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IAL NEWSPAPER OF TH{E
XE2RSITY OF MICHIGAN
SULMMER SESSION
:d every morning except Monda
e summer session.
of .the Associated Press, Th4 A:
ress is exclusively entitled to th
publication of all news dispatche
o it or not otherwise credited
and the local news published hen

Instruct their pupils in the art of -act-
igig, the adv ent to success of the stage,
~will be nmuch more prompt and prob-
able. Men and women of the highest
type will be urged to capitalize their
talents if they 'can but do so in a man-
aner that will not3 damage their per-
-sonal repute for the benefit of profes-1
he sional renown. Acting .would soon
ies elevated -to, the highest respect if the
~~training of actors were established as
M1a specialized field' of artistic educa-l
L ion.

red a t te postoflce,. AnAbr
an, as second class matter.
iription by carrier( or- mail, $ t. so.
es: Ann Arbor Press Building.
Lmnicatioiis," if signed as evidence of
faith~, will be published in, The Summer
at the discretion of the Editor. Un-
communications will receive no con
ion. The signature may be omitted in
tion~ if desired by the writer. TPhe
r Daily does not necessarily endorse
ntiments expressed in the communica-
EDITORIAL STAFF
Telephones 2414 and 176-M
MANAGING EDITOR-
HOWARD A. DONAHUE
.,iitor ........William Stoneman
Editors.. . ...... .Nathan Davis
Robert.GRamnsay.
Assistants
d Heidemann Ada Phelps
et Geddes Andrew L. Propper"
H~eraper Regina Reichman
iy Mitts Margaret Stuart
LMoran Lucy Tolhurst
Boyer Matilda Rosenfield
'BUSINESS STAFF
Telephone 96o
BUSINESS MANAGER
L. BEAUMONT PARKS
sing ..............Huel M. Rockwell
tion....... .D. L. Pierce'
ts....... ..A. S. Morton
tin..... ...John C. Biaskin
Assistants
th Bartholomew George Stracke
ine S. Griffiths John 'A,_l Barrett
TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1923

Editor-H. A.

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DONAHUE

DIVIDUAL EXCHANG[E,
COOP'ERATION
lvest iIn an order of IND-
EXCHAN(QE 'COOPERA-
A, the. first commandment 'of
r Taylor's inviolable econom-
as pomulated' for he ben-
semi-¢onsciouts sophomres.
the in fluence of this magnet-
cent not been carried 'in to-
te. other departments of the
y? There is something more
nowles behind it,
uaism, while it 'may not be
d into every course, is con-
and encouraged in ,most of
exchange is a matter duly
d In Its place, and adequately
PIperaton, on the other hand,
fundamental principle of the
order;. does not get its prop-
rtlon of attention'.
5choolsI have, orr are now, esv
g omhxuinory courses in the
rtals of cooperation 'as re-
the °particular curriculum
cl student is fpllowng.. Ag-
II sclools take up the s'bect
>standpoint, of the producer-
r relatlonahip. ,Economics
nts onsider the 'problem
,cagi,alst-laborvedpoint.
nalschpos look at the dilmud
ces .he elioo teacher as she
On 10V ' ission -of Instruction.
td not be imprctical to in-
course of this sort .lin every
ragempent. 'There are many
in organiation and An man-
but the. problem ,of coop-
Cs seldom ,treated separately.
the wide discrepancies whlcb
the unity of labor, of politlc
omtnlerce cold ~e averted if
ire oft g ine cooperation
erstood by those .who are d -
.e, world's affalzs today.
$PECT F()$ ACTORS
raftii'tte announcement that
"ls ihave been' newly rganiz-
he. training of operatic stars,
ord that the dramatic depart-
iolumbla UIniversity is to
a course In acting. The new-
lished fief iwill augent the
~clool of: Drta hih now
pduts courses in crtiism
4yw'tlng . Ths they will
etleal1ir the whole field of the
to theater.
the most engaging of all the
arts, has its heart establish-
>w York and with the'organ-
U such a school in 'is great
ftip ,;orld'is theaters, a tre-
ianue c ean be maide to ber
erica's future masters of the
stage. ,Tihe great prduers
eady mastered the. intricate
ies of stage-raft, the authors
eed great successes In their
;he critics have praised the
rthyr and hndermined the
i that now 'remains Is for
'oachieve is hghest su-

IA Detroit lady files divorce on the
ground that her husband, a radio fan,
'spent allhis money on .apparatus, and
refused to speak to rher for long in-
tervals. We hiave had just plain wid-
ows, grass-widows, golf widows, and
now comes the radio widow.'
Headline, "Policeman Hails Lightn-
fing as Cure for Rheumatism-a good
dose Is''probably an effective cure fr
all the other Ills that "fesh $s heir to."
Halfthel world is beginning to know
how the ,other half lives7' Hence the
gr"owth of 'the sensational newspapers
~YET~DAY
I By SMYTIE
W. Hughes Writs a-Letter
Sen.' Smith W. Blrookhart advcates
the recognition of Russia as a, -means
of- stabilizing conditions in Europe.
Now Secretary of State'Hughes in 'a
letter to Samuel Gompers, president
of the'American Federation -of; Iabor,
declares that-American recognition of
Soviet Russia is as yet far off. Hughes'
letter" is intended as an answer to
senator Brookhart and othermembers
of the radical bloc who are demanding
the recognition "of the soviet govern-
The most serious obstacle to recg-
nition, Mr. Hughes says, is the con-
elusive evidence that those in control
f Moscow have not given up their or-
ignal purpose of destroring existing
governments wherever they can do so
throughout the world."
It is not unlikely, ;howevrer, that
when the Moscow 'regime begins to
4evote more of the cash resources at
'lher disposal to the feeding of emp-
ty stomaches and. the improving of
internal conditions, the intensity of
their efforts to foment world-wide rev-
olution will be reduced. That's a long
sentence but it simply _ means that
when you have nothing, you do not
care about.property rights and the
protecton of the law, but once you
~buld uip something you will demand
protection -for your property. 'Con-
structive achievement will put ap. end
to the \spirt of destruction.
Work Invades ;Paradise
The islands of Ruimatara and Ruru-
t, in the Archipelago of Tusua, fl y-
ing the French tricolor, have been in-
vaded by tax collectors, ormerly
these islands,, if we are to believe re-
ports, knew not the meaning of work.
Dusky youths and maidens, under a
patriarchal "lrg and queen, gamboled
around in carefree idleness, played
plaintive oelodies on ukuleles and
watched the constllations fA the trop-
ical sky.
Now with the advent of tax col-
lectorj the natives are busy picking
cocoanuts. \It souns like the expu-
sion from Eden. Work will soon give
rise to 'ambition; and then comes jeal-
ousy, disappintment,'sorrow and oth-
er ills. But with work coms happi-
ness. Languorous idleness is; not'
pleasure, it gives. ho opportunity to
any extrenmes, of feeling. Our mom-
ents of, idleness seem delightful be-
cause of the contrast with the other
moments of 'work. The tax collector
invades ,a South Sea paradise and
brings both good and evil. n
Brothers By Bloodr
Enemiies of fraternal organizations
on the country's col1lege ' campuses
havesaid that the college fraternity
Is only a means for undermining the
youthi's character and destroying thle

influences which a college education
might wield. Little do they realize
the spirit of self-sacrifice that is stint-
ulated through organizations of this:
kind. Last week an Ohio State stu-
dent was taken deg'p'rately ill and
a blood transfusion was necessary im-
mediately.. A call was sent out to two
of the youth's fraternity brothers and
when the time for the operation ar-
rived, fourteen men presented them-
selves. Two were called. Fourteen
heard 'about it, and fourteen were
there.
Ball Game Postponed
The faculty baseball game at 'Fer-
ry field which was postponed yester-
.day on account of rain will be held at

EYES WORTH 2 L
Today's Lfree verse
In one of
My classes
The other day
The esteemed prof
Asked the fair
Maid
To give the
Principal, parts
Of "ride".-
She paused-
And said:
"We 'rode away,
It broke down;
I walked home."\
rhomy-O.
Name it and You. Can Hae It-
FOUND- A black purse, mottled
leather, with gold handles, containing
$4.69. One side in the purse was
scratched. It also contained a card
reading "Mag. Dailgy" and a hand-
ker chief. Lser may have same by
calling 62 -(Independent) identifying
the purse and paying for this ad.
-Ad in Marion (Ka s.),Weekly.
The Beauiul Be ui 1
One of the most beautiful and gorge-
ous sights that we have ever sem
staged 'in the delightful Star theater
the picturesque pageant staged given
last night by the sweet littl girls of
the Baptist guild..
-From the Arcadia, Tenn., Bugl.
Today's Winner of the GooseIfe~di
Prize to Collieb Comuis
A Londoner loking over a count ry
~estate was startled" by a pecia r
screeching noise.
'I say, old chap," he asked the
agent, "what' was that?"
"An owl'
"My wrd, my dear man, 'I lmow
that'-bit what was 'owling?"
A anonymous 'reader calls or at -1
tention' to the fack that in Funk and!
Wagnalls latest abridged dictiona r'
the word "flapper" is among other
things, defined as ", a young girl."
Very inclusive-but in its way, .very
very, good.
TAIIK.
"BROAD WAY"
SPEAKING
(By Lee J. llershbdorfer,
New Yory, July 23.-They came from
Indiana, and mother was - how i~
them the sights of the city, her birth.:
plac. On top of the Fifth avenue
'bus, whre they were riding, the
father and two daughters were tist-
ing their 'heads to right and let as
mother pointed' out the ineresting
poins.
"That's the e New York library on
your left, and on your right-I wonder
how much that 'woman paid for that
hat? It's gorgeous. "No, n your left,
Pa. I remember~ how tired I used to
get climbing those stairs. No, sis,
we had better not go in-there are
only books ;thousands and thousands
o them, to see.
"Those shops-ahead of you to the
right-weren't there when I lived in
the city. My, how New York is grow-
ing. I can hardly recogni;e t now.
"This is Cetrai Park, where the
zoo is. I've always been afraid. to
go in since' was about eight years
old,' when I went'to feed peanuts to
I1the monkey and the' nasty thing

scratched my little finger. Now I
can't bear the. sight of the ugly things
--isn't that~ dress -beautiful? I saw
one. like that in South Bend last week,
but, ,they wanted too mouch.
"Now we're on Riverside avenue.
Where' does it say 'Drive?' Oh,
yes, Riverside Drive, strange howe I've
forgotten, Itsn't it? That's t-he Hudson'
--see the ferryboats, sis? They take
you to Jersey and Hoboken. There's
Grant's tomb, Pa, the great general.
you know. Want to get off, and see it
--they don't charge any admissionj
price. All right. Conductor! Stop
the 'bus, plhase."
He was just a little lad, and the
tears coursing down his dirty, cheeks
and on to his torn blouse attracted
the attention 'or several passers-by
"Please buy my, last two papers.
My pa'll beat me up if I come home
without sellin' them all."
And 'in less than a minute he had
sold both papers, and received a
handful of change 'in addition, 'from'
those who did not purchase his waires.'
I passed his wvay about 415 minutces
later, and saw the little lad, fresh
tears 'in his eyes, i'naklng the same
plea to the small crowd which hiad'

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ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
East'e'n Standard Time
(Effective July TO, 1923)
Limited and Express Cars to Detroit
--6:o nm,7:00 a.m., 8:oo a.m., 9:05
ama11horyntl90 P..Limited Car's to Jackson-8:47: a.m.,
10:,}7a.., 12:-17 P.m., 2:47 P.M.., 4:47
f V.m., 6:47 p.m., 8:47 p.m..
Express Cars to Ja~ckson (Local stops
west of Ann Arbdor)-g :47 a.m. and
every two hours until 9 :47 p~m..
Local Cars to Detroit-7 :ooam.,
8:55 am. and every two hours' until
8:55 p.m., is :o0 p.m.' To 'Ypsilanti
:Aly'-'1:40 p, m., ii : i 5 a.m.
Locali Cars= to Jackson-7:So' a.m.
and(l.ti':cni12:I4 a~m.
( .,) act.in made at Ypsilanti: to
Saiine an at Wayne to Plymouth and

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