THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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"Still Waters "
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After a phenomenally successful
engagement of more than six months
at the Cort Theater, Chicago, Taylor
Holmes in "His Majesty Bunker
Bean", with' the entire original act
and production will be seen at the
Whitney theater for one performance
on Thursday evening, April 6th. The
comedy is founded on the Harry Leon
Wilson stories which were published'
a few years ago in the Saturday eve-
ning Post as a serial and had a tre-
PUT BOOKOF FRENCH
BO COMEDYON SALE SOON
Souvenir Copy Contains Voeabulary
Prepared by Professor
Bound souvenir copies of "Miquette
et Sa Mere," the French comedy,
which will be given by the members
of the Cercle Francais at the Whit-
ney theater on April 27, have been
published and will be put on sale
The books are octavo size and are
printed on light brown paper. The
covers are of heavy dark brown paper
with the name of the play in gold let-
ters. With each copy is a vocabulary
printed in pamphlet form on white
The work of preparing the play for
pTublication as a text, and arranging a
vocabulary was done by Prof. Arthur
G. Canfield of the French department.
This i the first time since the spring
of 1914 that the Cercle Francais has
published the play which it is to give.
The book of the play will be primarily
-for the use of students in the French
classes, which will read the comedy
during tli next few weeks before its
OP EN ANNUALCAMPAIGN
Posters Aitnouncing Start of Canvass
Beginnings of this year's Busrah
campaign will be made today by the
posting of "Busrah Bulletins" all over
the campus. These posters will be
changed daily until the actual open-
ing of the campaign on Sunday, April
23. On each of the bulletins will be
printed facts concerning Busrah.
The campaign is for the purpose
of raising .a fund for the support at
Busrah, Arabia, of three Michigan
graduates, who are giving their lives
to medical work in the hospital there.
The mission is interdenominational.
The need for a more adequate hos-
pital will be apparent when it is stated
that the water supply of Busi'ah is
used both for drinking and cooking,
and as a sewer and depository for
dead animals, the custom of the coun-
try requiring that no animal be buried
in the ground.
PLAN TWO "DEPUTATION TRIPS"
FOR SPRING VACATION PERIOD
Two special "Deputation Trips," in-
cluding the towns of Troy and Hud-
son, are planned by members of the
University Y. M. C. A. for the coming
An attempt is being made to extend
the social work of the "Y" to high
school students and other young peo-
ple in the -smaller towns about the
state that do not have the advantages
of organized branches, and the trips
are planned with this purpose in view.
Rudolph Wuensch, '17, and Howard
Moses, '18, will constitute one team.
The personnel of the other team has
not ecu annoucd
Will .Refund D1a.ce Ticket Holders
All persons who have tickets for the
University Dance whic was to have
been given :! thePaad academy
last Saturday night umay secure a re-
fund for same by prewnting the paste-
boards at the Union desk.
The next Universitr Dance will be
ven the first Saturday after vacation.
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At the Whitney Theater Tonight
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