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injuY toyourclotes. Cn -
er' s apha oes he# ork
.An Caeu. teto

?. The bibliography is a bit The only means of realizing a dlance
thinl.which would be weholly American is
.i establish a dance-laboratory where
I!tchoregraphies mayire vWorked eut
Cfrosiderert from the clase rad! to their highest possible artistic at-
inst'sbuttion side, the bo i5vr-tinmleti. To have sucre._a labora-
interesting reading, especiaslly to lbs tory as tie Detrislaretis look iforward
lad l.:l, Mr Basian as, ihu t0 estas init vsoild lie ti'C( S it
any pretense ofritreroaery ocir , se to 105 theirt' schoo1lint sriith a
anIAmericantibllo t is peoduced it "Ilt,
b~irs te a compostrrite (Aottlire nose have,.
till ' i:I tpreeset it is 'a erti 'rart, rod
IsI11Vthrok it is tir leii" 10111 of
ill rioe ohung or'
frirrirrit. t iihs wbpthlo
I is erlirhat 'n ccii sentlitr(la'cer.iitl501a1l
, lied, Amrerrca will gsin arighfu
z ~ utli 0 il, aftr piare in the wsorldl of art relating Is
2l ri r I~h t~i' ti +t 'i t .]t'It < t e lance.

For instancliese's
''tere sar ' '1c1h'of iaietro-
seeterl if isdr
And thin neic i dt eotingr;3 ; n--
.tltreact yfr1 S' 1ren
andit ~Ic ,Miimss l in irr''it,
Editials w ' nd i'o frih
P'robraibels eiii tvalrrihble tinig
ini tthe booktea"' the laiyman's porrt
cf veis rthe ri r'eessowilh whicrht
ril these=oiminorrr ints ar' illustratert
t etsni orgaie t1riers'sf racner.i
siry fro n the profeisrsionarl itanld-
point lie lie ritlsi mpiile Irrocess of
trilling Inore p t ri 'i eih 'r'rsion.
cur ther, Le' liv's E x'amrrtirofiiprop-
erly iwritten stor,,ies leards roil ihetd-

(Continued from Page Five)
110's folk story, "Princess Sweallow
Amlong thle articles there is Hantlin
Garlrtnd's "Pioneers and City Dwell-
eri," in which Ie presents a brief for
thi twntiethl cenutry tian to live in
cities. Rutpert Hughes in "On a Cer-
loin Condescens ion Towards Serials"
proints out that thin condescension is
unjustifiable from the historical and
non-Amterican viewspoint, and even
trout the American viewpoint at an
earlier time. Thte evidence brought
forweard in Marguerite H~arrison's
"The Bolos antI The Arts," which is
msto inforaming, provensthat the Bol-
shteviks Ilave tby no means extermi-

Personal attention
clothes throughout
cess. No slip shod
will do here.

to your
the Vpro-

4. Absolute Safety
Insurance covers every gar-
ment. No danger from fire.
Fabrics unharmed. Longer
life to your clothes in fact.
5. Prompt Service
One day service. Clothing
called for and delivered. No
embarassing dela-T. On time,
every time.
X1.215for c1 i-nip' m d -,-r~x
V'ith ush cards, 10 i scom'n'.
tcr ge -,count-s 'or frtert I

Aitt rig tire mrrry gourd crapters arcetrited tre arts in Russia. Sketchres
tur? n" ttpictros, Sii-Arrpters. sitd of sotne of the present-day Russian
cdlt ions, bttt the sine I forundi rost abr- art exttonents, byy Usa Gomlrarg, illus-
inching was thtat on roirne. Hecre trate the article, A critical essay en
is the unradorrred and novely life of Frank Swinnerton is contrihtrted by
the nes'papermran laitd tare. lie Thtomras Bdeer.
weorti., it appears, fromr sun to surnTtre Literary Spotlighrt is turned
Six to six. And still it's fascinat- rrpon Amiy Lowell. The anonymous
ing. . . . author considers that :Miss Lowell's
Mrt. Bastian is well quralified to prhilosophy of puritanism and of re-
write tre book. He is at present copy tribtutie jtustice, and bet' longing for
reader on the Chicago Tribune, which, escape, are tire motifs underlying
as some one has said, is the World's nmtch of her wvork. Stephen Vincent
Greatest Newspaper. He ban been, Benet selects the poems of the msonth
again ts quote the jacket, "reporter, (Septemrher).
managing editsr, part owner, libel In-
vestigator, fiction reader, day and ''iet Midland toe Nolvemiber has
nighrt city editor, and a'sistant Sun- three shrort strories of thse type gen-
day etitor." ersily aptpearing intris ragazine.
On sate at all troorksores, cr send Whrile readling themr, I reflected that
ten cents to cover costs of pascking, a rcesantie rmitritistituireid to pee-
mrailitrg, etc-F. W'. rise'goiftrrati'tit. Of thre 'oetms
OilIi niiake ttrt tie rest of the isstre,
DANSE MOTIFS PS.hunns"trertgthr of Grass"
11 trill' i 'tloit 'ire=,) Site test.
exprres'ion to sitrme ICnate and'ii it tree li 'ititnl has aninoittredutan in-
5oinat feeling. 'lneic 'r1r0{r egitniCi ii roile n ~z :dsce'sitttire
liot treseĀ°nit itny cetroll:ionus trirt ewli''errre tr-rrrrr'tg 55 Itlrthe Irriit-
inted cl~oste o athotte iVi:+t.

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