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PAGE TWO

THE SUMMER MICHKAN DAIL V

SATURDAY, JUNE 12. 1926

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OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE 1
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
SUMMER SESSION
Published every morning except MondayI
during the University Summer Sesion by
the Board in control of Student Publica-
t ions.
The Associated Press is exclusively en.'
titled to the use for republication of all news
dispatches credited to it or not other wise!
credited in this paper and the local news pub-
lished herein.
Entered at the Ann Arbor, Michiean,
postoffice as second class matter.
Subscription by carrier,r$5e by mail,
$2.00.
Offices: Press Building, Maynard Street,?
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Communications, if signed as eviacnce of
good faith, will be published in The Summer
Daily at the discretion of the Editor. Un-
signed coinmunications will receive no con-
sideration. The signature may be omitted in
publication if desired by the writer. The
Sunmer Daily does not necessarily endorse
the sentiments expressed in the communica-
EDITORIAL STAFF
Telephone 4925
MANAGING EDITOR
MANNING HOUSEWORTIi
Chairman,
Editorial Board..... Eugene II. Gutekunst
City Editor............... William RA. Brye
Music and Drama........William C. Luas
Night Editors
Wilton A. Simpson Theodore hlornberger
Paul J. Kern Miles Kimball
Douglas D oubleday
Assistants
Gail Lyons Thaddeus Wasielewski
George T. McKean Morris Zwerdling
BUSINESS STAFF
Telephone 21214
BUSINESS MANAGER
PAUL W. ARNOLD
Circulation .................. Kenneth haven
Adve rtising.................Francis Norquist
Assistants

SUILER STOCK
Dramatic activities at Michigan in
past summers have been limited to
two or three productions by the Play
Production classes and occasional
performances by visiting groups of
semi-professional actors.
For the first time in the history
of the University a stock company will
be maintained for six weeks during!
the Summer Session in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall. The opening performance
will take place on Tuesday, June 22.
Bernard Shaw's "Great Catherine" has
been selected as the first play in the
repertory. This will be followed by,
Rachel Crothers' "Expressing Willie",
W. S. Gilbert's "Sweethearts", A. A.j
Milne's "Belinda", Moliere's "The'
Doctor In Spite of Himself" and
Conlin Campbell Clement's "The
IHaiduc."I
It is promising that campus dra-
matics will be fostered during the
Summer Session as they have been for
the past year. The step is an indica-
tion that the progress made during
the 1925-1926 season will not be hin-
dered by a summer of inactivity and
that dramatics at Michigan are now
on a firmer foundation than they have
ever been before.
If the venture is successfully finan-
cially (and the quality of the plays
chosen certainly warrants it) there is
no reason why other groups of players
equally talented should not attempt
it in the future.
EDITORIAL COMMENT
LOOKING AHEAD

RLLS
MUSIC
SIGNOR CALLIOPE
(A review by Bye)
"I have climbed to the heights of
Mt. Olympus and gazed upon the God-
head.'
It was the type of concert that
critics seek to embalm forever in theI
vapid nothingness of their cere-
bellums; shading from the rhythmic
harmony of blasts and squeeks to all
the glory of the calm and brilliant
'cowbells shedding aureoles of noise
on every living thing, it swelled in
cestacies of joy until the whole world
chimed an even warning signals ulti-
mately joined and jingled to and fro
in blissful glee with each new trumpet
burst from out that brazen throat.
With skillful artistry the cogwheels
reeled around their dizzy path, and
music, yes, great music, wondrous
symphonies belched forth from every
crevass of that great machine. What
a mind the man who conceived this
glittering behemoth must have had-
long rest his ashes-and he deserves
to be ashes!
In every perfect performance there!
is something to be criticized, however:
there's got to be, that's what we1
critics exist for; and the thing thatI
impresses the student of the concerti
stage as being particularly poor in
Monsieur Calliope's performance is
the repetition of the inadvertent nasal
note in several strains of the numbers,
in fact in all strains. It is poor

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SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1926;
"I am gratified to see how well
you have preserved Swedish
thought and tradition in the use
of the Ewedish tongue in your
services, but on the other hand
you must see that it is your self-
evident duty as American citizens
to master fully the English lan-
guage and the ideals of this coun-
try, that you may become good
citizens and fulfill the obligations
of American citizenship."--Prince
Gustavus Adolphus at the Swedish
Evangelical Lutheran Church in
New York.
LOYALTY
Two years ago at the Georgetown
university Commencement, President
Coolidge gave an address on "The
Spirit of Loyalty." To some this may
appear to he a trite subject, but the
conditions of the time and the im-
pending events of the next two days
raises it above this classification.
Perhaps the majority of us can com-
prehend some form of loyalty, loyalty
to our cities or to our families. But
as an abstract virtue which marks the
progression of society, the ordinary
person scarcely comprehends the
value of the term. In that sense it
means playing the game of life fairly
and squarely with our fellow men, By
playing square, each person adopts
the obligations and responsibilities
which are his. To dodge them is to be
disloyal. To leave to others what
you should do is treason.
Mr. Coolidge said, "I would not ven
ture to say what our country needs
most from its educated men and
women. But one of its urgent needs
is a greater spirit of loyalty, which
can only come from reverence for
constituted authority, from faith in the
things that are."
Next Monday, the class of 1926 will
leave the University--graduated.
Thereafter, it is up to them whether
they will sever all connections with
their Alma Mater or will continue to
remain in close cooperative accord
with it. If the graduate has that
"Spirit of Loyalty" he remains a st u-
dent of Michigan in spirit, although
he may be separated from her by a
continent. He is ready to help his
college in whatever way possible and
will take an active, progressive atti-
tude toward making it the greatest in
the world. While the graduate who
breaks off completely with his uni-I
versity-----let us hope that the class
of 1926 contains no such despicable
individuals.
Every person who is granted a de-
gree from this University has received
a large amount of intangible wealth
for which he can never completely re-
pay the institution that gave it to him.
There is something which every grad-
uate owes to Michigan --and that
something is Loyalty--in everything
she may want to do.
Turkey banished the fez and last
week it made its appearance in Phila-
delphia.
One of our Senators must have been!
estimating the upkeep of his car-
gasoline prices are now under in- :
vestigation by a Senate committee. |

The Christian Science Monitor) itheatre, what is more, to park in the
There is assurance, gratifying i middle of the street, and a keen oper-
may be, that this year, as heretofore, atie manager would have remedied
those who turn their backs upon the this defect long ago.
colleges and universities, as well as On the whole, however, the perform-
those who step aside from the pre-' ance may be said to have an unusual
paratory schools, all ready to face the appeal to a certain class of people,
world and its responsibilities, will not and the sparkling originality of the
lack for advice and solicitious friendly piece causes one to excuse any num-
c ounsel. But itmay be that those who her of the minor errors in Herr Caili-
proffer this gratuitous advice to the ope 's concert.
young, in their desire to impress the * * *
importance of the occasion upon their I o West, young man, go West-
listeners, sometimes magnify the haz- with the carnival, and go soon!
arls to be encountered and the liabil-*
ity of failure on the part of the ap- Join the Marines or the carnival
Prentice who offer their services in a ind see the world!
doing the useful work of the world. * * *
Those who listen may, unless fore- Ideas of evolution were given a se-
Ncarned or forearmed, see their new vere jolt indeed when a sideshow dis-
task from asm exaggerated or distorted closed that ordinary elephants were
perspective. Some, perhaps, will be alive several hundred billion years
persuaded to imagine themselves isi- ago, or whenever the pictures were
permon or superwomen, armed and taken. The police are investigating.
equipped to revolutionize methods and * * *
processes which they may believe "'Tie carnival offers an intensely
have become outworn or useless. practical and interesting field for the
Others, if told to look, as it were, energies of the university alumnus,
through the other end of the glass, and these organizations are sadly inj
may regard themselves merely as need of college trained men. Nothing
t puppets and pawns in a great game in could please me more than to see a
which they can hope to play but an large number of our graduates enter
insignificant part. this field; and eventually I should like
t may be that one distorted view- to see a school of carnivalling estab-
point is as misleading as the other. lished at Michgan. The training re-
There is, happily, the possibility of ceived in the carnival has been of In-
gaining a somewhat clear realization .estinaable value to me in latter life
of the responsibilities to be assumed 1land before."-Honorable Yiff Niff, edi-
and of the individual's relation to tor emeritus of rolls (this testimonial
them. There is much to be done, how- forged, niot soieted).
ever, and the need of workers is great. 'ernel.
But this has been the case always,.
and always there have been those who Nothing helps a column- as much as
have rendered effleient and willing a bit of good snappy poetry. Now we
service. And it may be said that while are no versifier. So, when we want a
in every period there have come for- poem we simply hunt through the
ward those who were inclined to the junk in Tiffin's desk to see if we can
belief that they possessed some pe- locate anything there. The outburst
culiar fitness which would insure the below rewarded our search:
accomplishment of the waiting tasks, Cyrella loves another: What care I
few only have risen above the level For she loved many long ere she
of perfection which humanity in gen- loved me,
eral has set for itself. And will love many others. Should
The processes of development i I sight
through which substantial progress is And mourn for that whch cannot
gained are not perceptibly hastened
by the impulse given by those who
arrogate to themselves the role of re- Ah, no! I shall not mourn, but
formers. It is sufficient, perhaps, that rather smile,
the level of what humanity has come Remembering that timeless night
to regard as perfection is gradually in June,
rising. But it can rise only as great And one quick, fluttering kiss, the
masses advance in understanding and while-
as there is gained a clearer and better ut come,'41s late! See, yonder sets
realization of man's true origin and the moon!
dominion. THI 1EACON'S COUSIN
But there will ever be present the
Opportunity to aid in carrying this Monday we will have a rare treat
work forward. Those best fitted and for all you little boys and girls. We
most sincere will be able to accom- have sent Yifnif, ROLLS correspon- j
Plish more than those who are will- (lnt evtraordinary, up to lyspeck to
ing merely to fall into line and march cover the great Effie Snorp bathtub
with the procession. To many the trial. This trial is peculiarly dis-
present period is one in which they tinguished because it is to be held on
will seek their proper places and en- Sunday, the only time court proceed-
deavor to fit themselves into the great ings have ever been held on the so-
scheme of events, large and small. called Day of Rest. So everybody be
There will be disappointments, mis- sure to order Monday's copy of ROLLS
givings, apparent failures, and dis- in advance.

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SAINT ANDREW'S
EPISCOALNCDRC'ZION LUTHERAN UNITARIAN CHURCH
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
i.iisioiui nd .atherieSt CHURCH State and Huron Sts.
Second Sunday After Sidney S. Robins, Minister
Trinity I Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. STELLHiOIN, Pastor. June 13
3:00 A. M.-Holy Communion. Service omitted this Sunday on
The annual Senior Breakfast
will be served in Harris Hall account of the Baccalaureate.
i 1030-_Sermon subject:
after the early service.
11:00 A. M.--Morning prayer and "Infant Church June 20
sermon by the Rev. Philip CrchJune2
L. Schenk. Membershp- Mr. Gabriel Rombofis speaks.
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good fashions when you see them.
You have a keen appreciation of those
fashions that own that sure click of sure
chic.
The fashion-faith you show in this store
is sure proof of that.
You may be certain that this organiza-
tion is mindful of the confidence you put
in us by allowing us to fill your fashion
wants.
The showing here now of new fashion-
knowing things for early Summer is con-
vincing evidence that your faith in our
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illusionments. These seem to come,
sometimes, uninvited, unheralded, and
often where they are not deserved.
Fortunately, they can be avoided, or
at least overcome. There is the right
and proper place for all those who go
forward with courage and consecra-

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It is axiomatic that the rewards re-
ceived are always commensurate with
what we give in service and unselfish
devotion to the right.

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