irily G s Opinions
Air Head Appears
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Declares Opera Galli- Curci or to stay that I do not CHINEJSE STUDENTS
Wench s Aremeasure up to certain standards as
WenhesArean ctrss.My art combines muic o ARIRANGE ADDRESS
adthe drama and should be consid-
Buxom ered in that light. From music I get i ss Edith M. Bader, of the Ann'
_ ~ ~ ~ ~~m inspiration for the interpretation* ro' ulcsholssewl pa
p[SENT, qof the drama. Hluneker l i the most
just of critics, I think, for he d oAt'speak to the Chinese Friendly circle
d resort to sarcasm," she declared. l at 8 o'clock tonight on the subjectl
B y ni lii so o e icain Society."
"Charming", ~~~should be idpnetadcos h
" amig", was the word Mary fil o Idpnen n ho& h iss Bader has-for many years been
Garden utheiroself-expretheioe.fShe-an inistructor at Tsing Hua college,
Oardenuse todecrie te prfom-does not believe in co-educationi, but Peking, China, which was established
ance of the 'Michigan opera Tuesday that women should stay In their owrnb h Aeia rtre"idmi~
night. "It was a finished production colleges. The women of England and fbnd.thAercanreturneralitudentiti
and highly entertaining. Oh, to haver ftaly'have develoQped more independ- thunivTeriy oare eresuderthei
the willowy figure 'of the Michigan exact since the. far, but the feministTsnIuachlrip
man who wore the very decolleo movement in Fraz~e has be'en crush- Ts yeHarschoayintrp tn.sek
gow ! " she laughed. "Not with all ed, she believes. eswl escrdb h hns
my swznuzmn And dieting have I Sparkling and vivacious was Mliss eriendlybcireodiscuy the Cials
been able to attain such perfection," Garden, as she chatted breezily on and religious problems of both China
declared Miss Garden. various subjects.anAirc.Aypel ntesd
"No, I don't exercise much durinrgq I'm rathier In sympathy with some 'will be welcome at ,all the meetings.
thie eight months of the "year whicl', phases of the New thought, but oh! It_________
I spend in America," she -said. never could be a Christian Scientist as
How then does she keep so well? I proved to myself durinf a recent ill- . apaan Suffers Bad Quake
She is physically' fit because during I ness,,for I summoned .all my mental London, Dec. ,1..-A severe earth-
each summer she goes with her fath-! energy in an attempt to overcome the 1 quatke at Klushlu the southernmost of
er, her two sisters and th~eir famil-. grippe, but I remained a victim of the three principal islands of Japan,
les to the south of France where shcj'the disease for eight days,".said Miss l i reported in a Tokyo despatch to
spends every mnoment out-of-doors;, Garden.I the Central News. Many persons are
swimining in the Mediterranean, play- ~ She -stated that she had never stopc- said to' have been killed or injured,
ing tennis, and eating in an ,airy din-I ped to think what she really does be- and hundreds of houses were destroy-
ing room built over the sea. In that' live. but that she is not unorthodox , ed.
southern sunshine she stores up the She still clings to the faith of, her --
vitality needed for the activities .q childhood in the home where hiey, West Virginia to Play Oregon
her musical career. mother taught her the fundamnental's Morgantown, W. Va., Dec. 8.-An-
Is Lonely of the Episcopalian faith. nouncement was made tonight that
"Women. envy mae my glittering ca- Miss Garden seemed as fresh and the West Virginia foot-ball team has
reer, but nzo one is Ionlier than I Am. blooming as the' American Be~auty accepted an invitation to. play the
For eight months, "I live in compara- rose she wore and was li just the University. of Oregon eleven at San1
tine solitude, devoted to my. music," mood to 'praise everything and every- Diego, on Christmas. say. West Vir-
shze said. body. She thinks the audience 'Iues.. ginla did not lose a ganme this seat
"Yes, I should love that little gray day night was typical of the. enthus-' son.
home in the West,for I adore chil-f iasm she has found all over' America
drzen, but what would I do with v ;and shxe declared she would like tb To Prosecutze Ani-cew Agtzators
family when I am flying about .the sing in Hill auditorium again. Bucharest,% Dec. 8.-Prosecution of3
country as I have to do? Alma Gluck - those engaged in anti-Semitic riots
and iMadame Schuman-Heinck have Jane Addamns Arrires i olan has been ordered,
families, but their art must be con- The Hague, Dec. 8.--Misse Jane Adi--
fined to conceit work. As for me, I dams, of Chicago,, president, was wet-
must have complete freedom for self- comned by delegates to the Women's !
expression in my art. A woman nmust International Leaggbe for Peace andf
choose between a home and a career* Freedom. I
They do not. go together . I chose Art,-I
but Oh! sometimes I am lonely and iiaskitball Manager Needs, Tryonts I, ia i h re
shoud lke ,o st bak i an asy Any sophomores who wish to tryout
chain and wait: for a husband to cone for assistant basketball, manager ar~ead
ho~."asked to report At 7 o'clock Monday
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sviimm tim.rnf-.n 14 aIn rklnz cna Qnnnna
several hours each'mornzing in vocalI nasium by Bert t. Uebele, '23E, bask-
practice and plans to be through by etball manager..
1 o'clock. In the afternoon she goek
ithe moving picture show or to--_ ____
Dean Bursley to Ret:urn T6Jfy
Joseph A. Bursley, dean of tudents,
-~ ej~wtidrama and especially who, with eight fraternity alien from'
1 -v. H isa geatthe University, attended thre 4nterfra-
dramatist. His 'The Hairy Ape' hastriycneec' edi e 62
been chosen to be given in France, lterweeyconexected n rernok
but I believe 'Beyond the Horizon' lstwee, _sepetetoreurntoay
could be more easily understood and ,'i .t ®Ognz ls er.
appreciated by the. French, after their S'All shoorgat nre se inth
suffering during the war," said Miss organization of a class basketball teamI
:Reacts Critics are asked to phone Fred Wasserman,
"Newspapers! magazines I readc66t a oce
everything I' can "possibly find cltimr I BanmNo Rcvee
for," she said. "Yes, I read everything'I Prfeso rumm, N who h ezen on
tlie critics say about me. Why werq I fined to his home with a severe cold,
ciisever bori? The public knows'
-%vzat thy wnt itouthavng ome has recovered and will meet his class-
one to tell them. I'm writing a booke gintdy
during nmy leisure hours; and nexr
year, when it will probably be pub-
Jished, the critics. will find that th'e
longest chapter in the book wiil bc
devoted .to ythiem. I am planning to CONTINUOUS\ SHOW
criticize the critics. It is unfair for
thiem to 'compare mee as a singer to 2:00 fto 11 :00 P. M.
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