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UNSIGNE) 0031UNICATIONS
Communications have bee nre-
ceived in The Daily offices which
bear no signature. The atten-
tion of writers is called to the
paragraph in the editorial page
heading relative to communica-
tions. All letters to the editor
which are unsigned 'or which
bear only initials will not be
. printed.

Associated Press. The .s-
exclusively entitled to the
ion of all mews dispatches
not otherwise credited in
elocal news puiblished here-

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Today's Winner of the Gooseflesh
Prize to Collich Comics
Syr Ygnatz, on hys brydal daye,
Was nervous as culde he;
Today he'd wed the fayr Alyse,
A chyck fromme olde Dundee.

Text Books and Supplies for

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at the postoffice, Ann Arbor,
as second class matter.
tion by carrier or mail, $1.o0.
Ana Arbor Press Building.
ieations, if signed as evidence of
will be published in The Summer'
the discreion of the IEditor. Un-
rnmunications will receive no con-
'T seinaturtmay be omitted in
aif ""desired by the writer. The
)aily does not n cessariy endorse
ents expressed i the communica-
DITORIAL STAFF
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MA\NAGING EDITOR
HOWARD A. DONAJIUE
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NDAY, JULY 15, 192
itor-ROBRT G. RAMSAY
A STERD AY
By SMYTiE
Br'itain rem tbes
Britain, is worried and En-
n for another fine run of com-
armament building. Premier
has just proposed a great
n of British air-forces and the
program provides for even
expansion. The French gov-
has put into effect a two pow-
ard very much like the policy
ritain maintiined at sea be-
war. ,An1 the English do not
be enjoyinIg this taste of their
licine..
rench air budget has been in-
so that 'Ve sum available
to aboUt $60,000,600 and the'
army will have 200 ormore
Is of about 10 aeroplanes each
service in one- or two years.
ahassing thing to the British
if Britain began building an
against the French, the latter
,ke this as a threat and make
t of their start to keep ahead
rival.
ke is on those of us who be-
,t the late war, was a war to
,or a war to make the wrld
democracy. As time lends
)rspective, *;he status of the
orld war changes consider-
G ceases to be a. great war;
a war, and the fundamentals
national relations do not
have changed in the least.
audreds of years 'British sea
las commanded all the, seas
Fran e in Jeash, wthilethe
of a great army prevented
ch form any attempt to riv-
ritish navy. In the future it
pobable that sea power might
the air., Slps Will be' usd
is fuel stations for the great
es.
lconfidence in the future of

er does not seam to be mis-
rwenty-fiv'e soldiers and their
be carried in a single plane.
usand planes could land in
erritory all the force neces-
an immediate and 'over-
g attack. A hundred planes
pply an army no matter how
nay operate from its base.
r planes. equipped with bombs
rrorize the population behind
s, destroy munitions plants,
ehouses. There probably is
eapon used during the recen .
L will be effective in the next
armacy Catalogues Out
ete catalogues of the College
Bacy are now out of the press
'be obtained in the office of
etary 4nd, in the- College of

Ilyr forme was fyne, her face dyvyne,
But Ygnatz now culde see,
That whenne he tooke ye holy vowes,
Ne'er more wulde he be free.
No more ye gooe olde tymes and gaye,
No more ye drunks and stewes,
No more ye nyghte long wulde he laye,
All soused to drowne ye blues.
Thys t-oughte sent sent panyc to hys
Soule,
And filled hys brayn with stryfe.
For all his nyghtes he nowe must
spendle
At home with loving wyfe.

Ye colde sweate stoood upon
brows;
"Ths marriage ys ye bunk!"
He cursed and swore, and then
solv'd
To go on one more drunke.

hys
re-

He dranke a quart of Rock and Rye,
A quart of thys and that, he drank;
Untille he had- eighte gallons sent
Down to hys roomy tanke.
He staggered home, hys being gaye,
Hys head alle yn a whyrl; '
At three bells sharpe, he'd tayke to
wyfe,
All Englande's fayrest gyrl.
He called hys valet, Launcelot,
To gette hys armor brythe;
And wyth hys ryveting machyne,,
He donned it goode and tyghte.
'He whooped for joye, and slapped hys
guests,.
Each heartye on hys back,
Ant wyth hys club, ye bryde's olde
man,
He gayve an awful cracke.
He swung to ryghte, and 4'wung to left,
Ye guests yn terror fled.
Ye bryde and dad ran faste awaye.
(Ye olde man seeing redde).:
"Thys ys ye tyme that y'll rejoyce,
No mariage vdwes y'll take.
Andl he who mentions 'wfye' to me,
Hys heade yn twayn y'll brake!"
'Texas Scalper.
In the last analysis many wize and
brave men has been found to be
chicken-hearted, take for instance
marc anthony.

CAMPUS OPINION
GULLIBLE AMERICA ANM)
MILITARISTIC FRANCE
Editor, The Summer Michigan Daily:
Lately .The Daily has had consid-
erable in its columns about France
and her relation to Europe.One thing
we are apt to forget in our New World
gullibility is that European history is
madh up of one continuous struggle in
which each nation tries to get on todl
and stay there.
No on will contest the fact that
France has been ill used during the
late altercation, but after' all it is
simply a repayment for her treatment
of the Palantinate in 1689, and for
helping (with the able assistance of
the rest of the continent) to keep Eu-
rope in turmoil before and since.
France has been on tbp'of the heap so
much of the time since the' battle' of
Tours that she has come to consider
it' her right Her hitory proves her
to be incorrigibly imperialistic. If
there is one phras which reveals
French history it is this "Worship of
Glory." She has always enthsiastic-
ally followed the iman or party that
promised the most glory. Napoleon
the Great recognized 'this trait and
,played upon; it. In 1879 Napoleon III
promised glory and would have pro-.
vided it by hook' or crook had not
the -Prussians proved a little more
cunning than he. It is a historical
fact that Napoleon wanted ,war as
much as Bismarck. Had Napoleon
Kwon that war, the Great war would
have been fought to make the world
safe from power mad France.
The evidence seems to point out
that much of the French love for
America was due {to the fact that she
thought she had chained to herself a
nation with no ambitions in Europe
and with illimitable power and wealth
(and as illimitable gullibility) who
would assist her in the post war strug-
gle that she plainly sw was comin..
And now France is hhrt because
we refuse to pluck her chestnuts
from the fire and back her in her
struggle for the hegemony of Europe.
Ingratitude? No, It was the iinci nt
regime, not Republican France, that
helped us during'our Revolution. It
helped us simply and solely because
it- wanted to replace England at the
top of the heap. If there is any
gratitude owing it should come from
Republican France to us because the
debt of the Amercan war hastened
the French Revolution. The Directory
and the two Napoleons were all hos
tile to us. This "Lafayette, we are
here" stuff is bunk..If this be treason,
make the most of it.b
At present there is a sort of poetic
justice in the muc maligned ard
ridiculed United States holdng the'
balance of power. We have never
striven for it, yet now we find our-
selves occupying the top of the world
heap. If, as Mr. Russell says, Eu-
ropean civilization is doomed to de-
struction in any event, it makes little
difference whether it is throttled by
German 'militarism, French sensual-
ism sand militarism, or Amerian in-
dustrial mechanism.
If I have said more about France
than about Rusia and England it is
simply because she is now posing in
the role of injured innocence.: If she
had sprung full panoplied into exist-
ence in 1914 the treatment she receiv
ed from the Hun would be" utterly
without cause, but cosidering that for
centuries she has been most active in

sowing the seeds of imperialism, the
war is the inevitable consequence.
Since we have cooled off after the war
some of us are seeing things differ-
ently. We still recognize that Ger-
many precipitated the war and car-
ried it on barbarously, but we cannot
exempt the rest of Europe, especially
France, Russia, and Ent-land, from a
full share in its underlying causes
and some part of its immediate causes.
L. D. B.
The Rhur question i~s bound to end
soon if the French continue their ad-
vances. It will not be long before they
have passed far out of the Ruhr region
for they are stretching the limit al-
ready.

Look over tiie values in the classi-
fieds.-Adv.
Patroriz i' e b aily advci'tisers.

VISIT historic
(COR. CHICAGO AND MONRQE PIKES
Gyatelvay !o Irish llills
CHICKI'N DINNIR : ETC'

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DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR. TIME TABLE
(Effective July 10, 1923)
Limited nd Express Cars to Detroit
. -- a:ou .m, 7 :.oom., :oo n.o 9o
a.mn. and hourly until y:o pim.
Limited Cars to Jackson---:47 a.u.,
S:1 a.. 12:47 P.,, 2 :47 >.1m., 47:
p 7nt,6 A1.7: pm
E=:pre:-s. Cars to ackson (Local stops
wst of Ann sArbor)--v i: 7 11 a1
every tugo hou-rs until 9: 7 4hm1.
local Cars 'to Detroit - -7 :1o7,,
8: u a . aul every two hours ulltil
1 pin. 1a:oo l1. to Ypsilanti
11 ::luo4 1p.11., 1 :1; aim
3ocal Cars to Jackson;-7:;o Q.m1.
('nei~irfinou pmad at Ypsilanti to
11at 'an to Plymou h and
1,1 tin , e
Uhe
Farmers &Mcha Ics
--TWO OFFIZES-
101-105 S. Main St. 330 S. State St
I Nickel's Arcade

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ELECTROL
Electro-Cosne1
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" that requires only a small quantity
of -hot water an electric immersion
heater proves useful. Merely insert
the heater in glass, wash bowl or
other container. Little time is re-
quired for heating to desired temper-
ature.

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$ 7.2z5

Every bathroom needs one

WE WISH to announce
to the general public
that we aie I eeping open
this summer. We solicit,
your patronage.

he, Detroit Edison

Company

Main at Willam

Telephonie

TUTLE'S ROOM LUNCH
Maynard Street

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There are others, 01 course.
we gtess marc is sufficient, eh
Shean?

But
Mr.

All America is re-
ceiving and extend-
ing favors. So many
inquiries come. to us

1917

FORD TOURING,
1921 Eody - -

$7

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1921 FORD ROADSTER
Starter demountables, new pgint, new
tires pl around - - - -
1922 ROADSTER,
Starter and demountables

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A Low Built, Vurr' Funny Man
Hie was built for low comedy of
which he fur-nishes quite a lot of the
picture. He 's really vurr' funny-
this Mr. Nelson.
(MIae Tinee in the Ciceago Tribune.)
* S *
Miss Tinee, who we have heard is
not a lady at all, but a man, yessir a
real he-man writing this feminy rid-
die-do-doo about movie stars, is the
lady-man who bids you "good morn-
ing" on page 7 in the Trib every
morning, whether you, are in good
humor or not. Chicago has' had more
than one of these dual-sex -personal-
ities. Mae has a sense of humor also.
She, (or he as the case may be) made
up that name "Mae Tinee" out of the
word Matinee. Isn't that subtle.
Good morning!-\

1917 OAKLAND
TOURING -

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every day to

sug-

gest some~ token in-
dicating FAVORS
that we made a fly-
ing trip to Nework
City to see what
Fran6e had to 'say.,
See, our Perfume

HENRY S. PL ATT
Authorized Ford Sales and Service

316-20 E. Huron St.

Phone 727

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x Week Starting-r Nights M tc-50cee
TOMORROW RIK opular Matinees
Tues.,Thurs. and Sat.
(Moaday[ly "6)Wd hcn5nc
BAT TTh e "idow" Shannon 1

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Case for the

Back 'to, the Cows and Chickens
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answer

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Poor old Jess Willard, who *
just started West with a $00,- *
000 check which he will use in *
improving the fences on hiis,4*
ranch out in Kansas, has fought *
hs liast'battle. One o the Wing- *
siders at the fight wept when *
he saw Jessie getting groggy *
in the seventh--Poor Jess. *

G. Claude Drae's
DRUG AND PRESCRIPTION
STORE

THE
k J.CO M P A N Y
The Absorbing Three-Act Nelodrama
By SAMUEL SHIPPIAN
FIRST TIME IN DETROIT-PLAYED SEVEN
MONTHS AT THE REPUBLIC THEATRE, N. Y.
BRILLIANT COMEDY-SPARKLING SATIRE

PHONE 308

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"The' Quarry"

We, the column, ' have always be-1
lieved in the freedom of the press but
the reviewer who transformed the
"Passing of the Third Floor Back,"
into a burglar play by his, headline

he Passing of
,ck," should be

The Third Story
deprived of his ed-

Now that Lundin has been acquitted
there will be a ivacant column, on the
front page of the Tribune as a memor-
ial to the decision of the jury.

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WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY, JULY 23, "1

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