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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIrDAY, fllB R

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ig~r- a bership of the Senate to less than aerr
quorum, thtus forestalling possible ROLLt
favorable action on the bill Some-1 )T 1 ulse vr onn xetMndybd uh osn o h rln
during the University year by the Board in "i o edfo hEtun
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1925
Night Fditor-EDWIN C. MACK

JI IVrAIt 5Iz~; : Hj l .K k A W1 A.-.
SENATOR :McVOR3]4i C - ___________________I
It takes more than a mere poltician! You can say what you want about
to stand out in the unitedl tate.s Sei- run t a Column,. it has its go
ate as an absolutely indiependent .'go1 A review, by Claice 7apson.
points. One of them is the pile of
thinker, ungoverned by ihe interests A typical Willard Mack imelodrama,
ofany snl party and uiseving gtsfo thecnutrtiis play now lbeing presented at the;
in thoughtful, individual (convictions Stoieis in the D~et roit News announc- Carick theatre, Detroit, is probably
on every piece of le ilation.]'et this 4in,g that Cowles is to The Daily what
is wat bth he fien andfoe of ' lthe best, certainly one of the best
is~~~~~ ~~~ wabohterensatdfsofP 1. A. is to the New York World
Senator Medil l cCormichi of Illinoisi, I pieces he has ever done. Without a
and "what C. T. S. is to the News."[
have been saying of him since his un- single murder, without even a gun
Mention 'inv Lerb Jump's sermons of a,
timely death early Wednesday morn- shot, "High Stakes" manages to keep
in.Sunday, .ad heprvi~lege fl being
ing.the ofnot only melodrama-lovers, but melo-
Entering the Senate just. after the' ducted at the discussion of Campus drm-ahrswlliieetdti
close of the World \\a, when national ! Norals in the Congregational church. its entire three acts..
affairs were at a most critical poin't, Tits privilege of being read at a Boardy About four-fifths of this interest is
Sentor1\lc~rmck ookhi fistdo-lMeeing of the Ann Arbor High School created and sustained by he infamous
'ided stand as a member of that bodly'Lwl Semn _ptysohsi
in opposition to the I--aloud. The privilege of having peo- Lwl hra h at ohsl
inopsto oteTreaty of Vr- ae lnsIalt iiadh a
sai~es nd .hei~eaue f Ntios ;ple say to you "Gosh it must be, hard ctdlnsfltofmadhhs1
saile ad he eaueofNai work thinking up stuff to put in there adroitly fused 'them with his own
covenant which President Wilson had ( s'mneisst ans advrf i
Just brought bath with him romevr(ly * 'characterization H Iis ever-moving
Europe. As in all ot her controversies,
the~~~~~~~~ Iliossntrwa t*' is. Our fame has spread far. In the last( hands, the ultra-expressive eyebrow,
expressing his viewpoint on these Uw jfew days we have received no less an bv l h utettlaino
-maters n te lae o thes Ithan sik let tes from people who arej his body during the major portion of
maittersmi he of t he stieeveon N r intrestedl in Our Career. They all Ithe play when he is supposed to be
criticismCoofetheount be pretty good NO mildly drunk, are really a delight. lHe
oniincoCldlevervoafelbeppretcy bow 1 a
oecudeesaey iehithwthis and that. seems to have a strange knack of ar-
Seao!comc ol oeo n * ranging himself at a 45-degree angle, t
measure, since he was invariably in-I
depndet, ivig hs llh1)o-t )0t Wite a hunch of people, for in-! either gently backwards and forwards
for~ and against labor, now with the stance, think we should go into the from his boot-soles to his hips. If the'
radicals and now aginst threm, teaching game. We got at letter fromj play becomes dull, which, fortuately,
Thouh hs trm as bou. t clsea fellowv named C. S. D~udley the other it seldom does, one can be quite sats-
Senaor M~orick fh'~ t~iw day, a follow we don't remember ha- factorily amused speculating over the,
leilao wihisnedds il~h ting mre, but who probably came iposiiiy or soiiy o hs po-
around to the house one day for lunch, Itares.
Washngtn. ie ws agrauateof net tous n Mth 1 Anway Lowell Sherman is a finished actor
Yaeuiestafre dtradhe I ihynceltl etr perfectly cast. His part represents a
publisher, of The Cicago Tribune, sent t Iihynceltl etr
an neo heiiotcnsintosand rather a flattering one. blase, cynical young playwright, Joe
memboe of the st.iiilet-on "Dear Friend," he says. "The Na- Lennon, a failure at his work andI
lisigItion'al Educational Bureau is specially finally a failure in love. As the play
the state of Illinois has lost one of its opn iIolwfei lmxn
great public men adIhentio In well qualified to be of service to all oeshsdl-iei lmxn
' classes of teachers who desire posi- liasion with his elder brother, and as
ofeit most sincere patriots and states-; lions in schoo s. 'u okcvr h the play ends she is writing him the.
men. entire educational field from kinder- conventional letter sweetly asserting
FOTAA -I gartLen to the University. her virtuous fidelity to her husband.
ROT#LGSAIhAR1lES "The National Educational Bureau, The curtain falls as Joe blandly cm-
Because of the inevitable inaccuracy 1s.o far as possible, establishes a close forts his brother with a cynical ei
of newspaper reports, Yale, Hiarvard, lpersonal relationship with its mem-_ gram that at least has the virtue of
and Princeton, the so-called "Big ers, in order to give greater service." leaving the audience laughing.
Three" of the East, recently receivedl * *r The supporting cast is excellent;
ciredit for an action which would have, We couldn't imagine where we'dI Wilton Lakaye especially is a charm-
been in everyway justified and would imet this guy, who apparently is some ing old duffer whose life Phoebe Fos-,
have placed themas in a position of ofice in the National Bureau until i ter as the cautious wife brightens as
leadership in'a great crusade against w~e looked at the letter head. TeN-Iln ssersetbydr.Rbr
professional tendencies inl college Itional Educational Bureau is lthedNa-vlonas she dresetblelreisaRoer
football.' They were reputed to haveI in Ypsilanti, (Or insert name of gagI worthy of mention. And on top of
taken 'action which wouldl Ia."_ limitedl town,) everything there are Mr. Shermnan's
the salary of their respect ive head' * " * quizzical eybrows, his beautiful!
football coaches to the niaximuni sal-( And yesterday morning we got a j hands, and his rum-laden slant with
ary received by members of their letter from the Iowa Equitable Insur-j its, certain feeling of caricature.
faculties. To thle regret. of many tis ante Company, whose president, an***
was denied in a slisequent pre*) I'- asduous reader of this Department, ISGMIA AILHA IOTA
porit. has somewhat gathered from it that I The Sigma Alpha Iota sorority willI
These universitie, (f cour se are fro .amijust the young fellow to sell insur-I present~ the following program co-
more guilty in this respect thani any ante for bir. It mst be le didn't j Alimentary to the pubic this evening
other institutions if, higher learning 'read very ithought fuly.., at 8 o'clock in the School of Music1
wh~ch foster athl"'el, ils on a huge scale'. * **' auditorium:
Nearly everywhere, in the Elas and F1ROM THlE WNATIIERI BUREAU Romance........... ....... Wagner
West, football coache~s are~Paid enr- 8:00 A. MV.: Bright and balmy- Pauline Kaiser
Imous salaries while men) who hane Spring has come--Knickers, are-i Verorgenheit................ Strauss
been o ntlic faclty for decadleS rod; heads and conjectures about the con- Zuignung .................... Wolff,
who have spent small fortunes in pre- dition of the Boulevard. 8:45 A. M.: IHelen Martin
paring themselves for their vocation Blue blurrs to grey-Sun becomes a' Trio for Strings ..........Beethoven
receive only a paltry five or six thou-J luminous shadow-Rain drops-More Lucille Bellamy, Pauline Kaiser,
sand dollars. It is doubtful if any rain drops-Puddles appear on Cam- Roselle Rider
university or group of universities pus-Students appear on Canpus- Concert Etude ............ McDowell
will have the courage to lake steps Slickers, hip-boots, canoes and cuss- Virginia 'ice
to correct this improper emphhasis for! ings-light o'clockers retire to Li- Sonata, No. 12................Mozart
a considerable period of time. brary 9:30 A. M.: Gentle flurries of Andante con moto
---- isleet -Thermometer slides down like Rondo
A MItMES 1PRO0RAIJb I a fireman down his pole--Sheepskins,I Roselle Rider
The announcement that. the imes! racoon sins, chafed skins-Freshmen Am Sontag.........Bra hus
of the Michigan Union intend to fol-j surrender toques to Seniors who Standehen .................. Brahmis
low the policy established last. year! woke up for eight o'clocks. 10:151I 1 Mrs. Fannie Martin

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Wh~y not catt your mneailsIn asiiomielike aiid refined Mamo'spliere~
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Michigan, like every other American
conmmunity, hlas its campaigns., They
increase year by year-swimming
pools, band trips, fresh air camps, the
S. C. A., thme Union, churches, mission-
*aries are only a few of the projects
supom'ted bly this means. It is get-
Sting s a student mechanically dodges
whelin the word is mentioned. There
seems to be nothing left ,in this life
but contributions of one sort or an-
other for institutions in which the
individual has little or no interest.
:Every once :in awhile there is a
camp aign which is not only worthy
of support but which should appeal
to the better sensibilities of the Uni-
versity conimunity Last year pro-
duced one--thle Student Friendship
drive. The respionse was entirely
adequate and as a result many foreign
students were enabled to continue
'their studies. The funds from the
Michigan campaign-some four thou-
sand dollars-made possible for a~few
months the bare necessities of life~
for those in Kiev, Russia, who are
still trying to getanl education.
:5o it: is that Michigan is about to
lie called upon for more- money,
de, 't the f Aet that a, swimming
pool fund alredy has been raised,, and
the various religious organ izations
suipportedl. On Tuesday, March 10,
"another Student Friendship drive will
be inaugurated. It must succeed.
To repeat the many reasons for
such a. campaign would 'be useless.
Sufflice to say that the work being ac-
Comp11lished among students in central
EJurope is one of the few means open
to us to provide educated, sane'lead-
ears, for Russia and Germany, and to,
promote an international feeling of
Tgoodhwill amiong students everywhere.t
SCHLOOLBOY LEGISLATrORS
Every stat~e has its schoolboys and
every commnunity its truant, officer
whose dtuty is to keep them in con-
torm ity withb the recognizedl laws of
thme home and school 't'here is no
(fiestton as to thIt advisability of hav-
ing such a ;n officer' for every boy at
soewn or other during his form-
at lyyerhas3 the very natural de-
sire to jum1rp the conventional re-
straintis andl run awvay. In fact, Mark
Twain, one of thle keenest of American
ohl (rs and writers, has capitalized
ilthis t endemincy in the greatest story 'of
the~ A morican boy, 'The Adventures of
hhuckl11,erry Finn,''
The m'e.r comes a time, however, in the
lifeo of most boys when such capers
aere put away as childish and referred
to 'only as ''The good old days when
we were. boys together."' Apparentlyl

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and produce some worthwhile plays -A._ M.: President of Buildings and *
in addition to t he Union opera will be:(,roumids Departmnent slips on icy; FOR IMIMEIATE RELEASE
wecmdb vroehvn ni aki rn fLbay- De- Tryouts for parts in 'Ivan-Ho,' the
terest rin canipus dramra ties ani-<- part ment m nobilized, appearingG withj 27th annual production of the Hares-
panaded progr~amn of this sort will not '1picks and brooms-Temp erature conm- foot club! of the University of Wis-I
only augment the theatrical Ili-ogram Ijt iitte5 oownward 1:00o P. M.: Stu- consin, which will appear April 10 at
of the year but will also bring to d(lnts appear with overcoats, rain- j Orchestra hall, Detroit,, are nearing
prominence a number of students with ('coats, skiis, skates and1 sunshades- completion under the direction of E.
latentw qualities as imctovs All ofl Weather alarmed----vacillates between Mprtimner Shuter, director.
whc will helptove the aun- I 60 above and 60 below with meteori "The book, according to Mr. Shuter~,
nual opiera, rapdit . 3: 15. .M.:Suetsil is something new in the field of col-
The campus has many dramnatic so- I persistinig in going to classes-Weather h ege dramatics of this typie It is a
cities, but only a negligible few have much perturbedh-7-hecides on a freeze- travesty on Scott's novel with the
the financial backing, essential for out. 13:30 P.' M. to 11: 47 P.-M.:I scenes laid in medieval England, and
adequate productions. Illinies has a l Freeze~-out. Forecast for tomorrow: it is so constructed to bring out the
theater, is a financial success, and i Cold and Warmer, grace and beauty of 'By' Rivers, whom
has a talented membership 'Thmere is IHalitosis. Mr. Shuter claims to be 'one of the
no~~~~ resnwytm apssol o most ideal, perfect impersonators of
be treated to more drama of the type Said Robert: Hartron Henderson, of ;wnen in point of appearance and
tof The I'list or venmusial h e : Nazim ova :Picture at the XWuerth : performance that has ever taken part
comeieslike"Th Swetes Kis." You should bie worried over your- in a college production in this coun-
self if you cannuot appreciate its powerj try.'
and hbeauty." "In speaking of time comic element
Tphe United Slates ought to have lit- I0Oil'the strength of these high words: in time play lie says, It. rests as it
the trouble with the Japanese iimm- from the Dranma dlepartment, we went ' should not only on clever lines, in
gration prnoblem in time future. Yoko- all the way toi Main Street, sat through I which it abounds, but in truly comic
hama is to have a Ford Motor plant. -thme womst comedy we have ever seen situations and truly comic characters.'
-a trainedl animal coed-ndthn Mr. Shuter also praises the music andI
The Majestic might try a little in- watched Nazimova make faces for an scenic sets and avers ... and so
termission between reels for those houm-'. (When it caine her turn to be the story, the averring runs on for
among their patrons who are invet- announced on 'the screen, her signa- 'another page with this conclusion:
erate smokers. tire appieared, where the rest of the "Mr. Shuter suggests that time per-
-- cast got ordinary roman upper and formance of the Haresfoot club in De-
H-ow fortunate it was for the time- lower.), And if that movie has, any troit will give the students of the Uni-
liness of the (Chimes "Winter Numn- (a). power or (b) becauty in it, I, versity of Michigan an opportunity to
ber" that the 01(1 ground hogsaw his I C'owles, will lie a humming bird (asI see what the other great dramatic club
shadow. the boys say.) of the middle-west is (diing and can
Piece of L~ighmt Verse by the Gawd!
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Aenasme(lay, if I re-enlist, - tonbti oical plays inrtheir Playsh op at 71
Y -- IT ZMay become lieutenant colonel. 1 Spring ° Street, plan to present two

1 am the Captain of my soul:
The _-Captain. But hope springs

I ON A('AIN, OFF AGAIN
The Ann Arbor Playniakers, whose

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