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MAKE SECOND CUT
FROM CHORUS MEN
As a result of the cut made yester-
day, 55 men now remain, from which
to choose the final chorus of from 22
to 32 men, for the 1'14 Union opera.
It has not been definitely decided what
the exact size of the chorus will be,
but the final choice will be announced
in about two weeks. In the meantime
a number of rehearsals are scheduled,
attendance at which will be closely
watched.
Prof. William IHowland drilled the
tryouts in the opening chorus of the
show at last night's rehearsal, this
being the first wo'rk done in active
preparation for the staging of the
show. The remainder of the music is
expected within a few days, and it will
be taken up at the rehearsals as soon
as it arrives. This will give the cho-
rus approximatoly six weeks in
which to perfect the dancing and sing-
ing parts.
UNION BR! D*'E TO'URNAME NT
WILL BE CONTINUEID FRIDAY
The Union bridge tournament will
be continued at the weekly Lounger on
Friday night. The committee is plan-
ning to bring the tournament to a close
as soon as three or four more rounds
have been played. so that all entrants
who desire to be eligi'le for the prizes
should be on hand. J,. H. Muckley, and
Maurice Myers, '14L, are now leading.
At some Lounger immediately after the
tournament is finished, a number of
experienced bridge players will be on
hand to instruct any members who
desire to learn how to play.
PICK EDITORIAL1 C(M3I1TTE'EE
OF "COSIOPOLTAN STI')IE NT"
Prof. J. A. C. Hildner, of the Ger-
man department, iMlaurice Toulme,
managing editor of The Michigan Daib
ly, and Edward G. Kemp, member of
the board of control of student publi-
cations, were elected to the editorial
committee of The Cosmopolitan Stu-
dent at the last meeting of the Cosmo-
politan club. Y. F. J. Hsu. '14, wa6
elected news editor of the magazine
for the Michigan chapter.

GOLF ENTIUSIASTS WILL MEET
Class Teams Will Be Arranged to Play
on Ann Arbor Links
Golf enthusiasts are expected to
formulate plans for a tournament at
a meeting soon to be called by Direc-
tor Rowe. Sixty men men have evi-
denced their interest in this sport.
The links of the Ann Arbor Golf
club will be used for play and it is
expected that each department will
be represented by a team. Besides the
team play, there will be a singles tour-
nament to decide the individual cham-
pionship of the campus. According to
present plans, suitable trophies, the
selection of which has not been made,
will be presented to the winner in
each event.
P1'10N OG(AI tl RECOED B 1NGS
CLUB'S GREETING TO ANGELL
President Emeritus James B3. Angell
has received a phonographic record
from the University of Michigan club
of New York, which contains a num-
*ber of the college yells and songs ren-
dered by the members at a recent club
dinner. The record contains the voice
of President Harry 11. Hutchins, as
well as the personal greeting of every
member present.
RABBI LEO M. FRANKLIN TO
BE AT UNION NEXT SUNDAY
Rabbi Leo M. Franklin, of Detroit,
will be the speaker at the Union Sun-
day afternoon. Rabbi Franklin is
known to the students, having spoken
here on several past occasions. He
proved to be one of the most popular
speakers on last year's programs.
DlETRlO1T ALUMNI DO HONOR
TO MEMORY OF NEIL SNOW
The University of Michigan alumni
of Detroit met last Wednesday to do
honor to the memory of the late Neil
W. Snow, '02, Michigan's most fam-
ous all-around athlete. The speak-
ers were Judge George P. Codd, for-
mer Judge James O. Murfin and Fred
G. Dewey. Resolutions were adopted,
regretting the loss of a citizen "in
whom were embodied the ideals and
truest spirit of our time."
Engineers to Inspect Power Plant.
Students taking electrical engineer-
ing course 11, under the .supervision
of assistant professor A. H. Lovell,
will ins ect the new university nower

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REWARD
Will be paid by Majestic
Theater I o r information;
leading to positive convic-
tion of person who stole
photographs of sTEINR &
NWATNE from frames in
lobby of
MAJESTIC THEATER
"15Fifteens$
Dollars15
R E WAR D
Paid for information lead-
ing to positive conviction
ot the person or persons
throwing "Sneezing pow-
der" or "Japanese snuti"
In the audience of
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Warning! Will pros-
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THREE-FOURTHS OF SEATS SOLD
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(Continued from page 1.)
ever, instead of admitting his defeat,
sets out to unravel the mystery. In the
meantime, Lord Ravensbane, prompt-
ed continually by Dickon, succeeds in
establishing himself firmly in Rachel's
good graces.
The next scene pictures an early
colonial reception in honor of the
young peer lately arrived from Lon-
don. Ravensbane successfully urges
his suit before the assembled guests,
and Richard is relegated to the back-
ground. Aided by Mistress Merton,
however, he finally sees through the
subterfuge, and brings about the

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ALLIE MOORE Ch ampteed"Siater Feb. 9, 10, 11
Just returned from a Sive years trip through Greater Europe, pre-
senting the following:
Chair jumping, standing and skating; High jump-
ing; See-saw balancing act; Coming down the slide
for life with wheelbarrow and going over the see-
saw finishing with long jump.
Tuesday evening, Feb.10,' Allie Moore races Burt
Randall, English Champion racer for one mile.
After each performance nightly, Alie Moore will race any local boy
for one mile. Leave name at box office.
ADMISSION 10- TO SKATE ISo

Scarecrow's downfall by the aid of ther
nagic mirror:
Dickon and Goody- now find them--
selves in a serious difficulty, and Rav-{
ensbane, the discarded tool of their
iniquitous plot, mourns the loss of
Rachel, whom he truly loved. Under
her subtle influence, a metamorpho-
sis is accomplished, which neither the
arts of Dickon nor the witchery of
Goody were able to bring about. He
renounces them publicly at the cost
of his own life, but dies happy in the
knowledge that he is no longer an
image but a man. Goody and Dickon,
meet their just deserts, and the lovers
are united again.

The incidental music, x
the show by Prof. Albert
and played by an orchestra
personal leadership of Ear
will be a special feature <
formance. The music po
varied emotions .of the diff(
acters, and follows closely
of the play. In several pla
es of old familiar tunes wil
ed into the scheme, as fo
the tune of "Old Hundred"
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