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h qualifications for senatorship. Politics THE EDITOR MIGHT HAVE KNOWN
dl t!e Magazines to the side, the Freeman's :literary lIsaac ]M arcosso
.w m e The editor of the St. Louis Star,
attitude'is well. maintained. by Robert IacFeeic acs ,d'istin
By W. M. R, Hillyer's appreciative article on Emily reading that "a Senegalese negro, win- I ed ri Haos ditin-
guished Asnerican journalist, author,
The Bookman for October easily Dickinson, a little-known New Ecg- ner of the highest honors in his pro- and lecturer, known as the "foremost
heads the list of Exchanges with a land poet who wrote an odd and par- fession on the European continent, interviewer of celebrities," will lec-
ticular idiom. Arthur Symons con- bee been cabled an, offer of $100,0t0,00
variety of material, all of it worth-t. ture here Wednesday evening, Oct. 25,
while and sofne of it really valuable.r under the auspices of the University
"The Negro in American Literature," iniscence harking back to the Fighting ally concluded that the offer as made Oratorical Association.
an article by Benjamin Brawley, gives Nineties in London, partly of the Phil-' to "Rene Maran, a negro, native ofr
. osophy of Evil, and partly of Corn- Africa, who won the Goncourt prize, During lie war he achieved great
the impression of being hastily writ- wall description, all in his suave and the highest literary award that can distinction as a war-correspondent
eot tooby el tofee he ned of c - ich style. Gerhart Hauptmann's novel be made in France" for his novel, "Bat- and rendered conspicuous service to
u pr It seems almost ex- ''Phantoms," continues to the thirty- ouala," published in this country by tic Allied cause through his extensive
u preparation. I emsamste-writ lngs,
-tempore in character. Hugh Walpole sixth chapter in this issue. Kenneth Thomas Seltzer. But the editor of the ,
adds to our interest in his novels by MacGowan is obsessed with the real- Star, half-way through his own editor- The famous editor was born in 1877
a fash-light photograph of his own ism of Chekhov's "Cherry Orchard" ial, discovers that he has made an at Louisville, Ky. His early educa-
youth, in "The Crystal Box." Rhetoric as presented by the Moscow Art Thea- error. "The $100,000," says the satiric tion was obtained in the Louisville
instructors who assign the short.stor- tre Company to the extent of almost leader-writer, "was not offered to Rene public schools. For nine years from
ies of 0. Henry would do well to steer two pages. The author of "The Re- Maran, but to 'Battling Siki,' the Sen- 1894 he was a rgember of the staff and
their charges away froi Alexander viewer's Notebook" anathematizes egalese prize fighter who knocked later became city editor of the Louis-
Woollcott's article on the master. it Sinclair Lewis in general and Stew- Georges Carpentier cold in the sixth ville Times. From the end of that
Adesnakheforsproperhirevereniceart P. Sherman in particular, the lat- round. "The editor is surprised that time until 1907 Marcosson was associ-
And finally in thst o fthings"which ter gentleman having recently pub- a, prize-fighter should be offered in- ate editor of the World's Work. In
every' co-ed should read" we would lished a work concerned with the pu- ducements so great to come to this 1907 he began three years service as
tative significance of Mr. Lewis. The country rather than the author of a a staff member and financial editor
dik "'eriac h W loanoodr'grby soe- Freeman is still 'free from the dis- great novel. Bt we are sure his sur- of th. .Saturday Event, g Post, after
n Ahoeins hmselfd"Tiyoth- l1traction of advertisements. rise is simulated; he ,must be aware which he was, until 1910, associate
I y"orsegsa m ong T thy that Carpentier, before his defeat, was editor of Munsey's Magazine.
Tubby "For he says among other ifar more popular here than Anatdle Mr. Marcosson's most famous art-
l"terwttO staiveyatltFrance and the movie-rights of Mar- icles are probably the 'following:
let hia ty gaeistan's "Batouala," in spite of the fact "How to Invest Your Savings," 1908;
ing and you are listening, he will be Gargoyles, by Ben Hecht. (Boni andt that it won the Goncourt prize, are "The Autobiography of a Clown,"
happy; but don't yawn in his face Liveright). probably far less valuable than those 1910; "The War After the War," 1916;
when he goes to kiss you good-night. The Three lovers, by Frank Swinner- of a major prize-fight between a negro "Leonard Wood, Prophet of Prepared-
T'hat fellow knows mont tsn. tGeorge H. Doran). . and a white man. ness," 1917; "The Rebirth of Russia,"
The 'Double Dealer for October has Babel, by John Cournos. (Boni and ;_ _1917; "The Business of War," 1917;
for, its outstanding feature the story Liveright). "S. 0. 5.-America's Miraclo in
"The First Born," which purports to Heartbeats, by Stacy Aumonier. (Boni THE ETERNAL HUBBUB France," 1919; "Peace and Business,"
beh,-a translation from an original by and Liveright). Man makes a great fuss 1919; "Adventures in Interviewing,"
Jogad Talenevsky. In it we have a The Moth Decides by Edward Alden About this planet 1919; "An American Adventure," 1921.
theme as old as the hills handled in Jewell. (Knopf), Which is only a ball-bearing He worked as co-author with Charles
a manner which gives a new meaning Hugo Stinnes, by Herman Brinck- In the hub of the universe. Frohman in writing "Manager and
and a new poignancy to the tragedy, meyer. (Huebsch). It reminds me Man," 1917.
wich began with the Garden of Eden. Jicriniseences of Chekhov, by Gorky, Of the staff of a hunorous weekly Mr. Marcosson is just now returning
"Tli Pig," by Wilber Lawrence Need- Kuprin and Bunin. (Huebsch). Sitting in grave conference from China and Japan with an up-to-
h'am, is frankly brutal, yet it has the Young People's Pride, by Stephen Vin- On a two-line joke. date message for America in his lee-
charm of almost perfect writing to cent Benet. holl). , -From Christopher Morley's ture Wednesday night on "The Chang-
recommend it. "The Magic in Names,'' Te Glimpses of the Moonl, by Edith "Translations fron the Chinese." ing East."
by Llewelyn Powys, is interesting, and I Wharton. (Appleton).
epens again a subject which has been Leadership and Progress, by Alfred
in the minds of men since the Phar- H. Lloyd. (The Stratford Co.).
aohs. The two poemd by Donald Dav-
idson should be kept out of the League -
The Freeman for the week of Oc-' Delbert Clark, Editor
tober 18th indulges in some pungent Donald Coney, Literary Editor ! \l /
remarks regarding the new ruling on Leo L. Niedzielski, Dramatic N A T IO N ALe bt nfre e
niarilims prohibition-en f o r use m e n t Editor
whereby no spirituous liquors at all Max Ewing, Music Editor B A N K
may be transported within three miles William M. Randall, Exchange
of these arid States. It also treats Mrs. Editor ORGANIZED 1863
W. H. Felton, junior senator for Geor- Bethany Lovell, Staff Artist
gia, in an ungentlemanly manner, al- James House, Jr., Caricaturist
leging her to possess all the essential Virginia Vaughan Tryon
W. Bernard Butler
Saul Carson
AlB members and tryouts of John P. Dawson
The Sunday Magazine staff will Howard A. Donahue
meet at Cl o'clock Monday In the Jane Eshingson
reading room of The Daily M. A. Klaver
-office. It is essential that every Helen G. Lynch
staff writer, whether permanent Dorian G: Sayder
or tryout, should be present at Regular staff meetings will be OLDEST BANK IN ANN ARBOR
this meeting. Anyone interested held at five o'clock every Mon- OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN MICHJGAN
In writing for The Magazine is day. Attendance of all Maga-
also invited to attend. zine writers on these meetings is


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Broken Barriers-Meredith Nicholson . . .$2.00
The Evil Shepherd-E. Phillips Oppenheim . . 2.00
They Call Me Carpenter-Upton Sinclair . . . . 1.75
The Glimpses of the Moon-Edith Wharton . . . . 2.00'
The Mercy of Allah-Hilaire Belloc . . .. . . . . 2.00
Tales of the Jazz Age-Fitzgerald . . . . . . . . 1.75
This Freedom-Hutchinson . . . 2.00
The Three Lovers-Swinnerton . . . . . 2.00
The Middle of Things-Fletcher..... . . . . 2.00
Carnac's Folly-Gilbert Parker . . . . . . . . . . . 2.00
Where the Blue Begins-Christopher Morley ... . 1.50
Robin-Burnett.. ..... . . . . . . . . . 2.00

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