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THE MIC-IGAN DAILY

Published every morning except Monday
during the University year by the Board in
Control of Student Publications.
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Association.
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credited in this paper and the local news pub-
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uard Street.
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ness, 96o.
EDITORIAL STAFF
Telephones 2414 and 176-M
MANAGING EDITOR
PHILIP M. WAGNER
Editor ... ............John G. Garlinghouse
News Editor............RobertG.Ramsay
Night Editors
George W. Davis Joseph Kruger
Thomas P. Henry John Conrad
Kenneth C. Keller orman R. Thal
Sports Editor........William H. Stoneman
Sunday Editor.........Robert S. Mansfield
.Women's Editor............ Verena Moran
Music and Drama......Robert B. Henderson
Telegraph Editor......William J. Walthour
Assistants
Louise Barley 'Winfield H. Line

except the

Union has

its women

workers who are making a significant
contribution to the University's wel-
fare. Michigan men have no feelings
against Michigan women but they
insist that there are some activities
'which should be reserved exclusivelyr
for men just as lantern night, . the
freshman spread, and women's hockey
are reserved for the women. Do Michi-
gan women want to make themselves
conspicous by loud conduct in connec-
tion with a man's sport? The Daily
believes that the worthwhile women
have no such desire. It is only women
like Amazon and her cohorts who keep'
'antagonism alive, who give the world
its conception of the unpopular "co-
eds" at Michigan.
A DIVIDED PEOPLE
Government in England finds itself
in a mess every time it tries to bring
order out of the Irish chaos. Sailing
between the Scylla and Charybdis
,of religious fanaticism, and something
that resembles put o deviltry, a good
in which the Irish deal extensively,
has often resulted in shipwreck for
the state, and political oblivion for
any man that tackles the knotty
question.
It is decidely unfortunate that Ire-.

W, aL
THE CAMPUS
Instead of formally reviewing
Chimes, we propose to have a sort of1
dialogue with it-letting it speak forJ
itself John, as the saying goes.
EDITORIALS
1. "From the din of the fast revol-
ving press, the dull metallic ring of
slugs against galleys, and the rattle
of the linotypes--from the blue-pen-
cilled dummy and the slashing revi-
sion of the editorial office-from the
day and night mental solicitude of the
foster parents for their brain-child-
dren, CHIMES steps forth upon the
campus to greet the student body-
the crowd of innumerable attitudes..
Chimes stands alone and unafraid."
2. To the effect that the freshman is
an adventurer.
3. Why not the same approachto
human sciences as to the exact
sciences? This question is cribbed
from "The Mind in the Making."
4 Cheerleading wins games. Back

.MarioniBarlow iYaroA -. loore.
Leslie S. Bennets Carl E. Ohmacher land should at this time consider divis- the cheerleaders.
Norma Bicknell W'illiam'C. Patterson MebrIfteUnb onta
Herman Boxer ielen S. Ramsay lon. To artitrarily, legalize a complete ' t. Members of the Union do not a
SmithrCady rsr. Regina Reichmann separation is to put off for another clubby with each other when th
Willard. B. Crosby Marie Reed
Valentine L. Davies Edmarie Schrauder period of perhaps a hundred years, meet in the building. This is to 1
Jaes \V. Fernamberg Frederick H. Shillito epord
mse . Gartner Fredk. K. Sparrow, Jr. the final and absolute union of Ire- deplored.
moanning Houseworth C. Arthur Stevens THE FIRST HALF DECADE
Elizabeth S., Kennedy Marjory Sweet land. This union must eventually An Editorial
Eliabeth Liebermann Fre eric Telmos come. It has become a generality o Ai Edived
Francis R. Line Hlerman J. Wise logsadn osyta os Chimes haslready lived dwn t
long standing to say that a house obiter dicta that it is no good at all
BUSINESS STAFF divided against itself cannot stand. It THE CAMPUS RAMPANT
Telephone 960 holds as true in the case of Ireland ( By Karl F. Zeisler
as any country; if Ireland is really "From the Union tower the soft
BUSINESS MANAGER to assume the position of power and illumined inscription on the whi
WM. D. ROESSER preeminence which she has long stone of the Lit Buiding makes
Advertising..................E. L. iunne dreamed, it will only be through the pleasing contrast against the s
Advertising ...... ... ........J J. Finni round foliage." Etc.
Advertising.................... A. Marks combination of the North and the roTEd A" E IANYOUg"
tsng. ......R.... M. Rockwell South. STHERE AN AMERICAN YOU
Accounts...................Byron Parker 'MOVEMENTI
Circulation.............R. C. Winter Both the Free State and Ulster iMVEN
Pication.................John W. Conlin By Robert G. Ramsay, Member of U
Assistantsuhave to learn much; they will have Student Christian Association Cabin
P. W. Arnold W. L. Mullins to learn that life is itself just a mat- Mr. Ramsay, who resigned from t
W. Y. Ardussi K. F. Mast
Gordon Burris H. L. Newmann ter of mutual sacrifice. No one can go cabinet of the S. C. A. some time a
F. Dentz Thomas Olmstead on forever, perpetually bearing a chip wrote this article in the belief th
Philip Detz ' . D. Ryan
David Fox N. Rosenzweig #n his shoulder, and Ireland and U- it was to appear over the name of h
Norman Freehling Mar aret Sandburg ster have haggled too don.erstwhile chief, Mr. Perry Hayden. I
W. E. Hamaker F. i . Schoenfeld strhv age o og. The tune
F. Johnson S. H. Sinclair must come when they must makeup is annoyed that it did not so appe
L. H. Kramer F. Taylor e HAS THE CHURCH A FUNCTIONI
Louis W. Kramer their differences, each must yield a A COLLEGE COMMUNITYI
point to the other, each must tempt By Merle H. Anderson
to understand the other. "Dr. Anderson," says the editor in
Perhaps that time will come in the little box on this page, "played rig
FRIDAY OCTOBER 24, 1924 golden age of the Millenium when the half on the Washington and Jeffers
lion and the lamb shall lie down to- football team for three years. I
Night Editor-THOS. P. HENRY, JR. gether; perhaps it may never comp established a record in the 220 ya
completely; one thing however, is cr- hurdles. With "Bob" Daley he org
RAH: RANI GIRLS Lain, there must came a time when ized a football team at McCormi
Considerable antagonism between the two forces will swallow thei Theological Seminary that' defeat
the sexes has been aroused In the pride and join hands in common gov- among others, Coach Stagg's Chica
past week by the ill-considered at- enment. Ireland is too small to har- "He knows the college town."
tempts of a Michigan woman, who bour for any length of time two The theory that because a man h
terms herself "Amazon, '25," to awak- peoples, religiously, socially, and po- played right half, or left half, or son
en the dead controversy concerning litically, as antagonistic as Ulster and think like that, on somebody or othe
the position of women at Michigan. the Free State. There must be union football team, eis well qualified
The Daily dislikes to take part in the if there is to exist a free Ireland, leadstudelts or anyone else in' t
discussion of something which has there must be agreement, if there is paths of righteousness is one of t
little significance for the present-day to be the nation they long to see. most widely dffused and ground'l
co-educational university. The ques- hallucinations that is troubling '
.tion has long ago been settled to the nation today.
satisfaction of the men and the ma- CU"StUdents are "just folks," says L
jority of thinking women. As Amazon mu.cations will he POT FOS
says in the adjoining letter: "Women disregarded. Thenames oe conlnwn By A Grad
areat iciga t sty. Th fct e- cants will, however, lie regarsed as
are at Michigan to stay. The fact re- confidential upon request. The pot is a fine thing. It is sy
mains, however, that some of the I bolic of the several virtues that t
feminine element still feel themselves THE AMAZON REPLIES Freshman shoul endeavor to acqui
abused andhave selected Amazon as To the Editor' before he becomes a sophomore.
a medium of expression for their Better judgment, as stated, prevent- Ey TE M.T
grievances. It is thus pertinent that ed Michigan women from "pushing, "Jump gave a good sermon. I w
The Daily attempt a sensible analysis crowding, stampeding, and snakedanc- hoping he would make some b
of the situation. ing their way into the Union," after the blunders, but he did not. I believe t
A dormant feeling of neglect, it pep meeting last Wednesday evening. reason some people make fun of h
seems, was aroused to near-action at If you will read the first article is because he doesn't seems to gve
the Illinois pep meeting last week. A again you will note that such was damn for precedent. He uses pict
group of women feeling that their 'termed "discourtesy." Women do not esque illustrations in a picturesq
sexes was being ignored in the matter kwant this; it is not a creditable act manner. His parable of Henry Ford
of the promotion of Michigan spirit for any group on the campus, but a modernization of the rich young m
gathered in front of the library and they do want "equality." who had always obeyed the ten co
aired their difficulties, barely resist- We are glad the men are willing to the modern church as often being co
ing the temptation to raid the Union \provide "pink cushions" for the tap fused with the old-fashioned "wa
tap room where a post-pep-meeting room. However, what healthy woman your sins away" variety.
hoorah session was being held. wants pink cushions, or any other lHe told a story of his trip to E
The trend of Amazon's remarks kind? Also, I didn't know pep meetings ope when he was led down to t
would lead its to believe that she and 'were held "out of pure courtesy." It catacomb of a beautiful cathedral
her gang had something of the "dog- is encouraging to know that someone see the be-jeweled bones of an c
in-the-manager" feeling: their better has inquired as to the meaning of that cardinal in a sepulchre there. "Thi
judgement prevented them from at- last word, of it! said Jump," a dead man at t
tempting to force themselves into the With due respect to "Vulcan" let Fi eheart of a church!" I used to laugh
Union because they did not quite ap- say that as regards the tap room o about his church manners. Now I lo
prove of the conduct of those who did the Union, being dear to the mascu- him. He's human."
-nevertheless it hurt their feelings line heart, it is natural that they Oh dear!
to think that the men Were doing '0hould imagine those excluded are * * *
something in which they could not demanding admittance. That is not the The things we did not mentI
take part. icase. If the exclusive party had been were, for the most part, swell. Or
The next grievance was found in held at Huston's on State Street, not swell, adequate.
their exclusion from the first floor Michigan women would have felt the Gene Green, the Kig of Song,
of Hill auditorium on the night of the same about it. holding his annual sway at the M:
pep meeting, and in the general at- The point is-a pep meeting is a le is probably one of the clever
titude of the speakers who addressed University function held for the pur- boys at getting away with this a
the audience primarily as men. They pose of arousing all there is of Michi- that that is treading the vaudevil
desired to be allowed to whoop and gan spirit, and backing the team. Wo- boards today. Or wearing the vaud
yell with the rest of the coatless, red- men back the team heartily and have ville buskin.
blooded he-men. Michigan spirit. Also they give finan- IHis dialects are practicularly w
And now Amazon confronts us with cial support. Such affairs as free mov- done. Whether it be a dark town Pa
a new trouble. She and several other ies at the theaters or in Hill Auditor- or Hard Hearted Hannah (frc
new Savnnah, Jee Ay) or an English fel
upperclass women have received poor Ium after a pep meeting have been Savaning Really, or a Greek fella sayir
seats for the games. The blame is possible in the past and every student Soup kid? or an Irishman getting
immediately shoved on the male cheer, on the Campus has had the privileg the conventional phwat, or Ge
ing section which is to have its try-, of participating. This year upperclas Geen telling about thguy that do
out Saturday. Do they for a moment women have been deprived of good off the Wrigley building, het is quite
suppose that there are not hundreds seats at the games because of the a class by himself.
of men whose seats are poor? These theering squad, and certainly no invi- I The current movie, in case you wa
same men do not blame it on the fact tation has been extended for their to know, has some very jolly sets a

there'are 2100 seats are being re- support of the team when tis move- some very jolly scenes, but tie he'
therearefteeptemisn hisg , bt 10 se
served for a cheering section. They t ment is furthered by the courtesy of andpsym3ssegthisngirety1soond
and by 3 feet, and pretty soon y
realize that this cheering section is balcony seats and free entertainment get tired of it. The French scenes a
something which has been needed for for only the men half of the Campus quite well done though, especially t
years, that it will promote good cheer- population. sewers. True to life, and all that. Lo

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DRAMA, O K
_____ ____BOOK~
This Afternoon: Tryouts for ComedyColi
Club at 4 o'clock in Newberry Itall.
Tonight: The Michigan Theater1both er
League presents "The Romantie Age"
at 8:15 o'clock in the Whitney theater. - -
MARIA JERITZA
A review, by Robert Ramsay.
Maria Jeritza is undeniably meant _
for the operatic stage with the color-
ing and rich trappings of the play to
set off the natural dramatic force of
her acting and singing. What a glor-
ious voice her's would be, rising out
of the swelling volume of an orches-
tra! How the rich and varied coloring
of the stringed instruments carrying A Comedy
their theme over the blare of trumpets
would answer the ever changing color
tones of the singer's voice! How beau-
tifully it would rise over the orches-
tra in the tragic passionate cry of La
Giocenda, how pitifully it would whis-
per out the agonized sigh of Santuzza.
The piano is indeed a dull and life-Oct. 2
less thing to accompany a voice asI F ia
vibrant 'with passion, tremulous with1 -8:0 P.lM .
love as Maria Jeritza's. * *V *
She brings to the concert stage,
'however, a personality as, magnetic .
as it is lovely, a voice, large, rich,
powerful, capable of the most delicate O C T0 BE 1, 1924
shading and intonation and a personal S M T W T F S
beauty that 'is hypnotic in its effect. .. .. .. 1 2 3 4
From the ecclesiastical austerity of the 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
famous impreciation of Alceste to the 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
delicate beauty of Debussy's "Beau 19 20 2 22 23 24 25
Soir," the singer gave of her full 27 I 28 2' 30 31
voice. Like a golden statue, she stood,
unmoved, even during the terribly cryi_ _
of Santuzza, pouring out her voice in
brilliant song. There was a Spartan
like restraint, an intellectual con-Noice
mand, which saved the singer from
the maudlin, but underneath, there
was surging and seething soul of a )
woman tiger like in its passih. We clean and rebicck hats and caps
From lowest note to the highest' and do it RIGT. You will appreciate
note In her register, her voice retrain- having your hat done over in a clean
ed its full beauty. DOlicately modulat- and sanitary manner, free from odor
ed throughout, it is an organ, at once and made to fit your head.
tender and lovely, and again, rising l ACTRY HAT STORE
to brilliant climaxes of the dramatic, FACTORY AoE
sweeps one away on the tide of im- acaPhone179
passioned emotion. d (here D. U. R. Stops at State)
It was in Elsa's Dream from Loen-
grin that the singer first found her-'"
self; the concert, following this un-
forgettable performance, rose to a
brilliant climax in the Suicidio from -A irpla R id e-
La Gioconda.
One cannot refrain from saying a
word about the audience who listened Come to Ypsilanti this week-end
while the radiant Viennese poured out [or your airplane ride.
her heart in 'song. If they were n n- 1
moved, if they were cold, it is their Waslitenaw road, just east of
loss. The concert furnishes a fin ypsi.
study in contrast. A Swedish \liss of
uncertain abiliy fairly brings them Still $3.50 each.
to their feet with her mediocre sing-!__
ing; while a soprano, as magnificent;"""""""s'
as she is famous, literally sings over-
their head and leaves them untouched.
And that is the audience that annually
fills the auditorium which Pade- Just the Thing
wski in a moment of weakness once _
declared to be the finest music hall
in America! One cannot help ventur- for thc Game
ing, the remark that pearls were indeed
cast before swine last night.
i I "Tomorrow
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SUNDAY AFTERNOON
The first concert in the series of
complimentary faculty recitals will be
given Sunday afternoon in Hill audi-
torium at four-fifteen o'clock by An-dho
drew Haigh of the University School
of Music. The program will include the
following numbers: E
Prelude and Fugue in C. sharp Minor
. .....................B ach.
Papillons .................Schumann. A
Andantino and Variations ......... .
.Schubert-Tausig. I aterless
Capriccio....................Brahms.

Intermezzo ................. Brahms.
Rhapsodie ..................Brahms.
Reflets dans I 'Eau ........Debussy. (1
Sonetto del Petrarca, no. 123 .... Liszt.
15th Hungarian Rhapsodie ....Liszt.

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THE NEW PLAYER'S CLUB Stays Hot 24 Hours
The members of the Player's Club, No fire, no hot water,
along with their more critical friends electricity.
on the sidelines, confidently, with
something of a swagger, waiting for ' This bag consists of a rubb
the impending obituaries, finally de-
cided to start once again, at their bottle 8%/x7, containing
meeting Wednesday evening. The oc- chemical refill. This -refill
casion was all but tranquil, and every-
one spoke their opinions at length; of canvas filled with a har
Ross Taylor resigned the presidency; less dry powder which i
and finally a committee was selected stantly develops a long-lam
to take the preliminary steps towards
a re-organization. ing heat when moisten
Realizing at last what the rest of with a few drops of wat
ius have been insisting for, say some
two years, it was decided to procure Absolutely safe, cannot bur
a faculty director, and fimly bury the cannot leak. Each refill fu
ridiculous ideal of student control. As
long as Professor Hollister had charge nishes 125 hours of warmt
of their work, the club was at high Let us show them to yo
tide, and possibly this new step may
sweep it ahead again.
at
Mr..Coolidge has endorsed a "Navy
Day" for October 27. Only a few hun-
dred more such inane occasions as G. CLARUDE DRAKE'
Defense Day, Columbus day, and the
like are needed to lull us into complete Drug and Prescriptior
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