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Z.-iTVIRDAY, DC11-M 7, i1;2t;

Published every morning except Monday ,
4uring the University year by the Board in
Control of Student Publications.
Member of Western Conference Editorial
The Associated Press is exclusively entitled
to the use for republi:ation of all news dis-
Vatches credited to it or not otherwise credited
in this paper and the local news published
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan, as; second class matter. Special rate
of postage granted by Third Assistant Post-
master General.
'Subscription by carrier, $4.00; by mail, $4.50.
QfrSees Ann Arbor Press Building, May.
ward Street.
Phones: Editorial, 4925; Business, 21214.

have been affixed to the petition
soon to be circulated, the campus OASTE R LL
can be said to have proved to the
Board of Directors that their inter- I
est in the question is sufficiently ARE YOU
sincere to warrant allowing an- GOING TO
other vote to be taken which will THE BRAWL?
not turn out to be a farce. We received a Play Production
invitatidn yesterday to attend the
IN RE CLASSIFICATION. showing of "A Kiss for Cinderella"
and we were in such a hurry tha
The registrar's office did not pre- 1 we barely glanced at the first few
sent its usual deserted appearance lines which read:
yesterday, but neither was it a The University of Michigan League
scene of the rush and confusion and
which in recent years has been
characteristic of second semester cordially invite you to their joint

Telephone 4925

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Music And Drama - inlu a al oll11mimilm
TONIGHT: Last showing in theCLAUDIA MUZ
Lydia Mendelssohn theatre begin-
ning at 8:15 of "Willecombe Fair," rima donnasoprano
the British film success, being a
e cinema version of the novel by
CLAUDIA MUZIO. -HillAuditorium
Heredity and environment have'=
both played prominent roles in TUESDAY, DEC. 10, 8:15 P. M.
bringing operatic fame to Claudia=W
. Muzio, the distinguished Italian
soprano, who will be heard in the = ..D TS I O
t Choral Union series next Tuesday. T
e She can lay claim to that glamor- OPERA AND CONCERT .
' ous thing--a complete life on the
e stage. She has actually lived on the ;. -
stage since babyhood. She was - A limited number of season tickets
born in Italy but at the age of two
her parents took her to London$2
_ $~12.00..Single tickets $1.50, $2.00,
where her father became stage Single 1 es h
r manager at Covent Garden theatre. $2.50. On sale at School of Music,
e Here she listened to the great sing- Maynard street.
ers, in rehearsal and performance.; ;
1A few years later her father came 11 111lllil ii i ti iiiifliiilili


* *

Editorial Chairman ..........George C. Tilley
City Editor .................Pierce Rosenberg
News Editor................Donald J. Kline
Sports Editor.........Edward L. Warner, Jr.;
Women's Editor..........Marjorie Follmer
Telegraph Editor......... Cassam A. Wilson
Muskc and Drama........ William J. Gorman
Literary Editor... .Lawrence R. Klein
Assistant City Editor ....Robert. J. Feldman
Editorialt Board
Night Editors
PrankE. Cooper Henry . Merry
William C. Gentry Robert L. Sloss
Charles R. Kaufman Walter W. Wilds
Guarney Williams
Ex-officio Members
Ellis T. Merry A J. Jordan
Bertram. Askwith Dorothy Magee
Helen ;Bare Lester May
Maxwell Baer David M. Nichol
Mary L. Ielymer William Page
Ienlamin 1f.P erentsotlloward H. Peckham
Allan H Berkman augh Pierce
Arthur J. Bernstei Victor Rabinowitz
S. Beach Conger John D. Reindel
Thomas iM. Cooley Jeannie Roberts
John H. Denier Joseph A. Rnssell
Helen Domiine 'Joseph Rnwitch
Margaret Eckels5 William P. Salzarnlo
Katharine Ferrin Chbarles R. Sprowl
Carl S. Forsythe S. Cadwell Swanson
Sheldon C. Fullerton Jane Thayer
Ruth Geddes Margaret Thompson
Ginevra Gin'ichard L Tohin
Jack Goldsmith Elizabeth Valentine
Morris Groverman Harold 0. Warren, Jr.
Ross Gustin Charles White
Margaret Harris G. Lionel Willens
Tavid B. -Temn-tead John E. Willoughby
L Cullen Kennedy Nathan Wise
Jean Levj Barbara Wright
Russell E. McCracken Vivian Zimit
Telephone 21214
Assistant Manager
Department Managers
advertising......-T. llollister Mabley
Advertising-............asper1I alverson
AdvertisJng.............SherWood .. Upton
Servic ........ ........George A. S pater
Circulaon ... ... .... ....I ernor Davis

Students moved easily about If that's the way they feel abou
(there was room to move about) the thing we imagine it ought to b
and quickly signed up for the quite an affair. But wait - ol
courses they had elected. There' pshaw, we didn't read far enough
i It's "joint offering." Some of thes
Semed have beome aota te-pI announcements are a bit confusing
dich hn a becme almost a tra- !We thought they had simply for
dition of classification, gotten the period after the joint.
Early classification, as a means,
of removing the get-in-what-class
you-can-attitude which harried The astonishing frankness of ou
students often assumed under the advertisers is something to writ
old system, is one of thesE thing. home about. The Oratorical asso
which are well arranged largely eiation took a lot of space on th
through their very simplicity. When last page of Thursday's Daily t
they are put into effect, one won- tell of Mr. Sothern's appearanc
ders why no one thought of them ,but they candidly added that th
before. recital would be "interspersed wit
The advantages of being able to antedote and story . . . '
consult advisers at their own lei- * * *
sure and the student's, of being Well, we heard the lecture
able to plan the next semester's and it wasn't so poisonous.
work before the rush of finial ex-
aminations, of avoiding waste of
time waiting in -line-all advan- WORD FROM ONE OF OUR



to New York where he held a sini-
e j lar position with the Metropolitan
h Opera Company; and again a life
of music was continued for the
I small Claudia. She played on the
stage among the properties and
became a favorite with the great
singers during the rehearsal pe-
riods. She tells today of how sh

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tages concomitant to the early1
classification idea-are too evident
to require exposition,.
Credit for the installation of the
system goes to the smiling gentle-
man who is constantly coming out
from his private office to the coun-
ter in the registrar's public office,
to see how the system is working.
Prof. D. L. Rich, of the department
of physics and director of classifi-
cation, deserves our commenda-
n z ctr a zr-H

Acgounts..........John R. JRose 'V, IEIW1;A JI1.
PubtYlications........George Hamilton
Columbia whose unique psychol-
Assistants ogy department recently discover-
rne M. Ba noch Marvin Kobacker ed that brunettes are actually and
Robert Crawford Thomas Muir scientifically hotter than blondes,
Harry ,B. Culver George Patterson
Thomas . Davis Charles Sanford has just undertaken another bit of
Norman Eliezer L ee -Slayton
laoe offer eeseph Van Riper highly practical research. Students'
fmes Hoffer Is 9
NJorris Johnson "obert Williamson i will be paid one dollar an hour to
Charles Kline wvill;,im R. Worboyi
Business Secretaryr--:r bChase ?drink coffee in order that its ef-
fects on personality and conscious-
Laura Codling Alic M illy ness may be accurately mapped
Agnes Dais ylva filler*mpe
lernice Glaser llelen E. Musselwhite under controlled conditions.
Hortense Gooding Eleanor Walkinshaw
porothea Waterman I The experiment nas been care-
NIGHT EDITOR-HENRY MERRY fully planned. The subjects have
----- filled out three-page questionnaries
SATJRDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1929 with regard to their rheumatism,
interest in classical poetry, sales-
manship, fainting spells, fondness
for dancing, popularity at parties,
SPONTANEOUS ACTION. diary complexes, and physical ce-
pacity for drinking coffee.
Realizing that conditions at the The result should be of the ut-

SLUETHS. used to stand before her mirror
Dear Joe: pretending that she was one of the
I know that Mr. Sothern - or
Northern (He is called "The Great" great singers and imitating the
something, and the Great North- acting of the prima donnas.
ern is my favorite railroad) -- is With remarkable tact for a stage;
eccentric. He carries along with manager, Mr. Muzio refused to let
him a French valet which answers his daughter take singing lessons.
to the name of Hubert, a creature
He realized that she had a marvel- ;
of tender sensibilities who was I
simy panic - stricken at the ous voice but was rightfully afraid
thought of living amongst college of spoiling it by pre-mature de-
students for a day. velopment. Instead, he satisfied
Mr. Sothern ordered a suite of 1 her musical yearnings by placing
rooms at the Lawyer's club for:hsi
himself and got another one for a
Hubert-away from all the noise of musical expression. Through her;
and traffic of Ann Arbor--and then j father's guidance, however, she
1 requested several stage properties was taught to observe all the de-
that taxed the ingenuity of the tails of stage setting and perform-3
Oratorical management. The chair ance of opera music. When she was
that the great actor sat in was by n
courtesy of the Women's League, fifteen, spe was se familiar with the
the cushions he sat on were by great operas that she virtually
courtesy of President Ruthven, and could have produced any one of
the three hour disseration was by them from her notebook. These -
courtesy of the audience which, at
about 11 o'clock, began to fidget notes, taken by an eager little girl,'
something fierce. {are the most cherished treasures
When I first saw that table cov- in her library today.
er-I don't know where it came When she was sixteen her father
from, but it was a gorgeous affair and mother took her back to Italy.
-I thought that at least Mr. Soth- And then she began to sing. Shei
ern was going to extract large ;studied in Turin and Milan. Her
bowls of goldfish from underneath progress was rapid and after a;
it, or perhaps take rabbits from a relatively short period of study she
hat. Didn't you? I wish he had. made her operatic debut in Milan
j .-Bobo. and later sang in Covent Garden'
* * * where as a child she had crept
Aw, you don't appreciate great about the stage floor. Her sensa-'
art, Bobo. tional successes on these stages
* * * led to her Metropolitan engage-
(Sure; I wish he had, too.) ment. She made her American de-
but in New York in 1916 as Tosca.
*It is reported that her father stood
THE FIRE COMPANY AGAIN. in the wings "Looking like an It-
Dear Joe: alian brigand about to } weep."
Anent the remarks several days Weeping with joy, of course. Fort-
back concerning the local fire de- Claudia was immediately proclaim-
partment, do you - remember the ed by the critics as "the greatest
two alarm affair of last year when Tosca .since Ternina." Since thenj
a hero knocked the glass out of a she has been associated with prac-
window in th floor above the Par- iftically all the great operas of theI
rot; and then lifted the sash before world, lately with the Chicago Civ-.
climbing in? i Opera.f

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-._ ., _ .. .s _.... ._. .,. .,-.. .., _....:. i.. .:.. 777 ,777 7 . t7

Cor. S. State and E. Washington Sts.
Min., Rev. Arthur W. Stalker, D. D.
Associate Minister, Rev. Samuel J.
.Harrison Student Director, Mr.
Ralph Johnson. Mrs. Robert Win-
ters, Advisor of Women Students.
10:30 A. M.-Wesleyan Guild Lec-
NICHOLSON of the Detroit
12:00 M.--Three Discussion Groups
led by Prof. S. F. Gingerich, Prof.
George E. Carrothers and Mr.
Ralph R. Johnson.
6:00 P. M.-Wesleyan Guild Devo-
tional Meeting.
7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship.
Rev. Samuel J. Harrison.

Huron and Division Sts.
Merle H-. Anderson, Minister
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell, Secretary for
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell, Counsellor.
for University Women.
10:45 A. M.-Morning Worship.
Sermon: "The Heart of the N. T."
12:00 N.-Student Class. Teacher:
Prof. H. Y. McClusky.

611 . Ujiversity Dial 3779
(Plase note chanige of location and
different hour of service).
7:30 P. M.--Religious Service at
chapel in Women's League. Dr.
Frank Gravin, Prof. in the General
Theological Seminary, New York
will speak.
8:30 P.M . to 10:30 P. M. "Couple"
open House.





5:30 P. M.-Social Hour for Young,
6:30 P. M.-Young Peopie's Meet-
ing. Program of Christmas music.



On East Huron, west of State
Rev. R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R. Chapman, Minister for
10:30 A. M.-Morning Worship.
Mr. Sayles will preach. Topic:
"The Measure of Greatness."
12:00 N.-Church School.
9:45 A. M.-Students' Class meets
at Guild House.
5:30 P. M.-Meet at Guild House
for Friendship Hour.,
6:30 P. M.-Devotional Meeting.
Sigurd Nepstad, '30E, will speak
on "Where Do We Need New



Radio UNITY Services
The Detroit Civic Theatre
V. P. RANDALL will speak on
Thbis isa part of the regaalar Unity Service
which begins atI1:00 A. K and which it
conducted by-
4108 Woodward Ave.
Broadcast by
W J R Detroit 11:30 a. i.
Eastern Standard Time

State and William
Allison Ray Heaps, Minister
10:45 A. M.-Morning Worship.
Sermon topic: "Magnificent Obses-
sion." A sermon based upon the
recent book by Lloyd C. Douglas,
formar pastor of this church.
5:30 P. M.-Student Fellowship.
Lecture by Prof. A. Franklin
Shull-"Pan Science."

Union are not all that might be
and that no action has been forth-1
coming from the Union itself, the.1
Student council has lent its ap- I
proval to the substitution of the
merit system for selecting Union ,
officers in place of the present

most interest to the great army of
the nation's . coffee drinkers-50,-
000,000 more or less by a conserva-
tive estimate. In this day and age
of forbidden beverages something
may turn up to forbid the manu-
facture, sale, or transportation of

method of election by the campus Anyway, we have always vaguely
wondered what happens to all the
at large. The Council will cirulate woffeew nt hasen alput-
coffee we drink. It has been a puz-
a petition which; when it has been zle why it keeps us awake when e
signed by 200 students, will be sent want to sleep, and makes us sleepy
to the Union Board of Directors for when we want to wake up. We hope
action. too that the Columbia department
For more than five years The of psychology will find out what
happens when werdrink these pat-
Daiiy has favored this change and L1,


(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)



Fourth Ave. between

Packard and

Division and Catherine Sts.
Rev. Henry Lewis, Rector
Rev. T. L. Harris, Assistant

has supported it wholeheartedly. ented mochas with the caffein re - -Snooks. In 1917 she was heard at an Ann
Heretofore, however, the initiative e*Arbor May Festival, in a Friday;
has been taken by the Union. But I 0'Reseach, what is not cor- You bet, Snooks. And we remem- evening concert, and Festival pa-
now, members of the Board, real y name ber a fire once during which the trons of that day still recall the
izing that their previous efforts j -Ifiremen threw all the china from profound impression which she
have met with scant success, are a third story window and stuggled made. She has not been heard in
not in favor of allowing another Editorial Comment and grunted, as they carried the Ann Arbor since that time owing
farcical vote to be taken on the mattresses downstairs and out the to conflict of engagements, absence
qu st om a f o t c nfitdf en a e m n s, a se c
question. front door from the country, etc.
Until Tuesday the proposed am- "MUSTN'T TOUCH-"d She is one of those rarely versa-
endment was no nearer to adoption (Sky News) Considering which we don't tile singers who can both flame in
than at the time of its original pro- The world may speed its pace in blame the victim pictured below. opera and charm in concert. Per-
posal. However, with the action of every other respect, but college:-t - ---- haps her renown as a singing act-
the Council, coming as it does from faculties, it seems, cling to their ress is due not entirely to the fact -
representatives of the-student body, archaic policy of coddling the un- that she has lived her life mostly
the amendment will undoubtedly dergraduate. ,'LL on the opera stage, but also to the
be brought before the campus pre- f We have a new instance in the - /4 ric=testimony of her audiences that
vious to the end of this semester. action of the dean of students at -Iher fine dramatic personality in-
Although the Council makes no I the University of Michigan, forbid- evitably vitalized into concert ope-
attempt to formulate the details ding the use of airplanes by stu- __ra. Anyway, she stands unique, per-
of a plan whereby the merit system dents for pleasure. So far as the ;haps with Sophie Braslau, as an
may be established, it does say that campus is concerned, airplanes are Referring aain to the new ping- operatic singer, who is consistenly
at least the president and record- placed in the same category as au- g s, successful on concert stage.
ing secretary of the Union (possib-I pong tables at the Union, we un- FoheAnArrcnersii
ing secretary of the Union (possib- tomobiles, already tabooed except derstand that if sufficient interest Fo her Ann Arbor concert she
ly other elective officers also) for special purposes. shown in the game more tables -1has, built the following program:
should be appointed on the basis: Obviously no one wants to see a will be set up. That's o.k., but how Pastorale ................ Varacini
of merit. Other minutia of the pro- group of irresponsible young men much interest will we have to show Piaceri Fanciulleschi......Mozart
posed amendment will be worked run hog wild with airplanes, 0r in order to have the name chang- I Bergerette ................... Reclij
out after the signed petition has ;with automobiles, for that matter. -ed Table tennis is a whole lot bet- Spirte put, spirate.......Donaudy
been presented to the Board. But how does the youth cease be- terii-C'Qst mon ami.........Old French
If the merit system is establish- ing irresponsible unless he has the * * * Nocturne ..................Franck
AA if wii:,11 ,vr,,k-f-nly m an ht4 nn. 1 nrtH,,-.4.,t n to n.Inr. ie. i_, ,-, *.-. ,-..rip in m An n-i ,..,


Rev. Theodore R. Schmale
9:00 A. M.-Bible School.
10:00 A. M.-Morning Worship.
Sermon: Four Great Advent
Hymns. II Benedictres or theI
song of Zacharias.
11:00 A. M.-German Service.
7:00 P. M.-Young People's League.
Washington St. at Fifth Ave.
F. C. Stellihorn, Pairor


8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion.
9:30 A. M.-Holy Communion.
(Student chapel in Harris Hall.)
9:30 A. M.-Church School. (Kin.
dergarten meets at 11 o'clock.)
11:00 A. M.-Morning Prayer; ser-
mon by Rev. Frank Gavin, D.D.
6:30 P. M.--Student Supper in
Harris Hall; speaker the Rev.
Frank Gavin, D.D.
7:45 P. M.-Evening Prayer; ad-
dress by Mr. Lewis, "The Parable
of the Pounds."


F -

409 S. Division St.

10:30 A. M.-District Prsident
William Lehman, D.D., will


the sermon.
12:00 M.--Student Bible Class.
5:30 P. M.--Student Fellowship and

10:30 A. M.-Regular Morning Serv.
ice. Sermon topic: "God the Only
Cause and Creator."
11:45 A. M.-Sunday School follow.
ing the morning service.
7:30 P. M.-Wedesday Evening
testimonial meeting.
The Reading Room, 10 and 11

(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Liberty Sts.
C. A. Braier, Pastor
9:00 A. M.--German.
10:00 A. M.--Bible School..
11:00 A. M.-English. Sermon:
"The, Second Psalm."
6:00 P. M.-Student Supper.


6:30 P. M.-Talk on "Traveling Ex-
periences" by Robert Sha~w.



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