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April 26, 1921 - Image 6

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V H E MICHIGCAN AL

DAIL"'Y

aper so the students can
with ink on the back of
It costs very little more.
r.os., 310 S. State St.-Adv.
iortable phonograph only
run Mlusic House.-Adv.
:ORTED CAPS
AT
)NALDSON'S.

A sk for the

THIEME TO SPEAK
ON FRENCH PLAY
W'ill G4lve Explanation in English on
"Le Bourgeis~ Gehtitlhommo"
Prof. Hugo P. Thieme, of the rom-
ance language department, will give
a lecture on "Le' Bourgeois Gentil-
hommfe," the French play by- Moliere,
at 4:15 o'clock Wednesday afternoon
in room 203, Tappan hall. The address
was to h av' been delivered by Dean
John R, Effinger, of the literary col-
lege, 1 ut absence from the city made
necessary the change in the schedule.
The talk is for the benefit of the
public Who have not had the opportun-
ity of. studying the play, and it will
deal largely with the relation that
music and dancing ,ias with the plot.
The lecture will be givenin. English
and is open to everyone.
Students Lunch
409 Jefferson
high Class Fond
Open 6 a.m. Close 11 p~m

Dormitories, sororities, and league
houses wishing to enter the baseball
tournament should sign up on the
Athletic association bulletin board by
Tuesday, April 26.

tDEATH OF STUDENT
Esther L. Dorrance, '20, of Detroit,
died Friday in- Montreal, as the result

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There will be a meeting of Masques':
at 3:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon .in1
Sarah Caswell Angell hail. Every
member of Masques is expected to be'
present as plans will be mnade for the!
annual spring play and work assign-I
ed to the committees. Back dues arel
payable at this time.

of an, operation performed up/on her
there earlier in the week. The funeral
will £be held today in Detroit, and the
remains will be, brought to-Ann Arbor
for ,burial at '4 o'clock Friday in For-
est bill cemetery.
Mliss Dorance was an active member
of the Baptist guild during her four
years at the University, and a nmember
of the Girls' Glee club.
Several students from the University
are in -"Detroit today attending the
funeral.

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Rehear,§als for "The Imlportance of 1 W CM LT ,
Being . Earnest" this we,.ek willi! OM LT
be as follow«: Tuseday, at 2 m iiur i
o'clock, Lady Bracknel l and Jack.I Ifl VVI lFORSMM R INi SP91N
Wednesday, at 3 o'clock, Cecily 'and1-__
Gwendolen; at 4 o'clock, Jack and
Algernon. Thursday at 3 o'clock,' rt W IILL LEAVE FOR FOREIGN
Chasuble, Prisimn, Gecily, Merriman,? PORTS JANE 18; TO VISIT
Algernon. At 4 o'clock, Jack. Fri- PARIS FIRST
day, at 2' o'clock,, Cecily, Gwendolen,I _-
Jack and Algernon. (Complete arrangements have been
=Imade for "A'tSeranish 'Pilgrimage"- un-
Stylus will meet at 7:35 o'clock der thbe leadelrship of Prof. Charles
Tuesday evening at the Kappa Kappa 1'. Wagner, of the romance language
Gamma house, with Maud Vindman,l department, an~d the business' man-
grad., as hodstess..# agemnt of the Te'niple Tours of B~os-
_____ ton.
Sigma Delta Phi meets at 4 o'clock The trip isF planned primarily for
Monday at Helen Newberry residence.; those teachers and students of the
____Spansh language and literature who
All. University women will be en- wish to avail themselyes' of the op-
tertained at an informal at home givenj portuitity for; study in 'anl itensive
by the residents of Betsy 'Barbour' course offered this summer at the
house .at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon. U niversity of Madrid under the auspic-
The affair will take the place of the es of the Spanish government, which
reguar ome's lagu paty.will be combtined with visits to his-
torical spots in Strain. Paris, the
All junior girls who deposited mon-1 near-by battlefields, the Riviera and
ey with Caroline Leonard may obtain the old R.man towns of Provence will
a refund Praom 3 to 5 o'clock Thursday also be visited,
in Barbour' gymnasium. 16 Einrolled in IParty
The party, in which 16 students and
The old Athletic association board! teachers have. already been enrolled,
will hold a meeting at 7:30 o'clock to- will sail from New Y rk or Montreal
nigh attheChiOmea huse ,~on June 18, arriving at Havre or Cher-
nigh at he hi Oegalisrse.Bourg on June 27. The first five days
Athea Lterry ocity illmee atwill be spent in and about IAris. Biar-
7:15 o'clock tonight ins the Alpha Nu ritz and cities over the Spanish border
will be visited next, and on July 9 the
room. entire party will proceed to the Uibi
i versity of Madrid to attend the Curs
Wyvern meeting 'will be held at 7:30 d eao nAg h ors
o'clock Thursday night Tat the Gamn- d eao nAg h oro
ma. hi Bta huse.Spanish cities will be resumed.
r ~way of short tours. of England and
Thereglarreh'aral f te 'niScotland have been planned for those
versity Girls' Glee club will be heldI who may wish to take advantage Df
at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon in Bar-I ln d
bour gymnasium. W 1ill Be Be~ck Sept.
lha.The tourists will sail for home Aug.
Annual spring tryouts of the Athena rivn.i NWYr Sp,5
Literary society will be held Tuesday27aringnNeYokSp,5
night, May 3, in the Alpha Nu room. 1II t . l. /^ . B.ARKEl~R 11 TO TALj
BEFRE A, NN 'ARBOR WOMEN
,All University women are invited
toattend the lecture; to be given by "A Mother's Relation- to Her Daugh-
O)'r. Charles E. Barker at 3:30 o'clock ter"~ ilb h ujc fahat
Wednesday afternoon in 11111 auditor- wtl orwoe tosbectgivaenatDr
sumn. The ;subject of the talk will beCharlesBarert 3:30 'clc
"A othr~ leltio toHerDauht-Wednesday afternoon in Hill auditor-
Dr. Barker is well known' as.' a lece-
The first meeting of the Senior play trro ept huaqacuss
committee will be held at 4:30 o'clockI During the past two years he -has been
Wednesday at the Sorosis house. The delivering lectures before Rotary
exact time 'of the tryouts, W'hich will clubs. H~e comes to Ann Arbor under

ROSA PONSELLE

(Metropolitan Opera #Company)

FLORENCE HINKLE

Soprano

GRACE-,JOHNSON KONOLD
/ Soprano
CYRENA VAN GOrRDON Contralto

LUCRECIA BORI

.Soprano

(Chicago Opera ,Association)

MERLE ALCOCK

Contralto

(Metropolitan Op1era Compzany)

Soprano

CHARLES MARSHALL

Tien or

(Chicago Opera Association)

ORVJLLE HARROLD

tenor

(Metropolitan Opera'CojnpAny

LAMBERT .MURPH
(Metr oolian Opera Company)
ARTHUR M IDDLETON
(Metopolitn Opera Company)'
THEODORE HARRI0

Tenor

baritone

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M. Whipple, 105 Tappan Hall.
Phon 1867. 140-3

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ontaining about two dollars. Call
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lease 'return to Secretary's office.
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136-6
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upholstering; recaining. Verne
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be heldi somime d~wuring thi eel,,
end will be anngetnced after the meet-
ing.
Professor Jirumm
To Direct Play
P'rof. Jphn L. tDrumm, of the rhet-
oric department, will direct this year's
Senior play, according ta an announce-
mtent,. made yesterday by Katrina
Schermerhorn, '21, chairman of the
committee.
Committee heads have been chosen
as follows, Marcella Moon, general
chairman; Ire~e Rosenberg, music;
Mildred Shermain, lyrics; GladysRei-
neke, finance; . Qun th Summers,
costume; Helen Master, property;
Alice Hinkson, program; and Mar-
guerite Clark. pujblicity.
Tryouts for the play will be held
this,-week end after tile first meeting
of the committee, which wvill. take place
at 4:30 o'clock Wednesday at the
Soros'is house.
Athena Chooses '23-124 Debate Team
Tryouts for the annual-Xfreshman-
sophomore debate of the Athnt Lit-
erary society were held and the M-lA
lowing girls have been chosen: Sopho'
more team-Beatrice Champion, Adele
Unger, Yona Moriya; freshmian team--
Dorothy Kelly, Catherine Stafford,
Ruth Sutherland.
Student and Gr'aduate Married Here
Announcement'has been ma.de of the
marriage of Beta Ireman, '21, to Gor-
don R. Anderson, '20. Anderson is at
present an instructor of electrical en-
gineering at the University. The cere-
mony was performed Saturday in Ann

the auspices of, the University Health
service and the Federated Parent-
teacher association.
SIfR 41ORDER, FAMOUS ENGLISHI
PHYSICIAN, TO VISIT HERE
Sir Thomas Horder, famous physi-
cian and epidemiologist, and profes-
sor at the, University of London, will
visit the Medical school 'Wednesday.
He is making a trip through' the Unit-
ed States to look over the medical
schools of this country.
He will arrive here at 8 o'clock and
leave at 13 o'clock in, the afternoon of
the same day.
Wouldn't you rather have your text
books mimeographed on smooth -paper
and mav 15c more for a hook of a
hundred pages? Edwards Baros., 310
S. State St.-Adv.
;.lave you lost anything that you
Ir:ize ,dry highly? The Classified
c olumns of 'The Michigan Daily are
always ready to serve you.- Adv.

ROBERT McCANDLIS
GUSTAF ,HOLM1QUIST
MARIAN STRUBLE
FANNIE BLOOMFIELD Z

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UNIVER~SITY CHORAL UNION
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We atim to make you graceful
In addition to kn~owing steps
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