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PA1i r rn't'T14E MICHR

by mail,-all the machinery that will
make radio a useful pursuit and not
simply a recreation, The university
Ptd hu e g every morning except Monday lecture should be the same factor on
du riny the University year by the Board in
Control of Student Publications, the <ir as in the classrcom.
Michigan has an extension division
Members of Western Conference Editorial
Association, that is extremely active and is already'
functioning successfully. It Las the
TIe Associated Press is exclusively en- personnel and the opportunity at Ann
-i ttlea to the u se for republication of all news! h patl~iya n
dispatches credited to it or not otherwise Arbor to take the lead in the develop-
it in this paper and the local news pub- ment of radio ednuatiun. The scheme
lished therein,
has won enough praise elsewhere to.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann 'Arbor, he worthy of a trial, at least.
Michigan, as second class matter. Special rate
of postage .granted by Third Assistant Post-

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DE M RA .LIZ1N(G
INFLUENCES OF
FOOTBALL
For thf? first time in many years. it
appears the conference football title
will go to the team which wins on
Ferry field ne;t Saturday afternoon..
It seems queer that one of the out-
Sstanin schools- on tht t h o b

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SUNDAY, NOVEM ER 15, 1925
Absolutely "The Finest"
Hear Them Saturday Night
And 'You Will Agree
(Space donated by Graham's)
I SKILLED REPAIRING

by E gene O'Neil
D)etroit %Opera,1101

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MANAGING EDITOR
GEORGE W. DAVIS
Chairman, Editorial Board... Norman R. Thal
City Editor............Robert S. Mansfieldl
News Editor............Manning Housewortb
Women's Editor.......... .Helen S. Ramsay
Sport s Editor............. ..Joseph Kruger
Telegraph Editor..........William Walthoure
Music and Drama......Robert B Henderson
Night, Editors
Smnith H. Cady Lcnard C. Hall
Willard 1. Crosby Thon as V. Koykka
Robert T. DeVore W. Calvin Patterson
Assistant City Editor
Irwin Olian l rederick H, Shillito
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ILmglas Doubleday
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B ames T. Herald
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Ma1:rion Kubik
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stanford PN. Phelps
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Marie Reed
Simon Rosenbaum
Roth Rosenthal
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Henry Thurnau
David C. Voles
'ihan(Aer J. Whipple
C'assamn A. Wilson
Thomas C. Winter
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A .ATIONtl:I1ItRO ,,,'U', e a as een
a consistent contender for this title, * * *
It would now seem that the United should be among the very few which MADAME SCIIVANN-IEINK
States now has a national hero about have no adequate stadium. Perhaps ,i A review, by Robert Henderson.
whom no words of praise are compli- if we had one here, the authorities Those of us among the audience
mentary enough, for whom enough would have no excuse for not seating last evening were in the presence ofj
the student.body within hearing dis- the most wonderful thing in the world.
eannot be doe in his short span of ctance of the game. Here was no question of manners,
life. He is a certain red-headed ice***nopeiuprbm oftciq;
man who comes from Wheaton, Illi- no precious problem of technique;
nois, and, incidentally attends the According to this paper, Director, here was, if you will god-head, the
University of Illinois where he plays etc., etc. Fielding H. Yost has given most sublime gift that raises us to
football. Harold E. Grange has never I up grinding down a cigar, and has - divinity. When men can be made to
roamed the world, or rescued a Helen I given himself over to chewing tobaccos
weep, when women can De stript of
of Troy from enemy hands, or con- outright.their artifice, when all of us, to the
quered the fierce tribes of Gaul, or depths of what we choose to call our
led the Christians in their Crusades, We wonder how many people notic- souls, can be purged of our palid
in fact he has never done apything for ed the flying Rollo which passed over sophistries and placed before all
which national heroes are ustually re- the stands. That would be our idea of beauty that is humble and radiant,
membered. But he has played foot- nothing at all. To travel through then you have art.
ball as it hasn't been played in five space at the hands of a motor which Then you find no dogma of intricate
or six years. was as temperamental as our little mystery, no chamber that is closed
hd mf _friend.but to the persevering few; then you
He has received a multitude of of- friend. yua rthtati o l
fes odoamotevryhng igEs* * * find before you a truth that is of all
fers to do almost everything, big East- the world, that is, in veriest sincerity,
ern newspapers refer to him as Mr. WHAT THE "L"rll that is naive and humble-tte hu-
Grange when in an adjoining story In a eulogy of one of its staunch man heart.
they speak of the President as Cool- aides, a local church organ (a publi- In Madame Schumann-Heink it is
idge. cation not a musical instrument) not the fact that here is a figure past
But the culmination in this hero- "Girls are fortunate in having sixty years of age, a woman gifted
worship came two days ago when access to the comradship of a true with a voice that stands as nothing;
nomination petitions appeared in Chi- 'Angell of mercy'. . . . If student but a literal miracle. It is not the
cago to place the name of "Red" girls do not come to see her, she fact that she can encompass in a
Grange on the Republican primary goes to see them. If by any chance single evening a child's jingle and a
ballot for nomination as congress- you have not given her an oppor- hymn i tha is the cry of the ages. Nor
iit even the fact that she can turn~
man-at-large. And their is much agi- tunity to make your acquaintance, from the passion of the Erlkonig to a
tation behind the movement. Although save her the trouble of making coloratura aria such as Arditi's Bo-
he is two years under age now, he her acquaintance yourself." I lero.
would be almost old enough when the First of all there seems to be some These are not the verities that
congress to which he would be elected confusion about these Angells, some make her the greatest singer living
would meet. of them are at Yale othersat Michi- today, that make her alone fired with+
All of which goes to show that a gan. But the angels, to which, we an inspiration all but incomparable.
hero-worshipper i s unthinkingly assume, the writers have reference, Rather it pis the portrait of this mar-
blind. Because Grange can throw . a come from a place where, pesumabl vellous woman, now at the high noon
forward pass, does that mean that he they do not have an opportunity ofofhergenius, outreaching the mere
can throw a line" which is as strong writing to The Daily about stadiums, none other has in our memory, the
to~~~~nn ohthHeseBasauinheounrsmremtryan the 't
to th House? Because he can score etc, and spell their name with one very depths of hallowed emotion. 6
with the ball, can he carry bills "L." Last night we probably heard her+
through the halls of congress, where This particular one seems to be as voice for the final time. The thought I
speed and agility count for naught? ievitable as all the rest. Our guess of such contact makes one stop and
Because he has enough sense to cap- is that both kinds of Angels take for grow inarticulate . . .
tain a good football team does not, their motto "Eventually, why not * *
under any circumstances, mean that now?" The student girls are not left ('4¢iI)Y CUB
he has the mental capacity to ,cope very much choice about making this There will be an important busi-
with older politicians. Becaus, he angel's acquaintance. As a matter of ness meeting of Comedy Club tomor-
can play football as the East had fact it boils right down to a question row afternoon at 4 o'clock in Room
never seen it played does not mean of good manners. 203, University hall. All members

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BUSINESS STAFF.
Telephone 21214
BUSINES& MANAGER
BYRON W. PARKER
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Frank E. Mosher
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1925
Night Editor-SMITH H. CADY, JR.
America and Great Britain are
working together to set China on
her feet and to free her from
Communist denomination. The
atmosphere of distrust such as
marked pre-war days in Europe
must not be allowed to grow up
between English-speaking na-
tions. I can quite understand the
feelings that prompted the major-
ity of the American people to

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that he can-do everything else equally
as well.
If his name is placed on the pri-
mary ballot, we can rest assured that
our generations has produced a na-
tional hero. All hail to Red Grange!
EDITORIAL COMMENT
NON-SUPPORT!!
To the Editor:

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We stil are in a fog as to the sig-
nificance of the kilts and bagpipes
which paraded in advance of the spats
yesterday afternoon. As far as we
know all the Scotch there is in Ohio
is in liquid form. There is quite a
geegraplical as well as social and po-
litical distinction between the central
states and Scotland. Perhaps they
just had a few of the costumes left
over Coinm a show or something, but
then w =e had Tang and Travaris here
for many years. andthey never

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THE SUNDAI
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Drama pagec
agree that it

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SECOND SECTION
on is directed, as the
o Max Ewing's review
on the Music and
of Chimes. You will,
s sophisticated esprit

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Time
If you have never danced at Gran-
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1ol1 aloof from the League of Having been director of Masques red before he ban Tr
Nations. Feeling as they do, it is for a number of years and having e thnlTher mu-
just as well that America did not now severed my connection with, that sia or (Iryti, hosee
join the Lcaguie, for, disgusted organization, I should like to call at- * *
with the European tangle, she tention to one condition which inter- a M l i
might have withdrawn, which feres very materially with the large now searching frantically for a quar-
would have been a death blow to success which this organization tesarof is Breliners for th
the League."-Sir Esme Howard should achieve. Minnesota game.n
at Kansas City. For a decade Masques has main- * *
tamed its place at Michigan as one j1DIERICKS
TRIE AERIAL COLLEGE of the major producing organizations. XVIII
Another voice was added to the ' Its plays have been distinct contri- You can have all your this and
growing chorus in praise of the offer- butions to the dramatic program of thatsj
ing of university courses by means of the University. No expense or pains About numbers and drilling and
the radio when Prof. R. E. Rogers of have been spared to make its pro- hats
the Boston Institute of Technology ductions finished and attractive in But say what you may
broadcasted his first lecture and add- every detail. Yet Masques has not With the band we will stay
ed his institution to the list of those always had the wholehearted support 'Till the day that they put on
who are attempting to benefit stu- Iit well deserves from the entire cam- white spats.
dents who are physically unable to ,pu With 2,500 women students on * * *
be present at a university. the campus, there should never be -We noted with pleasure the subtle
"It is quite evident that there is any difficulty in securing enthusiastic propaganda which the Athletic asso-
an enormous public that formal edu- and adequate support for a women's ciation exhibited by printing a full
cation cannot reach, that can't take organization with a reputation for page illustration of Ohio's mammoth
regular university extension work, successful work which Masques has stadium.
except by correspondence, people who i * * *
can't afford the commercial enter- gie but it tilUnotable hate s amusing to think of the num-
. ~the women a the. University have
prises that ficod our advertising col- not given the loyal support to this ber of people who will travel miles
umrns, or who are, and perhaps right-)hv
,organization which they should have to witness an important football con-
hear no g .tst, an then forget all about it the
lectures, have no public library worth give.ute a person shows signs of in-
the name . . . . in short, who are al- he two beautiful erformances of toxication or over-excitement some
i shot, wo ar al-Sierra's exquisite drama, The Cradle
most isolated from those things which Sdsix or seven sections away from them.
Song. were both well attended and
they have perhaps at some time been w We are beginning to believe that
accustomed to, and lost, o-r have ' -1 enthusiastically received but it was Ann Arbor is the only town in this
ways thirsted for and never attained. i very noticeable that the audiences part of the country where one is able
It is not beyond the bounds of possi- both consisted lrgely of members of to find gentlemen who have suc-
bility that radio education can reach 1 the faculty, townspeople, and friends cumbed to the exhuberating influences
the sepeop;le efficiently." of the cast. The proportion of wo- of liquor.
s men students was decidedly less thanr * *
Michgan's ownerdioy stationich Iit should have been. If only the We'd like to see our friend the cop
w <ulhae fredeey potuiwourt Michigan could appreciate which jams the rotith g-ate shortly
fordacement inch work, as the honorable place which Masques after the close of any big home game.
aa lndoned:lst ,year. The present I
University programs, being broadcast has made for itself in dramatics and This sounds blood thirsty, perhaps,
bi-weekly from the radio room in could lend their wholehearted sup- but fcr his own good, we think that
University hall through WJR equip- 1 port, Masques might be able to do it ought to be called to this gentle-
mont at Pontiac, offer another oppor- still larger things in the future than man's Vettention that he is not quite
tunity for steps in the right direction. it has in the past. the mcst imposing and powerful fig-
The time is too limited and perhaps I Since the play is by urgent request ure that has walked the face of the
the facilities are too uncertain for to be repeated next Tuesday night, earth in the last 1,925 years.
the broadcasting of regular courses, the opportunity is afforded many of
them brodcatinofregla cus,------~ 1' r- +,--7.. . I, l 41nTff_ 2--Tir-1

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more than balances the diatribes on
stadiums and library methods.
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TUESDAY EVENING
Masques is presenting a special per-
formance of Martinez Sierra's "The
Cradle Song" Tuesday evening in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall to satisfy
the many requests that this delight- j
ful comedy should be repeated. The
charm of the play lies chiefly in its
intimate humor, and the Masques'
performance is especially adroit in
this mould.
The stage presents a sunlit picture
with every detail developed for the
purpose of emphasizing the subtle at-
mosphere of the convent. The veiled
nuns, the music, from th'e distance,,
and the carefully attuned lighting all j
combine to present an artistic por-
trait of a peaceful cloister.
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large assortment of personal
Xmas cards for your in-
spection.
APPLIED AR TS
2 Nickels Arcade
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quickly and pleasantly the evening
will pass.
The music, furnished by Jack Scott
and his 10-piece Club Royal Orches-
tra, is excellent. The floor is praised
by our patrons as one of the best in
this region. Add to this a lively, so-
ciable crowd and you have quite an
ideal situation.
Dances are held at the Academy
on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
nights. Drop in and enjoy yourself.
Tickets at
Slater's Book Shop and at
Goodyear Drug Co., Main St.
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There may bl,,3 a cheaper way
to do. it, but we depend on
the best ingredients, the most
skillful preparation, to make
our foods the finest in town

Minerva Miller
Sister Joanna in "The Cradle Song"
The discovery of the foundling out-
side the grill in a basket introduces
a breathless consternation among the
nuns, and when the Vicaress says,
"Not a change, but a beginning", she
is voicing the deep re-birth in the
lives of the sisters that this new mem-
ber of the group is to make.

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