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EWSPAPER OF THE
Y OF MICHIGAN
ER SESSION
morning except Monday
r session.
Associated Press. The As-
exclusively entitled to the
on of all news dispatches
not otherwise credited in
local news published here-

at the postoffice, Ann Arbor,]
as second class matter.
*ion by carrier or mail, $t-so.
Ann Arbor Press Building.
iication3, if :signed as evidence of
, will be published in The Suntner
the djcre ion of thee ditor. Un-
nn13 ii loons -will receive no 'con-
The signature may be omitted in
n if desired by the writer. ' The
Daily does not necessarily endorse
ents expressed in the communica-
EDITORIAL STAFFf
elephlones 2414 and 76-M
MANAGING EDITOR
HOWARD A. DONAHUE
.r .. ..William Stoneman
tors . .. Nathan Davis
)obet G.Ramsa.
Assistants
[eidemann Ada Phelps
Geddes Andrew eI Propper
raer Regina Reichran
i4tts Mararet Stuart
oran Luy Tolhurst
yer Matilda Rosenfeld
BUSINESS STAFF
Telephone 96o - 3
BUSINESS MANAGFR
4. BREAU4ONT PARKS
SIHiel M. .Rockwell
n..... ..........D. L. Pierce
i ....A S. Morton
S........ ........John C. Haskin
Assistants
Bartholomew George Stracke
S. Griffiths : John A. Barrett1
JNDAY, JULY 22, 1923
Wdtor-NATHAN X. DAVIS
E CONCEITEI ANIAL
It is like love or hunger, it
all men. An aeroplane jimps
. continent between dawn and
ship as big as a small city
an Immense tract of water
eed and safety; a bell rings
ofce thousands of miles away
i clearly and distirictly; a dy-
oes th? work of a hunared
train "laden with the produc
tion rushes over the country
.teeming cities. Small won-
t man is conceited. Through:
iligence and inventive re-
and $ome of his creations are
h has uade many marvelous
lttl6,short of miradulous
for. example, the most intric-
duct of luman manufacture, a]
Ip. Hundreds of tons of stel
er material have been fabric-
;' a monster of unbelievable
ity. It has huge bulk and
eod, it is capable of combat-
a elements, and als vitals are
d by heavy armor. It is equip-
,h guns that resound like the
7 the Olympian aid deal
destruAotion, and it seems
aninate..
his marvel of human manu-
is after All a mere mechanism-
ed with the simplest of na-
blidren, it is simplicity itself.
or later this human made
will feach the end of its util-
nothing will bejleft of it but a
" dull, inanimate wreckage.
ren the smallest creatutes that
r swio.m fly possess the pow-
irocrea ion and can pass on
te and characteristics to their
t. There is a gulf between the
dp and t he insect that the
brain wi,11 never bridge.
tut' solloquy, the grea Ger-
at and philosopher, Goethe, ex-
the idea we have been trying

The English language'has over 400,-
000 words. The average educated per-
son has a vocabulary of about 2,500 it
is estimated, and there are many who
get along oi as few as 250. . Through
the popularity of nonsensical stock
phrases a great variety of good Eng.
lish expressions are withdrawn from
circulation.
It used to be "I should worry," or
"You tell 'm kid, I stutter," and now
it's "yes, we have no banauas." Stock
phrases make stock' minds.
YESTERDAY
By SMYTHE
i1e 11evil in hvleat
Sen. Smith W. Brookhart. Progres-
sive Republican, of Iowa, who has just
returned from abroad says that Pres-
idQnt Harding ought to come back
earlier than September to call con-
gress ,in special session to pass leg-
islation to help the farmers.
"If "we are to help the farmers at
all," says the senator, "congress must
take charge, through some government
agency, ofl the jmarketing of the big
crops that are coming. There should
be an appropriation by congress of
government funds to purchase if ne-
cessary, the staple crops of the en-
tire country and market them."
. Senator Brookhart is right-some-
thing must be done for the farmers.
Whether his plan'is good remains to
be seen, but the agricultural situation
cannot be left to the "lissez faire"
theory of economic settlement. If the
farmer suffers the whole country suf-
fers. Wheat is possessed of a strange
devil. It goes down when it ought to
go up. It is down a dollar a bushel;
below the average price of the last 15
years. In the meantime everything
the farmer buys has gone up 50 or 60
per cent. Quick action is the right
word, or elses everything else will be
possessed of the same strange devil
that is centering its attention on
wheat at present.
Someone tells . a story about two
frogs that fell into a tub of cream.
One frog drowned immediately, but
the other, a .more resolute specimen,
kept on jumj~ing until morning found
a live frog 'sitting upon a roll of
golden butter.

reviews, or whether Happenny and
Vogel are going to stick with the Chi-
cago clubs? The grass is practically
thick and downy in a little hollow
aoout 50 feet southwest of the gap
in the long bunker on the first hole.
These are grand evenings for a
stroll. No matter how hot it is in the
daytime, there is always a little
breeze rustling the grasses in the
rock gardens by the time the new,
moon as big as half of outdoors can be
seen reflected in the lily pond as it
pushes up over the top of the trees in
the forestry. You don't even want
to talk then-just walk, slowly and
perhaps hold hands.
Sluggards! To the books. SummerI
session is half over. But four scant{
weeks are left before you meet your,
finals and pack up your grip. The song3
of the robin and thrush, the soft hol-
low on the golf course, the vagran
breezes by the rock garden, these a'
not for you. Seek rather the blear,
hot lights and cast iron shelves o1
some seminar. There lies your duty.
For this is indeed an institution of
labor and learning, and these Jul;
nights the labor is all out of pro-
portion to the learning.

Text Books and Supplies for All Colleges

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DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
Eastern Standard Time
(Effective July 10, 1923)
Limited and Expre* Cars to Detroit
--6 :0 -a.n., 7 : o a.nm., 8: o a.m., 9:05
a.ri. and hourly uuntil 9 :os p.m.
Limited Cars to Jackson-8:47 a.m.,
30:47 aik, I1';47 P.M., 2:47 p.m., 4:47
p.,6:47 Pin0., 8:47 P.m.
Express Cars to Jackson (Local stops
west of AnnuArbor)--9 :47 a.m. and
every two_ hours until 9 :47 P.M.
Local Cars to Detroit-7 :oo a.m.,
8:55 a.mn: and every two hours until
8:55 p.m., s i :oo p.m. To Ypsilanti
0-1y-_- i:40 p. ., 1:15 a.m.
Local Cars to Jackson--7:5o a.m.
and thene 12 :10 oa.m.
Connection made at Ypsilanti to
Saline and at Wayne to Plymouth and
Northville.
I STUDENTS' LUNCH

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of Crane's Linen Lawn, Highland.
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Dear Tarik : To settle an argument
can you tell us any good way to tell
the difference between a prof and a
student? A. C. S.
A. C. S., dear inquirer, if there
were two persons In a lecture room
and one was asleep-wy the other
is the professor. Puffectly simpil!
*Ed.
"'Well," said the parrot after lis-
tening to Doc Lovell for a few min-
utes," at least no one* can make a
monkey out of m4."

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HOME COOKING

SALADS

- LUNCHES

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CUTTING CAFE
CORNER STATE AND MONROE STREETS
This is a sample of our Sunday dinners for 75 cents

HOUSE ENTERED
BY BURGLAR

CREAM OF TOMATO SOUP

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CHICK EN A LA KING

ROAST VEAL WITH JELLY . VIRGINIA BAKED AI

Congress is much in the same posi-
tion as the two unfortunate amphi-
ians. It must keep on jumping, try-
;ing some plan or other. It can't
sit back and let things run along. If
one plan won't work another will.
Villa and the Anibusli
Francisco Villa, Mexican rebel'chief-
fan, was killed in ambush yesterday,
morning. His career of crime has
disturbed the peace of two govern-
ments. In 1904, Villa became the lead-
er of a bandit gang and the whole
north of lexico was terror struck at
his name. Burned ranches, raided
towns, and the bodies of the dead
marked the track of the bandit crew
and its leader. His victims seldom
saw' his face. A shot in the back
from ambush was his method.
A shot in the back from ambus
is what took toll of the bandit yester-
day. Probably the man who did the
dee learned his art from Villa., Jus-
tice comes slowly-but it comes.
Sma ,pox in Politics
Senator Moses claims that the rad-
ical movement exemplified in the Min-
nesota election is spreading through
the west and northwest like smallpoy
and will undoubtedly produce a form-
idable third party. The outlook is
pessimistic thinks the senator. We'
doubt it. A third party and a demand
for reform is not necessarily a men-
ace. It will lead to an attempt t
remedy certain outstanding evils and
then subside. When people cry "Boo"
very loudly, they generally lose thei
-wind in a short time.
EDITORIAL COMMENT
JULY NIGHTS
(The Daily Illini)
There is a robin that trills in a
marvelous manner about 4 o'clock
every morning from a tree in front
of Natural History hall. There is r
thrush out in the forestry that puts
even the robin to shame, and does it
half an hour earlier. And in the or-
chard south of the golf course dwells
a catbird who can pass himself off for
either robin; or thrush.
Have you ever wandered down to
that golf course with two or three com-
panions in a like philosophic mood,;
and stretched out on your back be-
neath a million stars or so, while you

Dear Tarik: While I was in the
postoffice the other day a lady came
in and asked the man behind the
window to show her some nice red
two-cent stamps. He obligingly
brought forth a sheet containing 100
nice luscious U. S. stickers. After a
few moments of thoughtful consider-
ation the lady pointed to one stamp.
situated in the middle of the 'sheet,
with the remark: "I'll take'that one."
' ***aio.
Court Comedies
The over-dressed, frizzy -haired,
tighly painted accuser took the wit-
ness chair.'
"Yes, your honor," she rasped, cross-
Ing silk-clad knees and pointing ac-
cusingly at the defendaPt, "I was
walkin' down the street an' that big
hunka cheese up and says, 'Howdy,
Kid,' I demand that he be fined and
get his photo put in" the papers for
insultin' a lady."
The defendant pleaded guilty as
charged.
"There, see!" cri'ed the dashing
blonde.
"Well, Well," said the judge slow-
ly, "what do you know about that, he
actually spoke to you did he!"
Then he dismissed the case and
hummed to himself while the court
baliffs succeeded in getting Miss In-
jured Innocence to forget it and
CLEAR OUT!
Our Own Court Reporter.
He: Would you accept a pet monk-
ey?
She: Oh! This is so sudden!
Famous Proverbs
A girl in a cab is worth two in a
bus.
Class Episodes
In a class in rhetoric the other day,i
one of the fare students was asked
by the ,4prof wether "pants" was a
common noun or not.
Said fare stoodent pensived a mom-
ent an answred that it was a wery
uncommon noun.-
"Because," she answered brightly
"its singular at the top and plural at
the bottom.
They say the best thing to keep the
doctor away is an apple a day. Some
of our readers clame this does not
tern the trick.
. *.* *
We respeckfully suggest onions.
TARIK.,
MEN'S EDUCATIONAL CLUB
TO HOLD MEETING MONDAY
The meeting of the Men's Education-
al club will be held on Monday in-
stead of Tuesday this week. Indoor
baseball will be played at four o'-
clock. The faculty will play the sup-
erintendents and the principals will
play the teachers. At 5:30 o'clock the
club will have an outdoor dinner at

NEW WAX BEANS

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ICE CREAM

FRESH TOMATO SALAD
CHERRY SUNDAE
ANGEL FOOD .CAKE

PEACH PIE

PROPERT Y STOLEN
This is-a coummon heading in our
newspapers and will be increas-
ingy so as houses are left'n-
occupied while families are away
on their summer vacations. We
are the 'largest writers of Resi-
dence. Burglary and Theft In-
surance in the city and will be
pleased to quote you rates and
and advise you as to coverage.
BUTLER,
INSUR ANCE
2019 First Nat. Bk. Bldg.-Phone 401-M
Careful Fnishing
that Protects your
Negatives,

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START]ING TODAY
Puttngth. "U" in H~umIor
RAPID FIRE comedy in which Jack, on a
getV disguises as, a burglar. Then he
gets a real burglar to help him, and this starts a
series of screaming situations. A farce with real
romance and drama in it.-
Wa dnesda~y-CHILDREN of JAZZ"
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CELERY

ach!, Philosophie
and Medizin, -
auch Theologie
tudiert, mit heiszem'

Week Stuting
TOm6RROW
(Maday. July 23)

A R R i CK

Nights 25c-0c-$5c-$i
Popular Matinees
Tues., Thurs. and Sat.
2+5c-5ic

Bem-l

nun,,ich armer Tor!
lug als vie zuvor."

e know is but a thin film of
he ocean of knowledge. That
educe conceit by a notch or
PHRASES' MAKE STOCK
MINDS
ne it, somebody has gone to
d spoiled our whole day! We,
into a drug store and asked,'
ou any two cent stamps?" and
ing idiot across the counter
di, "Yes, we have no bananas."
inute anger made us speech-'
re wanted to go out and do
ig desperate -, ring a, fire
r kill a policeman, or some-
But we controlled ourselves
ne difficulty and walked out.
will people pick up some in-

We feel a real respon-
sibility for film left
with us for development.
Negatives cannot be re
placed, and there are
often several exposures in
each roll that are inval-
uable to the owner. Care-
ful methods and scientific
formulae bring results
that justify your entrust-
ing your films to our
finishing department.
O f c o urse w~e ar e
equipped for enlarging-
]et us show you some
samples of our work,
Kodak Film in all sizes
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