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SUNDAY, MAY 3, 1325

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nia who it is prophesied will resist
any attempts to restrict their liberty
to purchase arms. The latter nation AR D RULL
declares that she needs arms to su~ l
press the slave traffic. In all this
complicated tangle the United States'jTNDER NEW
delegation, can and should remainMANAGEMENT
No one can predict even approxi- Yes sirree bob, King Cowles, as he
mately the outcome of the conference. is beknownst to his intimates, is de-
It may end in the same indefinite way posed for the day, and the fate of the
as the opium conference, or it may department rests in alien hands. Mr.:
accomplish enough to lay the founda- Cowles, at a late hour yesterday,1
tions for a real world disarmament. could not be reached by represent-l
The important thing is that this con- I atives of the press. His parting words'
try is fully represented and is pre- were, unverified reports stated, "I
senting its best front to the world- simply hope that the care of the de-
that of peacemaker. I partment will be placed in worthy
With the increasing independence Mr. Cowles will be on hand to direct
of women, the insistence of women' sthe destinies of the column on
rights and equal suffrage, has come Wednesday next.
a greater participation in sports such
as tennis, swimming, golfing and other But to get to the meat of the mat-
hitherto masculine activities. From ter, let us explain that Mr. Cowles,
this, it is pointed out, women through- has offered a prize of cold hard cash,
out the wor'd have taken to wearing stated in round numbers, $10, for 'the
less clothing until there has devel- best complete column to be submittedj
oped the stockingless feet fad in to him at his offices in the Press
American and the Paris farmlions in building during Ithe oncoming week.
deep decollette and backless gowns. The judgment will be passed at thet
Where the women will end in their expiration of that period. The re-
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A review, by Robert Henderson.
Thank God for "Sancho Panza!" it
renews one's faith in the theatre, in
the theatre of tomorrow, and its vital
living color, in all the blessed dogma
Gof ordon Craigs idIealismn. And more:
the house was p~ackedl for Mr. Skin-
ner's phantasy; Ann Arbor renewed
its sacrement of splendid kultur.
For years, for the last three years
the American stage has been vibrating
to the continental ideal of the theatre
artificial, bursting to break with the
penny realism of its Belascos. Max
Reinhardt's production of "The Mir-
acle" first introduced this new theory
of the grotesque, and Richard Boles-
lawsky's interpretation of Lengyel's
conventional romance carried Otis
Skinner, his company panting behind
him, to a further climax (f the modern
Imagine, if you can, how this tale
of Sancho, the goatherd, with its!
obvious villian, its drawing-room hero,;
iFs solemn platitudes on manners and
imorals, its elaborate cast would have




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Sunday Ei tcr....... Robert S. Mansfield
Women's Edcitor .............Verena Moran
Telegraph Editor......William J. Walthour
Gertrude Bailey Marion Meyer
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Marion Barlow Carl E. Ohimacher
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P. W. Arnold
W, F. Ardussi
J. M. Alvjnig
W. C. Bauer
Irving Berman
Rudolph Bostelm
George P. Bugbe
B. Caplan
H. F. Clark
C. Consroe
R Dentz
George C. Johnso
0. A.jJose, Jr.
K. K. Klein
W. L. Mullins

K.t. Mast
lF.' E. Mosher
H. L. Ne wmanna
T. D. Olmstead
R. M. Prentiss
an W. C. Pusch
e F. . Rauner
J. DRyan
M. E. Sandberg
F. K. Schoenfeld
R. A. Sorge
n A. S. Simons
M. M. Smith
1. J. Wineman

race to see who can wear the least qui remen s are as simpe as couJl) appeared with the usual, realistic
clothing and "get away with it" in be expected: 8 by 10 paper, typewrit- treatment: with a photographic ca-
polite society, it is imlpossible to fore- ten ; on one side only, triple spaced, thedral, with accurate "period'" cost-
tell. If Pope Pius the Fourteenth and humorous. The new manage- tumes, with a solemn statement of its
and other European leaders of the ment, on behalf of the old manage- creeds. The performance, of course,
Roman Catholic church have anything ment, which will soon become the new would be pushed off the boards as
to do with it, rthere will be a definite management, offers no responsibility heavy and impossible. . . .
decline in excesses in women's dress for the return of MSS. On the other hand, this Russian di-
among the members of that church * * * rector presents the play for what it
. . .. is-a huge burlesque filled with
in the near future. And with this compact dispositionil
i pompous struttings and frettings. The
The Vatican has approved heartily of the routine business of a column costumes are a crashing riot of color-
of Prince Bishop Bertram's recent conductor, we turn to the Day's Best red with greens, orange with blues-
pastoral letter to the diocese of Silesia Contribution,-that of Washington, the church is a misshappen arrange-
and eastern Germany that no marriage I who is too well known to the column ment of three yellow arches fringed
rites nor other Catholic ceremonies coterie 4to need further introduction. I in lpink, and the actors. . . . ! The
shall be permitted to women immodest It is, as you have guessed, one of his hero gestures con bavura, declaiming
enough to go bare-legged or without inimitable Rover Boys serial stories. his manly passion resonantly, with the
sufficient covering on their bosom or grand manner; the physician is comic-
' ' strip caricature with an' eight-inch
arms. The northeastern diocese of THE ROVER BOYS ON ThIE CAMPUS s; tre ith areigh -
Ital hasreciveda smila pa~t~oal nose; the executioner carries ia five-
Italy has received a similar Pastoral Chapter V. foot sword; the drab appears in red,
letter dealing with women who parti- her body half nude; and in the midst
t. ae Hist Sam" whispered Dick Roverheboyal uea t
of all thisgrtsur is set the
ticipate ini sports. . from the shade of the Tappan Oak. f of th ot uvis sete
In this connection, a campaign.fugure of, the dolt wise in spite of
which is being waged by several of "list Tom" whispered Sam in turn himself-he fleshly pictumre of Sancho
the leading pastors of the Methodist to Tom ver who ay beside him in anza.
Episcopal Church in the city of Dc- the cool grass of the campus. l Mr. Skinner layed this title-role
troit against the remarriage of di- "What's up?" whispered Tom in re- with all the adroit assurance that
vorced persons by the church is turn, as both of the boys turned ques- only th2 older school of actors can
worthy of mention as a move to airousetioning glances upon Dick, to whom conlmand. le was roistering, vulgar,
they looked for guidance in all of their tender and cruel, sweating, snple,
the active opposition of the organized dventures keen with the intuition of the tight-
church against present day t.reds to- .e fisted peasant. He swaggered and
wiOur readers will doubtless be in-
ward greater loosenets of morais, par- snored, brought the house down with
ticularly among women. erested in the circumstance whic is grubby mannerisms. It was not
While it is probable that the women so irresistibly drew Dick's attention, a revision of the beggar in "Kismet"
who are allowing themselves to be and to dispel this interest the chron- nor the Italian in "Mister Antonio";
carried away by the many excesses icier of the boys' adventures will pro- rather, he was the v rsatile artist of
both in dress amd activities would ceed to explain. the days when actors were stars,
find themselves eventually rejeeted by Silas Marner, the deadly foe of the when asides were conventions not to
society, the action which is being ha yonthiful trio, now engaged in dis- be ashamed of, when diction was pre-
pensing soft drinks in the Union tap- cise and traditions.exact. Even more,
deine e t i curbg tr era- roo g the cte he however,'he Was a progressive artist'
definite effect in curbing their.extra m as-,a-ncoupling all the racy elan of modern
diagonal aria in arm with his toady,
vagances. If the women have any re- . . expressionism with the sound train-
gard for the athority and infiluece orLuke Warm. Their intimate conversa-
gar for the asthort and e nj- tion bespoke conspiracy, which the
couraging, but, if they insistcin, b e Rovers knew only too well could be MASQUES
face of its protests, the reaction will directed only against themselves. Masques will present the last of its
fonly be delayed. It is bound to cme What the conspiracy was, and how I series of plays Thursday, May 7, at
sometime.lthe Roverswy dint of clever manipula- seven-thirty o'clock in Sarah Caswell
tion managed to thwart the machina- An
te o he gell hall. The program will in-


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SUNDAY, MAY 3, 1925
Night Editor---THOS. P. HENRY, JR.
The real secret of the greatness of
the University is the munificence of
the state of Michigan. Since the ideal
was first conceived in 1837, the com-
monwealth has again. and again evi-
denced its determination to place and
keep its institution of higher learningj
in the front rank.
Pursuant to this policy, the legis-
lature yesterday passed bills granting
$1,800,000 for new buildings and land.
and increased the annual income to
$3,700,000. These sums take care
quite adequately of the most imminent
needs. Both the museum and the
architectural school have needed new
quarters for some time, but the ex-'
pansion of other departments pre-
vented their realization previous to
this year. The increase of $700,000 in
income should enable the administra-
tion bet ter to cope with the increased
operating expenses.
It is safe to say that the action at
Lansing represents the predominating
sentiment of the voters of the state.
Though everyone is anxious for re-
duced expenditures where possible,
they are equally desirous that the
natur'a l development of the greatest
of state institutions shall not be
checked by mere lack of funds.

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John hands you on the plate.
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I DONOT RIN tions of their arch--enemies will be I
0 Ltold in chapter Vi. And until then,
A qtiestionnaire recently distrib- Idear readers, we will leave the Rovers
uted among the seniors at Harvard to their fate.
seemed to indicate two things: first, Washigton.
only Half of the undergraduates at * * *
Harvard use intoxicants and second- 1
According to the revered custom of.
this generation is interested in differ- column conductors. the new manage-
ent occupations than its progenitors.
imont here inserts one inch of expertly
The significance of these results of
funny comment, and 0il1 then turn to
course depends on the sincerity of further contributed material for'the
Harvard men in their answers. If 4
. next six inches. This comment will
this be taken for granted the result
take the form 'of a newspaper head-
sat least interesting. ime, based upon the convention,
Forty-two percent of thmos;e (uICSe- closed yesterday, of the Mid-West
tioned answered "No!" to the query: College Comic Association:
"Do you ever drink alcoholic liquors?''
Those who have been interested In {'OMIV 'CONVENTION
prohibitions' success can well con- I ENDS ONE-)AY MEET
sider this an indication at least of the
comparative success of the Eighteenth Humorists Throng Union Lobby;
amendment among college students. Punsters Ejected Following
Ten years ago not more than half of Jest in Barbershop
this number could have honestly made
R(saaANE P

elude "Between the Soup and the
Savory," a domestic comedy by Ger- i
trude Jennings, "Mothers of Men," a
war story by Percival Wilde, and "A
Bit of Dutch Lace," the fourth scene
in Edward Knoxbloch's famous melo-
drama, "My Lady's Dress."
The casts have been selected as fol-


"Between the Soup and the Savory"
Cook .................Alberta Olson
Kitchen girl .......... Frieda Banks
Maid ...............Katherine Clark
Director, Lillian Bronson.
"Mothers of Men"
Mrs. Chepstowe......Margaret Lord
Caller......... Katherine Schrauder
Director, Phyllis Loughton.
"A Bit of Dutch Lace"
Antje ............Margaret Geddes
Moeder Kaatje......... Helen Adler
Mynheer Cornelius.Margaret Effinger
Jonkheer Ian Van Derbom......
..................... Ruth Kahn
Director, Elizabeth Strauss.
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114 LI~ TT x tI U1such an answer. MA T
The United States of America, nomi- What on the other hand might be "By nmy halberd," quoth Sir Laun-
nalty so scornful of the League of Na- considered a reactionary tendency was celot, chuckling under the blue steel
tions as an effective instrument of in- brought out by the question concern- visor, "what a winsome wench re-
ternaitional cooperation, tomorrow will ing a profession. There was indicated cining in yonder arbor."
Sirtually become a League member by I a marked decrease in the inumber who "It is that in truth," said Sir Kay,
being party to one of the most im- intended to enter the ministry-only the Seneschal, who had lately return-
portant conferences since the war. A six-tenths of a percent as comparedi ed from a pilgrimage in quest of the
meeting o h ersnaie f4
meing of the" representatives of 42 with two percent of their fathers' Holy Grail, and had joined his
nations will begin at this time to dis- generation. This combined with the brother-at-arns, at the castle of Laun-
cuss the international traffic in arms increased tendency to make "btasi- celot's sister, one of the Morgan-Fays.
with a view to its control in the in- ness" a life work indicates a definite "Shall we waken her," asked the
teret of world peace. And it is cer- change in emphasis which is counter- sturdy Launcelot, smiling inlrepidlyj
tain that the program of the American balanced only by the figures which in- below his coat of armor and coat of
delegates will dominate the proceed- dicated a large increase in the number chain mail, though his eyes gleamedj
ings. taking education as a profession. A with the spirit of innocent fun he but
Alreaidy European nations are re- university education is conming more lately suggested.
ported to le elated over the fact that and more to be identified with money- "A right jest and true," quoth the
this count ry i8 going to participate making. I ever-ready Sir Kay, who was always
ofliially and to hait with great satis- No extended analysis of the results willing to try a bout, be it in the pass-j
faction the statemnent of Represent of the questionnaire would be worth- I age of arms or in the gayer fields of
at ive Thecilore E. Burton, head of the while. It is, nevertheless, somewhat love, in the latter of which it must'
Amenrican ,lelegation, on his arrival at representative of present day ten- be admitted his experience learned inl
Geneva, that America is prepared to dencies. Especialy is t his true of tbe the festive court of King Arthur now
make any sacrifice for world peace. two percent of the seniors who cvi- stood him in good stead.
This is a rather different tune from i dently look forward to a life of un- The two knights swiftly dismounted
that which some of our would-be I disturbed leisure, a-nswering the query and parting 'the green sward with
iMilitarists are accustomed to sing for concerning a profession with "None." swift strides, walked softly to where
us. Perhaps it is the influence of Such is life in the effete East......tthe sleeping maiden lie with her head

talk it over.


Philip LaRowe will present his
graduation recital on the organ in Hill
auditorium Tuesday, May 5, at 4:15
o'clock. In addition to his work with
Palmer Christian Mr. LaRowe has
been organist and director of music
at the Unitarian Church. He was alsoI
accompanist for the Glee Club last
year and has played frequently in Hill t
auditorium for various campus func-
His program will be as follows:
Prelude in B minor . ............ Bach
Rondo Capriccion (A Study in
Accents) ................ Lemare
Symphony VI ................. Widor
Festival Prelude on "Ein feste
Burg" ..................Faulkes
Minuetto antico e iMlusetts.......Yon
Concert Variations ...........Bonnet

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able to yid you,

Sir Launcelot wended his way down


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