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WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1923
ight Editor-NATHAN M. DAVIS
(Continued from Page One)
tifiable and necessary for no safer'
>spects for a secure future could'be
ured than the assurance of our
itinued friendship with a great
Phe American people must remem-
r that the press is relieved of war
iditions ;of censorship and that op-
on in any legitimate publication
ist be respected even though it is
t in keeping with individual views.
FORD WILL RUN I am not a professor nor am I a
S.AYS BUGLE Frenchman. I am a German and I
am just as proud of it as Professor
FORTUNE NOCKS but once. Rovillain is of his French parentage.
** -I am convinced that in his communi-
After that he sends his daughter- I cation printed yesterday in your pa-
Miss Fortune. per he intended to convey a general
Dear Tarik: Wish to complain to condemnation of Germany. It seems
you of the dullness of the knives giv- that enough of that. sort of thing has
en customers in the restaurants I been done. The war placed a ban
frequent, names and -. upon everything German--a ban which
A Reader, has not been raised except in theory.
.* * * The name German is still linked with
Reader: The restaurants in point "atrocities" and "militarism" by the
have been questioned and claim that people of all of the former Allied na-
they do not sharpen knives for fear tions. =German scientists 'do not re-
customers would cut their mouths. ceive the attention that they receiveil
According to the parenthetical allu- before the war and a German lecturer
sions in section 484D of rule 56, of the in this country is unheard of.
state code referring to restaurants On the other hand the English and
(243) this is just and legal. French are receiving ovations from
Column Law Dept. the United States. English lecturers
* *and authors are invited here and
Man and the Huron Erench war lords become heroes when
A good deal of evidence 'might be they arrive in New York.
adduced insupport of the prI notice that the Summer session
tMaen owsuort othe roton Ilecture announcement states that
\tha Ma ows mch o te Hronthere will be public lectures given ill
River. For many it has flavored hours French an&Spanish, but there is noth-
of truancy and enriched hours of ro- ing said concerning a lecture in Ger-
iYiO1I'.r. Vithiin d bt tho ict man
Text Books and Supplies for All Colleges
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ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE
Eastern Standard Time
(Effective July 1a, 1923)
Limited and Express Cars to Detroit
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Limited Cars to Jackson-8 :47 a.m,,
10:47 a.m., 12:47 P.m., 2:47 p.m., 4:47
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Express Cars to Jackson (Local stops
west of Ann Arbor)-9 :47 aim and
every two hours until 9 :47 p-1m.
Local Cars tovDetroit-7 :o am,
$ :55 a.in. and every two hours. until
8:5, p.m., xI:oo p.m. To Ypsilanti
O.;ly- rir:4 o PAL, 1:1.5 am.
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and. then 12:10 'a~m.
Connection made" at Ypsilanti to I
Saline and at Wayne to Plymouth and
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We make up hair goods
Pomps, Side Waves, Curls
Bring in your combings or
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25i - tf
t irregular intervals campus pub-
tions are accused of "taking sides"
ne .issue or another'by casual read-
who apparently believe that an ed-
ial sho'uld contain explanatory''
ter but not conviction.
rgunentation and conviction are
'rent qualities of editorial matter
University publications do 'not
:e any exceptions to this rule in
r columns. The publications do
use the planks of any national or
rnational program as .paving
ks for their own editorial high-
-they stay clear of propaganda.
does-'the University dabble in oth-
>eoples 'policies. Such methods
ld be' inconsistent in a democratic
itution. But opinion is the same
world over and the editorial writ-
nust express his convictions-he
t take sides-if his work is to be
All in the Game
side from his official salary of $75,-
the President of the United States
ives courtesies of a thousand dif-
nt sorts, gifts from this admirer
that aspirer, and more. When on
ip similar to that which President
ding is now making- through the
t and Aliaska, our chief executives
only have their every official word
act recorded copiously in every
er throughout the country, 'but
r little private chats and visits,
r naps and cat-naps are the sub-
of many inches of journalistic
o one begrudges space in the col-
is of a daily to the consequential
of the highest man in the nation,
to read line upon line of meaning-
narrative written"just because he
President not only aggravates the
der but- prejudices him against all~
ies- about the executive. It is
tifying to see that one big metro-
tan daily, the New York Times,,,had,
courage to put Mr. Harding's "day
resting and lounging" Where it be-
ged, in tbhe bottom corner of an in-
etroit certainly is becoming (if it
ot already) most extravagant the
iot already) the most extravagant
in the world." "Spitoons" for
>ol children are an example.
[t's getting hotter down on State
nmance. W rouz -a1D Wuere is more
than one Michigan man who has the
Huron to thank for success in wooing'
the lady of his choice. There are num-
bers who have it to thank for flunked
courses and botched blue books.
But is there, not something to be
said in support of the proposition that
the Huron owes somewhat to Man?
Think, for a moment, of the stream
as it is below the dam, especially in
those parts where its vitality is sap-
ped by industry, as compared to the
river as it is above the man-made
barrier of masonry. It is hard to
realize that the anaemic, spent stream
that trickles under the bridge by the
railway-station is of a piece with
the sparkling, full-blooded water be-
fore its pride is humbled by a fall.
Beyond the dam it is a quite worth
while body of water. The sunlight
shimmers on a generous expanse of
lively little wives. The bed is wider.
It appears much deeper. Up here our
Huron has power to stimulate both
the blood and the imagination. UpI
there one seems to see the swaying
bodies and flashing oar-blades of un-
iversity crews in competition. One
h1ars the roar of cheering from the
trains of spectators on the Michigan
Central right-of-way, as the Maize'
and Blue shell noses first the finish1
line. Up there fish leap, and crimson
winged blackbirds nest in colonies;
and dust-stained Gentlemen of the
Road perform their morning ablutions,
secure from the spyingl eyes of the
custodians of municipal dignity. Up
there only the hardier canoe-lovers'
penetrate, and the high-heeled satin
'slipper almost never. The river there
has self-respect, and vaunts itself a
Altogether, we are glad that Man
made the dam, for the dam has given
an interval of character and verve. to
an otherwise brow-beaten stream.
Today's Free Verse
No sounds issued
From the parlor;
It was dark and
The door was
Her father called
From the stairs;
He strode angrily
To the door,
And switched on
There was no one
SPEAKIN' 'OF the coming fight
twixit Jess Willard and Louis Firpo,
we say, that if Jess can nock a man
out, in a .foreign language he is qual-
ified to get a chance to nock out any
guy what he can understand and ap-
proach on a common ground.
Todays Song Hit.
"TILL WE MEET AGAIN," by TOM-
I do not believe that the professor
need worry about the Germanization
of the United States. ' The war for
demoncracy assured the prevention of
such a state of affairs.
FOR NO PARTICULAR CANDIDATE
(New York Times)
Having seen the statement repeat-
ed that he was supporting Mr Mc-
Adoo for the Presidency, Mr. William
J. Bryan gives it an en}phatic denial.
He hopes to go as' a delegate to the
Democratic National convention next
year, but not to work for "any par-
'ticular candidate." Surely this was
superfluous. In the Presidential y'as
when Mr. Bryan himself was not a
candidate his position has always been
"agin" the men most prominently
mentioned. To-kill them off, with his
unerring instinct for the jugular vein,
has been his endeavor and sometimes
his achievement. Tiue, he has occa-
sionally come forward with ostenta-
tious endorsement of -some man wildly
impossible. In his off years the coun-
try has been introduced to some of
his wonderful discoveries of mute ,in-
glorious Presidents, such as Jethro
W. Smith of North Carolina, or Peleg
Z. Jones of Oklahoma. But this little
byplay was only a part of the Bryan
game to throw the convention into,
confusion, and perhaps in the end
lead it to call again upon Old True-
It was wholly needless for Mr.
Bryan to declare that he would be
against any candidate who promised
to start off at the convention with a
large number of delegates. His char-
acteristic and persistent attitude is
that of the man who was forever op-
posing the nominees, whether of his
own party or of the other, and whose
little daughter explained to a wonder-
ing visitor, "You see, father doesn't
want anybody to be elected." It is
probable that in his heaft Mr. Bryan
does not want any Democrat to be
nominated who can be elected, but
still somebody has got to be. The
convention has had due notice from
Mr. Bryan, though it was. unneces-
sary. It will have to do, its work,
whatever it is,' in the face of Mr.
HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS AND
See the display of elementary,
High' School and College text
books ondisplay on the first
floor of Tappan HaIl.
Miss Florence Storm, '23, is
in charge of the display.
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Jack and Jill went up the hill
To spend a shiny new dime.
Said Jack, "Let's buy gum,"
Said Jill, "Don't be so dumb,
It's Connor's Ice Cream for mine.
HE COLORS in our
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under the hot rays of
the sun nor will they
"run" during a heavy
rainstorm. They are
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elements. They are re-
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No wonder there are so many
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folks. Connor's Ice Cream has that
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Moth es should encour-
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of quality and purity.
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