When a comrade and fellow worker is taken from
us suddenly, by any cause whatsoever, it is rather a
shock to us, and we are apt to feel strangely unable
to express our emotions in words, no matter how
much we may feel. Thus it is that we, of The Wol-
verine, who have worked with "Eddie" Priehs on
The Michigan Daily during past years, are suddenly
taken aback by the sudden news of his death.
Eddie was not a type. He was, on the contrary,
an individual, almost to an extraordinary degree-.
At the same time, however, he was a man who was
well liked by all who knew him, and by all with
whom he was associated. Those who labored with
him and under his direction learned to appreciate
*his attitude toward them, to value his judgment, and
above all to respect his character and ideals.
He was not a man of a limited number of ac-
quaintances; his geniality made him loved by every
one of a -wide circle of those who would liked to
have known him better, and to whom his sudden
death will bring a distinct sorrow. His close asso-
ciates and co-workers on the publications, however,
those who knew the real Eddie and could rightfully
call him "friend", are the ones who feel his de-
parture most of all.
Only when fate snatches from us a comrade,
whose future had yet to unfold, do we begin to real-
ize how much we valued the limited acquaintarce we
have been able to form with him in the brief space
of college days. To be able to say that a man is
missed is to be able to speak of him in the highest
possible terms. That, however, we 9tan truthfully
say of Eddie Priehs, man, comrade, and friend.
Why not the inauguration of a new course in
conjunction with the Medical school for the pur-
pose of training men for motor speedsters. Might
as well do the thing up right while we are at it;
and then, too, the ultimate result ought to be of
considerable benefit to young and ambitious doctors.
Besides, our own little speedway offers ample op-
portunity for daily instruction.
Viscount James Bryce, in a lecture delivered in
the East, regretted the "want of conscience that still
keeps state morality lower than the standard applied
to individuals." He has discovered what has long
been known in this land of lynchings, that a crowd
is just as bad as the worst of its component parts.
-Detroit free Press.
We were rather surprised to find the other day
the following notice posted on the office bulletin
board: "Lost-a black loose-leaf notebook by a
student containing a brief." Speaking of indiges-
G. D. E. came tripping rubber-heeledly into the
office this morning. A wicked glint of the eye drew
his lashes down to a point as he leaned over our
desk. "Any new scandal today?" he asked, crafty-
MR. EDISON MAY PUT THIS IN HIS PIPE
(The Chicago Tribune)
Mr. Edison, continuing as a hodja, says that to-
bacco does not do any particular harm unless it is
in a cigaret. "These cigarets are harmful, especially
for young people, but the habit is now a fixed condi-
tion. The victims do not want tobacco; they want to
smoke the paper."
Mr. Edison has been covering so much territory
of late that his wisdom, even as the wisdom of our,
other hodjas and elder statesmen, is thin in spots.
A cigaret is tobacco in its mildest form. Nearly
all cigaret smokers inhale. They inhale because that
is the fashion in which they get the effect out of the
tobacco. They may smoke a great many cigarets,
but they can do so because they do not feel the effects
of steady cigaret smoking' as they would feel the
effects of an equally steady smoking of cigars or a
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Mr. Edison does not know that the only person'
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