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THE 1\IC14IGAN

DAILY

SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1925

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Cinemnia

be miade to keep the bes5t studenits which i > both satisfied a iid still

fromi becomiing inarrowl~y boldsh,- for ;further 4stir:nlat odlI y his progressi ve
b~y so mluch will tteir wxorth as syiI- col'(11wst of 'train e toiritorv. II 0 'ex-
(Continued from Page Fifteen) (I hols be d(im'iniished. IndedO tiie: pre- ,1)0(0(11noesthie greathest sef-ox pression
maunder of the week will be "TheI vale-nt. though usually unf oundedoi, idea. i 1Vatering a ,u1ject Nwhen t he
Torndo" ith ousePetes an Rut that the -oodl studIents is an individ-, tea(Ihs ae isuts iS.1iry as a guidle who
ual with thick glasses andI no inter- . 011)15 I t'? way for his own exiara-
Clifford. The picture is based on thnayhne)t esn osnuh in.I stecosi~ns fnw
stage play of the same 'name, and eti ntigbtlsosde ic in.I stecncoseso e
to exalt the athletic hero. who is ire-' tO'd ions betweven phenomena, of a!
while it is primarily a series of spec-
tacla hzars nddetrutinitgarded as more of an all-around inan, ;changed organization in tho mind,.
has dramatic value as swell. In a Another notion which- will have to be which makes the learning priocess adl-
background of towering trees where combattedl positively is that the ath- venturous anid enjoyabhle.
logging operations are in full swing lt' oeami nefs evc o That the 'colleg'e has not generally
man has sought the wilderness and his university, while the scholar's 01)-, ucee nscrn such self-ex-
ject is thesecfish oninf securing
its demands to forget that a wvoman eLithsefhon ofavnigllsiihisoamhiisvelkw.
wohdpoietowitiller-his own interest. The palpable mnac- lrsini coarhpiIelkon
turned fromisaedhad ai ihed re-o hefre saeet sol "The love of American undergrad-
turnd fom rane,-hadmarieda cracyof he ormr sateentis nlyuates for college activities (among
man whom, he deemed a. friend. The! excelled by the absurdity of the lat- which activities study is never by
three are brought together again in ter. any chance included) and the belief
this atmosphere, and after various Methods ofIt ncremsim., Self-Expressmn of the American public in the edu-
*sxplanations, everything is righted. i In the Perfortmnce of cational value of these ac tivities is
AChristie comedy, "Stupid but B3rave" Asns Ieltp etolTssoni c ilue, in panat at least, to the fa:ct that
and kinograms will " complete the A es fsl-xi sini c-i them undergradlua.tes find more
screen program. deii work is vital to a high degree of scope for their intellectual initiative

in actlivit ies is just if[ed. If t he rogula r
cu1rricul]hun co(uld(1offer Ithe same op-;
porat it iy f or' thme developmenflt, of in-
diclwnd;'nce and initiative that is now
offered by ci u hs and teames and] college
jou: md,;, some of the energy which
unidergi'a:lua tcs ph.t into these mis-'
cell" neouts pursuits would go into!
their studies Avith infinitely greater
educat ional result."
'" (Continued next. Sunday)

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