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:R SESSION
morning except Monday,
session.
sociated Press. The As-
cluively entitled to the
nof all news dispatches
tt otherwise credited in
ocal news published here-

ed at the postoffice, Ann Arbor;
n, as second class maitter.
iption by carrier or mail, $i.,o.
: Ann Arbor Press Bluilding.
tunications, if signed as evidence of
th, will be published in The Sumner
tthe discretion of the E;ditor. Un-
.cnnmuications will receive no con-
vIL The signature may be omuitted in
ion if desired by the writer. The
.Daily' does not necessarily endorse
:iments expressed in the communica.
EDITORIAL STAFF
T'elephones 2414 and 176-M
MANAGING EDITOR
110WARD A. DONAHUE~
tor ..............William Ston~eman
litors .......Edward J. Iliggins
Robert G~ Ramsay.
Is.............. Paul IL. Einstein
Assistants
H-eideman Theodore Lf. Chryst
Rosalie L' .Freuger.
Andrew 1;. Mropper
BUSINESS STAFF
S Telephone 96o
BUSINESS MANAGER
L.._ BEAUMONT PARIS
ing ...............Iliel M. Rockwell
'on........ ... L. Pierce'
...........A. S. M~orton
n..........John C. llaskin
Assistants
G~eorge Stracke
SUJNDAY, JULY 1, 1923
;ditor-HIiO ADA. 1DONAHiUE

YESTERDAY one of the summer
etudes met a professor whom he had
not seen since he graduated in 1912
and the coversation went like this:
Prof .Wel if it -Isn't my old stu-
dent Proktovitch. Ilow are you?,
Stine-Why how(10 you do Prof es-
sor Ganglidowski-and how are you
and Mrs. Ganglidowski getting along?
Pro.-Why: we-re-a-we get along
all right-why.
' Whereupon the stude, being
an alert. minded fellow, and seeing
his blunder ,t once, dived into an pen
manhole.
This column is proud to announce
that a prize of 5 (five) bushels of
Austrian kronen (paper money) will
be offered for the.Anglisized spelling
oif the Czech' SlaVak word "Psstyvbn-
strpyldwqas." The forms already sug-
gested by some of the most learned
linguists in the country are as fol
lows: "Pzctyvb," "Pzctyvbn," ..Pzcl y-
vbns" r and "Pzctyvbntrpyd w a s."
Other contributions will be annom-
ed later. (Note). All those who are
proud of their conutry and its ringu-
age should learn this word beau se
our language will be full of thm wen
the Administration lets down the im-
migration bars next . eptember.
Dear Talk: I have been reading all
about the "W.G.N. in tl e Chicao
Tribune and I Just found out today
what it ineas. "W.G ." -ien the
"World's Greatest Newspper," and
that's what the Tribune calls itself.
Don't you °think that is ra the chesty?
- JuralimSudnt.
Dear Journalism Stude: No, I do 't
think th~e Trib is giving -i *Lg
forehead. You notice that t'i-r .ail
themselves the "World's Grea test
-1ewsaper," not the "Wo.d's G~eat-
est NEWSpaper."
mieat1Biv gobs of ;1lin t
Dear Tia k-I am a studlent i~ th
SurLer session and I am ?b.jai t to
cxe ALilly fellow studnts in history
this summer is the lady wh) was nay
tejachr it halo school. Dont you think
Ot "t his is' unfair cornrtition?
ranve j .rul my brains i ni s liei
now for <a week and 1 'jaIi ulyell'
steadily , t ai cuing.
Yung '. F1. )F'Ih.
Dear Yung 7" Un'a i i Iorfit In in,'
acordi.: te ]radtreets' llvi...l C1-
mnr hl (nnary, is the ace of"c-
your throat let ine know and I will
investigate at once.
Dear Doctor Tank: I have over-
slept five eight O'clock~ classes this
week. What can, I do ' to cure this
malady? ,outlat Nit s
Dear utlait: Sink all the canoes
on the Huron, burn all the dance
halls, plough up the Boulevard, wreck
all the Fords, close -all the movies
and go to died early every night.

IEDITORIAL COMMENTI
YNO GREAT LOSS
(Detroit Free Press)
As an aftermath of the late unpleas-
antness at Amherst, a question has
been raised as to whether the se-
ions who refused to accept diplomuas
after Dr. Meiklejohns dismissal really
sacrificed anything. A balancing of
accounts seems to indicate *that on the
whole they wee gainers.
What-they gave up, was a square .of
parchment on which was recorded te
fact that they had completed certain
courses of studly and were entitled to
a degree which they could, if they
chose, attach to their names. They
also declined to takQ part in ceremon-
ics which would have made a pleasant
culmnination of their academic carees,
and it is not unlikely that they suffer-
edmore or less at the thought that
they had, perhaps,''disappointed ther
fond parents. That seems to sum ulp
the sacrifice.
They did not give up anything that
they had~ learned or any discipline in-
cident to their work. If they an-
not append an A.B. to their names
that is no great loss, since few of
th em would have done so if they ad
acquired the right; but they can say
to themselves and'on proper occasions
to others, that such sacrifics as they
made were in defense of a principle
that they believed too important and
right.,
LAMPS OPINION
Editor, The Summer Michigan Daily:
In a recent' editorial yu assertI
that "no attempnt is made to curb the
activities of these and other law
breakers;" "these" referring to the
two bootleggers referred to by you
Mhn "are regular callers at fraternit-
ies and rooming houses on the cam-
pus." You say that ths is an "open
business." It cannot be very open in
that it has not been called to the at-
tention of the sheriff, and the chief of
poice informs me that your editorial
is the first intimation he has had of
thfe industry of these two bootleggers.
Of course the bootleggers would not
solicit the officers, and unless some of
the persons solicited tell the officers,
the chance of getting evide~ce to stop
khis business is slight. If instead of
casting a slur on the officials you had
added to the last sentence of sour
editorial that "Co-operation on the
part of the student body as good An-
erican citizens" includes their ,inform-
ing. officers- of the law' of, violations
of t he prohibition .act, I would have
too fault to fid with it whatever.
The trouble is that most boys con-
sider it "squealing" to inform on a
bootlegger.,,; This should not be so.
They would not hesitate to inform on
a robber or a, murderer. When the
,student (and other people as well) can1
give this kind of "co-operation," the
Violation of the prohibition law will
be practically over here in Ann Arbor.
In view of your assertion' that n

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atempt is made to stop this busines,
it mightw interest you to know t ait
fifty-one persons have' been arrested
,aid practically all of them con r (tf (
during the present fiscal year. A lalrge
majority of these have been from Ainn
A jrbor.
Very truly yours,
A. C. PACK (ex-Sheniff 1.

Daningat Jim' Burke's Pavilion,
I.htmReake, Wednesday, Friday,
and Saturday nights.--Adv.
"Michigan's Favorite College Songs"
-Don't go home r~ithour. a copy.
Wahr's.-Adv.

VISIT historic
(cOR. CHICAGO AND MONROE PIKES)
GaW~kay to Irish Hills
CHICKEN DINNER :ETrC.

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DETROIT UNITED INErS
Ain Arbor and Jackson
T1IME TABLE
(E astern Standlard (lTime)'
Detroit Litnited and Express Cars-
5:oo a.m., 7 :oo a.i, ,Aoo am., 9:05
a.m. and hourly to 9:05 p).m.I
Jackson Express Cars (local stops
west of Inn AAbor)-9-g:47 am., and
Locals Cars East Bound-7 :oo aim
k and ever-y two hogrs' to 9 :oo pi.,
r r :oo P.. To Ypsilanti Only - it:4
p-n,, i5a..
To Sali-ret-Change at' Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-7 :50 a.m.,
12:10 p..
i To Jac~kson and Kalamazoo - Tin1-
itcd cats 8:47, 10:47 ami., 12:47, 2.47,
4*:47 P-m.
To Jackson and Lansing - Limited
at 8:47 p.m.
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_ CHIROPRACTOR.=s
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Hours-3:00 to 6:00 p. mn._
l Phone 40-J
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and lFriday-
during July and Augu st -
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wETK BEBINNINS M0130Y, JULY 9, THE "WIDOW" SHANNON'
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By SMYTHE

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M14en's 'Slliiking ' ind
London, scientists of inteNiation-
)te expounded the acievements
epresent aid prophesied the de-
Rents f" the future at the sem-
of the international 'air con-r
One plane has already, suc-
din cossing the ocean, and an-
'has achieved a non-stop- flight
e breadth of ths cuntry. Thfe
1has grown smaller. Distances
as Columbus, Magellan; or Sir
is .,Drake conquered no longer'
and today one hiar the worldi, m
to hkiow wlhat the other half is
almost before they have finished
" ft
Is doubtful, ;however, wether
hind of man .has grown more
ly and "liberal with his nereas-
tiies for understanding his
.bors.' Look through the current
Franceois at loggerheads with
zany, ;England and the United
sdo not seem to be able to 'conie
( understanding over the shi-
rules. Bulgaria, Hungary, an
as are upset by internal ds'~ute ;
J aninosity still .,holds swray,'
;apital and labor are as far from
al understanding as ever before.
t 'be that the mind of man is
ing, smaller' in accordance with
ssening of space. There is some
e for wars and quarrels .wen
do not know much~, about each
and' cannot:,understand' each
but that condition -% no longer
. 'Phllosgphize over that
urder is Safe :Business in TJ S."
a. newspaper headline. Figures
led by American insurance men
the murder Tate to be nine for
r100,000 population, but it is not
Cumber which alarms so much as
the- ease with, which murderers
ir to,,escape ,the law. Formerly
s, were for the most part ignor-
md brutal, while the police have
,dry supposedly been trained men.
y crooks are stils brutal but tho'
no lIonger ignorant. Crimes ani
l'etection of crime has become a
eof. brains. And very often the
s$ win.-. Intelligence, is a keen en
ions than knives or guns.
s ,anelenset Les 2lIodeneS"
e oald conflict between these two
ps is ni classic example of the
,gle which wil persist as long
hinking people continue to be
The plea made by Mr. Tiggert
the cold, matter of fact world,
l - maintain an interest in the
ics. is not the foolish notion of
evelopment of their inferiors. It
straightforward demand from a
1f of thinking, well-rounded in-
uals for the perpetuation of.
ic ideal . It is a demand for the
ival of learning, not for the re-
thereof. Learning is not dead
Ltwill tie unless the present gen-'
op with s its ultra-mnodernistic
mdce - hlds these ideas slightly

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Now, is he dtime to aim
your house )vith-
By YDELL P,,AINT
"The' Best Paint .Made" or use Diitch IIboy 'White Lead an

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Nickel's Arcade
SIU D ENTS' LUNCH"
409 EA~ST JEFFERSON ST.
HOME COOKING
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Pture inseed oil.

Gloss and Sof tone paints and. Alabas-

tine for, interior work.' Vaispar varnish and
stains, Liquid Granite "A" varnish.

Auto Accessories; Tires and; Tubes, Kamp Kook:
G!rids. and Picnic Sets ffor That Auto Trip

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Free Picnic Grounds' and"Parking Space
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WANTED TwAo younlg lad ies to
occupy broom with - a mahog-
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This is Harryv. During- the coldI snap
he has donned hsrakish top coatI
and he smnokes his pipe, to keep his,
hands wanm~w. He starnds agtainst on e
o=tatte pilla3's at the Arcade entrance
all afternoon looking,, for companion-
ship. Harry says the summer session
is aill wrong-thlerc aren't elinugh so-
cil 1funkshunls, and if it wasn't for
the fact that his father wanmts hlimi
to be a Bachelor of Arts hie would
withdraw and go to lEurope for th1
sninmer. Harry says- that he just as
soon have conne.ctions with the Arts
and have a stfudio down i the Fill tge,
but he's hanged if the old main can
keep him a Bachelor. Harry expects
to get his diploma in June 1926 or 27
--maybe.
Sweet sunmer breeze,
-Whispering treeze
Hay fever' wheeze
Cold makes Zme snleeze
Light hurts my ize,
How time time i:flyze
I can't study
I'm going ;to lied.--.Juin Bm g
iTA 1,1It.

~Baseball Game at 2:30 on Sunday and

Wednesday

Daily iExcursion to
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Way (Return Samie Day) Holidays
Leaves Detroit Daily 9 a. mn. (E. T.)

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The finest exclusive excursion steamer, the put-in-Bay, noted for
its large ballroom, makes this trip a imemorab le one. Orchestra and
dancing abard, without extra chairge. Cafeteria aboard.-
Four hours crarhmed with outdoor pleasures at 'ut-in-Bay-bathing- dancing-
groves for luniching aud. athletic fields. See the wonderful Caves, and Perry's
historic monuzment.
Connections at Put-in-Bay with steamers for Cleveland, Toledo and Lakeside.
Daily to Sandusky
The Put-in-Bay niakes the run through to Sandusky every day. Fare - $1.50
one way,
Special Friday Excursions to Cedar Point
A special excursion is made every Friday to Cedar Point-the fresh water rival
to Atlantic City-the finest bathinig beach in the world- large summer hotels,
groves, and all outdoor amusements. Four hours at Cedar Point aind seven
hours at Put-in'\BayI Leaving Cedar Point at 5 p. m. and Put-in-Bay at 7 p. m.;
arrive back in Detroit 10:30 p. ma. Fae-Cedar Point, $1.50 round trip; Put-in-

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Dancing Moonlights
Leaves Detroit 8:45 p. m,
Fare, Wed., Thurs. 60c. Sat.,'
Sun. andHolidays, 75e.

"ito for Map Folder
Ashley & Dustin
Steamer Line
Foot of First Street
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Clements Library Closed
The Clements Library will' be clos-
ed for a week to allow completion of
the building and installation of the
furnture. An announcement will be
made next, Thursday concerning the '

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