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Tryouts for the tentative cast for
the Comedy club, which will produce
Percy Mackaye's "Scarecrow," Decem-
ber 10, are showing unusual ability.
Compared with the trouble met with
in former productions, the early sue-
cess bids well for the final outcome
of the play. Handicapped by the lack
of experienced players, the club in-
augurated its work this season with
Some unusual talent has been un-
earthed among the newer members of
the club to fill the gaps left by the
graduation of last year's stars, and
the enthusiasm displayed by the try-
outs in the tiresome preliminary work,
makes up for their lack of experience.
As a radical departure from other
years, the setting and costumes used
in the "Scarecrow" will be entirely
new. Great care is being lavished
upon the costumes, and the policy of
supplying the best in the line of scen-
ic effects is expected to be of material
PRESIDENT HUTCHINS WILL
TALK AT NEWSPAPER DINNER
President Harry B. Hutchins and
Prof. F. N. Scott will speak at the an-
nual dinner of The Michigan Daily, to
be given at the Michigan Union at 6:00,
o'clock next Tuesday. The dinner is
in honor of the men appointed to the
The appointments will be announc-
ed tomorrow in The Michigan Daily.
and will include six night editors, and
CAMPUS IN BRIEF.
-The exhibit of the S. S White Den-
tal Manufacturing company in the
basement of the dental building, will
close this afternoon. Dental students
are requested to visit the affair before
--The first regular dance of the Archi-
tectural society will be given at 8:00
o'clock Friday evening, at the Packard
-Juior dents will dance, for the first
time this year, at the Packard acade-
my Decemb.er 5.
-"Chess Stratagems" is the subject.
of the talk to be given by Mr. E. B.
Escott before the Chess and Checkers
club at the Union at 7:30 o'clock to-
night. Prof. Louis C. Karpinski is
scheduled to play a simultaneous
match with all entrants. Those wish-
ing to oppose him, must furnish their
-Prof. E. R. Turner's class in English
history took its mid-semester exami-
nation, under the honor system, yes-
terday. Out of 360 students, only 12
voted against the adoption of the sys-
tem. The dissenters, except one, held
out until the last moment, when they
joined the majority.
-Prof. F. N. Scott, of the rhetoric de-
partment, will leave for Chicago this
Have you noticed
the distinguished appearance
a perfect fitting I
H E A T R E
Down Town on Main
WEDNESPAY, NOV. 26
HENRY W. SAVAGE OFFERS
The Tremendous Dramatic Spectacle
Press Your Clothes
week, where he will deliver the pres-
ident's address before the National
Council of Teachers of English, which
will hold its annual meeting Friday.
From Chicago, Prof Scott will go to
Madison, Wis., where he will give a
speech on "The Relation of Instruc-
tions in Journalism to Courses in Eng-
lish," before the Association of Teach-
ers in Journalism.
-Kentucky cluI will hold its annual
Thanksgiving day banquet at the Un-
ion at 6 : 00 o'clock Thursday night.
--. S. Fleidner, special student in
engineering, recentlytreceived notice
that he had been elected a Fellow of
the British Royal Meteorological So-
ciety. This is the oldest society of its
kind in existence, having been found-
ed in 1850. While in school in 1912,
Fleidner was elected to membership
in the Aeronautical Society of Great
--Wihen the contemplated changes in
the Palmer ward of the University
hospital are made, 33 more children
can be accommodated. The second,
tioor of the building, now occupied by
the nurses, will be given over to this
-Professor David Friday, spoke to the
members of the Commerce club on
"Certified Public Accounting," at its
regular meeting last night.
---Students, expecting to attend the
convention of the International Stu-
dent Volunteer Movement in Kansas
City, during Christmas vacation, are
asked to see Frank Olmstead, '15, em-
ployment secretary of the University
Y. M. C. A. at once. Names of dele-
gates, with registration fees, must be
in before November 28.
Thirteen Rows Orchestra........$2.00
Four Rows Balcony ..... .......... 1.00
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ITS SUCCESS IS GREATER THAN
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GREAT ASTOR THEATRE PRODUCTION
By Eugene Waiter
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The Play of the
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MAIL ORDERS NOW
M. ONE STEP, Friday ,P. M.
WE DO LADIES' WORK
NARACANSET, Monday, 7 P.
Join the new classes at the
and learn to dance properly
Private lessons by appointment
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What Kind of Shaving
Soap are You Using?
Ever Try olgtes
We have the Shaving Cream, Soap,
-Fresh pharmics, at a class meeting
yesterday afternoon, elected the fol-
lowing officers: president, Howard E.
Weaver; treasurer, H. E. Seek. The
former president and treasurer wer
declared ineligible by the faculty.
-Professor Sheppard's new book of
psychology, "Studies in Circulation in
Sleep," is now ready for the press.
The regents, at their last meeting,
voted money to finance its publication.
-The first students' recital of the year
will be given at the schcol of music
at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon by the
advanced pupils of William' Howland
and Albert Lockwood. The general
public is invited.
-The faculty canvass, conducted last
week by the Union membership com-
mittee, is being continued this week,
in an effort to approach every one of
the 500 men on the faculty. The com-
mittee met at the Union Sunday, and
the reports indicated that the faculty
membership already exceeds that of
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Univesity School of Music
Albert A. Stanley, Director
rlaynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.
A School of Music which offers courses in all branches of music of
Students may take regular courses leading to graduation, or they may
take such subjects as they desire, without reference to graduation.
If you are interested in studying some branch of music, please call at
the office and get a copy of the school catalogue which gives full inform-
ation. CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
C. E. GODFREY
----The meeting of the student commit-
tee to'-draft resolutions on mid-night
dancing, will probably be postponed
from Friday at 5:00 o'clock, as plan-
ned. Several members of the com-
mittee will be out of town at this
time, making a full meeting impossi-
-Barristers, honorary law society.
held a bi-monthly luncheon at the Un-
-The fresh engineers will smoke at
the Union, Tuesday night, December 2.
CAMPUS HALLS TUTORED MANY
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and has been recently appointed to
the most important committee on
Ways and Means. Walter M. Chandler,
'97L, and Robert H. Gittins, '00L, are
both serving their first terms from the
William T. Sharpe, '81L, is serving
his third term from the statee of Ohio,
and William Gordon. '93L. is serving
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