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Y INTERVIEW

MISLIADING°

man, Superintendent of Schools, delt Harding at the White House for
Muskegon. nearly an hour late today. After the
8. p. m.-"Problems of the Near East." conference he said that while he was
(Illustrated). Prof. F. W. Kelsey. optimistic, he could see no way at
present out off the "tangled situa-
Saturday, July 22 tion" which he regarded as critical.

)LE PROBLEM OF ENROLL-I
ENT IN TALK STAGE, SAYSI
)DGES; "REPORTS HIGHLY
)LORED"
he. Editor of The Michigan Daily:
impression concerning Harvard's
cy toward the Jews conveyed by,
interview with Dr. Slonimsky pub-
ad in Thursday's Daily is so mis-
ing that I think it only fair for
to give equal prominence to a
ect statement of the facts in the
esident Emeritus Eliot outlined
present standing of the question
ollows: "There has been a stir
Harvard on the Jewish question,
some members of the Faculty of
and Sciences got prematurely
ted on the subpect and . . . did
>t two measures of doubtful ex-
ency. After an intermission they
inded both and adhered to an
inal vote they had adopted.
his first vote . . . . has een
>ted by the Overseers whereby a
nittee of fair and selected men
been appointed not only to make
the facts of the present status of
al percentages in the whole uni-
ity, but also to study the means
etter sifting the candidates for
ission to all departments."
ie whole problem of limitation of
llment is in the stage of gen-
discussion and it may remain in

that stage for a considerable time.
Nothing more has been done. Reports
of this rather drab fact have bern so
highly colored by the. press that it
is not at all surprising that many peo-
ple regard as an accomplished. fact
what is only a rather improbable out-
come of a discussion.
3. H. HODGES,
Harvard '14.

WHAT'S GOING ON
Saturday, July 15
8 a. m.-Excursion No. six-Detroit'
Creamery company and Detroit wat-
er works.
Sunday, July 16'
6 p. m.--Social half hour, Presbyterian
church.
6:30 p. m.-Christian Endeavor meet-
ing. Presbyterian church.
Monday, July 17
5 p. M.-The Beginning of Vagabond
Literature. Prof. J. H. Hanford.
Tuesday, July 18
5 p. gn. - Water Supply of Ancient
Cities.- (Illustrated). Prof. W. C.
Hoad.
8 p.' m.-Important Facts About Can-
cer. Prof. Ruben Peterson.
Wednesday, July 19
11 a. m.-Excursion No. seven-Cass
Technical high school and Hotel Stat-
ler, Detroit. Trip ends at 5 p. m.
5 p. m.--Development of the French
Theater. (Illustrated). Dean John.
R. Eminger.
8 p. m.-Concert--Faculty of the Uni-
versity School of Music. (Hill au-
ditorium.)
Thursday, July 20
5 p. m.-The Teacher College "Move-
ment. Charles McKenny, president-
of Michigan State Normal college,
Ypsilanti. '
FrIllay, July 21
5 p. m.--"A Program for the New Su-
perintendent." Mr. M. W. Long

8 a. m.-Excursion No. eight-Detroit
News building, and Michigan State
Telephone company, Detroit. Arrive
at 10 a. m. Lunch there, followed by
a trip through the_,telephone com-
pany's plants.,
GOVERNMENT TO
KEEP FIRM HOLD
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meeting voluminous reports on the
various phases in which their port-
folios were directly interested. At-
torney General Daugherty had with
him numerous telegrams bearing on
the situation at points where disorders
have developed, and reports on the or-
ganization of the special orders of
deputy marshals. Postmaster Gener-
al Work was said to have reported the
Petrograd-German private capital
and the Soviet have launched a cor-
poration virtually to monoplize traf-
fic through the Baltic Sea, the Caspian
Sea and the Mariensky Canal system,
connecting the basin of the Volga with
the Neva.
Tokio--A company headed by Baron
Shibusawa, including bankers and in-
dustrialists, has asked government
consent to establish a wireless con-
cern, with 200 millions of yen in cap-
ital, to work with America.
Cummings Calls Deelsion Binding
Washington, July 14. - Senator
Cummings of Iowa, chairman of the
senate interstate commerce comn it-
tee, and one of the co-authors of the
transportation act of 1920, under
which the railroad labor board func-
tions, declared today that decisions
of the board were binding on both
carriers and employes and not simply
"advisory" as held by union officials.
The government, Senator Cum-
mings field, can compel obedience to
rulings of the board, notwithstand-
Ing that the transportations act pro-
vided no penalties. Senator Cum-
mings was in conference with Presi-

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actors who read the lines with hum-
orous terms. He indicated that the
modern tendency in this particular
play was for the actor to give Shylock
the sympathy which the true portrayal
of the part demands.
Outlines Play
Turning to the VTaming' of the
Shrew," Professor Eich gave a sketch
of each of the characters which en-
abled the audience to follow emo-
tional developments with greater ease.

By a suggestion of the'plot, its later
movement was clarified.
Professor Eich was able in his.
reading to bring out distinctly the
change in speeches of the characters'
without breaking up the dialogue orl
introducing that melodramatic change
in voice which destroys the effect of
so many readers. He brought out
well the contrast, in personality be-
tween Baptista, the father of the
shrew, and Petruchio, Katharina's
suitor, showing the lack of confidence
that the old' man had in Petruchio and
the latter's untiring self-assurance
and doggedness in spite of the tirades'
of the shrew.
Effects Contrasts
This same contrast was also clear-
ly effected in the case of Katharina,
whose vexatious, and perverse, na
ture was set in opposition to Bianca's
mild and submissive personality, par-
ticularly in the dramatic tenseness of
the struggle between these two sis-
ters.
The play is .full of contrasts, but
the outstanding one on which thel

fore and after marrying Pe
was shown in a masterly way
fessor Eich. How Katharina,
periou , became even more
than her sister, Bianca, wa
brought dut .in the closing
where Petruchio wins the wa
his' wife will come at his
sooner than the wives of an
rest.
Taken all in all, with the c
in character, clarity df plot,
tistic turns ,of humor, the
delivery of lines and the ui
of all into an integrity, I
Eich's sympathetic interpret
,The Taming 'of the Shrew'
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July 16, 1922
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Sunday Morning Subject
10:30
"I will be as the Dew"

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(MO.. SYNOD),
C. A. BJAAUER, Pastor
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"Christian Relations to
the World."

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