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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER i9, 1923

an~d th
.,..LBA"RT3RON
HENDERSON
THEUNIN I' Xl S $20,00 Q these promenadesin tiemeles for
fhrr, _;nb lintin this wailing every reuie tmttt hiss tes', hot th
1 n ;g o tethover ltheOslei"-,stianagement realty 'shotd aptrcat
cf te i, 5411 aI t isas rf--lts heniannall titi y-:clted
treeYl:;t cs tle m st. e sosnis-- -r-- ',
grtesi;tl at.-z~' e
tiaticv~c rtro on iieicapus tt rer-p
le pnli t.. illilily liie l obvioucad mi~tss.- ~z-lt~ o ul
t? '. is~,, i ew n 'fa1 acci "s idi crr -
hiere to stay (iiVi':dI
Of son 'athisalitor a'cre-sit t . A. o
theier ~"siciiimrefl fi 's,-na - a t'i d-
ii t.
city, cod ss tl I his in ind eisf been.'",w_±1hoistt risal.'ht v sl e s j55
pushed toishelimit. Therte ira sc' colal ts' as a ttigr
tio thtsAneis, nisqueytal 5i to i he ct fort numbers ofj
tHe has iform, h-''stit I ankts g"a,"-'- n 5 ballet.c arried the tcssl o-55
fil rssa stuninisg hackasd ih" "'s's atab t''limax, Ttse n-isters'
sanovorcoote certais n' '5' sinan's"- bs:'5scrou15,i at w'arsato rat
isins hs'ougiht to bit'gthly sUcceiL' hStit is' the pertormssance. They wrec'hscoe ild ''ltand wkad n at n
As for the Opera r''l ,it-t l 'dm s'etantsnsoiter singe factor
culiar cs' 'inhsissn o ,,,s. t etheadencse teir tmoney'o
and the s-ry 5bsd. To aete )at"'ot
fsor tthe tast, it is pts r to^ : sti sstnn the prinipas, Hiaserger
atrocities cutsof te wyas i ot leam apire 'ass eontetter than
set. First sn oil rem~sost,, ws thei.Don.ad Ephin of last yar-which is
plot. Not only ws stSa rta- s o1 saying a lot--and Edwardi arnall
"In nd ut""Saty,"(so r tsdn a very minor part was excellent.f
a hundred others, but it wsn aso Through "Th Cloistr," "Conflict,"I
dragged is such intermisnhte leths"F-amesanl the Pot," ansI the rcent
as to almost ruin the opening act I operaso he has een so uifornmly good
may e wrng, nd proahlyso h iat one can picture him as nearly
if the first half of the present sow' perfect in the lead of te impending
as produced ast Tuesday evening gets "Captin A'ppljak"
across in New York, I will give up the anoher virtue was the constant use
gentle game of prophecying entirely.? of the different levels and the vast
It drags, which is the utterly upar- ipoe ntothstigsvrte
imrvmntohhestig oe h
doae sin of a musical comedy ridiculous outlay of last year. Still
The next disappointment was Dres-
bath Agan itmayhavebeentheanother feature was the persistent
bach Agin t my hve eenthecurtailment of encores. The usual
fault of the lines, ut h seemed to answer to the past excess has een
me just about two notches above Pall,
and Mal-or watever last year'sthtaauinewudntalwtelwcminsercle. ebc, show to continue without three or
whe hepanommes isa rueartstfour repetitons of each number,
he, but when he starts to pull thatyertthinenempomntf
hoary bathroom stuff... well it, the production.
may make the wife of a faculty main Finally, a great deal of praise!
her roar, but it leaves everyone in should go to the eautiful Butterfly-
their right minds told and dippng onumer of the finale. Here was the;
A final complaint lies in the fashion!sssodrn type of costume oentioned'
parades, There is no quarrel 'ith shove as well a- the very modern de-
sie of p.inting waith ight. This
uhtstaein New ork, even if
F.L. Tilden....... Eitor, othing else soes.

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a distinct and valsale addition to the polite literature of this gen-
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I am amane at the industry and learning which have gone to
the making of this ook-Fred N Scott, Professor of Rhetoric, Uni-
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The Sunday Magazine,, solicits
manuscripts from all persoiss at-
filiated waith the University. Mlan-!
uscripts must he typeswritten,
triple spaced and warittens on one
side only, * 0
The fSnday Magazine acknowl
-edges The Anaerican Secular Un-
ion review service for "The tsn-
official Ohsersver" depsartmesnt.
Ist is hepoicysof11thisaaine to
pub~lish artsils of apinion b'y bosh
siadents and facalis- mnmbers if, in
the ssudansxi cf the ediior, ihise arts-
clsa-s of intinsc value snd interstc.
This doess not scanithatsmanascripts
solicited or ,-losirils cfferedar
nercessarilys isn accsrd itih editorial
scinion ishas- is principle or- forms.

Of Oscourse, the Opera is so Ion"er
wh't t tused toi be-asoi tast is not
nece5'ssasrily' ut('55t5915'tntir" taissstg
!I~k glllian sts 'in petticoats, - 'slo1
its Casmspus blt'os a n it:-trsailgips.
i sitt ifanly ,ice aeu ol
)ar:-o ,vth he isst 'la s irate
-iorlia sxrcg luas. Withltthi
't a lull (d'Cotoin St. ckinis"i!
no'rsiPorea-stion f i ei sl btI
It .-; ontheoiersanldi-inch tie-s'r
iti it thati the cifering last year, soil
ssiths s decent hook, more tasteftul
! sarades, and yosinger humor dlr. Shu-s
ter shsould bsestile to turn out is trttyR
remarkahte productison next ysar.
"Nothing hreaks ,atitan: leItswill
b trag ahout his msisfiirtunes as lotidly
as shout Isis susccesses." IW. N. P.
Idarhelliso, "Enjoying Life, Etc."
"Love must alwaays renmain a fas-
-cination, .a witchery, if thse empsire of,-
woman is to endure."
Menri F.Arniel, "Journal Intime"

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