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UNIVERSITY REBEL HAS FOUND HER SOUL
STAGE WINS HER
Miss Violette "Wilson, "University
Rebel" Who Has Found Her Soul.
Berkeley, Ca!. Miss Violette Stitt
Wilson, daughter of former Mayor J.
Stitt Wilson, and until recently a stu
dent a.t th Wygrsity-gi California,
has found her souL She will leave
for the east soon to accept an offeif
she has received to go on the stage.
Miss Wilson recently shocked staid,
scholastics and the devotees of con-
ventional education when she declar
ed that the University of California,
was sadly in need of fixing, that the
official red tape of the institution
cramped her individuality and that
she intended to get out. She did.
She longed for a realm in which!
she could give her soul activities free
range and she found it. By her own!
testimony she has found freedom ofl
Isoul hx a, dancing, costume that mere
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