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IRD S WOMEN IN OPERA
~LTE.R PLACES BLAME FOR
WKWAARDNESS OF PLAY ON.
al staff at
with the Aaval
r of stars up to
he caused us
-om its resting
EAR'S OPERA BOOK
entiment is more or less
concerning one phase of
Union opera. The student
he opinion that lyrics and
ll as the book, should be
students, if possible.
ig has been caused by no
he efforts of the alumni
he book, lyrics, and music
Rather, the consensus of
it that the alumni had
with making the play of
success. The book was
1, and the music was per-
t of any Union opera.
n for desiring an entirety
ifort in this regard, even
ard of the opera is again
obviously one of student
opera is presented by the
tudent organization; the
all students its the Univer-
.e School of Music; there-
t of the production, aside
rection, should be the re-
cials are in favor of hav-
a so written. The chance
11 of literary ability. Sure-
;ough talent at Michigan.
should be kept an under-
roduction, expressive of
te ideals and life at the
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
In a communication in Sunday's1
Daily it was stated that it was "evi-
dent that the women of the Univer-
sity are not capable of acting in the
opera, as it should be done."
It seems to me that "Blue Book
Blues" and "Zeppelins of Love" very
conclusively prove not only that the
women are capable of acting in the'
opera, as it should be done, but also
that they put just as much "pep" into
their acting as can be found any-
where outside the professional stage.
If the opera was not up to stand-
ard this year, it was due not to the
presence of women in the cast but
to the fact that there was not enough
talent and "pep" among- the men.
This is so because in every scene the
acting of the women was fully as good
as any unbiased person could expect.
The women who took part in the
opera are to be praised-not criti-
cized--for their co-operation in mak-
ing the opera a success.
A. C. M., '20E.
Bayonnites Hold Farewell Banquet
The Bayonne (N. J.) club gave a
farewell banquet at the Catalpa inn
Saturday night in honor of its sec-
retary Norman H. Lavine, '19, who
left for Cleveland yesterday morning
with the Michigan unit of the Naval
Auxiliary. M. L. Ripps, '20, vice-
president of the club, acted as toast-
David Racoosin,'20, of Detroit, who
; Llso left with the unit yesterday
piorning, was elected an honorary,
member of the organization at the
Now is the time to put the old red
undies back on; Spring is a woman
and you know, Varium et mutabile
semper femina. (That's a direct steal
-don't tell Virgie, but it's too late to
go back and stick the "quotes" on).
The Fresh Has One
Visions of Hell-Having a fresh lit-
erary meeting at the one period in the
morning when you haven't a class.
When all your life ,you've cherished a
deep and secret hate against a certain
person and you go to a public gath-
ering and see the object of your loath-
ing admired and cooed over by both
the doting mob and intellectual peo-
ple-well, doesn't it give you an-aw-
Speaing of Spring
Annabelle Dirty Neck says to the
Very Skinned one "It's here; I can
tell by the shine on my nose."
Or Was the Game Called by Darkness?'
Cary: Excuses ranging from feign-
ed sickness to fuilerals and weddings
have been handed n to the military
authorities by the cadets for absences
and tardy marks. Here's one that is
as clear as water:
"Reason-Missed formation on ac-
count of rain, but was present. Think
came to soon."
Many are the gentlemen who swore
up and down they "never would go to
a Union opera so long as the female
ele"ent appeared behind the blazers,"
and finally became so w.k. that they
appeared even so far down as row
Clipped-"Empress Marie Now Pen-
niless-She has applied. to Bolsheviki
for assistance." The Salvation Army
is noted for making millionaries, too,
We Heard That-
The Sociology studes left for Eloise,
yesterday at nine. Again we are re-
minded of the saying which. ash-
burn-Crosby made famous.
ARTHUR E. WOOD TO DISRCUSS
OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN
Mr. Arthur K Wood of the sociology
department will talk on "New Oppor-
tunities for Women" at 4:15 o'clock
this afternoon in Sarah Caswell An-
geli hall. Conferences will be given
after the lecture by Mr.Wood and
Miss Anna Cowles, state club worker
for girls, who will also speak.
In Mr. Wood's recent speech on the
:"Social Outlook of the World To-
day," he touched on the influence of
the war on occupations for women,
and suggested that the curriculum of
the University might possibly be af-
fected by the occupations now open
to college women. He stated that
such openings are increasing faster.
than they can be filled. In his lec-
ture this afternoon, Mr. Wood will
point out what some of these op-
portunities are, and just how they
affect Michigan women,
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