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Critics who have been predicting O SR L
°--the passing of jazz music have waited
OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THlE in vain to see their predictions real-' ' "
UNITERSITY OF MICHIGAN ized. The wierd moaning of the sax-111ThIREE HSNNSR
Published every morning except Monday ophone continues to please AmericanlIH~NA O
during the University year by the Board in dancers.IIN!
Bunt jazz music, while not becomingI "NIGHT BEFORE LAST Mary Gar-
Member of Western Conference Uitor'ial extinct, is changing. It is becomingde'adIgvashw"rmkdte
Association,,, less noisy and more harmonious. Mere " n aeashw"rmre h
Old LumnleGHoednth e c lqueford
The Associated 'Press is exclusively fe n-I clangy noise no longer appeals to the;
titled to the use for republicatin o pualictseweestew~vni
news dispatches credited pa it or not other-pbi ate hra tewaig inALite ryHoenthWs'ad
thee Scthbli~.'B-:credited in this paper and the~ local1 of old melodies or, opera numbersth coyer of te~o~ ald.'c
news published therein, with the modern daiice music scores'tween the grenadier pianist, the lamb-
Lw~eredl at the p.ostoffice at Ann Arbor, heavily with the listeners. If One ent Mary=, and the house i had an in-
Michigan, as second class matter. hears the latest idance !ecords or trsigeeig A seat o h
Subscription by, carrier or mail, $3 50. I-'_.1TsL__w ____ r_ _ -_;te sin ev ig.o th

__-_,- _..._e
. .___.

The undertakers' do
It's pitiful to watch
And (lw~nd~e.
One more thling.
Whly not have a tag day
gent theaters?

a thriving'
the classes






for the inl-

11O11.7' S TOR ES

Otffices; Ann Arbor Press Building, May-
nard Street.
Phones: Editorial, 2414 and 176M; Busi-
ness. 46o.
Communications not to exceed Soo wort,
if signed, the signature not necessarily to
appear in print, but as an evidence of faith,
anid nsotices of ev.ents will be published in
The Daily at the discretion of the Editor, if
Itift at or mailed to The Daily office,.tUn
signed commtunications will receive no '^on-
sideration. No manuscript will be returned
unless the writer encloses postage. The Daily
does -not ne'jessarily endorse the sentiments
expressed in the communications.
Telephones, 2414 and 176-M
K'ews l ditor.... ...... ...Paul Watzel
City E~ditor..........James ti. Young
Assistant City Editor.. .....Marion Kerr
Editorial Board Chairman......E. R. Maiss
Night Edtors-
Ralph Byers Hairy Hoey
J. P. Dtawson, Jr J. E. Mack
L~. 3. Hershdoi,rr R. C. Moriarty
H. A. Donahue
Sports Editor ....,....... H. Mc~ixej
Sunday Magazine 'Editor...Delbert Clark
Womien's Editor ........Marion Koch
Humor Editor.............. Donald Coney
Conference Editor ....... ..... H. B. Grundy
Pictorial Editor ................. Robert Tarr
Music Edi :r ..................i4. H. Ailes

Paul Whiteman or Isham Jones lie
Iwill observe in them the same swing; stage is a delicate position. The and-
and rhythm that makes jazz music an ience is able to read
American institution, but he will note ! your i nm os t
an entire absence of the obnoxious' thoughts as they-
noisy effects so prevalent in earlier ( ~ pa cos yu
presentations of this form. He will a1- p pleasant coun t e n-
so observe that th~e older and perhaps kne.ownothewhand
more melodious compositions can be konohrhn
put to jazz rhythm and furnish sur- you have the ad-
prisngl aceptble anc muic.vantage of being
Trheinguthaccethablejainmusi aAe to get an intimate slant at your
ather tithtz is nyeotlving friends in the house. I know three of
alogter t smeey eolig into; mine I shall cut on the ground o.,
something else, better perhaps, and'termsclapeito.Tecn
at least more soothing to the ear. termsclapeito.Tecn
Popular music constantly undergoes; stant tendency is to make a speech.
such change, and a study of its post jIrsWandmsl ihdfiut
mgtreveal that its variety of style! after t-he 'cellist had finished The
has been exceeded only by the far Song of India,' but when the whose
famed and fickle- Paris fashions, fotrwlac forward and ap-
________________plauded as one man, I figured. they
SMYTHESLIPS4 were getting what they richly -de-
sered. Like the performance of one
It is a. fact that most of the protests of our philosophy pfofessoi's, it was
that Smnythe has voiced lately have,' good vaudcville,' but I don't want

Now turn over an read what they,
said this morning about the Opera.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
"Bully for The Daily" wa., what I
felt. like shouting out to someone
when I read your editorial article
Tuesday morning on "Attending
Church". It is not so much what the~
facts actually are as what you say
t'~ey are that greatly cheered the soul!
x one of t'?e local hainisters who is
swveatin; blood on the job of hog, to!
[make religion real in a college town.
The clause I want more light upon
is this, "a goodly percentage of Mich-
igan students actually attend church."
Is this so?-
I have talked with Father Bourke.
end with most of the Protestant pas-;
tors since comning to this cty ten'
weeks ago. My guess would he that
on an absolutely ideal. Sunday for tak-
ing statistics, with no hig game the
day before and no blue book the day
after, we are lucky if we get as many
as two thousand students in all of the
services of all of our churches. Is my
guess right or wrong?
This figure of one out of fve is a
better average than will be true of
anay ordinary c&ty. But the four out
of- five who didn't warm a church
cushion are the cl'ps I want to know
s oout. Why didn't they try us out?
Especially, those who went to church
with fair regularity, before they cane
to Ann arbor, why' d(on't they stick

_ _

been directed against. conditions that
exist in theLibrary. The fault is notr
Smythe's. Neither' is it th'e ,L'bra-]
ry's. As Smythe says, the Library, is
not to be condemned because it is a
public institution.I1
But Smythe is again incensed, and
this time the occasion has come from

such an intimAe
mechanics of the

seat again -- the
show are too disih-

Lost Something? Let. a "Daily" class-
ified ad find it for you.--Atlv.
Ain Arbor and Jacks(>n
(EPaster n Standar d line)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-.
6:oo a.m., 7':oo a.nm., 8:;o 2.11., 9 :C5
a.m. and hourly to 9 :o5 p.m.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops
west of :Ann Arbor)---9 47 anm., and
e-very, two hours to 9:47 P.
Local Cars East Bound-7 :oo a.m.
and every twvo hours to g :oo r. im.,
i 1 :oo p.m1. To 'Ypsilanti on1ly-it :4o
I p.m., 1 :15 am.
To 'Saline-Change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Brund-7 :50 a~m.,
12 :1( P.M.
To Jackson and Kalamazoo-Lim-
ited cars 8:47, 10:47 a.in., 12:47, 2:47,
4:47 p.m1.
To Jackson and Lansing-Lim-ited at
8:47 p-m.
13722 1DECEMBERI 1922
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10) 11 12 13 141 15 16
17 -18 19 20 21 22 23
21, 25 23 27 28 29 30)
WIe have just made up some
very Snappy Hats for the
1-loliday Trade. Step in and
look them over.
We do all kinds of Cleaning
and Reblocking of hats at
low prices: for HIGH-IGLASS
617 Packard Street Phone 1792
(Where I).U.R. Stops
at State Street)
Sche.lule 'in Effect October x8, 1922
Central Tk-.e (Slow Timne)
f.Lt A. M. P.M14. P.M.
3:45 7 :45 . Adrian ... *2 :45 8:45
-: 45 9:15... Saline . . .11:15 7:15
:4 9:45 At Ann ANrbor r~v. 1o0:45 t0:45
(Court Houise Square) A. M.
D)-- Daily, X-=Daily except Sundays
and fl ,didax's. Friday and Saturday, special
bust for . tudt-uts leaves Adrian 1:45, leaves
\nn A:'rhor 4:45
~ 126Ni - Adrian,'Mich.

432.5O to 6
Extra Trousers at Cost
Over 500 patterns to pick from.-
Co me in a nd look themn over.



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ut nd Overcoats



Thelma Andrews
J. A. Bacont
D~orothy Penhetts
Maurico BPerman
K. ...:llittgton.
Z1'. 1. Butler
H . C. Clark
A. B3. Comiable
Bet'uiadette Cote
Evely°n k. Coughtlin
Wallace1'. Elliott
joseph Epstein
Maxwell Fead
Isabel Fisher
T. 1?. Fiske
A. 1'. Webbink

Bohn! Carlingliouse
Walter S Goodspeed
Porti n Goulder
F'ranklin 1'). Hepburn
Winona A. Hibbard
E;dward J. Higgins
Lowell Kerr
Samuel Mfore
14. 11. Prvor
W. B. Rafferty
Robert G. Rnnmsey
J. W. Ruwitch
WV. 11. Stone man
Fti ederic G. Trelmos
1'. Al. Wagner

Until our y outhful arteries harden
}We'll ring the praise of Mary Garden.



Telephione 960

outside the Library. To be ,more ex-
plicit, it has come from- the Library r rikingtruhn to or ctleanei
steps. Smythe slid down them 'the:Seig to hm'or libn
other day, and' religiously counted'
them as. he bumped -down the grad-
ulutperilous slope. He do nog SAgirufomakpeerictrail.
remember the exact number; he says, Snigfo ae ri
but there are too many.
Smythe doesn't. mind that sort o Though our. bluenoses scowled for-
thing once, he- is looking for expert-' oubiddng -w iedyurkd
ences. But he does not' want it to do idddu-egie.ou i-
happen again. And winter is coming, dig!
a fact' whigh -lends "a darker aspect StOoIlA ugsedta h
the situation. Smythe suggests that SO ON HA ugse tath
the authorities try heating the steps title of Mary Caxrdens next concert
to keep ,off' the ice, or if this is im- might Le announced as~IN AND OUT.
practicable, ashes or salt might :turn **
the trick..- It would .e 'a great° saes- }We Almi to Do Good
inlg, he~ claims," in the annual fund for TE MAN WHO I'jRONIZES the
±l awsuits. - bootlegger is a rade lower' in the

Watch Our Windows





to their habit?
Th'e Daily' is right ,in saying -that..
the churches are taking g-reat pains to
cater to the instincts of the young


Advertising........... ..John J. 1-lamel, Jr.
Advertising....... ...d%,ard F. Conlin
Advertising........ .. .Walter K. Scherer
Accounts ............Laurence 1-. 'Favrot
Circulation ............... David 3. M. 'Park
Publication ... ....... Beaumiont Parks

peoaple. .A newcomer like'.myself
wonders sometime whether we miay
not ,be overdoing this "catering busi-
ness" in more ways "-'an one. _And yet
?re W 'ett'nig any worthyv or encour-
an-intr return fror our investment?
Tell us, Mr. Editor and Mr. or Miss
Rfadler. how can we of the churches
do better?

Hats and Priscilla...Dean Tams

Townsend Hd. Wolfe
Kenneth Seick
George Rockwooi
Perry M. I'Taiden
Eugene L. Dunne
Wmn. Graulich, Jr.
-John C. ffasini
i-a vey L,;:eed
E. D. Alrm'antr'out.
H. W. Cooper
Wallace Flower
Edw. IB. iedle

Alfr-,d M. White
Wi n. ID. Roesser
Allan S. Morton
Jamnes A. Dryer
Win. Ii. Good
Clyde L. Hagermnan
A, I1atelJr
T. Plunrtal~
Iliward :1lay den
W, K. Kidder
Hlenry Freud
Ilerbert P :Bostwick
L. Pierce


The Popular Price Hat. Shop'

mhoral scale than the bootlegge r Mili

- Yesterday, at th:eir fl '4opjortuanhy
to express opinion, five classes voted
f o contribute their sha e towaids the
re-imnbursemnent of the, tosses sustain-
edl by theaters in the rushes which
took place. on the night of the foot-
brall team's return from Minnesota a

SfI'. 'nc ooteggr sis b m~,~'; If The Daily weulzd inyite a sm
his patron ~puts his CLOVE ' , ,1 S ur1n's an

Sing a sang of the "tropicsi
Of birds and incense rarer-
Of pallm trees softly swaying
In the drowsy Souther- a:r.

ron ~ ~5tI(fl f)WIW don't I !lO
~ """lsvls~rbe.i'c sve "aIf xcx
asp...l0ong132 as tle sy? ?os:uIn
3,"r'-ecud-L hxrd'.ed by "Cali-



_. .:r.._._



THURSDAY, DECE~bMBER 71, 1922,- week ago last Sunday.
______-- -- ---_ - This action was the f1'r t to, result_
Night Editor-JOHN DAWSON, JR. rro-m the general disapproval by the
student body of thg( unfortunate mnct-
WHfY IVAS!TE THE WINTERT dents of that n ght, and in the next'
Michimran is situated in the northern few days other C'asses in the Univer~
pa;rt of tie' United States. Beg inning ; sity will follow, in contributirg rro-
as early as November each year the 'certionately to defray a Hart of th:e,
takes Idame.
ner curytae a dr op to the smaller Aloghsca procedure cn the
figures onI the sc_.Je, and usually stays, part of the. various classes has beenl
wtell below the 132 mark unt'1l some-- expeatedl. it 'serves to show conclusive-
tine in --arch. In other words M'cih- ly that Mchigan as a Whole had lit-
ig:an as I .reez;'ng weathter for approx,4il or nothing to do with the rushing'
aaffirs, and that the students as wel
i zaei lp po t~ annalias the faculty are entirely out of
In tr o) this fact, witer ath'et sympathy with such instances of row-
ics at Mirchiga.n are no,. givcn the at dyism.
tcntie n wi1iCh1 they Jeserve. Whtha! The classes in the University are
personnel coning largely from north- (doing their share to retrieve the namc
emn cities, the University undoubtedly of Michigan and to wipe out the stir!-
'pos sesses not L's few excellent icy ma' which the, acts of, a comparatively
skaters, and maniy hundreds of others ° few disregarders. of law and propriety
w ho enjoy the $ sport but who have have brought upon her.
given it uI$ on comi'ng to Ann Arbor - -

Of coral strand-.t, and bleaching
That mielt into thle sea,
In whose :dark mysterious depths,
The sharks distort in gle-2.

"~~-"" -'""e 'A t'nnierf'ul piece of.
cn'"-4mirnaii sr.i.H-ere Is a. (chanc-
to enlar i or value by making h.I
reqal contr'bution to The religious 5'n-
c'oloi-y of a great modern t-x-support--
ed linivers'tv.

/3 ~ " P! E
* 1bjlfI~'~f
,3 , Wf A

because it-was not sufficiently encour-
aged. t
Hockiey, as yet, is not even a minor l
sport. Still, this gamie is an intenselyt
Interesting one and warrants recog.
tion. Bu~t even should hockey event-,I
ually be lifted to a more. dignified po-
sition, it is doubtful whether -under thei

Not long ago a hangman applied to
the city government of Herrin for a.
position after the present massacre
trials are over. He has received in
answer a letter daring him to show
up in town.
It is understood that Fresideiit Mar-

Of dusky maids and devil fish
And buzzards flying high,
The glory of the sunset
Across the.; dark'nimig sky.
Of hidden caves and plundered
And galleons b~uried deep
'Neath the rippling waves
That mark the graves
Of buccaneers of ocld.
Of sugr~r cane and nigger runm,
Or flying fish and yams.
But tell me what is better
Than fresh NRe-w Engl.:nd clams.
ARevlw o' -,*,hePemxe Ly De 'J(,isey
Saiy, youse. Dis gink C alig's
Bro.: is sure de cow's ear
muffs. lie bend:, a mean line
I'll tell do wold. Dis tropic
stuff 'is (Io bunk. De kid hay
do right ide" '!but his toughtt;
is frizzle-I. L ke I says to mre
palI oney last P. Ml. what we
needs in de field' of litachoor
is a boid 'what can tink do
dleep stuff an' -put it acrot
so datit buts youse to) sleep.
Anyway it's got de real flavor
ii you gets what I mean,
Dis one is on de house.

If -)v,;1wil alow to-. I should like
i"tnl-te o'z," -io to the est'tnete of
T?"hurt Lout f Steve3nson'-, charac'ol-
S:--h "(? k Yl< JC C nte' U al rticle pitit-d
ill the Mse-azile s ct oni of, toda''s
F2 4t r+ {7 e+-" 1 ho flt'e "Se'eulson anIl
Ris Arfi''. 'To thu-to of t;wo rrt'mmi-
her the frail Scot not lessL"' ac tu'l\-
for the high-minded hriglitliine :s 4i
his life than for his a iry mins.trelsv,
-~ c ra'' j ,ofh1li tings iusjmv' ted a )oiltI
}' ' i" l " , ,'n'l a r"i'ich I #'-a ' , f,-)o.
t-oPd. 'ornot bat seem hideous t-a-
dli- om onts.
For insta'icf . the-e is11,:,-"H's lii~
ti§"q p12'1 erie n njriiC rof tile "r
problemns of rralify." A "o-bI~i"
lalit e, lmennz nn-f. ITit ft. -V1 S°~-,-.
enson played in knickerboake°?r : l'
ao lolly-poll in his mnl th u-ti V-"
theater became dark. Stitff and io'n-
'nse! In hi=, coreres;onrl ime Ai
Meredith, Stevenson h'as sh low- it'o--
utterly false suchi a judemenit of hi-,
character is. He was really t'-e vid l-
cation of the glad romnanticism e\
christian faith: w-1th the busy worm of
phthisis in his vitals, with intelle -
tual people indignant at his iundecen-
cy and 'aghast at his simplicity, th's
beaming tapster drew from his a.ch3i'-g
heart full flagons of clean delight,
while, far off in England, the callow
Swineburne ' was making saccharine
rhymes of the sick fancies of puber-'
ty, and reviling the gods who ha~l
made him a pampered snob.

f t i t o
iiof.el 1. I :'a'
SS1h ',

li 1
I ,,
,, {
. :
"h rl

* ere Is, No ..Substitute,
for Quality

present circunmstances Michigan could; ion L. Burton is seeking a head for
turn out the best hockey te-ams- of the School 'of Music in order that he
which she is capable.; may organize some of those awful
The trouble lies in the fact that sounds emanating from the building.
th~e students have no place which they----
can really call their own fo~r+ the, Someone has asked whether The

' Whcn you buy a house you make sure that the. foundation, the was and
j"I~i~l the roof are constructed for permanence. Buy a motor, car in the same way.
s9 - The sturdy body of the Studebaker Light-Six ISedan is a -Adrable ex-
-ample of substantial body-building. It is constructed of the finest jinaterials
and with a high degree of craftsmanship to give years of satisfactory ser-vice
--no makeshift construction merely to meet a price.
y"3 Eight stout ash pillars, from floor to roof, insure permanent strength and
rig;idity. 'The four wide-opening doors are a real convenience in getting in
j and out. Broad windows provide clear vision in every direction.
Seats are of generous proportions with deep springs to give lasting com-
(,'.,fort. The upholstery is of mohair velvet plush, as durable as it is attractive.
The heater will give warmth and comfort on cold diays..
The Light-Six has proved its reliability on the highways of the world.
The ample power, quietness and remarkable flexibility of its mnotor are a
source of continuous satisfaction. It is easy to hanidle in traffic.- Constant
gear shifting is unnecessary because. it throttles down to a walking pace in
ix high gear. Vibration, which is so annoying in closed "cars, is virtually
The low price is due to complete manufacture by Studebaker in one of the
most modern and complete automobile plants in the'world. Middlemen's
~) profits are eliminated and the savings are passed on to the buyer.
The name. Studebaker stands for comfort, quality and durability.

sake of slkating. Barton dam mightj
afford somne such opportunity but its'
distance from the campus prohibits its'
frequent use. The only other 'place
available is at present a private en-
terprise and therefore could hardly,
be called a University rink.
The benefits of ice skating as a win-!

Daily calli Mr. Glenn Frank the
"Century Editor" because: he hasn't
spoken ,here in a hundred years.

Not a few individuals foi
the first time 'Tuesdayi
"alVmy Garnden" was not
name of a perfume.

)und out for
night that
just ,the

ter sport are many, The indoor exer-
cises usually indulged in during tile
cold mionths do not furnish the same
stimulating effect as does exertion out
ini the open, air. Then again, skating
Sis a snort which can be indulged in by
any number of people, provided they'
have a place to skate. It is a sport
which will help make, athletics for- all,
and not only the few.
If Michigan is to derive these ben-,

The number of individuals slid. to
death these dlays is ±exceeded only by
the number of those killed by reek-
less (drivers.
The breechm betwoen time east a-.nd.
west sides of the camnrus is getting
wider. Maybe you have noticed it.

Allotihe: Review
Piffle, ? poofte, damned tommyrot.
Such unblemished assininity, even in
j hlis ;egenerate dlays when Most,.s W-
den'2ts are uitter 1'.St El: , is most nan-
seat;in, and the poem (Go(1 knows
why it is dignifieO, Ihl;v such a title)
called "TropicalI Thoughts" is par ie-
119arly Offensive to readers With a
part cle of lit-erary discizimination. it
is indeed sad to contemplate thc' pucr-
ile efforts of such a sickly a-nd feeble
nmind. Damned balder-dash, tha'"'s what
it is. I have consigned it to the p 'ste

'Neinbc-s of the P~v 01 x 11) ,-
iiformned at their smoker' Tuerdav '--'
that they would be giv -na -c-t-"
by the city alumni association on tr
return to Bay City for Christmas 1:4 ,11-
cation. The message from tine alum-
ni organization also stated that t-


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open. Heater. ERight-day
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tor. Side coach lamps. Rain
visor and windshield cleaner.
Inside locks oan three doors
and outside lock on right-
hand front door. Dome
light. Mohair velvet plush

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Coupe-Roadster Roadster (4-Pss.).. 1275 Cqpp(4-Pass.) - 2400
(2-Puss.) __ 1225 Coupe (4-Pass.).___ 1875 Coupe(S-Pass.)..... 2550
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