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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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OR A~D OTHER FLAYS
by Frederic Ifebbel
(838 H44 tA43)
of the literary drama will
this long expected volume of
dlays, capably translated and
by L. H. Allen and Barber
It contains three tragedies,
rude and terrible, but fascin-

ating- in their very stringency and
drasticism. Hebbel uses the sledge
hammer and chisel to portray his char-
acters, and refuses to give us any re-
lef by retouching them.
"Gyges and His Ring" purports to
be, a mythical and primitive, tragedy,
but the three chief characters are
decidedly modern Germans, and the
thought is much too philosophical for
the setting. The conflict is unusual in
that it is the outcome of fatal misdirec-
tion of virtues rather than the time
'worn battle- of virtue against vice. A
certain satirist calls this play "The
Tragedy of a Peeping Tom."
"Herod and Miriamnne" is a fantastic
conception of the biblical story twisted
into a semblance of reality. The plot

HITNEY THE[ATRE
Friday. Night, Marclh 26

is highly involved and the motivation
is, at first, difficult to grasp. But, on
study, it becomes clear that the situa-
tions were all tragically necessary.
The character of Miriamne is power-
fully drawn and might stand as one
of the great women of tragedy.
"Maria Magdalena" is ill, named in
that it is misleading. It is a bourgeois
tragedy of the most sordid type, par-
taking somewhat of the nature of
Strindberg, in its psychological analy-
sis, but lacking his keenness and bril-
liancy. Parts ofr the play, especially
the 'last act, remind the reader of
Ibsen's "Ghosts." Many critics hold
that Ibsen was influenced more or less
by Hebbel. M. S. M.
-Miss Martha Tobias, '14, 'who has
been teaching in Hampshire, Ill., has
been appointed, through the offices of
the appointment committee to the po-
sition of instructor in botany and zool-
ogy in the Bessemer high school, at
Bessemer, Mich.
-Fresh engineers plan to hold a dance
the first week after the spring vaca-
tion. Definite arrangements will be
made soon.
--Students of the university are espe-
cially invited to attend the weekly
meeting of the Upper Room Bible
class, which is to be held from 7:00
o'clock to 8:00 o'clock tonight. The
topic for study will be "Jesus as a
Gentleman."

Team _Averages 90 "lWhile 11 (Auiwr "
Can Qualify for Govininiveut
Marksmen
NlE DAL SHOTING Nxi, x WEEFiv

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L. C. WVilcoxen.. .8
. 2. Cuoris.....8.
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J. l t ere.~.....72
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Total.
909
1454
1452
1438
1417
178
1236'
1227
1410
860
169
657
328
314

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182
182
182
179
178
178
177
177
176
172
169
164
164
157

an da doased Fi
AIi.a 1 b aila

At the close of its- first inidoorse-
son, the Michigan ridle squadl i,, shoot-
ing an average of 905 for thetem
this giving each member of the b igh
five, whose scores are counted, an av-
erage of 181. Of the 14 ment whose-
averages appear in the table bel ow ,
only three men are shooting below a
total such as would win for thorcn the
title of marksman from the ov=rn-
ment.
For each inan, who in match shoot-
ing scores over 80 off-hand and 85
prone, the government gives a prize of
a bronze watch-fob and the honorary
title of marksman. Michigan menv to
the number of 11 can qualify for this
title on the season's average. 'Ihe
title of' sharpshooter is given to the
man who can shoot 90 off-hand and
95 prone. While some. of the Michig an
gunmen can qualify for this 41 asingle
match, none of them have bee(n aL?;
to mark up an average igher tba
18%, falling three points short ofL
sharpshooter's average.
With the season at a close, the men
will begin medal shooting next week.
Any one may shoot for these-titles and
the bronze and silver fobs w hich ac-
company them upon paying 40 cents
to Secretary Rowe, of the Rifle club,
for targets. The club match will prob-
ably be held next week and its win-

Total ~ 8142
Average ~
I. 1'. Thompson, ~ ho has lead Lx
~e en h~ average up to lavt n ~"X, has
(2 ~ hii~Tie st seer.' for the a Ic ye~.,
hh-; mai-k being i .'~ 15. lIe I xxi

Populr Ma n eWeek March 22
Wed s~myNights &Sat. Mat.
k 1:."iy e; ~. F" 25c to $2.00
BESTSEAS '~00300 Orchestra Seats $1.50

.isLyibyi,. C. Wilcoxen anid G. C.
(tiss with averages of .181.7 and
r L repectively. The number of
mt es (omipeted in, the total score
ind ?w the1erae of the men now on the
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vlthout doubt the biggest and funniest Farce Comedy
Produced in Several Seasons

In Prices and Complete Cast Will Be Made Later.

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I~ A'~SE~ A N LASCDRAMAS
"Mr Matel i te lgiiniI~I~aero1'hea a'ic an Stage"---Williamu Winter,
Monda Evenng, Aarch.2...Macbeth"
e::sd- Liv % - ar..23... "R.kmeo and Juliet"
Wensa ah~,a'24 ,., "erchantof Venice"
9 24 ...y..v......Ma, ...... , Richelieu r
Thuray Even sg, March 25......... .............."K1ing Lear"
..iday..ven.....March.2. .,King John"
Satu :r "aymfleir", 1rc 27. .. Merchant of Veflice"'
EEK GH 2-H.H.FRAZEE
cANU2E HE3ACT FARCICAL RIOT
ii By IFRE"D JACKSON.
a cAN, Staged by EDGAR MacGRF GOR.
Presented1 by a Niotable, Cast,
Including
C~ore Pr~om, erbrt orthell, [May Vokes'and
RAI~PI MR(>Nh1~flT~iNhSOFAV WALI.CU AND OTHUBRS

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tha oe o or iexens~efrauiedpic-
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We irtue potogrphs nd do all
kinds o arti)t,(pictre framfing.
EF IESARSTORE
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Remember it Opens,
Monday Matinee at 3 P. M

Kathleen Rooney 4 Wilholmina Bowman

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NOTE-The management o1 the Majestic desires to call the attention of the ladies to the gowns worn by the two girls of this act

O'NEAL & WLMSLEY
"Two Lightning Btafs"
y Talking and Singing Act just to make you. laugh That's all

"tTRANS.ATLANTIC TRIO"9
One Ma, .n s d Two Pretty Girls
"PRESENTING MUSIC BOTH OLD AND NEW"

WALK FLIHT
SAE HEDI FFERENCE

JOHN T. RAY t . RA CE HILLARD In "HELLO SALLY"

What I a~ inrent ani teroverhead expense
is ad1dt:thYua1t1o12ega 2etsItailor.

LET ME"ROVE IT

ZAMORA SISTERS
"etty girls with a winning personality who submit a
al Trapeze & Aerial Act faryour" approval

The Management of the Majestic believes this bill will prove
to be about as well balanced a 'bill of vaudeville as has
been offered at the Majestic this season.

Try our $25A)() Suits

Alte-rations and Repairing,

y March 31, Is the "BIG COUNTRY STORE" night at the Majestic $100.00 in Prizes
,y absolutely free. Watch tbis paper for list, of prizes. Seats Reserved One Week in Advance.

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