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November 23, 1924 - Image 12

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Joseh Hercesieinmer

IConeofin j Jaries H ),3,-.Jr.
S It is the fate of the University t



pass her more gifted sons into thej
world without the official benediction
of the dliploma. Walt Louderback, a
popular illustrator, and F. P. A., too
swell-known to require a label, are
cases at point. James Mouse seems a
candidate for simnilar honor.
SIlis caricature oi Joseph Ilerge-
i he n er, Yli) rod'uctdtil thIis )page iS
one with a slxetch Uf 11. L. 2lcncken to
appear recently in the N*,ew Yor~k
Times Book Review.
In the surm-ner of i922)hl i mgratedj
to Philadelphia, after a four year's
sojourn in the Unliversity and without
having completed his course in the
jLaw school, and entered the P'ennsyl-
vania Academny of Pine Arts. ie -Mll1
be remrembered b~y the older m~embers
of this institution as; art editor ofj
jChimcs and as the edlitor of Gar'oyle.

I addiction for digesting the cm into ulot.'That i to say, I, never map out
hi wnGod-given truths." ;ystorie.I get an idea and the
e and rni .makes itself. If I did map out
This and IThat IBARON 'PA1AAL " ( story.i he people wouldn't tdo the
known as "The 0.I1-lenry of IDcr~ihiinl s 1lairrngedl. I am not very
_________________--- 1 mark," arrived in New York last !choicladIwiesol.
week, to confer with Channing Pol-t
THE F'OLLOWING quotation is lock regarding his translation of Pol- C"RISTOPHERil MORLEY, has said
from the introduction to William Al- lock's The Fool. The Baron's ver- r linger:ing adlicu to his pisturesque
lMa htesWoro sn:Thesion of this world-wide p~lay will b(eO1littio villa., "C'los Mai-got," on the
staged in Copcnliagen about C'hrist- Eost of Normhandy, and is now en-
iaHsr~f~S I ~~ itlitof )Us, and immnediateliy a ftekr ':rd ii!rote to to ' , rica. Before sailing, lhe
Mifflin,) !Sto(A 1azil. lBaron oi ivn s Itli C S' ~ CI diidys with 01(1 friend1s in
''This book will try to tell the i story, a )uthor of 1I,'O ,shoirt stoi es, 45 novels i1:.i
as simply as may be told, of a mnan, and :)fl ! aw Pck erbert (A. P. H.T,
Iis. tilles anid his .task.Ii" Ills prtisans! ( 'ai-ics Scribner's Sons?:lian to l 1 ,'' .'.rtS, ''and wt ~itsailing
have idealized his virtuies and have 1thhanwbo yIu .Lr- nlk ~b ln h hmsna
ncer ine the sprirng, andl have t< lenr over Clviswic U ( "v boarded his craft at the
,sought to create a suljerhbulnan - sonic all his hoo< ks fr'om forr p1,-blishers } liiimo i s lack stcnp of the louise by the
sor't of Heaven-sent Messiah 1to r v'-,, wiha viewV1,o issi1g tile."")imn l4 -i' ~i; hr) Te'L'hamcls at Ciw
(lem alawicked uworid froin lifli(lty. ;form sty . Mr IT. Tardrtier, auithorO hiteaofe *etarid Sur lv)is
ills enemieds- alas, they lhave SeOn :t'"hlow - to Write -htirt :Stories' haz~s 1' - Sf edons river; it £even ihas a
wea kne's thlrough lrthe green aui ;2 ti e ftly I'C1 i-neod to Ithis counllw l, <ter id(,ble1 1h1;dcby Swhi ChI moan ithere is
glassecs of envy and hate, anld a lille visiting Mr. aril Mr's. T,. Scott Fits- a Jong vendy iii vi of island li the
01(1 striped devil they lhave m ylad '.of Ih 90" ldt ; -Hy r(:,. liranco. (11idl Nwhich i ivi(le'.s it into two chan-
him. H-e was net ithler od nor flhm'l, ICAR)PR ., h -' athiof31, el. ei-her ,Bi)Uls his ppia're time


____hut in ?; Sl x, P li.t i (csm e' a saly,
S Mr. and 'Mrs. Leoi A. Mlakiclski of il~-gd~etcm ih the
Geddes Avenue, entelfrtaine~d ,,t anl inl- Ioar-frost of the C t '. r veon hIi
formal tea for the fac.ulty We dnesday ;publhic mlanner, with an -academic re-
afternobon. 'spect for facts, and with a Calvinisticr
at the amount of stuff you cano inooe fou trvlg
bags. You'll 1Ise suirpried, eod -i
~ - - pleased too, at liii sweillan
N ance ?and really 1ie11 t y thoth
/u; in side andI out w =fn vo n~ learny
A inallrIoOtl2as ltheragooees

ku *1 51-iTWO U a~i U a'Davi 'Penri aphun rqip . p, GrC' OI 01~ ' 110 0 herof his two
Am8- ,: ?X n A. ?t'. n4Y of t-igiit Vy-ars'.0AI ie-.( n i'ele Vin i;th 1
with ti; , l maet pub! cation of j , - (1_ -~i a o'L , hut accrm
,7r1 cc 1 and I:t"'' Weston i {10 1e;.° ':, 'I rxn)08?''.2o it out7,-,to ibe
?Mifflin). IMr. l'rvcn in vwrHI n:gabout M'r :. (-Minnie and Winie slep
his s7toriel say "I never work on a in NA 'helL' ec)i",

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Man ems

Athor of Milisand, from a dra-s ing from life by Jamies Mouse, Jr. ~ too. Just bear in m indi that if
______it's %?nythFing in 1icather, Cexcep t
partial to people with visions. Linda estate, is an_ appropriate title. It t heit' vs here. it bstan
Condon lived in a vision of. supreme stands .for the man and his past. For atteb.s pi.
beauty; Lee Randc~n alwavys came him f t-= stands too for the future of, jv I
back to the idea of the goddess of his liie,- The pathos of the tale lie..)dBl sosse ih I:tecrankoldg httef-if cr
the vision of Lavinia Roderick, even tuire- is about to 'break sharply w'ith! i "Luggage for Michigan Menug arig and Women"ht......te at h NwAeic sdwn --
" r rr rr r r +4 n , . "; : r rr ar r" a+is th e k ey to th ou se c ret life o f th e in g w h en p la n ta tio n s w ill b e cu t in to " - -_
man and in a way the explanation of ;farms. We now are able toharr i--_ g_
his character; the one thing thatth trend farther: we know that te l
makes him acceptable, farm have been cut into subdivisions. (i 11!
Balisand, the namec of tile hero's -Panurge. HIM'i
1 wll 9
will n, 11In '
63.!2 FOREST AVENUE, 9 D. &
Special 'Turkey.. Dinner Anllracde9 per to, .
$.5.1:30-2:30 , } '7. 1... " ,i *Slv yI !*
Mlakc Your Than~sgfvng HWil
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qull14eC Su g s;7u B yP'i~~- 1'l2B--fie lc
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Theat Won't BeYogte Buyl

6 0'(-clc Tuc esday, Nov. 25


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Remember to Get Seats
10z to 6 Tomorrow or 10 to 8 Tuesday
Box Office, H-ill Auditorium
$2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 50c
U I Tre~s ty of 'Mchigan GlGee Clue
r~'' ~1A scij ion n ine city ~onnen
+, adu .l o cs"m'ic:;i) Ccl!einw-F llchcr Drug Co.s

it +fiE *,$'d ;'.S 3X'isP1:V*.&: " .°lt i4i[#"'t:' '1'1Yi '..,: Xc:7 & Si. f '4"' 'R""t"'i" .>+ih .. :Rfr .. .t . ;6f"1..Q64.'1i!'. " 31 ,i-, St. \.


t 'M ,r.Ma ; I'aZC. rcw'.Mt MW wt~neJ~s romn~a~t.

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Let Us Show You the Largest Stock in T own
Schianderer & Seyfried
R 3 04South Main
112 East Liberty Street
KThere's no better Gift thanI
hFurniture for Christmas
We've been planning for six
' ' 1months for our Gift Department.
We feel we have a comprehen-
sive selection.!
Chia~-~~cz ~eLAMPS
with covered back( Bridges
and -spring seat.
under couches!. - ~
Corn'fortable: Chairs --


Pie kires of
now on sale at
are pictures that
yo will want.
Jiake your

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IS yourThereare shoes
Extra Prf~ that look good
Oftrn the wvindow.3;
shoes that wear well but niot
stylishly, on your feet. The dsa
tintive pointabout imhart
Shoes is that they are con-
structed for Style-Service-
extra long. rTest it!


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