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RESUME ORK UN FESTIVAL NOTES SCOLEIOS1f~~ ri
,n-i-eeringathryn:"MeisleMIcontrNltOIEill be RES OND TO-ALLplay is the aim of Mimes in pot
Producing Company Reorganization at the soloist at the Children's program First Annual Press Conference Gets "The Thirteenth Chair" on May 6
i Engineering and Archeacturelo Studios Delays Finish of to be given on Friday afternoon of Enthusiasta Approval Through. 6, accorc ing to E. Mortimer Sh
will be a meeting of the Facnilt of these colleges on Monday, Production the May Festival week. She will sing out State director. Lighting efects, one of
4:s15 0oook in' Roam 431, E~ngineering building. mthe MaypFetivaland ef.Shectill sin
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary. THICLSTF.PAarias from works of Rossini and Verdi -°'mstimportant1and1ective fea
TECHNICAL STAFF FLANS and in addition a group of four Eng- PRINCIPLES SAY THEY . of the mystery drama, will be
Education: TO START WORK NEXT WEEK lish songs by modern composers. ARE FAVOR OF PLAN ranged precisely as directed by
will be a general Faculty Meeting of the School of Education, -- Miss Meisle has a voice of unusual ____O PA anuserit, the creation of a
Tappan Hall, May 1, at. 4:15 There is important business to be Work on the University movie, after richness which ranges from low, deep ert hirteenth C
1. A.WHITNEY a delay of two months because of contralto to the high range of a mezzo More than 15 high schals through- .The plt of the tenthC)
reorganization at the producing com- soprano. It is said there is nothing accepted the invitations sent u ldr the perpetrator of a dotble homi
Edneatlon Assembly: pany's studios, will be in full swing in song literature that should present act the ntations enut du th e petato of to e
will be an Assembly of all students of Education at Newberry by the middle of May, with prospects any 'particular difficulty for her.ing the past week, requesting them Palice investigation with then
esday, May 3rd, at 4:15. President McKe ny, of the State Normal of completion before the end of the Her first song, the famous "Una to send delegates to the first annual'third degree," ;s practiced upo
ill give 'an address. s chol year. A fall- schedule of oper "voce poco fa," from "The Barber of conference of high school editors,nubrosspcsutfalo
g.A. S. WHITNEY.y, which will be held at the Union, May tion of the murderer is brought a
ation has been completed by the men Seville," vehicle for so many color- 25 26, and 27. by the wit of an Intriguing old
in charge of the production end of it atura sopranos, as in reality written 2,2,andby7,Dbyhthe witoaiti ng oldc,
19: Planned by Sigma Delta Ci in a splitu~litc seance.«
eberry all section of SocIology 19 will meet in room 203 of the and if no delays intervene the plc- for just such a voice as Kathryn
eurry Monday at 7 p. m ture will probably round into final Meisle's, and because of its unusual The conference hichis being con- Fraom the opening of the play
3 builKAnRLowdayGUENH,#R. form within two months. fitness for singers whose bst char ducted ,under the auspices of Sigma it close, tensenes in every word
KARL WoGUENTfR. th ping escterisigs os o etation, Delta Chi, national professional journ- act demands that a large shar
"_The president of the producing acteristic was vocal ornamentation, alistic fraternity, for the purpose of genuine dramatic feeling be exhi
Students in Education: company, with a full staff of technical was pre-empted by all with a tendency bringing high school editors and busi- by every member of the cast con
leventh Educational Conference for Graduate Students specializing men, plans to be in Ann Arbor next to vocal facility. ness managers together for the discus- ed. It is this "sensing the par
ion will be held Monday evening, May first, in Room 105, Tappan week to start work on the prelimi- Maurice Rosenfeld, of the Chicago sion of problems of common journaits- the cast that will be perfected di
7:00 to 9:00 o'clock. Messrs. Harrington, Dondineau, and Rankin nary program, which will include Daily News, said of her- after one of tic interest, is 'meeting with the ap- the last week of rehearsal befor
the program. casting and location of setting. Actual her Chicago appearances, "We heard proval of faculty advisrs and grin- play is shown far the first ti
G. M. WHIPPLE. filming will wait upon approval of the Kathryn Meisle, a conralto with a -pal of facy advtor adpi la is howtr e frst n
cipas of many of the high schols. Mimes theater net Friday night.
completed scenario, which has been booming voice, with musical gifts, Many prifticpals, in answering the Scenery and furnishings for the
search Club: carefully revised by the company's and with a taste for graphic interpre- invitations to the conference, stated have been completed and are no
ng May 2, 8 p. m. The program will be as follows: 1. "The Use of experts, by Prof. Louis A. Strauss, of tation. She sang excellently. Her they are heartily in favor of the plan, use for the purpose of giving a
Determining Life-History of Fish," John Van posten; 2. "Palato- the English department, and Dr. F. E. diction was clear and pure, her rad- and have promised to give their aid of realism to the settings.
Measurements of Vowel Changes," John H. Muyskens. Election of Robbins, assistant to president, who ings were tinged with poetic fancy in making it a sucess.
compose the committee appointed by and her voice showed artistic train- ChicagoO Engraver to Speak SIX MINOR MATTERS DECIDI
i. R. SNOW, Secretary. .President Marion L. Burton to super- ing." The program comittee, of which BY REGENTS AT BECE3TR
vise production. James G. F'ey, '22, is chairmon, has -
Cllge of Literatore, Science, and the Arts0 The prizes announced for the scen- Illinois, Minnesota, Victors receiveg a letted from C. S. Boothby, ( ontinued from Page One
ext meeting of the Faculty will take place Monday, May 8, at 4:10 ario contest, won by Evelyn Rockwell, Columbus, April 29.---llinois won vice president of the Jahn and Oliver Prdessr S. J. Zwski, of the
Newberry Hall O EFFINGER '22, and by Francis Brunner, '24L, and the second Conference baseball game Engraving company of Chicago stat- chanical engineering department
.JOHN R - Stewart Conant, '23, in colaboration, here today by defeating the Ohio State ing that he will deliver an illustrated granted a short leave of abseac
will be awarded on the arrival of the team 4 to 3 in a. pitcher's battle. It lecture at the conference at 4 o'clock a visit to Europe. He will pro
Lectwer president of the producing company. was Ohio State's second defeat in a May 25 on the subject, "Illustrating return before the close of. the pr
ssor Frederick J. Turner, of Harvard University, will lecture on The two prizes are $75 and $25, res- Conference game this year. the School Publications." Publicity semester.
icance of the Section in American History," at the Natural Science pectively. }sya.teSho Pbiain, ulct eetr
in, at 4:15 p p., Monday, May 1. The public is invited.Te t frely- Evanston, Ill., April 29.-After play- for the conference is being handled Lastly it was decided at the,
,F. E3. ROBBINS. The cast for the picture will be ing air tight ball for six innings, by the Michigan Nwews bureau. ing that a series of photographs
chosen, from members of the student Northwestern went down to defeat ' an ahplane will be taken of the
body and faculty and the majority of in its game with Minnesota today, . versity in the near future.
Association Lecture Course . ~ the scenes will be filmed in the imme- allowing the Gophers to win 8 to 7 A(aters Take Honors
'aul Dukes will speak'Tuesday, May 2, at :00 p. m., on Secret diate vicinity of Ann Arbor. A num- in an extra inning. (sspcial to TApril 2 Twenty Numerous students have rep
t Red Rtussia." T'his is the final number in the course. br of local color "locations have., al-KassCtM.Api29-wny Nmru sudts;bv ep
0. W. RUSH, President, Oratorical Association. ead be p T e a persons listened in on an amateur recently that in spite of the supi
ready been photographed. The details Students who have .investigated de- radio set here tonight and enjoyerthe ity of food and service, prices a
of, plan for selecting the cast will be dare that there is a variety of foods "Michigan Night" concert. On a pro- Arcade Cafeteria pre lowest.-A
8:00-Acolyte meeting in room 1o, announced in The Daily next week. served at the Arcade Cafeteria un- fessional set for 10 persons, the pro-
ason hail. A letter from the producers em- equalled anywhere else in town.-Adv. gram failed to get through. Patronize. Daily Advertisers.-
ON " V8:00-Sir Paul Dukes speaks at Hill phasizes the need for immediate ac-
Ai se G i1G auditoriuml tion in completing the picture. A
f _ aditoium.complete recasting of the company$
: .....,,,,,_.-..._..........:........ rerganization in the last two months, ,, t 1 -
U..NOTICES requiring the attention ofthe directing TIME'S FLYIN -Order Them Now
SUNDAY Contributors to Whimsies who have heads' away from the producing pro-
rersity Men's Bible class sent matter without name and ad- gram of the corporation, has resulted I
n Upper Room, Lane hall. dress are requested to communicate in corresponding delay for the Uni- - N
waist society meets in Lane with the editors at once. Otherwise versity movie plans. With the com-
contributions cannot be used. Name pletion of the scenario in satisfactory 100 Cards and Plate - - $3.00 to $5 .85
moe' Methods of Social e- will be withheld from publication, form, subject to' the ratification of the
ill be discussed by the Stu- and initials or pseudonym substiu- University's representatives, the possi- 1 00 " from Your Plate - $ 1.75
ss, Church of Christ, South ted if desired.. bilities for delay are now declared
Ity' avenue. Oratorical association usher report at almost eliminated. !
ofessor Blanchard addresses ,west entrance, Hill auditorium, at .W A H R SVn&fv rs ty Book Stor
erian, student class on "Fear 7:30 o'clock, Tuesday, May 2, for Sir "YELLOW JACKET" DECLARED __
ctor in Spiritual Life." ' Paul Duke's lecture. Others wishing ARTISTIC AND ENJOYABLI,- '
ioraih soieety meets at Lane to usher for this lecture call J. B.
i Glasgow, 1680-W (Continued from Page One)
;ii half hour -t Presbyterian was, of course, oriental, and it was
i - these parts that the audience took for
AL C. Smith will lead .L ,Chinese laundry humor as might be
n G. Smith wil 1ead stu-: u i. be found in "Life" or "Judge," or some
ncussion on "Traditions andsuch highly imaginative periodical.
n," Harris hall. The acting was, as a whole, very
*. Cochrane, '251!, will lead . good, .though it could not escape now
guild devotional meeting on and then the amateur efforts at dra-
:eality of Prayer." A. J. Cook, '22L, was awarded the mnatics. When will people learn, I
nton EItt leads Presbyter- first prize of $50 in the short-story wonder, that the best drama is that.
ung People's society on contest conducted by Chimes, accord- which is the least dramatic? It tokes for
ship, the Master Passion." ing to the announcement made yester- the truth out of tragedy and the de- t
bi Carl 1. Hermann, of Can- day by the editors. The title of the light out of fantasy.
io, speaks at Jewish Student winning story was "Tiger Bob Mc-. The costumes and the stage decora-
aton in Lane hall. Mann." tion was excellent. I could not quite
"The Four Leaf Clover," by Hardy recover from the exceedingly btatiful
MONDAY Hoover, '23, was giyen Second prize garment worn by Chee-Moo.
f. F. J. Turner lectures in of $25, while Lawrence H. Conrad, '23, The property man was a delight in ",
Science auditorium on "The 'who wrote "The Noble" and Ruth himself, though it was too bad that at'
ance of the Section in Am-' Lechlitner, '23, author of "F'ulfll-1 the audience cid not acclimate itself.
istory." ment," received third and fourth t accorded him the leading part at
General Survey of the Bible," awards respectively. In racuous laughter in the few tra-
III, in Upper Room, Lane Judges in the contest were James
_ --_ _ _ _ _ gedic soots
IOiver Curwoodl,'00, and Donal Ham-1
I can praise the play no higher, nor
sfty Glee elub meets at Un- iton Hines, '09, instructor in the de- any lay y higher, when I say that
parmat o 3ura~im.Thewinig yp ay hghr, he'° sa tatUpstailrs, N i.ckels' :Arcade
partnen ofjounalsm.Thewiningit was ;very artistic.
story will appear in the May issue
TUESDAY of Chimes. . ' Will Give "Enoch Arden" Recital
ral Union rehearsal at Members of the classes in oral inter-
of Music. ANN ARBOR CUSTOM SHOE pretation will give a public recital of
reland elub meets in room FACTORY ,' "Enoch Arden" at 4 o'clock tomorrow
;ion. We make all kinds of shoes to meas- afternoon in Room 205 Mason hall.
ndUp club meets at Union. ure. Sport shoes our specialty. 534 An invitation to attend the recital is
ha Delta Sigma meets In Forest Avenue. Satisfaction guaran- extended by those in charge to all in-
4 of Union. ' teed.-Adv. terested.
TVEDA Y, MAY2
LAST NUMBER OF LECTVRE COVRSE