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SUN DAY, MARCH 11, 192:3

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PACE SEfVEN

his unromantic puritan nature, she
left hin, a sou-weeary girt who had
searrctedtfor loe ttotttttit, ani hat
been defeated in the batte to retain it.
Manin, cold-blooedtAnglo-Saxon
though h wa's,roldi not endure the
heartachte of her tesetion, anti plea-
ed wittt ter to r~tr, ttt Sonyt tas
ta'sted ofteotup of Life--atttfoutit
it Iittetr. Se trried te motiste.
Ani Yeirtta a lst reseto Iitt
Saome of te TenotentIs'a tdratia.
y Paintte in tno fasecotltrs of tte
ghetttt of New York te itiglift-
and the getto it in itself a ttetig
po.IttSontya sie hasrcreted a har-
actet' whose life is a fatte of passio
forteatty ttd love. tingtto fet rtt
te bittryofotcreed atdtth le prejttties
tf rare itt orter to relie Ihe sefiht
treatt o rottatce --tatd ais
Thel(,oel is trtly a mttster' work.
"Hutngry tHeart" rttght Atzio
Yeziertka from tdarkes into light:
"Salome of the Tenements", will keep
her foever in te light.
-' THE PAINTER STANDS
ALOOF
j ills u. Afret hula.
Rfev etdbIt ' L. Tiden
lo atinott tk rrtvittwe'rs ttotctit
amitts'autttot'of sho(ff1stortit'5 as tiff
reincarnatiott Iff. tentylorfthte ieir
atpairett of t'tt'titts.'STe first ae
lrestmttoses sttort, ('firaiftttttlc' sn-
tetes, tttt'tchtocolf't~te sd 'ejfoystfttt
ten dollar a weet't srrws of Mador f
Liz. The second claiication be-
speaksotfa "rtlettless young realist"
with a setsmottttandtttery sitntyeyt'
a potintetdtlstitktati jottig Cltnire
atittns. Somtimeiltts tere f' itetlt'S0"lft
autittit hisvt a cotbtttfiontfftypt 5e"s
atidtrefuss mft If fittttttal ito th
tteitst tmtustt be aI(lastnft.place
mst beostitstufott"''ly foritth'if
goodttotlttf'tofnttoio'It AOtttri-sois.,t
nischet'tisllt eher own. tt. f 'S
flet'tttue's areshotitttequalty:ivtiget
httti tt'etsmalitowi'thotteasi
eampletof'tmitt'wsti vrtty iffty-surtd(i'
teick andit smtt keiofttitfe lc it.'t'hel
t's'rtrt iloertlwth o citetolauhter
'thme rsetel reezttertl use wofeP
ofidtne thaldttseaeffort ftheOine'mt(t
lifduersthae plotbCuraontte.Allghe;
lifeespntsapetnefrhotmaittonh
to app i te rttttiase, the higstory, atu
marriese tocalesat srofteto Itootl.
trautta Pottesryheatsaon th
tiuse tf Jer'stdaught~t ter is nh Itt
substlyind patroaizedtbythe seelh
rtuarougs lit'r criues t herdfugterli
The faketchtecmined 0mettaotftPa
plantsarinttoct'tnt"t'heIlatt...
oftetilrentas attlliot ttt'st sttt
Atae , "Amy'sif ttort,"ttconcernisiiia
ItirtwhloncehearIthalt sinievdryln'
ietiastheScot itftrt'iiov'l. ' ller
lie h setw iting ifrisothtitngt i
fi id etooibadi iha't ntingee

ii 5' <t giitifis
Ole' I (' 'i.t f i
tl~" t if ti t 1, if ]'o

choose. She play n favrite; 50 one
is wholly Hotd or twholly ad; hers is
asplencdittsets ft euiy
Whlt' the rtatdeo is takent withit
the em'otional life of the caraters,
theit'mpression, t think, persists tat
thedycant b~tie knowrn as persnli-
it's; one oes sift close lt'etbooktantI
have remanintg iithtimtinttil'vivit
intae of an itdividtttl that itoeitent
after reatditg Driser's "'sese Ale"
for exampletotr alt o f Merrick's sto-
st rng ittivi'itttihits is ittho' fat
Iha tMlArs. Winitsows ltchoisett for her
'cta rters, sithiterlats onesor't1'
e'xevptins, Ithe'ptret kint of stok
Iypt t' smalliidor'tigir, tet H at'lt't
iatdsweler, the comfortabls' sittte't
itt' 11fft I thee tos eeni bretthle
naturtl that theysotldhitvetto littre
T'he smne tatplies toAlt. Stiror
leae lttl o r It aquitancet'''shtit
Alt' thmina;f ftfthe tellthei stortie
isa fter'c'Si l ever: tf isi n a 'tiff
ftllft yitit fig ureit' t hou sallws
lte lackti of(aiy ixedt ide a ('tt'ndt atn
I 'at on ine tal sItti i'I it' tttIr['
is refreshing to se tthfr amused a t
jtftutt si- r 0 (w iumanf fallac est
tecl issoteftofvinyiilIlision.
'''ti tnovs 0 i fsettii'ttkt
hIctmtn thit'oait it't' orIant orsiti-
m'ettofh;:tthleachtttitan.o'he Ipnt't
Stat e witlltifat'enhitory;'t'for(id tee
inr:,tl as ott tater tiangitthst dcoutrsit
w- No il-napdensciatiofth freoit
ihat te renedt ttlttthey i't tby no
f frien.lishantitnditnetal evet;u
bru if bot a(rverstal oif judgmetN
by atill'''tiaean ar d

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HOES that are dif-
ferent-trim and
at $6.00 and $8.50
Gross and Dietzei-
117 E. WASHINGTON
Eating May Be a Habit!
Make 'OyourcLtunchesoa Ipletasure'
by eatinig it
t Tuttles Lunch Room
38Mtivnardl St. South of Majestic

Dry your hair b
electricity
lIft's ltifst, qtaidt way151
W(ll'llitletric htaii' triet 's(
lily shtlt I mo, siOh eithter''warnsl o'
te cv it' vi' of tpurching ~ is 'tery
$25
I',co'ttsoft fiittl t/fhoiul li~eo ne 01.
D troit Edison Co.
of ' i 's1 lepfi~ti' i

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