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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1925

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FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1925 1
Nigth Editor-GEORGE W. DAVIS

Several facts make this action of Ad
real significance in the movement to uUTED
unite all members of the Protestant ROL
faith. In the first place, the Meth-//
odist Episcopal church is the greatest
in numbers of any of the group. Then, Cj-ESIO

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conference to accept the proposed There is a certain type of benny-
union by the required three-fourths not a small group, either-that meets JTE GLEE VLUB
vote, it is more than probable that the .o H LECU
this columnist every once in a while A review, by Robert Henderson.
other forty conferences of the south- and says:
ern branch, many of which are more Say I heard a joke the other day Years ago there used to be Band
radically inclined than the Baltimore tha Iuh ob rtt odfry Bounces-the Band, the Glee and
that ought to be pretty good for your
district, will also turn it down. column. Mandolin club, and various Opera
The whole affair constitutes. a Sei-
Then I say Is that so? And they tell stars-that would pack Hill auditor-
ous indictment against not only the it. ium to its five-thousand capacity.
church involved but also the more # * * They were remarkable revues, these
general movement for unfication. If concerts, unique and immensely clev-
the largest Protestant church in the It is usually on the Shady Sideo o er: in the uays of Waldo Fellows. The
the largst Protetant eruchinnthe Idays ofeWaldo iFellows.y The
country cannot overcome such ancient the Line, but if it isn't I say well university has scarcely ever had 'a
prejudices as those acting against this much obliged I don't use jokes very student quite like him. He was tall
union, there is certainly room for much but I might work that in. and somewhat awkward, laconic-to-
scepicismeas otheertabilty romf se If it is dirty we always have a good day he would be a jazz-king, high.-
scepticism as to the feasability of seI conventional laugh with a good deal hatted and tragic. He used to have
curing the cooperation between the of winking and shouting of "Sure! a parody on a movie pianist in a wild-
l oI'll run that one all right! And then western nickelodeon, and still another
get run out myself!" t on a shooting gallery. There was
WISTFUL SWOOPSrs no one quite like him
What a predicament! An eager * Without growing sentimental, these
audience sat in Natural Science audi- 'Well ,for the benefit of this large Band Bounces were a tremendous uni-
torium Wednesday evening, anticI and not unimportant branch of our fvig factor in the university; they
pating a thrilling evening listening to clientele, we herewith reprint two were skilfully arranged and absoluteiy
a daring aviator. At the same time, choice jokes that we have culled from collegiate, typical of a campus that
it is supposed, this identical aviator "College Humor." We are not making had not yet split into a hundred stp--
99 crate segments. They represented a
was whizzing through the air to Ann fun of the idea, you observe. The ert thts. Thy reentede-
ekesare ery ood as okesgo. spirit that had not yet been lab&co
Arbor, intending to stage a spectac- jokes are very good, as jokes go. factory and Fordified.
ular entrance at the last moment-- * The Glee Club. the new Glee Club in
remove his goggles, etc. But natur Number One its annual concert last evening in Hill
intervened. Because a Packard ave- How ya feelin? auditorium should and must mark a
nue field was muddy there was no lec- Rotten. return to the old ppularity of these
ture. After a few wistful swoops the Whassa matter? recitals. The main-floor was packed---
aviator returned to Selfridge field, and G Insomniaa whopping success inancially-an l
Gotinona the audience was apreciative even to
the audience went to their homes. How come?!the point of a purely prep-school _n-
Such the the joys of this modren age. Woke up twice in Wenley's lecture thusiasm. a Everything was changed
In the days of buggies and stage this morning. ' the formal male-singing society in
coaches mere mud would not have * * * imitation of the flar;-ard Glee Club
Interfered. The lecture would have No, it didn't say Wenley's lecture in that Mr..Bowen had fostered was for-
been a success. Still, we wonder why College Humor, but we are putting in gotten, and the concert cbecame a hoy-
the luckless flyer did not take a train, a little local color, den melee of excellent voices and em
The audience would never have known barrass(ad, painully frghtened men,
the difference if he had left his togs Number Two jazz and' syncopated classics; it was
Reginal Broom gratndly who-rah, sheer interesting
on. Regrets That He Is Not entertainment. The only difficulty is
town. Able To Accept Your Welcome that there is but one such attractioL.
Invitation To Dinner As He Split a year.
PRIVATE IMBIBING Consomme On His Only White The entire brassy, processional ef-
Several Wisconsin legislators who Shirt At A Banquet feet was due to the certain skill or
S or. Harrson--"Landes Atque C-r
favor a modification of the Volsteadl Last Week
act to permit the sale of light wines * * * v e aot tree triksTirst'
and beer are getting set for a vigorous J. C.- is a constant, instarts hvt in
attack on prohibition in the state sen-- Pawlowski-Levi fiascos may come (verytinIg from "Te Cossack"to
ate. They are using the same stock "Old Ding Cole;" the second i,, th
arguments' presented by all opponents and Pawlowski-Levi flascos may go, absolute, instant contrast between
of the eighteenth amendment, declar- but the Musidram column to the south double fortissimo and triple pianis-
ing the harmlessness of wines and goes on forever. Other thingswe rmo; an( the third is tle equally at-
beer and asserting that they have believe, need cutting, but we can think solute, instant contrast between molto
been violating the state prohibition of nothing else just now than the re- lento and molto allegro.
of othng lsejus no thn te r- (These are obvious, but perfety
act ever since it has been in force ..se rebvobtprflty
and accusing several members of the views of Dr. Henderson and the Davies legitimate hoaxes that every experi-
enced artist employs. They are the
Anti-Saloon league of doing' the sam enfant. Cowles, will you not head a touchstone to personality and the in
thing. I movement for 'bigger and better re- teresting verve that makes for skil-
While it always has been and still views'? And then the Henderson be- full interpretation. Only when they
is the right of any American citizen ing can get back to his Gordon Craig are crudely handled do they become
to disagree with the provisions of any and then the Ypsilanti Players, the cheap, and the Glee Club has been too
of the nation's laws, it also has been Comedy club cognoscenti and Jessie carefully trained to admit such a
one of the fundamental principles of Bonstelle will rest in peace. . . . flaw. It all resulted in a frankly en-
our form' of democracy that the rule As it is now, one is only half way tertaining program-lowbrow is the
of the majority shall be recognized by through the Musidram column as he word-but a contagious, bursting, in-
formal concert that moved boozily to
all, including the minority. The sen- I finishes his grape-fruit. Milk must an infectious climax-the sentimental
ators have a perfect right to object then be ordered to finish. ... college-spirit on a glorious dry-drunk.
to the Volsted act and to attempt to MRS. PLUTARCH. * * *
pass a measure to memorialize Con- * * * THE ORGAN RECITAL
gress to modify the prohibition law, Henderson, having read this Mr. Palmer Christian will present.
but as long as the amendment is on through, points out an inconsistency. the following program at the Organ
the statutes and as long as there are He observes that Mrs. Plutarch first Recital Sunday afternoon in Hill
enforcement provisions in the state howls because the Musidram is too auditorium at 4:15 o'clock:
laws, they ought to be loyal enough to short, and then asks for bigger and Concert Overture ..........Maitland
respect them. better reviews, and then recapitulates Rosace ....................... Mulec
- -- with another grouse because the re- Fugue in D...............Guilmant
views are too long. He admits, how- Dedication (from the Suite, "Through
CAMPUS OPINION ever, that he is unable to compose the Looking Class") ........Taylor
Anonymous communications will be a comeback. Minuet .................... Rousseau
disregarded. The names of communi- * * * Variations on Weeping, Fearing,
.ants will, however, be regarded asst.Variatio n ng Tep ing " ....Lns,
confidential uwon request. . Notice Mourning, Trembling" .. Liszt
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ALL OUT
In many things Michigan is like the
big world outside, especially in the
field of politics. We have embryo
ward bosses whose only attribute as
candidates for office is the ability to
talk loud and at great length. We
have elections in which negligibly
few votes determine the result. And
we have meetings of great importance
to which the masses pay no attention.
The last category applies to the
special meeting of members of the
Union called Wednesday night for the
purpose of considering an amendment
to the constitution. The response was
an attendance slightly under five hun-
dred-possibly a tenth of the men on
the campus. The other nine-tenths
nO doubt are training for their future
position as non-voting citizens of thej
United States.
It is really a serious matter when
an institution like the Union has to
beg to get enough members for a
quorum at a meeting. Either the
Union has entirely lost its hold on the
student body or, what is more likely,
students in their usual careless way
have slighted a matter of first im-,

A MEMORIAL
To the Editor:
The Campus Credo in
Daily concerns the question
orial to the late President

Thne man that sneaked into my fra-
ternity house and stole my banjo
neglected to take along the small
Tuesday's mute that was lying beside it. Withouty
of a mem- it he will be unable to play the still,
Marion L. quiet sort of music that he must like.

portance that they might attend a Burton. The affirmative answers were He can get the mute by calling at the
movie or dance. The amendment I indicative, I think, of the opinion of same place between the hours of 2
a vital one. It is a matter which will the entire student body. We want a and 6 a. m.
have great influence in determining memorial. The question is, then, D. B. Stouffer,
the future of the Union. Its failur what shall it be? 1015 E. Huron St.
to pass will leave the institution to In a consideration of an answer to I* * *
be exploited by individuals who have that question I am reminded of the Following the Rolls policy of More
little interest other than their per- Convocation Exercises last fall at and Better Light Verse, we spent a
sonal aggrandizement. But failure to which a dramatic appeal,-yes,, a good half an hour this afternoon
take any action merely because of the challenge-was made to the student (yesterday afternoon) trying to write.
carelessness of a few hundred stu. body by President Burton. We have some on spring. Here is some of it:
dents would be even more disastrous not heeded it. We concern ourselves SPRING
A vital' matter would remain on an in- with the question of a memorial The Poets say that Spring is here
definite status and a blot would be while we forget the one request thi It When little red-breasts gather,
left on the prestige of Michigan's! we, as a student body, can carry out Or when the grass begins to grow;
greatest organization. President Burton asked that the un- I I call that stuff sheer blather.
sightly iron fences on the campus go.
NORTH AND SOUTH They are still there. He asked that The doctors think that Spring has
Agitation and more agitation has I the students make the existence of come
been started and circulated among the! fences or signs unnecessary, by using When patients start to sniffle,
church people of the United States the sidewalks. He asked that the And blow their noses, but I'm sure
during the past few years urging the paths now on the campus be unuset That this is also piffle.
union of various sects and creeds into l that they too might go. We are still
one great universal brotherhood foi using them. The only way I'm ever sure
the spread of Chistianity. The de- To build a memorial would require, That Winter isn't bluffing,
sired result, that of putting an end as far as the present student is con- Isthat when Spring DOES come 1
to useless controversy between the cerned, a gift, the giving of which spend
various church organizations, would would be a small sacrifice at most, All day in doing nothing.
answer one of the most serious criti- and soon forgotten. To carry out the I* * *
cisms against all of organized re- I above request would involve the daily That last rhyme is not, we agree,
ligion. i cooperation not only of every student all that it might be. That's the way
Just as the proposition is gaining now on the campus but also of those with last rhymes, though. They
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THE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
A review, by Mary Dunnigan.
The concert offered by the Girls'
Glee Club in the auditorium of the
Masonic Temple last evening was the
very legendary essence of a legen-
dary spring. The selections were all
of stacatto nature-light in their l
celerity and sparkling in their bril-
liancy.
A major portion of college songs
were placed throughout the program
and were obviously the most effective.
A Scotch song, "Lassie o' Mine," and
"The VolgaBoat Song" were also well
done, sounding strangely soft, yet
high, from the group of thirty-five
women's voices.
The ouartet of tie Glee Clubsan
a negro spiritual, "De Gospel Train"
with an accurate interpretation, ani
so exact was the soft dialect of the
voices that it was easy to re-picture
its southern revival meeting. As an
encore "The Elephant and the Chin-
panzee" was given; perhaps a hunt
orods offering, "Te Elephant and the
Chimpanzee"'..
Miss Eunice Northrup sang two se
lections, "Minor and Major" and "The
Forest of Oaks." Her rich contralta
voice ma,-ched fittingly the more serf-j
ous tone of the compositions and I
served t:, balance the lighter natre
of the companion pieces..
Much praise is due to Miss Nora
Crane Hunt of the University School
of Music, the director of the organiza-
tion. It is unfortunnte that thecu hih

To hares foot's Friends at Michigan:
Every Badger that got within flivvering (or Rolls-Roycing) distance
of Cleveland or Detroit or Chicago or Milwaukee during the holidays
managed to see "Tickled to Death"-and it's been breakfast conver-
cation ever since.
Now it seems as though the Haresfoot Club's itinerary has been
deliberately planned for Michigan folks to see "Ivan Ho!"-twenty-
seventh annual (and best) production of Haresfoot, during the spring
recess.
The comedy's more mirthful, the music more enchanting, the dancing
more colorful, than ever before. And, best of all, maidens more
alluring-all men, of course, but every one #a lady!
"The Yellow and the Blue" and "On Wisconsin" have always made
fine harmony across the gridiron-and the Cardinal behind the footlights
will look for plenty of Maize and Blue down in front when "Ivan
Ho !" rings up the curtain !
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April 8-Majestic r'heater
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April 9-Murat 'Theater
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Madison
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April 11--a souic Auditorium
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