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Editor, The Michigan Daily:
As my interest in the work of the
Glee club, and my professional con-
nection with the organization for sev-
eral seasons in the far distant past,
have given me a distinct point of
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WEDNESDAY.. MAY 23, 1917.
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While I firmly believe the real func-
tion of a college glee club should be
to keep alive the traditional student
songs, it is evident that such activity
cannot exist today. We have no such
songs that are "up to date" enough
to satisfy the artistic standards set
up by ragtime, vaudeville, and mus-
ical comedy, the latter form too fre-
quently occupying an inter-stellar
space equally remote from music and
comedy. It is sad, but true, that the
majority of new college songs do not
survive the days of early infancy, even
though they are not "still born."
Hence the modern glee club reportoire
must be drawn from other sources
than the campus. Shall it come from
the vaudeville stage, from the pens of
recognized, serious composers, from
the Michigan Union Operas, or, from
It is a plasure to record that in the
last two seasons the club has solved
this problem in a most satisfactory
manner. Every program has contain-
ed selections of the highest artistic
value-interspersedhwith lighter ma-
terial, much of which was really good
-and occasionally something that in-
vited silence-although such selections
invariably won tumultuous applause.
It cannot be otherwise, for a glee club
program is like metal; it expands if
the temperature of the audience ex-
ceeds blood heat, but it never con-
tracts-largely on acount of the last
named selections. College yells de-
mand enthusiasm, strong lungs. and
physical endurance, and every normal
university man enjoys sharing in them.
Real artistic singing, however, is a
different matter, and it is a great
pleasure to state that the club has
given us many examples of beautiful
singing of worthy compositions. All
this implies a gifted musical mentor,
and in Mr. Theodore Harrison the club
possesses such an assest. With the
broadening of the artistic outlook has
come a widening horizon in other di-
rections, revealing other fields than
"the trip." The club is becoming a'
University benefactor through its par-
ticipation in college functions. On
Friday, evening it will sing for the
benefit of a cause in which we are
all vitally interested. It is to be
hoped that a large dience will re-
spond to the call an thus contribute
to the cause and also put the stamp
of their approval on the splendid work
of the club and its gifted director.
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IN THE SERVICE
Michigan men who have enlisted for
military service are: R. W. Hicks,
J. D. Mabley, '19, R. L. Mason, '17, K.
S. McColl, '18, J. B. McDavid, '18, J.
C. McGaughey, '19, Augustine McCor-
mick, '19, R. A. McEwan, Hugh .Mac-
millan, '19, G. H. McRae, '20, T. H.
Marlin, '19, C. H. Mason, '19, H. F.
Massnick, '18, L. H. Mattern, '19, E. L.
Maurer, '19, T. P. Mehlhop, '19, W. A.
Moore, '20, V. K. Mouser, '19, F. C.
Moyer, '17, H1. G. Muzzy, '17., J. D.
Naftel, '18, G. L. Ohrstrom, Walter On-
orato, and G. W. Osgood, '20.
Michigan men who have enlisted for
farm work are: G. E. Bishop Jr., '20,
T. F. Egan, '18, C. F. Hemans, '18, L.
P. Henkel, '17, L. L. Hickman, '20, E.
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Holmes, '17, R. W. House, '18, R. W.
Hovis, '18, J. W. H. Hurd, '17, Robert
Hutchinson, F. S. Huyck, '18, W. C.
Johns, '18, E. M. Johnson, '20. LeRoy
Johnson, '20, L. H. Johnson, '20. J. R.
Kane, '20, N. E. Kantor, '20, P. R.
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Kesler, '17, K. S. Keyes, .'17, F. N.
Kimball, '19, R. M. Kinzly, '20, Donald
Klie, and W. E. Kuechenmeister, '19.
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With the purpose of electing officers
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in the University, . will meet at S
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THIlE HONOR SPIRIT
In the past such remarks as the
following concerning the spirit of hon-
or in examinations have been made:
"So many others are cribbing, why
shouldn't I in order to keep my schol-
astic standard up to, or above, the
Or, "If some of the so-called prom-
inent men on the campus can cheat
and get away with it, why shouldn't
We think that such statements have
been largely unfounded, but as long as
these beliefs exist they can hardly
help but lead to a wrong attitude while
The best way to eliminate such ideas
and actions is by a united assertion of
the student body that it is desirous of
supporting and advancing the highest
possible spirit of honor.
Of those students who endorsed the
honor creed yesterday, a large number
are among the most representative
men on the campus. They have shown
their willingness to stand behind and
foster the honor spirit.
We believe this is a good start, and
hope that the whole campus will show
its approval by signing.
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THE TWO CONQUERORS
A little man sat upon a great horse
and watched an army of fighting de-
Mons work out the plans conceived
by his own lightning brain in the si-
lent dusk of his tent the night before.
And by means of this loyal army the
little man in gray with the great hat
made kings and emperors scrape the
golden dust from the steps of his
And down the years as he paced the
silent isle that looks into the purple
Mediterranean, many thoughts came to
the little man, of ambitions satisfied
and yearnings left unsung. But
through the haze of those last years
one thing remained, the memories of
great work accomplished.
And another man, far from the dis-
tant tramp of great armies came forth
from his humble hut when the
streaked dawn appeared in the east,
and cultivated the broad acres under
the open sky. He cleared the rocks
from the land and fed the lowing cat-
tle and mended his fences and spokel
ro unkind word to his neighbor. And
when the last sun went down, he
thought to himself, "I have done my
Authors and poets have sung the
praises of these two men, and justly,
for both had played their part to their
We've been at war with Germany1
48 days. *
The following girls reported for
work at the intelligence bureau at the
Michigan Union yesterday afternoon:
Helen Nipps, '18.
Laura French, '20.
Lena Corvin, '19.
Constance Winchell, '18.
Alice Worun, '18.
Hester Schaberg, '18.
Roberta Dean, '20.
Dorothy Buckley, '18.
Catherine Kilpatrick, '19.
Frances Wesley, '20.
Marion Treadgold, '20.
Florence Fogg, '18.
Helen Smith, '20.
Helen McAndrew, '19.
MORE WORKERS NEEDED AT
UNION TO CATALOGUE CARDS
With calls coming in every day for
various services to be supplied through
the intelligence bureau at the Michi-
gan Union more workers are needed
to complete the work of cataloging
The replies from the students and
alumni are now all catalogued and
filed, and the original cards which
were sent out by the bureau before
spring vacation are now being filed
The work is now being carried on
every afternoon and girls are urged
to give as much time as possible to
handle the new work which has to be
done every day answering the re-
quests for information.
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ild be made at once at the di-
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nior and senior baseball teams
play at 4 o'clock Thursday after-
, and freshman and sophomore
s at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon. .
ere will be no work at the intellig-
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work will be carried on as usual in
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Resolution plus ideas equals money..
Anyone who repeats a scandal adds
his stamp of approval. i
Trust everybody, but cut the cards.
Only 18 days until finals begin.
Training Camp Not to Be Held at Yale
New Haven, Conn., May 22.-Yale
will have no training camps this sum-
mer. The announcement that the gov-
ernment would withdraw the officers
and equipment here has caused the
university officials to abandon the