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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

"English" swing

CH SMART CLOTHES to make them
course they fit in that comfortable way
years of knowing how to tailor good

ou money too, and you will appreciate this better
and try on. Come in to-day or to-morrow.
aws on hand $6.50 to $10.00

In price'

MESSAGE OF MODERN DRAMA
IS TOLD BY MISS*'LAUGHTON.
Bostonian Reader Gives Interesting
Interpretation of Modern Dramas
to Appreciative Audience.
"There are good plays that are bad,
and bad plays that are good. The
question for us is whether we should
approve and support that play that is
faulty in construction but helpful in
its teaching, or the technically perfect
play that has a bad influence on our
standards of living." The message
and influence of modern drama were
the main points in the lecture and
readings were given last evening by
Miss Marie Ware Laughton of Boston,
under the auspices of the oratorical
association. Miss Laughton is an ear-
nest student of the drama, especially1
in its more modern phases, and is
moreover a reader'of cultivated intel-
ligence and finely artistic taste. The
program she gave last evening was
enjoyed by the usual few hundreds
who attend the offerings of the associ-
ation.
The selections which Miss Laughton
made for her illustrations were the
"Pigeon" of Galsworthy, Kennedy's
"The Terrible Meek," and Synge's
'Playboy of the Western World"-the
materialistic drama, as she somewhat
uncertainly termed it; and Maeter-
linck's "Sister Beatrice"-a drama of
symbol. A beautiful voice, charming
personality, and much histrionic pow-
ei made Miss Laughton's interpreta-
tion of these plays more than inter-
esting. The most that can be done
by a single person in the presentation
of drama, she accomplished, and in a
way to please and impress all her list-
eners.

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

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Gargoyle business staff meeting at
3:00 o'clock this afternoon. Ally copy
in.
Rehearsal of Glee club at 5:00
o'clock this afternoon at Michigan
Union.
Senior girls section of the Deutsch-
er Verein meets Thursday evening at
7:00 o'clock.
Meeting of Totem club tomorrow
night in room 105, N. W., at 8:00
o'clock.
Meeting of Chess and Checkers club
tonight in McMillan hall at 7:30
o'clock.,
Orations in Peace contest must
reach Karl Mehr, secretary of the
Oratorical association, by 6:00 o'clock
this evening.

SPEAKS OF EXPERIENCES IN
TURKEY TO CERCLE FRANCAIS
Recalling the impressions that sev-
eral years in Turkey left upon him,
Mr. Harry Wann of the French fac-
ulty, gave a reading yesterday to local
followers of the French language un-
der the auspices of the Cercle Fran-
cais. Particular mention was made of
the differing traits of the natives of
the Balkan peninsula, and of the his-
torical and social relations of the
Turkish empire with her neighbors
of the Peninsula. Mr. Wann's reading
was made especially interesting by
his personal recollections of the life
that he led there as an instructor in
the Roberts Institute of Constantino-
ple.
Zoological Staff Members Plan Trip.;
Nine members of the zoological staff
will attend in a body the meeting of
the American Association for the Ad-
vancement of Science which will be
held at Cleveland, Ohio, some time
during the Christmas holidays.
MUSIC AND DRAMA.
Faculty Concert Thursday.
For the first time in many weeks the
university school of music has only
one concert scheduled for the week.
This will be the regular December
faculty concert. Thursday night's
concert will find two artists who did
not take part last time: Mrs. George
B. Rhead, pianist, who is always a
great favorite, will contribute two
groups, while Samuel Pierson Lock-
wood will do Bruch's well-known
Concerto, No. 3, and Mr. Howland a
group of Shakespeare songs. - The
program promises to maintain the
high standards both as to quality and
variety which have been set in the
preceding concerts on this year's se-
ries. The public is again reminded
that all concerts begin promptly at
the hour scheduled, 8:00 o'clock, and
that the doors will be closed at that
time. Persons entering late will be
obliged to wait until the end of the
number.
The full program will be announced
tomorrow.
We can express Huyler's candy to
any part of the United States. Agen
cy 214 S. Main St.
Bring in your dull razor blades to
be sharpened. Satisfaction guaran-
teed. H. L. Switzer, 310 S. State St.
The best shoe shine next to Wag-'
ner's. eod tf
Notice
The Gamma Phi Sorority's newy
house being completed, there are
three exceptionally fine suites and one
single room vacant at 1130 Washte-
naw Ave.,, within one block of the
campus, at greatly reduced rates. 54-57
LOST
Lost--Between Chemistry and Phys-
ics building on Monday, small Wat-
erman fountain pen. Finder call
695 Red. 55-57
Lost Elgin watch Thanksgiving day
between Oakland Ave., and Fair
grounds. Reward. Call 740-J. 55-8
Lost-Oval shaped garnetspin,either
on campus or Liberty street. Re-
turn to state Savings Bank. Re-
ward. 54-55
FOR RENT
For Rent-Rooms for girls. 909 E.

Washington. 54-60
For Rent-Furnished room for stu-
dents, 344 S. Main St., corner Main
and Williams. 53-4-5

With a real photograph of a familiar face or an interesting scene make'
most acceptable gifts. Several beautiful views from lOc up.
CHRISTMAS KODAKS

CHRISTMAS. CALENDARS

Now Is the time to select Artisti Christmas Cards from the
usual large assortment found at
DE FRIES ART STORE
223 S. MAIN

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are the Kodaks that record the merry times throughout the whole year
They last longer and the pictures they make last longer than any pre-
sent a person can select' Brownie's $1.00 to $12.00, Kodaks $6.00
to $65.00.C R Tf A P T A L C A R D
tO$65.OO.S POSTAL CARDS
The "Hit" of the year is the beautiful set of 10 hand-colored Local
Views, Christmas Cards for 25c. On sale everywhere.

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The Popular Price Tailor

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Extra Fine Blue Serges and Overcoats $28 and $30.

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Prices always right and all clocks guaranteed. New location.
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very detail.

An exciting Pbot Play
ei ect from the big motion
play houtses.
On Wed., Dec. 4th
ADMISSION 10c

Don't Blame the
Implement==
blame yourself-if you can't
play up to form with a strange
racket, or golf club, or base
ball. There is no e -cuse for
you. Spalding Ath etic Goods
are on sale in every town from
Main to California.
A.G. Spalding& Bros_
254 Wobdward Ave, Detroit

UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.

Look don Main for-the Temple

Tinker & Comp any
rs and Furnishers 342 S. State St.
tore is a member of the Mihigan 600 ip" Association.
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Wednesday, December 4.-Cast tryouts
for the. Mimes at the Michigan Un-
ion, 7:00 p. m.
Wednesday, December 4.-Michigan
Daily dinner at the Michigan Union,
6:00 p. m.
Wednesday, December 4.-Soph lit
dance at the Michigan Union, 8:30
p. m.
Wednesday, December 4.-Lecture by
Frank Leverett on the "Iowan Drift,"
in the Russell seminary room ot the
museum at 7:00 p. m.
Wednesday, December 4-Soph lit
dance at the Union. Dancing begins
at 9:00 o'clock.
Thursday, December 5.-Membership
dinner at the Michigan Union, 6:00
p. M.
Friday, December 6.-Annual Adelphi
Banquet at the Michigan Union,
6:00 p. m.
Friday, December 6.-Fresh engineer
smoker at the Michigan Union 7:30
p. M.
Saturday, December 7.-Membership
dance at the Michigan Union, 9:00
p. m.

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