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d, if developed, should make at least
ree of college spirit, in spite of the
of persons enrolled who are not as
ted in sports as we of the undergrad-

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THE ANIMAL FAIR
Crazes may come and crazes may go, but the
movies go on forever; and with the fluctuations in
their type will come changes, and we hope improve-
ments, in the class of humor which is placed before
the public.
For a considerable time the riotous character of
the slap-stick hero and the nine-lived villain has
produced howls of laughter from the youthful and
-rnay we say it ?-the mentally infirm, while in-
variably inducing a state of utter boredom on the
spectator who occasionally enjoys a bit of clever
art. No one ever accused the modern so-called
"comedy" of being art; aside from the occasional
mirth-provoking ridiculousness of the thing, we sel-
dom have any reason even to call it funny.
Of late, however, secondary comedy types seem
to have begun to change, and trained animals are
rapidly coming to take the place of the custard pie,
the paint bucket, and the unruly fire hose. One
craze is on the wane, and another is coming in. The
animal show eventualy may become as tiresome a
bore as the old custard-slining. But, for the pres-
ent, the introduction of the world-renowned baboon'
and the not-to-be-equalled houn' dog furnishes a
change in the type of movie humor, and perhaps a
,change for the better. At least, we are quite ready
for any relief that may be offered us. The funeral
of the slap-stick will be celebrated with applause
and song.

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T THE NAVAL HOLIDAY WINS
(The Chicago Tribune)
The adoption by the house of the Borah plan for
negotiations for a limitation of naval building is a
victory for common sense, for practical economy
on a large scale, and for international peace. It is
th a proposal upon which early action can be taken and
it from which early and satisfactory results niay be
reasonably hoped. Had the very foolish attempt
of house leaders to include land armament prevailed,
wee should have got nothing, whereas the British
andAmerican governments, if they work together.
can, with Japan's participation, bring about a sta-
bilization in the naval situation in the Pacific which
le -will be the best of all guaranties against an early
st. recurrence of war..
It is also not impossible, and may even be called
a probable, that from these negotiations may flow
ng
other agreements as to our relations in the far east
in which will remove existing international friction
and evolve a modus vivendi conducive to progress
>m and peace.
.y These reasonable hopes would have been dashed
ale by a surrender to the impracticable demands of gen-
eral disarmament theorists, whose want of grasp of
v- the difficulties of international relations cannot be
ler corrected by experience. We congratulate Senator
s1 Borah and those who have supported him on the
he persistent fight for a practicable plan, and the Pres-
1es
ident upon having now an opportunity for initiat-
ing, if not consummating, a momentous advance in
critical international relations.
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Before these days of sin-
'Cause we read of Eli Whitney,
Who made the cotton gin.
THE S-S-S-SAFE S-S-SIDE
A man walked up to a bystander on State Street
the other day and said, "S-s-s-s-say, wh-wh-where's
the. M-m-m-m-michigan Union ?"
The other remained silent, so the stammerer re-
peated his question. Still no answer. The inquirer'
walked angrily away, and some one who had
watched the scene approached the silent one and
asked why he had not replied.
"Wh-wh-wh-why," he answered, "th-thi-th-think I
want t-t-t-to g-get m-mmy head kn-n-n-nocked off ?'
We like thQ stammerer's dialect. It fills up so
much space.
After living in Ann Arbor all one's life, it is nice
to start in as a summer scholar and get letters from)
all the churches welcoming one to Ann Arbor. One
feels so much more at home.
The Congregational church, by the way, is look-
ing for a minister. May we suggest Mr. Angell
Pastor, who graduated in June from the engine
school?
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Last night at the moving pictures
Bill Hart was so daring and bold
That the audience all wore overcoats-
He made their blood run cold!

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