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FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1924

THE SUMMER MlCHIGAN DAILY PmAE PE

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Mussolini Losing Grasp

Brumm Belittles
University Hold1
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In a discussion of "Does the Uni-
versity Influence Public Opinion?",
Prof. Brumm of the rhetoric and
journalism department stated thatr
"the individual in the University or
a thinker anywhere is a source of op-
inion that finally becomes public, but i
is not a crusader leading the public a
causes." d
We commonly make the mistake of t
assuming public opinion to be spon- e
taneous, that we suddenly think alike I
for unknown reasons, whereas its
antecedents are hard to trace- An op- t

inion of constance always originates vents the University from being prom- Detroit, Ju
with individuals who have curiosity inent, because it can foster no pro- at $100,000 r
and the capacity to think, rather than gram, lead no crusade or commit destroyed an
with a group. These individual op- itself to no party. Its attitude is crit- a suburb, yes
inions are expressed and then spon- ical and disinterested, dealing with
scored by some small groups. It finds general principles, not with pecific Patronized
it way by word of mouth and he programs. "The students are tVere-
printed page until, as Professor fore likely to be sent forth conimitted a A
ilruinm said public opinion means to no particular cause, with no pre-- Pop. Mat. Tue
'that late stage of disseminated judg- scribed body of convictions, but with Nights 2
ment originated by individuals hre devotion to ideals and general prin- th Week
and there". ciples which is their responsibility to.
Naturally the University plays an apply to interests and causes." !nTe he
mportant part in this, as the schol- F rank McGI
irs and investigators are constantly Patronized Daily Advertisers. Abraham Linc
leriving new conclusions which make
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A characteristic portrait of Benito Mussolini

Paris, July 17.- Three years ago
Italy had a choice between Mussolini
and anarchy. Today Mussolini's iron
hand is shaky, and Italy no longer has
a choice; and anarchy remains.
Observers see Mussolini sitting on
a volcano. The volcano is the lawless
body which, while it did save Italy for
the moment, is the antithesis of civil-
ized methods of government. It is
known as Fascism. Its foundation is
force.
The volcano has given its warning.
The sombre rumble came forth with
the disappearance, and probable as-
sassination, of the wealthy Socialistic
Deputy Matteotti, on the even of his
expected exposure of corruption in the
Fascist ministry.
The Matteotti case has Italy's nerves
on edge.
Mussolini promptly expressed his in-
dignation at the deed, but hig expres-
sions were unconvincing in view of
previous statements such as this:
"There is nothing to discuss on the
subject of internal policy. That
which happens, happens by my pre-
cise and direct will, and by my ex-
plicit orders, for which I naturally as-
sume the full and personal responsi-
bility. And those who attempt to de-
fame Fascism abroad or undermine it

at home, should know that their deeds
imply the severest risks. The enemies
of the Fascist state need not be sur-
prised if I treat them sternly as such."
He made the statement a year ago.
Mussolini cannot leave his throne
on the volcano. He must wait to be
blown off. He is bound up with Fas-
cism, He cannot govern without the
Fascisti and their methods. He can-
not disband the irregular Fascist mil-
itia which up to the present have been
his personal army, without any form-
ally-expressed allegiance to the
crown. The militia won't let him.
He says he will bring his party back
to legality - and acknowledgement
that it has burst beyond those bounds.
But Europe is wondering if he is big
enough to do so, or if he unwillingly
will be projected on a crest of law-
lessness to greater power or to obliv-
ion.
More than one student of the situa-
tion believes the latter is what will
happen.
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THE MIRACLE BABY"
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Majestic-The Shepherd King";
"Hang On," an educational
comedy; Kinograms.
Orpheum-Harry Carey in "The
Miracle Baby"; Century com-
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Wuerth-James Kirkwood and
Doris Kenyon in "You Are
Guilty"; comedy; Pathe news.
Stage-This Week
Garrick (Detroit) - Bonstelle
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Health service will be extended
to all students of the University
Summer session. The Health
service is located at the corners
of Washtenaw and volland ave-
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and from 2 to 5 o'cl dk, Satur-
days and Sundays excepted. All
students who care to take ad-
vantage of it are given free med-
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Physicians are available at all
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