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TIM SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1930

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1930

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P'ublishedf every morning except Moud y i I-
during the Un iviersity Sumumer _Session by ORilT

Music
THE DRAB

and Drama
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Ann Arbor, Michigan. tin the history of the world's civili-
EDITORIAL STAFF zations: the fourth of July.
Telephone 4925 On this notable event there pul-
ses through the length and breadth1
MANAGING EDITOR of this nation of ours a new feel-
____ WILIMSing of reverence for the great prin-
Editorial Director.......... Howard F Shout ciples of freedom, justice, and lib-
City Editor............ Harold Warren, Jr. erty which has, does, and SHALL
Women's Editor .........Dorothy Magee
Music and Drama E ditor... .William J1. Gorman always direct and control the des-
Biooks Editor.......... Russell E. McCracken'
Sports Editor............... Morris Targer, tinies of these United States of"
Night Editors America.
Powers Moulton Howard F. Shout; We as Americans should feel a
Harold Warren, Jr. thrill of pride as we survey the1
Assistants
Helen Carrm Cornelius Buekemna; glorious past which has been en-,'
Denton" Kunze William Mahey shrined in the sanctuaries of the
Brc alySher M.QrihioetaRe ages by our forefathers. Fore-
most of all nations, the enlight-1
BUSINESS STAFF ened benefactor of mankind, it ;
Telephone 21214 seems most fitting that at this'
BUSINESS MANAGER time we offer the homage of the
GEORGE A. SPATER entire world to ourselves.

1 JIn Retrospect
The publicity. I think, was un-
fortunate. It wasn't a gala event.
It wasn't a Festival really. A group
of talented, on the whole very in-
teresting actors, assembled for a
few weeks and put on good dramas.
There weren't the opportunities of
Ipreparation to give festivalian sol-
idity to any one of the six produc-
tions. There was the talent, how-
ever, to give all six attempts in-
terest for a larger group than
seemed interested. The "Festival"
was an attractive event and one
earnestly hopes for its repetition.
There were interesting actors.
Not too inconspicuous among them
was Ainsworth Arnold. There was
nothing glamorous about Mr. Ar-j
nold's work. His part in Serena
Blandish was typical: the butler in
the play was very pained, very sar-
donic, very wise. In Mr. Arnold's
version an intricate facial mask
conveyed pain : the quality of
jmovement through the shoulders
the sardonic: the gnomic depths of

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Assistant Business Managers It is certainly a comforting feel- 14± vicetheUU widom. As a~n ator,
Willam R Weiboys Harr S. enjain "he 1 jus t efficient, justtht'
CilcliManaWr ...s..I3-arry S easin ing to know that we arent going to Is tatta
Cirultin Mnaer....... AnnarNV.aen be blown to atoms today by stray p~ie just that intelligent. There
Secretary ....... ........\nWVeerpci,
Assistants fire-crackers thrown by children is nothing glamorous about any
Joyce Davidson Inorothiv Dunlapiwh "didn'tknwaybte"no one of these qualities. They areI
Lelia M. Kiddwh-koanbetrnraetou .
Night Editor-HOWARD F. SHOUT is our afternoon rest to be broken rr huh
by neighborhood wailings as Wil- Katharine Wick Kelly was an-
FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1930 lie or Winnie next door burn off a other story. She has a tempera-
figror blow out an eye. Yes, ment and a bag of tricks. She is
STALIN AND THE SOVIET it is certainly grand how really rather more stimulating, more
safe our Fourths have become. We glamorous. Her work in Serena
Outstanding characteristics of ' adults have passed enough laws Blandish was amazingly effective.
the eight hour speech delivered be-' now so that the fair flower of The quantity of grandiose vivacity
fore the International Convention' childhood will be preserved intact, she got into that first exit (withI,
at' Moscow by the "Iron Man of "root and. all". Now we can go th' remark about the monkey's
the "Russias", Joseph Stalin, were:. cut in our cars and crash into one 0ath.oiogy) was superbly inhuman.
sincerity in, the recognition of the another or get cought in a fit of In all three plays Miss Kelley was
short-comings of the Soviet regime,! cramps two hundred yards from that way. Her style isn't just Mr.
suspicion of other countries and the dock or get smitten down with, Arnold's ease. It has content
their attitudes toward the social- a good heat prostration and there; (supplied largely from tempera-
st governinent, and a determin- isnt a law in the land to stop us. ment I think). It's ease that rip-?
ation to win through to economic' Doubt it? Just watch the head- pes: something beyond precision
success.j lines tomorrow. If there aren't at in impersonation being communi-
Facts, facts, facts were crowded; least half a hundred deaths in the ated. Opinion about her ability
clouse on'one anotherin the speechl United States before the time you becomes a controversial matter. I1
without 'sentiment or attempt to, read this tomorrow, we'll - (No think she is splendid.
make an emotional appeal. Yet, you won't. You've done enough al- Lillian Bronson's character work'
to, the, men who were listening, the3 ready. THIS IS A HUMOR COL- was very interesting. Her dowager
speech had all the power of theI UMN-Editor), **in Lady Windermere's Fan and her
moist sublinie oratory. That is the***! aged virgin scene in Serena Blan-.
ssntial characteristic of the Rus- All right, Editor, we'll begin dish were both quite grandher
sians etoday, their' worship of facts again, but it's pretty hot, you "of course I'm a virgin" being on ofj
anld figures' their faith in fixtures know, and we'd awfully like to go the ringing memories of the Fest-
and factories. The whole expres- out to Whitmore Lake for some va.j
sion of the' new people in that new ^ oorl sunburn.! One would wish for better actors I
land is summed up in their leader MORAL-If at first you don't than Lewis McMichael and Claire'
.Stalin. His reverence for "ucceed; let well enough alone. St. Claire in the next Festival. Mr.
the preachments of Lenin and * * *I McMichael, in spite of his New
Trotzky, his grim, dogged persever- Every good column ought to have York reputation, proved quite dull
ance, his faith in the Soviet and its a policy. We have one, of course and entirely without style. He gave
principles of government, are char- -its a Prudential and we're think- the only false note in Serena BMan-'
acteristic of the whole nation. Con- inn, of changing to Mutual Bene-! dish: making the love affair with
sequently, it is to this man that we fit-and so we ought to announce, Serena not the poisonous gesture
look to tell us the meaning of the it from time to time, as a well- of an impulsive, parasitic pervert
enormous activity between the Bal- known literary critic on the cam- but the sentiment of an attractive
tic and the Black Sea. The con- pus was accustomed to do when- !adolescent. His Trigorin was mere-'
vention address was the answer. ever he counln't fill up space any! ly competent. Miss St. Claire's-
Transportation in the republic is other way. So, taking a hint from beauty was enjoyable. Her act-
inefficient and unsatisfactory, Sta- our superiors- ing was rather less so: consisting -
lin admitted; also, the meat and THE POLICY of this column of merely a few sterotyped whim-
commodities problems were point- shall be to print everything ac- pers.
ed out as unsolved, although the ceptable which reaches us by mail,I The direction of the last three
grain situation was said to be well wire, or word of mouth. In case' plays was generally very compet-'
in hand. Industrial production in of a lack of material we shall en- ent. Serena Blandish was definite-
1929 represented 180 per cent of deavor to impose on as many of ly the most successful. Everything;
the pre-war level, illiteracy has our friends as possible. In the last concerned with the production was
been decreased a half, and the extremity, we will write the blame transmogrified: toward the attain-;
death rate, a third. These and thing ourself. Here's just the ment 'of an attractively decadent'
many other advances and benefits sort of thing we mean: real. Everything was correctly ar-
were declared to have been insti- Dear Editor: tificial: Miss Kelly's glittering in-
tuted. Having seen the poetic contribu-' humanity, Mr. Arnold's fantastic
While it has ;become a popular ion which you permitted to ap- butler, Lillian Bronson's wild
attitude, in other parts of the pear in yesterday's column, I am yearnings for ravishment, and:
world than the Soviet Republic it- emboldened to offer a few lines of Robert Henderson's languid bore-'
self, to take official pronounce- my own composition.; dom. Titillating levitation and
mients from that government with But first may I tell you a little consistent artificiality was the aim
a grain of salt, the general spirit about my literary past? Born in, and achievement. This production
of the address, the frank admis- Florida, (I'm a real cracker!) my was the most perfectly articulated
son of faults, and proud declara- first poem appeared in Palm Grove, of the last three.
tion Hof successes, indicates that Guiding Star, the official organ of The Royal Family turned out
this convention report contained a the Key West Junior High School. rather badly. Mrs. Mansfield was
great'-deal of truth. Since then The Poetry Journal, responsible. She played Fanny
However, it is unfortunate that The Harp, The Birth Control Re-, Cavendish very, very badly. With.
the address was so excessively punc- view, transition, The Horseshoer's' her, Fanny became a silly, very
Lured with caustic remarks against Report, and The Inlander. (I con-'stupid old lady, inclined to cute
the policies, methods, and opera- fess, I was Rqual Pitt) have listed grinning. There was nothing of
tions of. other governments, that so me among their contributors, the dominating strength and the
much time was spent in comparing' I like figs if not too seedy-they grand style of Haideee Wright's,
he results of the Soviet control in do disasterous things to my fillings Fanny. It was impossible to ac-
Russa with the so-called capital- -and I have a lovely pet donkey cept tmotion of any sort from Mrs.
st regimes in other countries. Un- which is awfully cute. His name Mansfield's doddering old lady; one
doubtedly Stalin thought to em- is! Muffets. cried for lots of it from Haidee
phasize. the advantages accruing! I'll send you another poem as Wright's stern old war-hirse.
f-en hieriar+ct m-hut he couild I soon asvyou urint tisije C fhekhov in four reearalswa

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have done better to let the world,'
and, indeed, his own people, view
that for themselves without sug-
gestion or intervention.
From, it all, interpreting this
lengthy discourse by the leader of
the nation as the voice of the Sov-
iet Republic, we gather that eco-
nomically, there has been decidedE
progress; that there are many rec-
ognized faults in the system that
will be remedied as soon as pos-
sible; that the communist Party
is continuing its propaganda all
over the world; and that Russia is
returning the curiosity and doubt
of the world as to the- efficacy of

"k,1 ta Yj U - V 1f G1110- v11J
t Yrs. etc.
PETER VICOTRA
MONODY
greeen
Icurl about an old rotten stump....
So
E thoughts
of you, curl about my heart-
an old rotten stump ....
Well, Peter, maybe your heart is
that way, but we'll bet you never
had the wisdom tooth we have.
It's no rotten stump, either, but if
green snakes were all that crawled

presumptious. :Studied inter-play-
ing is necessary to project the
vague antiphonal harmony which
is so large a part of what Chekhov
has to say. Nevertheless. in the'
production of The Sea Gull there
was nothing very specious (except
Miss St. Claire) and in Indications,
if not in achievement, it was al-
ways very intelligent. The result
was a very satisfactory perform-
ance for which one is grateful.
Robert Henderson was better than
I have ever seen him before.
It was a good season. And Mr.
Henderson should be encouraged
from as many sources as possible;.

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