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THE MICHIGAN

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PRESIDENT COMMENTS1
ON MAAINE ATICLE
Time, the newly famous snappy
newsmagazine, which features short
concise articles, recently printed
an extensive commentary on the
resignation of President Clarence
Cook Little and in the same issue
featured his picture on the cover.
The story, which narrated the
events leading up to the resigna-
tion and a survey of his accom-
plishments during his three years
at the University, was entitled
"Jobless Little," and elicited the
following letter from President
Little which is printed on page 2
of this week's issue of Time:
"Sirs:
After the initial shock of looking
at my own face on the cover of
Time, I appreciated and wish to
thank you for your account of the
situation here. It was, as I expect-
ed it would be, fearless, honest,
and to the point. I am looking
forward to the possibility of a
period of quiet and research on
cancer .... .
C. C. Little."
The original article and picture
appeared in the Feb. 4 issue of
Time on Pages 36-38. In the cur-
rent issue of the magazine, dated
Feb. 18, in which the above letter
is printed, there are also several
other letters commenting on the
situation here, one concerning the
work of Director Fielding H. Yost,
whose picture also appears, where
the other letter concerns Governor
Green and the Regents.
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Lillian Gish's new picture is an en-2
cyclopedia of cyclone and sand and,
to be quite frank, not much more.
We want to be impartial, we wantt
to like Miss Gish, we want to tell
you it's a whale of a picture andI
all that, but we want to be honest;
so we can't say that "The Wind" is
anything to rave about.
The story is a pot-pourri of all
the peculiar kinds of situations in
which Miss Gish has been simper-
ing in her naive way for years, and
while she carries them off well they
aren't the sort of situations that I
make for good entertainments.
When "Way Down East" was all the
rage it was somewhat of a novelty
to see Miss Gish fall for a smooth
gent and go away with him to dis-
grace, but they ought to give her
a better break.
Lars Hansen as Lige, her adoring
but bashful-- man - of - the - great --
open-spaces husband, does some
great work and deserves credit.
For those who like Lillian Gish
the picture will prove interesting;
for those who like well-photo-
graphed cyclones and terrific sand-
storms it will prove exciting; for
those who thrill at the sight of wild
horses and stampeding cattle it will
prove entertaining; but for those
who want to see just a real good
movie "The Wind" will prove noth-
ing.
We can be pleased, though. The
comedy contains a laugh or two,
the Paramount newsreel is unusu-
ally interesting, and Felix the Cat
is even better than his best. You
ought to go to the Maj just to see
the India ink bloodhounds chase
the imitation mice. G. W.

Dey's studio on State street re-
ports the smashing of its show
case windows and the theft of
photographs from the display of
J-Hop gowns. The damage is
thought to have been done about
2 o'clock Saturday morning. Last
November the show case windows
were similarly destroyed and pho-
tographs stolen, according to M. C.
Dey, proprietor.
It is thought that the damage

Lafayette
at Shelby

F. Ray Comstock and Morris

Having defeated the crack male debating team of the University
of Sydney, Australia, these members of the debating team of the
Oklahoma College for Women, Chickasha, Okla., look for other male
speakers to conquer. The girl debaters are .Ruth Saye, upper left,
and Evelyn Yeager, upper right, both of Duncan Okla., and Wilma
Jo Miller, lower left, of Chickasha, Okla., and Iris Williford,- lower
right, of Oklahoma City.
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Lafayette at Wayne Cadillac 1100
LAST WEEK
Evenings-$1.00 to $3.00; Saturday Matinee-$1 to $2.50
Schwab & Mandel Present
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