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P A (I E F OU R

THE MIG?-IIG AN DAILY

PAGE FOUR Ti-IL MIGMiGAN DAILY

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MANAGING EDITOR
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Editor............John G. Garlinghouse
News Editor.............Robert G. Ramsav
City Editor............Manning Houseworth
Night Editors
Geerge W. DavisgHt rod A. Moore
Thomas P. Henry Fredk. K. Sparrow, Jr.
KennethC.tKeller Norman R. Thal
Sports Editor......... William H. Stoneman
Sunday Editor..........Robert S. Mansfield
Wow'em's Editor-------------.Verena Moran
Music and Drama......Robert B. Henderson
Telegraph Editor......William J. Walthour
Assistants
Louise Barley itelen S. Ramsay
Marion Barlow Regina Reichinann
Leslie S. Bennets Marie Reed
Smith Cady r. Edmarie Schrauder
Willard B. Crosby Frederick H. Shillito
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lanning Houseworth Eugene H. Gutekunst
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William C. Patterson Lillias K. Wagner

evidence of this spirit, given assur- When he has added a few years to his
ance of America's cooperation with age and has put body and soul into the I
the purposes of this organization. realizing of a crowning achievement- MV U S I C
then will he come face to face with t AND
CAMPUS "OPINiON" the contemptible thoughtlessness and
A curious index to the predominant extreme shallowness of judgment that M A 1 A
interests of University students is characterize the type of criticism
furnished by the communications re- which he once wrote himself. He will
ceived by the editor for the Campus know that one must have a knowledge TIoNIdGIrlT: .Jascha ileifetz tit 8
Opinion column. It is to be hoped ; -and not a mere superficial knowl- ( e'lock in lill auditorium.
that it is not a representative one, for edge-of the thing one wishes to ! -
it reflects little credit on the student criticize. He must provide himself
body. with a comforting meal and a deter- TE FACULTY CONCERT
In the fall, of course, most conten- mination to conquer that very human Sunday afternoon, December 7, at
tion is relative to football and its perversity of refusing to agree with 4:15 o'clock the next number in the
varied manifestations. Students get fellow men for the sake of being Faculty Concert series will he given
terribly worked up over the way to "different."HM
cheer games, the proper conduct at Last year, our esteemed fellow suf in auorimby au
intercollegiate contests, our manners ferer, Mr. Jason Cowles, displayed as berg, pianist, Grace Johnson-Konold,
when we lose and when we win, the a "Toasted Roll," a critique of the soprano, and Ora Lartharil, violincel-
virtues of good sportmanship, and thej Clements Library. His valued leist. The general public with the
many "ways" to win that game. The opinions were based on the harvest of exception of small and very smxall
ticket situation comes in for its an- knowledge reaped in Fine Arts I. We children is cordially invited. The pro-
nual consideration only to be dropped might well offer Mr. Cowles this new gram will include the following num-
when those who did not receive good gem and in passing remark that while hers:
seats have recovered from their ire. while there are better buttered rolls, ! Sonate for Violincello and Piano,
Not one student has been sufficiently there are none more indigestable. F major .................. Strauss
original in his thought, if it can be Responsible men and women, some Allegro con brio
termed that, to express a view con- of whom have hitherto refused to per- Andante ma non troppo
cerning the growing spirit of profes- I mit their names to be used to quote Allegro vivo
sionalism in athletics and the tend- opinions, have reviewed the picture Ora Larthard and Maud Okkelberg.
ency to make of University games Abraham Lincoln and in simple terms Zueingnung (Devotion) .....Strauss
public spectacles. i have given it their unqualified ap- Standchen (Serenade).......Strauss
The one really big controversy of proval. Strangely enough, they re- Songs My Mother Taught Me..Dvorak
the year, that concerning the state- sponded to the "unreal battle scenes," " Life.......................Curran
ments of Professor Irving Fisher con- the "funny sob scenes," and the "arti- Grace Johnson-Konod.
cerning the relation of Theodore ficial situations." And right here let Prelude and Fugue, A minor....
Roosevelt to the League of Nations at- us- say that no man or woman who has iM ................... .Bach-Liszt
MarchcDohnanyi
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1924
Night Editor-THOS. P. HENRY, JR.
TilE PRESIDENT'S ]ESSAGE j
While it is almost impossible to do1
justice to the annual message ofI
President Coolidge which was read
to the House and Senate by his clerks
Wednesday, yet there are certain mat-
ters brought up in the document
v which are worthy of comment.
In the first place, the President is
to be congratulated upon the real
keynote of his speech in which he!
stresses, as he always has, the great-1
est possible economy in government.
To quote directly from his message.
"Perhaps the most important
work that this session of CongressI
can do is to continue a policy of
econo y and further reduce the
cost of government, in order that
we may have a reduction of taxes
for the next fiscal year."

of students, the rest of the discussion one can experience any of the digust- Miniet ...........Rameau-Godowsky
being left to the sister of deceased ing amusement which the "critic" felt Barcarolle ..................Liadow
Roosevelt, a member of the faculty, whenscertaintender a trAb Irato.....................Liszt
and Dr. Fisher. scenes were depicted. We may thank; Maud Okkelberg.
The latest travesty is the number God that we are not all born "critics." Ave Comin-Case, accompanist.
of communications received by The * * *
We may say with absolute confz- I
Daily concerning the question of is- dence that a presentation of risque THE YPSILANTI PLAYERS
suing written or oral invitations for vaudeville acts and a tingling "girl" The second bill of the Ypsilanti
fraternity dances. What a question TescnbilothYplai
a q npicture would meet with approval. Players will open its seven perform-
to ponder, what a theme for the Ann Our confidence is based on results of ances Monday eening, December 8.
Arbor sages' discussion! O tempora, atsMna eig eebrS
. experiments. No theatre manager in The production will include "Ever
o mores,-what a rumpus concerning this city will deny that statement. Young by Alice Gerstenburg, "Sis-
the matter of getting persons to dance of pictures of the box-office a Grand Guignol melodrama by
the light fantastic in the proper way,(atersc"iagrandcanignobomelodramahby
y attracting type can be bought for the Richard Hughes, and "Sacred and
er price paid to bring Abraham Lincoln Profane Art" by Ferene Molnar. Mar-
plae-.with especial emphasis on the to Ann Arbor. The added expense of guerite Goodman and E'wocd Fay-
latter. d d a w y
Not but that discussion of this latest good, clean advertising alone, or o field Mday the leading roles in "Sis-
piece of interfraternity legislation is amplified orchestrations would buy ters," and Mirs. Quirk is cast in the
many hours of senile pleasure to the Molnar divertissement.
relevant at this time. It most cer- ga b o nd T anuryissemhsbe
tainly is. The trouble is found in the great number who demand it. And TheJ
yet, these very men who break thru definitely announced as Eugenej
manner in which the subject is doors and smash in theatre fronts'in O'Neil's version of "The Ancient
treated. Most of the space is devoted their anticipation of witnessing such Mariner," presented last year by the
to arguments concerning invitations,a
not to ways of really remedying the aot erformance retfirst to join a Prncetown Player wh distinctive
criticism of the 'rotten movie' and'aritcsce.RchdFoyh,
condition which led to the passage of aritcsccs.RcarIoste
doublefacedly demand in newspapers ,president for two years of Comedyj
the system by the Interfraternity
and magazines, "cleaner pictures." Club, will have the title part.
Council. The real problem is that of Abraham Lincoln is an answer to the Professor Baker, founder and direc-
the campus brawls. An invitation demand, as have been many other re- tor of the famous Harvard "47 Work-
Aohrsystem, optional on the part of each , o ftefm~sF rad4 ot
system, .cent productions. shop," is the guest of Paul Stephen-
fraternity is all right, but it will haveshp
noaefft in crig bu perflouase Another statement that theatre sen, the assistant director, for several
no effect incurbingsuperfluous managers will not deny is that ex- days. le is returning from the Uni-
drinking at the parties. Almost every hibitors who specalize in pictures versity of California, where he has
communication- has confused tlls - ' worthy of the highest support would been during the summer on a leave
suie withi trival matters 0' over-croWd'--wud'be uigte umro ev
go -bankrupt in a mighty short time. of absence, and will shortly take
ing, and exclusiveness. While some A good, clean, inspiring picture re- charge of the million dollar theatre
of these issues are worthy of consid- ceives the support only of those who recently donated to Yale University.
eration, careFul thouight would lead are responsive to the finer things of I* *
any studcnt to the belief that individ- life. It is discouraging to discover TiS SPEAKS FOR ITSELF
ual organizatious must be made to how few there seem to be. If you T
feel and assume the responsibilitytfor would count them in Ann Arbor, just
cooperate with a local manager when, (
sponsor. he attempts to present a picture ratedE
When this question is decided to the far beyond the usual production.
satisfaction of all concerned it is to -A. W. Ind.
be expected that communications will
revert to such illuminating subjects ILL-INFORMED I1ANTI'GM
as methods of keeping dogs off the
To the Editor:
campus, athletic schedules, and that The supposed editorial appearing in
old standb The Daily on December 3rd, entitled
"You Are Cordially Invited To-" in-
Mrs. Coolidge has renamed the cludes some very valuable criticism
ZR-3 as the "Los Angeles" in the best from an uninformed person. If the I
interests of peace. Why not christen writer had only read the Second Art-
some super-dreadnaught the "Lake icle of the Constitution of The Inter-'
Placid" or a deadly submarine "Peace Fraternity Council, he would not have
Valley ?" stated that the purpose of this organ-
ization was "to create good feeling
Fourteen more days before we be- among fraternities."

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In maintaining such a stand, Mr.
Coolidge is no more than responding
to the confidence of the people in
electing him by such/an overwhelm-
ing majority, largely because of this
vary thing. It is to be hoped that
Congress will heed his advice and
keep well within the proposed budget,
In opposing the policy of competi-
tion with any of the nations of the
vorld in the building and maintaining
of land or sea armaments, and adding
Iet he is entirely in sympathy with
the "various proposals to outlaw ag-
gressive war," the President has taken
a stand which should meet with the
approval of the entire country. In
line with this statement, he also de-
clared that he favored American
entrance into the world court with
certain reservations.
The greatest disappointment in the
cntire message to those who are hop-
ing for actual world peace in the near
future, is contained in the following
words:
"But we do not wish to become
involved in the political contro-
versies of others. Nor is the
country disposed . to become a
member of the League of Nations
or to assume the obligations im-
"oscd by its .covenant."
Even the most enthusiastic sup-
porters of the League could expect
bit little consideration from the bull-
hsadad legislators of the land, but it
wa- most sincerely to be hoped that
the chief executive would sense the
ieling of so many of his people as
1 ell as of the nations of the world
v ho are patiently awaiting the United
Sttes stamp of approval on the best
existing proposition for the actual
accomniplishment of that coveted sit-
nation-world peace.
While the supporters of the League
would have been somewhat surprised
hn iml Presi en ,'oiad ocatned im-

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gin worrying in earnest about suitable
Christmas presents and the depletion
of our pocketbooks.
If the newspapers of the country
would print less crime news it might
be easier to believe that they had a
code of ethics.
If only Walter Camp would make,
his latest all-American selections

Article II
Its purposes are:
To promote the interests of the
said University; and of the sev-
-e r a 1 fiternities represented
therein; to insure cooperation
among the said fraternities; and
between them and the college
authorities to the end that the con-
ditions of the fraternities and
their relations with college may

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thlan he who tlketlL a c 1ty," a movinlg

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known, there would be something new be improved. scene frou a stirring play.
to laugh at. I should say that cooperation was
the most stressed point in the above
That no Michigan professors have purpose clause. When the Council did NAZIMOVA
so far succumbed to cross word puz- "wake up" and pass a plan for co- I There has been "Beau Brummel," a
zes for the class room is welcome operation, he comes out with the beautiful, electric picture; Pola Negri
news.Iweakest argument against it that one in her version of "The Czarina"-I
could imagine. Or perhaps, this art- ! slightly more suggestive than when
What is the price of advertising icle was written to bring about discus- Doris Keane played the part in New
space on the illuminated signboard of sion of this subject on the campus; York-wallowed gloriously in her
the Literary building? but one can hardly attribute such a amours; and Sunday Nazimova, the
___subtle purpose to such insipid re- greatest, if there are any, of them all
marks. opens somewhere in "Madonna of the
CAMPUS OPINION The article goes on to say that in Streets." Life and Judge say that the
the past these fraternity dances have story is far from probable or possible,
Anonygaes communcatofs will bei
disregarded. The names of willbeen "one of the best mediums of but that hardly matters: Nazimova is
cants wi, haever, erequrded as friendly communication." If he calls an excuse from anything.
p - the presence of a number of unwanted, Through all her pictures, "The Red
uninvited drunks, "friendly com- Lantern," "Out of the Fog," "The
To the Editor:: munication," then I have been sadly Doll's House," and the climatic
The passionate critic is with us Imisinformed as to the meaning of "Salome," there has run a note of I
again, along with galoshes, colds, and those words. vivid intelligence. Everything about
' Christmas presents. A supreme ' In the author's opinion, the way to her characterizations becomes color-
being: a smoldering genius. One word clean up these dances is to "have it ful, exotic'; perhaps she is affectedj
repeats itself in our mind as we read made quite clear to every fraternity and artificial, but it is a manner that
the "criticism" of Abraham Lincoln. that it will he held rponnnsihl for innvo of n nin1ms'no. rn,,n tnra

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