsl
1(if they arie 01ld enough).,bec-ause they
have no lime to shave; when the dleep
rings appear Under the eyes of all
students (not because of lbeing oit on
dates) ; and when the mid-night oil
is burned in most of the rooming-
houses (because. fine blew out).
Examinat ions are upon us.
t
WITH. THESE EXAMINATIONS
comes disaster for some, and near dis-
aster for many, and fright for all.
The freshmen who have never passed
through one of these periods will
probaly learn many interesting
things. It is well for them to lake
notice for many of them endi their
college careers with this first exami-
nation period.
fFOR T14OSE; OF YOU who may
leave dlear old Michigan at the end
of the semester there are several ex-
cuses to give. First, one could easily
become tired of going to school. See-
ondly, (this applies only to those who
live in the northern Peninsula) one
can always say that he knows enough
already andI the profs can't teach him
any more.
THPE BEST EXCUSE

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lDue to thte nit tuber anl inaportane
(if the ot her d ranlai ic andI musi-al
events t-i bil will tale, pka -e da i -
the' sads intevin) of set ( xainil
lions, it w itl1 b"best to li, .t hem in
chron ologicalote r:
Theit . 01.1tlal l1nllertll (Choir, F.
'l elms Ch rist iasen, conduti tor, in
H-Iill a ttdil orilmn , Thlursda y evening,F
j antuarv 2t;, as the fourth numnber of
the E xtra Coner t. series.
Walker Wiite" e in (Cordon
K~ean's "'t'ie Hindu" iIinte Whitney
theater onr Fviday evoning, .January-

THE ATE
BOOK
ftON IGFf' Il l e ltelaord PMayers
present, Bayarid XeiI icy's f"aTeThir-
teenthi Cha~irs as the first bill .of iteir
sCel soal of .,lock in thle 1AItii ney
Theate1 r. (Th ' Plaayers -wiIIllI i lte
x i "Th- 'T'h Tirtieenth C4 ha ir" ev ery
evettilig dhis week xeeptX%'lt ridtay -ivi la
add iionalI perf~ormlanlce"',at1WedneIsdaty

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Special Pricesj
Monday and Tuesday
Open Evenings by Appointment
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1110 S. Unver.'dty Dial Th61

BUSINESS STAFF
Telephone 21214
BUSINESS MANAGER
WILLIAM C. PUSCH
Assistant Manager... George II. Annable, Jr.
Advertising......,. Richard A. Meyer
Advertising............. \rtflur AL Hinkley.
Advertising.............dward L. Hulse
Advertising ............. Jlhn \V. Ruswinckel
Accounts ................. Raymond Wachter
Circulation..............George, B. Ahn, Jr.
Publication.................I lHarvey Talcott
Assistants

George Bradley
Marie Brumler
James 0. Brown
James Carpenter
James B. Cooper
Charles K. Correll
Barbara Cromell
Mary Dively
Bessie V. Egeland
Ona Felker
Katherine Frohne
Diouglass Fuller
Beatrice Greenberg
IHlelen Cross
l?. J. hatmmer
C'arl XV.Hammer
Ray Hotelich

Hal A. Jaehn
James Jordan
Marion Kerr
Thales N. Lenington
Catherine M\cKinven
WV. A. falial'fy
Francis D. Patrick
George M. Perrett
Alex K. Scherer
Frank Schuler
George Seater
Wilbert Stephenson
Ruth Thompson
H erbert E. Varnumi
Lawrence 'Walley
Hannah Wallen

SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 1928
Night Editor-K. G. PATRICK j
A INEW RINI) OF COLLEGE
Something new in the way of .tol-
leges, one which equally ben~efits the
student and the institution, has been
invented and put into effect by a con-
cern in a nearbJy city. The Toledo
Scale company has undertaken to
train a few selected college grad-
uates, chosen for the most part from
the Universities of Michigan and Ohio
State, by having the chosen few each
"term" start work from the ground
up. In this way they are expected to
learn every detail of the work before
they are even allowed to take office
training.
When the indivdual shows knowl-
edge of the fundamentals of the busi-
ness which cannot be learned from
textbooks, the system decrees that he
shall advance a notch higher. When
lie has completed his training, the
company believes that he is equipped
to earn a living that is far above the
average, and at the same time thaat
his services mean a great deal more
to the company.
Another point to be emphasized is
that if the company finds youths who
have enough perseverance to continue
a course which is certain to be dis-
couraging at times, it assures itself,
of a staff of aggressive representa-
tives, something that in some cases,
colleges cannot do.
While thte idea is not wholly orig-
inal, it is seldom that a btusiness con-

ly, this has been given as the reason
for this stand in the matter.
While the league personnel and cer-
tain others whose influence is not to
be (disregarded have started action to
move the permanent seat of the
league from Geneva to Vienna, Aums-
trian spokesman have voiced their
( disapproval and disinterestedness in
j any such plans. They say, and en-
tirely with justification, that any
} change which would shift the league
seat to the midst of unsettled Central
Europe, would not be likely in the
long run to prove acceptable to Eng-
land or other major powers con-
cerned.
Underlying the whole idea of re-
jecting any such plan, however, is the
fact that Austria feels, and rightly
so, that it would prove to be a great
obstacle in their plans for union with
Germany. In this event, it would
seem that Austrian diplomats have
spoken wifely. As a strictly neutral
countryr and a sincere friend of the,
league, it has obviously acted to the
i nest interest of that body as well. as
it self.
MORE LOCAL DRAMA
S The return of the Rockford Players?
to Ann Arbor offers a pretentioums
season of stock company plays, pre-
sented by actors who have attained
considerable recognition for their
ability, and a number of whom de-
serve special attention as alumni andI
students of the University.
The selection of plays indicates the
employment of decidedly meritorious
principles, stressing not only enjoy-
able entertainment but a sincere ef-
fort to give expression to the most
significant and worthy contemporary
dramatic works.
Although there is every reason forj
supporting the company on grounds
ofduty or loyalty, it is not necessary
tappeal to such motives, since the
intrinsic interest of the enterprise
should guarantee ample suppoprt.
ONOR AMION COLLEGIAN1S
While it is rather unfortunate that

Perhaps the best excuse to give for
leaving the University is that matri-
mony has called. It is often neces-
sary to find another party to make
this plan work, but since this is leap
year there should be little diffictulty
in this scheme. The gentleman pic-
tured above is telling his father in no
uncertain words the reason lie left
school. One has to be careful in
such matters, however, because these
fathers were young once. Note father's
quisical smile,
OF COURSE MOST of the students
will return for the second semester.
To these we wish a short examination
schedule and hope that they have
time to go home between semesters.
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IF WE HAD OUR way we would
warn all parents not to allow their
children to drive automobiles while at

Thle iRockford Ila iere open at the-
Satturday inatitie,. ,antaarv -)9,with J ei":~d "~ i . /Isd"I
Norma Mlitclbell 's "Cradle Snatchers PTCA
for fivo suacceeding p~erfornmances. fJ! y-
T['le itocIhforcl Players will give EP ARTM ENi
Frederick Lotisdale's "Areii'1 Ie All" i
Lenses and Frames made ;
beginning with Itheo \'tdnesday 1matiOde
nee [February 1 , I roug;h Suday, Peb- T re
rmiN air , with thte exception of the Optical Prescriptions
Satuirday matinee. I Filled
fr'He New Turk Si lttpliouiV orchtestra,
Walteri' Iamrosch, condutctor Jolt' HALLERS
Erskine, soloist, in IPill auditoriutm State St. Jewelers
Wednesday evening, February 7., asf, ,,.dA,~."~/; 01 .'.i"~J.r9
t he fifth number in time Choral Union _____________________________
rfite Jeanl Grog .Marioneettes will TheAD P Y
presentced by the Play Ptroduct ion CILASSIFILED
classes in Hill auidit oriumin Tlmumsdacy,
FFebruary 2. for a- matinee of "Mark:
Twain's "llucklejierry Finn" antd aim S t A dr w'
evening pierformance of ?Maui-ice Mae - (r * \ huc
terlink's 1"Tile Blebir d. " (ELpscopal)Ch rc
"The Saide to You1," the twent y- ( Bl iini oi n(Id('aaflerie Str'eets
second annual Union oper'a, will be l UNDAY, JAN. 22
! presented for a single performance 80 .M- oyCm
ISaturday after-noon, February 4t, in 8:0a .Hl on
the Whitney theater. mufllofl
* * *9:00 a. m.-Service for
" 1APPLESAUCE FOR~l THE GANDER" Students in Harris Hail.
Among those wiho will be0 preseintj 11 :00 a. m. - Morrnng'
at a delightfully inf'ormnal murder of"I rar and Sermon b the
Edward Wales this evening ithn eb
Whitney theater will be none otir RttV. Henry Lewis
tan Robert I entlorsoin-atorit, critic.! 7:30 p. m. - Evening
columnist, producer and ve'stal visrgin'-"Pryer and Sermon by the
of campus dramatics in tIhos far'off T-)
-rev. T. L. Harris-
days when l'aioinkin's dirunken shout

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joyable means of entertainment for
those whose finals are so scheduled
that they have those nights off. There
will be the same good music, the
same pleasant atmosphere, and the

at GRANGER'S
throughout the
Examination Period
~RANGER'S will have their
7regular mid-week, and week-
nd dances during the next two
reeks. This provides a most en-

same

enjoyable time.

home.

We illustrate the reason.
STOP, LOOK, LISTEN

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Dance at Granger's
Dancing Every
Wednesday, Friday
and Saturday

G.Dtue to the lack of practice at the
wheel this car was driven off the .roald
and into the tree. No, this really
didn't happen, our expert photograph-
I er took a picture of a tree and a pie-
Itore of an automobile and pasted one
inn the other, but it might happen.

A. sec'retary, with a University
edw !a51t ion is assutred VanIexcellent
JMwsitioit. Of course tile kiionvledge
of shor1thanid 1and(1type-writing tire
peron~ltly tt5C41lI, too.
Commitence ill February.
3f ~'~ yu tUh

Granger's Academy--

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originating from Ka college
campus should 'relate to the

newspaper-reading public tales of
how German mark notes, street cat'
tokens, buttons andI telephone slugs
have become legal tender on the
campus, it partly serves to explain
thte conception some members of that
public have of the campus. This is
piarticularly true of the recent story

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cern has so sincerely and soundly ' in that respect originating at North-
given itself over to a highly sig~nifi- western university.
cant cause. It is said that since school op~ened
_____________________in September, the university athletic
THE (CONFERENCE association at Northwestern has lost
The most recent reports from thej no less than $600 at its "honor" candy
Pan-American conference now beingj stands scattered about the camputs be-
held in Havana, Cuba, indicate that ceuse students dropped slugs, buttons
tentative opposition to the policy oi' and the like into the slot instead of
the United States has collapsed, and the proper coins.!
that in its stead has developed a real F It' the story is correct, as it has
feeling of cooperative unity and real every appearance of being, it cannot
coalition. Mexico and Nicaragua, ex- help but impair' the feeling of pride
pected to be the ring-leaders in any those students responsible for the
such movement, have denied such in- illegitimate practice must have, at
tentions, and the delegations of both least in part, for their university. The
nalons have issued disclaimers of {s5ooner~ they come to realize this, and
any such plan. that they are practicing something
Argentine alone still seems to re-j outside the law, the better off they
main somewhat. sceptical as to the will be and the better will be the. con-
motives of iJie U.nited States in po- ception of the worltd away fmrom the
licing the Caribbean, and even the campus of' the type of individual

W AE MUST 'ALSO WARN students
driving during the J-Hop per'iodl to Rlobert; IielIdersotl
beep their eyes on the road no mat temr I )irect (i of the Rockford Playeirs.
how great may be time temptationi to I coutld be heard onil limes theater
tturn around, for look how hard at i stage, and the aesthetes wailed in
Iwould be to get an automobile down I t1heir ivory towetrs contcerning thbe on-
out of a tree. warr'ant ed carpintg of dramatic crit i-s.
* * * 'Mr. lHenderson's other priotldctisit-
AND THEN ('AME THE news fronm cludle Norma Mtihtccl' s (comnedy mt
C Columbus that the Michigan negative American infidelity-"Cradle Snatch-
r team had won a debate. It -was the ers , and :Frederick Lonsdale's E'ng-
'negative team despite IDaily headlines Iish dlitto, "Aren't We All."
to the contrary. We almost wept, foa'r
there that negative team had gone ,I, iX hF HflSI'ION
and rined Michigan's perfect record ot h Detroit is now facd with a sad sit-
never winning. Of course the football tuatiotiof if aatist P' poverty. Omit-c en-
teami lost a game or two this year so i oying time flushi of criic hal eul huts-I
the debaters probably though they iasili and piopular' adulation, anti now
would build up support in attlet jcs a repro bate, lpariah in t he artisti(c
again by winning their event. IHoly-Land, "The Fitrst Snow" is suft-
* * * fer'in-, the chill povertt of Illaliat'-
*AGAIN THE THOUGHT of exantina- i sin.t Its title of "tiovety an" a
tions comes to us and with it the re- been str'ipped fron tIts''t"upretent-
F alization that tomor'row they begint. tious" back and now it is a fugitive
MPersonally, we offer a reward of sev- fromt the cr-,itical wolves-branded as
o ral thousand of any European curt- a 'copy.,
rency except the Pound Sterling to In literary tenters a simnilatr im-
any reader' of this column who will 'psews nrolyaetd ty a for-
b~ring in, dead or alive, the man who itint uatte coinidenl'tce' of simttltaneous
invented examinations. A boniv; of aj publication. - MaLIgaret Kennedy,
'outple of thotusandl more will be given .fainots for her "''tstant. Nyniph~'
if he is dead. and still riding the tidle with her' Tat-
Je. est, ''RIed Sky at Mor-nimng," has had
lte' claim tothle mst' o1'inixed twins
the U7niversity and state authorities Fpr-otestetd by Hielena Simpson, other-
at-c determined to safeguartI tte wise unriowat. The only difxerence
htealth of the student body. bet weetn the two plots is te diffeir-

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