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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JULY 15, 1928

X 4r e ium vr supported by the Republican party
are popular enough to be elected with-
4out a very great expenditure for cam-I
Published every morning except Monday dur- paign purpo'ses. The character of the
ing the University Summer Session by the f Republicans organization will tend to
Board in Control of Student Publications. J
conceal the exact amount spent on
The Associated Press is exclusively en-
titled to the use for republication of all news the fight for office because the work
dispatches credited to it or not otherwise I has been so decentralized that the
credited in this paper and the local news
published herein. state committees will take a greater
Entered at the Ann Arbor, Michigan, post- part than ever before in canvassing
office as second class matter.-, and consequently will be compelled to
Subscription by carrier, $I.50: by mail, $1.75.
Offices: Press Building, Maynard Street, raise more money.
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PETITION ''
GROWS
We just called up old doe Rae, and
he said that we had to have our
petition in by Monday night, with
3,000 names appended to it, or we get
no permit this lovely summer. So
far we have 2,389 names, counting
five engineers to one name.
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Ann Arbor, Michigan.
DITORIAL STAFF
Telephone 49257
MANAGING EDITOR.
I. STEWART HOOKER
Editorial DirectorsG........eorge F. Simons
Martin Mol
City Editor............... Lawrence R. Klein
Feature Editor..............Eleanor Scribner
Music and Drama Editor.......Stratton Buck
Books Editors............ Kenneth G. Patrick
Kathryn Sayer
Telegraph Editor...........Daryl W. Irwin
Night Editors
Alex Bochnowski Martin Mol
RohertDDockeray Ceorge Simons
Jack Davis Clarence Edelson
Howard Shout
Reporters

Isabel Charles
Margaret . Jahm

Lyle Chubb
Robert O'Brien

Evolving into a battle of funds, as f
it seems to be doing, the results of
the electorial contest will depend toI
a great extent upon the support of the
wealthy element of the electorate, but
there is a comparatively small min-
ority of the voter' in this class. The
outcome will be dependent upon the
wisdom with which the funds are
spent to influence the mass of the
voters and upon the personal appeal
of the candidates.
iIf Mr. Work's statement that the
Republican, candidates are good
enough to' be 'elected without the
great expenditures by which the last
few campaigns have been marked is
true, the American republic has can-
didates for an election which begin's
to approach the ideal. The most de-
sirable characteristic of a democratic
election should be the election of of-
ficials upon their own merit and not
bocause of the brilliance of c ampaign
po:,ters or the loudness of the cam-
paign orator's voice.
A final report of campaign expen-
ditures should be a fairly dependable
criterion of the degree to which Amer-
ican democracy has advanced. If the
funds used are great there must ob-
viously remain the marks of "pecun-
iary politics," if not there are the
marks of a more desirable election.

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SECOND PROGRAM
Public auction of fifty yard-
line football'tilkets, conduicted
by Harry Tillotson, business
manager for the athletic also-
ciation. The auction will take
place in the back office of the
administration building. If de-
mand exceeds the supply, a new
stadium will be constructed m-
mediately, containing nothing
but fifty yard-line seats.

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BUSINESS STAFF
Telephone 21214
BUSINESS MANAGER
RAY WACHTER
Advertising...............Lawrence Walkley
Advertising.................Jeannette Dale
Accounts..........Whitney iM-anning
Circulation................Bessie V. Egeland
Samuel Lukens A Lillian Korvinsky
Janet Logic
SUNDAY, JULY 15, 1928
Night Editor-LAWRENCE R. KLEIN
MICHIGAN'S CONTRIBUTION
The University of Michigan takes
considerable pride in the selection by
Commander Richard E. Byrd of Pro-
fessor Lawrence 1A. Gould, of the de-
partment of geology, to be the official
geologist of Byrd's South Pole ex-
pedition which will be an event of
the month of September.
The selection of a crew of trained
men to assist a director of such a
hazardous expedition, as the South
1?ole venture is a process involving
keen deliberation and careful observa-
tion of available experienced men.
Commander Byrd is known for his
pains-taking preparations before he
embarks on any important expedi-
tion. He avails himself of the aid of
men who are outstanding in their
special fields of study and activity,
and in this way insures the very best
advice from these various sources.
Once before Commander Byrd has
c'hosen Professor Gould as an paid in,
an important expedition, and this se-
c nd selection of the Michigan profes- 1
sor is a significant tribute. It is need-;
less to dwell at length on the services
that Professor Gould will contribute
to the success of the expedition., The!
geological aspects of such a proposed
expedition are of major importance:
arid in this field Professor Gould, as
the official geologist, will be called,
upon for advice and for the render-
ing of opinions that may be an im-
portant factor in the ultimate success'
0t the n ctable enterprise.
The University will be minus the.

PERU AND CHILE
The disagreement which has vexed
relations between Peru and, Chile has
at last been at least partically sat-
isfactorily settled by the acceptance
of the suggestion by Secretary Kel-
logg that the two countries restore
diplomatic relations with each other.
Although the communications be-
tween Secretary Kellogg and the two
countries have not dealt with the
Tacna-Arnica problem which was the
real cause of the disputte, the restora-
tion of relations shoul4d allow peace-
ful negotiations between, Peru and
Chile which will ultirnately result ill
a satisfactory settleme nt of the dis-
pute.
There has been a ,generous spirit
can republics throughout the course
shown by both of the South Ameri-
of the negotiations, and the willing-
ness of the two countries to cooper-
ate in a peaceful and satisfactory re-
moval of the misa.nderstanding shouldC
serve as a shinbng example to the
other countries of the civilized world.I
THE DAY'S ''OLL1
Yesterday morning the newspapers
carried accounts of time deaths of,
eleven persons as a result of aviation
mishaps during the previous day.j
Among the day's toll is Ivfexico's out-
standing air ace-Captain Emilio;
Carranza.j
Although repid strides are being

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PERSONAL - ,
Sue, if you only will contribute
again, we promise never to allow an-,
other mistake to be made in your
contributions. We'l even go so far
as to read them over.
We notice a headline in the #
The Daily to the effect that
Grantland Rice 'ranks Bennie
with gifted payers."
I tI you really can do It, Bennie,,,,
it certainly is a gift.
And yet another headline: Shang-
hai Professor Tp Teach At Chicago."
We always have had our private
opinions aboutthe University of Chi- I
cago, but we never thought that the
school had to go that far to get a
faculty.
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We hope that all Rolls readers
will wiake it a point to hear D~r.
Tlhiomas Lov eli's lecture tonight.
In a private and exclusive Rolls
interview Dr. Lovell stated that
during the course of his lecture
lie would make disclosures that
would completely disrupt the
scientific world.
"In fact," lie asseverated, "the
scientific world will not know
what to think about them. J1
hardly understand them myself,
they are so deep.
'I want my public to remember
that I am a thinker of new
thoughts. These revelations, of
tonight are not theories but facts.'
Yesterday morning my roommate dis-
covered for the first time that I was
Lark. I dodged the first two books
and the alarm clock, but the tennis
racquet caught me flush on the jaw.
Such is the price of fame.
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If the editorial writers allow to
be printed just one more edtl-
torial on the value of the radio In
connection with a political cam-
palgn, there- is going to be an ex-
plosion. If the worst comes to
the worst, and we believed it had
with the first editorial in the first
issue, Rolls will print its own
editorials.
We will yet make this a Uni-
versify worth attending!
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THIS SPACE 1 RESERVED
FOR THE FORTHCOMING
PUBLICATION OF KERNEL'S
CONTRIBUTION, PROMISED) 1
JUNE 28, 1928. IF HE DOES
SNOT HARRY WITH IT, WHAT.
EVER lHE HAS TO OFFER
WILL BE A POSTHUMOUS
CONTRIBUTION.t

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services of Professor Gould during made of late in the advan cement of
the cominag academic year, but in ack- aviation throughout the world, the
nowledging this we must also be cog- sacrifice of human lives continues to
nizant of the fact that his services to accompany this progress, and Fri-
Commninder Byrd in assisting him in 'day's fatalities is in keeping with the
hIs prodigious project will more than unfortunate, but almost uncontroll-
counterbalance the University's tem- able, precedent of continued loss of
prary loss through his absence fromi
the campus.li.
The tragic ending thati came to
Mexico's air idol is indeed a sad
LIMITLESS CAMPAIGN FUNDS affair. Flying on a good-will mission
It begins to look as though the from Long Island to his native coun-
coming presidential election would be try, his flight came to a disastrous
g battle of money. ending in a field near Burlington,
One of the first bits of information New Jersey. His death was Mexico's
elicited from John J. Raskob after first sacrifice to the advancenent of
he was appointed Chairman of the international fliglts.
Democratic national committee was In Mexico Carrinza was consddered
that there would be no limit on the the idol of his nation just as .Lind-
amounts of the contributions accept- bergh is the idol of the- people of the
ed for the Smith campaign fund. From United States,. The esteem in w.hich
this it may be inferred that the Dem- the martyred aviator was held by the
ocratic party contemplates raising an people of MIexico was shown when
enormous amount of money to put the the announcemeirt of Carranza9.
New York governor into the White death.j elicited deep mourning through-
House In November and entertains out, his native land:
bopes of obtaining numerous large, tAlthough claims are being made
contributions from the big business tb.at every known (aution is utilized
magnates with whom Mr. Raskob is ii making air flights safer, the an-
assoeiated, Inouncement of air tragedies contiro-
With Mr. Raskob ;at the helm, and ues to clutter the, columns of ou,
tile~~~~.,..rn hanortcprt uprig a

There is a passer of bogus
checks at large here in this a1-
most perfect village. Out, ye
vigllantes and run out the scoun-
drel... But on second thought,
stay. Anybody in this town who
is clever enough to get his checks
cashed without getting three re-
liable citizens to endorse them
and without giving his address,
telephonet number, and occupation
gets our congratulation.
* * *
Oh, gosh! Oh GOSH! Yesterday
was Friday the 13th, and we never
knew it! Think of what might have
happened!
The emminent Dr. Lunasden in-
sists that Hygiene Bureaus are
not expensive. Ho, ho, Doe
Lumnsden, hone ho, ho. Did you
ever try this one at the Uni-
versityI
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We hate to talk about the weather,
but, as the poet said, "Into every
spring a little rain must fall, some
days be dark and dreary."
LARK.

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Mhe Democratic party supporting a
high tariff for the first time in its
history, and' with promises of no in -
terferences with business, the Jeffel-
sonians are clearly trying to outb Id
the Republicans for the support of
big business. /
So. far, Dr. Hubert Work, the ;Re-
publican national chairman, has put
Ao limit on the size of contributic ins,
but has stated that less money wo uld
be spent to elect Mr. Hoover tIhan
has been spent in the last few eam-
paigns. Witihopat disparaging P'res.
Coolidge, he feels that the candid ates

daily newspaper. What more cn pu
done than is alre ady being done in
this direction of making aviation
safer is a questi-oji which can only
be dealt with stiafactorily and ef-
fectively by the 'experts. Those of us
whose knowledge of ; aviation is gross-
ly limited can be of little help. To
the experts in the field, however,
the recurrence of air , tragedies should
not be given passive consideration,
but should be a sdaa ulus to spur
them on to greater ctivity in the
realm of making tra al-by-air more
safe.

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