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PAOt TWO
01&iw mnirrplaywrights and actors will find sol-
ace in a sympathetic audience-a con-
uir41 g i it di dition which may contribute much to-
OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE ward the advancement of the drama.
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN__
SUMMER SESSION
Published every morning except Monday TACIT SUGGESTION
during the University Summer Session by During the heated discussion about
the Board in Control of Student Publica-
tions. the new stadium from which Professor
Yost emerged victor, there was a great I
The Associated Press is exclusively en- Ys mre itr hr a ra
titled to the use for republication of all news deal of criticism from the administra-!
dispatches credited to it or not other wise tors in regard to athletics taking tooI
credited in this paper and the local news pub-I
lished herein. much of the students' time. They1
were under the impression, and cor-
Entered at the Ann Arbor, Michigan,ra
postoflice as second class matter.rectly So. fat the athlete was held
Subscription by carrier, $i.5o; by mail, in highest esteem by the student body,
Offices: Press Building, Maynard Street, and the winning teams were the main
Ann Arbor, Michigan. attraction for a r l e majorit-. "Alas-

THE SUMMER MXOIIAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JULY 21. 1926

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TONIGH. The Organ Recital in
Hill auditorlum, at S o'clock.
sTOMORROW NIGHT: Second her-
forumuce of "The Doctor in Spite of
Himesif." by The Players.
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THE ORGAN RECITAL
Palmer Christian of the School ofI

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Special Tables of Books of
Interest' to Educators
GRAHAM'S
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' Music faculty will give the fifth of the
(oumonications, if signed as eviaence of alack," they cried. faculty series of concerts in Hill audi-
good faith, will be published in The Summer We wonder how many of these ad- .
Daily at the discretion of the Editor. -Jn- ',torium this evening. He will give an
signed communications will receive no can- ministrators have ever stopped to
sideration. The signature may be omitted in r eorgan recital consisting of the fol-
publication if desired by the writer. The realize thetacit suggestions toward lowing numbers:
Summer Daily does not necessarily endorse the glorification of the athlete that are er
the sentiments expressed in the comnmunica- Jubilee Overture ........,.,.,...,.,Weber
Lons. on the campus. In lparticular, one of Cantabile.....................Hagg
them. low many men have ever stop- Capriccio..................Faulkes
EDITORIAL STAFF tied to look at and contemrp late the Carci ......... ile
Telehon 49 pe toloo at nd ontemiatetheLanidscape in Mist .... .... Karg-Elert
Telephone 492,.>' main entrance to the Union? Over the asivs.. r
MANAGING EDITOR door are two statues-one. an athlete Largo.....................ivld
MANNING HOUSECWORTH au h te coa.Teahee Prelude ....................... Liszt
a nd th e other, a scholar. Th e athleteDem Snt )........Gimn
C hairman, Dream~s (sonata 7) .....Guihnanlt
Editorial Board Iugene 11. .ntakunst attired in a track suit, is a splendid- Scherzo (Sonata 5) ..... Guilmant
City Editor. ..........illiamn R. Breyer ,Shro(oaa5 ...Gimn
Music and Drama....,....William C. Lucas ly built man, straight, sturdy looking lieesttod (Tristan and isolde)
Woman's Editor. , .........Julia Ruth Brown with bulgin"g muscles, and droud mien
Night Editors .. ...r.berger.The scholar is wearing his gown, his * * *I
WVilton A. Simpson Theo~dore llornberger t
Paul J. Kern Frederick Shillito cap in one hand, and a book n the THEATRE NOTES
Douglas Doubleday other. He is pot-bellied and not a lit-
tle too shuldeed. He ook The "California Stagers" a remnark-
AssistantsIt
Gail Lyons Thaddeus Wasielewski straight ahead but it is not a proud able professional group, whose activ-E
George T. McKean Morris Zwerdling look, it has more of a commonplace, ities to date have been largely itiner-
BUSINESS { TA ky hangdog appearance. ant will be established fo rthe com-
After comparing the mighty war- ing season in Portland, Ore., occupy-
Telephone 21214 i tor with the despicable scholar, what ing the new Civic Theatre there. The -
BUSINESS MANAGER student would not quickly decide that program as announced yesterday isl
PAUL W. ARNOLDsu
Circulation..................Keneth Haven the former is the type he would like noteworthy. The productions for the
Advertising.......,......F...Francis Noruist to be and the kind he must look up season which are listed as follows,
Assistants to? challenge any stock organization in
Edward Solomon William F. (C'ak Compare them for yourself! point of excellence and variety.
A. A. Milne.......The Dover Road'
Most criminals with their political- Rachel Crothers . . ....."Mary the 3rd"
WEDNEa:SDAY, .JULY 21, 1926 I ly powerful friends, know more about dw. J.- Mayer ....."The F Cirebrana"
escalping from the clutches of the lawvKrlCpk R .,
Night Editor--WM. H. STOCKWELL than ex rerepntiimgsh- iaoet -Pn-w . rel Capek............"R. U. R."
than an expert criminal lawyer." -Philip Barry .............."You and I"
--------ethandaihawx.rt."Aiminaldlawyer.""
ANOTHER FRIENCII CRISIS Judge John H. Lyle. Bernard Shaw ..""As and the Ma"
Eugiene O'Neill....."The Hairy Ape"
The Briand cabinet has fallen, like m awo w nes M3 .Barrie..............
many of its predecessors, and the Ai tene ow visbl n mrian . . . "What Every Woman Knows"
franc continues to decrease steadily. si Owen Davis..........."The Detour"
government, which, in my opinion, is[
Caillaux caused the overthrow when dan est, hh, sii and opo iLennox Robinson...............
he demanded the powers of a financial Tuy of American institul ionsM."-R . .ai ... .."TheWhite Haired Boy"
dictator in order to save the falling D =avid Beiasco..... ....
currency. The plan for unlimited pow- . . "The Return of Peter Grimm"
era in stabilizing the franc has goneal u Booth Tarkingtou......"Roce-Briar"
with the cabinet that put it forth- France. A crown prince has not uoLeonid Andreyev............-.
it has been completely destroyed.- to d ..hen th ere is somthing to be . "Te Who Gets Slapped"
nothing was left in its place' ibG, I becOme remiet' When ther' Gordon Kean ..........."The Hindu"
pndertke t Elmer Rice. The Adding Machine"
Edouard Herriot has now undra isn't, 1 revolt to the ranks.'' Arist ide * lmrRie .TeAdngMcie

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If you would be independent at sixty years of age, you
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some of your pleasures. And the rewards are so great that
any inconvenience it may cause is scarcely worthy of being
mentioned.

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away where it will be safe, preferably in a strong
When it is large enough to warrant investment on a
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larger
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cn tihe task of forming a new cabin-
et. What a thankless job he faces,.
and what an unlucky, choice he is forj
a premier! When H ierr-iot was ousted
in 1924, he was beginning to put into
practice the desperate plan of inflat-I
ing the currency and was considering
the extremely radical move of confic-
ca, Oig private wealth to save the
nearly gankrupt nation. One can only

Briand.
EDITORIAL COMMENT
TiMELY SECOND THOUGHT S
(The New York Times)
The "besetting sin" of college men,

And incidentally. Mr. Robert Hen-
derson's company which will be es-
tablished at Rockgord, Ill., this fall,
will open their season with "The Fire-
brand," a good selection.
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"11IFMLT" IN RECITAL
Prof. Ray K. Immel's class in
Shakesperean reading appeared in re-
cital Monday evening. "Hamlet" was
the victim. It must be said in all
fairness that the proceedings were
considerably more interesting that the
usual Shakesperean recital, but a hot
summer evening is hardly conducive
to arousing any particular enthusiasm

Remember how few men of sixty years of age are self-
supporting and how easily they might have been.
Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Two Offices
Corner Main and Huron Streets, 707 N. University Ave.

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wonder if he forms a cabinet whether as Chancellor Brown described it to
or not his prescription for the sick his graduating class, is to "buy" an
franc will be to make it worthless1education as they would a commodity
that F'rance's debt may be wiped out and then "ste it away to keep." He
in the German manner. added that our institutions of learning
It is doubtful if a government form- wil have failed "unless the American
ed fron the extremeists of the Left i people become a people capable of

andl the Right can survive any long-' taking second thought," and taking it' for platform rading, and we somehow
er than its predecessor It is likely|"when it is still forethought." Hith- felt that the treaders were themselves
that such a cabinet will defeat the !erto, our custom of thinking in anci- a trifle bored. How devitalized the
debt settlement with America for the cnt phrases and acting on improvised soliloquies of the Shakespearian drama
men who overthrew Briand are aiso mottoes has not led us "fatally wrong," have become through constant de-
the sworn enemies of the Berenger- 1but our great wealth and our com- claiming by budding elocutionists
Mellon agreement. With such an at- imanding position in the affairs of the with more ambition than ability was
titude the much needed help from Am- I world now make it imperative that we tragically apparent last evening. Even
erica will probably be withheld andI act "not upon instant emotion and the magic of a Barrymore cannot quite
France will lose her credit. impulse, but upon matured intellig- dispell the staleness which association
France is in a precarious condition. ence and moral purpose." This critic- has brought to once glowing passages.
Treasury needs are pressing, its legal ism of our higher education is drastic Of course Professor Immel's young
limit has been nearly reached, the but it differs from that voiced of late performers rather wilted in such mo-
debt increases steadily,. the American, iby other college presidents only in; ments. Evidences of excellent train-
debt problem is tar from settled, and r trenchancy of thought and salience of ing were by no means lacking from
a new budget, has not been consider- phrase, the recital, however, and as a sort of
ed. Chancellor Ii'own cited the World glorified class room exercise, it was
Prance's incoming government has court and the armament conferences quite satisfactory-or nearly so.
a huge task on its hands which must j as "practical measures which look to Wililaim C. Lucas.
be settled quickly and wisely if Franca "international justice and collabora-
is to be saved from bankruptcy. tion in place of international war," draft Treaty of Mutua lAssistance of
and so demand progressive attention. 1923, the Protocal of 1924 and the
A N iGR( ThEATRE 'He clearly alluded to the League of i Treaties of Locarno were all efforts,
New York's, and incidentally Amer- Nations,( though he refrained from made by the loftiest and most power-
ica's, first comunmity theater owned Iexplicit comment, lhven among the j ful intellects of Europe, to give
by Negroes will be opened this fall in possessors of brand new sheepskins itI validity to the sanctions of the Cove-
the heart of Harlem's colored district. is probably wise to sheer off from I nant without creating a superstate.
The Frogs, Negro theaterical or- current controversy, Yet in the history Each marked a long stride forward,
ganization, which is sponsoring this j of the world theer is probably no insti- but the end is not yet. In the case of
movement was organized some years tittion, not even our own Constitution, the World court, "advisory opinions"
ago by Negroes prominently concern- which so aptly illustrates the value of as also in the case of the armament
ed with the stage. Such men as Bert the timely second thought; and, conferences, "otentials of war"-
Willianms, Beb Cole, and George WV. granted a modicum of good temper, present crucial problems still in
Walker devoted their energies toward the fact may le developed without process of being solved. No university
making Frogs what it is now, roiling political passions. Take that i wishing to educate young men to
A theater of this sort should be matter of sanctions, In The Cove-I second thoughts--and third thoughts
welcomed by all who have a real in- nanter, issued in 1919 by a group of and twentieth thoughts -- could do

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terest in the drama. It is a known fact
that Negro plays - especially when
their casts are entirely made ttp of
blacks receive very little attention I
throughout the country. Audiences
merely tolerate them everywhere. But
this state of affairs will not be uni -
versally true now-the Negroes will
be able to really express themsehes
before appreciative audiences.
Persons familiar with the Negro and
his artistic tendencies believe him
capable of creating much that is l
worthwhile. In a little theater locat-

prominent pro--League Republicans better than to prescribe a course on
including William Howard Taft and current progress toward organized
George W. Wickersham, we find peace.
this as to Article XVI, written by
President Lowell of Harvard: DETROIT,-William B. Mayo, chief
"This sanction is automatic on the engineer of the Ford Motor company,
part of the members of the League. is in a serious condition in a New
In case of a resort to war contrary York hospital where he recently un-
to the Covenant, they -undertake derwent an operation for appendicitis,
jointly and severally to subject the it was learned here today.
offending nation to the prescribed
penalty immediately - not if and Each year the sea receives 157,000,-
when directed by the Council." 000 tons of sodium from the rivers into
At that date, "automatic" sanctions which the rains have washed it from

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