THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Ill Zkts Called
Off; Fighter Dies
Rat Succumbs to Terrific Pmmel-
Ing as Bell Ends
A small brown rat engaged in a
,ttle royal with two janitors armed
th poles yesterday afternoon and it
ok five rounds of fierce fighting on
e part of the men to put him out.
The scene of battle was one of the
sinnt window caves on the north
de of Memorial hall and an accurate
count of the battle follows:
Round 1. After a few pokes Mr
at is cornered in one of the side
the wall. Janitor and rat exchange
ows. Janitor badly winded. Mr.
t withdrawsto his corner and curls
Round 2. Rat drives janitor around
ng in frantic effort to get posession
pole. They clinch in middle of
g. Rat exchanges fierce rights and
ft with pole.' After a few squeals
t retires to corner. Janitor's
Round 3. Rat feints with left and
ives janitor into a defensive posi-
in. Janitor holds the bottoms of
th his trousers' legs.rRatrmakes
Li attempt to steal from ring by
.nmbing pole but is kicked off and
Round 4. Attack led by janitor. Rat
cles around ring endeavoring to
d a weak defense in the janitor's
ard, but fails. He is finally corner-
again but escapes by clinching with
le and retiring in corner where he
safe because the janitor is afraid
breaking the window.
Roun4 5. Rat is struck on head by
le but comes to his feet at the ninth
iunt. He is weak and groggy, how-
er. Janitor pursues attack and
res rat fierce right and left blows
head. Rat dies as the gong is
out to strike.
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AT TIE THEATERS
Majestc-"The Battle Cry of *
Arcade-Valli Valli in "Her *
Debt of Honor." *
Orpheum--Mary Pickford in *
"Poor Little Peppina." *
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At the Majestic
'The Battle Cry of Peace," which
" created a furor throughout the
ntry, will be seen at the Majestic
s afternoon and tonight. Only ten
ats admission will be charged.
rhe play at first shows peaceful
mes. Then a foreign land picks a
arrel with this country. The friends
peace prevent the powers from en-
:hng and mobilizing the fleets to
et the fast-increasing threats of
Zhen, like a bolt out of the blue,
nes the awakening. An armada of
istless force arrives, lands armies,
i in an hour or two works havoc
i wakes hell here in New York.
look on in amazement and in ter-
as we watch the great mortars
ashing our skyscrapers to bits and
ughtering harmless men and women
Vild panic reigns frm end to end
Broadway, as the alarm bells ring
d autos flee by thousands.
.reat pains have been taken to
>id ruffling any national sensibil-
s in the production.
At the Whitney
'he play to be presented by Mr.
ew at the Whitney theater Friday,
y 5, is a comedy well recommended
its brightness, cleverness, and the
erest contained in its story. The
ry concerns the happiness of the
rl of Yester and that of Cynthia
nisttart, and between them there
nds the designing mother-in-law.
e latter would have the earl, known
his intimates through his connec-
1 with the government as "The
ef" marry her remaining daughter
ig clever and alert it looks as if
is going to succeed, when Cynthia
nes upon the scene to ask her in-
ntial friend of other days for a
er that will gain her a position
secretary. The Chief is in need
a secretary himself, so he prompt-
mgages her. And then his old love
her is reawakened. The mother-
aw shrewdly sees this and deter-
es to get rid of the young woman.
makes the attempt in charging
with the theft of a bank note,
this brings about a scene of dra-
ic strength in which woman is
led against woman-one honest and
ilrable and the other cold, clever
sordidly for herself and her own
of the time.
NAME WOMEN'S COMMITTEES sistant chairman.
Junior social committee : Helen
Brown, Louise Irish, Dorothy Pierce,
Nominee for Judiciary Council Repre- Elizabeth Patchin, and Helen Nipps.
sentatives Chosen The vice-presidents of the junior
-- and senior classes act as the chair-
At various class meetings held yes- men for the social committees, and
terday afternoon in Barbour gymna- are elected in the fall.
sium, the following girls' committees I Nominations for the Judiciary Coun-
were elected for next year: cil representatives for next year are
Senior Play committee: Olga Shirk- as follows: Senior representatives:
man, chairman, Alice Blodgett, Flor- Margaret Basset, Anita Kelley, Golda
ence Paddock, Margaret Long, and Ginsburg. Junior representatives:
Marguerite Reisdorf. Pansy Blake, Frieda McClellan, Valora
Senior social committee: Margaret Quinlan. Sophomore representatives:
Yocum, chairman, Geta Tucker, Helen Margaret Hurst, Margaret Addison,
Champion, Julia Renwick, and Helen Ida Belle Guthe. These names will be
Bush. voted upon on campus election day.
Junior Play committee: Clarissa
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