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EDITOR ....,...........LEO J. HZRSHDORFER
..................................James B. Young
d A. Donahue Julian E. Mack
for .............................Dorothy Bennetts
Lrd..............Herbert S. Case, Elizabeth Nylund
or.......................G. D. Eaton
Butler C. R. Trotter
er Sidney Kripke
M[ANAGER................HEROLD C. HUNT
. ......................Townsend H. Wolfe
.....................;........George W. Rockwood
......... ... ...... . .... -- -- -. L au rence r 1 . F av r t
.....,,~ .... ..dward V. Conli
essing of atoms until the nations can sit around the
fireplace again without throwing coals at each other
or watching each other out of the corners of their
eyes. If you can't postpone its discovery, then at
least don't let it out of the bag until conditions are
more ripe to receive it!
WARMING THE BENCHES
Public utilities, like park benches, are more often
than not adjudged to be of insufficient importance
to excite much attention or to be used to the full -
est capacity. Regular students during the year pay
very little attention 'to the campus benches, except
to keep freshmen off. There may be a real reason
for this in the fact that they have too much else
to do, for it is but rarely during the fall and sum-
fier that the campus lounging places are occupied.
. However the summer school student, whether he has
neglected them or not at other times secures their
full service during the summer, for every day it
does not rain finds people scattered about the cam-
pus in groups or singly, with books and without
them. It may be that these people have greater
ability to concentrate..their attention on their work
to the exclusion of all diversions such as frolicking
children and passing of people. There is one thing
worthy of consideration in trying to understand
the students' neglect of the comforts of the senior
benches and other benches on the campus and that
is the danger that once studying in the open should
become popular, there would arise a great difficulty
in accommodating a proportionate number from the
large enrollment. ,
For a fuller appreciation of the campus benches
for studying, the exclusion of dog fights and some
of the noisy games of the children might be an
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ESDAY, JULY 25, 1922
litor-JULIAN ELLIS MACK
isistant-C. W. Christie
THERE, ATOM, WHOA
ne of the most eminent of Oxford
that the scientific world is on the
c discovery of so sensational and sod
character as to render Einstein's
arison, child's play, it does not bear
veight with the average man for the
iat the average man has little or no
>f what Mr. Einstein's theory is all
this scientist becomes more specific
at within the next fifteen years at
:overy will be complete and man will
"I, have harnessed the atom !" then
r ears and become a bit interested.
atom means its artificial 'disintegra-
utilize the energy stored in it for
rposes of life.
le become really interested when this
es by saying that in one ton of the
a there is as much potential power
tons of coal, and it needs only the
tow to ignite it-how to cause the
up when desired-to make this pow-
available. The cost and weight
ould be negligible. One man would
with ease sufficient fuel to drive an
n Southampton to New York, and
ntist sees no reason why there will
onnections between this world and
e the passing of the century.
covery is realized, the uses to which
enumerated so far are auspicious,
s where people begin to think a bit
consider the possibilities and temp-
a power in war. Mr. Scientist tells
>n to discover the secret will be in a'
e out all other nations, literally, in
It could dispatch aeroplanes, each
und bomb which would have as de-
fect as that of a million aeroplanes
ioo pound bombs in use today. The
osive power made accessible through
ry can be more distinctly realized
owledge that an atomic bomb, with
ent to the .existing 2,000 pound
neigh no more than a postcard.
this field is now being feverishly
willingly financed by the industrial
rmany, England, America and else-
the Oxford scientist, and the ques-
ation ywill ,it be that is first to make
nd thereby endow itself such an un-
ver the rest of the world.
were to make the discovery, quite a
uld break into a cold sweat. If the
ce, Germany would probably shiver
I have visions of Belgium's devasta-
1erself. If such a power was at the
tain factions in Japan, the United
iddenly find itself with a bad case
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(The Pan loquitur Our friend Tomas A Celano,
the mediaeval hymnalist, writes to tell us that the
below verse is' a parodly of Mr. Wordsworth's em-
inent lyric, "Yarrow Revisited." Our friend was
a thorough appreciator of college life, and, on see-
ing the Summer session in full flight last month, it
is reported that he left, weeping bitter tears.)
Ann Arbor Re-Visited
Is this-Ann Arbor-4his the U
My fancy wont to dote on?
Alas! 'tis more defunct and blue
Than M. A. C: or Houghton.
Yet why? We have the co-eds yet;
While Bill and Mert's, and Calkin's
Still do their best to imitate
Friends Captain Kidd and Hawkins.
Our stately edifices stand
In all their pristine glory;
Eaton describes the studes in terms
Women saunter down the walk,
"In uncontrolled meanderings ;"*
The Daily's message to the world
In words of truth and candor rings.**
But ah! Where are the virile menr
Who gambl'ed on the greensward-
An honor unto Michigan,
If we may take the Dean's word.
And where the Scott Fitzgerald dames
Whose dress, designed to vamp us,
Made every frosh exclaim "By gosh!"
As they go down the campus.
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All swept away, like leaves, before
A sacerdotal invasion!
Who fight again the grand old fight
Of Arian and Athanasian;
Although the more advanced, I hear
Are now with Father Bryan,
Planning escape from that dread ape
Who blocks their 'path to Zion.
608 W. Michigari Ave.
Yes, sweet the company of th' elect,
And blast the Saint's Communion;
But I could pray that they might stay
At Andover or Union.
The men perhaps are brainier now
(Though some could stand a barber,)
The women far more staid, but oh!
- I weep for thee, Ann Arbor.
. TOMAS A CELANO.
*Straight Wordsworth. 'C
He's 'o Dumb He Thinks That:'
Barbour Gym is a Tonsorial parlor.
A pipe course is for plumbers.
Paraphanalia are two phanalias.
Insurance math.-The mortality rate is still in-
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