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March 12, 1922 - Image 18

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THE MICHIGANI
EAST AND WEST ILEET AT will be all the more fruitful because
THE COS11OPOLITAN CLUB of their differences."
(Continued from Page 1)
Raleigh Nelson, of the engineering CHIMES-A CRITICISI--
college called "The Magic Carpet;" A REVIEW BY G. D. E.
the "All National Hullabaloo;" the
"All Nation Jamboree;" and the "All (Continued from Page 5)
Nation Vodvil." The club has been has published for a year or so. I
entertained at intervals in the Martha suspect that this is due to the fact
Cook and Helen Newberry residences, that Clement Smith is editing the poe-
and the various churches have eon- try. Smith is himself one of the two
tributed to the increased enjoyment or three best writers of verse on the
by the foreign student of his resi- campus.
dence in Ann Arbor. . The best thing in 'the February
An annual spring trip has been number, however, was the article on
taken, financed almost entirely by the Ohio State, by Mt. Bowerman, Jr. I
Chambers of- Commerce in the cities have read it thrice, and I intend to
visited The students in making the read it again. I tremble to think what
trip investigate the industries and might have happened to Bowerman
trade possibilities in the places on had he written on Michigan. But
their itinerary. Of them a Saginaw space grows short and I can do no
paper says editorially, "There was more than suggest that, if you haven't
the dark-hued student from far off already done :so, you ge a February
India, and" others from.South Africa, Chimes and read Bowerman's article.
Cyprus, Holland, Russia and our own "Lisa. Thinks the Hop Great Fun,"
Philippines. And all of them were by Donald Coney, is hackneyed and
tied together by the bonds of the trivial. It is supposed to be humor-
English language and of trade, all ous; I should judge, but I find noth-
seeking and acquiring knowledge." ing funny in it.
"But more than all," says Prof. -J. arry ,Grundy's article, "On Ice-
A. C. Hillner, a faculty member of Michigan's Hockey Prospects," may
the club ,and the goo* angel of the be all right. I really can't say, and 1
foreign student, "the club has called have no intention of reading it.
attention to the presence of the for- . "The editorials are fair.,
eign students in our midst, and since Last but not least, I call attention
the ftiembership includes Americans to the book review by "R. D. S." I
as well as students from other lands, trust that his writings are well enough
it has become a source of mutual edu- known to readers of tse Sunday Maga-
cation.". zine so that I need not. stop to praise
Probably the true spirit underlying the literary merits of this particular
the foundation of the club, as an ada- review. +R. D. S. is ninety per cent
mant basis for the structure, can best sound in his literary judgment and
be expressed in the words of Rabin- his phrase is always good. The thing
dranath Tagore wheb he said: which I wish to laud is the fact that
"I have learned though our tongues Chimes has finally praised a literary
are different and our habits dissimi- alumnus worth praising, namely "Hen-
lar, at the bottom our hearts are one. ry G. Aikman" (Harold H. Armstrong)
The monsoon clouds, generated on the who wrote "Zell," one of the best
banks of the Nile, fertilize the far books of the year 19211
distant shores of tie Ganges; ideas' Enough; Chimes, in my estimation.
may have to cross from east to west- has improved prodigiously. It
ern shores to find a welcome in men's. doesn't really express various cam-
hearts and fulfill their promise. East pus opinion (as it pretends to)
is East, and West is West-God for- ivith any farce, but it is nearing that
bid that it should be otherwise-but stage. Apropos of this, there will be
the twain must' meet in amity, peace an article or two against me in the
and understanding; their meeting coming issue.
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DAILY MAGAZINE
PRACTICAL POSSIBILITIES
OF TRAVEL'BY AIR
(Continued from Page 2)
ment of balloon clubs may foster bal-
looning to such an extent that both it
and flying in heavier-thai.-air ma=
chines may become an exceedingly
popular sport. Whenpeople feel that
the thing is practical, safe, and cheap,
great advances are likely. Just now
we are going through a stage of hesi-
tancy. But in the opinion of such
men as Howard H. Coffin, '43E, vice
president of the Hudson Motor com-
pany, Land one of the leading authori-
ties in the United States on aviation,
flying will become in the future al-
most as common as motoring today,
although they do not conte l that the
latter will be supplanted by the
former.

A r enu net nesser
Americans who have a desire to know
what constitutes the "best seller" in
France will have their curiosity sat-
isfied by reading Pierre Benoit's novel
"Salt Lake," (Knopf). This book,
published in France under the title
"Le Lac . Sale," as by far the most
popular novel of the season and sold
over 150,000 before the end of 1921.
The motto of the book is tak-
en from J. Remy's "Journey Into
the Lanq of the Mormons," and reads:
"The fish that somehow come through
the rivers into Salt Lake become too
resolute." 'Salt Lake" treats of a
woman who comes to the Mormons
and likewise becomes too resolute
As the . wife (the third one, to be
exact).of a leader in the Church she
suffers indignity and degradation.

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