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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Lady' Of 'In And Out-'
lost Beautiful In' Cas t

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BARDI KORFF LUS
RECOJERY OF RM
(Continued from Page One)
there ij a surplus, but the lack of
communication and transportation
dloes not allow of much distribution."
;peaking of Ruasian foreign rela.-
tioni Baron Korff showed that the
Hague and Genoa conferences hate
fbrought muany things to light, ;prine-
pally that the Soviet governmnt
wishes more than recognition. The
,question at the present time Is where
to get ?Honey~ at any cost. "Russia is
rapidly coming to a situation that has
never been equaled by any other
country-it iIs almost. out of funds
withi .which,-.to. carry -on its outside,
business. A plan. has been adopted
whereby the, government will sell
Iconcessions for cash payments. Rus-
sia is well known to be rich in nat-
ural resources and this means may
'serve to allevilate the situation some-
what.".
Baron. Korif >was extremely doubt-
ful that hiere was any possibility of
a .bolshevist revival. He tpointed out
that because of war and internal strife
caused, by bolshevism, another move
ins such: a, direction would be futile.

against the principles of -human na-
ture," he said.
"Trotsky is still at the head of the I
Soviet army in Russia," said the bar- !
on in conclusion. "But for the past
six months he has remained carefully
in the background. Whether or not
this is an indication that -he intends
to m;.ke another attempt to fulfill his
plans only the future Lean tell. Per-
sonally I do not consider him inger-
ous. A dictatorship cannot last with
a democratic people such as the Rus-
sians have shown themselves to ,be,
and as I am sure they will ever re.-
Imain."
Baron Rorif will deliver the last of
three -lectures at 4:15 o'clock tomor-
row afternoon in the law building. His
speech will bet on "Russia and Tur-
key."
MARY OARDEN GREETED BY
ENTRUSIASTIC AUDIENCE
(Continued from Page One)
melodious "Berceuse" from "Jocelyn".
her success was tremendous,, both
from an artistic and a popular stand-
point.
Any attempt to evaluate Mary Czar
den is obviously futile. Her person-
ality and methods are so unapproach-
ably different from those of other
singers that there °are, no standards

by which to judge her. To those t thinking, reading public of this coun- Ladles of St. Thomas Church yil
whose musical ideal is a Galli-Curci try. serve a chicken dinner Friday and
trilling on F sharp in altissimo she is Mr. Frank is considered one of the, Saturday night fromh 5 to 7:20. At in-
an inevitable disappointment. More most polished and effective speakers ter-church -nd the Women's League
judicious critics may well deplore her now before the public. His appear-' Bazaar, Blarbour Gym,--Adv.
occasional sacrifice of tonal beauty ance this season particularly creBated
to histrionic effect and her deficiency,; widespread interest, through his reel SUER IhN 075510
in some qualities of refined vocaliza- ognition as one of the great literary M HIA .Pop. Mat,. Tues.jhurs.
tion. But all can and must agree that men of the day. P4 Wan cd Eat., 25e nan~d 50c
as an interpretive artist, she has no ____ ---______' 0,T , , H Ch~77 O.
superior among the singers of this) Call 445 Huron Street Taxi.-A.k T HE BNSEgerainadththesbl rfcInACmyofLLfe C
tion of her art is p -ofoundly affecting. 14cinDiyadCie o 45,"EAST SIDE , AWE S'1 SIDE"'
Max Gegna a 'cellist who served MihgnDiyad hmsfr$.0 Another "Peg 0' My H~eart
both as' accompanist and as soloist -_________________________________
during the intervals between Miss RIDC1~ Nights - - 5~c to 2.00
Garden's appearances, proved, to be a LEARN T DA'CI" K Wed.Mat. 59cto 1.50
S performer of more than ordinary at- A.t.H.aWOO5SCPtese.t0
tainments, but one whose artistry; is y~S Y PAULINE FREDERICK
hardly commensurate with the ap- DANCE> STUDIOS I laWoeoe hiln r
plase he received. Emil Polak con- Hours 1.5, 7-14) WuertlI-rae I taa hoeoe hiln rm
tributed much to the performance by, "The Guilty One"
his sympathetic accompaniments. .

CENTURY 31AGAZINE EDITOR
WILL SPEAK HERE TOMORRIOW
(Continued From Page One)
League of Nations, considered by the
Peace Conference that same year.
His. "Politics in Industryi", publish-
ed in 1919, attracted wide attention,I
and his articles each' month in Ceni-
ury have won the admiration of the

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10
A WtIALE OF AE-HOW-WITH A aPL'itZNJJ 9 CA7T-
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"The bolshevism- experiment in Rus-;'
siat did'° not' work, because - it was 3
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.t ,Ames payed thle iart of a d
pony chorus in last yScar's opera.
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WATCH' DREAMY CHINATOWN WAKE UP
WHEN CONNIE DOES THE SHIMMEY!
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(iContinued from Page One) Prof. A. Somnmerfeldl of,-the, Uiver-
with four or five othaers as good. If sity of Munich will give a -lecture at
there is any one thing outstanding in 4:15 o'clock this afternoon in the west
this year's opera it is the number of
good comedy parts which put th(j lecture, room- of the- Physics building,
spice into a production that would notI on the subject of "Hydrogen. and Bel-
be altogether barren without it. ium".. Professor-Sommerfeld,. is said
Dancing .in the production was of a by. University -otielals to; be one of
class which one. expects to find in the leading :authorities of ilurope on
any good musical comzecly, and the OP- physics and mathematics. fie. Wi lee-
opera is that. "The Ann Arbor Strut"' taring this semester at the tnlversity
perhaps hit more \closely to the work, of Wisconsin..-
which is to be found on the road with Professor Soimmerfeld will continue
the latest productions. For origin- iletrs omrwFiyad
ality it would be hard to beat the I Saturday. The topic of, hlis lecture to-
Dutch Cleansers or the TIoy Soldier,P. ,morrow will _be " Atomic Structure
It was~ most pleasingto witness the'. andi the PeriodicSystm".

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large collection of college 'songs, with
the introduction of "Michigan ights"
by Thomas 1. Underwood , ,'23L.
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sung on the campus and find" its way
into the song book is uncertain. tI
is too early to say. But it is not toc
early to' say that it does not measure
tip to the standards of some of the
now favorites.
Those who have seen thne opera this
year have found something to ro-en- i
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recall their evening as a pleasant ex- {
perience. Those Who haLve not as yet
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SStudent Underges '!perateon
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Twilight .Recital
Program
The regular weekly twiliht- Organ
recital will1 take place at 4:15. o'clock
this. afternoon in Hill Auditorium..-
Earl V. Moore , ot: the School of, Mu.
sic faculty will be heard- in the fol-
lowing program:.-
Solemn Prelude from -"Gloria Don!-
ini"--Noble.-
Fugue in G minor-Bach.
IChorale "Awake, Sleepers"--Bach.
Piece Heroque-Franck.
Pastorale in A--Guilr~ant.
March from "Arianne" -Gulnant.

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