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FRIDAY, MAY 29, 192

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the old grad and the University as a
concrete whole.B ook otes
Few students realize the part that
the Alumni association is playing TROUBADOUR: An Autobiography.
with a few of the Michigan men of By Alfred Kreymborg. 1925. Boni
1900, 1880, 1870. For after all, there & Liveright. $3.
is a common bond between the grad- MEN SEEN. By Paul Rosenfeld.
uates of any institution such as Mich- 1925. Lincoln MacVeagh-The Dial
igan, one which has so much to do Press. $2.50.


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with molding the life of her friends, OBSERVATIONS. By M a r i a n ne IRecital in the IUniverslty School of
her dependents. Moore. Same $2. 1 Music at 4:1 o'clock.
The Alumni association has been XLI POEMS. By E. E. Cummings. TENs' EIA
organized primarily to keep the grad- Same. $2. THE STUDEN ' pRECITALt
uates in touch with their alma mater. Here are nine-dollars-and-a-half's The concluding program in the
In addition it inevitably keeps them ! worth of books all about artists and series of recitals by advanced stu-
more or less in touch with each chiefly poets and chiefly Americans ents of the University School of Mu-
other. This "keeping in touch" may to boot. Enough to give one pause- sic will be given tomorrow afternoon
paue-1at 4:15 o'clock in the School of Mu-
seem abstract now, but how about sufficient to make one take thought. audito'ulo y tewrChurchill,
ten earsfromnowOne ondes !sic auditorium by Steward Churchill,
ten years from now? One wonders To those who have a care for
what the Alumni association of the American poetry it has been evident and Margaret Calvert, soprano, kupil
University of Michigan and the Mich-- for some time that the New Poetry of Nora Crane Hunt. The program
igan Alumnus, the sole organ for its was, if not giving way to, at least ad- will be as follows:
expression, will mean later on. mitting to the field an even newer Gavotte in G minor...........Bach
poetry. The work of Frost, Masters, Liebestraum, No. 3 ............ Liszt
A CHAIR OF CULTURE I and Robinson and of those others Stewart Churchill
Another indication of a commend- who go with these masters has ar- Chant Hinlou.Bemberg
able trend in liberal education in rived; their mode of approach to the Cade lasera................Mililotti
present day American Colleges is problem of poetic presentation has Bonjour Suzon ..............Pessard
evidenced in the recent establishment been accepted. Now the -frontier of Margaret Calvert
of the Charles Eliot Norton professor- the arts has been usurped by a fresh Children's Corner ...........Debussy
ship of poetry at Harvard university. platoon: men like T. S. Eliot, Wallace Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum
Added significance is given this move Stevens, E. E. Cummings, and wo- Jimbo's Lullaby.
by the provision of the founder, men like Marianne Moore. Golliwogg's cake walkE
Charles Chauncey Stillman, Harvard f In "Troubadour," Mr. Kreymborg Mr. Churchill
'98, of New York city; that the Norton I giyes the secret history of this newer Wayfarer's Night Song .......Martin
professorship shall include, with movement in the ranks of poetry. Os- The Brownies................ Leoni!
verse all poetic, expression in lan- tensibly an autobiography' of Amer- The Last Hour ..............Kramer
gaage, music, or the fine arts, even to ica's inveterate cl4am'piion of small Blossom Time .............Needham
architecture. I hopes in art, "Troubadour" is really Miss Calvert
The newly founded professorship the story of the generation of artists Waltz, Op. 64, No. 2 .......... Chopin
will differ from several chairs of who come after the modern masters. Prelude in C sharp minor....... .
poetry established at other universi- ( In more than four hundred pages.....................Rachmaninoff
ties both by virtue of the condition of firm and resilent prose, Mr. Mr. Churchill
that the term "poetry" be interpreted Kreymborg contrives to tell us his Accompaniments by Gwendolyn
in the broadest sense; and that the domestic troubles, his loves, his early Wilson.
creative workers who will occupy the life, how he wrote a Democratic nom-
chair. to be chosen regardles of their inating address, and the publicity for CIRCUS!
nationality, but must be men of high ; the movie "The Four Horsemen," as A circus is coming to town the af-
distinction and preferably of interna- well as to weave into his yarn por- ternoon and evening of June sixth; a
tional reputation. traits, anecdotes, and quotations from fine, modern affair with electric lights
Evidence of gratitude for the ef- and about people whose names are as and a water wagon. The menagerie,
forts of former teachers are too sel- Mr. Rosenfeld's "Men Seen" is a they say, is colozzal, and includes
dom forthcoming from alumni ranks, household things to poetry readers. along with its other world-beating
and it is an encouraging sign that sort of who's-who of the moderns, divertissements a tremendous pageant
Mr. Stillman should designate the from a pointed commentary on of the Jungle--a thrilling, unparal-
professorship as a memorial to his I d'Annunzio to Scott Fitzgerald. His leled spectacle of divas in the manner


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On July 3, 1775, Gen. George This comm"ission was the first
Washington took command of historic document signed by ,
i~ the colonial forces at Cam- John Hancock and next to the
A bridge,Mass.,withinthe shadow Declaration of Independence,
of Harvard College. This event signed by him the next year, is
will be appropriately celebrated the most important.
oJul 3 1925. snhdThe original engrossed copy of
142 The commission, which made the Washington commission
t' jGeorge Washington "General can be seen in the Library of
and Commander-in-Chief of Congress. A photographic copy
the Army of the United of this commission, aswell as a
Colonies" by vote of the Con- facsimile of the Declaration of
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ua UPsi oateman ... use
George P. Bugbee F. . Rauner old teacher, an emblem of gratitude work bristles with the same names singing sentimental ballads from ele-
B. apln . B Ryn or he odtht P'f' hants ut' backs, of side-splitting
H. F. Clark . E. Sandberg for the good that Professor Norton that Mr. Kremborg's does; but so phants
C. Consroe F. K. Schoenfeid accomplished for Harvard. much more objectively. His attitude clowns, of cabbages and kings and all
Ge. rg enohnson A. Sr e onstoward them, however, is fully as the negro stake-drivers granding'
0. A. Jlose,Jr. M. M. SmithTI sympathetic-he puts his moneyon whacking at clanging triangles.f
R. K. Klein I. J. Winenian That's a fast one,-they're consider- Ismahtcepusis onyonITecruoftdyihglyha-
W. L. Mullins ing Oldfleld, of Arkansas, as chairman the younger generation with as ful- The circus of today is highly Chang-
of the Democratic National committee. some faith. ed from the puny thing you knew ten
Mr. Rosenfeld is the logical succes- years ago. It has become efficient ;
FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1925 The trouble with Gar Wood's race sor to James Huneker. He has the and dazzling. You should be worried
was that he was racing a train sched- same journalistic verve, the same en- about yourself if you have not apas-
Night Editor-THOMAS V KOYKKA ule, not a locomotive, thusiasm ,for dark horses, the same sion for these raucous, sene.
kindof emor, aquiitiv of'in dinotherium of the American scene.
ELECTED TO D0,-AND DOING Can YOU remember all the weather forming scraps. None of the essays
The 1925-26 Student council has records that have been made during present complete discussions of the Palmer Crian we setAh
. .the past few years?1 work of any of the artists consid- nArbita il rsn h
started in with a vengeance, and following Organ Recital;Sunday af-
Bred; they all hold out fragmentary,
shhold outmfregmentary ternoon in Hill auditorium at 4:15i
shows promise of being by far the Finding Amundsen may be a matter, judgments, half ideas, no more. "Men rno'clock: Hm
most constructive of Michigan's stud- primarily, of finding the pole. Seen" is a convenient handbook to
Concert Overture...... Maitland
ent governing bodies of the past. At --the more inaccessible of the new peo- CarillonDel t
the council meeting Wednesda~y night, This year's crop of examination re- ! pie as Marsden Hartley, Guillaume C. .amarIer
thoni etn ensa iht it nld iesl.ICapriccio......... ...Faulkes
committees were 'appointed to inves- I fs include a fire sale.__ Appollinaire, et al., but as criticism Aux Etoiles .up
____________________ it should be regarded as an outline of Toct n uu i unr Bc
tigate several matters that have long Toccata and Fugue in'D minor:.Bach
needed attention, and judging from CAMPUS OPINION the future rather than a summing up Prelude to"Lohengrin"......Wagner
the progress made thus far in bther Anonymous communications will be of the past. Goblin Dance ... . ..Dvorak
matters, the new councilmen mean to d henes ocnunsd Melody in F.............Rubinstein:
solve the problems with which they , cants will however, be regarded aIseats of the mighty, having been an- Rhapsody Catalane..........Bonnet
are confronted. frnounced as acting editor of the Dial * * *
The resolution which was passed NOT FOR SUPPRESSION in that periodical's most recent issue. THERE ARE NO TEARS, LADY
petitioning the Board of Regents to To the Editor: Other and more potent praises than "I have been a slave of the theatre.
hire a rooming house inspector is a It has come to my attention that mine have commended her lucid and It has tethered me to the mile radius
good one, and one that is really tan- there is a report being circulated scientific mind. Mr. Kreymborg of foul and sooty air, as a goat
gible. Something must be done to that the Department of Intercolle- gives, in "Troubadour," an amusing is tethered in the little circle of
improve the present rooming condi- giate Athletics bought up all the issue story of how he and William Carlos cropped and trampled grass that
tions, especially with respect to over- of The Michigan Daily of May 14 Williams hope to present her with a makes the meadow ashamed. Every
congestion, and a list of approved containing a communication written new experience by taking her to a day it clamors for its tale of written
rooming houses for men would be of by Robert C. Angell, headed "Is It ball game, but it turned that the om- words; so that I am like a man fight-
great value. With this system, an in- Worth While," the object being to niscient Miss Moore had read "Mr. ing a windmill; I have hardly time to
coming freshman could find, in the prevent this article from being dis- Mathewson's' book on the art of stagger to my feet from the knock-
office of the Dean of Students, a list tributed generally. I pitching.i.t. down blow one sail, when the next
of those houses which are most de- The facts are as follows: When I Her verse is somewhat akin to that stricks ne down.
sirable as living quarters. read this communication, I believed 'of Mr. Eliot, but still very much her "Consider my position. Consider
irabe as living qurters ren ad tis d cnunicationr Ix believes own. She "belongs" to the same ten- how humiliating it is, after making
But a nmore important action was that I should secure five or six copies dec-h d-mtonizn ofp- the most dazzling displays of profes-
the appointment of an Honors Course of this issue in addition to the one I y
committee. This committee is to received and the one sent to the Ath itry. Let me quote a fair sample: sional ability, to have to tell the peo-
I TAnItaMrlRtpie how clever it all is. Besides,
study the advisability of establishing letic office. These I mailed to some Y o ma inkofm ay mn the get tieder it at in. B ith-,
. You make me think of many men thygtirdf ,thtinlywh-
honors courses, such as now exist in prominent University of Michigan O
theEngishandecoomis dpar- mn.Once met to be forgot again out dreaming of disputing the alleged
the English and, economics depart- men.brlinth le
ments, in other departments of the There was no effort made to buy Or merely resurrected brilliancy, they begin to detest it. I
In a parenthesis of wit sometimes get quite frantic letters
University. up the issues ad no attempt was That found them hastening through from people who feel that they can-i
In the appointment of this Honors matte by anyone, anywhere to secure it not stand me any longer.
Course committee, the members of for the Athletic association more than T
Student council have taken a defi- the EIGHT COPIES, which were' 0riskutoibesinspted methe rateful are:themaaers.mAey
nite step forward; they have brought purchased at the office of The Michi- Mmforeearin l Ino:etheyf areoiml
than one conventional soul with- his Ifrbang. Istead of looking upon
out the fact that at least a part of the gan Daily. These copies were brought freakish foreign ways with poetical me as their guide, philosopher and
student body wants the Universiy to for distribution-not for suppression. typography. In the first of his forty- friend, they regard me merely as the!
get away from its present factory- FIELDING H. YOST. aythrrh.nt-one poems he says, speaking of sky-atherof esofailva
like form, grinding out knowledge, Ison their profession and privacy.
and to open the way for more indi- LET THE WOMEN SWIM! tsg:"These circumstances will not bear
vidual work. Real knowledge does To the Editor:th k thinking of. I have never had time
not come from absorbing lectures, It seems to me that it would be a was to think of them before; but now I
and books which hold no interest for splendid move on the part of the man- have nothing else to do. Ten times
the individual, but rather from the in- agement of the Michigan Union if it can dy lu today I am compelled to reflect on
terested pursuit of some particular would extend the privileges of theI minousd!my past life, and I can never justify
subject. The Student council has new swimming pool to women of the edible myself the- spending of these three
recognized this fact, and it is to be University during certain hours of the spry years o dramatic criticism. I have
commended for taking a definite step week. Such an offer would receive, pinks shy sworn an oath to endure no more of
comened ortakmt a deinte te II am sure, the hearty assent of time! lemons
toward more honors courses. In of the Uerty. It wold geens cit. Never again will I cross the
Imen of the University. It would greens coo lchocthreshold of a theatre. The subject
"I WANT TO I BACK" scarcely deprive them of opportunities olate is exhausted; and so am I.
Oftimes one wonders just how r swiming. If necessary a nomi- "Still, the gaiety of nations must
fhte nest woe M usgtn, hoy nal sum could be charged to prevent ! This curious business is the her!- not be eclipsed. The long string of
much the University of Michigan, any loss to the Union. tage of the greatest war for democ- betiful lad h
university in fact, means to the grad-e utnifultdnw thot tha r n ps rnn thnti tnnk im willv-niillv to-__.-----ent-in-


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