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__________-GLEE CLUB'S SUCCESS DUE I and the style will inevitably be found
LARGELY TO G. 0. BOWiENi clothing the soul as the ditlicate spray
and glistening waters clothe the
ie m a (Continued from Page Eleven) mlghty force of Niagara.
iyMusic in Flint, from whence hie "Hieroglyphics" does not, as Van
-- - ----- wascalled three years later to head 'Vechiten effusively claims, "glow with
Tunerth the Department of Public School miu-j the requisite quality" (of ecstasy)I, but
sic in the University School of Music, 'it does convey A general atmosphere
d cast of exceptional where he has gained a wide reputa- 'of detachm ent from mere pedantry
ch CairouWndse or- tion as a musician. and an attachment to a Ahadowy idea
rch roun TheCor- Mr. Bowen is vice-president of the "that may be described is ecstasy. Let
uerth today through Alusical Directors' association, editor ,us consider the point of ecstasy In
nneth Harlan is the! of the Music Supervisors' Journal, di- relation to the present literature. To
.th Hobart Bosworth. roctor of imisic in the. Ann Arbor expecrience ecstasy requires a certain.
Pauline Stark, Cyril' schools, and professor In the School; fineness of 4enge=,--certain setnsitive
ge Cooper, and Mar- of Mvusic. chorrie that are fttune so as to re-
complete the line-up. At the beginning of school last fall, sp udnc to the righit toucrh. 13ut ti
rch Around The Cor- Mr. Bowe(,n conducted a series of try- p. PeClt generationt is broadi not deep.
ry, ri w r efly of Da i out s in couthof th e,100hench er shard : of demanou is forhalit ea re h a dwri g m n r haee e u e o21e clen i g r . t t o m d o rt n b o s
Morton, daughter of loin( ear, ag the Children's iMay, a doarth of genuine literary authors.

perlence in chorus 'work has been es-' PAL W 0'Ii 7M'+AN
tensive, and he is now musical direct- HERE ON iTV
or of the University Glee club.-
Mr. Er'ic DeLamarter, who comies to (orminie fron
the Festival to direct his own compos- Elandi a schllwi
ition, the Concerto for Organ and Or- -ndi shortly it wil
chestra, No. 1, is a native of Michigan. ike a floweor. Pt
He is a graduate of Albion college, and' rnuIICh- talenI t. t he
also, studied in Chicago. His musical thres of a ig a
education was completed abroad, fol- s t jivi ng to find ex
lowing which he returned to Chicago, nr1 ea ;rt spirit, no
where he has since been unusually as Vgne:, doon
prominent in musical circles. He is nlui Athe press
an organist of note and now holds the kowsl i said that ai
fposition of assistant conductor of the not iceable in mod
Chicago orchestra. Palmer Christian, disr'egnrdl of thlec
University organist will play the organ a ,2l 1, lp t1
part in Mr. DleLamarter's Concerto at tones, the (levelop
the Wednesday concert. , inic ins in mus11c

mi Page Thirteen)
is growing steadily,
ill hurst into bloom
nt. though theis
Nvoi'Id is9still inl the
[rest, for which it is
;xpression. Thero is,
n great genius, such1
[,Rinlg the world of
cnt time." Dr.% 3to-
mong the tendenciesF
1cmr music vva ithe
oldi major scale for
d entirely of whole
})merit of dolor' cony-
is and the tOndency
duction or the qjuar-
local appearance of
ill be placed on sale
r's. Graham's, and
es, and the Univer-

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A woman lawyer, Lucille Pugh, hasj
been engaged by the 9dwards familyj
of North Carolina to press their claims
for $100,000,000 worth of real estate
located in the downtown section ofE
'New York city.

41 1 Atl.11 )~)towar'd the i l 'od
ter tone.
jTickets for the
!Mr. Whiteman aril
tomorrow at Wal
Slater's bookstore
sity Music House.

mine owner oppressing Festival Choruis -wa organized from,
s. ~studients in the uipper pirimary grades

Tnrpin in
1," "Fill)from
news conclude

"Asleep at the
the Press," andl
the W'uerth earlyl

of the Anrn Arbor public schools. Un-
noer he direction of Mr. B~owen during.
tnef NJs few ye ars, this young orgni-
:s;iou )hns been one of the delights of


!t Not Alan Put Asunder" is a {tthis series of concc,.ts. at
exposition of the eternal gues ta,
w'hich has baffled men andl wo- fe
of all tinges, -divorce treatecd ,herogtyphics t
seea nlsadwvnit toplay of intense human inter- (C!ontinuedI from Page Twelve) Irr
The locale of the story shuitsI Is art contained in the design andsy
Amercan civilization to Euro- laying out of plot,--in the mere con- se.
ctlre in a cliain of dramatic. trivance of incidents? Emiphatically, h
nces in which Pauline Frederick no! Such a. process' is not art, butn
ou Tellegen achieve new heights ;artifice,---an adaptation of means" to !n
vin added laurels. The picture end, mere execution usurping the lau-t
s Miss Frederick's return to the ' rels of creation.
n after an absence of one year, If good style be interpreted to mean 4'.
g which she has appeared on theI clearness or delivery, it fails as a cr-'
terion of art. If it means a choicen
o "Snub" Pollard in "Join the 'use of words, that combine to render;
s." "Rupert of 1Hentzau," Sir a harmony which affects us with an
ny Hope's sequel to "The Pri-' almost inexplicable (elight, then style
of Zenda," is announced for an is the "glorified body of the highest
showing. literary art."' While the idea is the lof
soul, style is the body of art in litera- jan
Arcade lE ure. qi
y Peggy, diminutive star cif Some exception must be taken to s
less successes, scores again in Mr. Machen's statement that a book in
Law Forbids" which plays to- may fail in style and still be fine jce
through Tuesday at the Arcade. literature. "Fine literature," says he,
:ast surrounding the "Baby Bern- "is simply the expression of the eter: ti'
is one of parents in the story na hnsta r nmn-e~de

tis more logical to. believe the con-
ary, howeve'r, ,since; art always re-
"'ts the attitude of the period. True,'
'oIpb- attrib~ute a. sociological-value to
i hbooks as "Janet March" and "The
Iind BOW 110Y." Continuing their
rgument, why not have every student
%ke a course in sociology under P~ro-
ssor Cooley, in which there are only
t o books to be. read. The process
:u Id be less expensive and much
tore comp~rebensive tlian the present
ystem of devouring each new "best
11lcr." The objection, I presume, is,
eo fact that the method proposed does
ti provide as, great and as varied a
uamber of "thrills" as the other.
(Continued trom Page Thirteen)
fthe term, .possesses unusual talent
nd has had much experience. These;
1aalitles, with an enth-usiasm and in-
dring personality have 'contributed'
alarge measure to his artistic sue-.
Some years ago the Children's Fes-
ival chorus was organized from stu-.
tnts in the upper primary grades of
to Ann Arbor pu~blic schools, and each
ear the contribution of this young or-
anization has played an. important
art in the Festival concerts. George'
tcar Bowen directs this chorus. M Nr."
Wwen is a member of the faculty of
he School of Music, and teathe5 s
c in the Ann Arbor schooles. His ex-'

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fatuatlon and broken marital
Winnif red Bryson, the dark
ire of "Thundering Dawn," is
erful figure as the blonde charm-
ho lures the father, and Joseph
.ng, who played the title role
'he. Miracle Man," is the impres-
rl'. judge. Ably supported by
cast, Baby Peggy romps through
ramatic story making her au-'
e laugh a bit and cry a bit. At
,d she solves a problem that
n-ups with their sophisticated
are unable to fathom.
,oder River" comes to the Arcade
?edzesday. The picture is one
e oi~cial and authentic ones re-
d by the U. S. War department I
'ashington and shown only by
an 'organizations. "Powder Rilv-
wa pictured in France by the
army signal corps in order tol
,e a part of- the historv of Ameri-
part in the World War.
ter Keaton has soaring ambli-
in "Sherlock, Jr.,"~ the regular
re, length laugh picture, which
s to the Majestic today to re
through Wednesday. First he'
3to marry the village belle.'
d by Kathryn McGuire, and then'
spilres to become a great de-
re. He is foiled in both pur-
by the village sport, played by
Crane. A watch is stolen and'
w takes charge of the investiga-
ordering everyone searched, as
instructions in his correspondenc,-
1l book, "Hlow To Become a' De-
e." The villain, however, has l
ed a pawn ticket for t-he watch
iste's pocket, and Buster is in
ace. "Sherlock Jr." is just a
er of laughs and coupled with a
White comedy, "MVidnight Blues."
sw Fable Cartoon, Lyon H'owe
e Podge, and "Thle Fly," a Hl
microscop~e picture, we have a
ally giggly program for the
part of the week.
e Dawn of Tomorrow" is fea-
the latter part of the week. The
headed hy Jacqueline Logan in-
s5 David Torrence, Raymond
Lh, Guy Oliver and Marguerite
.on. Jacqueline Logan just reach-
ght down into the hearts of her
one in her characterization of
ily classified for' real results

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apart into a lonely place, far from the fg
common course of life." Agreed,-'p
yet upon reflection, one cannot fail OE~
t6 conclude that if one but conceive { Bc
of the genuine idea, be he enabled to th
give~ utterance to it at all, the words' ic

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