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May 28, 1922 - Image 17

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' that the trend of all humanity WHISIES-A IEVIEW cadenced. Consequently I cannot song!" But I am afraid the song
«ard a more stable, more discip- (Continued from Page 2 like Chester F. Kuhn's "Revenge," Miss Brunt would like to have sung
although not less passionate But with the exception of these few because after reading it I copied it is not what Anacreen would sing, and
of relationship between man and rough places, I like the group and down in solid prose form, without al- the song he would sing might make
so. especially I think the sonnet, which tering the punctuation, and not one of her blush, so it may be just as well
e problem of the unmarried at decries the jazzification of "Un bel di," several people to whom I showed it that Conan Doyle has not gotten into
se treats intelligently. But from "Madame Butterfly," rises head was able to recognize it as anything communication with the old rounder.
seems to be afraid to get very far and shoulders above the other two in but prose. Neither could I. Kuhn has Whimsies, I believe, is improving.
fronn God and from long, over- facility of expression and in sheer shown himself capable of much bet- A comparison of the current issue
alized windy paragraphs about feeling.- In "The Wall," too, there ter work than this. and the one just preceding with some
higher this or that." In her lucid are several good lines, notably, "A Prayer," by Don A. Coll, is an of the earlier ones will bear out my
enes she discusses the loss to all "And on its dingy face some hand appeal to the Almighty to stop the contention. But I cherish a sneaking
mi beings forced into a life of had scrawled - Joubts and confusion in his mind, suspicion that the caption, "Michi-
ecy, and she emphasizes the fact With yellow chalk, one slouching, which lee likens to a mill going full gan's Literary Magazine," which ap-
tuifering through repression is squalid word." blast. Lord! what will 'happen to pears on the cover, very likely leads
just as intensely by women as "The Call," by Lawrence Conrad, the world a few years hence when the readers of the magazine to look
en, although in a different way. has a swing that appeals, only I am all of us sophomores and juniors who for more than they always get, see-
ew of the natural difficulties re- not sure- that I ever saw the sea "a are praying thus for mental peace ing that they perforce expect liter-
ug from celibacy, she demands dull maroon." Which is not to say get some real responsibility to make ature, and not Chimes. .
we dismiss the unjust idea that that it never was that color! us writhe? I stand aghast.
en miss their object in life if they ~To my mind, poetry is not poetry I hope Anacreon will heed the plea "Civilization in the United States,
sit wives and mothers. They still unless you can feel the music of it, of Stella Brunt, in which she begs An Inquiry by Thirty Americans," is
<< value in the world and should whether it be metrical verse or him to "Come back, and sing my now in its second large edition.
LBowed another outlet for thleis
Aive energy. Emigration or poly-
Scannot solve the problem of the
arried, but, she says, we must try -
rrive at some moral position
i is bused on the permanent needs
t red ature on human beings.
also discusses the evils of repres.
and degradation of the sexual
of our natures and finds the so-
n of the problem in the transfor-
on of this element. Then she has Just at this time there are many interesting
her lapse and spends three or four
s in a useless chatter about the items to talk about in Women's Wearables. For
of some long-forgotten saints,
eho to a a sta.nce, the warm days call for Summer Dress-
live force into a love for all the 1 s and and
d. She approaches the lyrical .=es in 5r an ies, Voiles and Tissues and here
a she says, "Are they not fathers=f. s es
mothers whose spiritual children you'l1 find excellent styles and values. Here,
all over the world? Have theyrw
born into the world the souls of and here only, you'll find the Wooltex absolute-
and women?" and later, "Is this 2
heroic path I pitott o7 t ~ w s n ' b
trough the bpoi sheupersists inast COlor wash dresses in R atines, Beach
ing a discussion .rationallys$
igh only to end up tin dramatics 3cloths, etc., from $12.50 up.-
hat is more discouraging, senti-
the chapter, "A Plea for Light,"T en a sw eater is indispensable for the tramps
discusses the false modesty that
kept us quiet so long about a per- and picnics of the hour. We are showing Silk
y natural and respectable need
uman nature and she blames our Sweaters from $7.50 to $25 and Wool Sweaters
ig idea that anything sexual is
on the fact that we have main -
;d0this silence. She says, "I from $2 8 p, all, of course, in the latest appro-
d urge' for the future,. that we
id conentrate our efforts in mak- ed models.
people understand what marriage -
id what they need in order to make 2j"T1C SU T l
obl." She also deplores the WRAPS, COATS, CAPES and SUITS are all be-
aless effort on the part of the 2
'ch and the State to hold People 2 ino- closed out at greatly reduced prices, prices
marriage legally after all that e,
o the contract valid has fled. 2_h tm kete ro o t book
veral popular fallacies are , dis-.that!Make them interesting from the pocketbook
ed by her. She believes it a mis- £vew
to suggest hard work even t aex-o point o view.
tion as a panacea, a viewpoint
arises from our mistake in re-
ing sex as a merely physical Really it's a time for buying for your Summer
g. What is really wanted is hard y
interesting wor that absorbs needs.
s mental as well as one's physical
need for sex chivalry from both
s is discussed in one Chapter. She
ks of the type of girl that will
erately make use of her sexual at-
ion to gain what she wants,-ad-
tion and amusement. But she
ts out the fact that man has.
woman virtually in' the position
HE MILLS that itake all and give noth COMPANY
Ecqonomic independence for wo-
will automatically do away with =118 MAIN STREET
divorce law reform, she thinks S
id not include a longer list of The Shop of
nds for divorce but should bring
aes under some form of "equit-
jurisdiction" whereby each case
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