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March 01, 1929 - Image 3

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MARCH. 1, 1020

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U C fH I HI GAS ownGoes 1To See
Nil ~U U THIN Biriover .Inati r'ted;
1WE tOH OLD -POETRY, oiia Is Special Invitee
Politcal c i o; n c v rofessor Js
- 11es~idnt Ele O
iAMOUlS AMEIV lCAN PVOUT ND VProf. Everett S. Brown of the po-
JIOURNALIST LEC T,RS. ON litiC'al sciencec clpaitment lm~ves
"SONG AND LAUGH1TEA11 today Ifor ~Wshington to attend
the inaiigir~aon of the president.
AUDITRIUM PA CEM P1ofe -"or Brown, who is a per-
a .cquaintance of the presi-
dent-elect, has 'received special in-
ifllustratcs Lecture BY Selections vitations to be4 prese~it, at cere-
Of Both hlumor'Anid't'ragedy mxones in coinnection with the in-
' Fi+rom ill1s Ownt Works augural, On Saturday afternoon
"Although Lthere may be such. a Lionfor athei'm tuanrsnf I0hliter'
thing' as new movements in poet- staffs at thle 16ove rersiden'c-oar
ry, there is no such thing- as new S street. Sunday evening he will
poetry or old poetry,' said Arthur be present at a gathering of the
Guiterman, well-known American Hoover Overseas andWrSevc
poet, in a lecture on "Song and d atlzato w;lh w S ervice
*L tghter" delivered at 4:15 o'clock! aiit 'wle ilbehl t
the Wardmn n Park hotel.
yesterday afternoon in the Natur- professor Brown's acquaintanceI
al Science auditorium. "A true with Hooter resulted from. their
jpoet simply, uses the language and
idioms of his time, while poetry,acitynthltewrFotre
as such, does not chanuge." years activity orl Brown ,Ws 'at the
Contrary to early ?1'eliefs, free head of "a special information serev-
verse was not the latest, but thei ice at Washington. Duping this
earliest development in poetic ex-' time he supplied the Food- admin-
presionaccrdin toGuiterman.'j~ istrator with a daily report of con-
While poetry and song have a-,
ways been closely related, and tive to his wor k. When Hoover
even in early times were consider- Was abroady Professor Brown
ed synonymous, the primitive cabled him ,twige a week, keeping
Chants show the tendency toward' hit posted on pertinent develop-
free verse, he averred. Even parts ments n .this side of the sea,
of the Bible were in poetic form l Since the war, Professor Brown
when translated by the scholars has not lost contact with his form-
of the time of King James I who er chief, and he actively supported
in their °work put it in. the rude him in the recent presidential
Cadence of barbaric chants in- ampaign.
stead of in iambic pentameter, as
mght have been done, the poet Wo enDsaprv
continued. m nDsprv
"The humorist, whether in poet- Hairy Upper Lips
ry: or prose, should be mnuch miore
tha a unn-ma," uitrma IThe early decline 'and virtual
stated. in a second -section of his Jetnto;fth utcea
talk~. "There is a tendency toexicon fth muahesa
separate the" work of comic nature masculine adornment is predicted
into three distinct types, satire, as a direct result of the ad -
wit, and humor. It should be re- verse sentimlent now found on the
memnbered, however, that' all ofcapsItiinerdfo th
fthe apparent separation comescapsItiinerdfo th
only~ from the spirit of the writer, testimony. of those interviewed
While the satirist hates what he that the women of the University
laughs at, the humorist loves the are overwhelmingly, opposed to
object of his laughter." mustaches. Men with light or reds
Guiterman was introduced to an! hair should especially avoid de-'
audience which packed the Natur - veloping A growth o(n their upper'
al. Science; auditorium by Prof. lips, and 'All others should be,
M'orris P. Tilley, of the English good-looking and dark-haired bei
de.partment. fore taking the final step.




It is, fully worth your while. to
drop around to the Michigan this
week if for no other reason than
Lo see one Venus.a Gould whio gives
a really excellent series, of "im-
pressions." Among the. subjects of
her initerpretation arc Lenore
Ulrcf, Ted. Lewis, 'Sophie Tucker,
Helen Morgan, and Toni Patricola.
Miss Gould is furnishin~g the bs
entertainment that has been ons
the Michigan boards in quite sontic
time and she ;deserves all the cOhl-
mendation which can ,be.,given her.a
ManiifeStly. she. , is laboring under
no small buzrdn, for the art, of
mimic presupposes on,, the par t!
of- the, audience, a knowledge of
th~at which is the., subject. of th e
mime. Sucl4 audiences, are dis-
tinctly not in the imjoiity. and for
this reason Miss Gould's ability is
niot appreciated to the full extent
of -its worth-uforatirnat'eiy.
The. othfer end of the double bill
is a. sketch called "AroundTe
Corners." Considering the, sort of
thing it, is no. can lodge any biiting
complaint. Just .another version of
the M. ipling's, 'The, colonel's
lady, and Judy O'Grady are sisters1
under the .skin," supplies the imo-
tivation of which the most is madce.
If you 'are 'a d'evo'tee of abduc-
tions, pistol shots, bravado, and
millionaire's sons. in disguise, (we
can't say that we are);.Rod La Roc-
que in " Love Over Night" should
receive.your enthusiastic approval,I
(and neither _ can we .say that itI
does receive ours.) However,, in all
due fairness, we must remark t hat
Jeaniette Loiff acts ',as a timely balm
to- throbbing retinae.
We intentionally avoid any vitu-
peration pertaining to the instal-
lation of Vitaphone apparatus in
the local hush houses.
I n.. i.; Jr.

The story of a thrilling battle the propellor suddenly broke away
against fire when their plane burst and fell ®to the ground, and
into flames in the air was told the plane nosedived into a river
yestrda byCommnde Lerix swamp. Both LeBrix and Paillard
yeserdy b Comaner ~e~ixmiraculously escaped with a few
center,. and his two associates, minor injuries, while Jouse 're-
Jousse, radio operator, left, and i ceived more serious cuts 'on his
aillard, right. The three were legs and is in a Burma hospital.'
flying over a Burma village in the I________________
plane pictured above on thieir i
flight 'from Paris to French In do-
China. While the. fliers fought to]
extinguish the fire in the engine, °


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WASHINGTON. -- Proposal for
tii~ appropriation of $5,000 for the
'erection of an igloo for press rep- ,
reseritatives, Outside of. the S street
home of President-elect Hoover in
Washington, has been introduce
into' the 'House of Representatives 1
by ;Representative Black of New




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