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WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1928

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1928 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREEJ

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Books of the Day

GLOBE TROTTER

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Shipwreck In Europe, by Joseph Bard; with a vengeance. But it does not,
314 pages; Harper and Brothers; and the reasons are none but those
1928; $2.50. declared above.{
If Louis Untermeyer was flabber- Herr Bard seems to uncrnsciously
gasted by tahe manuscript of this nov- have been teetering on a literary
el, and he is quioted on the flap as tightrope. Had he fallen on either
being such, one is tempted to think side with ]a resounding conviction his.
that the worthy Mr. Untermeyer is book would have struck home. HisI
struck into that state of flabbergiasta- American, cast into the den with the
tion la; trifle too easily. "Shipwreck per:ils of Paris, the old world brains
In Europe" is a naive and interesting of Vienna, and the frowsy company
piece of writing; it is also a first f dancing twins, could have been the
novel; but it is also undoubtedly raw medium for satirical slapstick of the
highe;sbutype. sraUslrindRaphadly raw
and unconvincing. This should have highest tyie. Or Ulric Raphael,
little effect upon its reception, ftor brought up against the sex-shames of
the material is there even if the tools pseudo-innocent childhood by the
were too new to be trustworthy. 1rmdern Dr. Berger. and buffeted by
the, hig eso f sso ede o
Josef Bard, one is given to under- h igh seas of pjSSion he does not
stand by his publishers, is a philoso- and cannot understand, might have
g hbeen the principal figure of a symnpa-
is a "Freudian adventure." But the thetic and powerful treatment had tile John Henry Mears
veriest am~arteur becomes aware with- i bands been those of a Galsworthy or
in the first few pages that there ih- an O'Neill, or even a lesser light. But Who with Capt. C. B. D. Co]
' I cither was the case. The reader has
somnething missing-and that isstyle, te'thee in te csing rade that regained the record for circling
the knack of buildinig and holding in- g
4 I ti author is here attempting to build world. His feat ended Monday.

Sport Briets
GRAND RAPIDS, July 24.-Johnny
Malloy, defending state champion,
was two over par on his first practice
round over the Kent County club here
Monday. Malloy, practicing for the}
state tournament which will start
Wednesday, went out in a par 37 and
turned in another 37 on the inward
jurney. Par for the 18 holes is 72.
Playing the first nine a second time,
Malloy shot a 35, two strokes under
par, thus giving him par figures for
27 holes. Among the early arrivials,
in addition to the 16 Ann Arbor golf-
ers, were Dave Ward, Johnny Ber-
gelin, Ralph Cole and Addision Con-
nor, all of the University of Michigan.
The course was in excellent shape.
The O'Leary homestead where the
Chicago fire of 1871 started has been
purchased by the city council for $36,-
000.

FOUND-Sigma Alpha Delta Frater-
nity Pin. Dial 22217. 20
LOST-Black fountain pen with gold
cap. Reward. Janet Logic. Phone
9617.
RESERVE your booth at Rushmer's
for the Wednesday night dance.
18, 19, 20, 21±

tI(LOST-Blue suede pocketbook con-
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WANTED-Good Suite or Furnished
Apartment for Fall term, by instruc-
tor. Address Box 2, Mich. Daily.
21, 22, 23
LOST-A Parker pen in woman's rest
room at University Hall. Reward it
returned to secr( tary's office. 23
MY "Old Kentucky Home" Tea Shop,
1216 S. University. Open every Sun-
day evening. 19-25
LOST--A pair of tortoise rimmed
glasses on State or Ilurn nSts.
Dial 5978. Jolmes. Reward. 25
1.ST-Pair of shell rimmed glasses
somewhere in vicinity of campus.,
Finder please call 6624. Reward.
23

FOR SALE--Lanrge library table $20.
Fairbanks bathroom scales $10. Ma-
ho ga ny piano lamp $5. 9-drawer'
card file $2. Dial 4391.
WANTED-Student help, part time.
The Port Cafe, 108 E. Huron. Dial
6813. 19-20

flyer
the

LOST-Dunhill lighter on West2side TYPING-Theses a specialty. Reason-
of town. Call Ray Wachter, 21214. able rates. Dial 9387. M. VHart
Reward. suff.

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terest, and character portrayal. I
would seem a trifle unfair to thus
use the knife upon a volume that fur
nishes notwithstanding interest and
entertainment, but the scalpel is used
in laal kindness.
Ulric Raphael Smith, a wealthy
American, is tired of his progressive
existence and his domesticated wife,
suffers intensely from the much-abus-
ed cosmic urge, and departs for Vien-
na, that romantic hotbed of pleasure
and vice, to be psychoanalyzed. Here
he lives the life of an unsophisticated
wanton, meets intellectu~al friends, ad-
ventures into the realms of seduction
and ends up by being shot. Surely
here is material which should lend
itself to the pen of a native Viennese
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One evening, when looking over a
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fish when using "Edgeworth," so I
decided I would try "his" tobacco-
for I am no poor fisherman!
The next day I tried to secure Edge-
worth. The local country storekeeper
did not have it, so I sent by a friend to
the city for my first Edgeworth. Two
things have happened: I still smoke
Edgeworth, and the local storekeeper
always has a supply.
I catch fish and never get "a bite"
from Edgeworth!
Yours for keeps,
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lis conclusion on stern lines. using
revenge, shame, and disillusion, and
t b whole performance falls deplora-
bly flat. Ulric himself, were he so
stupidly provincial as he appears to
be in the Paris parlor and the Vien-
na tiffin, could never have chased his
mind over the thoroughly delightful1
and dexterous philosophic)ail paths up-
on which his author places him every
now and then. And finally, the truest
test of all significant fiction complete-
ly fails to register with the careful
reader.

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