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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOmER 22, 1925

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Chairman, Editorial Board .Norman R. Thal
"City 'Editor........ ....Robert S. Mansield
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Sports Editor..........---.Joseph Kruger
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F. A. Nordquist
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1925
Night Editor-LEONARD C. HAIL
"In the coming debt negotia-
tions at Washington, Italy is
ready to follow the lines laid
down by the American Govern-
nient in the agreement concluded
with Great Britain and Belgium
and in the negotiations with
France. .The Italian Government
has not been influenced and will
not be influenced by the pro-
visional agreement concluded by
France."-Count Volpi, the Ital-
Ian finance minister.
WE NEED 1 -
Col. William Mitchell, whose charg-
es have been largely responsible for
the investigation of our national de-
fenses, especially as concerns our
#viation corps, will be court-martial-
ed Oct. 28 for conduct unbecoming an
officer and prejudicial to good mili-
tary discipline. An order to this ef-
fect was issued Tuesday by Secretary
of War Davis.
There can be little doubt about the
outcome of this trial, it is merely to

determine whether or not Colonel
Mitchell accused his superiors of
"criminal negligence" and "almost
treasonable administration," a n d
whether or not these words merit dis-
ciplinary measures,--nothing more.
The trial will not attempt to arrive at
the justice or foundation of these re-
marks, nor the truth, and sincerity of
the bombastic colonel's accusations.
Yf it is proved that he used thesel
phrases in the connection in which itf
is charged, and there is little doubt
as to that, and if the army men who
make up the court are of the opinionj

for the army court to find Colonel
Mitchell technically guilty, but there
s a semi-duty before President ('eel- I ED
idge, who must pass on the liundin;s //,.
of the court before they become ef- AB1E'S
fective, to so act that the knowledge
and experience of the nation's Most . ETC.
outspoken aviation authority may
continue topee We have it straight from the inside
people.cs o that Comedy Club had laid all its
plans to present "Abie's Irish Rose"
next week, until it was discovered
Reports are to the effect that that three members of the cast grad-
banditry is on the wane in China. uated in 1927.
Just another illustration of the un- *
civilized condition of that country. Instead they will present three one-!
act plays in Sarah Caswell Angell
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Miss G(radova is a pianist of a
mould. Humor, vivacity are utterly
beyond her appreciation; her inter- I
pretations are neither sparkling nor
brittle nor explosive. Hers, rather,
is a lyric talent, bounded, I am sure,
by the most astonishing range of tone

Halloween Decorations
and Party Favors'
BOTH ENDS OF THE
DIAGONA_ WALK

In Biblical times, a people turned
from monotheism to the worship of
idols. Of course, most of us would
consider the act bordering on the
foolish, but the lieen incite of the
nation's pophet showed him a pro-
found teacher.
"You hue the trees of the forest to)
build furniture and other household
articles," he said to his people, "then
you use the next best portion of the
timber for your fires. Then-if you
have anything left-you make your
gods."
That which should logically have
gotten the best of all that they had to
offer was getting the "residue there-
of."
The lesson still holds good on the
campus, and not necessarily in a re-
ligious way. Shall we sacrifi'e the
best of our time and energy 0o the
god of pleasure? Or shall we give
our best thoughts and hours to that
which should be uppermost in the
minds of college men and women?
Let's not give our studies the "residue
thereof."
Two men, after winning $48,000 in
a card game, were arrested and fined
$50. A flagrant violation of "deck-
oruin," it was termed.
EDITORIAL COMMENTI
$18,000 A YEAR
(The Boston Evening Transcript)
"With the second-rate law schools
turning out mediocre lawyers as fast
as they now are, every man of real
competence in the profession is as-
sured of all the business he can pos-
sibly handle during the rest of his
natural life." This remark, made by
a Boston attorney in private conver-
sation the other day, is interestingly
borne out by the statement just pub-
lished of the average yearly earnings
of the members of the Harvard La
IbSchool .class 8A r 905. The report,
covering 119 men, shows an average
professional income of $18,634. More
over, a close analysis shows that thi';
high level is not only mathematically
but practically sound as a measure of
the "average" earnings of Harvard-
trained lawyers in their twentieth
year of practice. Although there are
three men earning over $100,000 and
seventeen over $25,000, these excep-
tionally handsome returns are not
numerous enough greatly to falsify
the result for the class in general. As
many as forty-six men are earning
over $10,000. Only four are earning i
less than $2500. It seems safe, there-
fore, to set $10,000 as easily the "fair
to middling" return which graduates
of first-rate law schools may normally
expect to earn in the prime of life.
With such a standard obtaining-
certainly the highest prevailing in any
of the learned professions--it is
small wonder that so many young
men, from all walks of life, continue
to make clamor today at the gates of
our law schools, and continue to seek,
after gaining such training as they
may, formal admission to the bar.
Beyond question the real income
which actually awaits many of the
less competent and less highly trained
men will never rise so high as the
$18,634 average just now reported. We
doubt very much whether the profes_-
sional earnings of all the men at the
Boston bar average half that amount.
J3ut there are the shining rewards at
the top of the profession! They at-
tract all youths and sundry. Some,
through sheer ability no matter what

adv. color I have ever heard.
* * * 1Her fortissimo somehow-discount-
We don't often hand out free pub-jing, perhaps, her new piano was
licity like that, but a follar cane in
here just now and fought with the e an again ar n hammer
column on our right for about three wise, produced, apiparently, only with
hours about whether they should get the greatest effort. Yet her pianis-
publicity or not. For the sake of the 1 simo reached amazing effects. 1Her
peace of mind of this department, whole personality, in fact, seemed
therefore, we finally worked a com- pregnant with a high sincerity and
promise by which we would run the very full sympathy; everything she
announcement. touched grew deeply poetic, infused
The Comedy Club gent said that it with a poignant grace.
was particularly appropriate in as ier numbers all graded themselves
much as the plays were all hilariously to this form--the Bach, the Beethoven
funny. Sonata, the Brahms Rhapsody. And
* * * the Scriabin group became even more
lE said so--not we--We will not tender and romantic by turns. Of
be responsible in any way. her entire program it was the Etude
* * in F sharp minor-in the midst of off-
MI('Ih1("A N ON ~ ~ OF stage nmasonry-that was a very mas-
SOil ETIJING SAYS ZI 1A1 terpiece- of sheer tenuous rapture,
Noted't Impr iiesario Forgets Just mounting on soft, almost inaudible
What II's 1ut Says I e chords to an exquisite climax.
Knows Its

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Ann Arbor, Mich., is in a class by itself-nothing like it or
to compare with it.
If there is such a thing as a "non-breakable" the "Mas-
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Bad
SPEAKS REFOAF LITN('IEON
Given in his honor by local
Iaughters of Evolution.
Dr. Lovell is
Toastmaster.
Ann Arbor, Mich., Oct. 21-Special
Radio to Rolls.)
Speaking before thirteen and one-
seventh people assembled in the main
store room of the Union yesterday
noon, Joseph Zilch, foremost author-
ity on Bugs and things like that,
stated that this State was on the
verge of something which had temp-
orarily slipped his memory.
When asked after the meal whether
he could shed any more light on what
the State was on the verge of, he said
he could hardly remember gven that
but that he felt that it was quite
dangerous.

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Gitta Gradova

In her final group of Chopin she
substituted the Prelude in A major
for the B minor Prelude and one of
the Posthumus Etudes, I believe, for
that in A minor. They invariably
showed the same subtle feeling for
modulation, always sentimental in itsj
finest sense and tempered even in
JOE ZIL(C'l their more passionate moments. The
After the banquet Mr. Zilch called Waltz in A flat major alone showed a
on Police Chief Thos. O'Brien but it flaire for a masculine virility.
seemed that the chief had a tailor bill One thing, however, the concert
due and so was busy rounding up a was not. It was larger in every
few students to arrest. sense than the typical chamber re-
Zilch then went down to Ferry cital. It was a brilliant tribute to
field to aid Yost with the boys. "Our Miss Gradova's artistry that she could
team will do either one of three overcome the very polite, the very re-
things against Illinois," was his speetable, the intelligent and deaden-
prophesy. "It will either win lose or ing attention of a tea-party audience.
tie." * * *
Mr. Yost silent when asked to corn- THE FA 'I TY CONCERT
ment on this statement. Perhaps he The first program in the series of
didn't hear, but either way he failed Faculty Concerts will be given in Hill
to make a statement. auditorium Sunday afternoon at 4:15
BC.I"'I '11 o'clock. An especially attractire group
At al early hour his morning of numbers will be played by Mrs.j
'Ir. Zich ca IIed tiis office r-Mabel Ross-Rhead. The concert is
port tat a b e aI A kPned sad-lco linen tary and the general pub-
deu1ly ld'rin the night to reccall lic with the exception of small chit-1
-what the stale was on the verge dren is invited.
of. The detailed program is as follows:
It was winter. Ballade, G minor..............Griegr
** (Variations on a Norwegian theme)

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worlis just wonderfully. Just try that
on your own Ford.
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25 YEARS
IN R01A
From the files of
Oct. 22, 1900.

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Toasted Rolls,

Mrs. Rhead
Quartet, D minor (Kochel No.
575) ....................Mozart
Allegretto; Andante;
Miinuetto; Allegretto
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lockwood
Miss Pauline Kaiser
Miss Ora Lai'thard
Nocturne, Op. 27, No. 2........Chopin
Etude, Op. 25................ .Chopin1
Ballade, Op. 38 .............. Chopin
Mrs. Rhead{
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that such words constitute conduct school they come from, will attain the ---_. "t4IIENWI('1i VILLAGE FOLLIES"
unbecoming an officer and are preju- goal. But many anlong them, if we *'1st Person: What's bl ack aind witi A review, by Wim. M. Lewis, Jr.
d icial to good military discipline, he may credit the dictum of the Boston and red all m'er?' "Beautiful but dumb"--that is the
can, and doubtless will, be convicted lawyer here cited, will never gain the 2nd Person: I don't knev. sixth edition of the "Greenwich Vil-
and sentenced. return themselves, but, ironically * rd Person: A u peri lage Follies," laying at the Shubert-
It may be beyond the scope and au- enough, will greatly help others to -- Detroit this week. It is doubtful if
thority of such a court to take into win it. By reason of the incompetent * Persons a'e in the indicative the next edition of this revue will
consideration extenuating circum- advice which the incompetent men singular. feel the loss of John Murray Ander-
stances it may be the duty of the I among them will give, and by reason * * * son, whose future efforts will be con-
diudgc advocate to prohibit the presen- of the litigation which the petty at- Yes, friends, when second semester fined to the "Music Box Revues." His
tation of all such evidence, but the 3 torney seeks always to foster, they sophomores rate as Juniors, and foot- ability is not to be denied, but there
fact remains that the basis for the will be constantly creating legal mud- ball players as dancers, and Chimes is a sameness about all his produc-
colonel's charges, whether entirely dles and complications which the 'S The Daily magazine, we can cer- tions that becomes wearing, to say
true or not, had and have such a more competent members of the pro-' tainly speak of the good old days. the least.
foundation as to merit deeper and fession will be busy "tihe rest of their * * * Pictorially the piece is perfect. A
more cautious consideration than has natural lives" is untangling. WVO wonder whether the Women's chorus worthy of the name, and real-
been given them, and a military con- It is a strangely vicious circle. League Jazz band is going to play at ly beautiful settings, rioting withj
viction at this time may serve to rob Competent, conscientious lawyers, for the Pan-Ilellenie. It seems that they color, are indeed soothing to tired
the nation of the services of one of their part, are the first to strive to had difliculty in finding a lady traps eyes.
the few army men who are willing to avoid for their clients all unnecessary ,player. The .music, however, is not excep-
risk personal ridicule on the altar of litigation. But man of lesser stand- It would seem that they could get tional. The best of what there is are
military advancement. Right or ards-attracted into the profession lots to beat the ensnare drum, but three numbers purchased from the
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