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…t Iian Iat SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANY ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1922 A Possible Medium of World Peace ---An International Court (By Paul Watzel) In December, 1920, the Assembly of has formed much of the existing inter- sentiment against warfare which is A step toward the assurance of the League unanimously approved of national law. When the judges at- shown to be growing year by year. more friendly relations between na the draft statute o...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1922 Balzac held before their eyes. By d' oeuvre s beautiful, so replete with B a l the dispassionate lens of realism that two pigments and the result is a chef § l l c - - 7 a i his bold and lucid portrayal of the soul, so poignantly touching, that one follies of this world, he waged a con- feels hands of steel tighten around stant war against vice, although fewi one's heart while reading. Old ...…

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…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE Universities as one of the five French officers sent "We definitely avoid publicity in first move on receiving his application here to assist in the training of Amaeri- this matter," said he. "Our object is is simply to send him a number of FRENCH AND AMERIC AN can troops, and was assigned to Fort not so much to send many American French university catalogues, and (r Sill, Oklahoma. Since...…

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…THE -MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1922 January Whimsies--A Review (By G. D. E.) tremely good. The first is a bit of garet George Walker, wins my respect. Going back to the time of Chaucer, Following my criticism of Novemberl lofiy tosh, well worded. Except for a bothersome repetition I can find no use of "hungered' as a Whimsies I was accused by nearly "Road-Sides," a prize essay of For- of a word or- two, It is a fine bit of n...…

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…i UNDAY, FERIUARY 19, l922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE 6 you imply tise truth that solid citizens! ________ W ha m ! -F ro D et ostsould be protected fruns ideas so that they in, y be comfortable and'sat-° sted and unadisturbed! To the Editor of t1e Sunday Magazine: And thean lisere are those references Ruose, I wish that I could follow you, Sm r o s s My attention Is. lately tieen catted to irreverance and the absence ofjt do indeed. To be ab...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1922 . HE MI a couple of pages, Pearson went on and !will read Pearson's book with a deal similarly disposed of the Conrad en- of pleasure. Pearson is not as sound thusiast, H. G. Wells, Hall Caine, and a critic of literature as Mencken, but a half dozen other British bombasters, he seems to know the stage, and the He slit a half dozen or more actors fact that he is an actor seems in no "....…

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…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE Z Galton who, it seems, was some sort is plainly evident when one compares James Elroy Flecker, whose "Col- ( In "The Critic and the Drama," to of a relative. Pearson then launches the new editions with the early ones. lected Poems" Alfred A. Knopf is be published next week by Alfred A. into a retailing of a lot of little char- Scarcely a page is unchanged. A dull bringing out next week,...…

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…= THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1922 Whm is -Iau r)I01 -iO ETROIT, "D ea " 1operation consists in makting an inei- A ('W)IMUICA'I Fri gin '1PCd ion throagh the neck jnst below the A Review by G. D. E. (Conltissed frem Page u)T AatAplsohttepten Coninud romPae f4) ially of ths h etthiaosn-GCK o Lie breathes thru the opening in the neck thos whoven ther pison toinstead oft as normally through the (Caninied tainPage4) os opinion...…

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