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T N I ('ARID A DA B,

SUNDAY,

This Summer, I Ever, Is The Time For That Overseas Jaunt You PI

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Russia Termed A .See Italy By
Land Of Hospitality s l a i g Off
Russians 'have always been noted
for their hospitality, according to B
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literature department, and the new
order of things has not changed this
innate quality. The traveler in Rus-
sia receives the best of everything,
including hotel rooms, theatre seats,
and train accommodations, she says.
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Back Streets And Smaller
Towns Provide The Key
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Germany. plans for mus
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Nhae. argmet, or s oR.ian by Of course you're going to Italy; their work has not been decided by
birthe . Pand of course you'll- feed the pigeons the government. Also, Arturo Tos-
ith. ss ein St. Mark's and: ride a gondola canini, the great Italian conductor,?
The Russian people are very proud over a lantern-lit expanse of water who has been scheduled to conduct
of their achievements and are not near the Russian Cathedral; of the performances of "Die Meister-
only glad but anxious to show ithemi course you'll see the Coliseum by singer" and "Parsifal" at Bayreuth
country. Mine. Pargment declared moonlight and stumble through the has placed his name at the head of
that in a recent trip to Russia she hushed caverns of the Catacombs; of a petition declaring that he will not
was stormed on all sides by offers course you'll haggle: over tiny jew- appear in Germany under the pres-
and elled cuff-links and beautifully- ent conditions there. Other famous
factories. worked leather pocketbooks on the singers are Frieda Schorr, soprano,
te. g Ponte Vecchio-but will you see the and Melchior, tenor.
Mie agetblee hteeyreal Italy? Ee with the present black out-
traveler in Russia should see the IEven
characteristic city of Moscow. It is Will you see the works at Lake look, plans are still in progress. Ger-
accessible from Paris by train with Nemi where the Italian government many has always been a great ex-
only one change - just inside the is reclaiming the two floating pal- ponent of summer concerts and this
Russian border-and by boat to Fin- aces of the emperor Caligula? Will year will be no exception. The rea-I
land and train through Leningrad you have your hotel-keeper wrap a son for special stress being laid upon
without a change of trains. bottle of cheap, ink-red chianti with the musical angle this year is that
With the change of capitol from several half-hearted chicken "sand- 1933 marks the fiftieth anniversary1
Petrograd (now Leningrad) to Mos- wiches" (no European knows what of the great operatic composer, Rich-
cow, all the interests of the country a sandwich really is) so that you can ard Wagner. It is also the bi-cen-I
shifted and Moscow became the cen- turn from the beaten path long tennial of Johannes Brahms.
ter for all new enterprises. Now Mos- enough to sit under the trees of
cow is the model Russian city and somebody's orchard and eat a lazy Munich Is Wagner Center
has the added attraction of all of its lunch? Will you go to the Royal Pal- Munich will be the chief center
old buildings, which make it one of ace in Rome every night and watch forsthe Wagnerian celebrations.
the most picturesque of European the changing of the guard, which is Plans are being made now for the
cities. Since the revolution it hasn like no other changing of the guard presentation of the entire cycle of
more than tripled in size and has be- in Europe? Will you avoid La Scala Wagner's operas in chronological or-
come the center of all official, so- to sit in the midst of a perspiring der, starting with "Rienzi" July 15,'
cial, and theatrical activities. garlicky, jolly Italian crowd to see and ending with "Parsifal" Aug. 28.1
Although Leningrad lost its pres- an American movie in Italian (we At the same time there will be a
tige with the new regime, Mme. saw "Le Luce della Citta"-"City series of Mozart concerts at the
Pargment thinks that it is uickly Lights"--)? theatre where he conducted manya

By PROF. ARTHUR L. CROSS
It is difficult to be very helpful on
this subject (travel in England) in
the restricted space available. To one
visiting England for the first time,
and even to the seasoned traveler,
Muirhead's England, Scotland, Wales
and London in the "Blue Guide
Series" are indispensable. Also it is
well to join the English-Speaking
Union. Their spacious and beautiful
clubhouse is conveniently located in
Berkeley Square and their courteous
and efficient staff are ready to an-
swer questions on all sorts of sub-
jects: on routes, shopping, hiring a
car, selecting a hotel or choosing a
play.I
London must be taken for granted,
except that one must not miss the
Tower, the Inns of Court, the Na-
tional Gallery, the National Portrait
Gallery, the Houses of Parliament
and Westminster Abbey.
Outside of London there are cer-
tain things that every tourist is ex-
pected to see, .Stratford-on-Avon,
Warwick Castle, the ruins of Kenil-
worth, and Canterbury Cathedral.
Obviously students should yearn to
see Oxford and Cambridge. The Ox-
ford High or High Street shares with
Princes Street. Edinburgh, the honor
of being one of the most beautiful
streets in Europe. Christ Church is
the smallest cathedral in England.
The town of Cambridge is not as in-
teresting as Oxford but the "backs"
or lawns sloping to the tiny river
Cam are unsurpassed and the choir
at King's College Chapel is heavenly.
Except for the marvelous Lake Dis-
trict, the most beautiful part of Eng-
land is the south and southern mid-
lands. Bath is teeming with literary
memories and is notable for its finej
Eighteenth Century houses. Wells is
near by with its fine cathedral and
exquisite Episcopal palace. Not far
off are the ruins of Glastonbury and
the ancient Pilgrim's Inn. Another
abbey is Tintern, which can be
reached by the Wye Valley, where
one can enjoy some of the finest
river scenery in England. The red-
rocked coast of South Devon lies only
a short way to the south. Clovelly
is a bit spoiled by trippers but re-
mains very quaint and Lynmouth and
Lynton are surpassingly beautiful.

Soviet Has Altered
Woman's Position
Women in Russia in the new order
of things are free and equal to men
in all respects, Mme. Lila Parginent
of the Russian literature department
stated in an interview. Before the
Revolution women of the higher
classes were free socially but never
on the same basis with men while
those of the lower classes were ac-
tual slaves.
This change has been brought
about by the fact that women of
the new Russia are expected to work,
Mme. Pargment stated. Everyone in
Russia works or he forfeits his right
to vote. Although the Russian gov-
ernment prefers to employ women it-
self, they are considered to be work-
ing if they keep house for persons
who are employed by the govern-
ment. The general trend is to keep
the Russian women from the kitchen
by the establishment of "factory kit-
chens" where food is prepared for the
whole community. These are under
the auspices of either the factory it-
self or the community as a whole.
With the woman working, family
life in Russia has taken a new turn.
Eight weeks' leave before and after
confinement is given to the woman
doing manual labor and six weeks
to the woman doing office work. She
is cared for in government-controlled
hospitals, as all medical care is
under the state. Salaries continue
during this time from a social in-
surance which has been especially
established for this purpose.
The opinion that Russian women
are lax in morals has been derived
from the fact that after the war they
were given freedom suddenly after
generations of repression and they
did not know how to use it. Under
the old regime divorce was practically
unknown because the church did not
recognize it and Women were finan-
cially dependent upon men. The only
professions that were open to women
then were medicine, dentistry, and
teaching and even those occupied in
these were few. Now there is no dif-
ference in work or pay for either
sex.

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becoming re-established. The ruined
industries are being replaced by new
ones and re-population is taking;
place. It is by no means an unin-
teresting city to visit, although it is
1 more nearly a characteristic Euro-
pean city than Moscow, which is
completely Russian.
Traveling in Russia has been made
easy by travel bureaus which ar-
range for a guide who interprets,
pays all the bills, and arranges for
transportation while in the country.
All The World Knows -

V Know The People years ago.
If you do, you'll see the real Italy. Mr. McGeoch stated in an inter-
You'll know the people better. You'll view that this situation is being re-
avoid the tourists. You'll have all the ferred to as "the great reconcilia-
fun the tourists have and a lot be- tion" by all music students. During
sides, for your vacation won't, be their lives Wagner and Mozart were
stereotyped, great rivals and hated each other
Italy is awfully hot, and there are intensely. The fact that their works
countless fleas - fleas! - besides, if appear on programs together this
you go in the summer. But if you summer throughout Europe is a ges-
go in April or May, or right after ture which shows that the new trend
school in June, when it is cool and in music has broken down all preju-
beautiful and spring-like, you'll be dices, according to Mr. McGeoch.
amply repaid in beautiful deep blue Munich will offer complete days of
nights over the Bay of Naples or music, starting with choral works
warm, vibrant, summery nights over which will be presented in the morn-
a lantern-jeweled and musical Vene- ings, symphonies in the afternoons,
tion waterfront; cool, sunny days. and operas starting at 5 p. m.
along the Mediterranean or the Ad- Bayreuth is called "the Wagner
riatic. city" because of the composer's in-
You can't see Italy all at once; tensive work there. The city will be
there's not a chance. So here are some one of the outstanding centers for
of the "high spots" you won't want the music festivals. Although Wag-
to miss. This is y no means con- ner's complete works will not be
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