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MUSIC AND DRAMA

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clubs
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Fol-

"The Girl in the Taxi."
When "The Girl in the Taxi,"that mer-
riest of all laughing successes which
created a sensation in Paris and scored
the greatest triumph of any play of
its kind produced in this country last
season and which comes to the New
Whitney Theater Saturday, December
2, matinee and night, was put in re-
hearsal, the greatest care was taken to
overlook not even the smallest detail
in equipment and atmosphere. The first
anthird acts of "The Girl in the Taxi"
occur in the beautifully appointed
home of John Stewart on Riverside
Drive, Ne w York.,
The second act of "The Girl in The

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Laughing

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elected:
B. Jac-
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Currie.
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, Norman Reed, H. C
tutes-J. A. Wade, K. C,
1 basses-E. Kemp, W. C.
Bromley, J. A. Wilkins,
substitutes-C. Ferguson
ring. ,William Howland.
:or will also go on the

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BY

Taxi" reveals the, elaborately appointed
private dining rooms of New York's
best known restaurant where the elite
of the metropolis congregate after the
theater to enjoy the midnight supper
which is as much a part of a New
Yorker's evening entertainment as the
play itself. In this scene two rooms
are fhown instead of one, which per-
mits of the development of the funni-
est climax ever devised on the stage.
John Stewart, the banker who pretends
to possess all the domestic virtues in
his home, is making merry with a par-
ty of chorus girls. In the adjoining
room, Bertie Stewart, his son, is keep-
ing his first "date" with a woman
whom he had but recently met. The
climax comes when the father, over-
flowing with the joy of his midnight
lark, decides to invite the people in
the next room to join his own party
and, upon opening the door, discovers
that the chief reveler is his own. inno-
cent son.
Majestic Theater.
The demand for seals for the Thanks-
giving Day performances at the Majes-
tic theater is very heavy and patrons
will do well to buy tickets in advance
and avoid the crowds at the box office.
There will be a special matinee
Thanksgiving Day at three o'clock and
seats can be reserved the same as at
night. The new show for the latter
part of the week will open at the mat-
inee performance.

Night::
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Royal'
Clothes put up
of rtady-mades
and styles.

With an

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age i.)
.. and Michi-
ibership and
Union needs
igan man; to
ve each part
o care for, is
..
"Sectarian-
a prominent
, "It should
Sectarianism'
consider an
ot allow a
church to be
do not know
rule; but it

ha Ltic,

ALLMAND

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To remedy these difficulties, the crit-
ics feel that a return to the old Stu-
.dents' Christian Association would be
best; they also realize that is appar-
ently impossible ;t present. So they
have asked to have representation on
the Board of Directors of the present1
Students' Christian Association, com-
prising the Y. M. C. A. and the Y. W. C:
A. They want sixrepresentatives, in-
creasing the membership of the Board
to fifteen. There are eleven members
your on the present Board. Though the
Ista1 Board had a meeting last night, it de-
t3an- cided to do nothing definite until after
hing another meeting with the ministers,
and decided to make no statement for
publication. The arraigning clergy-
s surpris- men also feel it best to print nothing
store lIke official until after another conference
with the officers and directors of the
Association. It is felt that the Board
will not give in easily and the final
solution is problepmatical.

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES

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A meeting of the Glee Club Friday
evening at 7:10 in U. Hall. All trip
men must be presen.
There will be a meeting of the check-
er men at McMillan Hall at seven
o'clock this evening.
Soph lit class meeting, West. Physics
Lecture room, Wednesday, 3 p. m.
Michigan Union Opera Rehearsal to-
day. Cast at 4:00 o'clock. Broilers at
5. Chorus at 7.
Meeting of Gargoyle business staff
Wednesday at five .p. m. All candi-
dates are requested to be present.
All men who did not turn in ballots
it smoker last night bring them in to
-nion at once.
JUNIOR LITS INA URURATE
NEW IDEA FOR CLASS DANCE.;
A new feature in class dances will
be inaugurated by the Junior Lits
when they entertain at a miniature
"hop" Saturday afternoon. .All the
best music from last year's J Hop will
be played and the dance will start off
with a grand march, similar, althougb
on a smaller scale, to those of the
former hops. Refreshments will be
served after the dance which will be
held from 2 to 6 at Barbour gym. "Ike"
Fischer will furnish the music. The
tickets will be sold for 25 cents.
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GRANGER' S
Classes for Ladies and Ge
Joi. now. Term bigin- H
For'partioulurs cal aat Aca
Phone 246

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Ade-ph 11Will Ghive Annual Dinner.
The Adelphi 'literary society will
give its annual dinner at the Michigan
Union Friday at 6:30 p. m. Ed Kemp
will act as toastmaster, and several
members will respond to toasts.

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Warning!
Buy Your Tickets Early
Thanksgiving Day
Matinee and Night
--Remember----
The New Show Opens
Thursday Matinee
Reserve Your Seats

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Daily,

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