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JACK NORWORTH, LEADING COMEDIAN WITH "MY LADY FRIENDS,"
AT THE WHITNEY THEATRE FEBRUARY 2 AND 3
Russian Student Communication
Actor of .ierit Editor, The Michigan Daily:--
During the past few weeks the
(By G. E. C.) minds of Michigan students have been
Having participated in professional more and more disturbed by sinister
acting in both Russian and American reports circulating quietly about the
theatres, newspaper work and play campus, reports of occurrences some
translating, Max B. Jaslow, '21, hopes of which have been verified through
to make use of this background of the press. If these stories are to be
experience as a means of entering believed, there is something radically
English literary and dramatic fields. wrong at Michigan. It would seem
A native born Russian, Jaslow has that a comparatively small group of
been allied with dramatic activities men, reckless of all but their own sel-
since he was 11 years old, beginning in fish, sordid desires, are by their actionsc
school plays and then taking minor paving the way for a very unsavory
parts in professional productions of reputation for campus life at this Uni-
the Russian "Little Theatre." On versity in the near future.
coming to this country, he made his The question is, how long are self-
home in Detroit and entered Central respecting upperclassmen, the ac-
high school. knowledged ethical leaders on the
Has Appe!ed iPays campus, going to tolerate this state of
He ecae ienifid wthnotonl Iaffairs? Freshmen on arriving herel
the school dramatic societies but also are coached i the basic principle of
had invitations.to play in the Russian the leadership of upperclassmen. At
theatres of that city. He has partici- present the only students, apparently,
pated in more than 30 professional who are vigorously asserting them-
plays. Under the guidance of elocu- selves in a consistent manner are
tionists he succeeded in eradicatingIthscopintiswlflgupf
traces of Russian from his speech and those composing this willful group of
now speaks remarkable English. Be- drunkards and lawbreakers. Is it de-
sides his professional appearances, he sired that freshmen follow their lead-
has acted for charitable organizations ership?
JasbothDetroitgasnwAnnArorkas The writer has too much faith in the
Jaslow began his newspaper work as
dramatic critic on "Russian Life," a abiding common-sense and integrity of
Detroit publication. He has also con- the student body as a whole to believe
tributed articles to English papers of that the existent state of affairs will
that city. As a translator he has put
many plays by his own countrymen !
into English. He has just completed
work on one of these plays and hopes
English Acoomplishment, Aim -r _
But Jaslow has set accomplishment
in English literary and dramatic
fields as his aim and so is devoting his MILADV
time to work in the English depart- 'GAGE
ment of the University. He is also a
member of the Players club and
shares, with the rest of that organiza-
tion, the desire for a campus theatre. \

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