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PAGE TWO

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1928

Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing the University Summer Session by the
Board in Control of Student Publications.
The Associated Press is exclusively en-
titled to thecuseefor republication of all news
dispatches credited to it or not otherwise
credited in this paper and the local news
published herein.
Entered at the Ann Arbor, Michigan, post-
office as second class matter.
Subscription by carrier, $i.5o; by mail, $1.75.
Offices.; Press Building, Maynard Street,
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
EDITORIAL STAFF
Telephone 4925
MANAGING EDITOR
J. STEWART HOOKER
Editorial Directors........,George E. Simons
Martin Mol
City Editor............... Lawrence R. Klein
Feature Editor..............Eleanor Scribner
Music and Drama Editor.......Stratton Buck
Books Editors............Kenneth G. PatrickE
Kathryn Sayre

Alex Bochnow
Robert Docker
Howard Shout
Margaret Zahn
Isabel Charles

Night Editors
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Reporters

Martin Mol
George Simons
arence Edelson
obert O'Brien

Eaton Rapids. The puzzle in this
race is to determine whether Dick-
inson or Woodworth is the adminis-
tration candidate. Be that as it may,
the record of Dickinson through five
terms of the lieutenant-governorship
is such that can be pointed to with
pride, and if th voters of Michigan
cast their vote with the candidates'
past record in public life as the
criterion, Luren Dickinson for the
sixth time will be the choice for that
high office.
It is commendable that no Repub-
lican opposition has developed againsi
Congressman Earl C. Michener of the
second Congressional district. Mr.
Michener, who served this district in
four previous congresses, has cinched
the Republican nomination for reelec-
tion as a result of a constructive and
effective career in Congress. His Dem-
ocratic opposition iswdivided among
two candidates, the winner of whonm
will oppose Mr. Michnener in the elec-
tion.
Another local office-holder assured
of his Republican renomination as
result of having no opposition in the
Primaries is State Senator Charles
A. Sink, president of the University
School of Music. Senator Sink has
been an important factor in securing
the passage of legislation favorable
to the University. He was among the
first to champion the cause of Herbert
Hoover in this state and his en-
thusiasm for the Republican presi-
dential nominee has not waned ir
any particular.
The interest in the entire Prim-
ary fight centers about theattempt
being made by the so-called Groes-
beck faction of the party, during th
past two years known as the anti-
administration element, to stage a
come-back in state politics. The anti-
administration leader, Senator Arthui
E. Wood, from Detroit, has formed a
combination which he believes cap-
ab~le of victory, but, from present in-
dications, it seems as though he has

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together, Herbie, and besides, it% just
one more vote.
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FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1928
Night Editor-ROBERT DOCKERAY
THE PRIMARY FIGH'T
The final list of candidates for vari-
ous state offices has been completed
and is ready for scrutinization on the
part of the voters of Michigan. Fol-
lowing the filing of petitions Tues-
day, the last day for candidates to
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entered and several who were pre- chosen an i opportune time to at-
sumed to have been candidates failed tempt the coe-back.
to file.
In the gubernational fight Governorg
Green has Republican opposition in
the person of George W. Welsh, form- There is- n moe despicable
er lieutenant governor. On the D- than he who his living through
mocratic ticket for this office the I deceiving t ' utili on a subject
name of William J. Comstock, former which is of vital concern to it. For-
regent of the University of Michigan I tunately the class of such men is
and Green's opponent last year, not'large, and in American cities of
Stands out alone. moderate size scarcely exists at all.
The fight for the Republican nom- State examlniations and licenses for
ination will be interesting. Governor doctors, lawyers, and engineers pre-
Green, as a result of a successful two- vent large prosperity on the parts of
'year administration, has retained the these fakers and quacks even in the
favof of the great majority of 'Re- large cities; but still from time to
publican leaders throughout the time, in great centers of population
state. His opposition comes from the where difficulty of regulation is com-
old Groesbeck wing of the party, of bined with gullibility on the part of
which element Welsh is recognized as the public, such men ply their ob-
one of the leaders. Welsh, defeated noxious trade at the expense of hit-
in his fight for reelection to the lieu- mankind.
tenant-governorship two years ago, Thus it has become necessary in
was an ardent Groesbeck supporter. Detroit at the present time to conduct
His opposition to Green, however, is a danzpaign of widespread scope
untimely. It is generally conceded that against the men and women who pose
a governor having completed his first as doctors, rent elaborate suites of
term with a commendable record, is offices, and then beguile customers i
entitled to reelection. It is unlikely by the distribution of large quantities
that a new personality will occupy of literature in their neighborhoods.
the governorship next term. A third Astonishin though it may seem, many
man in the race is Robert Pointer, of these men have escaped detection
from West Point, who is not looked for years, and how much Detroiters
upon as a serious contender for the have contributed to their support in
Republican nomination. money and human lives can not be
In spite of the concessions made conjectured.
throughout the state that United But if these men are guilty of gros
States Senator Arthur H. Vanden- offenses against humanity for which
berg would be reelected without op- they should be made to pay the max-
position, he now has a Republican op- imum penalty at law, the general pub-
ponent in the person of State Repre- I lic, by neglecting to take proper pre-
sentative Milton R. Palmer of De- cautions, is at least equally respon-
troit. In this contest again the anti- sible. For years and years it has
administration influence is felt been considered an unethical prctice'
through the entry in the race of Mr. on the part of legitimate doctors to
Palmer. Little is known of Mr. j advertise by the distribution of hand-
Palmer outside of the city of Detroit bills and paid literature, and still al-
where he has been able to secure most all of the quack uncovered so1
his reelection to the legislature for far have gained their following ofI
the past 8 years. His only strength patients by .these means. None the 1
in the coming campaign will come less, If we can believe the police re-J
about as a result of a Welsh-Palmer cords, these men gulled the publicI
coalition which will receive its major out of fortunes.
support from Detroit voters. On the The Detroit police and the legiti-
other hand, the combination of Green mate practitioners who are Instigat-I
and Vanderberg is looked upon as a ing the present drive are to be high-7
considerably stronger organization ly commended; but such extensive po-
and likely victorious. Senator Van- liceIsupervtion would be entirely un-
denberg has every right to retain his necessary if the public would exerciseI
seat in the Senate. He has already only due care in the choice of its
demonstrated his ability' as Michi- physicians.
gan's represenative in the Senate in
a way that has drawn praise from his
Washington colleagues.
On the Democratic side the fight It was erroneously published in an
lies between Judge Frank Murphy of editorial of yesterday morning's issue
Detroit and John W. Bailey who at of the The Daily that General Ob-
present Is mayor of Battle Creek. The regon, late president-elect of Mexico, i
only passing coment on their candi- was assassinated by an "anti-Catho-n
dacies is that they are both Demo- lic faction." The reverse is true, and
crats and as such their efforts to the editorial department regrets that
gain the Senatorial seat are futile. such an error was permitted to ap- r
A tri-cornered race for the Repub- pear in the Daily columns. A
lican nomination for the office of
lieutenant governor includes the can- Theodore Dredser, upon returning
didacies of the incumbent, Luren D. from Russia, expressed his dissatis- I
Dickinson, Fred L. Woodworth, col- faction with the Soviet governmnent.
lector of internal revenues at Detroit, But since Sinclair Lewis favors it,
and Senator G. Elmer McArthur of nothing need be done.

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Several more natiohal celebrities
have petitioned the Roquefort Play-
ers to allow them to act in their pro-
duction of "The Vikings." Today the
following applied: William Harrison
(Jack) Dempsey, President Clarence
Cook Little, Leaf Larsen, and two
Scotchmen who refused to give their
names.
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"I do not choose to act in the
Roquefort Players' production of
'The Vikings.' I would not dis-
grace my country's tradition or
reputation.'
Eric the Red
A Distorted Romance
Note: she sent her swain forth into
the world, a fortune to make, that
he might return to woo her. But,
l alas, he returned nit, nite, not, and
she searched for him. Then, and only
then, did she sing this song. You
are at liberty to supply your own
dialect, depending on what kind of
a church picnic it is, how good a
poetry reader you are, and how .. .
That last is a slang expression, And
How. ...
In de town she tuuk her trubles,
In de grate vite vay she hollered,
"Vere cuuld be my ebsent sveet-tart,
Through oil denger I veal suffare,
If just only vunce I find heem."
Bravink fife ton trucks mit buumpares
Facing face tu face the stritt-cars,
Talking beck tu beeg .poleecemen,
Not fongattinck, treffik seegnils,
Plus la cuuple signs mit stop-stritts.
To de newspeper she vandered,
Full vay up her eyes mit sedness,
Knowink not shust vat she vanted,
Or from vitch to esk her qvestions
Deed she hev to hev a peektchur,
Or a bad name, reputation,
Or vuuid it be a strange expeeryence,
Like by Peaches Browning, Deddy,
Or like Peggy Joyce, some huusbands,
Or like Pressdunt Coolitch, fish bait,
Or like dear, sveet Aimee, kidnap?
But in de vunt-ed pege she fund heem,
From an ed vitch red help-vunted,
From a restruunt ed she fund heem,
In de restruunt, frum de menger,
Tenth asseestent frum de meger,
Busy all de time mit deeshes.
Eartink full from fency beescuits
Full mit fude his mouth she fund i
Full vay up mit sveet roll frostinck,
Een de eye she luuked rite et heem,
Luuked rite et de left, de guud 'eye,
Und mit bote her hends she told heem,
Told heem just exectly trutfull,
In fact, 'tvas thet, end then some.
I hate to say shust vat she tuld heem,
Und I cuuldn't, vuuldn't do it,
In de beck a frunt pege story.
D. Tees
The Fair Co-ed is still complaining
that she cannot understand the humor
n Rolls. In desperation we are plan-
ning to furnish blueprints explaining
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