SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1928
THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, JULYla 28, ~ 1928 -'TI aalY1
RLEF FOR FARMERS
Senator Predict sLegislative Action
To Provide Price Autonomy And
Crop Surplus Control
LAUDS HHOOVER'S ABILITY
(By M ioudP re s)
EAST LANSING, July 28.--An in-
telligent co-operation under courage-
ous governmental leadership is the
Books of the Day
need of present day agriculture, U. shameles
S. Senator Arthur H. Vanderberg yes- enance o
terday told Farmers' Day visitors at futile att
Michigan State college. ter into
Early congressional action which depths o
will provide for price autonomy, then bya
crop surplus control, stimulation of by Maxw
co-operative marketing and a sound author t
protective tariff were predicted by glare of
Senator Vandenberg. He declared it .(Georgi
imperative that the tariff on farm ineation
products be increased to save for denizens
farmers in this country some of the the scum
$2,000,000 now being spent annually rug dry
for agricultural importations, lives of
Side-stepping partisan politics gen- practises
erally, Senator Vanderberg declared, a southe
however, that no progressive farm nineteen-
program can be successful unless it Into the
starts on a Republican protective acters, a
tariff. The problem, he said, is one lins, "he:
for an "economic engineer," adding chum," s
that Herbert Hoover "will soon dem- physicall
ohstrate that he is the greatest of cessive p
all economic engineers available for such oth
this job." panions a
"There is no formula which can be ?1the sordi
guaranteed in advance to restore pathos in
American argiculture to full partner- The boo
ship it American prospertity," the utone
May by Maxwell Bodenheim. trict of any American city, and his
p. Boni & Liveright, 1928, easy familiarity with the language
Book by courtesy of Gra- and haunts of his characters does
Book Store- away with the fault often found in
are easily nauseated by books attempting to tell of the under-
the muck and slime at the world, that of an observer standing
of Life's stream-don't read on the outside looking in. With no
May! j reflection on his character, he ap-
you are thoroughly modern pears to know whereof he writes.
el in vivid descriptions of This is refreshing in this age of slip-
tors scratching and clawing shod and inaccurate writing.
sly at the forbidding count- In spite of our inborn aversion to
of Morality in an almost the licentious sensuality of a girl
tempt to keep alive, no mat- such as Georgie May, her character
what filth and abysmal is depicted in such a way that when the
f wantoness it may lead- book is finished we have a feeling
all means read this new book akin to affection for her. This is
yell Bodenheim, the latest brought about largely in the last few
o feel the soul-blistering pages of the book when Georgie May,
public scandal. after years of "hustling" and living
e May is a character del- as the mistress of several men, falls
of one of those parasitic deeply and purely in love with Char-
living on the under side of lie Pemberton, a scion of a wealthy[
of American society, suck- family. The inevitable inconsistency
the well of morality in the comes when he reciprocates her feel-
all she encounters, as she ing.
her trade of courtesan in In the last few pages, showing the
rn city between the years illicit, but true love of the man and
nine and nineteen-twelve, woman, we are brought face to face
story, as supporting char- with the true Georgie May. Cynical
re brought Emmy Lou Mul- and "hard" on the exterior, we find
r only real, true-blue girl that her wanton life has not killed
trong in spirit, but weak the last spark of womanhood but
y from consumption and ex- that she is capable of the love of a
practise of her trade; and chaste woman for her true mate.
er male and female com- Even though we know it is coming,
s are necessary to bring out it gives us a real heartstab when,
iness, the glamour, and the Charlie's mother visits Georgie May,
Georgie lay's life. and tells her the usual things.
ok is woefully weak in plot, , "The body on the floor no longer
readily forgives this in a heaved in its torments of pain-
Sunday Church Services
LOST-A Parker pen in woman's rest
room at University Hall. Reward if
returned to secretary's office. 23
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speaker said. "But we must experi- series of carefully portrayed episodes Georgie May was dead." R. P. D.
ment until a formula is found, be- which show the struggles, ignominy
cause not only agriculture but all and heart-throbs of a woman who RESERVE O ICERS MEET
America is affected when one-third sells herself as a commodity in the AT BATTLE CREEK TODAY
of the people, owing one-fifth of the open market. The author frequently
property, enjoy but one-tenth of bores us a little with too many dis- (By Asociated Press)
sertations on the inmost soul and ACJuly 28.-
A rti ica's income.. i W e have found o1 hisThroinREsu deniarbi
artificial means to stabilize economic thoughts of his heroine, sudden arbB-J
tary shiftings from action to sym- Brig-Gen. Roy Hoffman, of Oklahoma
law, as itr relates to banking, to pub- '
lie utilities, to labor and to protect- pathetic meditations; but he more City, and Rep. W. Frank James, of
ed industry. If big business methods than compensates for this by his Hancock, Mich., are to be the prin-
are good on Wall street, they are poignant * word-pictures of the dives cipal speakers at the seventh an-
good on main street." Senator Van- frequented by harlots and dope- nual convention of the Michigan de-
denberg insisted that any aid must fiends. In the course of the ook i;partment of the Reserve Officers' as-
start with a Federal Farm board. Bodenheim runs the gamut of the'sociation, to be held here today and
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