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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUtNDAY, MARCH 1, 192:1

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SUNDAY, MAR~ICH 1, 1925
Niglit Vditor-HIAROLD A. 'MOORE

Sinms, one Of the most. daring officials
of forty-two years .I!L~~
Admiral Sims a nsweredl Swc 't ary ANDj
Wilbur in his stat eiient t hal. ''t he hatI-:
tleship is the backbone of tflie Na vy'' I D RA M AY
by the nonchialant a dwjission t hat !3,1t (T1t1I
"It's the backbone of thre Navy bait We got to thpeail first, and saw -
it's broken.'' Later on in the tfour ! 'I'N AF1TERNON : Thelw1niieir-4
hour (disc'ussion fl leh) the conisiiite jthat AMr. 0. 1).IMorrill was sending out iI3' SyIsIihly orchiestra i'i i s
the dmial tatd tbat "i ftt~ure slatijonery samrples to the public. So' Emily 1Uttter, 0 oliiiist, its soloist in
wars, aircraft will hold thle key ofI we said to each boy, when he was HI ill atuditoriiuii at 4: 1 o'clock.
power," \Vhi le it is to he hoped that looking for his mail.''Ha, ha, just an k
no such opport unty to (lt'11()1itr'z.t ('+ r~dfrom 1li'"'lls! 'So (eachiboy threw As Nh tINA TA IIAS() VA
their power will ever be given to the
'it aside with disgust, and whe collected AsteĀ°it program in the Normalj
air forces, Sims is at least frank. about C'oncert course under the direction of
the proposition, Which is inore thn the eqjuivalent of a box and a hall. Frederick Alexander, Nina Tarasova
can be saidl of Wilbur. We now propose to catch up on our will appear in a costume recital to-
Nor dlid hie go to Itle other exlt reine; correspondence. morrow evening, March 2, in Pease;
andl concur with General Mitchell * * *j auditorium, Ypsilanti. Mie. Tara-
that the Air Servico should he made IN IJEI"ENSIO ) soya's program will include the fol-
aseparate (depart menit. Tn fact, ie longumes
too wht semstohe he nly5~~~1 Once there was a man, very ugly,
viewpoint of the matter and favored IVlaBamnsSn.....
the training of the air force along 'very wretched, very dull. Although VlaBamns A-' yA~rjf
with the fleet in order to insure prop-j his fa t her, who had made a million inThNitngl. Ar.b aaof
er coordination of the two . If past p soap, andl had left the fam~ily' coffersI At the Well . . .. Arr. by Tcenivk
experience and character are. any in- I well filled, his only son andl heir was There Were Once IHapply Days,.
dicati n, Ad iral S ms ha the i ost u happy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Street. Son-g from M \oscow
logiclslto o h rbe.hw One night Miniver, for that was the.
eesthbeentretis prineipe handat ma n's name, sat idlly glancing over a ' The Burial .-. . . .
eersthbemteter is settled, he hs atdmagazineIlie was struck with the .FokogfmnerNthnk
frank in his opinions. fact: that there should be so many ad1 Dance Song ............
____________G- vertisements of salves, nose-straight- .. olksong from niear Chailar
Coolidge was born in a lit tie cabin, eners, and th ler impe)dimeinta of a Song of. the Eyno
too. New we understand why lie is similar~ kidney. I The hnpish Girl.......
making such a "'wonderful president'' Of a suiddeni, just like that, the B~oy I . . ohen's Priison of Alkaloujeff
-he can't help himself. Mviniver had an idea,. "Why not," said 1I
______________________ he to himself, "take a chance, and try The D~onkey's Bui-ial ,.... .....
There will be little more than a !all these get-pretty-quick medicines?' Spanish, fromwnlanraunra ; rr. b,~
protesting voice left of "Fight ing Bb" No sooner saidl than done. For the Kurt Schindler
La Follette when the Senate Itel)Ubli- next: month M iniver kept to his r-ooms, 1bleiiiwt d'1,xa udet
cans finish with hiiti following the multitudinous directionsI..........Arr. by WVeclicrlit,
- -- ~~any imriad nmandat es of the MVeicine AStgb ai nintI
TPhree men were rescued the other Monarchs. And then--out of his room Venice Market song
day after being at sea for at month., there walked at man,-or was it a
That's nothing, some Cpe'ople always 'i. More like some god, perhaps. Tarta~r Song, from "t'nire Igor"
arj Who'd uv thought it,'' murmured...............Borodi jue
_______________________________________the awestruck landlady. "Wot has ho 'ru ic.nteMet w sdb
______________________________________ been adoing to hisself? I'll be browned Tschaikovshy in the li'ourth Syni
CAMPUS OPINION if I don't ask "him." iphony
Anonymonus comilnncatio'39 will be So-she did. Ile first told her ; and T ggrsBlsi , ue yIh
disregared. 1 li names 0 coTne uB-ggarh', witss his~fater'sbinsinct fo

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Anything we can say about
finest foods, lowest prices
won't necessarily convince
you of the .Arcade's superi-

,ants will, however, he regarded as trig hns enwn u n
confidential ~non request. trin;an hns enwn u n
sold ten thousand testimonials ana
SRHUl"FLI NU FEE1T founded an insane asylum with the
To the Editor: money.
I have recently seutial occurrence **Ile a.
enacted in one of He lectunrec(lasses
of this university that has so disgust- The h:at has evidently had a clas-
ed me I anm forced to lpiot('sl. 1 ami a sical edlucation-as witness his title,
new student here this semester, and, and the word impedimenta. We feel
- - - .... ....... sn.v o eri-c t 1fl'~ the svntav In

s ky-K~orsak off in ''The Legend of
the Invisible City of Kitezh"
Down St. Peter's Roadl, used by Stra-
vinsky in "Petroushka"

ority.

The actual meals will

as yet, I nave not becs

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AN EXCUSE, PLEASE
As long as :the type of American stu-
dents remains what it is, attendance1
rules in our universities are inevita-
ble. They are ike proctors in ex-
aiminations--a necessary evil. Since'
this is, so, only. approbation can be
-iven on the i'ecent revision of the
code in thme literary college. The new
s3Ateiu should function much more
(,lMcienty than the old.
instructors are to b~e allowed to
exercise their own judgmtent in nminor
cases, the Administrative board tak-
ing action only when absence becomes
excessive. Ther'e is both a danger and ;
a safeguai'd hero, involved. On the
one hand some officious persons will
be inclinedl to be unreasonable in or-
dter that they may display their slight
lease on power, and there will be
others who will he too easily swayed
by the excuses of the miscreants.'flBut
there is another factor which more
tihan offsets this: instructors know
their students J~at least they should)
and w.ill he able better to do justice1
to i nd iv idOual cases than the attendance
board ever couIl. They have to aid.
them a certain knowledge of the at-
titude of the persons involved toward
their work, an aspect which could,
hardly be given adequate considera-
tion undcir the old system.
'Ube whole question of absence is a
matter for dispute. Some claim the
stuidents should be given free rein in
the matter and take the consequences;

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the "Michigan spirit."J
is like that spirit, which
ed on this occasion, t
nme from it.
T h e s u b je c t , en xv ii s r w r e t r n , i t
interested in it a vit,
one. Yet of that. very
is safe to say that. lea
percent were really. vit
in the :subject. I wou
why the other eighty ti
so-called 5tudienht 5arie
time in a couirse for
not care. TPhe answer-

However. if it hi s; title, howevem'. "In" is not followed 'r{
Iwas mnanifest- by the nominative, my boy. ...I
may God save
1lFrom iletiillary of ;t B. anld (G. Boy
cli heprofs-- 6:1)0 A. M. Arrived at building.
bos' x'lj re 6:45 Ready for work, having re-
ailly imimort ant novd street clothes and donned offi-
large class, it cial iuni formn. ( lune shii't, grey vest,
a,, th ran tw en t y w b itP w ig, e.c.etc.) " a l n e e t e
tall inereted 7 : 11 ie('ided to sweep walk between
mId like to ask Lit Building and U Mall.
('reli o thse 7:,34 Found broom. It xvas an old
wvast ing Iheirj one. (lot idea, for 'editorial for B~ and I Mn.Ti'sy
which they do (G weekly-"A New Broomi Sweeps '1 Tetinail concert of the cour~se mwill
1 got froni tieW I.. be p~resented Thursday, Ma rch 0~,
.. I "57 , sa t urnii: toeir~rl t at n w hen__ a-- c- orus---o- toum --- h'_n-.dred __._-vo .I

Arcade
Up stairs,

Cafeteria

Nickels

Arcade

was that it was ia "piple" (coarse randfl ewe ip. wa inl. Ij-)eciaect LL1aL I
one got four hours ('redit for it. , building should have been constr'uct-
Imagine such an a~nwer frouml a ,111-'d closer to 01(1, thus makting walka
pose-tohe nivrsit staitmmishorter, thus mnaking less to sweep.
However, that at pres(enit. is miot 7:59 First. student arr'ived for class.!
what I wish to protest against. Nat ur -i Passed humorous about being an early
ally if these people were n01t1 mt crest- bird. Student failed to see point.
ed in the subject, they woulld not pay 8:03 Too many students in building,
any at tent ion to Ithe lectur'er, hlt itle to permit any wom-k. Sat in chair in
members of t his cla:ss went even ur- hamllwatching students bass.?
ther. They tried to dfist i'act fteat;8:21 Picked lip) piece of pape'r in
tention of the profoessor and t leier ii-; hall.
estedl students by petty ainnoyances 8:43 St udent (male) entered build-j
andl idiotic lauighter. TIhis, finally was; ing Smoking cigarette. Cave him dirty
terminated by one ot' the iruoslilb look. St udent dropped cigarette.
cilic actions I have ever wit nessed. 9:35 Picked up cigarette.
The class wanted t) leave (it was a 10'00 Sopped for rest.s
minute or two t) the lheur) , out the It:18Fl sepi ro lst
lecturer was not, quite thrtough. The 11:59 Awoke just in time to retire
members of thu is cla ss, instecad of wait - ,.forl I chxe0mi
ing until thle professor would be 1: 37 Arrived back 7 minutes late.
through with his talk, beg.;an to sItmph: 2:59 Swept second floor hall. Caused
their feet. This act ion continued until '18 students (male andi female) tol
such a tin arose t htlino one could move an1d trmipped up 23 others. De.I
hear the lectumrer'. Of coui'se, iimer cipdt hall should bo washed.
4- II~.AJ1'~, AJ ~ - ttese t~ndt ion the l~i'005'3i- wa 2.1A Ii. LtAidnd nn[i'J to)Yx dn ii Jih t

(will sing the Bach St. M~atthmew P~as-
sion conducted hby Mr. Alexander.
Four choirs wvill coinpose this n utm
h eir, the Ypsilanti Normal Choir of
two hundred mixedh voi(ces; thle North
ICongregational Choir, D~etrioit, of fifty
voices, Russel Gee, coach; the Train-
ing School Choir of seventy-five
voic:es, Miss ('lyde Fostecr, coach; aid
thme Gallery Choir of seventy-five
voices from the city schools, Mi's.
I Wheelcock, coach.
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University has the responsibility of focdt dsis heca .4:17 Entered mroomi3.04 to wash
seeing that. they are kept on the right Yet, we calh this institution a 11111-I blackboai'd. Student was in room
path of steady attendance. Whichever ;iu~i Passed humorous remark
~~~vriyaeaofhte eri}tsdis correct. the new msystem is prefer- vriy eto uge'lannadsu~ytg
- tsmmbr s uets t' m he ret~o stiu lent, Student failed to hear
able since there is more opportunizt ithers tudent.s. or mpil;thevae 'ma
both for- individual freedom and for50 wt ok ane tpa
guidnceby nivrsiy oficals orhesitate to call t hem human, for the~y . Qulwok Canttl)t
gubliiw by nivrsiy oficils.seemed to be only animals, I woleg-' in as we are not Union men.
Ie e owod o vn t:~ 6:1(1 Arrived hbomne exhausted after
A FRAINI( OFFICIAL SPEAKS Igtbeastsswhoy.It)tnotd(immediahave
enough sense to know bow to behave. steusda.Rirdmeitly
Almost every manl has his honest After seeing su':'h an act ion takle VletlltinC.j
opinions, and the piolicy-governed place, couldn't one. instecad of calling j * * *
statements whichlihe allows to be' thenm students, say tiat t hey were Jul- .S AL UT !
quotedl. Perhaps in no other line of biciles? For, at fer all, aim imbicile is,4 No more appropriate time than time,
actiity is this more true than in the a. pers~on who can not itidge his be- presenit will ever comie, we feel, for'
politl(',,,I and official departments ofi havior. the rehearsal of the story of Walt
thme natiomnal govermnnumt. Moreover, Even if thle lectum'e were "dry'' Scherer'., introduction of Dean Lloyd
no branches are more rigitdly control- (which is wasn't), where was their at last year's swingout. It's tinme the
led by poicity thuan the departments of sense of decency andI couritesy due to story was in pirint anyway.
the Arumy and the Navy, wher'e the the speaker. Where wer'e these so-- Walt, president of the graduating
men11s:'ar''ely dam'e to) tell facts 0o'ex- called gent :leinen, f'or I dare say most1 literary class, steppled up to imntroduces
prespi-nions without, first getting of thzeumi caine from famnilies that say! the sneaker of the occasion. Said hie:
ti1 j d ia stanip of app~lroval. thIey constiltute f ie uppler-class in 1 '"Net all of us, in our college
Thel. itost recent, example of the tin- Nnmreri'ia. 'erhlaps, if t hey were fresht- courses, have had the pleasure of,
usua ! etas causedl by any frank cmiti- men, t here mighzt.lbe H ie semblance of klioVwimig Deamn Lloyd. Therefore,
oi smi or expression of honest. opinion an excuse for them. buit thbey were all i foi' the benefit of those who do not
in direct opfposition t) the policy of upperchassnien, for f iis course is notI know D~ean Lloyd, I shioumld like to in-
the two iI('patrtuncnts of national' de- ( openf to freshmien. Indeetd, I believe troduce, this afternoon, D)ean Lloyd.
fense as beemi Ilie char'ge of neglect i freshmen would not have actedl thuns; "Dean Lltoyd(]
in the (,drevelopmnent of time A rmy Aim' for they haven't had enough L ine to.I*
SerTvice" made by Brigadier General lose the courmt esy learned at homle San' It has cost tme Michigan UnionI

sFor their fifth anmd final pirotduction
of time season the Ypsilanti [Tlayers
havye selected A. A. M~ilne's three-act
conmedy, "Belinda,'' to be presented
for a m'un of six perfoi'manmces begin-
n iing M~onday, March 28, in theim' Play-
house. "Belinda" was recently p~re-
sented ini New York with Ethel Bam'my-
nmore in the title-role, and'will furnishm
a light, whimsical evening to balance
the rather' seious bills in their other
I pr'ograms. Elwood Fayfield, '25, will
take the p~art of time artist, andi Miss
Meston of Ypsilanti will play the
plump and ver'y unmoral leatding lady.
"TILE 0UTSIDER"
IA review, by Valentine D~avies.
''The Outsider'' is a good play but
neither' a gi'eat mioi' a lasting one. It
starts auspiciouisly with a concise
1presentation of' a pr-oblemi --time fact
that Doctors, (iin 1London at least)
have formmed a soirt of union which
debar's those who refuse to conform1
Iwith its requirements from practicing,
1n0 miatter' how prioficient. they may be.
WVe aire shiown. '"lhe O)utsider," ha-
gatzy, whio)las curmed many cripplles
the sum'geonis have given up, threaten-
edwit h all sorts of things unless he
Ico nfornms. The scene is a staff meet-
ing~ in aIhospital1, amid most of tht.
n fotablte surigeonis of thi(' age ar'e lpr's-
Ienit.

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-Good Horni'g!
It 's a new Hckey - Freeman.'
' The plain light grey mixture in
this nelv model afipea led to me.
The wide shoulders tapering to
the snug hips make a very easy,
trim coat.
There leas a grey flannel with 'a
charcoal stripe there too. You
might like it.

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Buiit ini the second act we fimid (lit
hert), Rahgat zy, about to cur'e the
daughtem' of his bitterest emneimy, Dr.
fStummdee. TPhe daught er Lagage (pr'o-
noumnced l La-la-gee) has beei. cripphledl
simnce birthIianmd has bieenm declared in-

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