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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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F. S. Onderdonk
To Lecture On
'The Next War'

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Sound Motion Pictures To "IOLANTHE"- A Review1
Supplement Illustrated Last year's well received presenta-l
Talk Today tion of "The Gondoliers" is easily par-
alleled if not altogether surpassed by
Dr. Francis S. Onderdonk, a for- the current offering of "Iolanthe." To
mer member of the faculty of the undertake the production of a Gilbert
College of Architecture, who has just and Sullivan opera is ambitious, but
returned from a speaking tour of to execute it with such dexterity is a
East, will speak at 4:15 p.m. today t xct t ihsc exeiyi
in the Natural Science Auditorium. most surprising accomplishment.
The subject of the lecture, which is This "Iolanthe" has a host of good

everybody who performed. The beau- AT THE MAJESTIC
tiful Jean Seeley is thrilling as Io- Double Feature
lanthe; Henry Austin is much at ** "STRAIGHT IS THE WAY" j
home on the stage, and presents a and "LOVE TIME"
vocally pleasing Strephon; Clarawan- These two pictures are ordinary in
da Sisson, as Phyllis, bubbles over every respect. being very limited in
with pep and grace; and John Silber- entertainment value but not out-'
man as the Lord Chancellor gives a standingly bad. The first, "Straight Is
good performance. The choruses are the Way," stars Franchot Tone, and
handled marvelously and deserve a features May Robson and Karen Mor-
great deal of praise. -C.B.C ley. New York's Ghetto is the set-
_- jting, and the plot is concerned with
LEAVES FOR MEETING events following the return of a young
Prof. Hobart H. Willard of the boy from prison. He has been mixed
chemistry department will leave to- up with a gang, and when he comes
night for New York City to attend a back his troubles are centered around
Saturday morning meeting of the the business of going straight. He is
directors of the American Chemical helped by his mother and a young
Society. girl who lives with her; hindered by

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I his former girl friend and gangster
I pals. Franchot Tone is very poorly
cast and he has great difficulty in
making his pretty face look tough
and masterly. May Robson, as the
mother, saves the day with her fin-
ished acting.
Franz Schubert would turn over
twice in his grave if he could see Nils
Asther impersonating him and hear
his music murdered as it is in "Love
Time." The story of this picture is
supposed to be his love story, which
beside the fact of his greatness, is
ordinary. However, the producers
have obviously selected it as a vehicle
1 for the heroine, Pat Paterson, which
shifts the interest from him to her.
-C.B.C.

sponsored by the Student Christian
Association, is "The Next War."
Sound motion pictures will be used
to supplement the lecture and sev-
eral reels will be shown portraying a
zeppelin air raid over London and
many views of buildings owned by
the League of Nations in Geneva,
Switzerland.
The scenario for the pictures was
written by Burnet Hershey, war cor-
respondent of the New York Times.
Dr. Onderdonk has just returned
from a speaking tour of many col-
leges in the eastern section of the
United States. He lectured at Dart-
mouth. Harvard, Mt. Holyoke, and
Smith.
The lecture to be given by Dr. Ond-
erdonk today will include a short his-
tory of warfare from the Stone Age
down to the present time, and will
show many of the latest inventions
designed to be used by armies in wars
of the future.
Prof. Preston W. Slosson of the his-
tory department will introduce Dr.
Onderdonk.

voices, lots of pep and spontaneity,
exceptional dancing, beautiful cos-
tumcs, and a calibre of acting that;
could put many professionals tot
shame. It moves along with remark-;
able speed, closely in harmony with
the lilting tunes, delightful humor,
and pleasing charms of the work. In
short. it is good Gilbert 'and Sulli-
van.
Many will remember the story of
"Iolanthe," the fairy who breaks her
vows by marrying a mortal man. She
is condemned by her fairy queen, who
twenty-five years later repents and
brings her back to the fold. During
the interim, a. half mortal-half im-
moratal son was born to Iolanthe. He
falls in love with a mortal - a ward
of the Lord Chancellor of England,
who cannot marry a commoner. All
sorts of delightful situations result,
and to these are added the inimitable
Gilbert and Sullivan touches and side
issues, plus th6 light opera element,
all of which make it a charming piece
of entertainment.
The hopors in acting go to almost

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