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it believed the sport had become
too much like a business.
The University also has not
slipped to the extent of the Uni-
versity of Southern California
which was placed on probation by
the NCAA in 1959 for a recruiting
violation. Michigan rather stands
almost in the center-a solid aca-
demic institution that can main-
tain an impressive athletic tradi-
tion continuing for over a century.
U NFORTUNATELY the public
and some of the state's news-
papers fail to recognize this bal-
ance, demanding either one or the
other sides of the spectrum. Uni-
versity students should be the ones 0u sa d n m--rc n P e
hnssulldeem= ulsianding American Poet
to educate the public to the merit u oiin
of our position.
If Michigan recruits athletes, (Continued from Page o4) of "For Sale" and the almost gro- patient, father of a sick small
tae aable to mee themedus- HERE is "Dunbarton," a poem tesque, yet loving, memory of daughter. These poems are radi-
tso e standards in the same way of how Lowell accompanied his "Sailing Home from Rapallo," ant; in every sense they illuminate
was attracted here by themUniver- grandfather on "yearly autumn Lowell's elegy for his mother who life and enrich art.
sity's science curriculum. get-aways from Boston / to the died in Italy and whose body he Lowell is, indeed, a poet at the
If the University has a losing family graveyard in Dunbarton" brought home to bury. top of his powers, whose work ful-
football team, it is perhaps be- where they "raked leaves from our Some of the final poems tell of fills and still holds promise. Sel-
cause men who would have made dead forebears. / defied the dank Lowell's adult life-as a conscien- dom do endorsements express a+.
the winning difference went toweather / with 'dragon' bonfires " tious objector of War II, sentenced reader's convictions; Eli z a b e t h
d erent schools when they failed There is "Grandparents," a to the same federal jail where Czar Bishop, herself a fine poet, writes
must maintain moving piece of reminiscence too Lepke of Murder. Inc., had "... his on the dust - jacket of Robert
anchored to the reality of place to little segregated cell full / of Lowell's "Life Studies" what seems
Education and athletics are not be sentimental. There is "Com- things forbidden the common precisely 'right: "Somehow or
constantly at opposition but can mander Lowell," a portrait of his man: / a portable radio, a dresser, other, by fair means or foul, and
complement one - another. Only father, and "Terminal Days at two toy American / flags tied to- in the middle of our worst century
when movements are made into Beverly Farms;" there is the gether with a ribbon of Easter so far, we have produced a mag-
extremes does friction result, heartbreaking loneliness and ache palm;"-as a husband, a mental nificent poet."
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