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In the midst of all the discussion
of the World Court, the League of A ia c
Nations and international harmony, AND
Dr. David Starr Jordan, president DRAASTLY THE D R A M A
emeritus of Leland Stanford uni- CORRESPONDENTS!
versity and prominent educator and Our Firenze correspondent (who - "Tk_ -- __ at" by
author, has won the prize of $25,000 covers also Rome and Vienna when -OIH "ce oClOak hb
offered by Raphael Herman, Washing- st sh w onaldE . L. Snyder at8:1 o'clock in
ton power equipment manufacturer, has time) sends us the following the Whitney theatre.
for the best educational plan for the from an English newspaper:
actual accomplishment of world peace. The Bedale met on Monday at "TICHLKIE) TO DEATH"
As with all other propositions of Brough. A fox from the Whin went A review, by Norma Bicknell.
Iworld scope, the greatest objections to away towards the Hall, but coningks
back through the Whin ran a ring; While, the keynote of simplicity has
the plan will probably take the formkW a been struck in this ear's opera when
round Brough, and crossing Catterick.
of skepticism as to the ability of put- roudoug , and ong therick een st intit yea's oer wn
ting it into operation. Ilowever that Racecourse ran down to the Swale. compared to last, it would be untrue
may be, the underlying principle thatHe crossed the river and almost) to remark on it as a "simple" produc-
reached Scarton Station before turn- tion. Costumes, dances, songs, all
peace must be brought about throughrs
itadtonn ing through Uckerby Grange. He now were done in the atmosphere of slinky
education favoring tpointed for Church Whin, and turn- China, with pleasant variations when
upon war at the sane time is sound the American choruses and Russian
ing up almost to Lingy Moor, bent intos.
reasoning. Uckerby Whin. After some delay the spies appeared. Not knowing a great
Taking up a few of the more specific deal about Russia I cannot comment
points in the plan, the educator out- pack hunted to North Cawton Whin on the reproduction of a Russian
lines a system of committees to beIand lost the fox after a very good countess, but if she, in her character,
formed fsysvarious ends. One com hound hunt of an hour and 45 minutes was as true to life as the American
SIand a seven-mile point. Hounds did college boys were in theirs, nothing
mittee would consider the teaching oi not draw again. more could be desired.
patriotism, another would make Plans * * * The opera should get across big out-
for promoting mutual understanding The Foolitzer Prize for 1924 side of Ann Arbor. The book and
between the nations of the world, Once upon a time there was a little music in places was unusually attrac-
while still another would determine tive, 'tho in many other cases woefully
the possibility of crystalizing the gen- boy, and his name was Percival. He cking in uniy nd harmony. The
was C'lh in uniy(and hrmontyt~. Tpe
eral sentiment for peace among the;was a very nice little boy who wore .-s thems- ves were stilted, typi-
citizens of the United States in a frilled blouses and Buster Brown ties. cally musical comedy, consciously
iaOne day Percival couldn't decide waiting for the audience to react,
Bureau of Conciliation or a Peace Iwhether he would rather pick flowers rushing on when it (lid not react with
Council under the Department of or play with the boys, but picking no attempt to coifortably bridge the
State. Obviously, all of these cammit- flowers was cleaner so he did that. He awkwardness created by a flat joke.
tees are but abstract vagaries, to a ! "Peaches" and "Love is Fate" are
wandered in the woods and saw so
great extent, and must continue to be many lovely geraniums and chrysan- distinctly hummnable, the dance ac-
so until they have actually been or- ucompanying them whimscal, the char-
ganil thd have uyeen themums and dandelions and snow- acters in theme adorable, and the
eand proved successful in drops that he didn't know which ones scenes around them delightful. Even
to pick so he went on and on. At last Marceline, with her eternal desire to
Perhaps the most concrete and ac- hiefilled his basket and thought he be loved ani three fraternity pins
ceptable of all of the proposals is that would go home. But he was lost, and could find nothing lacking in the love-
which advocates the formatian of a, could not find the path. He looked and making of Nyan-Toy and Jack. Russell
committee to investigate the.present looked, but he was only more lost than Gohring,. '27 as Jack, had a voice well
teaching of history throughout the ever. At last it grew dark so he sat up to the standard of a hero, and
world, evaluating the textbooks fromn down and cried himself to sleep. Phillip R. Miller, 2411 danced-to put
the standpoint of international amity. the morning when he wakened and it in vernacular-divinely.
Nor should the citizens of the United In a separate paragraph Fugi San,
States think that only the people o ked for the path, he was sitting Barre Hill, '25, deserves mention, not
Germany, Russia and other countries on it. because of his acting, but for the
The Knglltingale. power and beauty of his voice, which
which were under the rule of despotic
monarchs before the World war wereBx has grown in charmn since his last
Billet Doux appearance professinally."
deprived of the truth and fed with Jason my hero: Ma creline and Tu Yung, Charles
propaganda fostering militarism and Thought I would let you know Livingston, 27L, and Willard Span-
inIntoa ard that I'm still about. Haven't felt agel, '25E, respectively, as carica-
To be tpecific,r iany of the text- funny for a long time so I haven't tures, were good.t'here may have
books used in the American public written you. Very sorry you are have been an ounce of overacting in
schools, colleges and universities so stingy with dispensing your both their parts but it was easily
which present accounts of the humor. At least . still enjoy t excused andl put down as good coin-
Revolutionary war in a way which I edy. While "Peaches," Dan S. Warner,
has caused actual hatred of the Brit- I predict a great future for you '27, said not a word, she put across
ish,my boy. Someday you may have a personality that had everyone--
theschools. 'Should anyone doubt your story in the American. Who 'not only the "boys" rooting for her.
this statement, he might be surprised Put what evil genius caused the di-
to learn that recent textbooks written Sans* rector to put the huge brunettes of
bpresent-day leaders in the field of *. the chorus in the front row, through-
by ps Y We had intended to give over the out? Especially with such a prepos-
t American history have been banned whole column to the easement of the sessing group of blondes peeking over
from the New= York schools because
contributors, but the-touching 'note their shoulders, waiting for their

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action of . nLnt traternity .uoun.ii of their absoluteiaccuracy4in1telling4oft 11---------------------,--- -- -"b
of their absolute accuracy in telling ofabove calls us back to duty-aye, and chance o stun
in deferring final action on a scheme the Revolutionary war. One of theakescit smacpleasure.aTere's!thetdd. tue hudience-which
makes it seem a pleasure. There's they did.
designed to correct existing evils is questionable statements which so nothing like a little note of apprecia- The first act gave slight promise
commendable. There were some per- aroused the New York educators was tion in the middle of a Dark Hourof the charm of the second. It open-
sons, it is understood, who wanted to one to the effect that the British sol- And there's no typing half so pleasant ed picturesquely but not strikingly,
diers were "brave" in battle.. Such y.l Hill's voice holding the attention of
rush anotherd plan through before the s as copying compliments to yourself.
texts would be welcomned not banned.i Knowing that yur on obod 'the audience while the chorus gyrated.
individual houses were given a chance Thus by a careful consideration ofIg But in the second act, though one or
I cast them to a waiting throng on the
to compare carefully the merits of. every possible detail in the teaching two choruses could not wait for their
to c p crl t mr odait tc gmorrow. Knowing that all the throng turn to appear and the black and
both propositions. Such a spirit is of history, the feasibility of promoting will think you wrote it yourself.
remeniscent of the passage of the in- better relations through international l th yo writ yors. wite cou aslaking n ethus,
Tht' te aywththons.. asm and sparkle, tegnrlfec,
vitation system a week ago, and it is sports, a thorough study of the * * * spirit, tone, everything was better.
well that it was squelched. problem of military education in the He mentions my future. That's a ; The final chorus stirred the Michigan
In all of this discussion, however, schools and the arguments for war cheering thought in itself. Better than lpat:i otism to its utmost; marines do
there is still a confusion of the real as a cosmic necessity. Dr. Jordan's the present, and all that, you know. have a peculiar psychological effect
issue, the drinking at campus social ! plan would aim to completely over- (Right now there happens to be a guy on any audience greatly increased
functions, with the trivial matter of turn the existing ideas of the nations dgnt she they step through a green dragon
crowding. Perhaps the invitation of the world with a view toward creat- soldier suit on. Cavalry boots. Spurs curtain and rush down to the foot-
system, if finally adopted, would fa- i ing a feeling of international peace. Serge. Sam Browne Belt. Makes 1n lights with ready bayonets. Finales--
cilitate control of the 'drinking If the nations of the world can be in- awful noise when he walks. Depress- as finales go--vary with each year's
temporarily, but it could never be duced to accept such a program, awfl nopera. None has ever been more ef-
permanent. Only a stand by the monstrous steps toward world peace Of course I don't know anything e2tive.
Council on drinking, sanctioning the could be taken within the next thirty ABOUT my future. Not many people Gege . Ibotn, , last of the
ABOT y ftr. Nt ay peoplI Musg a vex,, has a peculiar speaking
"throwing out" of those whose con- or forty years. do. I'd be a funny sort of a boy if II voice in the character of Tombs, pro-.I
duct is a disgrace to the campus will did know, is the way I look at it. i fessor of Archaeology. It would be
end fraternity difficulties and lead to- II Well anyhow I'm going to succeed ghastly to hear such a one Shouting
ward a definite assumption of respon- CAMPUS OPINITONin whatever line I take up. The way in a clas;s, but then, other audiences
sibility by the individual houses. Anonym o' cormm .un cations will he to do that is do your best ever day. ' iwon't know how meek and mild pro-
disi egarcle i.'IThe names of cornrntni- o lrrlae sa5ill
For those organizations who feel cants win"erieraed as *fessors ordinarilyar. As a sal
that the increasing crowds at dances cinf~lenial upon request. Verses to a Hard Name of college life at Michigan, demon-
constitute for them a real problem Cynical Casonovia Catherine! amples, this year's opera is more local
there was offered at Monday's meet- To the Editor: My what a mouthful that makes!I'tan otheave beenaistears.
y I than others have been in past years.
ing a plan which has all the good Credit where credit is due. A writer Ah, what an intricate pattern The carefree atmosphere is typical,
features of the much-maligned invita- in your correspondence column com- Verse with your name in it takes. delightful-enjoyable.
tion system and seems to involve no plains of the generally unoriginal * * *
very serious difficulties. It would character of Daily editorials this year To writing such rhymes I'm un- A iNOTE ON THE DANCING
serve to eliminate undesirable guests, and for many previous years. By and equal, The program of the Union Opera
but would not break down that admir- large, of course, the charge is justi- Lines such as these are obtuse-- credits Roy Hoyer of Fred Stone's
able interfraternity good spirit which fled, as it must be of any daily paper. Tell me, what WILL be the se- "Stepping Stones" company with the
has come to be a tradition at Mich- Who can compose a first-rate essay quel-- dancing of the production. While it
igan. All of the spontaneity of an open six or seven times a week? But I do Tell me-but then, what's the use? I is true that Mr. Moyer conceived and
dance would be maintained without not think that the remark ought to Caliban planned a certain majority of the num-
curtailing the rights of the fraternity pass without one qualification. This is * * * bers, Philip Miller, '25 D, the student
responsible for the affair. Friends of the fourth year that I have been read- I Model Letter who does the two specialty dances in
the house could drop in when occasion ing Daily editorials and the first year Dear Johnson: "Tickled To Death" with "Peaches" 1
seemed fit without the embarrassing in which I have noted an intelligent Please accept my heartiest -con- 1 Joyce, actually trained the choruses,
necessity of procuring a formal but attempt at cmment editorially on the gratulations on your election as class spending two, three, or more hours
highly inconsequential written bid. big questions of national end inter- president. Of course, since I was the each day since the opening of college
All this is very well. A guest book national politics. Your critic should rival candidate, I felt a sportsmanlike at the Mimes theatre working with
regulation could even be adopted as have had a word of praise for several determination to make a good fight, them. le also conceived several ofl
a universal rule without hampering admirably impartial and well con- but I am sure you will not harbor the most popular numbers in the per-
the right of some organizations to sidered statements on the recent na- against me anything I may have said formance independently.
give open dances. , No doubt in cer- tional campaign and on events in ) hastily in the heat of the conflict. You This becomes increasingly signifi-
tain locations there has been trouble Europe. That, at least, is novel in a are the best man in the class for the cant as the cry against the profes-
with passing crowds dropping in, un- campus daily paper, usually immersed position, old fellow, and you will have sionalism of the Opera grows more
invited and unwelcome. It is curious, in the petty politics of the little world not more loyal supporter, I promise and more unfounded. The Princeton
though, that houses in the same loca- of college. And your campus affairs you, than your late antagonist. Triangle club is invariably held as
tion have had little or no trouble editorials, albeit unoriginal, are at Always cordially yours, a model of the ideal amateur organiza-
simply because they have chosen to least always on the side of law and Rupert S. Austin. tion sponsoring a college musical
frown on drunkenness in connection order, public decency and good sports- * * * comedy; yet it is a virtue to be as
with social' functions. As has been ! manship, and I think I can recall We did not have the pleasure of justly proud of that the Mimes have
pointed out many times in The Daily some Daily editorials in previous writing the above, but we intend produced in "Tickled To Death" one
the adoption of a rule of some sort years that lacked even these elemen- shortly to produce a series of model of the most genuinely collegiate re-

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