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January 11, 1922 - Image 2

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L1 ~ ~ a t IConference schools, where hundred dollar pledges
__areasked. THE MATINEE MUSICAL CLUB
To say that the association has gone back on its
MIC.nO H ENIEST word, "morally, if not legally," is to show either an PRESENTS
ig cxeit Monday dring tk. Wie ignorance or a tendency to overlook the facts as TH HT Gr-WI 'IE1V., ~- HI-IA BOUR~.G _- CZAPLINSKI TRIO
c:lofiJ Student Publicatioi., they exist. And to try to blame a lack of student 'IIi 1lL 1 .iJ LJi~
CIT ASOIAEDPRSSspirit on an Athletic association in which "Law Su- EDITH TITCHFIELD PIANIST HENRI CZAPLINSKI, VIOLINIST
~~ ~ to ti~~ ~ dent" claims to have lost confidence, is only to try B RSH M O R,'ELS
'at Alrl djtMii,*r et sitth eposbiiyfo oniioIfwhcn a Program of Chamber Music at 4 p. i., Thursday, January 12
ceatAn Ab~,'i ga" t e~ad he hesitates to admit the existance -- that of slug-gihes ASSEMBLY HALL, MICHIGAN UNION
or mail, 3.50.-
seass building, Maynard Stree. SN L D ISO 10
9Editorial, 2414 "MUSIC HATH-"
exceed 30o words, if signed, the sig- "Msckosncntoaiya<rtroc e TICKETS ON SALE AT GRAHAM'S AND WAHR'S BOOKSTORES. MEMBERSHIP TICKETS ADMIT MEMBERS
leari rnbtasatvdneo The Mat.nee Musicale club expresses its thanks to Mr. Graham for the use of this space
will be published in The. Daily at the marked. Asbets general in its apn alsmu
letormaldtThDayofie sic inherently steps over the lines artificially cre-
vii receive no consideration. No man-
less the, writer inclose postage. ated by men, and strikes a universal chord. While DETROIT UNITED LINES -
necsaesys ndrarheietiltsy a'sdeirnormaerarginma oninhimeAn rsrannJcsoimentscilg PlotEdeJackPlain-PaiStonhn
music knows no such restrictions, It sing to the ( Eatr Standard Tim)1 idSlvrTra 'r
OALSAFvirtues. Detroit Limited and Express Cars - 6:00,7T
ephione 2414 a.tm., 7 :oo a. i., 8:00 a. in., g :oo a. m. and Q A II, E'r1 i5
If an education would accomplish anything , it oirly to 9 :o p. QU LTmH M TTH"G S O
"... BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL ogtt aetesuetfo arw rvn Jackson Express Cars (local stops of Ann
ougt o aketh sudnt ro anarow povn- Arbor), 9:47 a. in, and every two hours to 711 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHONE 1626
into9a47tP.that arechtesOver Arcade.Theota.
..........Hugh W. Hitchcock cial line of thinking, it at tap recae Local Cars East Bound-5 :5a~m., 7oo:1,00e Aaaehetr
........... . P. Lovejoy, Jr. world thought and world movements. Here at the m. and every two hours to1 :o p. in., t t.0:2
p. m. To Ypsilanti only- u t:4 p.mIf., 1 MRS. G. E. ICKbLE AN ARBOR, MICIGA!
G. P Ovrran University, what better means could be had than a. i., ti :u a. in.
M. B. .btani To Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
tPaul wat el those which frequent concerts afford the student Local Car West Bound-7 :50 a. m~., 2:4_______________________________________
............ Armstrong Kern body? Nearly every recital gives us the pulse of a 'To Jackson and Kalamazoo-Limited cars:
E.R M itdifferent folk. XW e do o8:47,eelag istth o acksona. i.,1:4,2.47, 4:47
E. . Mis . nO een eue aaint tne To ackson and Lannsing - Limited: :47
........Thornton W. Sargent, Jr. musicians of our enemies in the late war; their mu- 3-~
.Sid..........Gere. Soane sic will entertain us long before their commercial 1922 JANUARY 1922:
...........GorgeB .Rateinel products have regained their former place in the , I T I
..... ...Elizabeth Vickery world market. 1 2 3 4 b 6 7
."""""""".""""Z R. Meiss We have here countless 8potuiie9ora- 6 1 0 171 1 10 14
L. Fenwic ..Le vancement of the tendencies toward musical appre- 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
ro ethy G. Getz Robert M. Loeb ciation. Where the average college man is prone to 29 30 31
B. Grundy J. E Mack NvET E
tdyebeth Heath Kathrine Montgomery value only that tone and rhythm which appeals to We do all kinds of higlghclass Rat
rona A.. libbardR.C Moriarty the senses rather than to the mind, ourfrqetpJ.r.Poiu work at pre-war prices. )Tats turned smd 0ca'
a rry D. lo y J-F o tu
ges Holmquist Lillian Scher twilight concerts, the chords of the organ or or- isde out, with all new trimmings,
E. Howett R. B. Tarrarasonasew
aion Kerr Virginia Tryon chestra, the exquisite notes of Kreisler's "Venitian FreACTgORY A TSOR.
S. Kerr Dorothy Whipple
. A.Klavr L L. ostCaprice" orthe simple artistry of John McCor- F17TORY HAT STRE
A.orW Klein J. B. Yostg or
cior W KlenB.Yon mack's rendition of folk songs, all should furnish a Telephone 1792-
orge E. Lardner new source of inspiration to the student, and should_______________
liNESS STAFF tend to elevate his mind to an appreciation of the Calkin Pletcher rug Co and t~e Cushing
lephone 960 finer and more permanent values of life. drug Co in~te he inpctio f m Ofcu
.. ..VERNON F. HILLERY _______________ .
......F. M. Heath, A. . Parker c SIXTEEN TO ONE P 2 5 is o u n
.........Nathan W. Robertson "Speech is silver, silence is golden". IEBO I?
..........John J. Hames, Jr. The old phrase can well be applied to our
...........Herold C. Hunto thoughts. Few people think the same and one may / O ~1
Assistantsdifrrdclywtthoinosoante.W tPU S
rd Cutting H. Willis Heidbreder difrrdclywtthopnnsfaohe.W tPPE
Prentiss W. Kenneth Gabraith good does it do to make a caustic renmark or a sar---
sce Moue 7. A. Dryer
in Godring RicadHiemnl csi reflection upon another's ideas? Xhere crit-
Stevens T. H. Wolfe i icism is carefully considered and tactfully given, itTar
ste PakPuhBu a e of great value. But criticism made without In a t st~em AHM O
Qm carefully thinking is usually worse than useless. moisture TWO S'TORES
It is indeed true that "Speech is silver, but si-
LY, JANUARY 11, 1922 lence is golden" and the ratio is 16 to I. Agent for the united Sats and Caaau
~-.E DMJ.GROSVENOR NICHOLAS & CO.. Inc._
r-. E. CAAM, J.1 East 4801 Street ;yew York Ciy
Someday, somehow, some motorist is going to hit __________________________
'-R. M. Loeb something at that pesky southwest corner of the
J. P. Comstock campus, and then maybe something will be done
______________________ about it. At any rate, somebody will probably be
gNTE OUTRIE bured.The unusual sze of the din-
ing ro ae tpsil
gaily was published a cor- An economic waste - buckles on galoshes. ro ae tpsil
"Law Student," asking for
m the Athletic association Cheer up, only three months to 'spring vacation.
fixed for basketball games. _______________________
.at such a ,request is most
ihas the association has al-Te sc p
sons for the charge and has vini e lec p
which substantiate it. A re--
ogether with a comparison of 'Fven with Iage'c rowdsth r'
:)s h wt a h uh ro h h o cr Vot kept in touch with the af- The other night we went to the concerta
our hope that the communica- Not to see Kreisler, but to hear him, n r ltALp n t th i h gn
Lg of a sentiment prevalent on As all music lovers should.nora r p ngt thi h ga
Our desire was fulfilled. /
ment of basketball as a major We did hear Kreisler but all we saw was C afe Hitf lbo
,loss from this form of corn- Nothing. C f tra ln yo l o o m
mated $6,ooo, and yet no ad- By the way
rged, nor has the regular ath- Have you ever sat
the admission. In the last row
flast year, following action of Of the last gallery
s, it was announced that the Of Hill auditorium
niot admit students to indoor Behind the only post in the building?
:n the matter rested until De- It was the closest to Heavend
basketball tickets were placed We may ever get. 'The Michigan Cafeteria is,
rs for six games. The asso- But it sure was a at 6n Flas Liberty Sret
ns for making the charge. Ex-. Helluva place to sit. '

but let us omit that, as the
communication seems willing The Old Stuff__________________________________________________
efresh memories, however, let That peg-top spirit is not dead. Just today we
that the athletic fee had been saw a "colleger" with a potent bull pup~ tugging at
ttwo dollars as the communi- the leash. If there should be roll call 'at Joe's to-j
toblee hl h te n- morrow it wouldn't be such a great surprise-after -r - -
st doubled. that. f * *
pointed out that an increase in 'din . zh-
:e care of the basketball games Quoth Eppie Taff:
but a small proportion of the Poor Jakey Schmidt We are headquarters for Ladies and Men's Sport, Hiking and Riding Togs, Skating Breeches,
1.This fact is most obvious; Went down and out, Knickers and Riding Habits for Ladies. A large assortment to select from in Wool, Serge, Cor-
fght never have been registered No boarding house duroy jersey, Whipcord, etc. Also Sport Hose Leather and Wrap Puttees.x
bled or tripled. The associa- Served sauerkraut.
he fairest play has caused it - Benedicte. Tom Wye Knitt Coats, Vests and Sweaters of all kinds.
ose not students of the facts. 0 . LArm ySh rts wih1d'ouble
charge agreed upon cannot be Our Latest Song entitled : S irsV*kA
e cents a game is iow enough, "Believe Me, You're Some Pat-head." elbow and lined, at $3.35
hat is being charged for genl- --Dedicated by Canada Harry to the prize cabbage
ssi~on by most Conference at the County Fair. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WOOL
e, we have by far the lowest
ig Ten university, the others The Usual ConversationB LKTS ad RES
ten dollars. There are two sides to the Daily, the buisness and BLLIDAKETLOS, And TBROBNRIES
ented in every major Confer- the editorial sides, each a distinct division of the A LKN S L O O S L TB R ANPIE
at least one of the schools Press building. This state of affairs made possible Corduroy Reefers, O'Coats, Sheepskins, Gloves, Hose, Shoes
etic fee than we maintains no the followng repartee.y,>
ver, our own Athletic associa- Male Voice (answering Daily business telephone Brief or MUSIC Cases, etc., now at lowest pJrices,3
igan a finer all-round athletic at 7:30 p. i.) : There's no one here on this side.
tool in or out of the Confer- Co-ed: Aren't you there?
a few universities have larmer Male Voice (disgustedly) : No, I'm not on this
, taken as a whole, Ferry field side. P'm on the other side.
trade with any institution. Famous Closing Lines Suplup plyStr
nt has been paid for out of "How do you get that weigh," said the stout lady "It pays to ivalk a fev blocks"
>.We have had no subscrip- as the penny scale estimated her at 250 lbs. I 213 N 4th Ave.
3s are now in progress at two EoRM. 1

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