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WFt ntr~DAYr cNOVern 4, 19"1

For innumerable yar; ,thec, y ci
everg x tthe physical trainer has been heard
Pulihe eey morning except Monday
during the U-niversity year by the Board inI throughout the lald; it has i)eCn ta k-
Control of Student Publications.-
en up by citizens from New York to
Members of Western Conference Editorial Walla Walla. Each morning count-
Association. less rotund, scantily clad men and
'ihe Associated Press is exclusively en- !women are doing their (Ane-two-three-
titledc to the use f ur republication of all news fu'a
dispatches ercited to it or not otherwisefour'according to the directions on the
credited in this paper and the local news pub- physical training chart. The Daily
dished therein. ___ Dozen has become an American insti-
Enrtered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,I tution. But now it has been given a
icig an, as second class matter. Special rate tyNeillBell whoin theL
of p.osl'age granted by Third Assistant Post- otb el elwo nteLno
master General. Daily Mail, says:
Suiscription by carrier, $3.50; by mail, "No slave in the g;leys ever work..
OffCes:.Ann Arbor Press Building, May- ed harder than these deluded gym-
hard Street.
Phones: Editorial, 4925; business, 21214. nasts. And yet they are merely strain-
ing their hearts, thickening their
EDITORIAL STAFF artries, and shortening their lives
Telephone 4925 "This passion for exercise is the.
__________last insanity of mankind; biy it the
MANAGING EDITOR great cililizations built by men of
GEORGE W. DAVIS giant intellect, eager purpose, sane
Chairman, Editorial Board...Norman R. ThalviOn, and immobile bodies are doom-
City Editor............Robert S. Mansfield! ed to go down i oblivion.
News Editor...........Manning .Houseworth I
Women's Editor............Helen S. Ramsay The great men of the past were the
Sports Editor.............. .Joseph Kruger men who did not move their bodies
Telegraph Editor..........William Walthour
Music and Drama.....Robert B. Henderson beyond the minimum required for the
Night Editors normal purpose of . existence: Dio-
Smith H. Cady Lccuard C. Hall gee inhstSores n hs
Willard B. Crosby Thoas V. Koykka genes in his tub, Socrates on his
Robert T. DeVore W. Calvin Patterson couch, Napoleon in his coach, and Mr.
Assistant City Editoi h Joseph Chamberlain in his brougham."
Irwin Olian A.rederickll aShilliton
Assistants And then Mr. Bell illustrates his

(AM 3 L, TE
Someone once toibi us that all stu-
dent publications at Michigan were
humorous, some intentionally and

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others -- well, just funny. This seemed
to us quite logical, and we believed it j JOINT MeCOIflLCI(
a A review, by Robert Ramsay.
verbatim, until the other morning we It is a world of incongruity; the
started thinking about it. The great queer bodge podge of every thing is
problem, of course is to determine, quite patently what makes it work
first of which are purposely humor- living in. We find an Irish tenor the
ous, and which not, and secondly, greatest exponent of Italian bel canto.j
which are the funniest. John McCormack is undeniably the
Well, of course the funniest one was master of flawless singing; pure lyric
Chimes, of that there was no question, expression finds its most glorious
It so far excels Gargoyle, for example ! manifestation in him; music, freed
that we have become convinced that t from all the artificiality of dynamics
is intentional. (Granting, always, that a
height of complete naivete in John;
the funniest are that way on purpose.) i
. McCormack. He is a singer from who'
Then we came to the regular publica- others could learn much. He is per-
tions, that is The Daily. This journal,
we believe does not rate too high, in haps the greatest representative of a
as much as the humorous matter is so school whose emphasis has been from
unsteady. Another thing about The the first on tonal beauty and technical
Daily is that it actually tries to be 1 perfection. He has sung with infinite
funny at times. Barring these, how- beauty; there is a liquid flow of his
ever, it is quite amusing, but equally tone which carries a melody through
inconsistent in that vein, the delicate gradations and modula-
Then we came to the yearly out- tions with an artistry that is eternally
bursts. The 'Ensian, we found is too beautiful. His transitions are made
long to be funny, although itsdoes without effort; the ease with which he
have its bright moments. Then the passes from full voice to middle voice,
Student directory. This is about its is unsurpassed in any singer before
style of wit: . the public today. Like Melba, he holds
the heart of his audience in his hand,
PHONE 13 GOL DMANS he sings with t'hem, and delights them
fTNL'iY IN SPOTS with the sheer simplicity of his un-
affective delivery.
His voice is not of great range. He
189 Student Directory 129 has a habit of passing into a falsetto




Gertrude E. Bailey .Stanford N. Phelps
Charles Behymer Evelyn Pratt
Philip C. Brooks Marie Reed
1. Farnum Simon Rosenbaum
Buckingham Muth Rosenthal
Edgar Carter Wilton A. Simpson
Iugene H. Gutekunst Janet Sinclair
Douglas Doubleday Courtland C. Smith
Mary IDunnigan James A. Sprowl
lmes T. Herald Stanley Steinko
Elizabeth S. Kennedy Clarissa Tapson
Marion Kubik HenryLThurnau
WValter H. Mack David C. Vokes
Louis R. Markus Chandler J. Whipple
Ellis Merry Cassain A. Wilson
elen Mon ow Thomnas C. Winter
Margaret Parker Marguerite Zilszke
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point from animal life, for it is "the
animal side of man which is the
question at issue." IHe cites the con-
dition of the horse, the (log, and the
cat, all swift moving animals who sel-
dom rest and who never attain long
lives. In contrast he points to the
placid elephant, the caged parrot, the
giant turtle that scarcely moves, and
the oak tree. These live for a wide
span of years, from the elephant that}
usually lives to a hundred, to the oak
that lives over a thousand years. "Inj

We Inake good looking Intfats and clenn
your old ones to look like new.
Save a Dollar or More at the

Dancing Tonight
And every
Wednesday, 8-10
Friday, 9-1
Saturday, 9-12
Tickets at Slater's Book Shop
and at Goodyear Drug on Main Street.
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617 Packar Sireet,
(Where D. U. I. Stops

Phone 7415.
at State St.)


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Telephone 1 all the animal kingdom no beast tha___when he reaches his top notes. It is
is cursed by the desire for swift mo - BRIOWN, Chla'. L. 218 Walnut, Sa- a trick it would pay many another
B OSINESS MANAGER tion makes old bones"line 21212 tenor to learn. So many of our claim-
_YR ___W. ABell maintains that exercise is the BRiOWNE Charles, L. 182 Walnut, ants to the throne of the great Caruso,
Advertising....................3... J. Firm rankest folly, and this undue physical Saline. 12122 barrel-shaped gentlemen, whose vast
Advertising.......T. D. Olmsted, Jri . expanse of linen covers a pair of cast
Advertising........Frank R. Dent, Jr exertion is undermining the very life BRI-OUN C. L. 821 Walnut, Saline, iron lngs, eam awy at eir hg
Averatiing.................. L..Newman of ma i 22121 notes full forte, unmindful of the dis-
Pulication...............Rudolph Bostelman force in humanity is vigorous enough BROUNE, C. Lewis, 128 Walnut, Sa- tressing result, unconscious of their
Accounts...................Paul W. Arnold to endow mankind with 1,000 years line ,11222 own folly and lack of sense. They I
Ingred M. Alving S. H. Pardee of life, but until man puts away from BRIAUN, Chas. Lewis, 281 Walnut, would learn much of value from Mc-
George 11. Annable, Jr. Loleta G. Parker him the childishness of exercise he Saline, 22112 Cormack.
W. Carl Bauer Julius C. PliskowLatnghivocwsdspon-
loben 1. Borink Robert Prentiss will never come into that kingdom BROENiE, (hares Louis, 812 Walnut, Last night, his voice was disappoint-
tden W. Butzbach Win. C. Pusch which Bernard Shaw displays for him Saline, 12212 ing It lacked the brilliance, the light
W. J. Cox Franklin J. Rauner delicacy, the matchless finish which
Marion A. Daniel Joseph Ryan in Back to Methuselah.' SNORP, Effie, Besty Newberry Dx- h
]ames R. DePuy Margaret Smith has always been associated with hs
Margaret L. Funk Ruth A. Sorge All of which quite upsets our ter, 88888 singing. It was heavy and uninspired
Stan Gilbert Thomas Sunderland snig twshayaduisie
T. Kenneth Haven Wi. H. Wearne present ideas for longevity. How will I BRiAUNE, Charles Louis, 2180 Walnut, last night save for an occasional flash
J. E. Little Eugene Weinberg the physical culturists answer such a Saline, 22211 of the real fire.
Frank E. Msher Wi. J. Weinman
F. A. Nordquist challenge to their religion of strength? BiIOON, Chas. Louis, 2018 Walnut, I suspect that it is as much heresy
Saline, 12221 to say that one did not like McCor-
I BROONE, C. Louis, 1802 Walnut, Sa- mack as it would be to suggest that
!___ one was disappointed in the inaugura-
".CAMPUS OPINIONlie,-122 tion, 0or shall w ateRpbia
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, wl925 l line22iERtE o iTElbeadministration. And yet, disappoint-
Night Editor-ROBERT T. DE VORE arbs wiN, however, be regarded as. ment is all I can feel. His is a type
NiegntEdeitouon reuest of singing that leaves one utterly un-
So you see that while it is quite moved.
RECOGNITION PI'ERONAL ATAA C original in its form, it is very easy to It may be truthfully said that in
The attitude of the Board of Re- mimic successfully. So when all is striving for excellence, the singer of
gents in increasingTo the Editor: said and done, it is our honest belief bel canto misses much which other
In the last edition of Chimes I -- that Chimes wins, by eight lengths singers of more faulty technique hve
or the 1926 Summer session is one tentionally tried to poke a little fun ' s y in great abundance which gives them
which may well be regarded favor- at Dr. Angell on account of the fact a more permanent claim to greatness
I - o,-Fil, te poplewhoe nmesarethan mere faultlessness. In the ef-j
ably, and may be considered as a that he, though opposed to football listed as being in the girls chorus of fort for perfection, interpretation goes
wordless tribute to the advances that and a larger stadium, applied for ex- the Opera will not wear corsage to- lby the board, and the work is flat, he-
the Summer session has made during tra seats for the Navy game. Had I day. I cause of its very perfection. The
the past few years. known in advance of the vicious at- * * * greatest artist is the dramatic artist.
The men in charge of the Summer tack on Dr. Angell that occurred in Yesterday we noted that there were Art, though it may have a measure of
sessions at the various universities Saturday's issue of The Daily, I several gypsies in town. It seems I simplicity, is essentially sophisticated.
always have an uphill fight; there is would have omitted all reference to that some of these wide awake pub- John McCormack seems to be unable
eternally before them that old-age his application for tickets. licity men on the Opera found that to grasp the sensuous dramatic ap-
eterall beorethemtha ol-ag r ymenon he pera fond hatpeal which a more gifted actor could.
prejudice, the natural outgrowth of As a matter of fact, ho, like others there was no one around to complain His naivete is appling; like a quiet
the elementary school, against a sum- who are entitled to secure extra seats, about the gypsy atmosphere which pool, it is restful until the passivity
mer term. People still retain the be- was quite naturally beseiged by re- Tambourine boasts. So they imported becomes unbearable, and your soul
lief that the summer school is only quests from friends who had failed to a few consciencious objectors. We longs for a storm. There are no
for the dunce, the flunker. They either obtain the tickets for which they had hate to show up the boys like that storms in McCormack. The grandest
cannot or will not see the real value applied. Ie gave way to this pressure but- thing in music which it has been my
of a summer term for those that de- -and I was equally guilty. The fact * * * pleasure to hear was a lullaby in the
sire it that students and faculty alike are Mr. Jesse I -nch Williams, holder harsh sensuous tones of Mary Garden.
Messana sobbing out the Lord's
subjected to this sort of pressure, of the Fellowship in Creative Arts, ar-
The Uuversity maintains an Exten- . . . prayer! One misses that in McCor-
sion department in order that it may which results in the loss of much time rived in Ann Arbor permanently' in mack.
more completely and thoroughly and energy, is just another reason time for Pres. Little's little party, * * *
reach the people of the state. The why we should have a larger stadium. thereby breaking all speed records for "THREE LIVE GHOSTS"
Summer session, in addition to comr And this pressure would not be de- this office by a good month.- "Three Live Ghosts," as I remem-
bining practically all the advantages her, tells the story of a kleptomaniac,
of the regular session, probably does ed to purchase tickets for games. Just as we were about to start writ- a diamond tiara, an old war-horse
more to spread culture throughout I do not agree with Dr. Angell's ing ourselves a letter from some spinster, and detectives up to three or
the state than does the Extension de- views on the stadium situation, neither Alumnus about the stadium, because four who pop in and around doors
lpartmnent, and does the job more thor- do I (agree with Saturday's communi- we thought that it would be the right with the lightning calculation of a
oughly. And this is not through any cation. Dr. Angell is wrong but sin- thing to do, one came today. We are hoity-toity bed-room farce. The whole
fault of5 the Extension department, cere. Ile may be indiscreet in secur- keeping that one, and it's a mighty play was something of a Broadway
that division of the University does ing tickets for friends, so may I, but fine piece of writing, too. So if success, and is nearly as sophisticated
everything that it is able tb do, but that certainly has nothing to do with Chimes and Garg. and The Daily keep as a stack of wheat.
the opportunities of the Summer ses- the question of sincerity, and certain- on filling space with that sort of stuff Professor Hollister is opening' his
shin are greater. ly does not justify a personal attack. we are going to be right in the swim- Play Production course with this opi
A lerge percentage of the summer I And please note this: Dr. Angell, in Just one more big story on the sta- from the Marcins and Ishams- of
students are teachers, who enroll for presenting his arguments, has never dium and i it goes-we don't mean Abie's best Shodom-Gebracht clan-
the purpose of keeping up to date in resorted to personal attacks. possibly, either. and presents it frankly for the de-
courses and methods. And the addi- Harry C. Carver, lightful bombast that it is. Such is
Professor of Mathematics. i'the stuff the theater is made of, the
tioiial knowledcge or culture that these ______the____
PeOPle take away with them is sure to As a result of the recent ceremonies necessary merange to salt his more
reach a large number of citizens in CONEY ISLAND (OLLEGE iambitiousproductions later in the
r t c unin oTtedito:Little, a very treasured black silk series.
their respective comunitie, and to To te hood, with crimson lining, was lost s
reach them in a more defiite and Good for Professor Sleator! Hi5 somewhere between Angell hall and A o e e, the
riome casily assimilated manner, communication to Sunday's Daily the rest of the city. If such an art- most br cmeds of tmpssbl
The other advantages of the Sum- ; clears out of the way one of the most ile has been found the finder will add s ann s cogee an is at-
muer session are more readily recog- j widely-held of the fallacies that pre- materially to the commencement cere-
nized; the opportunity it offers tu- I vent the consideration of the stdium monies nextJune by either comuni-faes them and on tone and
dents to continue their work through problem on solid grounds of educa- ctngwthtisdpatenarrhc-teesptotenmoraltelowebook
out the year, and consequently reduce tional policy. ing 21624 the esprit of the unmoral Yellow Book
the number of years necessary to Obligation to the state that supports We knew no good would come of all snon the other the Puritaent h-
complete a given course; the chance us? Certainly. But obligation to pro- this dressing, up and parading. Add elude Oscar Wilde's "The Importance
it presents for the student who has vide, not entertainment, but education. songs: Look For the Crimson Lining. of Being Earnest" and Bernard Shaw's
been forced to miss a semester or two The University is no more a part of a i* * * ,
* * * "Androcles and the Lion"ea!
to make up that work, in order that state playground system than the A man named Hartsock was hit by
he may graduate with his class; the Psychopathic hospital Let us at least a train going forty miles an hour re- One member of the freshman class
occasion it offers to students of other be clear on that, lest it be said of utis cently, and although his Ford was was sufficiently attracted by these



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