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ZATU DAY, r fir" '. r-MAI Y 42°, : 192

rri~ Z~AT13?DAY, 'T~t~d7ARY 2~, t~2~


ance of political intrigue in the
past, and nothing but insistence
pubished every morning except Monday that they maintain this avoidance
during the University year by the Board in tu
Control of Student Pnublicattms, in the future. /r!


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Sherwood Upton
Marie Wellstead

OUR , TONIGHT: Comedy Club presents
PRAISE WHERE IT IS DUE DWINDLING "Take My Advice" by Elliott Les-
Destructive goings on at the Ui-FACULTY ter, in Mimes Theatre, beginning:
versity have lately so monopolized at 9:00 o'clock.
Ann Arbor-dated press dispatches What with Dean Bursley going to
that we turn with a distinct im- Europe and five professors re-'THE SHORT STORY CONTEST
pression of refreshment to the , signing and all, why it won't be The Inlander, campus literary
news that Professor Hobbs will re- long before classes here will neces- magazine, has made announce-
sume his perennial peregrinations sarily merge into one comprehen- ment of a short story contest which
to the Northland this summer. It sive lecture, which will be given will open next Tuesday, and run for
seems peculiarly fitting that he by the new president, if any. three weeks, the concluding date!
should again inject his initiative * * * = being March 19. Although com-
and vigor into the perpetuation And speaking of presidents re- plete plans for the contest have
of the University weather station minds us that we haven't yet made not as yet been formulated, it is
on Mt. Evans. public our plan for keeping the understood that the staff are mak-;
For three years Professor flobbr University supplied with presi- ing arrangements which will make
has conducted an invaluable piee dents. It's really very simple. The the contest considerably more
of meteorological research on the idea is to elect ten seniors each elaborate and interesting than any
inhospitable shores of Greenland. year and inaugurate each one of one held previous to it.
He has established his theory of them for a one month term as The possibilities presented by
the glacial anticyclone, and has president. This would take care such competitive writing are in-
proved against widespread doubt { of nine of them;-the tenth could deed great. During the past year,
his scientific deduction that the be held in reserve in case of break- an increasing interest has been
anticyclone set in motion by the age or other unforeseen circum- shown in creative work on the:
Greenland ice-cap affects weather stance. campus. The most important
conditions over the entire North r s k manifestation to date has been the
Atlantic. = Of course this well be lookedI one act play contest which met
Attention needs hardly to be upon as asinine by those with no with considerable success. Now, the
called to the importance of this vision, and a great deal of con- announcement of the Inlander
discovery which will make possible tumely will undoubtedly descend opens up a new field and offers en-!
in the future a two-day advance upon us for even suggesting the couragement to those interested in
prediction of major storms over the idea, but just think what variety a different type of writing. e'
steamship and airship lanes be- this plan would provide. We'd have . One of the chief advantages of'I
tween America and Europe. Such new policies, new bans, new sys- a contest such as the one which
prediction will result in an impor- tems of red tape, and new proj- the Inlander is sponsoring is that
tant saving of life and property. ects every month to keep the stu- 'it is unrestrictive save as to the
To round out this crowning dents and townspeople. oni edge. quality of the work The impor-
achievement Professor Hobbs is Think it over. 'tance of this is that the authors
seeking to interest some interna- * *will not be tied down to any defi-
tional organization in staffing and Anyway, we told you it was nite type of writing, and will be
operating the Mt. Evans station. simple. (Note to AP and .for- free to experiment with different
Hale and active at 64, he will carry eign correspondents: This plan modes of expression which is a
it on personally until he has pro- is confidential.)- I thing impossible for the writer to:
vided for its perpetuation. This * * * do if he is attempting to succeed
aggressive, typically Hobbian vital- NEW TYPE FISH IS DISCOVER- 'in a definite field. Writers will, by'
ity compels admiration; it can- ED HERE, says a headline in yes- this fact, be able to attempt hand-
not but succeed in creating in far- I terday's Daily. ling material which would be diffi-
off Greenland a noble monument * * cult where they are restricted by
to the University and scientific, We thought every possible j specific requirements, and yet the
genius.-i type of fish was here already. competitive clement will not not'
0 * * *be lacking.!
' WISE MR. BORAH But all kidding pushed in the Although the old motto of "Art
Senator William E. Borah, of corner, it seems that a pumpkin for art's sake," is probably very:
Idaho, told President-elect Hoover seed fish was crossed with a sun beautiful and all of that, the In-
that he would rather remain in fish, thus creating this new type. lander has rather wisely not stop-
his capacity of unattached critic But now that they've got it what ped at it in its plans for making
of the Senate than to accept the are they going to do with it? the contest a success. It is, under-
proffered post of attorney general * * stood that arrangements are being!
in the Hoover cabinet. Of the fact If they'd look around for a made for the awarding of two
I that Mr. Borah's decision is wise pastry fish and cross that with prizes of sufficient attraction to
- there is no doubt. His decision is' the pumpkin seed fish then make them an inducement to
far wiser than the reasons he give, we'd really have something. those able to write to enter.
which are to the effect that he * * * A further inducement will of
would be of more service to his - Those who are supposed to know course be the publication of the
country and to his party as a lead- 'claim that deaf and dumb people winning stories in the Inlander.
er of the senate than administrator make the best auto drivers. According to present plans, the
of justice under the next Republi- * winning first prize will be printed
can regime. What does that make us? in an issue which will be out
That, of course, is reason enough * * * shortly after the conclusion of they
I and a very good reason. But Mr. Cora, the co-ed (not the Cora; 'competition. Winner of the sec-
'Borah, smart politician and crafty oh my no) claims that besides all ond prize, andi possibly other of
thinker that he is, knows far more the other hardships an air mail the stories entered in the contestj
deep-seated reasons. He knows pilot faces he can't even amuse will be printed in later issues of
that under the Hoover administra- himself by reading the postcards. the magazine.
tion the office of attorney general * **It is to be hoped that the In-
must direct -the crusade that in- We might as well admit at this lander 'contest will prove a suc-
tends to enforce the dry laws. And point that we have a bad cold and cess as it is a step in the attempt,
while the zealous senator from don't feel like writing anything to arouse interest on the campus
Idaho is leader of the dry faction except letters home : for checks., in literary production of wvorth.
in Congress and the hope of the And of course while we were rest- Judges for the contest, of which
drys nation wide for the alleviation ing quietly at home thi after- there are to be three, have not
ofwhat -is becoming an almost em- noon thinking about George Wash- been selected as yet.
barrassing condition, he knows full ington, Lark called up and said P. L. A.
well that in accepting the alluring he was leaving town and would . * *
office of attorney general he auto- we write Rolls? NOTES
matically slips a gag between his * *At 4:15 o'clock, Sunday after-
teeth and silences himself in con- What's the story, Lark? Are !noon, in Hill auditorium, the Uni-
nection with issues far more inter- the Old Gold people after you?,Q versity Symphony Orchestra will
esting and vital to Mr. Borah than l give a concert, Pierson Lockwood
the enforcement of prohibition. He (Personal note to the Folks at conducting. Selections from the
knows that, as the director of pro- Home: Did you get that crack works of Mendelssohn, ""Mozart,
knos thant, ashdiretor of p- above about writing home for Bendel, Saint-Saens, de Falla, and
hibition enforcement, he must be ,d al n
the butt of innumerable criticisms checks? P. S. The Christmas ga- Liszt will be played. Albert Lock-'
which will not aid his prestige or loshes are great this weather. Love wood, pianist, and Nicholas Fal-
political prowess. Mr. Borah has and kisses.) cone, clarinetist, will assist on the

no wish to sacrifice himself on the., program.
altar of law enforcement and po- Of course it's none of our busi-
liticial appwinfmemtp ness, but what has the Inlander Matinee Musical study group will!
The veteran statesman can to do with Music and Drama? We meet Monday evening, February
hardly be held to blame for his c realize that every time an issue 25, at 8:00 o'clock at the home of:
acumen. He is rather to be con- comes out it's a dramatic moment Mrs. Rene Talamon. The program
gratulated. Surely Senator Borah on the campus, and the book is which will be given will include:
with his unbridled and sometimes full of bum notes and all that, but Mozart Sonata Number 12, Schu-
fiery tirades in the senate, often still. Well, read the column east mann Sonata in A minor, and
waking that worthy body from theof here and then do your duty. Greig Sonata in F minor for violin
doldrums of innocuous desuetude, ( and piano. A number of Schu-
The Stamp Club will meet 'to-' ,
strikes a figure much closer to his .t he D.p0. B., and vi- mann's songs will also be sung, and
temperament than he would as at- nght, says the D. O. B., and vis- a discussion on harmonic develop-
torney general Borah, smothered itors and collectors are invited.-ment by Otto Stahl is also included
and formalized in the Hoover on the program. All members of
Scabinet. .We were] going to that meet- the Matinee Musicale are invited
_in g, but that word collectors to attend.
A CLOUT THAT DIDN'T LAND scared us away. t * *

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Lest a mistaken notion get
further abroad that the Regents
are influenced by politics, or that
The Daily believes they are so in-
fluenced, it is evidently necessary
to reaffirm here the vital impor-
tance of preserving the tradition
built barrier which separates con-
trol of the University from all em-
broilment in Michigan's political
The Daily has consistently at-
tacked Governor Green's efforts to
make this University a source of
political patronage, and at no time
has it intimated that the Regents
are gubernatorial) tools. Anent the
governor's proposal that all state-
supported schools be placed under
a single governing board (which
Republican machinists c o ul d
pack), The Daily has called atten-
tion on several occasions to the
bitterness and lack of effective ad-
ministration at Michigan State
college which followed that insti-
tution's projection into the politi-
cal arena.
When the governor, with a bald
political motive, recently presumed
to dictate the choice of President
Little successor, The Daily was
prompt to resent this intrusion of
patronage into a matter reserved
by wisdom, tradition, and the state
constitution to our Board of Re-
The virtue of keeping politics and
the University forever separate is
fundamental, obvious, abecedarian.
Where the shaping of educational
politics demands men of the ut-
most judgment, sobriety, tnd cath-
olicity, there is no room for the
noisy, partisan demagogues who
force voters into line and win for
themselves political office. When
the presidency and the regencies
of the University become salaried
sinecures for friends of the Lansing
hegemony, Michigan can wave a
fond farewell to her hope of edu-
cational preeminence.
The future of the University
must be jealously guarded against
any move, however insignificant, to
make politics cut a figure on the
local campus. A case in point is
yesterday's Democratic nomination
for regent of Horatio J. Abbott, an
able man but a political campaign-i

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the first two are taken from Toast-

We're going to have a meeting Israel Zangwills ar An"i
of collectors at our house soon and edy-drama, "Merely Mary Ann," is I
talk to them as man to man. We'll tontiic Te at whe it i
talk stamps, too. Those stamps on troit Civic Theatre where it i
our heck tha sayN. S F. achieving popularity by its con-
our checks that say N. S.Ftrast to the run of comedies on
There may be no sx and crooks which have been
Thr mybenMolls columnse n crowding the ok hc theatres of v late. A
tomorrow so you'd better save this rasAGogte Thersess he vas.
oneandrea itagan. ayb itllpast George Tyler success, he .was}I
one and read it again. Maybe it'll considering reviving it himself this
*ireih * year in New York. A diversion
And that's all. Stop reading. from "Merely Mary Ann" next
*tta So e n week will be three performances,
G UMLEY of Barrie's "What Every Woman
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