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THE MIC -IAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1924

Published every morning exept Monday
during the University year by the Board in
Control of Student Pulications.
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MANAGING EDITOR
PHILIP M. 'WAGNER
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rWomen's Editor....... ,..... Verena Moran
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1924
Night Editor-GEpRGE W. DAVIS
THE PSYCHOLOGICAL TIME
By virtue of its recent ruling con
cerning fraternity dances, the Inter
fraternity Council is now a prevalen
subject for conversation and seem
to h e sume At least temporaril
a pa i rioiPe inftit&nce.> It would seem
certain that the psychological momen
has arrived for- action on a muc
more - important matter, one tha
really effects the future of fraterni
ties at Michigan, namely, the rushin
system. The adoption of a sane pro
gram of rushing rules would do mor
than any other thing to establish th
Councl.
It is essential, of course, that an
revision of present rules be the resul
of nearly unanimous feeling on th
1a)t 4f th Organ~i ins cocer-ne-d
Chan e mmt i7142 b2u thk£ 0r
t rnI-U) lkiz Eai rn t hIa f it the 1d fo r
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that when the present Daily stafr.ihot'.rrr'
shall have passed out into the world, AeT A LL
future classes at Michigan will have 4O M U S I C
some constructive improvement (how-( AND ________________________________________
ever trivial) for which they may grate- j COMPARISONS
fully thank us, that we shall have left MAY BEDR A M A
some mark by which we may go downi ,,.,_ODIOUSOur stores are convenient. Our servic
in history as having served ourAlma' i am tired of reading reviews in helpfulal in sL
i Mater steadfastly andl to some pur- hi rve rsayttcop THIS AFTERNOON: The Faculty hiivvu c-peration in wtheseection
pose. which reviewers say that comparisons Concert at 4:15 o'clock in Hill audi-
c delivery of your needs
To this end we advocate this day may be odious, but that Grieg could torium.
the abolition of another abuse, one cetainly tie his left hand behind his
which is nearly, if not quite so im- pIN A NUTSHELL: !
back and beat the pants off a Mendel-
p) rtia.nt as the maife'r of the coat THE MIMES
j1hacI ' hn, although. to be sure, the latter's of the Both Ei nds
77 fuf.}) 1': .'r h University of Michigan Union
114)n-11 o 1- tu most beautiful announce
a,,ire- Ulit of their educaton. We and perfect melodies burble burble Their Nineteenth Annual Musical
feel that this abusealthou- rated burble. Comedy (Snyder), Tu Yung, Egg Fu Yung, Scenery designed and built by
by many as a copveniencc, would bet-j Who was the guy that first said "TICKLED TO DEATH" Ivan and Gally. iMimes Theater Studio, J. Frederick S
ter be abolished completely, thrown comparisons were odious anyhow? Book by DONALD E. L. SNYDER 4. Sir Galahad (Snyder), Gaily. Summers, Master Carpenter. Painted I
into the discard. ow about laying down a new dictu usic by DONALD' 5. In Spring (Snyder-Ellis), Jack, by Otto Scheller, Scenic Artist.7
The abuse referred to is the clock for reviewers to apologize with- Why, E. L. SNYDER, '25; with additional Nyan Toy and Chorus. 1 Electrical effects by Universal Stage
in the Natural Science auditorium. are comparisons odious-or any more' sy. Peaches (Snyder), Peaches, Lighting Company. Paul Haines. 1
What student who has taken History odious than any other form of LS, '26A, and FRANCIS A. EAST- George and Chorus. - Master Electrician.-2
or Psychology or Geology willi forget criticism? WOOD, "5 7. Song to Ching Ling (Ellis), Fugi The Temple setting in Act I sug-
the anxious suspense he has experi- Think it over, boys and girls, and San. Igested from designs submitted by
enced as he has waited breathlessly for the best answer to this week's Entireuproductionsproduced and Alderrick Peter Hubert, '26A.
for the hand of th t clock to reach puzzle Uncle Jim will give a nice g E. tE per . d o All costumes andos in the
the hour? And what student will re-j slate outIft. Yes, with open and shut of E. MFORTIMER SHIUTER. Dances Alcsue n gowns worn in the=
th ?ArsrastdbyROY HOYER. production designed and executed by If more fraternal orders would fol-
member anything that was said by the I eyes and if you don't like it you know arrange ER"LesterChicago.low the example set by the Kentucky;
fvlecturer during tperhaplostf interval of what you caisdo. Fugi San (High Priest of the Mon- Men's costumes furnished by Tinker Masons in denying a violator of the al
astary of Ching Ling, the Green and Company as follows: Suits by liquor laws membership in the order, ia
before the close of the lecture, when An Exciting Night Oragn), Barre Hill, '25. Kahn Tailoring Co., Shirts by Tyson perhaps more people would look upon
all eyes were turned on the clock, (G2ld B)dge; Sver Badge won Aprily Egg Fu Yung (Watchman and As- Shirt Co., Golf Hose by Westminister, them as the beneficial organizationsa
when some of the motsct impatient had 192 trologer in the Temple), Ernest W. Inc., Hats by Dobbs, Gloves by they purport to be.
eet n oe The most exciting night I ever spent Brownbridge, '26. Fownes, Shoes by Grossman Shoe Co.,
scrape feet, when some few had had was. one night last summer at our Tu Yung (A Traveller), Willard Chicago. HAVE YOU SUBSCRIBEP YET C
the audacity even to start talking. cottage on Lake Winnepetoskey, about spanagel, '25.
We do not fee that . doek is neces- three miles south of Georgian Bay, i Nyan-Toy (A White Girl Raised by
sary in a lecture room; and we do feel and due west of Lake Champlain. Our the Priests), Richard G. Elliot, '27.
that it is a distracting influence. cottage was situated at the top of a Jack Houghton, Russel A. Gohring,
Therefore: Down with the clock in 1steep bluff which lay at the foot of '27.
the Natural Science auditoriumI the lake, and the land sloped up Professor Tombs, Gordon M. Ibbot-
around it to form a sort of shallow son, '27.
The United States and Canadian pocket. The lake is quite shallow at Marceline Potter, Charles D. Liv- You will wish to make THA T GIFT somethins
e technicians have agreed on the pro- this end, and the trees on the beach ingstone, '27L.
gram for the St. Lawrence seaway are really nothing but low shrubs. "Peaches" Joyce, Dan S. Warner,
l engineering project. Congratulations Well, one warm night in July my '27. Sometig persona
are in order! Uncle Fred and I were walking along Galahad Jump, Charles S. Higley,
the beach when suddenly we noticed '26.
a fire blazing merrily away among George Bancroft, Philip R. Miller,
CAMPUS OPINION the shrubs on the beach. As soon as '24D.
Anonymous communicaions will be Uncle Fred saw it he whistled. "My," "Justice" (Jack Houghton's Vallet),
disregarded. The names of communi-
cants will, however, be regarded as he said, "with this wind that fire will! Milton M. Blink, '26.
confidential upon request. spread like everything and we'll soon Countess Valeri Mischkinoff, Rob-
have a bad time on our hands.'' ert B. Henderson, '26. Is now the daily companion and pride of many a man wh
To the Editor: Then he whipped off his coat and Ivan Awfulitch, H. Lyman Bright, satisfactory fountain pen he has ever owned.
In view of the publirity given the commenced to beat out the flames. I'25.
recent action of the- Interfraternity "You run up to the house and start An American Archeological Party
Council, and in view of the fact that a bucket line" he shouted. Crossing China: Bring in a sample of handwriting. Mr. Rider, wh
I am the chairman of the investigat- "What's that?" I shouted. Gwendolyne Lang, Stanley B. Lewy, expert, can select and fit the point so it is sure to please.
- ing committee of the council, I feel "Ask your mother," he shouted. '26.
Sthat a few words might be appropriate Finally we formed a bucket line, of Thelma Van Ness, Milton A. Peter-
to explain the result arrived at by Uncle Fred, my brother Jerry, Cousin son, '25.
this committee. Alfred, Mother, and myself. My, howl Beulah Dunn, Frederick Proctor, '25. R D E R S ' P E N S i
It was the duty of this committee we worked! Finally at about three Josephine Cassidy, Charles F.
- to investigate fraternity dances be- o'clock, we got the fire out. Preece, '27.
t cause of the unfavorable comment I will never forget that night, and Dorris Lewis, Leston S. Whitehead,
s which had been aroused by the con- neither, I am sure, will Uncle Fred. '27.
y duct of those preent at these parties. * * * Louise Barnette, W. Davidson Har-
As a result of their lltvestigations, the (NOTE: The publctation of con- bough, '2'
t committee reached the conclusion that munications in this column does not William Kent, Alvin W. Tolle, '27.
h because of drunkenness, overcrowd- imply, editorial agreement with opin- Raymond Moore, Oscar H. Jekle, '25. lug=
t ing, and rowdyism prevalent at these ions expressed therein.) Frank Harper, John R. Shaw, '25. _
- affairs some radical changes must be * * * Donald Wilson, 11. Ross Flowers,
gI brought about. The committee re- To Browning '27.I1
- alized that the fraternity was directlyI (A Hymn of Hate) Harland Shaw, William H. Arnold, Prtnte
e responsible for the conduct of the Damnation on your noble crest-- '26E.
e 1 social affairs given by it ,and that in i Who lived and thouglht obscurely- Frank Rowon 'Paul W Bruske'261

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cases the fraternities them- lest
were placed in a position where The common student quickly find
difficult for them to control ef- Your message equal to his mind!
ly those present. j With you diffuseness is sublime-
mig iVm pjt f 1i'W a;e tC s Thought fog, ,n cl<rity P crime.
ias ' lr-on- '-onsidered His life in hiding what he meant!

cause as muon or more dis{enin'0 L that they had a right to attend Unless he wished to feed and fur
than tke recent interfraternity legis- whether they were acquainted with The soul of his interpreter-!
lation. The Daily, believes, however, the house or not. This had led to the Who, scanning deep the hazy thought,
that this need has been felt by every crowding of parties by guests some of Expounds himself what Browning
fraternity man who has considered whop have been extremely undesira- ought!
the situation carefully. It was in ble, both to the hosts and those guests So, digging deeper, class, recall
view of this sentiment that a system whom they desired to be present. In With wit that death's funeral,
of deferred rushing 'was suggested many cases the fraternity giving the That Heaven's Love, and Virtue's
several times at the beginning of the dance welcomed the participation of good,
year. some of their guests, and it was diffi- And loudly bray the platitude!
At several colleges and universities cult for them to discriminate during ARGENTINO.
the practice of deferring pledging and the dance and ask undesirable persons: * * *
liniting rushing during the first to leave. The recent exposure of Charlie
semester has worked with consider- We must realize that a fraternity Chaplin's wife as a little 16 year old
able degree of success. It cannot be party is given primarily for its mem- ginch who has not finished her school-
said to have solved all problems, but bers and those guests whom the mem- ing gives away also the woeful weak-
it has at any rate given the freshman bers desire to attend. In view of the ness of California's education laws.
rusbees more of a chance to establish present situation a written invitation How has Lita dodged the fourth grade
themselves before, they decide on the is the best way of signifying to non- for the last three years while she
ho-use in which they must live for the members that they are welcome. worked in the movies, we should like
four most important years of their It has been suggested that the de- to know?
life. Rushing, as it now exists at cision of the invitations be left in the And think (if you feel like it, of
Michigan, is all the name implies. It hands of the individaul fraternity. If course-we're not trying to force you)
is rfair to the fraternity and to the this is done no fraternity will adopt -think of the scores of directors who
1 -i.piont of the pledge pin. the plan because of the fear of incur- must have trembled in their boots as
It is well known that the Inter- ring the disfavor of other fraternities. they read of Lita's abduction by the
fraternity Council has been endeavor- Matters will remain the same and truant officer! A fourth grade com-
ing to get information from other col- some fraternity will suffer through posed of Mrs. Chaplin, the DeMille
leges concerning their systems. That no fault of its own .boys, Freddie Niblo, that cunning lit-
in itself is a good idea. It is essential, To say that such a system would ( tie tyke! (that boy's always up to
nevertheless, that concerted action create cliques seems illogical. The something-got more mischief in him
bring about change at Michigan im- fraternities have the chance to invite than ten little red devils)-and the
mediately before we are again in the the men they wish, and in this way Rocket boys, Al and Ray, that madc
throws of a rushing season. The right representatives are invited from a 'Abraham Lincoln,' would certainly
monent is at hand. The Council will wide range of fraternities, dependent be a pleasure for any teacher to
do well to take advantage of it, if it on the wishes of the participating1handle.
values its future as a significant in- members. Ah, dear, what a fourth-grade THAT
fivence._It is strange that no objections would BE! But the California laws
aroseIuntil the ruling was passed; were artfully designed to slip around
EYES FRONT The plan was made public several I ignorami that are more than 18 years
One plank in The Daily's platform days before the meeting and there old, darn it. . . .
L; to advocate the abolition of trivial was amnie time for discussion. Yet j* *
abuses. Another is to urge certain I at the meeting there was not one un- Vers de Societe
changes which add materially to the favorable vote cast against the report A beautiful maid has Cowles batty;
comfort and well being of the stu- of the committee. This would seem Thinking of her wherever he goes:
dent body. In pursuance of the latter to signify that the objection is com- A nice little girl with ten fingers,

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Servant and Magician, Spencer A.
Weart, '25E.
Warrior, Philip D. West, '27A.
Warrior, John A. Nhitworth, '27.
Commander Swift (U. S. Warship
"Mlichts endr3"). Carl W. Trempf. '26.
Choruses:
Show Girls-Douglas W. Ball, '26.
John P. Doleman, '26, Watson D. Har-
! baugh, '27, Donald E. Johnson, '25,
Stanley B. Lewey, '26, Milton A.
Peterson, '25, Charles F. Preece, '27,
Frederick Proctor, '25, Karl B. Rob-
ertson, '25E, C. Edward Smith, '27,
Howard A. Visel, '25, Leston S. White-
head, '27.
Girls' Chorus--Leo A. Cannon,
'25E, James W. Day, '27, Clyde L.
1 Hagerman, '25, 11. T. Lathrop, '27,
Joseph D. Lawrence, '27L, Frederick
J. McManus, '25, Gregory W. Melaven,
'25L, Kenneth A. Michel, '25A, Donald
S. Robbins, '26, Lester S. Smith, '27,
Willis E. Topper, '27, Lyle S. Van Ant-
werp, '25E.
Men's Chorus-William I. Arnold,
'26E, Paul W. Bruske, '26, Harold W.
Dudley, '27, Russell E. Duncan, '26A,
H. Ross Flowers, '27, Forrest A.
Heath, '27, Francis T. O'Brien, '26E, 0.
Henry Jekel, '25, John R. Shaw, '25,
Pryor Smith, '27, Frederick E. Stur-
mer, '26, Alvin W. Tolle, '27, John A
Whitworth, '27, Philip D. West, '27A.
Musical Numbers:
Act I
1. Opening Chorus (Snyder), Fugi
San and Priests.
2. Nyan Toy's Lament (Snyder),
Nyan Toy.
3. Tell Me, What Is Love (Snyder),
Nyan Toy and Jack.
4. Entrance of American Party
(Snyder), Chorus Ensemble andl
Dance.
5. Archeology (Snyder), Professor
Tombs.
6. I'm Twenty One (Kratz), Jack
and Men's Chorus.
7. Walking Home With You (Sny-
der), Peaches and George.
8. Vamps May Come (Snyder), Mar-
celine.
9. Lanterns of The Night'(Snyder).,

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We often hear it contended that individuals should be allowed to
conduct their checking accounts unrestricted by limitations as to the size of
their accounts, the 'amount of their checks or a monthly charge on the account
for services.
We believe that it is specious reasoning. It is prrnitting the tail to wag
the dog. It would be just as logical to insist that because the merchant derives
a nice profit from the sale of.-suits and overcoats, he ought to conduct a
haberdashery department where he gives away hosiery and neckwear. The
difficulty would be that so much free business would be done that it would
seriously impair his profits and his ability to seive his profitable customers.
Manifestly it would not be good business.
The analogy between the merchant and the bank is imperfect in this
respect however, in that the merchant might justify such a policy as being
good advertising. It might increase the sale of suits and overcoats to such
an extent as to actually increase his income. But with the bank there is no
such possibility. It results only in increased expense with no additional
profitable business.
It certainly is true that banks exist because there is a demand for them.
They would not operate if there were no profitable business for them to
handle. That fact we believe should control the policy of the bank. The
bank should try and facilitate the handling of its profitable accounts and not
permit too great interference from its unprofitable ones. In that manner it
will really render the highest service to its community.
But of course we are not arguing that banks should discontinue the
carrying of small checking accounts. A checking account is a very valuable
service which few .folks care to do without. To force them to discontinue
it would be a serious inconvenience for them and would be unfair. But if it
is a valuable service they should be willing to pay for it. If the account is
not large enough to pay for itself, a charge should legitimately be made to
cover its cost.
The bank you deal with is doubtless desirous of serving you as faithfully
as possible. But its directors have a justifiable right to insist that it not

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