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[ metropolis with Ethel Barrymore in
LAY the leading role, a cast featuring Ros
elle Knott, Ernest Truex, Vivian Mar-
i tin, and Fred Truesdale, was assembled
a, Bar- under the direction of Mr. Shuter to
Md be duplicate the success accorded the
Morti- New York company.,

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FANCY DRESS PARTY

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Promoters of the tour were not mis-
taken in their estimate of the appeal
of the play, and large audiences turn-
ed out in all of the principal cities to
witness a play made popular by Ethel
Barrymore, but which owed its sue-,
cess in large measure to general in-
terest manifested in Barrie's drama.
It was due to this continued popu-
larity of larrie with Ann Arbor au-
diences that the Comedy club chose
"Alice-Sit-By-the-Fire" from a num-
ber of available plays for presenta-
tion.
Iota Sigma Pi to Meet Saturday
Iota Sigma Pi, honorary chemical
society, will hold an open meeting'
Saturday, Jan. 17, at 1:30 in room 151.
Chemistry building. All women in-
terested intchemistry are cordially in-
vited to attend.

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MISSIONARHY'.PRH9AlSI-
EDA SEARLES DIED . RECENTLY
IN CHINA; .FA11[Y. WERE .
U. OF M..GRADS
Eda. Searles, '13, died .recently near
Peking, China. She was born in Lud-
ington,.and was a graduate.of Ann Ar-
bor .high school as well as the Uni-
versity.
When nine months old'she accom-
panied tier parents, Dr. Harry E.
King, '91, and Edna King, '91, Meth-
odist Episcopal missionaries, to Pe-'
king. She lived the rest of her life
in China except for one furlough
when Mrs. King and her children es-
caped to America during the Boxer
uprising in 1900, and the later years
spent here, followed by a year of grad-
uate work at Columbia university.
M1et Husband Here
Miss King met Clair K Searles, '13,
here, and they were married in Pek-
ing in 1916. A daughter, Katherine
King Searles, was born in 1918.
Mrs. Searles died of tuberculosis
meningitis Oct. 24, 1919. One of her
Chinqse friends has said of her, 'kEda's
mission in life is to make people hap-
py," and Miss Terrell, of Ludington,
now doing mission work in North
China, said, "Her battle against tuber-
culosis was carried on in the same"
spirit in which she lived, sweet, strong
-and cheerful."
Sister Student Now
Mrs. Searles' sister, Ruth King, '23,
returned with her fathe'r in August.
Miss King expects her mother, Mr.
Searles, and his daughter, Katherine,
to arrive here the first of next semes-
ter to reside in Ann Arbor. Katherine
King Wolfrez, '09, another sister, is
in China, Ir. Wolfrez being a pro-
fessor in Peking university. .A broth-
er, Gilbert King, '17, is American
vice-counsul in Tientzin.

Plans for the Women's league fan-
cy dress party are practically com-
plete. The committee in charge urg
es-that girls;.who have costumes.-to
p~repare. keep. In .mind the objective.
Clever, ridiculous, and pietty dresses
are to receive the prizes. The class
.stunts are. tomsaid tp be .near. .per-
fection.
The Michigan Daily, the. only morn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all
the latest Campus, City and World
News.-Adv.
l-artha. Washington Candies fresh
every Friday. Tice'S, 117 S. Main St.
-Adv.
Interchangeable Portable
E Type Model
THE
MULTIPLEX HAMMOND
TYPEWRITER
Special Offer to Collegians
t ~ MARTIN : R. WEBB
Student Rep.
1214,?Willard Phone 1595-R
The Name
J ,'. EsChelbach
has always stood
for the BEST in
MEATS
202 E. Huron Street
PHONE 821

Follow The Diagonal Walk
Either Way To A Connor
Dealer
After A Class Period; It Is
Mighty Refreshing
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REG. U9 PAT Off

BOOT
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115 So. Main St.

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FOR SALE - Hammond typewriter
with two styles of type. Been used
only a short time. Price today new
is. $125.. Will sell for $60. Phone
964-M.
FOR SALE-Fine Conn B-fiat cornet,
Silver with gold bell; like new. All
attachments, plush and satin lined
case. Cost $75.00, sell for $35.00.
Phone 839-M.
FOR SALE - Upright Piano, newly
tuned and refinished. Excellent
condition. A bargain. H. Seger
Slifer, 310 S. State St. Phone 889-J.
FOR SALT:-Apple wood very desir-
able for fireplaces. Leugth to ord-
er. H. L. Thornton, Geddes Road..
Phone 7136-F12.
FOR SALE - Boehm system piccalo
and Meyers flute, $25. Phone
2496-W.
FOR SALE-Coasting bobs for sale-
12 ft. long. Phone 7113-F3 after 6
P. M.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-K. & E. Polyphase slide rule,
Tuesday A. M., New Engineering or.
Physics building. Leave at Secre-
tary's office, U-Hall. H. E. Smith.-
LOST-Lady's gold watch on the way
to, or at the Boulevard. Finder
please leave at Secretary's office.
LOST--Pair of plain nose-glasses in
black case. Finder notify Reba

A party for members of the Sym-
phonic league of the University School
of Music will be held from 4 until 6
o'clock Friday afternoon in the School
of Music.
Girls' freshman hockey team will
meet at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at
Rentshler's studio, 319 East Huron
street to have picture taken.
The board of directors of the Wom-
en's league will meet at .9 o'clock Sat-
urday morning in Barbour gymnas-
ium, instead of the advisory board as
announced Wednesday in The Daily.
An error was also made in stating that
the advisory board, instead of the
board of directors, would lead the
grand march at the fancy dress
party.
The next Women's league afternoon
party will be Friday, Jan. 23, there
being none today because of the
fancy dress party Saturday evening.
Junior girls who have talent for
drawing are urgently requested by the
play committee to make up a cover that
may be used on the program and song
book.- Anyone interested will please
see Marcella Moon, '21, at once, to
talk over plans.
START CLINIC FOR
DOCTORS OF STATE
A new University clinic has been
inaugurated by the hospital staffs for
the benefit of medical men throughout
the state. The first meeting was held
Wednesday, and continued Thursday.
Meetings will be held the first Wed-
nesday and Thursday of every month
in the future.
The purpose of the clinic is to pro-
vide a service conducted by the Uni-
versity hospitals to act as a sort of
short post-graduate course for the
doctors of the state who cannot leave
their practices but who wish to keep
up in medical affairs. Cases will be
brought up at the meetings, explain-
ed, and discussed by the men of the
hospital staff, who will conduct the
classes. Extension courses and clin-
ics will probably be given later in dif-
ferent cities of the state.
ATHENA CHOOSES CANDIDATES
FOR DEBATE LEAGUE TRYOUTS
Candidates from Athena Literary
society for the mid-West debate league
tryouts are as follows: Victoria
Adams, '22L, Blanch Blynn, '20, Ame-
lia Igel, '21, Anna McGurk, '20, Vir-
ginia Mowery, '22, and Winifred O'Con-
nor, '21.
For Campus news read the Mich-
igan Daily.--Adv.

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