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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAIL\

TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1929

4mOnig a single-standard, half-completeo 0
education or to take only the few Music And Drama
who come here "in search of learn- _ _ _ _ _
ing" and to give them a liberal ed-~
Published every morning except Monday ucation or a basis of high stand- TONIGHT: The fourth Fac-
during the University Summer Session by ards, individual treatment, and ulty Concert program Will be
the Board in Control of Student Publications, careful selection; either to turn paesented in Hill Auditorium by
The Associated Press is exclusively en- out graduates in uniform masses, g,
titled to the use for republication of all nows us rit rmYslni e
dispatches credited to it or not otherwise or to create an "intellectual aris- I
credited in this paper and the local news pub ginning at 8:15 o'clock.
lished' herein. tocacy.***
Other universities have faced and *
Entered at the Ann Arbor, Michigan,"KC ,,
postoffice as second class matter. are facing the same problem. Gen- KICK-IN
Subscription by carrier. s.so; by ma erally speaking, Wisconsin and Chi- Wednesday night of the week The
Offices: Press Building, Maynard street, cago are examples of universities Michigan Repertory Players present
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
who are attempting to stem the the fifth of their series of plays in
EDITORIAL STAFF rising tide of Fordism in education, Lydia Mendelssohn Theater. The
Telephone 4925 while California, Columbia, and play offered is Willard Mack's fa-
Pennsylvania seem to have thrown mous melodrama of gangland,
MANAGING EDITOR off all pretenses of being anything "Kick-In".
LAWRENCE R. KLEIN but factories seeking the largest Mack has become synonymous in
Editorial Director..........Howard F. Shout output. Most of our newspapers, the amusement world for plays that
Wmty E itor . ...........Margaret Eckel: and of course, all of our business have tremendous drive and excit-
Music and Drama Editor.. R. Leslie Askren organizations favor making a busi- ing situations, two factors which I
Books Editor.... ,....... Lawrence R. Klein
Sports Editor............S. Cadwell Swanson ness of education, but the balance almost invariably guarantee a
Night Editors of logic as well as tradition is pleasureable evening in the the-
Howard 2. Shout Walter Wilds against them. ater so long as the material is ac-
S. Cadwell Swanson Harold Warren Aeiaa eeytikn ii
Charles Askren HAmerica, as every thinkg citi- cepted at its face value. And
Assistants zen realizes, is dangerously mater- "Kick-In" is no exception. Since
Ben Manson Led:u Davis ialistic. Science and business eftic- its first production, around 1910 or
Ross Gustin Margaret Harris *inisfrtpoutoaon 90o
Dorothy Magee William Mahey iency are worshipped almost to the so, it has been called the Mack
Paul Showers exclusion of everything spiritual. masterpiece of adroit manipula-
For this reason, if for no other a tion of surprising situations, and
BUSINESS STAFF force on the opposite side must be it has maintained that reputation
Telephone 21214 created to maintain the balance. ever since in the numerous stock
Material progress is to be recogniz- and amateur performances it has1
BUSNESS MANAGER ed as a benefit, but the innate been given subsequently. It has be-
LAWRENCE E. WALKLEY spirituality of man must be fed come one of the wisecracking tra-
Assistant Business Manager............Vernor Davis also or the whole civilization will ditions of the stage that a play
Circlations Manager...........Je anette Iaetopple over. The university as a which will bear being cast from
Accounts Manager..............Noah Bryant thought center is one of the great- members of a Ladies Drama Club
- - -----est influences the country contains, is a good play, and "Kick-In" has
_ _If it continues to radiate liberal survived this ordeal of sex. It is!
TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1929 thinking, new ideas and philosoph- sterling stuff in the amusement
_- ies, and the spirit of individualism, way.
NIGHT EDITOR the high degree of our advance- The plot briefly, one of the early
S. Cadwell Swanson ment will be firmly established and examples of such realistic por-
- - - - the way to future progress open- traits as "Broadway" and "Under-
THE REAL DECISION ed; if the university falls in with world," develops out of the hard-
Through all the discussion which the general trend, the permanence ships Molly and Chick have from;
is seeming to increase as the mystic of our civilization is made doubt- police persecution. Chick once "did
meeting of August 2 draws near, ful. a stretch" in the penitentiary, A
the current of the true decision Michigan will soon make known burglar friend of theirs is shot in
which the University is facing has its policy for the future when it the pursuit of his duties and takes
been little marked. While osten- selects its new leader. Will it con- refuge with them, and the play is
sibly the choice is to be of a pres- tinue to be a center of learning and an answer to the question; What
ident, it is actually to be of poli- culture and a thought stimulant to happened?
cy. Briefly stated, it is this: Is the the middle-west, or will it become The splendid production given
University to be based on educa- a "corporation" engaged in the "Children of the Moon" promises
tional ideals, to be the abode of business of educating young men a very pleasant evening's amuse-
liberalism where men and women and women? nent with this play.
can find a broader intellectual and * * *
spiritual horizon, or is it to be a PELION ON OSA DUTTON DENIES
preparatory-to-business school, a It would seem that the farm bloc In view of the large amount of
play ground for modern American in congress and the agitators for publicity that is being circulated by
youth where a large number will the debenture plan are now try- book clubs of one sort or another
receive a small dose of learning and C ing to add the protective tariff for it is pertinent to print a; statement
culture? It is a choice-broadly farm goods to the relief which is from a letter by John Macrae, Pres
speaking-between the practical to be given the nation's agricul- ident of E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc.,
and the ideal. i turists. Not satisfied with their which has been sent to this office.
The Nation, in its issue of July 17 loss on the first point, they are, Mr. Macrae writes: "I have de-
expressed itself as favoring the re- while still trying for its inclusion termined that so far as E. P. Dutton
cognition of the majority of Amer- in the farm relief program, now & Company is concerned we will
ican universities as institutions of attempting to raise the tariffs so have no dealings whatsoever with
big business. "The sooner this fact high that considerably more than any book club,"
is admitted," the editorial stated,Ithe required or necessary amount The vigor of Mr. Macrae's letter1
"the sooner we shall be able to of aid is to be thrust upon the "sons is an interesting commentary on
gauge the demand for universities of the soil." There is little reason the controversy that is raging
in the true sense of the term, i.e, to doubt that the farmer would around these latest short-cuts to
institutions devoted to scholarly I soon see a way into a paradise of literary selfrespect, the book clubs.
and creative pursuits." We appre- prosperity if all the movements for R. L. A. !
elate by this that The Nation his assistance were to go through.
accepts the true purpose of a uni. Fortunately, the administration is FACULTY CONCERT
versity to be devotion "to scholar- keeping a sure control on the course For the fourth concert of this
ly and creative pursuits," and we of legislation, and paternalism is series the School of Music has ar-
approve this definition without re- j not to become too rampant in ranged for the appearance of a
serve. "Already the distinction is Washington. True it is that Mr. number of interesting artists from
being made between those who go Borah gets out of control occasion- the Ypsilanti Conservatory of Mu-
to college for general background ally and Mr. Watson is addicted to sic. Carl Lindegren, basso, and

and contacts-valuable and worthy throwing bombshells at administra- head of the department of vyice
purposes both-and those who go tion policies, but for the most part j at the Conservatory will be the
for learning," the editorial contin- the legislators have lined up be- voice soloist. He is a one-time stu-
ues. "Colleges designed for the first hind the White House suggestions. dent in the University School of
type of person should be open to all At any rate we can be reasonably Music, after which he studied wvide-
who come and headed by compe- certain that the farmer will not get ly in New York City,
tent executives who need not pre- any more "indirect subsidization" The program;
tend to be scholars." than he should have. Mr. Hoover Quartet in G, Op. 60, No, 1
In general we have only agree- recognizes that private enterprise ( _R, Rohn
ment for the foregoing opinion. We can never flourish under too much Andante con moto, allegro
dissent only on the point that any nurturing. moderato
college should be designed for the 0 -IAndante
person who desires nothing but a! DEPARTING TROUSERS Allegro
background and contacts, and most The "saner dress" movement for Double Quartet
of all that Michigan should be men is beginning to assume large Oh, Isis and Osiris (from Magic
made such a place. Technical' proportions both in America and I Flute .........,.,.,Mozart
schools, business schools, profes- in other parts of the world. A Le Tambour Majour,.,,..,.Thomas

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Serenade ............., .Brahms
Sing ye a joyful song ..,., Dvorak
Mr. Lindegren
Londonderry Air ......., ,,Krelsler
Zigeurnerweisen .....,. Sarasate
Miss Mutter
Aftonstanning (Evening Song)
Swedish).......Peterson-Berger
Ter.Svinherde . Swedish Folk Song
Clorinda ...................Morgan
Barrack Ballad (Kipling) ..... Bell
Mr. Lindegren
Mi viejo amor (Arranged by
Maddy).............Oteo
The Rosary (Arranged by
Maddy) ...................Nevin
The Hallelujah (Messiah) ar-
ranged by Ernest Fritsche)
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