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…e 1r41┬žan &u4y SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1922 A Dutch "Robinson Crusoe" (By Lops Elisabeth WhItcomb) '!ism, at a probable familiarity with the Lucius L. Hubbard, a regent of the Printed Eleven Y ears Before Defoe's; Dutch story on to part a Defoe, at- Lucus . Hbbr ,a rget atliogl te poafianot by any means University of Michigan, has translated Th k7 b Regent Hoclusive. The similarity between into English the Dut...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SINDAY. TFEBRUARY2 6 1ss ^'- . -- n, v.vLll:lI. 1',rIJ.L1, V-A1,LZ Gi3 1.;?GG A Finnish'Colony In Northern Nichigan (By W. E. L.) A lead from the farm press, attrib- uting a scheme for home industries to he developed among the Finnish popu- lation on Lake Superior to Prof' C. O. Sauer of the University, sent the re- porter around to the geography offices. A leading question is half the inter- view, thought the r...…

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…S1,' DOAY, FEIULAIRY 26, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE 3 Our New Magazines --The Double Dealer (Editor's Note: This is the second Allow me to quote an editorial or two: go out-the lynching bee, Little Eva, Dunsany, John McClure, and Unter- of a series of articles written by G. "Let it be affirmed once and for all. Kentucky Colonel, beautiful kuadroon meyer. This poetry business in the D. E. on the new magazines. A third, The Double Deale...…

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…4 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1922 W ho Will Succeed Caruso? (By T. E. D.) and received some new ideas and con- path of Muratore that he will find he bolt upright, rub their eyes, and ask The successor to Caruso! Who will ceptions. must overcome. He is erraticand his tIhemselves what is the meaning of the he be? Is he in this country or has Martinelli is facing this different au- very high notes are not good. On advent ...…

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…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE A Statesman from Australia Smart Frocks (By W. B. Buler) time, Rocky mountain time, and Paci- Australian life that Mr. Gregory men- Washington had scarcely seen the tic time on their trip to the coast. tioned was the fact that more than Arms Conference end, when Senator Two or three o'clock is rather in one-half of the people live in the G. D. Pierce, one of the greatest fig-odd time to lan...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1922 lying out? The path of evolution is considered myself fairly content, and strewn with the most ghastly failures reasonably happy, to find that I have and mistakes, and man himself is get- not been happy, that, on the other otig ready to give up the struggle. hand, I have been extremely miser- In this connection, the author is able because I have not constantly T1 PAlLOi EGAT AMLS ' in a ...…

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…SUNDAY, FEB3RUARY 26, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE proofs, and consequently_ he attempts ? !f Vita -necessary to health and growth, in 1 lIZ{)F. I l 1 tUE1 ibFINIR[f the impossible and mnakes an ass of '~l~f additton to and entirety apart front COLONY I'N 'NOR'1I'IIN IMI('MlBA himself. those factors previously recognized (t ontissued frons Page 2) If the book were reduced to 50 pages (Bay 31. II. Pryor) (fats, carbo-hydrates, proteins.mi...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1922 NA-NY "ENOStS CANDI)ATES will probably become one of the popu- A DAY IN ANN ARBOR WITH AN Idealists of the practical type were FR THE CROWN OF CARIISO lar singers here, will contribute to AUSTRALIAN STATESMAN they. (Continued from Page 4) the good quality of grand opera in (Continued from Page 5) (.. E. I IEa<i S "TIlE DOUBLE to give us a glimpse of the glory of America, but his possibili...…

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