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TH1E MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESD)AY, NOVEMBEP 25, °1925

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~MANAGING EDITOR
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C ~'VunEditorial Board...Norman R. Thai
Edt ,r........... Robert S. Mansfield
\U'Editor. ..........Manning lHouseworth
o.' Editor............ Helen S. Ramsay
i t. ditor.............. .Joseph Kruger
'1'legtalili Editor....... William Walthour
vIu:i~ and Drama...Robert B Henderson
Night Editors
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W illard B. Crosby Thomas V. Koykka
htobert T. DeVore W. Calv'in Patterson
Assistant City Editors
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Assistants

et± rude 1,. Bailey
Wi:lim T. Barbour
4hrles IBehymner
Bilamlreyer
i,'h;in C. Brooks
It. hiuckinghana
t dgar Carter
Carleton Cli anpe
Sugene H. Gutekunst
Dlouglas Doubleday
Mary Dunnigan
t <<,es T. Herald
El~izabeth S. Kennedy
Ma;rion KAubik
Wler H1. Mack
1,ouiis 1R. Markus
::llis Merry
t' ien Morrow

Margaret Parker
Stanford N. Phelps
Evelyn Pratt
Marie Reed
Simon Rosenbaum
Ruth Rosenthal
Wilton A. Simpson
Janet Sinclair
kCourtlard C. Smith
Stanley Steinkn
Clarissa Tapson
Henry Thurnau
David C. Vokes
Chandler J. Whipple
Cassam A. Wilson
Thomas C. Winter
Marguerite Zilszke

Prohibition has done a great deal
of good in Ann Arbor; to declare it to
be a failure beca use it has nor, abol-
ished drinking altogether is por ara-
soning. ,U
BOSLEADERS, NOT II RECA tOil S
For years men, eminent educators, '%Xt'e read sometig ii yester~ay
have written and preached of thle Gmrn lu's paper wich :1ilsed usj
"great transition between high school very much. It. just shows the c hild -
and college," but lttl has "ever lbeen I r lvioi o npsc( e. It si ttuk
done toward bridging this ap v ieul is .sso iparticularly fimy tI htwefI
every student must cross. wipulicly cliikkle over it before0
At Michigan, a start has bceen made. I _ku ulcth aydtis l
President Clarence Cook Little ha Iimms f h epeworead thisiI
suggested to the Board of Regogent, a ,n qulya mc i
in it as we did. If they dintw
plan for establishing closer contact(lfW
between the University and icong iiordt.1-lmt dott
students; a plan which ia coiiieilte them.
will investigate. The imortant ting ne of the beauties of running a (I-
is the fact that at last a start has I a~tent like this is that you can say
been made toward making the under Fus-t v. ht you want about aythin, no
graduate's entrance into the Univers;i-j one ever says aytig to you aout r
ty less difficult. To do this, the prob- it
lem of proper selection of studentsta Vel, that's wasting time. anywaya
must first be solved. It is this problem hIge.I hemrigppr
that the President's plan attack,. iot of you probably read thais stuff)
As outlined publicly by tie Presi-
dent on several occasions, it is im-i
portant that only the proper type ofd
student be granted admiission to the IS1'PRE1SSD I
University; it is equally important.
that only those who are qualified e
allowed to remain. It is by interv iew
that the President proposes to soIol e To I'rna
the first problem; to the second, the Shul 1Le .VDi.
same method might hei applied. TO
the man who interviews, and ti n Alt hug s soon I may le dead,
recomens astuIentfor{iiI~t(*e Don't think that I shall stay so,
to the University, Should be gven 'lntrsala imybd
much of the responsibility for itha No matter who may say so.
student's conduct in school, lit
should retain, especially thiroughout But v fy soon I'll drop around,
the frstyear, the contact he has cs- (S lofyllhbuid
To seC wat solace you'll have
tablished with a student in sofar asI
that is possible. Hils should be, in a1
position approximating that o "older And whether you have married.
* s y
broter."I will not e the usual ghost,
But, the cry arises, sonie fatculty Anton orbe aggon
Wien are not qualified to,,aid and ad-. ing,t
vise a student in any field other than Or clt c ,you, if the scares you
that in which they themselves :are ~i- most,j1
terestedi as instructor.:;. To t hat theret And lank my cuis with mnoan-
is but one answer: if a facultyr an is i jg.
not qualified to act as adlvsor t an***
undergraduate, then certainly he isj Don't look for mnc at midnight then;
lnot qualified to hold a posit~ion 1 inIthe (I'll keep much better hors), a
facult~r.And do not dread my (oming when
One real and serious objection does It thnders andl it showers.
arise. Men on the faculty, especially***
those who might qualify as interview- lut sometines, near the close of
'ers, are likely to be extremely busy. (ay,
However, a. 15 minute conference once W-hen cool it is, and dim,
a month, oor possibly tice, and a You'll stop, and give a start, and
greeting when they meet on tho (cam- { say,
pus, would undoubtedly do nmch to--I- "Wha ~cm tiko i?
ward preserving a closer -cntact h- ***
tween faculty and students This, to And when the Autumn woods are
many a studlent, would prove a spnir cold,
and an inspiration for greater cfr. So still you dare not speak,
Many_ suggestions have been mad; j rom out the leaden sy, a gold,
many of themr are not practical; but I And falling lef will brush your
at any rate, interest in the problemn is chek.
evident. This start may enable Mich- -Grif.
igan in time to be the first major in-
Shot wafter shot rang out in the clear
TILE TAXP AYER R, iEIII'liaternoon air
(The Manchester Guiard ian) "I think runig' is more proper,'
si Bunny shyly, to Chu my, his lit-
Lord Beatty has been defendin g the eromiaefmDyCi.
Admiralty with more vigour than dls-;.
creton gaint wat e cals he hat mreakes you sphinx so," re-
campo ai n sof ih at blfe l <m-tshe pliedl his !churn somewhat crossly
TIe arguienttWas cut short at thisI
conducted ''for purely poltical or per-p01 .basees1ShtficlIon
sonal reasons." Lord Beatty seems ,>to pit ya eiefsht frd on

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DRAMA
ALL lHE KNOQWS
1'111S AFETIIIINOON : 'The O "e an
fIecitai in TIM l auditorulin at 1-15
T'O VItrII I: 11i111IRogers and the de
Iie~sde Singers init 11midi orum at
8 :1. o'loeh.
SIS ILVT l, IEREP
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'M~E ORGAN RECITAL
Palmer- Christian, University organ-
ist, will offer the following Organ Re-
cital this afternoon in Hill auditorium
at 4:15a o'clock:
1"aitasie, " We lPraise Thee, 0
Lord" '...................THuber
Firast moveiment from the Sonata,
"Tile Chambered INautilus"..
......... Iumphrey St ewart
Aux Etoiles...........)upai-c
Rondo Capricc~io).. ,..........ILemare
Sonata V.................. Guihunant
Adagio
Chomral and Fujgue"'
Scherzo..................... Rogers
The Swan .............. Saint-Sacs
Amneri(can Rhapsody on National
Airs ..... ................. Yon
I N 'T'I! E;1N E SPA Pi I-
Bar're Hiill, a pupil of Theodore
Harrison, leadiiig baritone of "Tam-
bourine," the two succeeding Union
Operas andl the (lcc Club, was oloist
with the Symphoniy omchest ra of thle
C'apitol Ithater in D etroit last Sunday
('harlotte rrPrnsey of the DIetroit
Free Press wiole the following critic
(isini of his w-ok
"Farme 11111was lhcarodto adantage
in the Welllknownn 'Put' from Ver-
di's 'Mlasked Pll,' althoughi his style
inl handling the selection was more
iyric than dralnat ic. is voice is onej
of remarkably g-obd quality, of un-
usally high range antI his tone pro-
d'uct ion has the ease and inish which
indicates excellent training. A pupilC
of The.odore I larrison in Ann Arbor,
mainy of tile audience were familiar
with his intelligent interpretations
through appearances as soloist with
the U'niversit y oft kicigan 01cee Club
and the Michigan Union Opera.''
'PIlS AMAVI2NG C(OMIIA-
li()MBAST1o FURIOSOI
In spite of Robert Ransay's excel-
lent review\ of "Saint .loan,'' the day
has passed -wth bust les and petticoats
whe'n ou(e criticizes Shaw for his flip-
p ancy, for his "love of horse play,'
hi; "scathing satire." Jist >as Shake-
slpeat'e inseits al maneir of slapstick
burlesque, rangigfrom the ost 1ri-
liant 'wit, in English literalnr- to its
stupidest bulns, so Shaw tinges even
Ilk' imost he(roic eroines with man-
nereo law~~s ; as Shakespeareo in his
age turned on ever'y hand to puriely
extraneous lyric soliloquies, so Shawv
inserts at heis pleasuire the fantastic
interlude 0of'"lNla a and Supemman' and
thle in suat ing Inquisitor- of ''Saint
Joa ."
It is the privilege of artists to break
lb cii' o oven ition al moulds cs readily
as they abide by themr. Shiaw is1
privileged to write incomparably dra-
mai ragedy with ont' hand, and re-
yei ,a his sentimnt Witli the farce of{

the ot h i; And it' be lakles the Joan
of' tie Chur'ch and il es of her little
more t lbant an ext raordinary penet rat-
ing T( Iani, hltiuanizsanld glori-
*is, lv'r 11l't y, rdon)in aone'? brenthI. If
he c. I i(,'/tm os our loyalties in a
Strmonibaergor ' Id a Wa rrick, lie is no.
more than following the path of "the
ElTizabethan IEnglishman in LautnceE
amd .Jaimes I (of Scotlandl in Bottomn,
thel Weatver. Shaw's iilmudent venloml,
lil-': Shmakespeam-c's, mnust soft en with
the( generationms.**
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'V EDNESDAY,_ NOVEMBER 25, 1925
Night Editor--SMITH H. CADY, JTR.1

"It is one thing to frame a law
and quite another thing to operate
under it," said Senator Moses,
New 1Twj)§i4r'e, before: the Amier-'
'icm in:Institute of Steel Construie
tiozn ~It White Sulphur Springs,
V,' Va. H-e cited, as a concrete
o~Tuletaxn legislation of such a
natul'e.that, an expert has to be
sent frtomi-he~ Treasury to the
k.apitol to help senators and 'rep-
rcsentativ'es prepare their income
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If economy means anything
to you at all you'll e nj oy
Arcade foods, for they're
t~zlowest priced in town.
Finest too, patrons tell us.

D-TCHEASE OR D)ECREASE
Drunkenness was as prevalent it
1924 as in 1914, according to figure:
compiled by the Moderation league o7
America, based on surveys of police
epa)rtment arrests in all cities of
ec than 5,000 population. At the
:nm time, Dr. Ernest H. Cherrington.
general secretary of the World
League Against Alcoholism, declares
that such figures mean nothing, duo
to the change in enforcement stand-
ards wrought by the Volstead act.
It seems that figures can lie, aftern
alfor it is quite obvious that where-
ithe pre-Volstead days, a man
vowas drunk was not arrested un-
1-s.11s conduct was disorderly, he is
i~'vArrested simply for being intoxi-
(itdor for selling or even giving
awyalcoholic beverage. Conditions
1 .::, vary in different sections of the
c,: tntm'y, but1 it is incontrovertibly
t.'ue tha t Ann Arbor and the Universi-
ty ve re much "dryer" in 1924 than
thyvere in 1914. The condition is
sllfar from being "bone dry," and
igtwell be improved, particularly
by a change of the lax attitude of the
t;ub'l c on the liquor question, but it
i-3 a great improvement over the old
(Jaysr[, -when a Michigan footbl~al victory
as cehb'aed in numerous ways that
wer hadlynoticeable Saturday
Thle _Mode ration league, which in-
eludes on .'s roster such names as
J ?ih Ioot, Rerniit Roosevelt, P't. Rev.
Chale Fikand Newcombi Carlton,
15oposu to bone dr'y prohiibition,
xand its survey of time situation is from
a pa.~rian standpoint. The fact that
mo,_re arrests for drunkenness were
made in 1924 than in 1914 does not
5rovet hat there wer-c not more peo-
pl' w zho could have been arrested than

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e'be sore because thle Admra:1lty, wli ieh I I AmOkip*there~"cidCum
,f recently succeeded in forcing upon the sddely
e Government amid Parliament a p)r0- Bnyloe p uti iet
I, gramme of naval buiidin:, W1,101 wiltla l ih fteirttme oos
cost £58,000,000 within tihe next few ICacsihofteirtheewd.
s years, has found talce hunmble taxilayci'I
ea little sceptical about the vail e of his 'I~' mio 'uuyectdy
share in the bar'gain. Imel(, r il ~~ia Bangk,! red bpn xitdy
man knows that1,58,000,000 is a jot (of I "t(r ostota.
r oe-agoCd(ldea" I"tha goe thes 0r in.'
moe-ai- I LIt he Chunmmy was right . A 'pfi'
stance, than the Governm ent sed f m-m-i lc ii55\a u
Ieach year on education or o nmI -nng aI Lt he t a c tross thee dilagomnal1. Ai
the Post Office,-bhut hie tuisstne('- I
I solita:ry driver was, at thme ljaumu.i'
ficulty in grasping what !Loit._h i ytt '
is giving him in return. euity ewr pol m Ilewgn.Ilig
F, tim diort initheir eyes...
is willing to ipay for.,itiut 1,is8ht Tli'Si x Ss~mey 'gse
Ysistent notion, whiichl Lor(JLa {mm> r' ik h hdmdvr nl
('all "amamteur'ish,' ibm lie Pld oo oes kiee by out' of the horses anti
rdeal for it in the Great. Wai' and in Im'ws1>iregg 1inlg to r ='.;a ii his breath.
stinking of thme only feeot u -i men- ' fiat are they doming?' aslked Bun-
i aced us. But a Iparetl: 1.e is not toiyiovdbtiesg.
open hils mouth, exce(pt to) swillmv i iitintiig," rehplied FmedI simply .
gratefully what Lordol eat ty cdmoo0 SeIBt osh'ttii ysfsee
totl drop in. Anything ebyswfysoene
to dop i. 1inytling y wa , 111)01ipo the driver who seemedl to bear3
monstr-ance is rebuked wit igibe:.,ttp well tinder thle punshmnt.
his m at uris nes an Ia 'k If iii"O il' h look!'' cried ('I u in y ;suddenly
mation. Evenii bis patriotis (<Jus'e fletung hi~s compaiioii's amin. "Those
iLodBtt's eyes. One wotilcd h, te thme Sphinxites with the red
have thought I hat the A dnmimahi> 1 tls'
might have been coIN tnt ith eit Jiny lolked clIosely and sure
haridsonmo vi(ct ory o,,-(,' C I m i noethowere alie Sphinxmites.
and I : ('~il030istsin ho ( ve ue ' ey ;seemeiid to be excited. All waved
I not to imentPion the '^limmiss w' I lmv,
hong ednpaddles.
of Cmmon. Bt, i1)P~~ml Lv he t Sudenly they began to paddle
payer is expmectedl to bwnmis e- lsea 'y
erently beforeo its decisionas. isfal,--lioph trembling forms on the
tion is to pay, nort to (li('t iou 1( wgn it seemed as if they would I
I wisdlomof his bttL's orohe::I inv ia t
wants his mneuy, but he wnts aIf l:>a. r0t'''1,heywill inever make it," shouted
cheerful giver. Most people, how- (lrmyectdy
ever, do not grow moree, ef- orI"Oh, tihey'll mlalt e it all right,'' said
being lectured at. Anid in any case it -Iul ikn hrug i er ao
is Lord Bcatty's b snes to tt'7 m m ___ " _Irl--. - r...,,.,_ --.

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