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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

T'N DAY. JANUARY 2t . lq 24-

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OLET AKiNANtRO
MANttIT THUO'

o' Exanit to, te hate an? otli !p:i-' ItLI : 'lit 0ye' L
_tfif ittro', in:, atir, a ot io :iln iai;tii unto tiooro, ths
to oxtot ital ititoon of iif..goos, i a' oltii tyt bieiauty ltin hzot
Itobtert, tl o it} di t i iattot', i-Io otn its jt)t
longs to "t ' ilcr on tit iti ii:on , orolt Tt a onriant ligh t, ilitltimay appeoar
cf the hoali t that hot jnst movor tiTtoo litttnetd.tt otis.O
beyond ttoho ,rizon" ., ftit (=.o i Iy ite imay possihlyy fool That if only sheto
CutcItof ortt'aot or i'tti:ti ll had Itoe sensoin howihor owno tiintl.
liis lifo onn eootiit",l ,,Nitgow. erthanti oven tmortIhe sportsmtashtiptt
anti pattitng it tdownIaait." liis bro- keolt still ithoet the discovern that she
thor Androw, on thto otitorlhattlwo dito tnt, all the trouble and mtess o
tovoo thosoil witli ll the ittlitrti Itotho situattion coiuid have boon diverted.
of countloss Mtayos t, wandrsall etiror Buttlitfe sotnowt doesn't seem to
the world, finally too whatttlet work tht, way, as any over forty oan
fortune he hao gainetd in whet s ,pco' toll you front their own experience.
ulation-"ganibling ith itt ,ltioos f It is true that Ruth ants the part of
paper,' While Ruthtit brso-if, thte tn- a silty foolish wonton from beginning
conscious cause of all the sufforing to end, bitt alter all, her mistakes
evolves from a normal (tre-froe girl are no wvorse than the circumstances
to a sulky sullen drudgot, with even about her-and about all of us.
fhe hope of a child finally suoked Ruth, in ihe final analysis, is a. hitn
from her. Even the mtinor characters as the earth itself and sho, too, taken
of the father and mother nsitit all thoir on the light of the pity and respool
wholesale fund of rural heartiness 'that we hav-e for all error,
die of disappointment, And as a still -ONeil, it wottld sens, shades hi-
further ironic comment, the sonr and tragedy with a ronmance of hunman
crippled mother-in-law lives through suffering. Itlits plays do show the_
It all, whining and contplaining to seanty side of faith anti often paint
the last, lifet'itstin empty droat., there is
As I say, such a play presentsq il' ilirotiolt it al, l ths tiityatid us-
the ear-miarks of an insistent tsutian- in it atotiioti tiak no<,attsvs fslttI
thrope, not unlike such neiuroticsm;aitw oltvttONeil'st r-t'tt a ndI liit
Strindherg and Wtlo .incl. Howsver, autdience.
thore is still another siitl to this to- It is, of tcouirse, li"0'"titiI
mnarkable authtor, a chatarmtor whicttIt, gntitth I gt' 'it
seemtn oit hiaveohru h hoIi C t ii it', i 1I' iittili i 1i t
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TRADITION DEMANDS
GOOD STEAK
DINNERS
AT
B E SIM E RS
Across from D. U. R. Depot
We've Been Serving the Beat for Years

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