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2UR BUM M U 11nG"IIIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, A31

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rather unfavorably with election re-
sults in these United States where
the citizenry have had the right to
the ballot for 150 years instead of
about 10 years as is the case in Ger-
many. Just last year we say an eco-
nomic problem which was entirely
divorced from matters of politics
manifest itself in the Congression-
al elections in such a manner as to
cause the people of the United
States entirely to contradict their
decision at the polls of 1928.
Before many months will have
passed Chancellor Bruening will go
before the people of Germany in a

I

my. Befor
sponsible,
for inabilit
the situati
discredit ti
ernment o
occasion.
It is not
who serve
now are m
Legion wi]
service. It
them may
Their sons
things go
fellow cou

, g .
general election of members of the and they f
EDITORIAL STAFF Reichstag. He may be defeated sort of inj
-........ but we can rest assured the defeat peacetime
MANASING EDITOR will rest entirely on the merits of people wh
HAROLD 0. WARREN---the administration now in power. pains an
Drc ....GnE i The German people gave Heinrich scheme of
ASSOCIATE EDITORS Bruening a mandate of authority in a weight t
0. W.-Vpe/or Carl Mly
C.hubbSher M. qsraiai 1930 and in 1931 they stood by their put on it.
Eleanor Rairdon choice in the local elections. Bruen- Any the
P. Cutler Showers ing has had all the support he can lowance f
BUSINESS STAFF ask for, and his next campaign cry but indul
UlNES NAGER cannot be that the Hitlerites or the grotesquer
WILLIAM R. WORBOYs communists stood in his way to ing the bi
Amiseat usiness Manager .. Vernon Bisopsave Germany. This situation is toleration.
tesasts maager.............ori s yslightly different from the status of_
Atnat isciuationer .. a unta (I Herbert oHover who faces a hostile BLOOD
Night Editor-Sher M. Quraishi congress, the gift of the people of THE M
the United States in the face of def-
THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1931 icites, and the Geneva conference (Detr
on armaments.
Race w
CRIME AT * * of the red
OUR DOORS We hasten to assure readers that the Negro
yesterday's editorial comment re-
('VER at the University hospital garding the vacations of Mayor ugly head
lie the charred remains of four Jimmie Walker and President Hoo- already h
young people, the victims Tuesday veh was run under the heading Negroes k
C RI ME S OF VOLESTEAD EN-
morning of a quadruple ;murder RCME O V hrETgA EN- skull frac
that is unspeakable in its ghastli- A lot of crimes can be traced to pro- .over an e
ness. The realization by Washte- hibition but certainly not the sum- Alabama
naw county citizens that the tac- ctny The Presntofe Sco
tics employed by inhuman gang- the United States and the Mayor of eight youn
stems have burst the bonds of met- New York.tenced to
ropolitan districts and invaded ;two white
more peaceful areas to claim the ized far a
lives of innocent youngsters comes the result
as a severe shock and one that has WHAT'S GOING ON curred bet
moved every agency for justice into colored m
speedy and vengeful action. But the
The identity of the perpetrators THE LEGION running b
gof the fiendish and apparently un- AND THE PACIFISTS near Birm
motivated horror has not as yet three you
been determined, and there is no (Chicago Tribune) a woods,
punishment in the books severe A magazine writer in the current death, an
enough to nullify the effects of the issue of one of the monthlies criti- her compa
crime, but if and when the torch- cized the American Legion because on fire. T
slayers of Tuesday's victims are it supports military preparedness. ed was the
brought face to face with the law, This is consistent with pacifist Birminghai
swift and unrelenting sentences monomania. The complaint is com- whites hav
should, and undoubtedly will be ad- mon in the addicts. The person who tecting th
ministered with all the determina- regards the military function as a lages. Th
tion of outraged humanity. part of the orderly processes of the and street
We may become only passively country and who expects that the white won
excited by criminal brutality com- government will maintain it as it them, no
mitted in neighboring cities, but a does other necessary responsibili- it may cos
multiple killng so close to home ties of administration is in turn re-' It is a si
calls for the exercise of every meth- garded by the compellers of peace 'They oug
od of seeking out and throwing be- as an enemy of the rational order Moscow, wl
fore justice the murderers. There of society. tion for al
can' be no compromise in this case; The American Legion is composed have ach
and if we in any way reflect the in- mostly of men who were called out preaching
tensity of public opinion, there will of civil pursuits to bear arms. None gro, andt
be no compromise. of them had any part in making responds i
the occasion which required them to equality, a
A LESSON give up all their normal ways of life you, is toc
FOR AMERICANS and be subjected to unusual pres- woen.
sure, discomfort, and danger. All owetao
E cannot help but express of the four million got a wrench of lying dok
some degree of envy for the some sort. Two million of them lying dow
sanie'and conservative action of the' were transported overseas, where ashoneirf
German people at the polls last many were kliled, wounded or died as one of
Sunday. In the face of one of the of sickness. All. who went across thy have
most bitter campaigns ever pro- were subjected to the hazard of thy Grand
moted by the communists the voters submarine attack. they are
of Prussia marched to the voting The training camp men whose ex- women go
places and announced their confi- periences in the army were cut are jostled
dence in the present administra- short on this side of the Atlantic discove ed
tion of Chancellor Bruening. because the war came to an end needed to d
Bruening, on his return from It- before they could be trained and ny d t
aly, was compelled to show his sur- shipped had at least the rigors of yo but Gra
prise at the overwhelming vote of intensive schooling and discipline, found a w
confidence which he had received the separation from their families When t
in the attempt of the opposition' and the dislocation of ther profit- tempted t
party to recall the Prussian legis- able private enterprises. The four brethren a
lature. The decision of the electo- million or so of men taken for mil- hstration es
rate was indeed a tribute to Mr. Iitary services had these experiences, memrs a
Bruening in view of the many haz- ranging from the training camp to seized eigh
ards to which his administration the battlefield. The occasion for it one of who
has been subjected in the last few developed under pacifist adminis-GergS
weeks. Inasmuch as only a few tration of government.
months have passed since Hitler Mr. Wilson's great contribution to of the cit,
made tremendous gains for the humanity was to be his protectior. them into
Fascists, the Bruening victory was of the United States from war. His crawl thro
even more noteworthy. secretary of state was Mr. Bryan- them to st
Certainly the results of last Sun- up to the moment of the big explo- didn't wan
day's balloting is not due to elec- sibn. Mr. Bryan's thirty or more writing the
tioneering, for as everyone knows peace treaties are in the state de-
the traveling chancellor has had partment archives, the fruit of his-

no time to think of his own politi- life, gathered with the world shak- F
cal fortunes in this time of national ing itself to pieces in armed strife. Foreign t
crisis. Nor was the victory a tri- The government was a pacifist par- eough an
bute necessarily to the vanity of adise in which palms flourished and enough, and
Herr Bruening. It is evident that arms rusted and the United States, smell to om
the present incumbent is a far cry in consequence, went to war as
from the famous man of "blood and naked as a newborn baby and al-
iron," Otto von Bismark. One can most as helpless. The pacifists ac- A talkie i
hardly hope to compare Bruening complished only one thing, with full too darned
with the late foreign minister, control of government. They didn't
Stessamann. What is the answer avoid the war, but they saw to it
to the voice of the people of Ger- that the American troops entered How solve
many? Obviously the Germans have it borowing guns and begging sup.. don't owe a
realized that this is no time for po- plies.
litical experiment. They know that In wartime the peace addicts are
the present administration has done conscientious objectors. They will
and will continue -to do all in its not willingly man mine sweepers or Our nomi
power as a government to solve an drive ambulances. The country gets useless inv
economic problem. One doesn't the best out of them if it can keep Scales have
find the Germans blaming Berlin them from obstructing enlistments, that the wo
for the lack of rainfall in Heidel- from interfering with the service ten-thousan
h~rYof ein-mlae 4nl fr m aririr^r 41L--^~I_^-L

e a war they. will be re-
so far as they are able,
y of the country to meet I
on, and in a war they will
he purpose even if a gov-
f their own has made the+
t probable that the men
d in the world war and
aembers of the American
1 be called on again for
t is possible that some of
be, but it is unlikely.
s may be mustered in if
wrong. Their younger
ntrymen will have the job
feel that it is the rankest
ustice to allow a country's
policies to be dictated by
o will assume none of the
d hazards when their
life crashes down under
hey themselves may have
ory of life must make al-
or a lot of queer antics,
gence of these pacifist
ies with other people pay-
ll is beyond any rational
ON
OON
oit Saturday Night)
ar, one of the objectives
s in their intrigues among
es of America, raises its
in Alabama. Chicago has
ad a taste of it-three
illed and a policeman's
tured in a colored riot
viction proceeding. But
promises worse than that.
ottsboro case, in which
ig Negroes have been sen-
death for the rape of
girls, has been capital-
nd wide by the reds, with
b that one riot has oc-
ween white officers and a
ob under red leadership.
Negro who mounted the
board of an automobile
ningham and forced its
ng women occupants into
where he shot one to
d wounded her sister and
nion, has set the heather
'he girl who was murder-
daughter of a prominent
m attorney. Southern
e a summary way of pro-
eir women from such out-
ey will make the roads
s of Alabama safe for any
ian who wishes to travel
matter how many lives
t.
gnal victory for the reds.
ht to ring the bells in
hence comes the inspira-
1 this red deviltry. They
ieved this success by
social equality to the Ne-
the bad Negro naturally
first. His idea of social
s any southerner will tell
consort with white white
ng will the American
e the attack of the reds
? Every city is pestered
attentions. In Detroit,
our readers writes in,
almost talked the grass
Circus Park, and when
out in mass, men and
ng about their business
and annoyed by them.
committee of congress
that new legislation is
deal with them effective-
and Rapids at least, has
ay.
ae reds over there at-
o imitate their Detroit

nd appropriate the city
for an oratorical demon-
week ago, a. handful of
of the American Legion
t of the demonstrators,
m owned to the name of
ink, threw them into a
e them several miles out
y, spanked them, tossed
a creek and made them
ugh it, and then warned
ay out of town if they
y any more. Up to this
yhave not come back.

T OSTEDROLL
SPRING
IS
HERE

Half
ice

BULLETIN
Hwjrx Whoofie is still
though what's it to you?

all right,

(C

* * *
LOOK WHAT WE WOKE UP AND
FOUND IN YESTERDAY'S
DAILY EDITORIAL
DEPT.
Unemployment caused by sea-
sonal and Please, Mr. Editor, get
the Union to restrict them to
part of the time or better yet,
provide some strong man to
drown them neatly when it is ad-
visable. style industries must be
added..... .
* * *
On the same page, Mayor Walker
was titled CRIMES OF VOLSTEAD
ENFORCEMENT.
* * *
Rolls is offering four thou--three
well, anyway, a year's subscrip-
tion for information leading to the
arrest of the make-up man. People
living near the scene of the crime
describe him as a tall man of about
5 feet 2 inches with hair blond on
one side, dark on the other.
* * * .
The Morning Glory's stem is dex-
torse
To having no stem that is next
worse.
* * *
No one has complained about our
not going on with the recent ROLLS
PRIMER, but we might as well.
Let's see, now-we left off at F,
didn't we?
* * *
ROLLS PRIMER

ATHLET'S
FOOT"
....says U. S. report

of you men
)lle e have

OU may call it toe itch, golf this fun
Y tch-the "doc" may call it reinfects
ringworm-millions of people time the
who catch it, call it 'Athlete's damp flo
Foot"-but all of them are the
same. A ringworm parasite, Abso
tinea trichophyton by name,
causes that redness between the
toes with i-t-c-h-i-n-g. Tinv
blisters or a thick, moist skin Tests in
condition may be another symp- lab"
tom. Again dryness, with little Absorbi
scales, is a signal. like t1:
"At least half of all aduw wherev
suffer from it at some time 'the
says the U. S. Public Healtn It _X
Service. In universities as far exami a:
apart as Pennsylvania and Cali- the f:t
fornia 50% of the men have it. mcntio
And the co-eds are not immune Absor'.
either. handy i
It lurks in the very places vents f''
where we all go for cleanliness exposut
and health-on the edges of floors.I
swimming pools and showers- W. F. Yc
in gymnasiums-on locker- and Massach
dressing-room floors. It spite of
modern sanitation (you have to
boil socks 15 minutes to kill it)
FOR YEARS HAS RELIEVED SORE
MiUSCLES, MUSCULAR ACRES, BRUISES,
BURNS, CUTS, SPRAINS, ABRASIONS

gus parasite infects and
s bare feet almost any
ey come in contact with
oors.
rbine Jr. kills the
germ of
HLETE'S FOOT"
n a famous New York
have revealed that
ni Jr. penetrates flesh-
sesu(' dcep , T y I
r u-tr ates.,
Le a bad idea t:
.yur feet tonight. At
t ,uof the symptoms
ned Lere, douse on
-2 Jr. And keep a bottle
i your locker as a pre.
. Use it after every
re of bare feet on damp
At all druggists-$1.25.
oung, Inc., Springfield,
husetts.

Gpltst
G is for Gpltst, who lives in the
woods;
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mad-,-°, . F .
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Hwjrx
Hwjrx, who lives in the

H is for
woods;

* * *

STAGE
COMING IN PERSON
SO AY, SAVG. 16
30 Beautiful Girls
MISS EASTERN
MICHIGAN
AND THE
BATHING CIALS
ON '1031
A Snappy-Peppy Revue
3 Fathing eaut ies 3 0
Classy Dances
Special Song Hits

Majestic
2:00-3:40-7:00-9:00
NOW PLAYING
MOTHERS
OF MILLION-
DOLLAR KIDS
Trying to out-ritz each
other in
.h
fwLidden,
Adventure
a 'raumoun qidure'
with
MITZI GREEN-
EDNA MAY OLIVER
LOUISE FAZENDA
JACKIE SEARL
Ex-laundresses. Now rival Holly-
wood mothers. Fabulously wealthy.
Trying to mix with Kings. Keep-
ing you in kinks of laughter!
ADDED
ANDY CLYDE
Novelty, "Alaska"
"The Inventor"
SATURDAY
WILL ROGERS
"YOUNG AS
YOU FEEL"

Ipfl
I is for Ipfl, who lives in the

ravel is exasperating. If
your hotel you don't see
d if you go outside you
ouch.
s a movie that contains
much singie.
nt'people feel when they
nybody but the doctor.
-Daily Illini.
ination for the most
ention of the week:
been made that show'
rd "Illinois" weighs five
dths of a gram more
breviation "Ill."

woods.

(To Be Continued)
, * in*

ROLLS SCIENCE SERVICE
Experiment No. 1 - Rub your
thumb over these words. How does
it look, now? All right, then.
ROLLING IN THE AISLE DEPT.
This suggestion for an "Annual
Snake Bite Day" for President
Ruthven will have to be refer-
red to the Wickersham commis-
sion.
-Quip from the Ann Arbor News.
* * *
COME TO SUMMER SESSION
NEXT YEAR AND READ ROLLS'
MAMMOTH SERIAL "A GENTLE-
MAN OF PARTS."
PLTSCH WHOOFLE.

ON THE SCREEN
MARION DAVIES
in
"Five and Ten"
And Bobby Jones in
"Trouble Shots"
STAGE SHOW ONE
DAY ONLY
MICHIGAN

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