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PANT TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 192'3

andtlhee
ROBERT
BARTR ONe
]HENDERSON
FtIEART AND L1ITTLE T'oid' n.. ri
A 'revi'w10my(1ear'sof theo 1).0 0 me>in1irC orr~k
ehons .. it sily ittle ''ate Il ierat bvalnhl ~l
futl antd "tofetons ndt Otto fav 1 tuc.rt (
tes"to p tekout tegyo f her 101 <one0 000
1r0.101100ad1es 5"ovetegws h t n rr. u .
Lond :10 lhr
_ 1111 whm.tosaynet:ofIhtar,,
Ons11111l11(0e1111111,ieiterdIoublt
lyhoinig abtoutt Pvlwa, tiorn01'010 1111
parable1,"501ho is in reaity so terrlht 0
compa~sraletlif one151c111outy se' 5or
for1 exmle~t, 1hr "Snow FIs" ; a hour If1 1wo1u1d1be pssbet aeth,'
c'Iopanty worse 111a0n 1(1one 11rouot inal ac1 t.'1n1fac,11I1hd rther 41111'
the lady white slowly, stowtlty shte he but 1011 Ire oly 11)1 01s100
poseson 000110to, a1plas'Iter sIlet' 0w1atthe actor s0id111
glued 110 her 1110, never-(111111' Tegnlathnwntortr
stiffpdoll-ike. The lry011eor I I lireal, 10fcllllIl 111.Iel 11ltI
and s she ay hae bee once 1pon 0 li 11thi: Mr. Walker realty ha
mote of the ridiculous idea and ideas
slyphan, if you please, but1 neer svi go d him fy hi pres notice.;. Il
than. fraliy, he is a calm sort of peroi,
working fromlldly to day and wses
Hler "Oriental Imressions" dmsit-'nught in the wayo of te theatre to
icedly, are interesting, yet w hen cootj mke no plans for the next. His play-
pared wit those of Mis.e~ house has always een a kind of a
the one, you se0, is eternally Pavowa child's toy to him, something intrig-
despite her kimono, the oter Japan jun n acntn u ee hn
itself; the first -and this isthe real11110efanfsinaingutneveriba, thi
diffrene-ataletedtecnicin, heottse, the final goal might e a rep-
second an incomparale actres ertory company, ut at present, onlyl
In fairness, it shotuld e added tatisome twenty-seven youngsters offer-3
I hae aa" y s n Py~ow inI~eing several odd dramas. Tsenty-sev-
mrit, the wsorst city, of ourse, i 3en, naturally, is a ruintous nomer,
this world. Perhaps the audience,ledn 10poteatur dsie
which behaved worse than pigs-il daily guarantees. Make-up is eastly
even dumped six corsages of cahage' to get off, and where could one get a'
roses 00n111e stage in the middl oOideent meal) So Mr. Angell wao no,
"The Polish Wedding-was partally i lger pres0ien't ... Mr. Tialdi was
due to Ike unpleasant deluion. still in town . . . and were was Mrs.
Yet shove that, there 1i11t1he1whole 111111? The raon that Stuart
fundamlental principle, the insepara-l Walker fled so suddenly fron Broad-
le ditance between the consentonl way despie three tremendous ly suti-
classic allet and the school of Den- sul seasons wso mnore or less o-
lshasvn. The first dances on its toe-~io5111: te same old soyof tstledido
after years of panful pratce in tie'rviews, no audicesl, andi a twety-
_______________________________ five___ tosnd olIlaltr dficit. This
1 year's routelllastedl tntil April, swind-
FtL.Tilden ......... '..ditor ing 111ff511n0T11xas1 and1 tKetutcky 1by' say
Don alit E.,L. Snyder... t . looks 11'o 1'he tacific ('oast. Why on eart
S Normaind Lockwod....Muscs(I t'dsIwelbuilt sucht 0Itt marvells a1It-I
Gordon XI~iI .......Atl teir lllndIn for the mmt ' isl'ltn'earI-
LisiIle Roe II bey tDavison,11111 rthan1any)'n0110l1e10o'tiltIl.srpror
1J., IMaxwel owe1511s111h11li' 1" 11l('mentons actr. Telvl and P101layI-
[ncr,tDolrothy XSa1ders. house is doing so)me11tremrale wI sork.
'Ike iSutay tlI,1ff'lsl ~iit I alhough 1111e' swouldlhIe1bettr I tie)'
manuscripts1',fr 1om l l prosa{were told'( 111t1lat c'oeiels did exi1st.
fiiated wthtlUi ve rs111'(ity. Xl tn
Trho Suntday )maaine 511,1111111 cetional wrk agifn~s lPreosteols
edges 1110 American Sculalr In- dfficulties. And ho1w 11011Jackson~ re-
ionl reielw servicel foll' Te'Ut- eieId ito(amaing affestheti completIx,
oficial Ob~lserver''dlartmnent * andwhat hidf1ato111(111 0 w0as1 1110Lans-

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Itis he pflicysof tkiosmagazine 1o
publisk articles of opinlionlby bol
stuen ad facu~[(ltly 1mem0bers1if, in
ike jadgmleni of the editor, theseari
clsare ofhintrisi alule and intecesi.
This doesno eanOitha1101 n1sc0ipts
soliclied or voluntarcily offered ar
neessaiyinC accod siit cediorial
ifinioM eiher in principle or form.

The rmake-upl11wtas1 (ff land lhe wa
Idressed for diinner. "WXoldn't I 011111:
hack later?"
"Well, I supIpose I have iheard
enoughl for an article;, you see' this
was my firs't real interview.'"
j"Interview! B,1 ut if I had!
(Coninuedl on lage Six)

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