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May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

…PERSCI University Of Michigan Liter'4ry Magazine VOLUMNE IV, NUMBER 4 Supplement to THE MICHIGAN DAILY By Gerald Bui MAY, 1941 trns won't leave you being such that the neighbors' child- bout you." a spectacle," he said, begin- angry. "And who is writing roughs," she told him. "He's ut you in his book, and peo- ng to laugh at you." them laugh," he said, as a e. "Or if you want me t to make him stop it." at dressed and go to the show he repeat...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 2

…Page Two 'PERSPECTI VES SPEARS AND0GOGLES By William Newton VEN BEFORE I had tried fishing in Hawaii, equipped with a throw- net or with a spear and goggles or a glassbottom box, I could not understand what pleasure anyone might find in still-fishing. As a boy six years old, I had been taken out for a day's fishing with my uncle--we sat in the boat-he fished and contemplated Lord- knows-what; I fished and squirmed. That was-and is-my basi...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 3

…'PERSPECTI VES Page Three ACCORDING TOMBON .By Vernon IBlake HE HAD LIVED sixty-six years, and now she lay in this little room, with the slightly moving white curtains, the flower-and-berry wallpaper, the two sad pictures on the wall, knowing that she was dying, that she had lived long enough. Now she remembered the Victorian days that were not always so sad, when she had been with the others in the spring, rid- ing through blossom-scented ...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 4

…Page Four 'PE RSPECTIV ES IF. TANGLEDBPAyRJTeR eJO 0 .By James Turner Jackson MORE than he needed six par- rots with their bills hooked together, Cesar needed a phonograph. Recordings of great noises, blasphemous to harmony and wonderfully discordant, would re- store his minid, freeing it from the ter- rible consistency of the incantation shrieked by those tangled birds hang- ing day and night in an open cage above his bed. Cesar had not le...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 5

…E RS PEC TT VE-S ' ge:. five .sPERSPEv C vv s.TI ..VE.s" Fi.ge Five THE PHYSIO-PSYCHO-SOCIAL ASPECTS OF SMOKING1 By Cleora Forth 1. eprinted here through the :_ortesy of the following periodi- cpds: Psychological Review, The -esournal of the American Medical Association, The Voice of Tem- perance, Encyclopedia of the Soc- el Sciences and Superman. INTRODUCTION Whdce it is not exclusively the prob- lem _-i psychologists, the behavior pat- t...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 6

…Page Six T ERSPEC TI V ES Page Six 'PERSPECTI VES LAWYER AMES GOES CALLING "I'll have two lumps of sugar, please- No, thanks, no lemon, if you do not mind." I watched her fingers pour the tea with ease, Her face was sad, but it was not unkind; Her eyes were full (their gleam had been so brief!) And through their lids I saw her memory stir; Her cheeks were pale, but, I could tell, the Thief Had left no other evidence with her; The room (so l...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 7

…TERSPECTIVES Paze Sevets g 8 EsSaECTIVES Pa e CONVERSION He rides alone along the country road, Thoreau on a bicycle. Reality, the flex and flow of muscle, Translates itself through pedals to the ground In terms of motion, ever faster in descent, Slower yet more rugged as he climbs approaching hills. He is fleeing from the groups, the men who grope With common hopes and plans to mend the world. The groups forever fighting in themselves, St...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 8

…pa'ge EigNf ,T ER S P 1? CT I V s. lk--Lp JL " A-0 JL -A By Katherine Ruddy F AYE didn't have much to worry about, the neighbors said. Faye was a very fortunate girl. She had lovely clothes, - perhaps not as many or as expensive ones as some of her friends whose families put every- thing on their back, but plenty of clothes for any girl. After all, you know, beauty is as beauty does. She was quite popu- lar-everyone knew her, and almost ev...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 9

…'P E R SP E C T I V E S Page Nim . By Don Folkman F YOU'RE ALLERGIC to honest-to- god, every-day, gut-bucket swing, don't read any farther. That's what this is about - swing; musicians; dance band. Before I start, I'd better tell you that I play the bass fiddle (in a dance man's lingo it's called "dog-house) and perhaps it would be better to say that I "play at it." Anyway, I'm the guy that stands back there holding up one end of an over-g...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 10

…Page T'en 'P ER S P E C TI V ES THE POETS The Double Man, by W. H. Auden, Random House, 1941. Every writer is under double surveil- lance today.-The poet, above all others, is responsible to his audience. In a time of crisis, he must do more than reflect the chaos about him - there seem to be artists enough to accomplish this in times of peace - he must demonstrate his understanding of events, and he must suggest, if not demand, a way out,...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 11

…'P ERSPECTI V ES Pale Eleven BOOKS IN SEASON The City of Man (collected essays), Viking Press, New York, 1940. $1.00 A New Testament of Democracy For those without faith, here is a book to believe in. For those who see only the problems of the modern crisis, here is a possible answer, couched neither in the selfish sermonizing of of capitalism nor in the stale scholasti- cism of communism. A -brief book, little more than a pamphlet, it app...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 12

…Page Twelve 'PERSPECTI VES BOOKS IN SEASON h Jee,66 cunt Men of the Mountains, by Jesse Stuart. E. P. Dutton and Company, Pub- slisher. $2.50. This is a collection of the stories Jesse Stuart has sold to such magazines as "Esquire," "The American Mercury," and "Story." When placed side by side in a book they show very plainly that they were written to be sold. Their calibre is generally much lower than that of his novel, "Trees of Heaven....…

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