THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE sUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 1922
XFORI I) UNIVERSITY-ITS LIFE, considered by most an unceremonious one of his college halls. I might add can he numbered on less thais the
CUST0S, AND TIIADITIONS thing. One is more or less lowered that it took nearly a year to efface the fingers of your two hands, and grant-
Continued from Page 4) in the esteem of hit fellow students, work of art from the wall. ing, for the sake of argument, that
the play is not good, there are just as
the chats. Discussions of deep and Compulsory taking the train "for home "THE HAND OF THE POTTERS" few plays that are even worthy of
weighty subjects' are carried on by and mother" is usually not at all a ND (RtTICIS3S controversy.
undergraduates with a marked lack of well-attended departure. At OxfordA_
self-consciousness that is seldom no- hlowever, when one leaves "by re- (Continued from Page 7) .
ticed here. ' -.quest," if he is popular, he is pre- such competent critics as Mencken and Of the five novels by Hamsun pub-
Says one American in England: tented with, I might say, "Gorgeous" Nathan have vastly underrated the tithed by Knopf, "Growth of the Soil"
"Nowhere have I met a more culti- funeral. The unfortunate is escorted play. I can think of no social drama has sold 18,000 copies, and "Hunger"
vated, well-informed, and 'all-around' to his "hearse" by two black-robed whidh has been its better since only a few less. Growth of the Soil"
lot of men than here. With us there chief mourners who constantly dab at "Ghosts." has been sent to press seven times,;
is too much emphasis on amusements their eyes. All the cabs in the town In closing, I beg the pardon of the "Hunger" eight, "Shallow Soil" twice,
that do not improve the mind or the are sometimes commandeered to bear readers who expected a review of the "Pan" three, and Hamsun's newest
lotofme thn er. Wthusthee hif murer wh cnsanty pab ayOo."Thasi otitnddaar- boo eestoprsjstseen tms
finer sensibilities. They make better the retinue of sorrowing friends of the play. This is not intended as a re- book "Dreamers" has just been pub-
use than we do of leisure. How many "deceased" to the station. Those who view. It is intended as a defence. If lished and is being sent to press again
young fellows in American colleges cannot ride, trail along as a rear you don't know the play, you ought at once for reprinting. The above fig-
are fair amateur critics of music, guard, so that the long procession is to. American dramatists have pro- ures are considered remarkably large
painting, architecture, poetry, and often a particularly impressive one. duced so few good plays that they, for foreign translations.
drama?" In fact, one man, a member of a promi-
In all parts of the world, funerals nent English family, was remembered
seem to conclude things generally, so not only by probably the longest fu-
I might as well draw the curtain over neral in the history of the school, but We are Representatives for the Women's League
my picture of college life at Oxford also by a beautifully carved "tomb-
with a description of a funeral. Ex- stone" executed "in piesnory of" and
pulsion from our own University is so on, on the interior stone-work of
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