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January 18, 1912 - Image 1

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-01-18

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, JANUARY 18, 1912.
rLY SCENERY
0 BE EMPLOYED
Iv Club Plav to be Rich
Scenic Effects and
Stage Settings
GOING AT LIVELY RATE.
the curtain rises on the first
[he Magistrate" next Saturday
the audience will be treated
f the most elaborate settings
ever been seen in a Comedy
>duction. While in the past it

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Accordingly the three sets for the
ay has been especially painted. For
e past two weeks the scene painters
.ve been at work on the stage of the
rceum theater at Detroit, decorating
e scenery for the first and second
ts. At the same time another group
painters has been busy at the Whit--
:y theater, constructing the setting
r scene one of thp third act. All of
e scenery is now completed and the
o sets are expected in Ann Arbor

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OF CONCERTI

al Will

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rt to the Thursday ev-
a hop. In past year:
been held on Saturda
ring the big dance, bu
nt has received mudt
any of the fraternities
ces at this time, which
nterfered with by the

So large and roomy are these scenes
,hat a special car had to be chartered
in order to ship the equipment from
Jetroit. In addition two machines for
producing effects in the play will be
imported for the occasion. When
placed upon the stage, this parapher-
aalia will occupy as much space as
hat of many musical comedies.
Not only in scenic effects, but also
.n the matter of furniture and other
settings the management has ex-
;ended some little time and money. All
.f the furniture and draperies have
een selected with a view to keeping a
aarmonious color scheme.
Nearly double the number of seats
,hat were sold for the first perform-
ance of last year, had been sold up to
last night, when the remaining seats
were transferred to the Whitney thea-
ter box office, where they will re-
main on sale until the performance.
The management expects that the sale
will be as great again and every prep-
aration has been made for a large
crowd. At present, however, there are
many seats in the best parts of the
house that have not yet been sold.
Secure New Men for Summer School.
Two new men will serve on the fac-
luty of the law department during the
coming summer session. Prof. T. 0.
McGooney, of Tulane University, will
teach Contracts and Prof. E. B. Con-
ant, of the University of Nebraska, will
have the class in Property II.

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The Cereb
mid-year ";
cale" last e
Angell hall
The first pa
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A musical select
dom, a violin solo
and vocal select:
Goenaga complel
program.
"L'anglais Tel
bright comedy, w,
evening. The p
Pietraski as the
pecially creditab
did its work me
the audience in c
program was cor
The next num
will be a lecture c
eton" by M. Loui
Caswell 'Angell b
8 p. m.

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The zommittee also passed resolu-
tions to forriulate a new constitution
to govern future committees. The
present constitution has been in use
since the establishment of the hop and
as many of the conditions have chang-
ed, serious difficr.ities have resulted it
a number of. instances. No radical'
changes are contemplated but the
present document will be given a thor-
ough overhauling.
A meeting of the independents has
been called by. Representative Reinhart
for tonight at the Union at 7:00
o'clock.

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ERS WILL BANQUET.

Religious Workers Plan for Banq
A meeting of the executive comm:
of the Men and Religion Moenent
held yesterday afternoon to fur
plans for the banquet which is tc
held in the Armory, February 26.

The Team That Meets Chicago

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What College Life Means" will be
subject of Dean Bates' speech a
third Michigan Union membershir
ner at the clubhouse tonight at 6:3.
ock. Werner Allison, president c'
senior literary class, will act a
stmaster and Chester Fordney, '1(
will serve as freshman toastmaste
propose the toast to the presiden
he United States.
he musical program is-in the hand
Earl Moore. Tickets may be obtain
it the Union and from the followin
ubers of the committee: -Riordan
i Dyke, Murphy, and Simmons. Th-
,e of admission is thirty-five cents
of. Jones Unable to Meet Classes.
n attack of grippe still prevent:
f. E. D. Jones of the economics de
tment from meeting his classes. H
es to be able to resume work by to
row

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