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RAMAISTS APPEAR IN
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"SCENES FROM DRAMA" TO
GIVEN AT OPENING OF
COURSE

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* Charles Rann Kennedy, actor, dram-
atist, and short story writer, together
with Edith Wynne Matthison (Ken-
nedy), his wife, will open the series
of ten entertainments given under the,
auspices of the Oratorical association,
Friday night, Nov. 18, by presenting
Jointly "Scenes from the Drama."
Kennedy was boi n in England and is
largely self educa ed. Since the age
of 13, he has devoted his life to the
drama and- literature, among some of
his own plays being "The Servant in
the House," "The Winterfeast," and
"The Fool from the Hills."
Edith Matthison was also born in
England and has devoted her life to
the drama and motion pictures. She
has appeared in musical comedies,
Greek plays, Shakespearean dramas,.
and starred in "The Governor's Lady,"
a motion picture. She played the parts
of Portia and Rosamund with Sir
Henry Irving. On her last American
tour she took the part of Queen Kath-
erine in Henry VIII.
YIW.C. A. WORKERS
TO BANQUET TODAY
"Do you have any rivers you say
are uncrossable? Do you know any
tunnels you can't tunnel through? We
specialize in thex wholly impossible.
We do things no man can do." This
is the slogan which the Y. W. C. A.
campaign workers have adopted.
A dinner for the campaign teams
will be held at 6:30 o'clock tomorrow
in Barbour gymnasium. The following
toasts will be given: "Blazing the
Trail,' by Gertrude Boggs, '22; "The
Guide" by Frances Weimer, '22; "Ford-
ing 'the River of Doubt" by Frances
Ames, '23; "Over the Mountain-of Hard
Times" by Helen Delbridge, '24;
"Across the Desert of Indifference" by
Camilla Hayden, '22; and "The Pot of
Gold" by Miss Hewitt.
Soliciting will begin tomorrow, and
invitations arebeing extended to all
women t6 attend the wedding of Miss
U. of M. to Mr. Budget which will take
place at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow in New-
berry hall.

Michigan Dames will meet at 8
o'clock tonight at Lane hall. Bruce M.
Donaldson, instructor in the fine arts
department will give an illustrated
talk.
The class in advanced gymnasium
work will meet Thurgday for the first
time.
Freshman basketball practice will
not be held today on account of the
hygiene lecture.
Members of the advanced dancing
classes will meet Wednesday in cos-
tume.
Freshmen and sophomore girls wish-
ing to enroll in the advanced gymnas-
ium class may take the required ex-
amination at 5 o'clock this afternoon
in the gymnasium.
The last hygiene lecture will be giv-
en this afternoon at 4 o'clock in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.
The appointment for the Women's
Mandolin club picture which was to
be taken tomorrow, has been canceel
ed.
All women who are interested in the
Commerce club will meet at 3 o'lock
this afternoon in room 101 of the Eco-
nomics building.- The purpose of this
meeting is to familiarize everyone with
the Commerce club, and to nominate
three candidates for vice-president.
Property, stage, and costume com-
mittees of Masques will meet at 4
o'clock Thursday. All other members
of Masques are also expected to be
present.
SHUBERT Twice Daily
MICHIGAN Matinee a - c to $1.50
(DETROIT) Nights - - Soc to $2.00
The greatest screen spectacle
the world has ever known.
THEODOR A
The history of the world has been written in
love stories and this is one.
GARRICK Mat.wed.&Sat. gacto $x:5
DETROIT-
PAT MARION
ROONEY -AND-- B E1NT
In the High Flying Musical Hit
"LOVE BIRDS"
with ELIZABETH MURRAY and stunning
Futurity Debutainte (horus.

There will be a meeting of all jun-
ior girls at 4 o'clock this afternoon,.in,
the league rooms in Barba-r gymnas-
ium.
Vesper services will no' be held to-
morrow afternoon.
All houses which wish to contribute
to the campaign fund for the Women's
building by having a cake or home-
made candy sale at the booth in Uni-
versity hall on some particular day
may make arrangements by calling
Dorothy Jeff ry, '24, 398.
Women 's League
Will Sell Soap
"Clean up and help the women's
building" will be the cry of the wom-
en this week as they sell soap, guar-
anteed to be pure, excellent, and just
made for Michigan water, in fact
anything to sell the soap, and help
put the women's building over: "Bub-'
ble" will make its debut on the cam-
pus this week.
Every dormitory, sorority and
league house on the campus will sell
Bubble this week, and the profits
turned over to the women's building
fupnd. Records are to be kept, it is
announced, and the houses leading in
the soap sales will be given out each
week. Ann Arbor girls attending the
University have organized and will
push the campaign among the people
of Ann Arbor.

IT THEl TREATERS

tion of machine industry in modern so. ut scant heed to the effect of
ciety. The writer pleads for the con- machines upon the evolution o
trol of the automatic machine so that ciety." He lays the responsibilit
stronger forces may "harness the Iron this dangerous evolution "upon i
Man to the chariot of human well-be- cal rigidity, rather than social
ing." tice."
Mr. Pound says that Americans are
prone to "invent, manufacture and use. In '99 an edition of The Daily
in the production of goods, an infinite ten out completely by women was
number of machines;" while "we pay lished.

Arcade-William S. Hart in the
"Three Word Brand."
Majestic--George Loane Tucker's
production, "Ladies Must Live."
Wuerth-"The Old Nest."
Orpheum-"The Last of the Mo-
hicans."

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Screen

THIS WEEK
Stge

Garrick (Detroit)-Pat
and Marion Bent in
Birds."

Rooney
"Love

Shubert Michigan (Detroit)- A
Goldwyn feature, "Theodora."
Second week.
Tonight
Whitney-"Up in the Clouds."
ARTHUR POUND, '07, WRITES
FOR ATLANTIC MONTHLY
"The Iron Man in International Poli-
tics" by Arthur Pound, '07, appears in
the current issue of the Atlantic month-
ly. The article deals with the posi-

Buy your Muns for the Minnesota gan
from the girls for the benolit of the
Woman's League building fund.
LANDER
OR
LOWERS:
T"FUTTorPrL E'S
A Place to bring your friends
Nowhere is the food better
Nowhere is the service more prompt
TUTTLE'S LUNCH ROOM
Maynard Street
WHITNEY THEATRI
- FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, NOV. 18-19
First time here in person of America's youngest
and foremost emotional actress

Iowa and Indiana were admitted
the Conference in '99.

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SHOWS AT
2:00, 3:30
7:00, 8:30

Adults 20c
Kiddies 10c
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LAST TIME TODAY

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JAMES FENIMORE COOPER'S

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SPOKEN

PLAY-

"The Last of the Mohicans"

Her greatest success. Ran one whole year at the
House, New York.
If you like Alice Brady on the screen,
you'll love her on the speaking stage.
Seat sale Wednesday, Nov. 16. Prices: 75c, $1.0e, $1.50,

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MATINEE -2:00, 3:30
Adults -30c
Kiddies - lOc

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TUESDAY

- WEDNESDAY

EVENING - 7:00, 8:45
Adults - 5c
Kiddies -20c

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Direct from New York City-

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The

Royal

MARIMBA BAN

Directed by Senor Don Arthur Cruz
The World's, Greatest Marimba Artist

Jiakers of Victor Records

A Jiusical Tr

Don't Fail to Attend the

NOVELTY

DANC

at the Armory
MUSIC BY MARIMBA BAND

WEDNESDAY NIGHT AFTER THE SHOW

DANCING FROM 9:30 TO 1:00

upert Hughes' Heart-gripping Story of Home
With The Greatest Star
Cast Ever Assembled

TICKETS ON SALE
AT GRAHAM'S
OR DOOR

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HEAR THEM
-AT -
THE WUERTH

ADMISSION - $1.50
PLUS TAX - .15

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