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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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ICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE SUMMER SESSION OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Published every morning except Monday during the Summer
on by the Board in Control of Student Publications.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
rhe Associated Press is exclusively entitleto the use for re-
cation of all news dispatches credited to it or otherwise
ted in this paper and the local news published therein.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second
matter.
Subscription by carrier or mail, $r.50.
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building, Maynard Street.
Phone: Business, 960; Editorial, 2414.
Communications not to exceed 3po words, if signed, the, signa-
not necessarily to appear in print, but as an 'evidence of faith,
notices of events will be published in The Summer Daily at the
etion of the Editor, if left at or mailed to The Summer Daily
Unsigned communications will receive no cpnsideration. No
icript will be returned unless the writer incloses postage.
The Summer Daily does not necessarily endorse the senti-
s expressed in the communicatonis.
EDITORIAL STAFF
Telephone 2414
AGING EDITOR...............LEO J. HERSHDORFER
Editor ..................................James B. Young
t Editors-
Howard A. Donahue Julian E. Mack
ing Editor......... ...........Jack D. Briscoe
en's Editor............................Dorothy Bennetts
)rials................X... ..... .......Herbert S. Case
or Editor ....... ............Donald Coney
ry Editor.... ... ... .......G. . D.Waton
Assistants

FEAR-AN INCENTIVE
During the course of an address delivered before
the Schoolmasters' club at its annual session here,
President Burton made the remark that the more
he comes in contact with University students the
more he is convinced that fear of failure in life
haunts the imagination of them all. "After all is
there not a possibility of my proving a failure and
making a fizzle of the whole thing despite my educa-
tion and oportunities ?" is a question which a still
small voice seems to speak up within all of us when
alone.
Does this apprehension spring from a lack of
self-confidence and a waning of youthful certainty
of success or is it merely something which is pres-
ent in the development of all normal and aspiring
young manhood? The latter seems to be the correct
view. Upon a close examination of the place and
function of such a fear it would seem that it is given
to all of us 'as warning that those day dreams which
we cherished in childhood and which still tend to
cling to us might not render us apathetic to the de-
mands of real life. Whtat we think we are making
of ourselves and what we really are making of our-
selves are very often two entirely different things.
Looked upon as a means of stirring us up and not
as a needless cause of anxiety, fear of failure should
prove a source of wholesome help to all.
It is also possible to view this question as being
one which would naturally arise from the nature of
the standard of success which the hoi polloi of Am-
erica has, namely, the accumulation of money. As
long as the dollar is deemed the sign and emblem
of success a continual dread of failure will natural-
ly follow, the acquiring of money being, as it is, so
precarious.
It is not anything that should cause worry, how-
ever. The biographies of men who have reached the.
top rung of the ladder of achievement reveal that
even they N4ere not entirely free from this fear of
failure, and that it was present in them in much the
same way and at nuch the same time as it is in
the youth of today.
For twenty years we have preached: Keep off
the Grass. Now we have reached our twenty-first
birthday-or thereabouts-and decided to reform.
Moral: Do your own preaching.

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SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1922

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JULES VERNE -PROPHET?
When Major W. T. Blake and his companions
rted from Croyden, England, recently on their
rty thousand miles trip around the world, -a ven-
e was commenced which if successful will receive
praise of the entire world. Their program
is for the completion of the air-journey in about
ety days. The course has been very completely
pped out and all that is needed to crown the
ture with success and to wreathe the flyers with
ne is the smile of fate.
Nhen father read as a boy Jules Verne's "Around
World in Eighty Days," little did he think that
n in his life time yould he see the romance that
ited his imagination and charmed his fancy actu-
taking place. He may now reread "Around the
rld," but this time in the daily newsapers and
hero's name has been changed from Phileas
,g to Major Blake.
[his venture is bein'g watched by the entire world
. if it has no other practical results it will at
t awaken the nations to the possibilities, that ex-
in the air. Meanwhile it remains for America
ee the aeroplane of which she herself claims to
he inventor being perfected by another nation,
VALUE-PRICEr-WORTH
'oo often, in these days of frenzied money
ch, our standards of 'judgment are typified in
trite interrogation, "What is it worth?"
e are apt to judge people with a similar made-
cy. Too seldom de we inquire, "Has this man
th ?" And, if he does possess that ever-rare
ity, almost never do we attempt. to determine
north is a form of ingnitude; it is a cousin of
lity and it rides by integrity's side in the race
,ife. Clear thinking has something to do with
tanding: Worth: the case: Worth's position:
laps it is most obvoius that a muddle-headed
vidual seldom if ever assays very high.
fter a trip through a penitentiary, a devotee
advocate of the famous Dr. Watson once re-
ked that "there is too little integrity in this
d." He was painfully correct. 'Yet no great
ch of the logic processes is required to recog-
that integrity and worth have many common at-
tes..
te present tendency is to cover all talk with,
ecarious veneer of diplomatic slush. In the
s of exerts, diplomacy is an art properly praci
; in the clumsy paws of the average mortal,
attempts are worse than fallacious folly-they
naddening subterfuges.
hen a man permits too many inferences to be
n, be sure that he himself is uncertain. When
,htfQrward talk is supplanted by careful bush-
king, indications are present that the individual
indulges in it is a mental 'mess, and that he is

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T HE F RYI N G PAN :
a flash iin the Pan."
Personally Mentioned
Young George Blewitt, 2nd., '24Lit,
Doomed to the summer session
By unparallelled machinations
Of the dean's office,
And by parental persuasion,
Became low of spirit.
Being desperate for want of diversion
He took to meeting the trains.
After three superintendents of schools,
Five high school principals,
And seven maiden ladies
Specializing in Semitics,
He was stricken with palpitations
9n seeing six seductive flappers
Disembark with the intention
Of entering the University.
Now able to sit up and take nourishment,
He is apparently none the worse
For the shock; and the Health Service
Rcports him eager to be out,
Placards in the 4aasreunion parade at Yale ex-
pressed the following seeihnents on "burning topics
of the day," to quote the New York Times: "We've
won every cup but lost the Wiccup"-; Football is the
only kick left in the ov'"; "We gre dry we
pin our postage stamps to Ouke u.r Itter koike.*"
Theme with Var'ations
La Diina Comedia: Purgatorio Canto
Mrs. Dante-What are you writing now, dear?
Dante-Oh, Hell, you wouldn't understand it
"Giving him Hell," said Dante as he parcel-post-
ed the Purgatorio to the printer.
"This is 'Hell," remarked the printer, jabbing the
copy on the hook..
"I'm worried. My girl is running around with
that senior medic all the time."
"That's simple. Feed her an apple every day."
Iceman (rich barytone)-Want any ice t'day?
Cook (mezzo-soprano)-Naw, the baker just left.
a cake.
"They say Herman was very calm and collected
after his accident this morning."
"Yes, yes, quite calm-he's still being collected,
however."

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