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04 uunr The trial lid not conie until some.
[ { time later and during the meantime
M ir i gan Da j 1.ih defendent was at large. Thlu
OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE judge, the jur~y, and the lawyers were
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN biased andI prejudicedl whites who re--I
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Editorial Board....Eugene 11. Gute-kunst
City Editor..... .......... William R. Brever
M1usic and Drama......... William C. Lucas
Woman's Editor........... Julia Muth Brown1
Night Editors
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Paul J. Kerrn Frederick Shillito
Douglas Doubleday
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ern gent leutan would have dlone theI TIRE PLAYERS
same thing that the illiterate and so- With the great Moliere farce "Thel
cially inferior defendent had done. l Doctor In Spite of Himself' and Colin
lile was freed! I Clenents' romantic melodrama "The
And we Americans pride ourselves Haiduc'' The Players will conclude
on this "laud of the free" and this their ambitious program. Financially,
"'home of justice to all." When affairs the Venture has exceeded all expecta-
of this natutre are allowed to be stag- tions. The public has found these
eld withbout any wails of protest, in at sprightly comedies and farces much to
item ocracy, something is wrong. Eith- Itbeit- liking, and packed houses haveI
er our courts are a farce or our (on01greeted every performance. After allj
slit ution is a mere scrap of lpapel'.ithe final test of theatrical success is in

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flow call intelligent Americans sit b".y
and~ allow a low class whiite to murder
in cold 1bl00( a man who is uindoubjt-
edly his superior mentally -- even
though he is a Negro? It is nearly
time that the great mntiddie class were
jwakini;tup to light for universal jus-
Live and to tear away that chlidish
p~rejudice that is retarding the ad-
Valicein et of the southern half of our
(The New York 'limes)
Professor Thorndike of' Columbia is
Ii4 50 1),to m:1h wrought tup as are someilj

the box office, but the performances I
themselves have been of an exception-
ally high order, The program has
been boldly experimental. Rather
than confining production to the co-1
called "sure-fire" comedies, which
usually mean summer stock, such en-
tertainments as "Nothing But, the
Truth", and "Come Out of the Kitch-j
en", the director has ventured to offer
Shaw, Gilbert, Milne, and the extreme
modernist Colin Cambell Clements.
The latter's "The Haiduc", by the way,'
promises to b~e the "high-light" of the
season, exceeding even the "The Doc-
toi- in Spite of Himself", for lavish
protduction. Paul Stephenson is at
present in Ypsilanti training the large
secondary east which forms the back-
ground for this colorful play.
IThe Players presented W. S. Gil- r

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Night Ilrito I'- DI. F. l)OUBLEDAY
That the governmilenit at W\ashinigtoni

by the c ul'reI ' revolt of youth.'' lert's '"Sweethearts" in Pease Audi-
t 'etha Ps he h3as seen it tot) oft en to be'toritim, Ypsilanti, Mlonday evening.
a fraid of it . Possiblihe was in it The 'Monday evening performance
himiself at a time when it was bliss toteiwllearguriemnthr
program for the remainder of the sea--
bealive and very heaven to be youtng.. on
Anyhow, hie thinks rather better of If "'The Haiduc" proves as popular
young mnen and womien because they in Ann Arbor as it has elsewhere it
rebel at a good deal of what they see is possible that the season may be ex-
in the wor'ld. IHe is confident tht tended another week, although there
has been no definite statement to this
theirt redlire protests w il in timte efct
pass into the steady light in Which l * *

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is niot undler con11trol of thie repriescit- G:constructive work can be dlone.
atives of the people buttis5 (outroll(,d It is nau irally in the colleges that
by our ''landed aristrmocracy" seems1 tliist of this youulo1 revolt is tdetec't-
to be confirmed b~y the suppression of Bu ht at wimt thinks is it mtainly
a recently inaugurated nmagazine, iilllkd ? t 'olle e, boys Want to get. rid

"New Masses."
A copy of the first issue xv aS sell?
to the Post Office il pai'tmn tIa lonig
with ali a p1plication)1f10r'sec od (:1class
mailing p~riv'ileges. Shortly afterward4
the editors re'eived i not ice t hat the
mungs zinie was 011 mailable tunder the
act forbidding the mnailing of l ewd ()r.
obscene literalmiire. Nothitng de'finite
wvas wvritteit with the o'd er. AtIe pro-
Ieltati ci-of ithe Itiagazine'%vas sent to
Washiingtoni to illqilire abouimNthe case
--le was informed that ()t,,, pem',n.I
few psae fromi a couple ofi
andi the :,etment' otte of allwhr lath
c'alledlfor'thithIle de nial of miin lg p'i
xileo es.
T'he i igzie fais to Jmrpres~i hill
as beinig ohsceli-'i'0tleasl.t, ot a it 0 1(
that ow, can biuytvat a vl' liiwSs slitid..
.)ottrnia I-i'' - c liitltct s, fila t'tle amid"
unfatvtraiilc.fail Ito lilthe aInv Inentoltn
of ihie awful lewvdness. It seems "qu eel'
that among all noarray01ftteiiodicals
that ('at eir io theli -etlill man"''thai
a quiet, puirposeful Itmagazinle liE' Nelv1
1A i;ses houdI1!be itatitied. Hut, per
hiapsthereis allothler' reasoni.
Thte real r'eason why It'e refusal
was sent to thlis, publication iii pt'tit'-
tilam is be('atw>'e it aittacks and t'on-
(lemns illie preset' it (oliolnic a xteni
anti show~~v a gr'eat. deal of conite(mpt
for the prIesent pol iti cal ot'der. Mv i-
de t y someone, ill Wa shiingt oll was
af'i id of thle ('otis('(ttitces of such it
ma-azitle spr'eadintg its doc'tr'inte'.and
so reverted (to the- easiest tmanner of
stoplping ftl' el 1ech ltini this c-ltos1
Succeeding issue,, if hI l iagit'/.llt-
haves goite thttotugh the hails I tt
motllestedti, t dot'smnot appe'a!' that
the perlsoni resposn sihtle fom' the onil-
ha~s Cdone a ax't bin g hit imnc-a r ii
sat e s.V JUSIC
A coloritedlsolthitm' of Ithe regutlar
ai'riy, l-mlox\ as one11 of thme best driesr,-
oid atl(I hest heia veil ilietinil his col-
punly, was standimng onIlltie edge
of at sidewalk1 over eifrht frt t wide ili
the villa;;(, of Ameicus, (eargi~l ieI
was tacinig the r'oadl way, moolest iiv-
no one.
Towvn the sidewalk cam e a umibe r-
yard night xatchinan, ill-kept, shilft
less, and utnintelligeniitil aptea'anc<i.
With hini was his wife a mi itle1
dautght en. 'Tlle side walk, rem emober,'.was f
eight feet wide butitt ppa telit ly theri't
w a s n o t ro o m fo r' th is ''s op e riiorwh t " s h e t e r i o l o u y p s -
ed the (doughboy inito ithe,'streelt withIi
the a dvice to get off' the sidewall-. The7
soldier was unar'ned, ide no pre-I
tense of fightinig, and other nearbyt
soldiers claim he nevem' made a retoi-
to the gruff commtanid.lint the her('o-
ic nightwatchman wheeled about,;l
whipped out his gtun andl h illed thet
soldier on time spot. All this happened1
nearly a year ago,c

of compnlulsor'y chapel and smnall blame
to thiemi. They wouldt like better'coiu's-
es if in smtmucionxwi thItImore inuspirit;
teacthercts, and still less blame to them.-
T h ey a i'e rep elle~d by cu r r'ent. st a nid a t',nl t r tu e a d a t ad o a s .
ECvery hkind of ciensorsh ip oultriage.
thiemt. ilhey (crave''I'nt irie freed omiitoi
'utter thie thoiught~s tlSat arise in theni.
N\ so('ia i onvettiou amid cumstomar ly
hpl't pettit's of htumali intercourse xwhi ch'
the er el ievt' to be wit hot reawntabmle
jilust ificat ion (li'y'snapthi t intger-s in
scor't. In ibti('f. theit' instict ofIe
volt dir'ects itsel, as is tnt utahlniomighi.
ogainst Itr'aditions and practices amid
rules5 \\ it ichlibt hex atr'a mostiinine-
diattt'Ix-itnconituct , an d vhiiht' h 1ey
Ought they not. howvetr. to lift uI
!Ii ii' eyes so as tite itle to see e-
fuoiris chit-lisliouldt he str-iventifor omit,
sjlthle li'social a attl iadliuic walls lie-
hin whm xlichithex' live? \Windt ve itean
is iliicatedl in the remark of an Enmg-
lish lectturer' whlo hastbeeit ' eli51c'i it
sotme time iln an mi erniican 111i vet-sity.v
Wruitilug of the imiprelssionms lhe terti vet1
r t mIN"yotithi le was itryig to
etich1, lie Spea~ks enithunsiastically', ot3
t litc' lene'gy, thieit' keennlestot tearni,
litMt hopeful out look, their or'ganilzingl
ab~ility,. the'ir'grouip atctivities, llhei' I
hiappy c(ontfidence'l- hlint he wxold o?"
thitoughit andi art lit's plastic' unlderE
WA'Y hiatids. Buit1one' lack lhe niotedl
It wxas thIat. all t his stir and 'nlar'ge'
nicil't 'it liltett inturt'mllettes had altmost
inl t-ouditions'' It almost 5seetmi5an
it lie thotughit of time evtlt ot' youth ii
II, ourl untiv ersities a's, aftei' all, a
aloist et-ed rtue, itIdidl nottiimpinuge
upon~ te gr'eatt'ltlitllttit V about it.-
tlommit less thie cotr atst, w.it lI uglatud
andl the ( mitimowxas in Ithe back (V
(1iia1 it.ughishi anitlPretich and (1eritritn


1"A(' LTiY (ONC(ERTr
'MariatiSt ruble Fireemitani, tviolinist,
Auaude Okkelberg, pluanist, and Barrej
HllI baritone, will present the fol-
lowilug progrminil the tird oft~lI
setries of Faculty concer'ts this even-
ig at 8 o'clock in lill auditot'iumm.
IC ri to Tt'' he Masked Ball"''...Ver~di
j Allet'gl'Iianali le
l l tha tit'raniquilloI, Vivace
Atlle-grettr'o grazia so
r ;Fs. FrMltanl amnd Mrs. Okkelbherg
'T'he (C'ryst al CGazer ........ Kramer
Little h atese ......Pierce
I I leineoi ima lice ..........,.Taber '
The Last. Song ......... Rogers
Mr. Hill . . . .. .
Wa Izer ......... I Itinel-IIuI'Iestet'
The WValn11ut Tree .... Schumtan n-suer'
Mr's. Freemn
.'iotii liten ii 1>y lv Ms. Maud(e Ok-
1reli1crg amid i)wight Steere-
Tihie awxvardinag of the P'ulIitzer' Prize
for t he tdratmn to "'(Craig's Wife'' by
for t' c tedrantia 10o' Craige's Wile'' by
I G eorg e Kel ly seenis to mueet wxith thelie
widest approval. The play was gen-
erally hailed as the highlight of thej
altun1111 seasotn in New York. The
vxxorEc of the ant hor' of the 'Tor'ch-
iic~i-em's"amid the t'5ho' off it is, where
hose are light an imin tsely funny, C
,t grim relentless chars eter-study, in
e-very irespet succes sful1. The wife who
sacrifices ex'ervone, everything, around
hier to ltwep her hiome' her ownt- - a
Isptn lss, isen mlless refl ectioni of her -
self', is a masterful (Teat ion; awr-
w o-a n i ru ri ta t i nig , in fu rm ia ltin g a t , t i ma es , a l-\% ; V m o s i u l e n h r
orre mnyi fin shI's of A1-. Kelly's wit
tt moo ginitit I tie pRitau~tilits dulihtyis
Ibseneque -indeetd it can standtil its
ffeet beside most of Ibsen.-
Tfhe Illax' is itncluied itn the most
r'ecent issue Of the 1ui11'ns :BanmtlIc ''Best
Plays;''sel"ies, and i is wormthi a careful
' eatliuig, as one of thoi very fewx sig-
niicant i'ontriibui tis toiiAm ericanm
drua mat i itetraturme.

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livelier interest imi political affairs, "RIICH ARD )WAGNAR~: As lie Lived''
anld class thtemiselx'es its 'aliicals not btv williatn Wallace,
univ toti1the itellectuaR anth theoretic ''I~i)hIiF10' SCiI MANN''byHr er'iert
side, bultton pblic h(- ilest ioims, 1WNe (to'-BedIfordl.
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hwIn4 thaIlit iiax'e ottlivetlitliii'timnidut Iintall. William Wallace's study of
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and restricted evils and mnore to the coachman follows his horses, having
public mischiefs and wrongs which firm hold on the reins and guiding
cry out for correction and redress. themi."-Hare.

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