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- SUNDAY, APPflt i!'i7~

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Editorial Chairman..........George C. Tilley
City Editor ................. Pierce Rosenberg
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Women's Editor ............ Marjorit, Follmer
Telegraph "Editor.........Cassa A. Wilson
Music and 1)rarma....... William J. Gorman
Literary Editor........Lawrence R. Klein
Assistant. City Editor.... Robert J. Feldman
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Night Editor-ROBERT L. SLOSS

tical" is a corruption of its original
good sense of wise, sagacious, pru-
dent, or discreet.





Music And Drama


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Want Ads


Tinted bread suggests the!
thought that the staff of life might
yet resemble a barber pole.
Beauty alone is almost worthlesst
in motion pictures, says Cecil B.,
De Mille, the famous producer. But 1
worthless or not, beauty is our own-
excuse for seeing.r
The senior class has announced
its fourth last chance for buying
invitations to the commencement
exercises. Along about the middle
of June about half the class will
be giving the things away.



BULL. Dalies Frantz, local pianist, will
Publication of the Bull is de- appear in recital in Hill Auditor-
ium this afternoon at 4:15. Mr.
structive notice to all members of1Fatthis.afteroon wi:e r.
Frantz thi's year won wide recog-
the University and their families. nition by his winter concert tour of
Copy received by the Rolls editor more than forty-three concerts.
until all hours of the night. Last week he played a series of re-
citals in New England some of them'
VOL. XL. No. 136 being joint appearances with his
SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 1930 mother, a well-known singer and
frequent soloist with the Boston
Sigma Delta Chi: The Grid ban- Symphony Orchestra.
uet will take place Wednesday Boston critics last week were
night in the ballroom of the Union. quite commendatory of Mr. Frantz's
The program will be the funniest, offerings. The Boston Transcript
most entertaining program ever ' said that: Intelligent vividness of
conceived by a Program chairman. interpretation marked his perform-
Joe Tinker, ance. In the Bach Chromatic Fan-
Chairman of Program Com. tasy and Fugue, one followed the
well-worn measures with no small
Literary Students: I will not be degree of interest. Beautifully shap-
able to meet my class today. ed was every phrase, well-ordered
A Prof. the progress of the whole." The
Christian Science Monitor had this
Playwriting Class: It has come to to say: "He played with brilliance
my attention that the Grid ban- and verve. One heard cleanly chisel-
quet will be held Wednesday night led tones, smoothly rounded phras-
in the ballroom of the Union. I ing, a practised technique and a
do not like Grid banquets. There gootc feeling forthe spirit of Bach's
will be a mid-semester examina- works."
Lion in Playwriting Wednesdaywr.
ti.n i ting0 Wednesday The recital today is probably one
Kenn'eth Rowe. of Mr. Frantz's last appearances in
Ann Arbor before he sails to Europe
early in June for work under Ar-
From a fire story in The Daily: thur Schnabel in Berlin. The pro-
"The fire was put out by the local gram follows:
fire department." When you come Pastorale and Capriccio... Scarlatti
right down to it, there's nothing Romance...............Brahms
like patronizing home industries. Prelude, Chorale, and Fugue....
** ...................Cesar Franck

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Campus Opinion
Contributors are asked to be brief,
confining themselves to less than 300
woi-'As of possible. Anon ymous conm-
munications will e disregarded. The
names of communicants will, however,
besregarded as confidential, upon re-
quest. Letters published sItomid not be
construed as expressing the editorial
opinion of The £aily."


To the editor: ,
Please accept unle compliments of
a venerable "prof" and Daily read-
er of 23 years' standing on your #
grid banquet editorial.
Dig away more frequently and!
consistently at the roots of the hu-
manities and see that your subor-
dinates do the same. It will assist
in eliminating fossils, and it will
even help very much in turning out
cultured young men and women-!
a curiously overlooked duty of a
Your paper has a far greater in-j
fluence for good or evil than the
most imaginative of undergrad-!
uates can possibly realize. It took!
me many years to find this out.

I have been asked by no less



To, the editor:t
As a Cheboygan citizen and a'
University student, I am register-?
ing a protest against your cruel
edict that the pictures of the de-
bate champions be removed from
their place in University hall. OfI
all the various and sundry bulletinl
boards on the campu's; that - one
Saloneis devoted to news about thej
Michigan High School Debating;
league which is managed by the
University. Every year the pictures
of the state champions are en-
shrined there, not to be removedj
till a new set of champions shall
remove them. One year Kalamazoo:
"cherubs" held the fort. Another
year it was the Royal Oakers. Even 1

a person than Robert Henderson
to review "Her Cardboard Lover"
who (or which) is coming here
April 21. Advance publicity notices
contain several choice stories con-
cerning the production, probably,
the most interesting of which is
this: It seems that after 162 per-
formances of the original show in
New York with Jeanne Eagels and
Leslie Howard as the stars, it was
taken to Chicago for a 10 weeks'
run. Thereafter a long and pros-
perous tour was booked but unfor-
tunately Miss Eagels went to a
party in Milwaukee and didn't
come to for some four days.
Dear Joe: My roomie bet me a
pound box of caramels you would.
not print a letter that didn't even.
try to be funny. Will you help me
Just A. Co-ed.
All right, Just, but don't forget
that I like caramels too.
* * *-

Troikka en traineaux. Tschaikowsky
Sheep and Goat Walkin' to the
Pasture ................... Guionj
Danse Rituelle du feu.... .De Falla
Etude in E major ........... Chopin
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 12.. Liszt
Wednesday and Thursday of this
week Play Production is present-
ing a bill of four one-act plays in
the University Hall Auditorium.
The bill is to include Alice Gers-
tenberg's The Pot-Boiler, Lawrence
Langner's Another Way Out, The
Sweet Meat Game, and The Re-
This bill is strictly a laboratory
production in accordance with the
policy adopted of as far as pos-
sible giving all students in the class
actual experience. The plays are
also being directed by advance
student members of the organiza-
tion, with the individual sets plan-
ned and built by members of the
class in stage design.
Tickets for this bill which are
free may be obtained by applica-
tion at the; office of Play Produc-
tion in. University Hall.

The recent dismissal of Dr. Cabot
might better remain a -closed inci-
dent, but perhaps we can be ex-
cused for reopening it if the en-



Spring vacation will commence
Friday afternoon and continue un-
til April 21, it was announced at
the beginning of the academic


Ann Arbor
lofty and

High has occupied that"
valuable space. Now, I:

suing discussion discovers a. means
to prevent further damage to the'
University from similar causes.
The true reason for Dr Cabot's
demotion from the medical dean-
ship was his failure to gain the
support of his faculty for his ad-
ministrative' measuies. Unfortu-;
nately, however, the dissatisfaction
of the medical faculty had no rec-
ognized mouthpiece. Its only outlet
was a back-handed, rather scur-
rilous whisper campaign, waged ac-
tively and bitterly by dissenting{
faculty members, which finally
gained enough strength to strike
the Cabot colors with an unseem-
ly shout of triumph.
Viewed in the abstract, nothing
in the conduct of the medical dis-
senters was irregular; when a fac-
ulty lose confidence in the admin-
tration of their dean, their privi-
lege is to oust him., But there is no
ousting machinery to accomplish
the act without an unedifying
squabble. In the demotion of Dr.
Cabot many of the whispers start-
ed by his opponents grew into ugly
rumors with a wide circulation,
and in turn Dr. Cabot's friends
started counter-rumors calculated
to discredit every one who had a
finger in the pie, including those
professors who have made the med-
ical school what it is, and even the
President and Regents of the Uni-
It is needless to point out that
the accusations and recriminations
attendant upon such an incident'
have a deteriorating influence on
both- the prestige and the academic
efficiency of the University. If a
method could be devised of ascer-
taining more certainly and openly'
when a dean has lost the support
of his faculty, his demotion could j
liea ,enlisi hM wit~yjhmrit. A41

ask you, why did the Michigan year. Philip Stein, pupil of Professor
Daily try to dethrone the present , l Albert Lok-wood of the School of
incumbents before their time? Have - letLcwo o h colo
Oh, my-this is one of those days Music, will give the following piano
you ever been to Cheboygan and when it's too nice outside to sit in- program Tuesday night at 8:15 in
got arrested or something? If so side and try to be funny. Carefree the school of music auditorium:
we will petition the Chamber of students are out playing golf and Ballade op. 118 No. 4.....Brahms
Commerce to give you the keys of riding and canoeing and having a Toccata..................Bach
the town. Anything, only don't I'swell time and here I am pecking Introduction-Allegro-Andante
perpetrate this outrageous act of away on the tickety-tick.. ding!( Alle
vandalism by removing our champ- waiting for somebody to come in Aro.
i , ~32 Variations .......... Beethoven
'ions until they cease to be such! and give me an idea. This is the)
-M. J. Clawson. sort of a day when I'd print any- Etude Op. 25 No. 9.........Chopin
So____ !thing in the line of a contribution Nocturne Op. 15 .......... ChopinI
MORE LIGH T, LESS HEAT and yet with the exception of Just Scherzo B flat minor ...... Chopin
T Co-ed all the contributors have -
1Theeitr:wassomeleft me flat. There ain't no justice. I Canzonette of Salvator Rosa. .Liszt;
The writer was somewhat amus-; . Valse A flat........Liszt
ed but not surprised to read in a *V*e*fa.-.
recent issue of the Daily that the The Beachcomber just sidled up Etude of Paganini (La Chess) .Liszt!
student council is again wasting to say that the secret of success injTOP-
much time worrying about its own writing is to punch the right keys GABRILOWITSCH TO PLAY
personnell and organization rather on the typewriter but I don't be- IN FINAL PAIR OF CONCERTS.
than dealing with constructive lieve I'll print that because I know The final pair of subscription
han e lingf ithen cgonstructie doggone well he didn't make it up concerts of the current season of
'problems of student government. himself. the Detroit Symphony Orchestra
.It seems that for many years, and will mark the appearance, as cus-
this year is no exception, the coun- - tomarily, of Ossip Gobrilowitsch
cil has started out with firm re- Ias piano soloist. He is to play the
solve to constitute a vital force in , Mozart Concerto for piano and or-:
University affairs, yet its meetings ! chestra in D minor, the perform-
result in nothing more than an op- ance of which in Carnegie Hall last
portunity for its president to be ---- winter won him enthusiastic ac-
quoted in the next morning's Daily Swell, claim. After intermission he is of-
as issuing a statement as well as e fering the Weber Concertstuck in
a chance for councilmen to have Notice to the D. O. B.: "Students F minor for piano and orchestra,;
their name appear as members of in Mr. Fairbanks' scripture classes a somewhat slighter but altogether
numerous committees. rwill hold an exhibition in Univer- charming concertino. Victor Kolar
Now the council concerns itself ityhall." Oh well, scripture or will conduct the orchestra during
with problems of internal organiza- sculpture, they both have to do these numbers. Mr. Gabrilowitsch
tion. It seems plausible that the with the moulding of the common will lead the orchestra in the Men-
council should first interest itself clay. . "Ph-z-z-z!" (Denoting the delssohn Overture from "A Mid-
in taking a part in University ac- well known bird). summer Night's Dream" and Liszt's:
tivities, in seeing that it is- given s I*symphonic poem "Les Preludes,"
an opportunity to become a factor' One of the boys on the business! which will complete the program.
in such happenings. Moreover, it ( side of this paper says he knows 0 -
appears wise that the council now why the new lamp posts are THE WILSON TO
should pay more attention to ques- being put up in such symmetrical SERVE HOT CHOCOLATES.f
tions of what it can do and then to lines. It'll help the boys on bend- "Hot Chocolates," pronounced the
real action. Sitting back and con- ers to keep straight. best of the many shows that have
tinually handling questions of ex- JOE TINKER. tried to emulate the first artistic
iremely minor consequence will * * * negro revue that won international

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