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THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1922

NA-NY "ENOStS CANDI)ATES will probably become one of the popu- A DAY IN ANN ARBOR WITH AN Idealists of the practical type were
FR THE CROWN OF CARIISO lar singers here, will contribute to AUSTRALIAN STATESMAN they.
(Continued from Page 4) the good quality of grand opera in (Continued from Page 5) (.. E. I IEa<i S "TIlE DOUBLE
to give us a glimpse of the glory of America, but his possibilities do not ernaent ownership of the railroads DELER E E
See to be ys.eonentewnrshasothtrosreds DEALER "A NEW MAGAZINE~k
the ftt ire we may expect of Ameri- sees o be so great as thooe of Gigli and is a large factor in making the (Continued from Page 8)
can music, e Australians the least illiterate people Through Relativity," by Herman
Entirely aside from the fact that Who will be the successor to Caru- of the world." George Shcffauer, and "Wild Oa," by
Chamle must le popular for his other so? In the light of such constant ad- Attendance at school to conptlsory Valma Clark, "A Very Satiafactory
attribu es, he has a voice of highest ditions to the ranks of leading tenors, for bays from the ages of 14 to 18. God," (mare irony) by Charles J.
merit. Ile and Gigtl are very similar, such increasing brilliance and such frby fomhe age ofe14 t iGd, (nd ony) by hes J.
i Many schsolarships are offered. The Finger, and one or two others; not a
both trained under the influence of ever improving standards of singing, ideal of Australian education is that goid showing, for all the Double Deal-
the newer methods and both having it would be most appropriate to ask that every boy who desires a college er's laudable efforts.
man' of lia same attriuttes. Ctam- boo' sere can tie a sticessor to Cac- education shall have it in spite of lack On the other hand I find such
lee has carried the relaxed tanl of so. For Caruso was a combination of of finances. In buildings, it is plan- thoroughly had stories as "The Tooth,"
the new methods to a little further much advertising, an enormous voice ned to combine utility with aesthetic by the above mentioned Finger, (most
oint Iths iis Gigli and bss. as a cc- uvell handiet, suit some luck.- Ap- beauty, so that the student may not of his stuff is abominable) and "Ich
suit, a slight thickness oft one at pearing in tha limelight just about the only have his academic work under Liebe Dich," by Israel Solon.
times, which is not pleasing. le will time the phonograph began to grow, the most efficient conditions of work The one-act plays throughout the
shortly rid himself of that, however, together, Caruso and the phonograph, but also that he may be surround- various issues are far better than the
and then-foreign tenors, look to your 'made names for themselves. The pho- ed with an environment such as will stories, but the various essays and
lasiets , y nograph picked Caruso as a means of ie a pleasure for him while living at critiques sre better than either,
In T'iiss Patteriss, the young tenor helping increase the business and tile university. Ethssosgh ounc in a while the book re-
who has been making a name for im- Caruso was the right man. In addition, I found that these men who were views are sappy enough.
self in Chiago opera this past year, i he seemed to have the knack of keep- prominent in the politics of Asstratia Gut, in general, the Double Dealer is
there is another singer who may be ing himself before the public, a knack were unat beings of normal auts, i good magane, a superlatively good
very popular, although it does not:: aided by the phonograph people. Such and ideas of their Satisfaction. A one for this country. Its decoration
seem that he will ever te sue of the a combination of circumstances will square meal and a good cigar, with isn't of the best, but it is nevertheless
very greatest. his singing is artistic, probably never happen again. The the later addition of a cheery fire suf- far more attractive than most new pe-
his acting mmci setter and his voice, 'golden voice" is gone. It will prob- fIced to make them comfortable, riolicals.
perhaps the leasst attractive of the ably never have a successor who can
three. it is of a smoothness that take just the place it held. We re-
mss_:)c it esisy to listen to, and has a vere its greatness and mourn the man
brillissnsce ws' ll fit ted to some types of who possessed it, realizing at the same
drisic is clrk hut critics have every- time, that we will never see another
shur calet it exclusively lyrii. ie soccupy the same position-all anu1,se

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