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HE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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WHAT'S GOING ON
SUEDAY
1GO-Untyersty Men's Bible class
meets, upper room, Lane hall.
00-Glee club rehearsal, Union
:0-Choral Union rehearsal of the
"Elijah," School of Music
g-Unitarian Young People's soci-
ety meets at church for outdoor
meeting.
iO0-Mother's Day Guild meeting,
Methodist church.
15-Bernard Ginsburg, of Detroit,
addresses Menorah society, Lane
hall.
MONDAY
1O-Mandolin club rehearsal, Union.
t,-Glee club rehearsal, Union.
110--- Graluation recltal, School of'
Music.
TUESDAY
04--Choral union rehearsal, School
of Music.
oo-Meeting of those first attend.
ing Camp Davis to elect officers,
room 311, Engineering building.
100-Mandolin club rehearsal, Union.
uO-Meeting of all men interested in
writing music for next yeaf's opera,
room 308, Union.
:15-Glee club rehearsal, Union.
U-NOTICES
ale of tickets for single May festival
concerts starts at 8 o'clock today,
School of Music.
Iokets for the junior engineers' dance
to be held May 13, will be on sale
from 8 to 3 o'clock Monday above
the arch in the Engineering build-
ing.
24 Rhetoricians
Work On Book
For Themselves
"Advice to Freshmen from Fresh-
4n," a book written by the students
' G. L. Crocker's rhetoric sections,
Ill be issued the latter part of the
oth. It consists of 30 selected es-
Lys (written from the viewpoint of
ose who are about to finish their
at year in college. The book's in-
;nded as a help to those who are just
itering the University.
The book is being published by C.
. Wahr. It will be bound in maize
Ld blue, with the contents arranged
a very unique and attractive man-
r. It is hoped that President Mar-
nn L. Burton will write the introduc-
Use of the publication as a text-
wk for college freshmen and high
heol seniors will be made possible
Sthe popular price at which it will
3 sold. Much enthusiasm has been
anifested by the various members of
w faculty to whom it has been
own. Prof. Fred N. Scott, head of
e rhetoric and journalism depart-
ent, commented on it quite favor-
ly.
ENTAL TESTS TO BE HELD
AGAIN FOR PROBATIONERS
Prof. G. M. Whipple, of the educa-
)nai department, stated recently that
ental tests for'probation students
Iil be held again on May 10 and
ay 17. There are about 50 students
ho are required to take the examina-
a4. This means that approximate-
150 others may also try the test as
i experiment.

According to Professor Whipple, the
suIts of the first semester were sat-
'actory enough to warrant a con-
iuation of the experiment this term.
University Clib Elects Officers
At their annual business - meeting
riday night the University club elect-
! Prof. Herbert A. Kenyon, of the ro-
ance languages department, and
'of. Frank E. Robbins, of the Greek
partment, secretary and treasurer
r the coming year. After the busi-
as meeting there followed the cus-
mary entertainment donsi~ting of
eeches by members of the club.
ummers to Discuss Plans for Play
Plans for the play to be given on
ne 4 at Mrs. Frederick P. Jordan's
rty for faculty and hospital children
11 be discussed at a meeting of
immers to be held at 4 o'clock
)"day afternoon in Barbour gymna-
im. All members are requested by
e president to be present at that
n0.
ECREATION TRAINING SCHOOL
OF CHICAGO
(Successor to Recreation Dept.
Icago School of Civics and Philan-
thropy)
One year course in Recreation and
w School of Dramatics and Pag-
itry. 800 S. Halsted St,, (Hull

4 Acts On Bill
Of Players Club
Four one-act plays are to be pre-
sented by members of the Players
club, in Sarah Caswell Angell hall, at
8 o'clock next Thursday evening.
These plays are being directed by ad-
vanced students in the course in play
production. Prof.& r D. T. Hollister
is supervising the preparation, but
each play has a director, stage man-
ager and' costume manager, chosen
from the members of the Players
club.
The first of the plays is "Catherine
Parr", by Maurice Baring. The scene
of this play is laid in the breakfast
room of King Henry VIII. "Over-
tones", by Alice Gerstenberg, is the
second of the series. All the charac-
ters of this play are women. The
third play is, "Suppressed Desires",
a Freudian comedy, by George Cram
and Susan Gaspell. The last play to
be presented is "Free Speech", by
William L. Prosser. This play was
originally produced by "The 47 Work-
shop". The scene is the courtyard of
a prison in Russia.
These plays promise to be as in-
teresting as the plays from Lady

Gregory which were presented by
members of the club last month. The
entertainment is not open to the pub-
lie, but members of the club and
their guests may obtain tickets at
Wahr's bookstore, beginning Monday'
of next week.
Yesterday 's Games

AT THE THEATERS
TODAY

Y. W. C. A., for three years chairman
of the North central field, is at pres-
ent the vice-president for Michigan of
the central field, and is familiar with
the national Y. W. C. A. as an organ-
ization.

Wear a carnation on Mother's Day.
Red and White paper ones sold for
lOc by Business Girls' Club this P.
M. on State and Main Sts.--Adv.
Use Classified advertising and sell
your miscellaneous articles.-Adv.

National League
Pittsburgh 2, St. Louis 1.
Boston 2, Philadelphia 1.
New York 2, Brooklyn 1.
Chicago 4, Cincinnati 1.
American League
St. Louis 6, Detroit 3.
Cleveland 8, Chicago 0.
Boston 6, ,Philadelphia 2.
New York 6, Washington 5.

' Screen
tajestio-- Lionel Barrymore in
"Jim the Penman." Christie
comedy, Topics, and a travel
film.
Arcade-Mr. and Mrs. Carter De-
Haven in "The Girl in the
Taxi." "The Skipper's Scheme"
a Toonerville Trolley comedy,
and Kinograms.
Wuerth - Agnes Ayres in "The
Furnace."
Orpheum-- "It's a Great Life,"
from the story by Mary Rob-
erts Rinehart.
THIS WEEK

STEAMSHIP TICKETS
TO ALL FOREIGN COUNTRIES

W.
412

F. KELLER
Natl. Bank Bldg.

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WUERTH WILL SHOW FIRST
MOVIES OF SWING-OUT
Moving pictures that were taken of
the Swing-out Thursday will be
shown at the Wuerth theater all this
week. This is the first moving pic-
ture to be taken of any Swing-out.
Mr. Wuerth, manager of the Wuerth
theater, will give a print of this film
to the class of 1921, in commemora-
tion of their Swing-out.

It's

the truth m--

Stage

Garrick (Detroit)-"Four Horse-
men of the Apocalypse," from
the famous book by Vincent
Blasco Ibanez. A motion pic-
ture.
Shubert (Detroit)-D. W. Grif-
fith's latest great production,
"Way Down East," with all of
the Griffith stars.

Garments cleaned here prove the
superiority of Benzol and the
methods of the Master Cleaner

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A Complete Stock of
Rackets, Balls and Shoes

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It costs you no more

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MRS. BURTON WILL ANSWER
QUERIES ABOUT Y. W. C. A.
In response to the requests of a
nutmber of Universaity women Mrs.
Marion L. Burton has consented to
meet at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon,
at her home, those University women
who have questions concerning the
national Y. W. C. A. which they wish
to have answered.
Mrs. Burton was for three years a
member of the national board of the

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The prices sound mighty low when you recall
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1HOINOD ARE YOU? NO MATTER! PLAY BILLAJ J?$
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yoimg if you like to PLAY. And PLAYING helps to keep that ymggg
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