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May 24, 1924 - Image 11

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Miss Estelle Downing, professor
of rhetoric at Ypsilanti State NormaI
will speak Sunday night; May 25, at
the First M. E.L church on the sub-
ject of "Wor'ld Peace." Miss Dowvning
who recently addressed the Women's
clb bof this city, has, ju.st returned!
from a meeting of the International
World Congress for P ~eace' at Wash-
ington.
Mr~s. Ruthi. Buchmnan, of Ann Ar-
bor, who was a delegate of the Wom-
en's club of Ann Arbors to ,the same
conferenice; will also adldress the meet-
ing. The public is cordially invited,.!

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S. C. A. Calls For
Cam~p Donations'

1Emamy Kruegier, the great Germnan :
soprano, whose song recital Wednes-
stay opened the, 31st annual May Fes-
tival under as favorable auspices as
it has ever opened, left yesterday to
give a series of concerts in Chiicago,;'
and in a final visit with heer, she spoke
~of America, and more than that, of !
American music. "I must go back to
Germany." she said, "I must appear;
in the Bayreuth festival. lMut I look
forward to returning to America for
it is ~a beautiful country.
"America," she went ran, "is a grow-
ing country, with vast possibilities.
lhurope is old; it was at its heighlt.
ibad reached its highest point; fiow
America is rapidly climbing, and wil
occupy that place of prominenice. In
every way, America 'is miles ahead of
Euirope~. It is declining now, but Am-
ericla. is rising, increasing in strength
and power. I am glad, for I love this i
country. It has been very kind to me
jon this, my first visit."
IWhen asked about American music,
Madame IKrueger said: "'Every ytar,1
I receive in Munich, great numbers
of American songs. Some of them I
page with me now., and next year,
when I return, I am to sing theme.
I have several, all of them are beaut-
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iful. There is Sidney
is my- boy?", Walter
Last Song," and Shar
Death Song."~ All ofI
New York. They are
any music could be. P~
is to me like America
beautiful, free, and ab(
The songs are easy,f
and beauty."

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'raternities, Sororities, and all or-
ganizatios which' decided to contri-
~bute to the University of MichiganI
'Fresh Air camp, and wliich have notl
yet turned in their subscriptions are
asked to do so at once. Checks or
muonoy, may be sent to.lVMilo ,Oliphant,!
'24E, head of the Student, Christian
association~ committein charge at
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city. The class will return ,next 'wee
by the way of Higgins Lake State Foi
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