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December 10, 1938 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

… P RSP CTIYES University Of Michigan Literary Magazine VOL. 1L, No. 2 DECEMBER, 1938 As e Gaily Martch Along tFirst 100 Years By DAVE SPENGLER r. T IS SATURDAY MORNING and you just got a bolt from your ten o'clock. You should study for your next hour, but your head is a little fuzzy from last night's bit of dissipation, i so you feel the walk you're taking will brace you. You walk with purposefu step across the campus to South State street...…

December 10, 1938 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…Page Two PERSPECTIVES COURSE OF STUDY YEAR TERM Languages & Literature Mathematics and Physics Intellectual & Moral Sci. Folsom's Livy, Xeno- 1- phon's Cyropaedia, and Bourdon's Algebra. Anabasis. Livy finished, Horace, Aleebra, Legendre's tGeo- I. 2. Thucydides, Herodotus, metry, Botany. Roman Antiquities. Horace finished, Homer's Geometry, Mensuration, 3. Odyssey. Application of Algebra to Geometry. Cicero de Senectute and ?lane and Spher...…

December 10, 1938 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

… PERSPECTIVES Page Three _ - THE WESTBOUND . by Earl Luby E-m RE I LEFT the yards I found a yard man who told me when the westbound was going to move out and he said he'd give me the high sign all right. "Sure. I like to see the other fella get a break," he said. "Course, maybe I take a little slin off my own hide by it ..." He shuffled. "All I got's a quarter." "Usually it's a half buck . .. but gim- msee." I handed him the coin. "You kn...…

December 10, 1938 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

… Page Four PERSPECTIVES dazed and I half-dragged him, half walked him to the door through th miscellaneous fights starting up. Outside we stood in the doorway be forg we ran, trying to see which wa was best to go. In the instant, abov the buildings the great flames of th mill fires went up and went down again The skies burned. Then blacknes crushed down on the tips of stacks an furnaces just silhouetted behind th warehouses. A police siren ...…

December 10, 1938 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 5

… PERSPECTIVES Page Five saw Muscle's match flare in the back of the car. "We're going and goddam quick," I shouted back to him. Muscle straightened and ran back to us. "Hey wait," he yelled and he held-my arm again and his big hand was like a shackle. He could have broken my wrist just like that. "All right, but gimme a match. I got to have a cigarette if you're going to make a nervous wreck of me." "I ain't got any matches. They're all go...…

December 10, 1938 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 6

…PERSPECTIVES Pull up the collar of your coat and walk, sucking on an empty pipe, feeling in an empty pocket. .recalling the hero books, the stories of how they rose up on nights like this .. . Search, then. Search through dark streets through the alleys where night-eyes blink the hollow warehouses that rattle their corrugated roofs in fitful sleep the phosphofesgent streets where the neo-Georgians the neo-Normans lie smug in cellophane and di...…

December 10, 1938 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 7

… PERSPECTIVES Page Seven . . ANDRE MALRAUX by H. M. Purdy MORE than any other man of his time, Andre Malraux has be- come a legend. The great love and devotion which millions of men throughout the world bear for him has no comparison in our literature or art. In these most troubled and terrible times he is the chronicler of the condi- tion of Man. It is helpful to know the life of such a man. He was born in Paris in 1901, where he studied...…

December 10, 1938 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 8

…Pose Eight PERSPECTIVES THE MAN.WHO DID RIGHT ..by Don Cozadd 4 THE OLD FRENCH QUARTER of New Orleans looked the Vie. It was late dusk when he walked out along Market street think- ing that it was good to be here even if it wasn't home. It was his home port, any way. Here he was with ninety dollars after eight months of sailing, and that's a long time. It leaves a fellow kind of lotesome, lonesome for a different sort of companionship than...…

December 10, 1938 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 9

… P ERSPECTV ES Page Nine HE SANYI.. by Richard Bennett Written after the signing of the Munich Peace Pact. T WAS over a hundred versts to Novgorod, a hundred versts of wind and cold and dark gray snow. Ser- gei was in no mood for such a jour- ney, nor did he relish the prospect of traveling all night with Levin, a red- haired muzhik that had come down of late from the country around the sea. Though Levin was gay, he was not kind. Tears, bi...…

December 10, 1938 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 10

…PERSPECTIVES ty river, and of the Ural and the Don. He sang of the Dnieper and the Ob. 'Now sing me the song of the Cos- sacks,' said Sergei; for Levin was a man of fine voice. So Levin sang of the Cossack wars and the legends of the Steppes. When I heard, my belly trembled; My lips quivered at the voice: Rottenness entered into my bones, And I trembled in myself, that I might rest, In the day of trouble. When he cometh up unto the people, He...…

December 10, 1938 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 11

… PERSPECTIVES Page Eleven n't have climbed it anyother time, but up he went, caught a leg, pulled it loose, fell over, and started up the dark end of an alley, legs pounding, running . . A feeling of intense relief and freedom swept him on. Back in the apartment the girl went to the door, opened it cautously and peered through a crack at a strange man. "Mollie," he said thickly. 'Who do you want?" she said sharply. "Mollie-is that You?" he ...…

December 10, 1938 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 12

…Page Twelve PERSPECTIVES as the study of the types of symbolic relations.) It may seem to the reader that this insistence on discrimination of fields is verbal and insignificant. The point is, Mr. Dewey is trying to show not simply that there are important propositions in psychology dealing with the processes of logic; but that the pro- positions of logic are either derivable from psychological proposition, or are gratuitous and misleading....…

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