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04-e ities said their investigation showed
e 12 C '9% that the Inside of the hail where the
n dance was held was wrecked, that the
Published every morning exept Mond janitor's private vmg quarter: were
juring the Universiy year by the Board mI aio' rvt iigqatrswr
Control of Student Publications. broken into by couples, , and that
Members of Western Conference Editorial broken whiskey bottles were found
Association. all over the place.
An analogy might be drawn bAtween
The Associated Press is exclusively en- this and those college pat'e
titled to the use for republication of all news anhhs oleepn
dis tches credited to it or not otherwise which have so recently become the
credited in tiis paper and the local news pub- t
lished thercin. butt of criticism, just as an analogy
may be drawn between high school
Entered at the posofice at Ann ?arbor, cleefaentisIntelt
Micl iian, astsecond class matter. Specialrate and college fraternities. In the lat-
of postage granted by Third Assistant Post- ter, only the worst features are ccpicd
master General. .
Subscription by carrier, $3.50; by mail, -the silly mock initiations and the
$4-Sices. Ann Arbor Press Building, May- use of violence, often with unhappy
nard Street. results. Just so with college
Phones: Editorial, 2414 and 176-M, busireut. Js so wh cleg
seas, 960. "brawls." It may seem puritanical to
warn students against setting a bad
EDITORIAL STAFF example. That is, nevertheless, just1
Telephones 2414 and 176.M exactly what they are doing.

//- AND
Forecast from the department of1
.eTHIS AFTERNOON: The organ Re-
A g: culture of the United States of . -a a :5o'lc n iladioim
Ameica fc Loer ichgan cital at 4 :15 o'clock in Hill auditoriuli.
.America, for Lower Michigan.
MUCH COLDER COLD WAVE Symphony orchestra at 8 o'clock it
NORTHWEST WINDS A review, by Robert Ramsay.
Those who yearn most longingly for
I spos you've all seen cold waves, the Opera of college life where boys
haven't you? Well, there's a cold are boys, those who cry out most in-
cold wave coming. The tall heckler e y o r ot msi
in Row H who asks how cold is a cold sistently for a return to the musical
wave is the boy who wins today's comedy where choruses naively mis-
1;,rteske. step, leads slip their cues, and cam-
* * * pus satire is such as to call only for
Mluch against our will, we are drawn' a faint titter from the simpering
anew into the :Opera controversy. At dowagers, have their fondest hopes
least the public will admit that from
realized in "Tickled to Death." Mimes

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Sunday Editor........Robert S. Mansfield
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To the Editor: now on it is a purely academic cus
It is my policy to refrain from any cussion on our part, as we are neither has departed from the run they have
(ha ha) detracting from the opera run, in giving, year after year, revues
controversial communication to The
sales, nor boosting them in the way elaborate in costume, gorgeous in
Daily, buc when you permit an Indian that "A Cast Member" finds so objec- scenery, and all the million dollar
student to use your column for so tionable. splendor that silver cloth and gilt4
shameful a perversion of the truth as The series of jolly fellows who sign headdress can assemble, to return to
the statement by Pritam Singh in this their initials to one of the letters in the typical college play and musical
morning's paper I feel compelled by Saturday's paper maintain (a) that comedy for which the alumni cry,
the 'plot is unique and therefore in- with such good results as to lead one
terestnga to pray fervently that the next will
my protest. I took great pains while They maintain (b) that Mansfield's recall some of the old glory it is a
in India to visit the courts, high and review was a vehicle 'for weak and mere copy of the Follies. Better to
low, and to know first hand, not by amateurish sarcasm punctuated with imitate a peacock than to live in
hearsay, the practices there. I was a few personal slams.' If Mansfield's truth, the life of a marsh hen!'
review was sarcasm I am a banana Those jealous for the good name
amazed at the great pains t:ikcn by salesman by birth and training. of the University, fearful of the prob-
the British government to see that They further set forth the view that able effect of the Opera upon the
Indians poor or rich should get a (c) 'Tu Yung, Marceline, and Nyan- moral tone of the audiences yet to see IH
square deal. As to iequality of te Toy are the best parts acted. . .' its wonders, may still those vague and
races before the courts, due to the They say in addition that (d)The;troubled dreams, for there is nothing
tried by a jury of Indians, there was jokes that are brought in are skill- C in the whole production that would
fully woven into the fabric of the shock anyone; its vulgarities are not
every effort made to avoid it, and a whole.' so much crudities as lack of good
commission sitting on the subject somcIrdte slc fgo
whmiIo w s n therearrived ata jetho1 And that (e) 'only a weak and evil taste; its risque humor only such as to
ws eed toamh mind could find anything obscene in wring tears of genuine' pity from one 1
of procedure which s tMr. satisfy this year's opera.' The Managing habitually as immovable as the tra-
he a. Editor, happily, has prdclaimed us ditional sphinx. It is the kind of a A
silly statement that if an indian kills normal morally, whatever that means; show that will please the alumni (God
an Englishmen he is hung, but if an but if these six guys didn't see any- bless them) the kind of a show they
SEnglishman kils an Indian he is onlyuthing dirty in the opera they had bet- have been begging for; in its itinerary
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The personification of the spirit of {
American labor has passed with Sam-
uel Gomners. He was practically the
founder of its federation, its leader
for more than forty years, and its in-
spration for all time. It was Samuel
Gompers who made possible the pres"-
ent general understanding of labor
conditions, it was he who worked un-
ceasingly to keep the organization;
free from the trammels of Bolshevisticj
There is much romance in the
career of America's great labor leader.
Born in England on January 27, 1850,
he came to America when still a boy.
T-.e did not, wait until maturity to be-

frned$100 or given a monhsinm- ter start in reading What Every Young
prisonment there is no truth in it. Man Should Know, or else have a good
When Mr. Singh says that the British long talk with their mothers about '
are operating liquor houses against Things when they go home at Yule-
the wishes of the natives, the only tide.
truth in the assertion is that when fellows conclude their
The six jolly floscnld hi
followers of Gandhi gather about a letter with this (f):'All in all, an
rum shop, run legally by an Indian evening at the opera is an evening
native and try to drive away Indian well spent. Having seen the opera in'
customers with staves, a riot ensues Ann Arbor, we miean to take the folks_
between Indians and the British gov- and our "best girls" to see it in Do-!
ernment steps in and restores order, troit.'
driving away the illegal picketeers. They'll probably enjoy it too. The3
If the provincial legislature in which
two-thirds of the members are electedq
by Indians chose .to make liquor sell-
ing illegal the British government 'A Cast Member' is another one of
would enforce the law. As to the these boys that bolted all his freshman
absurd statement of your Indian health lectures, and consequently,'
propagandist that groups of more than after working in the opera for two
five students are not permitted to talk months, is still of the opinion that the
politics, I have myself repeatedly sat jokes are based on material to be
in the midst of groups of fifteen or found in Mother Goose and The;
twenty Indian students, and heard Youth's Companion. According to thisj
them arraign the British government astute laddie, the opera 'stands on its

about the neighboring cities it should
meet with much approval for it pic-
tures the type of people which the
alumni fondly imagine themselves to
have been back in the halcyon (lays'
of the glory of Jo's'; they will Lail it
as delightfully college in atmosphere,
naive in presentation; that will be
their judgment looking back upon the
span of years and coloring their life
here with a golden hue, while we as
contemporaries see only the silly
humor, the poorly trained choruses,
and it all reminds us unaccountably
of our senior play in the high school.
Well, they have it. Their prayer
has been answered as suddenly and
effectually as Nyan Toy's, and unless
we mistake there will be a reversion
next year to the old type of billionj
dollar fashiontarray. There can be
no great play of college life, we are
too near it to see any of the golden
haze that surrounds it in the alumnus
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gin his life work. At the age of bitterly, declaring for violence, and
fifteen, working at the cigar-making that they would drive the British out
trade, he commenced his activities in of India. No one paid the least heed
behalf of the American workingmen. to them. Mr. Singh says that if a man
From that time forward his great ideal talks about government or politics!
was the bettering of the condition of he is thrown into prison for a year.
the lower classes. It was with this in Nothing could be more untrue, and it
'i1d thst be insisted on conservatism, any fair-minded person has a doubt,
o paseK vioa t f a< .i rts, jot hi rego tn the eCneral Thrc h re,
as , me a ser , opp <FJ) a N sto e e f o
ef the nited tabas n the ori War, ad P, 1 "u 1 111)1:ha
Luke aIl :ailibwe humans, Samuel ;1'laWe thio're my s: f. They are filled
Gompers made his mistakes. It ip cer- with the bitterest criti ism of the Brit-
tain, however, that his every move ish government every day, but no ac-
was directed by a patriotic feeling- tion is ever taken against them. In-
that feeling which was made apparent deed, the British allow in India much
in his last wish, to die within the more intemperate attacks on govern-r

own merits and welcomes constructive dream. Some time the uday wait come
criticis adwhen sentimental enthusiasts will re-
Rhse guy that invented the phrase alize it. The opera this year will do
'construte criticis' my phrave as much to hasten that conclusion as
'constructive criticism may have ayhn lew nw
known what he meant by it at the anything else we know.
time, but he never told anyone else,
and since his death, it has been as
neaningless as the Sphinx-if not
* * *
And if 'you of the opera cast and the
m any initials want to read a review I
that IS a review, redd Ramsay's in the
column adjoining this one.
One more item. It is reported to us

borders of his country. Whatever his ment than our authorities at Washing- on swell authority that E. Mortimer
errors in judgment, he will take his ton have permitted at times within Shuter, of New York and Ann Arbor,
place in- history with those men who the last six years. the eminent dog-fancier and entrepre-
have worked faithfully for a great Indian students here would do their neur, has told the opera cast that Charles Livingston and Willard
cause, and have died with the fulfill- cause, as they regard it, much more Cowles wrote his review before see- Spanagel
mcnt of their ideal in sight. good if they wonld confine ttheir ing the show. He said he had wit- Leading Comedians in "Tickled To
criticisms to the truth. After such nesses to prove it. Death"
OVER-WORKED COURTS misrepresentations readers doubt even To this we reply that we are willing
the true things which Indians tell. I to go to any notary public in the land CHARLOT'S REVUE
Included in the annual report of] yy H s s with Mr. Shuter and his witnesses, A review, by Clarice Tapson.
AtonyGnrlHra .SoewsI recently heard Se; dl Hassain as Areiw yCarc asn
Attorney General Harlan F. Stone was before soime 400 Chicago business men bringing with us five good men and New York has finally allowed Char-
the announcement that Federal courts that the British goverument cut off true that saw us write the review and lot's Revue to journey into the prov-
are staggering under an enormous the thum s of all weavers of muslin hand it in at 11:55 Wednesday night, inces, and Detroit has just learned
burden of liquor cases. At the end of in Dacca, because their product in- and have a solemnly swearing con- why the blase theatregoers of the
the fiscal year 22,839 cases were still terferred with the British muslin in- test. metropolis forgot themselves and be-
pending, while 46,609 cases had been dustry, of course, nobody believed That's all, damn it. came enthusiastic. The reason is quite
terminated. This is an increase of ' ..,.
tsuch a ridiculous lie, and the audi- * * * obvious: Chariot's Revue is exhaus-
nearly 4,000 cases over the record ence lost faith in everything else Mr. tively funny; with the exception of
which these over-worked courts Someone who evidently might be
whch thse ovr-ored cort said. Indians maust learn two or three serious song numibers,
pinned to the wall last year. The in- hatsintsli. Adian udien expected to sell pennants sends us this which are senayls gems
that intelligent American auidiences'ilte rmtePso fteEs which are, incidentally, little gems of
evitable question raised by these fig- will not swallow yarns which mih letter fro the Pastor of the Eas their kind, the production is pure bur-
ures is whether disregard of the pro- wh ght Cleveland Baptist Church:er
be accepted in an ignorant In,_ian vil- D r" lesque for everyone concerned.
hibition laws is actually increasing, or beacpe:na inrn ninvL ear Sir:r
lage. A few sentimentalists, with no I have been unable to get aMich- The crown of it all goes to Beatrice
whether the enforcement unit is Toe..Ihv enuabet e -h
power to think logically, wiflacceptLillie. It seems quite safe to say that
ginning to function more efficiently. ligan pennant in Cleveland, but we
almost any nonsense which glib and America has no one to compare with
In any case, it shows as probably ,st-ny ought to have one to hang up with our her: even Charlotte Greenwood must
nothing else does the lack of esteem other pennants, recognizing our young I
wish to sread abroad, but the sensi- folks who are away at college. I wish, nrke her genuflexion. When Miss Lil-
inewAmhrlage whpotiohofborofcoage.lie couples the name of Llyod George
population holds the law. It shows ur ve tmei eans w might be you would send me one and send a and P ysg f h bth
uti l tha Ito service to the Indians will never be statement of the cost of it and I will apyrus, singing ofthembo
quite decisively that prohibition is interested in a cause which seems to . . that "Britain is proud of you," and
not, as yet, definitely accepted by all. .t in pay you for it. We certainly want
require misrepresentations to sustain' then enthusiastically begins the stir-
It is interesting to speculate on the rirsu Michigan to show up in the list of the
final disposition of the liquor problem. it.fourteen colleges that are represented
In closing I wish to say emphatical- yuApril, May, and June," the effect is all
Will the laws be repealed ultimately, y our young people. but indescribable.
Wly that I do not propose to be drawn * *o he funne.
or will the people finally become com- into further controversy, and anyone Og One of the funniest skits is entitled
pletely convinced of their desirability? who wishes to know my views on any One of the tough things about get"Tyd s. ds

T HINK of good will not only as a Christmas suggestion.
Make it a part of your year 'round creed. Practice it daily.
Cultivate the habit continually. You will be thc greatest beneficiary.
But Christmas time, when this spirit of good will is most in
the air, and most in the minds of men, is a good time to consider
it carefully. Carefully lest when the spell of the holiday spirit is
spent, we again neglect good will. For the heritage of good will
to the individual is contentment and happiness, to industry it is
growth and a good name, to society it is peace and prosperity.
Without this saving quality towards his fellows, no individual
may consider himself successful- He has neglected his greatest
opportunities. He has sold his birthright for a mess of pottage in
living for himself alone. He finds himself cold to those finer
sentiments of mankind which are a true measure of greatness.
Nor can an institution long exist without good will. It is the
firm foundation upon which every great industry is founded. It is
the power behind governments that makes them strong, just as it is
the quality within the hearts of men that makes them great-that
makes friends for them.
From Bethlehem comes our greatest lesson in good will.
Christ taught us. But we soon forget. It is his birth we celebrate
with perhaps too little thought to its real significance.

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But we'll all enter heartily into the spirit of Christmas--the
spirit of good will. Maybe a few will carry some of it with them
into the new year, and into the years to come.

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