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Ri p c M rion ttes serious development are inherent, no0 future is concerned I think motion
L 1C4Iariettes doubt, but are as yet totally unrealiz- pictres ave inherent artistic poten-
ed. tialities and it seems-to me a kind of
AGA 'WINTERS The greatest art is tat wich pas motion picture opera is not beyond te
the least. The great orchestras, opera boundsi of possibility.
There is a otat in te University, a torittos for a matinee and eveting conpanies, art Irtgstems and the lile I liket the plays "Smlin' Thu" and
Senior in tact, whtose guiding pasion perform~anee. are constantly cryitg out for outside . he Eternal Flsme", the last a mov-
is tinkering wifth mechanical toys. Tter tratcf tueolism - aid, renuneratton, as it were. I itsg pictur ltrttil of i a ltla5c
Atttlelics 11011tsil ts trttreton.l t ise nthktl s it-the fmselves tht omyfrhtoat no attraction for Iim, zisetecsItrti n.real ntyhaka lnole leoevsIty ar thelpless. ny novel, arge!), lle tI tie exellentat
the ablsorbitng ethics of btusiness ad- ta r hr~tecl. Alo h i ef geabt treft orse11111ritoovlatoe
miniMr.stratioexelstAIoftheitt" ad striking persnaty fy l~t- II ttI
m isrto donot ioterest himl, s tand te "tapesilktl tfo tegtr cr ~torn d binnlopatecr
itdutesmksltl ifrneto ipten 11dl1s o"u pltzk arof orciiiat1.5ulc prei-Tlmad~lge. The ony pretentions wok
it ~ ~ ~ ~ c dthets aksltteItfeetcnII 11 1,st atIniltling
hint whether tsr eIls o-alled Liberals pab111111 ¬ętin hs comle year. after t et h 1 ofIII\slacee CiIIever appeareet in out-
vindicalttiheir questionalbe prililel os Il-illatilre e i 1)01' 1 de11 tful.'10 s1101e of lcutt'greatest mens. Now by sitescf i tperfomlance of "Crmet"'
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caption of the few I mentioned and tiful ascents I take art to be, thanI
others I did not see perfromed. have a total tuisconception of the Itt-
Seriously, one could hardly guests tar. Slang, vulgar phrases and ax-
the motioni picture industry made any pressions run ranmpant in these crlf- ;S 1IU.A,''
artistic pretensions whatever, judgingt icistms, and good grammar seems to be j
from the work they turn out. They a phenonmcnon not to be considered. SAVI NG..S B ANK
simply pander after the public tasteI I absolutely cannot defend the mo-
and thse result will be inevitable if te tion picture as a new art form. Those Main at W'aslhington
movies are to be taken at their word, Iwhso do 50oltardly know what the in-
as a new art form. Meretofore, all1 gradients of true art are. So far the
puilsuits artistic allowing public taste wotk of the various conspanies of this
to dictate their course have always j industry htas beats cheap, tawdry and
suffered Ite same fate--total eclipses vulgar. 'rhe possibilities for future,

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