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J. E. Campbell
SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1916
Night Editor..........E. L. Ziegler
Underneath the shade of back yard
trees in small towns throughout the
nation, men who have never received
a diploma from any sort of an insti-
tution, will while away part of the
spring and summer days by harang-
uing high school seniors about get-
ting to work and forgetting the dream
of college. "Why look here," they will
prop up as one argument, "College
makes criminals out of honest boys.
Just look at Orpet from Wisconsin and
-." Then it is possible they may
name Dr. Arthur Warren Waite,'09D,
of the University of Michigan. Many
Michigan undergraduates have heard
the old, old lie that prisons are crowd-
ed with college graduates. And a pop-
ularity seeking press often spreads im-
pressions just as bad.
Last year a Michigan graduate made
a murderous assault upon his father-
in-law. Four or five other alumni
have been accused of felonies. But
the proportion of the 30,000 alumni
which has fallen into disgrace is es-
timated at something like a few hun-
dredths of one per cent. This is far
below the percentage of criminality
among men who have not attended
college, and when compared with the
amount of power and good that men
possessing collegiate degrees are re-
sponsible for, the occasional alumnus
criminal, who gets so much free pub-
licity, fades into insignificance.
It hurts any undergraduate or al-
umnus in reading about the army of
men gone out from the inspiration of
his Alma Mater, to hear that one or
two of them have lost ground in the
time-aged battle between the devil and
the super-man. But a recurrence to
reason and actual statistics will keep
any healfhy student, alumnus or out-
sider from losing any sleep over an
incident such as the alleged murder by
KAC PLANS TO REBUILD SHOP
Divert Money of New Library Toward
Building of Fireproof Structure
According to a statement made
Thursday by :Dean George W. Bissel, of
the M. A. C. engineering department,
reconstruction work will be started
at once on the foundations of the de-
Plans are already under way and the
funds which were to go for the new
library will be diverted to this pur-
pose, so that the contracts will be
finished by October 1, in time for the
next year of school. The buildings
are to be fireproof and the shops will
be erected in units, the foundry, forge
and pattern shops all being separate.
Look over the Michigan Daily Ad-
10:3-Morning service wih sermon
on, "The Religious Justification of
Doubt," by Rev. R. S. Loring.
11:45-"The Ann Arbor School
Question," discussed before the Social
Service Class by Mr. L. D. Carr.
6:30-Illustrated Lecture on, "The
Tyrol," by Dr. H. J. Schmitz.
D AILY INTERVIEWS
1J AND COM MENTS
If we start this column after the
fashion of the military .,expert re-
viewing the battle of Verdun, we will
say of the Opera that it proves two
thing: first, that Michigan audiences
are happiest when hearing Michigan
songs; secondly, that Union opera
casts are happiest when singing them.
It may seriously be doubted wheth-
er college operas can be professional,
or even granting that they can, that
they want to be. Not a little of the
charm which attends "Tres Rouge" is
in the exhibition of full-grown and
consequently clumsy young men imi-
tating the modern young woman. The
audience does not especially care to
see a professional show. It is the very
college atmosphere which creates the
The most satisfactory way to solve
a problem is to meet it frankly and
directly. Michigan operas are staged
by Michigan students; Michigan stud-
ents and alumni attend them; play-
ers and spectators are essentially in-
terested in a portrayal of college life
and spirit. Ergo, Michigan operas
should be Michigan operas. Would
you have proof of this conclusion?
Well, then, the song hit of "Tres
Rouge" is "Men of the Maize and
E. R. S.
SUNDAY SERICES IN
First Congregational Church
Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas preaches at
10:30 o'clock on the topic "In Train-
At morning worship at 10:30 o'clock
Rev R. S. Loring preaches o. "The
Religious Foundation for Doubt."
Jewi lsl Student Congregation
Rabbi Horace Wolf, of Rochester,
N. Y., will speak at 6:45 o'clock in
The theme at 10:30 o'clock service
will be "Doubt--The Vitality of Faith."
First Church of Christ, Scientist
At the 10:30 o'clock service the sub-
ject will be "Reality."'
Church of Christ (1)isciples)
Rev. Geo. W. Knepper will preach
at 10:30 o'clock on the subject "The
Work and Influence of a Common
First D1. E. Church
"The Greater Christianity" will be
Rev. A. W. Stalker's theme at the 10:30
First Baptist Church
At 10:30 o'clock Rev. J. Mason Wells
will preach on "The Perfect Life."
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
Litany, confirmation and sermon at
10:30 a. m. by the Rt. Rev. Chas. D.
WVilliams, B3ishop of Michigan. Spe-
cial musical service at 7:30 o'clock.
THE CAMU N RE
The home of Professor Henry Earle
Riggs of the engineering college has
been quarantined on account of scar-
let fever in the famfily.
Dr. T. 31. Iden was presented with
an open face Hamilton gold watch and
gold chain, by the members of the
University Men's Bible Class and the
Upper Room Bible Class at his third
annual banquet given last Friday eve-
ning at the Church of Christ.
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