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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY ___________

ICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE
NIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
SUMMER SESSION
hed every morning except Monday
the University Summer Session by
ard in control of Student Publica-
Associated Press is exclusively en-
the use for republication of all news
ies credited to it or not otherwise
Iin this paper and the local news pub-
herein.
rd at the Ann Arbor, Michigan,
ce as second class matter.
cription by carrier, $i.so; by mail,
es: Press Building,. Maynard Street,
rbor, Michigan.
nunications, if signed as evidence of
ith, will berpublished in The Summer
t the discretion of the Editor. Un-
communications will receive no con-
on. The signature may be omitted in
ion if desired by the writer. The
r Daily does not necessarily endorse
timents expressed in the communica-
EDITORIAL STAFF
Telephone 4925
MANAGING 'EDITOR
NORMAN R. THAL
Editor.......... .Robert S. Mansfield
ditor............Manning Houseworth
an of the Editorial Board.........
.Frederick K. Sparrow, Jr.
's editor......... ... ion nMead
Kph Editor.,.......Leslie S. Bennetts
Editor...........Willard B. Crosby
Editor..........W. Calvin Patterson
Assistants
T. Barbour Marion Meye
DuBois - Catherine Miller
Finsterwald Robert E. Minnich
ine Lardner Kenneth B. Smith
Lehtiner ' Nance Solomon
E. Lehtiner Marion Welles
R. Marcuse Mary L. Zang
BUSINESS STAFF
Telephone 21214 -
BUSINESS MANAGER
JOHN W. CONLIN
ising..............Thomas Olmstead
ts........Charles Daugherty
tion............ ...Kermit K.'hKlein
tion ................Fr,'ank lcSchoenfeld

of the prison authorities, those men
were able to secure and keep the
guns, much less get in positions
where' they were able to use them.,
Too many difficulties are 'ecount-
ered now in the apprehension and
conviction of criminals, especially
those committing crimes of the na-
ture of those committeed by these es-
caped convicts, and the public has a
right to demand that when men of
this type pre finally sent to prison,
the utmost care be taken to see that
they serve the terms for which they
were sentenced. Our criminal system
is enough of a farce without having
convicts escape. m
(
Twenty-two men and 17 women
comprised the all "A" list: Propor-
tionally, the girls seem to be far
ahead, despite everything that has
been said about them coming to col-
lege to have good times.
President Coolidge broke all speed
records getting to his father's bed-
side. He has long since broken all
economy records.
What a big help to the dating pub-
lic the Summer Session Directorv
should be.

DASTED~k
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REDLL
SWEEP I
UP TIIE
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The Vacant Chair,
After lunch yesterday, nothing oc-
cu-piedour mind - nothing (count
'em). We walked down State street.
Turned, and walked back. Coming
back we saw a sign, in front of Lane
hall. Sez the sign: "There is a vac-
ant chair waiting for you at the....
(deleted for fear of releasing free
advertising)." The sign was illustra-
ted. We gazed at it curiously. At
last we. made it out-it was the vac-
ant chair. A moment's calm consid-
eration, despite the fact that we once
received a D in Logic, was sufficient
to show us the reason for the chair's
vacancy. To sit in the thing woigld
have required the combined agility
of a flea and an organ grinder's mon-
key. Sadly we sank to the cold stone
steps of Lane hall and burst into
heartrending sobs....
* * *

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9th Big Week sat.mat. *5c to $2.00
The Miracle Play of America
ANNE NICHOLS'
s e's Irish Rose"
SEE IT! You Will Eventually
Si~a IT'WHY NOT NOW!
SEATS NOW
For This and Next Week.
BONSTELLEMatGlendale 9792
EMatu.Tesday, Thursday
PLAYHOUSE and Saturday. 5oc-75c
woodward at Eliot. Eves, 75c-$1.oo
Downtown Ticket Office at Grinnell's.
SECOND WEEK
The Bonistelle Co.
in Louise M. Alcott's Famous Story
*F Little' Women"
Meg, Joe, Beth and Amy
Brought to Life on the Stage.

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TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1925
ht Editor-ROB'T. S. MANSFIELD
"FOR SERVICES RENDERED"'
'he report is now current that Sec-
ary of the Treasurer Mellon plans
resign from, his present post as
n as the new revenue bill is pass-
and that Rep. Theodore E. Burton,
Ohio, may succeed him.
t is understood that Mr. Mellon
been contemplating retirement
some time, since he is now seventy
rs old, and there could be no more
ing time for him to close his serv-
s to his government than after .the
sage of the bill which he is nov,
nsoring, especially if it, contains
wIdeas which Mr. Mellon advocates
§t strongly,-the reduction of sur-
es and th6 withdrawal of the fed-
J government from the inheritance
field. -
'hese features would meet with
at favor throughout the country,
3 Would undoubtedly do much to
nu late business: few men have
h " Wonderful opportunities for
ceful retirement, and a small per-
t of those who do have the op-
tunity are able to grasp it. Sec-
ry Mellon has done a great deal
secretary of the treasury. His
rk, like that of his boss, Calvin
>idge, has been of a silent, con-
active nature. In fact, it is large-
fue to Mellon's efforts that a, $3,-
,000,000 reduction in taxes became
n a remote possibility; and through
efforts, that reduction may even
ome $4,000,000,000, if recent re-
ts from Washington are to be ac-
ted.
kndrew William Mellon was a suc-
sful man in private life, as a
rant of his government he has
m. an invaluable asset during two
ninistrations. When he resigns, the
ion will lose the services of a
rthy financial expert, both in dom-
[c and foreign matters, and, more
n that, of one of the few really un-
dsh ien in governient service.
'he nation will be sorry to see
Mellon resign, but there, is little
bt but what the entire nation will
ee that he has earned the ,rest
t evey man should have with ad-
wed years.
1 FARCE-TO SAY THE LEAST
'our prisdners escaped Sunday af-
noon from the state branch prison
Marquette. Two of these men
re serving life terms for murder,
other two were serving terms of
years or more for armed rob-.
y. I
bove are the facts of the case, the
ite does not know who was re-
nslble, but responsibility must lie
newhere when .prisoners of this
racter are able to get possession
guns. Granted that the guns were
bably smuggled to them by friends
the outside, and that by the pos-
eion of those guns the lives of the
rds and of officials connected with
prison were placed in Jeopardy.
it Is hard to understand how],
hout some negligence on the part

EDITORIAL COMMENT
LIVELY 'OLD BOYS
(The New York' Times)' ,
The "commencement season" must
be nearly over. A "bumped" crop of
degrees has been harvested. Sheep-
skins rustle in every breeze. Fortu-3
nately or unortunately, the painstak-
ing inquirer can't answer the most
momentous question: Who of the il-
limitable procession of graduates is
the Oldest Living Graduate? The suc-
cession of brief tenants of this honor-
able post in each college is better!
worth watching than many dynastics
of noisier name. These are profes-
sors -of the art of viability. If, in the
end, they have to yield to the butual
doctrine that "Time stays, we go,"
they put up a pretty fight. To the best
of their ability, they are modest foi-
lowers of Methuselah, that doubtless
excellent patron saint of annuitants, I
a little under a cloud, it must be con-
fessed, since Mr. Shaw discovered
him. I
If we have to renounce him, sus-
pecting that he may have been an in-
comparable bore, perhaps even a
Struldbrug, the college worthies who
innocently guide us to a sufficiency of
years are none the less admirable.
Sometimes the elder brethren manage
to survive even in the bosom of the
Nourishing Mother, a bosom much
racked at present, when not only the
undergraduates but .specially gifted,
self-elected graduates show the col-
lege authorities how the shop should
be run. It is restful to think ot
Eliphalet Nott, President of Union for
sixty-two years. In the eighteenth
century Henry Flynt was a Fellow of
the Harvard Corporation for sixty-five
years. A brisk old boy was "Tutor
Flynt." An undergraduate who ac-
companied him on a journey from
Cambridge to Portsmouth in 1754,
when he was in his seventy-eighth
year, records his "nip of milk punch"
at Lynn. Just as the chaise cme "in
full view of Clark's Tavern," the old
Tutor, Fellow and Clerk of the Over-
seers was tumbled headlong out of the
chaise, nearly breaking his neck. He
was revived by "two or three bowls
of lemon punch made pretty sweet,"
which, as they "were pretty well
charged with good old spirit," made
him "very pleasant and sociable." '
If Rum was for the eighteenth,
Sport is for the twentieth century. We
quote from the latest report of the
Harvard class of 1862, which has nine
surviving members, the youngest of
whom, Mr. James Green, has just re-
ceived a degree, earned by study, from
the University of Paris:
Our oldest member, Barrett, our
chaplain, is in his eighty-eighth
year. Having exhausted theology,
scholarship and teaching during the
first seventy-five or eight yrcars of
his life, he is now, among oter
things, recognized as an expet
swimmer, almost realizing the class-
ication of an amphibious animal,
constantly inviting death by swiim-
ming long distances und'r water
and then suddenly rising to the
surface, thereby risking a shot from
some wandering spors'0an mistak-
ing him for a seal or a looni! He is
our Class subniarine.
A youngling of 84 hopes to complete
his book on "English Poetics" in two
or three years. Long may these husky
old hopefuls of Harvar' and every
other college work and disport! Much
may be done with those persons from
whom, of all horned critters, Mr.
Greeley prayed to be delivered-if
they only have time enough to get a
'little education.

Wise Cracks From a Broken Dish
"Intramural offices moved to Field
House" (news item in 0. 0. D.) Say,
who built that Field House, anyway?
Can this be 'wore stadium propagan-
da?
* S S
Dialogue, Tamamn and Olaf the
Great
Tamam: "Let's go fishing, eh,
boy"
Olaf: "I'll have to axe my Maw."
Tamam: "Wooden that hit her
kind of hard?"

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Ann Arbor

The summer school directory is out.
Now if you know the name you can,
find the numberl
And, incidentally, Ypsi opened its
doors for the summer yesterday. Buss-
es leave the Chamber of Commerce at
twenty minutes before the hour, and
may be stopped at the Michigan Un-
ion.-(adv.).
* .* * .
Daily Dissertition
Today's Topic: The Slavery of Free-
dom:
The issue of one of our more popu-
lar humor magazines for July 4 (for
sale on all news stands June 29)
calls itself the "Slaves Number."
jVMay we officially congratulate that
magazine on its splendid stand?
On the cover appears the Goddess
of Liberty, badly bent, labled "Just
a Gi-l that Men Forget." Splendid!
The aim of the magazine must be to
make reformers and similar buz-
zards feel like the baseball player in
the accompanying illustration, pro-
vided, of course, that rubles were
Lselling at one cent the hundred-
weight.

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If you new Susie
By. Cliff idwards
UkeleleLady
Blue'.Waltz
By Lee Morse
Take a Pete- Pan and-
the latest records by
Cliff Edwards and Lee
Morse-to help you
celebrate the 4th.
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One rhyme under a general cap-
tion of "Rhymes of a Censor" is tnis:
When a man stubs his toe
Or is hit by a bus,
He must first get a permit
Before he can Buss,
Alas, it is so, and the m9re we think
about this vaunted freedom of ours,
the more we think of moving to Afg-
hanistan. Not that Afghanistan is
very likely to be any freer, but it
couldn't be anyt less free, and might
possibly be better.
* * *
Story
Once upon a time little Petey Rab-
bit .started out- early in the morning,
hippity hopping over the green mead-
ows. Hippityhop went Petey, and
all the merry little breezes chuckled
to themselves thinking it very funny
that Petey should be skipping over
the green meadows for 'it must be said
that Petey was a lazy little fellow and
seldom exerted himself.
Bimeby, Petey met Kid Weasel, who
was a bad little weasel and some-
times-sometimes did not obey his
kind mama..
Kid Weasel wanted to play a trick
on Petey so he asked him, "Petey,
where are you going?"'
"Down to the big pool to watch
grandad Frogi-catch flies," said Petey
laughingly.
Kid weasel thereupon tried] to tie
a tin can to Petey's tail but the funny
thing was that, you all know, children
dear, rabbits don't have tais, so it
was impossible.
"Ha ha," laughed Petey merrily,
and away he tripped down to the pool
ko watch grandad Frog, which was
good fun, I assure you,
-Beezlebub.
* * *
If you have laughed at this you're
crazy. Tamam.

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