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THE ,SUMMER. MICHIGAN DAILN

SUNDAY, JULY "7, 1929

k~ALtk! *VWU THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAIL\ SUNDAY, JULY '7, 1929
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4. uegeneral, but, we believe, a moments
i consideration of the scrambling,
i rh4j ng au Dal- tU. grafting methods of trade which
have prevailed under the high
Published every morning except Afonday tariff regime will show the neces-
during the University Summer Session by sits for some new system for post-
the Board in Control of Student Publications. war conditions. We are now close-
The Associated Press is exclusively en- ly bound to Europe and also to
titled to the use for republication of rw Asia; the continued use of unfair
dispatches credited toiCrntohrie sa h otne s fufi
creditediinothistpaperrande
criedein this paper and the local news pub- tariff protection is little more than
lished_herein._an insult to these new next-door-
Entered at the Ann Arbor, Michigan, neighbors. The only protection
postoffice as second class matter.
Subscription by carrier. $.5o; by mail needed is that which is sufficient
$2.00 to maintain the American standard
Offices : Press Building, Maynard Street,
Ann Arbor, Michigan. of living at its old level. and, speak-
----- -- -- ing in narrow terms, the increased
EDITORIAL STAFF market horizon and trade activityi
Telephone 4925 j will surely counteract the in-I
T nfluences which will set in to tearG
MANAGING EDITOR .down this standard.,
LAWRENCE R. KLEIN America will find her prosperity
:> ,r;,o.f-T dnn]F4 4hnu t in the nrosneritx of the reA, o'f lie

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Music And Drama
"ESCAPE"
Comparatively Reviewed by R.
Leslie Askren
To review a single production by
comparing the first and last per-
formances presents unusual prob-
lems; unusual at least in journal-
ism. In an effort to cooperate with.
Play Production's activities for the
summer, however, the innovation
will be made policy until its ad-
vantages or disadvantages become
obvious.
The essential demand made of
this type of criticism is a judg-
ment of the first night according
tr ric bli h d r i ifo f-11 ll by

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Editorial Director..........t
Women's Editor...........I
City Editor. .......... .....
Music and Drama Editor...
Books Editor...........Law
Sports Editor............S.C
Night Editor
Howard F. Shout
S. Cadwell Swanson
Assistants
Noah W. Bryant
Edna Henley
BUSINESS STi
Telephone 212
BUSINESS MANi
LAWRENCE E. WA
Assistant Business ianagers
Accounts Manager...........
Circulation Manager.........
Night Editor-Charles

owarU r. o.u11 pM*1114110: p yU ,l'- U1'- '-. uu uo esmw e la e c er a, fonowe Uy
aret Ackes world an estimate of how far the succeed-
Leslie Askren -- o ing performances reach the un-
rrence R. Klein
ladwell Swanson A SPORTING ACTION attainable ideal of interpretation
s America's friendly ;neighbor to implicit in the play and in the!
Walter Wilds the North has shown itself to be a director's efforts.
Harold Warren sporting country in the attempt Of "Escape" the primary gen-
which it is making to help the eralization is that successive im-
States enforce the prohibition laws. provement was obvious, but in a
Although it has not acted obviously direction away from the ideal1
AFF the Canadian government, and al- maintained by the reviewer. The
214 so the governments of the border problem then asserts itself; shall
provinces, have been quietly work- the reviewer condemn because the
AGER ing to give "the latest American I director works in an opposite di-
%LKLEY whim" its whirl. Canada has never rection, or shall he accept the di-
Vernor Davis been in full sympathy with Amer- rector's conception? There would
,er s ican prohibition; in fact, the whole seem to be little virtue in criticism
George Spavi affair is rather a standing joke on if the director were to be the ar-
.Jeanette Dale the other side of the line. For biter of the reviewer's interpreta-
this reason, the assistance which tion.
is being given us is more than ever Considering the amateur cast
- I- a demonstration of sportsmanship. and the haste of production, "Es-
A. Askren Recently the acting chairman of cape" is very well done. The ep-

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SUNDAY, JULY 7, 1929
A GREAT PHILANTHROPIST
A great man haa shown the way!
to true philanthropy; General!
Bramwell Booth, who died recently
in England, has been found to have
devoted his whole life and fortune
to spreading Christianity and faith
in man around the world. His sal-
vation army uniforms and a small
library were all that remained af-
ter his business affairs were closed.,
The founder of the great charity'
association had always been a man
of action, but he had always kept
before him the true ideals of his
religion and had lived up to them.
Through all the years in which he
built up the army of salvation he
lived irt ;ally, av ,,.reely, nua
worked unccasin ly. 1-s unse Ash
spirit perva'ed :vei y rink of hi,,
organization and furnished the
example for the deeds of nobility
and kindliness by which it was

the Ontario liquor control board,
has given orders that the govern-
ment vendor sell no beer or liquor
while ships from the American sidc
are in port. This will mean that
tourists will have to stay a while
if they want to slake their thirst,
and that the Ontario town will no

isodic form of presentation is the
most difficult to handle because of
its disjointedness in spite of which
a constantly rising pitch of dra-
matic intensity must be created to
give meaning to Captain Denant's
climactic line, "It's one's decent
self one can't escape." Unless this

longer be a recreation center for I pitch is kept continually mounting
thirsty travellers. Liquor regula- each scene stands by itself and the
tions in the border provinces have play becomes a panorama rather
been the expression of an attempt than an exceedingly sophisticated
to do away with public drinking structure of interwoven themes, of
houses and also a friendly gesture which the basic one is that a gen-
toward America. tleman and a sportsman "pays his
Of course, it is more than can be scot" to society and himself with-
expected that they act t drastic- out a murmur-a penalty which
ally toward those exporting liquor Denant tried to evade.
to /the United ttates. This has To achieve this is required an
come to be an important industry actor in the Mat Denant role who
and a rich source of revenue, and has immense stamina, a sure sense
as long as the Americe n people for dramatic intensity, and an un-
entiiue to coi' um, ail that is usual sensitivity for the interpre-
nt vr, Canadian busines men tation of the many men who go to
are certain'y to be excused for a make up the single personality of
natural inference that a large 'Mat Denant, soldier and gentle-
number of our citizens do not man. In contrast to this character

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--V1iwant prohibition. It seems logical must be posed the highly individu-
characterized. to think that if they were not alisiic characters, broad types but
And ithall he illins hatsupplied from over the lakes, they deftly drawii by Galsworthy's bril-
poured into the coffers of the Army, would be supplied from home u
the spirit and the guiding purpose po in"pn h ec ntecus
fitgnr.changed not a whit. u of the nine scenes to the experi-
of its general But Canada has never placed an p
His was a life of service devoted to obstacle in the way of the federal vict,
his fellow men;; his was the soul government in the punishing of f the many ways to direct this
of ~ ~ ~ ~ inentoa crmnas It Fhas dAsii.O geivyeny'o irc ti
international criminals. It has given dramatic creation Professor Wal-
DECLINE OF THE HIGH TARIFF every aid that it could, and has lace has chosen what might be call-
The tariff is again occupying a punished several of its own citi- ed the Romanitc. Reading of lines
geparifof the attention of con- zens for promiscuous conduct in was emotionalized, stage business
lage parthfthea nfacon- regard to the across-the-border was emotionalized, and the entire
gress. With the many factionsliurtaeAmrchaadetaeoinlzdndhenie
that have only recently entered the Iquor trade. America has a debt narrative was motivated by the'
Republican party it is interesting of its own to pay now, an obliga- idea that every character, so to!
to note the changing policy ingre- tion created by the friendly as- speak, wore his emotions on his
gard to that most sacred tradition sistance it by its neighbors. sleeve. It is easy to quarrel with
of Republicanism, high tariff. The Canadians mylau u this conception. Notably, the Eng-
For one thing it is no longer they are also sportsmen doing a lish are unemotional--hard to
a high tariff, for duties have been sporting thing; they are doing arouse, and proud of their Stoic
lowered on almost every imported their part to give American prohi control when they are aroused.
good. Jeffersonian principles and bition its chance for success. Judged from this point of view, a1
free trade are at last coming into Mat Denant palpably emoting and
their own, even though the Demo- Editorial Comment yet giving Galsworthy's lines be-
crats did not manage to ride in with I I comes little more than a stock type
the parade. There have been in- of the Great American Boy say-
timations to the effect tpat auto- PRESIDENT JESSUP WILL STAY ing things he never would have
mobiles may go on the free list. (From The Daily Iowan) said in his life.
The influence for this has come Several newspapers have printed But accepting Professor Wallace's
from the motor car manufacturers recent stories that Pres. Walter A. conception, judgment of Secord in
who think the move will strengthen Jessup would probably go to the the Denant part must admit his
their position in the world markets.! University of Michigan before the ability, at least in the gentler reg-
Undoubtedly our motor magnates opening of another school year. isters of emotion, while deploring
-are now in a position to face rather The story was based on the fact his lack of stamina, his jerky sense
stiff competition anywhere in the that no denial was made of a recent of timing, his sketchy understand-
world. Protection is no longer ! rumor that President Jessup would ing of the use of pantomime, and i
necessary even under the high 1 leave Iowa soon. his lack of power to attain the'
tariff theory. But there is a ques- It seems proper to inquire how peaks of dramatic intensity. His
tion whether or not a general re- many times does a man have to very full and flexible voice tends to
scinding of protective tariffs would state his position on a matter of atone for these failings in some
not be beneficial. It would have to this kind. A few weeks ago when measure, though even here he mak-
be gradual-and perhaps this isIthe rumor was brought to the pres- es the mistake of placing, his con-
the first move in a gradual reduc~ ident's attention he denied that he j versational pitch at the top of his
tion-for too' many industries de- had any intention of leaving. With natural register.
pend upon the tariffs to a large such a statement the matter might Among the lesser characters Nor-
degree. An economic crisis would well be considered as closed. i man Brown stands out particularly
undoubtedly be precipitated by any The people of other states do for his splendid interpretation of
sudden change in this connection,
especially at a time when there recognize his ability. It may be the minister who is not sufficiently
seems to be so much necessity for I true that Michigan would like to sure of himself to provide "sanct-
a subsidizing of the American far- secure his leadership. One offer uary" when it is asked. In her
'mers. But a slow trend toward from another institution included tiny bit as the maid Edna Mower
free trade or at least toward mod-! a blank check, requesting that the again displays her positive genius
tariffs would not only cause Irecipient put in the salary figure for comedy technique. Miss Mower
a greater expansion in American that he might wish to name. has a deep understanding of the
industry but would also energize, Iowa should be more than proud use of pantomime to give lines a
the commerce of the whole world: of her president. Every person, meaning, and her sense for timing
A free trade policy in this country whether student, faculty membei is little short of genius. Consid-
would be the "open sesame" to the or alumnus might well pledge anew ering her work all year, both in
markets of other countries. Inter- his allegiance' to this man. May comic and straight parts, it would
national suspicion and distrust President Jessup continue with us seem a sound theatrical exercise:
would be dealt another blow, and until such time as he may care to to cast her in a full sized role; ob-
a new era of world peace and pros- retire and go to his farm in Illinois serving her might teach more of
perity entered. to spend the golden years in writ- technical skill than any number
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