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Germany, to put it colloquially,
seems to be up the creek. This young
and turbulent republic, in spite of the
fact that she should by this time be
commencing to settle down, is still
swayed by all the opposing forces


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which inevitably rise in a land where (Old Song)
democracy is a new thing. Her pres- THIS AFTEROON: The Faculty
.1 see by the papers that some of TlSATRON h aut
ent fix seems to be a complex mixture the prominent ladies of Ann Arbor ob-Concert Hi aupditorium at :
of all the ills which we tinow as . , ob c
chaac teisc oftheicme r orma ject to women's smoking. My eyesight lo*lck*
characteristic of the dcimocratic form'continuing sturdy, I see that various
of government. "f . 11. S. INAEORE"
of the local coeds have expressedIPN
In the first lac, Germany's elec- their views on the subject-views as A review, by Melvin Stewart.
t~in late fall was of such a nature;
tion t a diverse as it is possible for views to "For in spite of all temptations to
that it failed definitely to decide any-' be. .. Well, maybe that's pretty belong to other nations, he remains
thing. At the time none of the half strong, but these views are pretty di- an Englishman!"
dozen or more parties succeeded in verse."And especially his cousins, which
gaining anything like a majority, or * * , are reckoned by the dozens!"
even a convincing plurality. It be- "Refrain, audicious tar, your suite
came necessary to resort to a coali- At one extreme we find the view fIromp ressing--
tion of parties, and it was hoped that headed by the caption 'Not a Prude,' Remember who you are---and whom
Chancellor Marx, whose svmnathies written by a good wholesome girl who addressing!"
are decidedly on the side of the Dawes says "I enjoy dancing and all higher It is silly to praise lines like these.
plan and souforms of amusement and perhaps it It is silly to praise a man, years dead,
beblendtsobngterm efrnagverwnu-dis for this reason thatI do not feel who could conceive such an outrage-I
e able to bring together a govern rt ra th ouslyclever pun as the statement that
ment. On Friday Ihe gave up his at-- the urge to practice this unnatural junior partnership in a law firm
tempt in disgust, and the only person and totally unladylike habit." was the only ship Sir Joseph ever
left with any sembhance of a chance A very nice letter, we thought. Gra- knew. Gilbert and Sullivan are Gil-
to form a cabinet i's former Chancellor tifying to learn that there are still bert and Sullivan-and here comes Sir
Stresemann, a man who has decidedly women who do enjoy the 'higher forms Joseph in his barge, attended by the
Monarchical and Pan-Germanic bias; of amusement,' including, no doubt, I swarm (or whatever it was) of sisters,
a man to whom the Dawes plan is dancing, sledding, bowls, back-gam- aunts, and cousins who accompany
and foul smelling. mon, and peek-a-boo. him wherever he goes. What a way
sometherg of Geran iouslls ione. **to get a chorus on the stage!
Another of Germany's ills is one As Mr. Hopper pointed out at the
from which the United States has but The letter headed with the rather beginning of his curtain speech, his
lately recovered, that of graft. It is insulting, phrase, "Another Woman," part in the play is a small one--and it
reported by people who ought to know takes another point of view. This is a lity. lle should have a three--act
that a number of graft schemes re- other woman believes that the Wom- monologue written for him. Last year
cently exposed make anything we an's Club is making, as the saying he played the big part--and enlarged
have known look like a mere trifle. goes, a mountain out of a molehill. In it; this year, with a small part, he did
Over a dozen of these graft schemes, her own words, it is a "matter un- the same thing. If we may be soj
which were started it appears almost worthy of the notice of such a bold, and begging his pardon, we think
as soon as Germany began to operate splendid organization." th so w o e better if hwo-
I to01) tiipping; over hawsers and mar-
under the Dawes plan and gold began Well, there's something in that. Nice 1inspikes and capstans, and pulling
to flow freely again, have been ex- Point, anyway. safety pins out of his pants.
posed, and they involve each a sum As for the supporting cast (as the
between $2,500,000 and $12.500,000. - "A Co-ed" writes lengthily and dramatic critics say) Henry Kelly was
In addition to these and other ills, viciously defending the stand of the very satisfactory as Captain Corcoran,
the legislative bodies-the Reichstag smokers. She starts off "I note with as was George Shields as Sir Joseph.
r end the Prussian diets---seem to have disgust a report of the recent action Sarah Edwards as Little Buttercup did
°ot letehv thvr contvol over of the Woman's Club of Ann Ar- as well as any cnd better than most.
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Both chor use;; were very Add.
,ti.,(15 osomething should be said for the
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There is no mysterious reason
why crowds come to the Arcade
fo-r Sunday dinner. The superb
foods, low prices, the pleasure
in eating here---all explain it.
Upstairs, Nickels Arc

. ae F. Taylor ntra
Louis W Krame of the Allies to evacuate Cologne, for she has not refuted their main pont-- ochetra, and Catain Wilfred WilsonI
instance--are jeered down in favor the fact that they think female smok- of the Varsity Band. Both did well
of those who would talk about in- ing is disgusting. with the music, as did their colleagues,
ternal party strife. it is all right for Kind of a hard thing to get around. under the direction of Max Fichandler.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1925 * * * The music, of course, was impeccable.
legislatures to be turbulent-France***
-be In pleasing contrast to the excited
Night Editor-HAROLD.A. MOORE hsswntaa gsaurmy cries of the women in the controversyT GARSMN
turbulent and still do some work-ce fe nih t rslJARI SM AV"
R but when those bodies which have is the note of dignified amusement A review, by Valentine Davies.
been assembled for the purpose of struck by one male contributor to the The New York Theatre Guild's first
President Coolidge is right in ashelping to carry on the ovdebate. "As a typical, and I may say, production of the season is a brittle,
helpng t cary onthe ovenment
suming that the best and predominant can do nothing but tw'itt(er their time normal college man I have been very clever, typical Molnar comedy called
element of public opinion is in sym- away in empty squabbling, things much amused by the stand taken by "The Guardsman." It is an amusing
a local woman's organization in re- elaboration of the husband and lover
p gards to smoking by women," he says. theme running through all of the
°Vatin on the capital ships of the navy ---Ag-ain--'-we--t
oaany other atsure tht d ADailystory-t-impe The years of mellow thought which author's shorter pieces. Aain
or any other measure that would A Daily story yesterday implied'
his next aphorism bespeaks: "It is have the actor and actress, but this
violate the spirit of the Washington that Frank G. Logan of Chicago is a
part of human nature to do the thing time they are married. The husband
fore, therpeop ofhe A Une Stes wors olst eclae. The wshe which at the particular time is for- fears a rival-not without reason for
fore, the people of the United States world's oldest necklace. The head-wbidden." his wife has had inunerable liasons
are united in a wish to insure world writer forgot that this is the day of . It is a pleasure for anyone as u- before their marriage-and he (eter
peace, and they will back the admin- male wristwatches and fancy vests for mines to avoid1further spisodes 13y
istration to the limit in its efforts to men.
to observe the brave showing made being the next paramour himself,
eliminate the possibility of renewed,,y-h--s--------mbWith this in mind, his fancy falls
competition in armaments. I If "stressing the need" for a new t*h s on a Guardsman-one of the tall, grim
The alarmists who for the past few University museum does any good a
wWefeel it our duty to the Muses Slavs one sees whem passing the Rus-
eeks have been attempting to con- donor should be forthoing imme-to give notices to (a) the Comedy sian embassy-and he confies his
vince the nation of the probability of diately.
wice ahe n stionof t e rtailityfClub's production Wednesday of "The double scheme of avo ding another
,,,,foreignaggressioninorderthatthey Adm irable Bashville" and (b) M r. W il- 'veal an d testing his wife's fidelity to
might foist upon Congress a program fred's Clavilux program on the day a friend of the familys, a dramatic
of naval expansion, unnecessary from CAMPS OPINION fesClvuxporm nthda{
of n x n cbefore. (We are aware that there is critic. 1-ater in the ante-room of a
any point of view, must now admit Annmcos communicatiojs will be
disregfrdeel. The names of communi- no Muse whose especial province is box at the Opera, he woes her pas-
defeat. The Congressional committee l ;ants will, however, be regarded as the Art of Mobile Color; but a Muse sionately in his guise of. the Guards-
investigating the proposition for gun confidenial upon request.i
will probably be secured to take care man only to be half-accepted, helf-re-
eitlevatio an uestan toassute A Iof it soon, if it survives. Or the work pulsed. As a climax he unmasks his
i-ight policy andthesiatr.ToassumenAdPmight be distributed equally among plot, accusing' his wife of perfidy;
tresponbiy the mtr.The s To the Editor: the whole Celestial Nine, which do but she cooly replies that she appre-
tacer' by tle President practically set- I wish to take this opportunity to not appear to be extraordinarily busy ciated it all the time: the curtain falls
Jo i c , s 'on s nec he' states that commend a courtesy on the part of a (these days.) with 'the question unsettled, quite
" o e dmember of the faculty, toward myself "The Admirable Bashville" is the where the play began.
'r 0v; Utcc to carry out his a student.hisis act was really more play in Shakesperian blank verse Obviously, "'rhe Guardsman" is the
A; A:A'f I mrrinth-e slirit as well then a mere courtesy for it was en- that Shaw knocked off in a week or type of comedy which stands or falls
Ae letier 'i the' nava reaty- tirely unnecessary, unusual, and even I so, because he heard that someone in by its acting -and in the present pro-
T1' uns tAmXyoutburst of Secretary extraordinary especially on the part America was preparing to swipe his iduction it unquestionahly stands.
1V hJbxr aid 1 -' 'ohorts a few weeks; of a member of the faculty. I dramatic rights to the novel from Alfred Lunt as the actor is brilliant,
The at of which I speak occurred which the story is taken. It appears outstanding, and while Lynne Fon-
the whole trouble. They practically on the slippery night immediately + that the first person to make a play tainne as the wife has had parts more
insulted Japan by designating her as, preceding vacation. Owing to not out of an English novel can have the suited to her natural talent she gives
our probable opponent in the "next having chains on my car it had slip- dramatic rghts thereto-provided he a remarkably sustained performance.
war," and insisted that if we are to ped off the road unto a rutty field hires a hall and gets the thing put on. Dudley Digges as the critic and Helen
maintain the 5-5-3 ratio of the inter- from which I could notL move it. After So Shaw ripped off this play and got Westley as the professional stage-
national agreement we must spend at I bad about given up the fight a Ford some of his cronies together and hired mother are exceptional in their minor
least $100,000,000 a year on our navy coupe backed down into the field and a hall and hired some people to fill it I roles.
rnd undertake such things as gun the owner offered help. He made a and put it on--as you all remember. Beyond this, the entire atmosphere
elevation to place our present fighting I desperate but vain attempt to tow me t * * * is deftly, subtly created, a masterful
line on a par with that of Japan and { out, but when lie saw that was im- - "The phrase "as you doubtless re-' example of excellent ensemble. Philip
Great Eritain. This brought forth a
possible he offered to take the young member," or "as all of you know" is Goodman is the d:rector as well as
p otest from Great Britain relative lady that was with me home. This one of the enraging trifles that is author of the English version and de--
to the legality under the treaty of he did and despite my protests fostered by the Public speaking de- serves the highest credit for present-
such a step, resulttng in an inter- brought me back to the car, although partment, and is used freely by every ing the season's most clever, intrigu-
e hange of notes with Japan on the first stopping at his house to get some professional lecturer that appears on ing light comedy.
subject. Japwn's 'agreement with our, ' ater for my radiator andi a chain the amateur stage. Whether it fools * * *
state der.artient that the elevation I for me to use on the wheel. IHe helped people into thinking they DO remem- "1R. GIEIINGI
of gunr was perfectly legal was hailed attach the chain and after the car ber (or recall) I have never been able Carl E. Gehring, who graduated
trri-b') 71cyh-r the irnlitaristicelementiehad pulled itself out lie insisted that to discover (or ascertain). from the University School of Music
-t i, iIi : 0!a1)",sdi keen th p mh h in I en f'i1n re oo * * * in l 2l anl from the Literary college
SY nr nu cn ' e e n r
nv. The songs are "Little
Flowers of Love and Wonder," "For
-hole block away. and had taken his Ingenious substitute for the nation a IMcment the Wind Died," both texts
car out of the garage on one of the al game suggested in an advertise- by Theodore Dreiser, and "Love That
disr^.^r nte? that the Rpublcan par- I Nworst night that I s"a'e seen for a ment in the Saturday Evening Post: Never Dies" with words by Hester
ty in the past has not assumed a co- long time and coe down in the hope Miss Your Golf? Gering.
operative position in regard to the of helping some stranded motorist. Try Sauerkraut Mr. Gehring has also written music
League of -ations, it is encouraging Even at the risk of embarrassing * * * for several of Robert Frost's poems
to note that the President is making my benefactor 1 trhnk that the name * * * m ,n mm' h . -,A . 4'e




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