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May 21, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 169) • Page Image 1

…LI DAY it6 43an IDAY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 21, 1922 ., .,., .,,., ... , ..., .a.: ..,. . ...:, . .... ,. ., . .,,..,...., ,. , . .....,. NNII M w a mn-.s.-rwmi .. i.:.-.... .. ..-..... .. v. .i. . .Fnnr.r..+ .+r-.. .. ... -r. . . P_.- .. __ NOIS DEFEATS MICHIGAN, 7 HIGAN TRACK NWIN CHICGO IUALFIELD MEET RINES GET NINE FIRSTS 15 ENTRIES, DOUBLING MAROON SCORE A. BRICKMAN PROVES_ SURPRISE IN HUNDRED Hoffman Takes Jave...…

May 21, 1922 • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 21, 1922 REMINISCE CES By Hamlin Garland ceive a call (at our home in Ordway, With two hundres doilars in my little show of hunger as I could man- South Dakota) from a visiting Metho- pocket and the audacity of ignorance age. It was my first real meal in six dist clergyman named Bashford, a big, in my brain, I started for Boston to fit months, and as I was taking my leave blond, smiling young fe...…

May 21, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 169) • Page Image 2

…C UNIVERSITY , during the University Publication:. 'ED PRESS =titled to the use for pubki "" thsreWs r, lWieh Sa. m ..e .e. gned, the signa- :idence of faith, ily at the discte- office. Unsigned mnanuscript will :inents expressed LL STAFF nke 2414 R........ BRWSTER P. CAMPBELL *... Joseph A. Bernstein ---.-.-----..James B. Young It G. P. Overton M. B. Stahl Paul Watzel hairman.......... . ..L..=Armstrong Kern dorfer E. R. Meiss rews Edit...…

May 21, 1922 • Page Image 2

…2 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY,. MAY 219 1922 A Brief Talk.With Amy Lowell rl ' "'" ' iL+ (BHy NElisabeth 'hitcomib) champion of the free verse movement. a life of Keats, which will probably be "The Ann Arbor audience was dif- "I am not especially the champion pIublished next year. fereit from any other audience I have of free verse," Miss Lowell denied, "I What more might have been discov- had,' 'aid Miss Lowell, referring t...…

May 21, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 169) • Page Image 3

…nd An-1 On State Origin Prof. Robert H. Loowie, of the Uni- versity of California, will give two lec- tures here next Monday and Tuesday at 4:15 o'clock in Natural Science au- ditorium under the auspices of the University Lecture Courses. The titles of these lectures are "The Plains In- dian View of Life" and "The Origin of the State." Professor Loowie is an associate professor of Anthropology at the Uni- versity of California. He is conside...…

May 21, 1922 • Page Image 3

…SUNDlAY, -MAC 21, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE2 yI franlyadmit t hat the 1K awledge ic 1eIuni c gt transof t~liar r i. i i n the M ak LR LI ing"L jtteici)nodeliSolly cordin yaedcnin -roe1 c- nti rn n ptuJte iadgaly uitdrotn..:ci ple n>, nc ii- -sn fe-bly endiiicifectiey pesented e edc, anI ;pied t t iukni; the (Continued) to t e gioat mas of aon i, tatits iowhale s5s 5tno ^ lisi mo nre icu- By James Harvey Robinson !lir1ittieectonii Oiiizi...…

May 21, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 169) • Page Image 4

…5. t.. ..r Ui I - - ' _ %rom Page One) iD. Strike one, out, ,urdy. Wimbles up. d out to McCurdy, re- No runs, no bits, no ball four. He walked. McCurdy up. Strike one, foul, strike two, ball one. McCurdy popped out to Shackleford. Vogel up. Strike one called,, ball one. Dixon tried to catch Dougherty at first, foul, strike two, foul again, fouled out, Vick catching fly. Hell- strom up."'Foul, strike one, grounded to Uteritz, who caug...…

May 21, 1922 • Page Image 4

…4 UTHE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MAY 21, 1922 r r e lidlnvhe aitrc~itsoanimal whoIistirikestofn m auaturetrad, or itaneeare c rloIaoo thathbtt e s s oss con- The ° " n te luue.Ireis moeoer, giventtWtolie leading lgats o or ae. ITey idokted inot terey uottar, eceet- JTfakjng "lhe ill-I t. e1;er:. ted eltimatelof htsi er-tstOaidominttiittinlene in do ily aiioil , indloteni highly inx- i ilbe tilon tsanitfundstitttatic ai ndl lireigtnpli;th...…

May 21, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 169) • Page Image 5

…:ETOMORROW '0 iated Press) .-Ty Cobb, one of rs of the American g at the door for the he junior league cir- averages released include games of Tiger leader, who week ago, boosted , and finds himself second place. Ty's rently has been an eammates and as a have been winning e St. Louis star, who week ago, stepped batting list with a also is showing him- t run getter in, the t batting and base led him to register wing the way to the 15 thefts, ...…

May 21, 1922 • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, MAY 21, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE 5 Summer School in Geneva (ily Virginia Vasurrghn 'iryona) Inotes of all American and English which is attracting many hundreds of ternacional relations by members of Unusual etdacational facilities wsill! utiversities and colleges, tourists and visitors frout America university and college faculties. tie available at the saumer session of The serli-known Institut jean-, tis sanmmer. the Univ...…

May 21, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 169) • Page Image 6

…On rnities L. !"( SuI ,ons Placed soutI4 ssociated Press) pril 17.-Members of lature and delegates ica have appealed to Lie Viceroy, to induce of the Union of South e the disabilities and are imposed upon Thomas Arkle Clark, dean of men at the University of Illinois, has writ- ten an article entitled, "Shall I Join a Fraternity" which will appear in the June issue of the "American Boy." The article is the first of its kind that has been ...…

May 21, 1922 • Page Image 6

…s__ THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MAY 21, 1922 MESRS:ANTPHIOSh~ii~ht[, HlIe iasily dpdolbyit Bite r ig- W o sAN) WIFFLE ou sect, which duirsit o ot ofat oo s and A uthors Aauoo hrwt aigf ison h ex o t andl~t aeohi (A IReiew by I I. .) with the mins'or l'-,over on eueiiseta- 'l'HIs IcN(,lNIcII .,ANI) JIll PRICE Sstemo" reprsents a well-warranted' feminine comelises anl an averoooi society, practically penniles While SYsIIP' criticismt of ...…

May 21, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 169) • Page Image 7

… nst the Sen- ed to send 1520 South ARBOR CHURCHES d sophomores who have or their posture exan- do so at their earliest ore women having sophomore movie are rn them in to -Marian ewberry residence im- .Three gout of town ministers will ,speak in Ann Arbor churches today. Special music is an added feature of the services at the Methodist church. At the morning worship of the Pres- byterian church Dr. Leonard A. Bar- rett will deliver the fir...…

May 21, 1922 • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, MAY 21, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE 7 f Actually is it an entire decadent creed, was published in 1904. This story in- Eagle's Heart" I chanced, one night My mind was busy with him when charmingly written, outr , sophisti- volved Iowa, Nebraska and Colorado, to visit the largest gambling saloon in in going down the valley a week or cated, brilliant, and abnormal. A great and was an attempt to define the ori- Cripple Creek, wh...…

May 21, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 169) • Page Image 8

…ETIN~ .urday.) Number 169 degrees or cer- that no degree immencement of r certificate fee isiness, 4 p. m., :TH, Secretary. ity of California, will lecture f Life," and Tuesday, May 23, .1 be at 4:15 p. m., in the Nat- F. E ROBBINS. of a local chapter of the Scabbard and Blade, is requested to commun- icate with Box S and B, 223 East -Ann street, The Varsity Glee club will hold a meet- ing at 7:15 o'clock Monday night in the reading room o...…

May 21, 1922 • Page Image 8

…8 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNIJAY, MAY 21, V)22 what would his wealth do for her?" the martyred governor, John Altgeld, -"""""""" This was the starting point of and also for his deep feeling for Lin- "Money Magic." Bertha became "Mrs. coln. = s I Maney,' and the osey is anaattempt Although Vachel LiEdyay's homeca B a c to take up Mart Haney'a back trail jbalays teen in Sprinrglield, his edo Ency lopae ia rian ic and the way of his wife'...…

May 21, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 169) • Page Image 9

…A -l tu I'; " I -- 'I SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 21, 1922 REMINISCENCES By Hamlin Garland ceive a call (at our home in Ordway, With two hundred dollars in my little show of hunger as I could man- South Dakota) from a visiting Metho- pocket and the audacity of ignorance age. It was my first real meal in six dist clergyman named Bashford, a big, in my brain, I started for Boston to fit months, and as I was taking my ...…

May 21, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 169) • Page Image 10

…A Brief Talk With Amy Lowell (Py Lois Elisabeth Whitcomb) champion of the free verse movement. a life of Keats, which will probably be "The Ann Arbor audience was dif- "I am not - especially the champion published next year. ferent from any other audience I have of free verse," Miss Lowell denied, "I What more might have been discov- had," said MissLowell, referring to her am the champion of all good poetry. ered by careful inquiry must remain...…

May 21, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 169) • Page Image 11

…kdfankly admit that the knowledge is turen; long freighit trains of steel cars ' etill so novel, so Im erfectly a imi- thunder across: continents; monsrous e in in 't M ak in g laed, so inadequately coordinated,and n.sss of wealth pile up, are rin- so feebly and ineffectively presented 1eted, an aplied to making the (Continued) to the great mass of men, that its whole system a ore and more incon- By James Harvey Robinson direct effects upon hu...…

May 21, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 169) • Page Image 12

…s 1-IL MiCiIV sAN LJAILY lMV1AUALMLNt. "The yind in the ly a gregarious animal who dislikes inmanufacture, trade, or finance, are coclusion that busine. as now con- Th Iy nd he solitude. ie is, moreover, given to"the leading figures of our age. They ducted is not merely unfair, exceed- f1aking" the most exaggerated estimate of his exercise a dominant influence in do- ingly wastefuil, and often highly mex- tribe; and on these ancient founda- me...…

May 21, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 169) • Page Image 13

…Summer School in Geneva (By Virginia Viauglhn Tryon) uates of all American and English which is attracting many hundreds of ternational relations by members of Unusual educational facilities will universities and colleges. tourists and visitors from America university and college faculties. be available at the summer session of The well-known 'Institut Jean- this summer. the University-of Geneva, Switzerland, Jacques Rousseau," center of resea...…

May 21, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 169) • Page Image 14

…NESSRS. ANTIPHILOI S, EG IOLIL, He is easily duped 1y a Lake religi A n dAND WHiIFFLE ous sect, which drains hian of most of ~U W 1 u h i e~b )S) with the member ver an n trp reta- __ ismnedoAuthorsh ts qel. A garrulous satyr, with an eye for tion of the text, and finally leaves their "TILE ENGINEERS AND THE PRICE System" represents a well-warranted' feminine comeliness and an aversion society, practically penniless. While SYSTEM" criticism of...…

May 21, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 169) • Page Image 15

…ten, orilisant ana anormal. A great any prominent artists are in the ok, others are thinly disguised-and ter, surely one of the oddest figures modern literature. But summaries e weak and inadequate. ,By all sans read "Peter Whiffle." It is one the outstanding books of the. year. "Kimono," by John Paris, is sup- sed to have created some kind of a nsation in England. A pruned edi- in. has recently been published in e United States by Boni and Li...…

May 21, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 169) • Page Image 16

…addition to his poetical works include "The Congo," "General m Booth Enters Into Heaven," Chinese Nightingale," "The n Book of Springfield," and "The s Whales of California," he has n three volumes of prose, "Ad- res While Preaching the Gospel auty," "The Art of the 'Moving e," and "A Handy Guide ' for Vachel Lindsay is more than an a critic, a poet and a writer of e is entertainer extraordi- to the American public, for he e of the few poets w...…

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