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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1923

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

P.AGE S~

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Fa fa e numbers, one of which is to be an all-i A ]Letter fromr
A. r niar 01 poetry edition. A subscription cam-
paign will be undertaken tomorrow! Editor of the Sunday Magazine, I
T17ru mr pets and Tueaday; and, judging from the Sr
interest already diaplayed in the mag-; This is waritten in objection to the'
"Where is Whimsies?"'Eazime, a large number of students i eviei of Floyd Dellas Janet March"
should pledge their aupport. which appea'ed in a recent nom-
That question baa been asked by
I In addition, Whimsies is to continue hier ot your sheet.,
atudents more than once thiio aeinca-
theXX iimic stff as eeits ciistons-of inciting here the out-; As an objection it should be inter-
ter, but teWise stif a pe tnding w-iters of America. Vachel etin Objections always amuse lie-
seer vd a heavy silence.Vie are giadLi ndisay iteli-c-s n addiress tomorioc oe they demonstrate (1) the in-1
to .be able to ipike somle of the ru- '-cuing; Steplen Vincent tBenet p- nate asninity of the objector, or (2)1
mnocs whichi that silence has given cssonic tine after the holid'ys the innate asininity of the re:cipienti
rise to, and to swetcoi-e the first issiie LoCosaeencare of the objection.
of thes= ichi"p ii L-terary - Xl's minspeakt ibon th I'-""ico~n Novel of I-c1 Ir. Fenton in his revtiew-,present-
schisit"i earteher oinVid r-ilr c-ut. Xtoetheifiv e or six aol-edt itascareful smaryutflutes'oo.Bt
night att'"letutre by athicl istl-kow'n literary- tigres sill IIadsotraerncis-torheo
say or else o'7 uosd'yi'' ,, i ,n. S osf; ofii ilts iuitrtlOiiiii rIeti' uiilicries.lPuitishers tde that sort
T'ht' maazi iswll "itwel sor Iiic ? oetitle ti isake so-o crfI theso A i ,n 'ei'tcletly- iell on the botik-
tisug Icnda ts si lt' >-t 1' ~1'tttin liiiii', il) tI'S. ii iet. ha "Cni riticisem, it's sin-
C" ie Tli eeiiteec -hefieis 51'oi'hate iosoeund itkb"the etitorial ;t~
sue is to1 5 cim " I .(;.I I } t'i hotitcinlisthts ar s hai'Vif
dall, G ,1 woispoiil vi~ t4es i4 s -ii iocits bes" 'ld ig-t tiic ottS , .
routes to the biefe Ir i 01r05ai'ma.I'iotAiit'iil'" ,ii
of abtistoisaet :,fusi i'ci -upti I inteiiitoItfollowss'the
sihicti the mositiiice, htl e(s oi thein itreputidDv its iaitTH-E UJN+OFFICI.
OCtiirne's"'T'he ti._' 'a 'i -'ii "s'c hlie sotis withi our iitsrrest aisiour i
ian '"bit. teuuuiisuceuces of ''its I lpocketbook. XWhich, consiitering ttie
('sltomaroe issweacdii"itAnoIri ; tme of year, is a tribote to N'rsim ils t i
Fairv -ale." In aditionli theilig-
ein e Csntamns piie cc tinyPsorelliTyleri "Wi mortals swth ismiuritlmindscover iison"'itliisii' thing iniIud asuit
Dolly- Sanderis,-uni thtr'wcclss otnnare silty born for siiirowsunitjys. leep trussn:the-pricting-oas perfe't
contributors. Ttie excellent euditoriats unit one might almiist say that ttie is tha t ini ieDra "ti er'thue' sire just
are from the typeswriter of Pantl Web- mhest excetlent only receive their jiiys i'noughtiidi'ec'ntfrolliinthat ot-c sc-
bink.tthroiigtisiirros." Luditivsan Pe lil(inalibookItibeciivel ssitioii'tictung
XWtim.ies, a smaytbe seen tromt1titstsov( , "Litters;" Ott. 1515. i 1Unsy ..
opening nuiiibir, sill be a quite dii- ----Yet mere tbeauty of priloting and
ferent magazine fromi the Wimnsies "Yiiiisw'ite ithi case to shoiw your biiiding does not makati iboit' evenj
of last year. Fur sue thing, the biii!- breeiding; thouightheyt hetilp it geatlv. 'They}
ness affairs of the papuer stilllie coii- Intes ortn0cte utr a re no00cilied upon here; thi su-
ducted nmuch better than before. Wal- to;"stanie is as solid as the surface is al-
lureItoffman, tie newly-electeitBHai- inI rsi tive. The boouk isas its title
ness Manager, has garnereda staff Sheuridan, "CoIo', Proet sta, .a portrail-a portrait of isls.,
that will make even the rabid Chimes -"'Ioyceo son. Harry woas aiinn.iial
boys do soe stepping, and, without !"AX sacreid neater has tolid me that baiy, pechaps a gentiu.. lie had tug'
for one moment lowering the high line if the greatest proofs of the in- ideas, and showed 'xcellent promiise
standard for which Whimstea is finite of Clud's kindness is that lie ha.if currying them nut. That he died
known, wilt endeavor to increas e the ptnptoi.son in the serpent's month° and before reselling manhood didn't in any
popular appeal of the journal. Me not on the lips of swonien." Reniy de 'say mar hi, strong personality, nor,
plans to -issue during the year five flourmont, "Dust for Sparrows" make his dtesires seem futile; it sim-

zM. Panurge
it. (See Menckeu, Sp ugac. , Creo
or any of the intelligent boys.)
This book of Dell's is What Every
Young Woman-and Young Man
Ought to Kfnow.t It has very much to
do vvith what alt young persona are
trying to find out: an attitude toward
life-wttat to do, and how to do it.
Siiiple, lint the troth,
It strikes me as a neat and conveni-
eut interpretation of the Younger
jOGnerationi hy one who is net so far
teeloveil iconsthat generation him
seIf. Ciinseqiiently, it is valuable a
a niesos of giving a iMember of that
class a chance to see tutaisotfintoa
perspctctii toneurosytmpaihticcand
slit tee warerid.
It is so moral that it couilitbe cisel
,is collateral reciting tiy an S. C. A.
stiudy groiiupi in spite of tie tact that
sdulttry is pretiniuoulrnetntioas I.
Jis: Pinuirg
[AL, OBSERVER
II 17,cosret ratios to the'sty
It' i1' ',eseriilnetot elso kesen
a 're t that such a hey- as Harry
iioiuld not lice to %vock out tie destiny,
~ oulitrevsies-tcle book teter;,tie
cannit go otisoidetails wsithiiut pacact-
tug,, greolt, lhts oswn likes and dislikes.
Ant so tie must content himself w ithz
general praise of the biokt-of the
ctear picture of the dare-devil Htarry,
of the kern yet symspathetic descrip-
lions of New England farina and vil-
loges, whitch fornis the backgrond
of the record, From beginning to end,
Htarry is a truly human document,
bieautiful and convincing in subject as
well as farm,
"They say I am thirty years of age,
but if I have lived three minutes in
one,.,,'anim I not ninety?"
Baudelaire, "Rockets"

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those dresses or plaited skirts
that are so necessary to your Christmas
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The satisfaction of knowing they are
properly laundered will add to your
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ure.

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