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'flE tUN iVEibI IlXOf MICHIGAN DAILY

Published Daily (Saday aexpte)l durig the
Clege yea, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MIHIAN.
Orpic: The Inanad Pets, Hening Blck.
Bth PhoaesIt..
MANAGING RIDITOR.
F. EGEHARDt, '1 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
U. . HeA, 'tt L.
EDITORS.
ATHLETICS, ..G. D.H NTTtiaa, t E.
T. R. WOanalti'0i L. A. R. MCDaaAL,'0 E
J. B. WoD, '0, W. a. IHEuat, lootIM
L. J. MaNTecaaEaa,'O, RH. JaaaaaA. 100SL.
W.A. KNIGHT '01 L. V. T. EVANa '03.
MettarLLLI~Aa K. SEatata O.
SEVEN--TWEXTY--EIGHT.
The Club Working Hard on Ths
Year's Production.
The Coaedy Cliug had considerable
troubie tlis year itt selectig a stuitable
play, but ar last, was very frtnate its
obtainitag Atgtiti Daly's "Sea en-
Twenty-Eight.
"A Night Off," swiicisatgiei last:
year Wili great success was swrite by
the alie assthor ad this years pay is
oae of actiesite llecharacter.
Its the origital comapay cere Jont
Drew, Jamles Lewsi, Cha. Lecereq, Ara
Keiatiatd V5i rgiia Dreer.
'Twso stories ras htrotgi the play.
Dne cnaerr around ott old getlemtai
awts sas foolish enotgh to tatvite ioetryI
to ti i re srhett cotirntg her manity
years before. sie a sa etheseceversec
aindiis firsly coinltceth iat her htisbaiid
ia great poet. A1 literary mtotebaik,
who edits a miagaine otetsibly for the
purpose atf ptblihinig aorty literary
efforts wvhict the otetisagaies ae
refttsed,ipblihec a cotpe of tie old !
geitlemia's polemisisitcha to the gratifica
tlots of their athtor, as wl as ltof ift
wife. lHe cotvitces ue old miaithtat le
otight to write a iovel, aid togeter they
go alt "saiiintg," etc., ii order to get
maaterials for one. 'ihe aould-be author'
dressed iiiati outlardist cosumse is
caught by'hifsaife at the tiaatre beinid
the scenes aith the chorus aid tiaiy
anmusing complicaions folow.
'heir daughter ahile abroad ad
pafinted a picture of lerselawiti a beau
tiful msastiff at her side. A young lord'
sees the picture ad desires to buy the
dog. 'l'he utmaber of the picture is "Sev-
en-Twaeity-Eigt." e scnds ait erratic
Italiana to this conitry to fid aisiobtai
the dog. OH traces its oners to their
home atd the mthiler tikig the yatng
lord is its love wita her daughter isaes
her refuse her real lover. De Ialia
manages to tmilx things tp geteraly,
until finally tlenalove tritimaph and
everything is explained.
Likre "A Niight Off," this play is not
a one man play.' Most of the characters
are important and te players hae re-
sponsible parts.
'Fle clb is extremaely fortate in
havitig its this year's cast !Mr. Karl E.
Harrimaan, who, it wiii be remtemtbered,
played the title role il Gilettes, "A Pri-
vate Secretary," three ears' ago, wits
such nmarked success. Mr. Harrimnt is
a prominftenttimetmsber of the Detroit Coi-
edy Club.'The nemaber of the club who
was cat for the part wa unable to spare
the toe necessary and Mr. Harrimatiota
heitng called upota very generously agreed
to help out the club.
The olloawing is te cast:
Courtney Corliss, at gettlemtata of
leisure, with a theory cocertng
boomerangs employig his idle
ltiae in the pleasant pursift of
htunting a face. .. .Mr. Bruce Broad.
Mir. Launcelot Bargiss, a retired
party becomaes the avictina of the
ievitabe, and is ound, Maep-
pa-like, to ila aife's hobby....
. .. Mr. Mark Beattie
Paul i'loliyisocl, his sui-in-an,te-
voted to iis potato-beds uttil the
Templar cones. Mr. R. E. itgerald
Signor Paniro Tamborini, late
Maitre de Ballet, Covent Gar-
den, nosy on a misisiots atar
searching for an original......
........Mr. Ralph Page
Professor Gasligh, ivitor atid
foutnder of a reftge for the out-

casts ofltetsn..........
Mile. Karl E. IHfarrinsan.
Mrs. Hypatia Bargiss, a lady pos-
sessed of ancestors, aspira-
tions, and a hobby-.
........Miss Scbll Stewart.

Dora Holyhock, her daughter, with
a grievance, and who becomes
at once her husband's tempter
aind victim... Miss rances arr.
lo, the iitchs sougtig, "7-0-8...
......Miss Marguerite Giso.
Jessie, withi yearniniig beyond her sta-
ion....Miss Mariana C. Kaiouse.
The proceeds of lisa play wiii go to
the hospital circle of the King's Datgt-'
As usual, list performnace ciiihr ote
of the leaditg social events of the year.
Several frarntities ciii give theatre
parties aid already calls froiiiott of
towni for reserved seats have been made.
It is expected that miany visitors at the
inter-schloastic iseet ciii reimaii for the
play.
'hie dais has practically decided to take
io trip of any sort this year thotgs offers
front seeral neiegboritg cities have
beets received,lilacplay ciii be prented
Saturday, May 26f.
A taciaser of electric fascvi stelput
into the opera house, insuring the cciii
fort of those attendig the performance
Object to Decoration Da Baseball.
President Agel has received lisa fol-
lowiing letter ini regard, to Decoration
Day gaies :
Lansitig, Mich, May Sigoo0.
To the Presideitiad acalties of the
several institutioitns of learingii nl
the State of Michigan:
Knowiisg that you all fully appreciate
te imploranice of the teacinsg of Mlemi
orial Day, atd have gret respect for
the patriotic setitrent of tie lad wvhici
caused the ay to te istisited to le
kept as a "Sacrerd meitory cay," I isost
earnesetly aitiealto 1youttanditto ailisvwhr
are resolnslae itlily say for te coi-
rdic of the studeit iiyort seaerl
iusliloiss, ini behalf of the surviig
solirsr of tie ciaiiwastr, rereseteilip
our orrer, to sid its sectritg the iroter
oslervansce of this day. 'Atd especially
tdo arc urge you to use ayor iiflueiiet
ini keepiing the thetic cli r sortig
clutts of aniy sikin, cosiected ciii yuri
resplective instittttos athtte otttta
nap. aidtr ll iowvteimslves to ie
iiiedi aind to go outitas drawiig cards for
tile soring ctubs of the neighoriig
villages it s recraiig the ay if aly
should be so disposed.
There have bieis soise rversighss adt
somse abses along this line ad they
have ot tendsesi to icrease the regarl
of ue piulic for the college froisi whics
tey came. \e all kiow "boys ciii be
ops" andae all loe them and their
sports aweu guided arigt. \e believe
oine of the renmaiing works of our order
ciii le ini aiditg teachero acd parets its
Iireetig te thoughts of the youg aong
lutes whiici ail tend to sake theis pa-
triotic, lawv oserving acd order lovitg
citizenis.
Tours respectfully.
R. R. PEALER.
Comanitder, Departmet of Micigai,
Gratid Armsy of the Republic.
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10OC
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ART $TORK.
A new Assortment of Oval Frames
and Frame Mouldings, just received
Do not fail to ee them.
Stabler's Art Store,
217 So. 4th Ave. New Sate Phae 173

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