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______ _ ___ _____THE MICHIGAN DAILY _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

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dIon has appeared in a great variety Attrac ive dresses, dainty and prac-y
ofroe at the Metropolitan Opera and 'tical for girls from two to twelve

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__ ------ has also found time for seeral conl-
otthwestern --"If our sense of 8s4eping in a mnortuary.-,Another stu- Misstordon' jestlt i to
X11 were cultivated to its highest dent pays is expenise 1)y occupying apparentfra persalitofihertrece
ee we should immediately be able a seat in the lIouse of S sre-euta- repert. Seha ppaedmn
;letect when a. person is lying cr tives. ro.Shhsapae ay
cticing deceit," according to a j______timies in sucli diverse roles as Azucena
i~ker here. "When the olefactory !~in 11 Trovatore," Amneris in !'Aida,"
ve is restored to its proper rdaco FeS&. h I iTOi t S rtrxidl in "Lohengrfi," ILranga ce ain
mg the other senses we will be "Tristan," Delilah in Saint-Saens'I
to sniff ghosts far better than wve - operai, Carman, Venus in "Tannhaeu-
now able to see them." Jeanne ,-idn oilal er" and Fricka in "Die Walkure."
dean~ne Gordon, vwho will sinrg ithe Miss Gordon is to make her Ann Ar-
eg;on--A census here has revealed' tithe role in Saint-Saens' "Samson and. bor debut when she appears here'AMay,
fact that most students work ',ardl- Delilah" at thee last l ay:- Festival con-!1.Thotesigrwocmoe
a the spring term thran in the fall cert, May 1:3, is known to ;irny De- the cast are Charles. Marshall, Clar-
i.The number' of Iiunkouts re- troiters as -Ars. Rlph i rix of that ence Wliitehiil, and Henri Scott. The
ed for the spring term amiountedI city and to tho opera-going p tiblic of 1lCor al P'nion and the Chicago Syn-1
.S while for the fall term there,,New York as Quo of tic outstanding; phony orchestra will contribute the:
34 credited. !mzembers of thie Metropolit~n Opera choral and orchestral portions of the
company. Mliss GCordon's rise to fame score
;(Wjl College, x'y.--Collego presji-ihas been astonishing.ly rap)id; for al-' l
at the age of 23 is the record of; though she has not come by h ler re- fll' lll'hI iPlAPPLI'CAT.IONSrid 1l4
leas L. Whittle, recently elected ward without hard vworkc, sh.e lbegun A. 1"I. . U. UST 1BE IN SOON
iof the local college. Pr sdontl her" operatic career nriul later tlmu3
:e was graduated from the law v the majority of singer, and quickly tt will bie necessary for all seniors[
immediYatlywhem ne a lieand rose to the very top of her profes- of' the electrical engineering d lpart-
i edtlycrmiinea i sji. nent to fil11 out their applicationls for
an nthe army. Ile practiced MI ,a f
I Mit Gtrdonwentto hw Yol a tud n mmbrship n teAeia

years. Jane Singleton Tot Shop. 4
Nickel's Arcade.-Adv.
Get good values dieap, thru the
Chassified columns.-Adv.
RECREATION TRAINING
A course embracing special yin-
struction in community dramna-
tics and recreational leadership.
Summer schools in Boston and
Chicago.
Catalog on application or inquire
at your College library.
Recreation Training School of
W00S. Hlisted St. (Hull House)

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iaw jru.a year betore b eig (3l~ftoW,
president last year.
Wi'sliiugtow--Serenading of women
students hereafter will be perinitted
after 8:30 o'clock only on Friday and
Saturdy evenings, according to a rul-
ing jxissed by the student council fol-'
lowing a complaint that the serenadt-
ing disturbs the sleep of reilden~s.
C'irceunatl -- Students hore have
* found faculty members very defliicnt
iin thle kniowledge of modern day slang,
jaccording to. a' questionnaire which
was filled out by the~ faculty. Some
of tho answers given by the bearded
savant; were the "snake hips~ were
a waist effect in feminine rainmient, I
and that "aoggravatin' papa" was a7
favorite American sport for the pur-
pose of getting money.l
Z ortlrweteru--Mlen here hlave plealg-
e'd that they will not have dates on<
three nights a week with women stu-1
dents or with other wonmen in Chicago
or\ Evanston. This action follows. aA
similar one taken by the women re-
cently, after much agitation.l
i*ashinton-A running water ,c~fp-1
teria for fish has been installed by thet
collegie of fisheries whiere professors
are attempting to determine what kind
of ? bait ,each fish prefers. The trout
is the especial problem which is con-
fronting the scientists at the univer-
it
India iia-"The man who applied at
a sorority house for work in exchange
for a room. probably thought that lie
deserves a medal- for bravery. A close
rival has been found for him here
in one who goes to the other extreme
iby earning the. doubtful privilege .ofC
INJURIED STUDEN'T
M~UCl IMPROVED
E~dward E. Weadock, '24, who was
injured Monday afternoon during tar-
Iget practice, was successfully operat-
ed on and has been convalescing rap-
Sidly since the remonval of the bullet
from his leg. Contrary to reports in
Th Tially, -Weodock was using a .22
revolver and is neither a member of
t li R. 0. T. C. nor wats he on thle. R.
0. Z'. C. target range at the time of the.
accident, which took p~ace not far
from the Boulevard, east of town. The
doctors believe he, will be able to leave
the hospital by the first of next week;
t4 the latest.

few years ago 'v ith no preconceived Institute of El
notions ;about the f'ootlighits or the in the next fe
glamour of "grand opera." She be- Students wi
gan her operatic studies at the insti- fit by the stu+
gation of a noted crit~ic who heard her few w eeks.'
sing at the studio of a famous pianist next year wh
in that city. By sheer force of artis- mnade the cost
tic worth andl a glowingly beautiful
contralto voice, Miss Gordon .forged Play and dr
rapidly to the front and was soon of-! white, sizes si
fered a contract by a travelling opera' two years. J;4
company which Shie accepted for the: 4 Nickel's Are
sake of the experience it would give!
her. She soon returned to New Yorki Others are 1
where Gatti-Cazazza without hesita- fieds, whay not
tion engaged her for the Metropolita.
Her debut was made in the diffi -----
cult;,role of Azucena, the gypsy motherI
in Verdi's "Il' Trovatore" and was bril-
liantly successful. The later H. I+.
Krehbiel of the New York Tribune'
wrote on. this occasion: "Her triumph jF(
was instantaneouis. Her voice is one J ar N\
of thle most remarkable organs the cd
Metropolitan hasheard in many yc cage
as voice of extraordinary ranige, mii-A
formity of timber, of ample pOv. er,j
warm, rich and firnm in tetutire." Mr. anrl~
Krehibiel's criticism was echoed hv bie, if fo
colleagues, who were unanimiuus inl, exten
praise of Miss Gordlon's superb voice, j
rare dramatic ability and striking
personal beauty. During the seasons
of 1921-1922 and 1922-1923, Miss Gor-

lectrical Engineers with-
ew Weeks.
ill not be able to bene-
dent irate after the next
This rate is $3 for the
ile if application is not
>is $10.
ress rompers, colors -inti
ix months, one year and
Pane Singleton Tot Shop.
made.-Adv.
benefitted by the clas si-
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application is directed
to the advancement of
industry and human-
ity. Prosperity is the
result of accumulated
savings judiciously
invested.

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