100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

July 08, 1923 - Image 2

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1923-07-08

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

ii

31.

OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE-
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
SUMMER SESSION
iblished Every morning except Monday
rg tihe sumffer session.-.
ember of the Associated Press. The As-
Ated Press is exclusively entitled to the
for republication of all news dispatches
ited to t or not otherwise credited in
.ppr and the local news pubised here
tered at the postoffice, Ann Arbor,
higan, astsecond class matter.'
bsripton by carrier or mail, $1.50.
tSces: Ann Arbor Press Building.
onunications, if signed as evidence of
f faith., will be published in The Summer
ly at the discretion of the Editor. Un
ed txommunications will receive no con-
'tions iThe signature may be omitted in
icotion if desired by the writer. The
nAe D)aily oes not 'necessarily endorse
sentiments expressed in th communica-
EDITORIAL STAFF
Telephones 2414 and 176-M
MANAGING EDITOR
10WARD A. DONAHUE ,
Editor..............William Stoneman
Editors .. ..Edward J. Higgins
Robert G Ramsay.
.en's Editor..........Rosalie L. Frenger
rials ................Paul I. Einstein
Assistants
'n Davis Ada Phelps
aret Geddes Andrew . INopper
.. Heramer Regina Reichan
thy Mitts Margaret Stuart
as, Moran cy 'olhurst
BUSINESS STAFF
Telephone 96o
BUSINESS MANAGR
1,.BEAUMONT PARKS
rtising...............Hiel M Rockwell
icaion......... .....D. L. iere,
unts .... .............A. . Morton
lation.................John C. Haskin
Assistants-
beth Bartholoiew Helen Firestone
George Stracke
SUNDAY, JULY 8, 1923
t Editor-HOWARD A. DONAHUE
A DYING FIRE
(Continued from Page One)
hed under the lash of the French
:-master and the uppercass is re-
ed from their superior position,
citizens of France may expect to
e social, economic, and political
meracy running at large in their
'hbor's yard for many years.
VES DTERDA
By SMYTHE
The Sob Sistels
ever Before in newspaper history
e the "sob sisters" had such an ex-
ont opportunity to spread their
ous tears over the pages of the
is. It Is a poor day for the editor
hie daily newspaper when at least
heart-rending immigration story
l not come from Ellis island, and
y one of these pathetic stories of
r and misjudged immigrants are
>wed by a deluge of indignant let-
from well-meaning citizens which
the mail bag of the ommissioner
eral of Immigration unto over-
lg.'
he Joke of the whole thing is that
of these immigrant stories are
Ly-colored, the facts garbled and
gerated, and in many cases they
absolutely wifhout foundation.
e immigration department at El-
island is on the whole handling
ifficult and distressing job with
[enc and fairness. Pathetic and
- often. absurd situations are bound
eur' but there is every evidence
hlw that the department is exer-
ig justice and common sense in
lecisions. The department of im-
ration did not make the law and

as a hard time enforcing it. But
number of people who respond to
sob stories with indignant let-
reveals the fact that there are a
t, many who have not yet learned
ake their daily news with a grain
alt.
Mr. Taft Speaks
hief Justice William Howard Taft
nes the prohibition law for the
e of lawlessness which has swept
r the United States for the last
years. We cannot see why de-
Ing a crook of his drink should
ice him to run amuck; itseems
e probable that the wave of law-
ness is a- reaction to the personal
raint and military discipline of
war. Some of the blame, however,
be laid to the door of prohibition
fuse it has caused a marked dis-
ect for all la~y and has induced in-
gent and well-meaning people to
,rd violations with levity.
Habit
te report that William Jennings7
in will run for the presidency in
was denied by his brother, Gov.
rles W. Bryan, of Nebraska. It;
more than a few years for Mr.
in to get out of the habit of en-

same number of years for the public
to quit the habit of searching the ring
for Mr. ldyan's shiny plug hat.
A district court of Montana mades
a decision that congress cannot reg-
ulate the amount of liquor prescribed,
by physicians for illness. That seems
reasonable enough, since there is noth-
ing more variable than individual ca-
pacities.
Most cities have a hard time fig-
uring out their profits on a champion-
ship fistic battle. Shelby, being a
town, is having a job figuring whether
there's a chane to come out on the
right side of the line,
We wonder just what that crowd
of 7,500 from 0. 0 . U. think they're
coming up here to see next fall. They
may be wondering themselves-.
The bombing of the Belgian troop
train in the Ruhr was one of those
unfortunate occurrences incident to a
debt collector's visit.
JlHadlines: "Eight flour Day To Be
Here Soon, Gary Announces." Boy
page Mr. Joshua!
On AL L (0

uncovered, and the people complain-
ed of have been notified to discontinue
yodelling after three in the morning.
Ed.
Today's Free Vense
(nee Vers Gratis)
When I was younger
Than I am
Now.
I used to
Play on the piano.
I don't do 'it
Anymore.
I used to play on
The piano, but I -
Fell off and bumped.
My hed once.
I don't do it
Anymore. E. C. M.
Roughly speakin', this has been a
good day, as Jack Dempsey was heard
to say recently.
TARIK.
EDITORIAL COMMENT
SA Ii W T'. E N D THE L1 lA IK
(New York Times)
Had not the Leviathan been recently
so much in the public eye, little at-

Text Books and Supplies for All Colleges
GRAHAM'S Both Ends of the Diagonal

I

..7 'slt~sr:.x;om. .

be made useless as a transport. This
was attempted with varying success
on other vessels. Why should it be
thought that the Leviathan escaped?

SUPERFLUOUS
FACIAL HAIRS
Removed ermanently by
ItLEC IROLYSiS
Electro-Cosmetic Ser vice
221 Nickel's Arcade

STUDENTS' LUNCII
409 EAST JEFFERSON ST. 1

DETROIT UNITED LINES
An Arbor and Jackon
TIME TABLE
Detroit Limited a-d Express Cars-
:ooa n.m., 7:o n. 0 an, 9015
a. n . nd A hourly.'1to o 5 '. u
Jackson Express Cars (lo(al stops
west of Ann Arbor)--o:17 a u... .::C
every two hours to 9:47 ,.m
Local Cars East Bound- 7 :oo a.m.
and every two Iho" to o 1
i :oo p.. To Ypsilanti only -1:q0
p n, i :15 a.m,
To Saliin--Change at Ypsilant.
Local Cars Wet Bound- -7:50 a.m.
12:10 P.
To Jackson and Kalamazoo - Uim
iced cars 8:,17, 10:7 a. 17, 2.47,
4:q : p.m.
To Jackson and Lansing -- I,imitcd
at 8:47 P~m.

VISIT h istor ic
(COR. CHICAGO AND MONROE PIKES)
Gaevay to Irish Dills
CHICKFN DINNER : :: ETC.

HOME COOKING

I i

SALADS

LUNCHES

-

1
i
.

OF DEST 7AKES
BOUGHT, SOLD, RENT ED, EXCHANGED,
CLEANED AND REPAIRED.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade The Typewriter and Stationery Store
Dealer: L. C. Smith.and Corona Typewriters

I

L tEfntion would be paid to the dispute
.w rht.h(T the Cerrans purposely dam-
( WIV D aged her machinery before the United
States seized her at the outbreak of
the war. When the reports of such
sabtoage were first published, in 1917,
who ill lie down," them famus it was stated that her injuries were
words! lighter than those of most of the other
German ships. It was also admitted
Dear Tarik: A friend of mine went that her machinery had badly deterio-
over to Europe recently and the fol- rated from poor care and long disuse.
Iowing is a portion of one of his let- It is well established that the Ger-
ters which I thought might be of in- mans sought to disable their ships in
terest to your readers. our ports when the war broke out.
"While in Venice my wife , and The reports of the naval officers who
daughter left me standing in one of examined the Leviathan stated that
the arados, saying they would be back she had been ill treated. In the cold
shortly. Well, they were gone exactly light of the after-war it is easy to see
2 3-4 hours. I stood there so long that the Germans were simply display
people thought I was a guide and ing ordinary military prudence in at-
same up to ask .information. When tempting to render their ships useless.
my wife and daughter got back at Despite the fact that they did not
five o'clock, we were not on speaking expect at the time that we either
terms." F. H. E. could or would raise troops enough
to prevent a German victory, wise
Dear Doctor Tarik -The other day strategy demanded that the United
while negociating the diagonal I came States be deprived of the potential
across a frail r friend of mine who use of the German feet for transport
seemed tombe laboring under an unus- purposes.
rally heavy layer of face plaster. I So far as concerns the Leviathan,
asked her why the wherefore and the undisputed fact is that when the
then she, told te she had just been American navy took her over parts of
taking a make-up examination. I her machinery were in such bad con-
see. INLAIT MORNS. dition that it took months to refit her.
* * * The blades of the turbine engines in
Square Peal Gis SpeakIn' particular, had been so badly damaged
I calculate as you've all heerd tell as to be practically useless. The dis-
bout my travels in the Arctic reguns, puted point is, How much of this, was
where it was so cold thet when I lit deliberate sabotage? One of the naval
u, candle the fiamie fxoze and we ate officers who examined her at the time
it for a strawberry. Wy, we lit a believes that much of it was willfully
it ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ oe fo tabry y elta~Secretary Daniels, basing his
fire an' the smoke 'had barely got out .
of the chimney when it froze solid on the department's re-
A kell the e f Tf ports, made a similar statement, and

WE WISH to announce
to the general public
that we are ke ping open
this a ummer. We solicit
your patronage.
TUTTLES' LUNCH ROOM
Maynard Street
Farmers & Mechanics
Bank
-TWO OFFICES-
l01-105 5. Main St. 330 S. State st
Nickel's Arcade
-

I

llllill llll~lill i 1l li 1i 11F Uil |t 1 |11|!1 11111"1itl l if 1 | 11111 11 01 fill
- -
WHLTundrers, Cleaners
= ONE DAY SERVICE ON REQUEST
i PHONE 165
J --
I:;, 1 11111 i11i1111111111 lItla [ ttIf11I11111 1111t1 11 a

BATI I

CAPS

TENNIS SUPPLIES
Ra'Cets Our Line is Compl
RESTRINGIN
24 HOUR $ERV
fBathing Suits ,
and Supp

lete

G

I

ICE

Un n Q ol( OGa1Zn" JrU e r o-0. 11
You hain't heerd awl about it, you
shore have missed a shoeful.
Comin' back to America I'll relayt
to yuh iny experientses there. Ao look
at me you wouldn't think I was worth
a million dollars, now would yuh?I
Well, I hain't. Now would you everJ
think I hav been in love. Well I was.
I was in love with a large corn-fede
variety, punishing the scales at 400
odd lbs., named Ortense Mulligan.t
Wall she shore was jest about the
doggonedest big thing I ever did see
on hoofs. Thet is, on her own hoofs,
thank goodness she iaever got on
'mine.
I was taking her to a show one day
when the conductor hollers out point-
ing at her, "Is this party with you?"
An' I says, says I, "That hain't no
party, that's a doggone excursion."
Then a thin littul fellow pipes up to
say they ought to charge passengers
accordin' to weight. Wall Ortense guv
him a rite mean look and says, "An' if
they' did, they woodent stop for you!"
I really shouldn't be joking abqut
Ortense, we tuk her to the hospital
last night. Appendicitus. The -doc
said he didn't know whether to oper-
ate or blast! W. 1. T.
The question now iz, is the IBlanice
of power in Europe a Balance or a
Scales? 1

though he added that she suffered
much from neglect. The engineers of
one of the private electrical companies
who helped in the repair work, how-
ever, hold to the theory that the
damage was altogether the result of
inefficiency on the part of the ship's
German engineers.
The real wonder is not that, the
Germans did but little damage to the
Leviathan, but rather that they did
not "go the whole hog" and cripple
her permanently. It pay have been
that they feared that she was suffi
that they figured that she was suffi-
ciently damaged as it was. It is also
possible that the story current at the.
time may be true, to the effect that
her captain disobeyed his orders be-
cause of his fondness for her. This is
strangely at variance with most of the
accounts of the manner in which Ger-
man naval officers carried out their
instructions. German policy at the
tivie clearly demanded that the ship

I

dies

Special Surprise.

11

II

I

711 N. UNIVERSITY AVE.-NEXT TO ARCADE THEATRE

We are surprised our-
selves, and we are
sure you Will
be

III

ra1
h.

Tr

Metal Base Lamps
for Desk Use

i
.

AT T HE T-11EATERS

15C
each
while they last, at

Beau tifully finshed

I

T HESE lamps wit metal shades
and bases are especially suited
for use on student desks. Unusually
attractive, yet sturdily constructed.
Throw the light exactly where desired.
Surprisingly modest in price.

Screen-Today

There was a great Swell in
Whose Name on a Tuesday
It Lasted through Sunday
Till twilite on Monday
An' sounded like stones in
G.

Japan'
began,
a Can.
it. S.

Majestic - Booth Tarkington's
"Panrod and Sam."
Orpheum- Able Glace's "I Ac-
cuse;" Charles Murray in
"The Love Riot."
Wuerth-Mary Alden and Dor-
othy MacKail in "A Woman's
Woman."

$3.25

Others at $2.50 to $4

Dear Tarik: You will remember,
nodoubtedly, that forty-one (41) co-
eds announced their engagements at
the Union about a week ago. Since
that time I have been keeping track
and oney -40 men have owned up to
being the accomplices. Who is renig-
ging? I ask that a investigation be
made. The Parallel Gentleman.

G Claude Drake's
DRUG AND PRESCRIPTION
STORK

The Detroit Edison
Company

Stage--This Week

PHONE 308

i
i
i
i
i,
i

plain at William

Telephone 2300

"Te Quarry~

r dear P. G.: It is only a

atter
le is

Garrick (Detroit)-The "Wodow"
Shannon.

F-

mp

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan