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THE MICHIGAN

DAI LY

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1929

Published every morning except Monday,1
during thie University year by the Board in
Control of Student ItrsLlicatious.I
Member of Western Conference Editorial
Association.
The Associated Press is exclusively entitled
to the lase for republi' ation of all news dis-I
patehes credited to it or not otherwise credited
tin this paper and the local news publishied
herein.
Entered at the posto..cc at Ann Arbor,
Michigan,. as second class matter. Special rate
of postage granted by Third Assistant Post-
toaster General.
Subscription by carrier, $4.00; by mail, $4.50.
Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building, May-
nard Street.
Phones: Editorial, 4425; Business, 21214.
EDITORIAL STAFF
Telephone 4925
MANAGING EDITOR
ELLIS B. MERRY
Editor.................... George C. Tilley
City Editor ............... Pierce Rosenberg
News Editor..........George E. Simions
Sports Edit ......... Edw ard 1.. Warner, Jr.
Womett's Editor...........M arjorie Follmer
l elegraph I' ito ......... C asant A. Wilson
kit ,. and f )anta ........W illiam~ J. Gormian
Literary Eito .....Lawrence R. KWin
Assi:,taut City Edtor...... Rvbet t J. Feldnian
Night Editors
Frank E. Cooper I letiry J. Merry
WVilliam C. Gentry Robert L Sloss
Charles R. Kaufman ""alter W. Wilds
Reporters
Bertram Askwith lxVster Ml ay
Helen Bare David M. Nichol
M4'axwell Blauer Williami Page
M~ary L. Behymer IIowai-d Et. Peckhanr
11,"Ia ~ IerFitso)H ii f Iierce
Allan 11. Berkmian Victur Rabinow~itz
S. Beach Conger john 1). Reinidel
Thomas 11:. Coolcy jeauiiic Roberts
John H. Denier Josepli A. R~ussell
.ttelen iVonriuctoseph Ruwitcli
Margaret Eckels 'William 1. Salzarulo
Katharine Fcrrin Charles RI. Sprowl
Carl S. Forsy the ;. Cadwell Swanson
Shieldon C. tullerton 'Ne Thayer
Ruth Geddes Nag fret 1I bompson
Ginevra Ginni, Piehard ,. ITbini
jack (oldsontl, El izabth cii Xiintiute
Morris Groveruian I larold UC) . arr, Jr.
Ross Gustin (Charles Whilte
Margaret Hlarris G. Liouel N~iilents
J iavitJ X1. ii ei'imstad Kola" K W illoughby
j .Cullen Kennedy \an is
dean Levy fttrbara Wr~ight
kussell E. McCracken Vivian 7&nnnt
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[of reasonableness and unreasona-
bleness. If the city council does
not take the matter in hand, a stu-
dent boycott should by the order of
the day.
THE GOVERNOR REFUSES <
Governor Green has taken the
6ccasion to make public a tele-
gram he recently sent to his Wash-
ington colleague, Senator Arthurf
Vandenberg. It isn't as though a{

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soitn Theatre be inning iat 8:15 o'-
clock, Emil Jannings in "'1a rtu ffe,"r
one of the pre-Anitrica pictures on1
which Jainugs' repuitation is based.
THE J1ARltRU t ENSEiLE
Reviewed by H" zth ed ; h arats
First let it be said th~at Am, A b{}r
is to be complimentedl: The Dig-
lishi Singers and the~ present cn-
semble with:in a week of c"""")
other; although it does not rfollow

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er the news. The governor delib- grounded our ambitions to be fliers 1
erately let the public know that if legally, we suppose we shall have
appointed to the vacant portfolio of1 to be bootlegging air rides, just asj
war he would have to refuse the
honor. "It would not be fair to thi~~ed uords
people who elected me to desert *
them at this time." What fidelity! i Of course, that means that
In the analysis this looks more; the adnistration will spon
like Governor Green's idea of a haeteirpicouinfc.
clever maneuver than a sincere haela irpicouinfc.
statement. Mr. Green is facing an-, Bu that's all right, it's a good
other election soon: either re-elec-' wvy to spend taxc,.
tion to his gubernatorial post or 1*
possibly a Washington senatorship.
Such being the case, he seems to, According to the letter of thej
have thought it good politics to ban, no student in residence may
grease the skids with a little bally-, own or' operate a motor driven ve-;
ioo about his general reliabilityC hile. If the administration wants
and outstanding service to the,
state. Incidentally it looks well to' to continue its policy of liberal con-
be on familiar term~s with thae Pres- struction of :he ban, we can offerj
Ident and prominently mentioned a lot of suggestions. In, the first
for such high posts as those in the' place, electric trains, toy airships,
cabnet Ofcouse n a ntb clockwork automobiles, etc, are ille-

that Barr ere and his ccm pany are
comparable to the English "croup :
simply they are both desirable. But
'while one has 'becn boy n into it
tradition anid ,.hws it, as tU ; 2
jhiomie- gm to, the other miust b'FT
!with its gusto and lookp r a tra-
d cition. When it finds one it eannot
help being a little patronizing.
There was a Serenade by Mozatrt.,
a little Irish Suite by Swan 11-rucs-
,Sey. aa Quintet by Franz Dni
Kleine Kanimermusik by Paul 1Thi-
clemith and a Miniature Suite by
Poldowsky. Everything but the last
was worth hiearing.. It Sounded
(after the divergent voices of Mo-
zart and H-indemith) like the at-!
tempt of a diplomatic host to reconi-
cile irreconciliable guests -- with
something luke wvarm : Mir. Barrere
becomes the host and we are the
guests and we don't like it. It

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BUSINESS MANAGER
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Assistant Manager
ALEX K. SCHERER
Department Managers
Advertising .............., Ilollister Mabley
Advertising...........Ksper ,II.lilalvcrson
Advertising ....4.". rermxotl A. lIpton
Service ... ....... Ge....~orge A. Slatcr
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so prominently mentionedct, still
it looks well.
Governor Green should ,learn,
however, that to be prominently
mentioned' at all profitably, one
should not do most of the mention-
ing himself. The suggestion should
gradually creep upon the voters
first as whispers, then as rumors,
then as the confidential opinions of
men high up. and on thec inside.
Then the refusal of the honor
should first be broadcast by wise
old heads awfully praising the self-
denial of a great citi'zen and pa-
triot.
Suddenly to mention oneself
prominently for a high honor and
refuse it in the same breath is too
patent. Perhaps the Governor, with
becoming modesty, wanted to quash
at the outset any silly talk about
his appointment to the cabinet.
Perhaps he wanted to tell the na-
tion that he didn't think he was
ythe right many. Perhaps.
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gal if operated by students, for cer-
taiznly thecy are motor-driven ve-
hicles.
Then, if you want to carry
the. argument to its logical con-
elusion, carts, kiddie-cars, Irish
Mares, pedalled automobi es,
aind bie'veles are barred1. not to

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mention canoes, row-boats, and
scooters. According to liberal
definitions of a motor (and thejt
administration deals in liberal
intAerpretations), the human
body can be classirted as a mio-
tor when used to propel aniy of l
the above vehicles.j
If that, is the case, the student!].
is aiso barred from the campus, forr
when he uses himself to walk while
carrying books or clothes or any-
thing, he-assuming hie is owner
of himself-is owning and operat-
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Normnan Eliezwt I cc Ski' a~ton __________________________________
James lHoffer I s' ll D n ~iffer
orris Johnscn lIdett'" illianisun I Or, if the sudent does re-
ChleFxr.,. ., it ri, ',~ys EditorialCo m n
Blusiness Seer etary-Mary (;base n...o'unn on the campus, he cannotI
1 ""-a -~d1 -~~ ~walk or run except for business
Agns avi41.l4ia 1yle PROFESSORS AND 1905 SALARIES I purposes, because every time be
Bernice Glase"r Helen E. 1\isst-lwitewakfrplauehis vo
liortense Goodiug Eleanor Walkinshaw (The Daily Northw'esternh)ak o lesr ei
I,,t,ia 'atrrttiati "It is men and nothing but mnen aigtealicuie"uo
Night Editor-ROBERT L. SLOSS that make education. That cannot mbl"bn
-- - --- jbe too often repeated. . . We must
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 19290 husband our resKii .irces to spendI If walking and running. on the
- them on first rate men for first ;part of the student constitutes a
rate work. We must compete with violation of the barn, then the ath-th ui es w rd f r t e b~t'ltct a swl aet eds a d
W{?H4T IS A TAXI RIDE WORTH? nen."' ed--unless we acknowledge the
I fthese were the only pithy Carnlegie report to be true and can ,
Somehin ha agan gne wrywords that were spoken by Robert; call athletics a business.
in the local taxicab situation. M. Hutchins when lie was inducted 1
Rates over the week end have pinto the presidency of the Univ er-
shown a sky-rocketing tendency sity of Chicago, Tuesday, his inau-' Of course, instead of dso- _
that leaves the hard-riding element gural address and the day would itinuinag classes altogether ebe-
of the student body in a state of have been a success. They are tr~ue cause the students aren't allow-
,fnancial collapse, aggrievelnent, words, they are forceful, they arei ed to attend them, we can
and wonder. From "M1Vonday to almost epigramnatic~ connected withI adopt the proxy system and
Thursday the purveyors of trans- the remainder of the- speech they ;hire people to attend classes for
portation build good will by non'in- show faithful consideration, o s js a e ie aisista
al~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ fesadn-hrefretagveviet huhsta ae of driving our own cars. Any-
afesadnchrefretagvvoctot ogistahae}passengers. Then? suddenly as Ann been silenced too longi thing not to givc up classes.
Arbor turns social and the demand Busine..s is eating tremi-ndous ini-*
for cabs overtakes supply, suchI roads into. the heart of the teach- According to assistaiit-to-the-
amenities as "five-f or-the-price-of- ing profession. Thie best men areI dean Rea, in charge of the new
one" and " 35-cents-anywhere-iii- being recruited and have been re- I. air sqluadrzona, the ma~ain~ reason for
the-city" vanish with a suddenness cruited for years from the graduat- banning plane~s was to protect stu-
that is both breath-taking .. - I inga classes, but what are the ui- 1 deist life and to prevent crashes.
heart-breaking. The fare-paying versities--centers of thought-do- Of course, ie aeaueet
sex, moreover, has to pay what is ing to counteract this flow in the( like the use of gliders, which have
asked and like it: with a girl In opposite direction? What is North- n oo otoaealrgtsm
the offing he is precluded even the 1 estern dointg tobia efficient, fply bccausc they haven't motors.
relief of a rguimw' with the driver on learned men, acquainted with moud- They're more dlangerous to handle,
-anywhere near eqtual terms. eri teaching methods, to North-; but there is a pallor of sin about
It, should be possible to estimater werkterni? What are thae majority a moitor.
roughily in advance the probab'le of the unaiversities-doing?; to attract - _______-
cost of the ride contemplated. Tis~i and hold good teaichers besides W4hait ia lucky thing for aviation
is the ba:is on wvhich practically 1 keeping them a way by inacrecasinig ta ideghwn oWs
every business trainsaction in the; classes? latLnbrh etto1is
world except one with a local taxi President Hutchins d.eclares that consin to go to school.
is concluded. But this is manifest- professorial salaries at the tUniver -___________________
ly impossible when one driver takes sity of Chicago must be increased.'y
the square root of his speedometer According to newspaper estina.-
and multiplies by a convenient!. tions, hie is a man. whose action isj It w'ould seem that it was vin-f
number, another approximately (suited to the word. "He is 'a man ,possible for a student to go wrong
cubes what he thinks his passenger who thinks all he says, but doesn't Iin hsUiest.We o n
would pay if he we 'en't in a hurry,' say all he thinks." one commentor{ ter as a freshman you fill out a;
and a third estimates a cent a mile I has suggested. This moamns that ;ee-aepmhe nwrn
to the nearest star lc&s the distance Chicago, which rates as the fore-! lot of-pesonlqetinswerbout
ltactually travelled. most university of research and cc-vorers oun aqesntsaloatr
Ldst year thme city council preom- perinirentatioi in the country, willruselyrpantndyr
graldpasrents. Then you aresmug-
ised an investigation of the rates for-ge still furthecr ahieod. 'Yet ourt e"i uhte aefsina
being charged and an approximate classes grow mnore numlerouls with for a rogues' gallery. only they
correlation with the city ordinance each year and prevent the neces- don't cut your hair. Next you must
which provides that cabs with mae-I sary increase in professorial salar-; carry a card proving that you are}
tern shall charge thereby, and that I zs
a student so you can attend classes
cabs without meters shill charge; Early this year a committee of or get a book out of the library.E
35 cents anywhere in the city. TheE the Yale faculty issued a report on You cain't have an automobile, butI
police departmnent was instructed to "Incomes and Living Costs of a yo a aeagldr o a'
enforce this ordinance in accord- University Faculty." The conclu- hv mtroabt o anhv
ancee with the penalties stipulated. 1 ion of the study was that $15,000 a ao;yu a' rveacrt
It should be said that the situationI to$16,000 was the salary required by schonl on a .tormv v. bv ut. vt'1I

would be much better to have a
good fight-or did Mr. Barrere want
to leave. a pleasant impression? He
didn't. The Mozart was very Mo-
zartian and the Irish Suite rather
Scotch with much suggestion et
bag-pipes but then it may have
been both-as if it mlatters. The
third .movement, Sagairt Tar To-
rach, was slow and very affecting.
It is sad that we do not have the
chance to ,bear this (and many
other works similarly neglected) in-
stead of, shall I -say the Caesar
Franck Symphony (and many other
works similarly overplayed) . One
can only say of' this suite that it
sounded ver-y promisingan strong-
ly mecrited rehearing. One perfor-
mance is like a swift 'glance at a
picture. .One doesn't look at pic-
tures that way--and most certain-
ly one doesn't listen to music that
way-or shouldn't. There should
be local people (may I suggest the
School of Music) who are ready to
play tnese things for us again or,
even better, before. thoe concert.
Such effort would be entirelyt
praiseworthy as much of the effort
in turning out mecdioec soloists is
not.
1Very much the same is to be said
for the Quintet by Franz Danzi. It
is very much in the Italian vi-
tuoso tradition: attitudes of robust
strength and defiance aound, ex-
trovertedjoy in display of poer,
grace tier than reflection in tie{
slow movements. It is the -work qtj
a fine and sensitive mlusician. I
did not sulffer at all. by comparisonI
with the 'Mozart on the samnc prov-
gram:: music needs its Eliot to re-
store these older write's who seem
to have been so ca:ually nglek"d
I did not find the architectural
qualities in the Hindemith music
which appear sio clearly to Mr.:
Rosenifeldi. 'There was mnuchh iupu1 -
sive rhythmn strongly reminiscent of
Stravinsky's Sacre du Printemips I
but much inferior to it both in va-
riety:and organiz tion. - This in usc
is the hysterical shrieking of ,,, is
orientated soul: structure would b
incongruous here; as welfindc it in;
the bellowing of a lion; soch vital
roaring is nevertheless ;aiable
and far more alluing a'ndU
promising than the acadealk
squeaking of a (ertait MaX fTcer
recently described in programn notes
jhere as the greatest uitrapuntalist
since Bach. Traditionalism and
classicism are exceedingly danger-'
ous doctrines wh~ihqickely beome
the cry of sterility. When a pma'
goes out to cultivate the old we
may well be doubtful of the reult.
Illis capacity to assinmilate Ithe ex-
perience of the past withlo I, beng
bowled over b1y it is a m(,a !'- ol
Ihis ability; and so while nmany cm iu
express themselves, few Cazn x-
press much more. I think it is bet-
ter to linmit one's self to what one!
can bear: 'T. S. Eliot's example and
doctrines will ruin more than one
good minor poet. It would be in-
teresting, in the light of all this.
to hear some of Hindemtith's later
works which revert to the ler
forms.

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