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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1923

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MOM SEVIr..V

BQOOS-AND WRITERS Istories and an estimate.of-Theodord offense was to _translate the new tests- their holdings in the Smart Set con>
to (otnudfo Page Sisthe Dreiaer, . . rieser'a own esti- nsmeat into readable Anmerican. . pany. . . Perhsaps this explains
same as Schaliapine,. and he mustmat. .Jesus, who was not the Christ, was deeonnt thbsne
know which index to search hin if hemae .rcntdvlpnsinhebies
woul fid ot te msicl cree ofThiscals t miI te fct hattwoanaesthetized for three days and then plc fteoaaie
woud fnd utthemusca caeerof Tis all t mid te fcttha tw :hustled out of his tomh? . . . to- Miss Harriet Mtoore io hack from
Claudia Muzin. For his hook, like significant biographies are otill new ietlyD.Gosee' il ssuoe ndhsbe diigPer
Mr. Elson's, is a pieced-np affair, ar-enuhthenra bymotfus appearing serially in that eninently for a wscek. .Not only does she
raneadesthanof hcniecf t he"publisheryel,"whteno heandetaleseet teCiaoEe- most significant of Dreiser's books erespectabie pobeetjthealChicagohE
reade tha of he pulishr an theing' Posta . The secretary o1 in ti'ese parts; she does the most
author. It nmakes an excellent supple- is one ts readt at leasst twice. It is the macrican Secular Union is iouealdio'- J;aEuop
meet to the Victor catalogue, thoughfak n onsingnaral ~uethe pails iegularly. . .' . is.lo'iio.iset.various,. rilers, in-
and is a bandy reference bosh at lihe tuire of the developnsent of a youing___
tit o.. susfstvla oDit. one ic"ic ltiii '-Arthur iiV leyErFnest RIhys,
bre fa uc etia. lnCholvL t-awodr-ie nAmerican lh.toiy Auneen Ceild& Let', of Chicago, ace goig Us.C ason-cSctt, Tli onta'
y _________to__ te 'trpiaLwionbl~ i ishlia hook of newspaper e -1oi~,J .SquicetCle'iet Shorter,
il'ts F tI I (ts'1 ' ' ' ' tci by 'o & Itt<lS about (. t io'n tG. ilarit e ll iz4 Sn lir, l ec( a N' 1e 1, Jothn
I Do t 2'"Et Ii "11.I' eiNiohi'is n 1 t i d Wa Just oll-." Gtlsworthy, SaeyAuni'ner, Con-
0.)0. 1f3 I title is painfutly iirutihful' aidit e i ienic ar eiv nil many
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ta" gea ii rst i I'so it.'' IClIt
'tetsI' -civ-'itCesltill'.,a dtelce
lientelig Oeo°o~
,uccit oos Wil t' e Fo le aad
-iMen" by ttherwoc) I Ande. iii
It will conitalin a iiumiber of sicr"

Nev
The coat and the
season-
These collectionse
correct and satisfyi
Featuring all the
luxona, fracine-
And the favoritec
fox, caracul.
The displays are r
better known deaiE
flare ideas.

n..110 OfD-1Eg111. ft 11\ ._ . v
Drahllmay hp'
bringing forth nor than 't ei'. ,ji t F },It' .11'S cu ar I tsii . ic
ti el11isa 5cry ,L the '>> e iby l i t 'Oilo110icntle1tile ili:Ceny-
pr- :a he itt" l- sluoC I1" 1itli. -"1 Nt it ., Aihal:h~ ot l-1of o'tudeit dtlucatics..
(lpith I "Itt."ot, otfttiltnint' " .1. l n .'.yta.,;:gthttenW esd ,Octo1.r 17. "The
oil (scu . t'"n hs Itil! t ;hy huvelt ) ()Itl I llaofti' Deayii'slla" of bEugene O'Neill aiid
"0e tisetaturm swhclii cdetlil 511ma1r11SetE'iwiitht"e-Decmerucuim-tt Mliy'illc's "Sixeet snd'T'wenty" are
t. edor1,.Dit .i p"=e ,I,. I ' e ly lC .iindthaiit tey11avelillp1s1ii o.1the lay-u li le iireseted;t 'which den-
otctten that the selection at least
o ha been sound,,Ithogiperapaa
_ bit amiios. But. as this organiza-
ion hanslauilt III a strong blwark of
insialili'ed successes we cannot ex-
Pet nor they afford to exhibit any-
thictug of nediocre value.
Perhaips you are 'wondering about
-the function of this "news sytem" to
which I have recently referred. The
exact purpose has not been made pat-
ent to date, but as nearly as I can
discover the results are advantageous,
in fine, it is an amalgamation of alt
campus Thespian societies for the
conamon good. The greatest benefit
seems to rest in the extermination of
conflicting engagements.
The cast which the Daily announced
for the "Dreamy Kid" some stays ago
has been altered. Madeline M~urk,
'25, Elizabeth Pike, '24, Christine Ad-
dison, '24. and Donald E. L. Snyder,
'25, constitute the personnel, which
will do this intense miniature tra-
gedy. O'Neill has condensed tie sub-
ject matter of a full play into a single
act. It is an etude of fear in an Etbe-
opian from a point diametrically op-
posed tothe-"Emperor Jones," I feel
quite positive that "The Deramy Kid"
is the masterpiece among O'Neill's
curtain-raisers.
Comedy Club .foresaw that we
should need a strong antidote to lbe
thrilling O'Neill play, so they have
1 wisely included Floyd Del's comedy
; !( to alleviate any attacks of neurosis or
hysteria. The cast includes June
r Knisely, '2, Willard Spanagel, 'IE,
L. 0. Palmiter, '24, and Crosby Rees.
ST'RUGGLE
My soul is like the oar that momen-
tarily
F u ^,.jrts_ nd W apsDies in a desperate stress beneath
i/ ( the wave,
wrap occupy a supremely important place in the new the sea:
Each second I'm new-born from
some new grave.
express the innovations in style in the way that is most (Sidney Lanier)ng"Sceyso cilzsthupl-
new soft pile fabrics - gerona, fashona, marvella, ished; a life of business makes the
most open circumspect. Literary la-
bors, which by .means of the press
collar and cuff furs, kit fox, beaver, black and taupe cone before a great public find resist-
ance and correction on all sides. But
the artist is for the most part con-
otable for the larger number of the favorite models of fined to his narrow studio and aa
gners of the approved tube silhouette and the circular few dealinfgs sae with those who pay
for his works, with a public thai is
often guided by a certain sickly feel-
$59.00-$1I00.00-and up to $200.00 ing with connoisseurs who worry hin,
with actioneers who receive anything
new with formulas of praise and eti-
mation that would be too high for the
® mst pefect."
-From "Introduction to the
. Propylaea" by Goelli.'
Cr'.in pets uma'tial
A Vetis ompare sfenet
'st eerls"a belle fnic a cia.'
c'cs't poa'r Vents en"n''e rai~.o
("Guiclar'"l

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