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November 19, 1921 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY,

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ORATORICAL BOARD SETS
CONTEST DATE AS DEC. 6
PRELIMINARY EXTEMPORANEOUS
TRIALS SATURDAY
MORNING, DEC. 3
The University Oratorical board will
direct the first extemporaneous speak-
Ing contest of the year, under the sup-
ervision of Edward Ramsdell, '23
chairman of the committee, and Ro-
bert Manchester, '24. The contest will
take place in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall Tuesday night, December 6, Two
prizes will be awarded, the first be-
ing a silver loving cup.
A list of subjects for discussion will
be made public within the next few
days. Those wishing to enter the con-
test will be prepared to talk on any
one, at the preliminary contest which
will be'held Saturday morning, Dec.
3, in Room 302, Mason hall.
At this time the best six or eight
speakers will be chosen to complete
the contest on the night of Dec. 6.
Judges will be members of Delta Sig-
ma Rho, honorary oratorical society.
Those wishing to enter the contest
are requested to send their names to
Edward Ramsdell, 1027 East Universi-
ty Ave., before Nov. 25. The contest
will be open to all except first semest-
er freshmen, present or former memb-
efs of Varsity debating teams, and
winners of any previous debating con-
test. It will be held primarily to give
new men a chance.
'Enter The Hero'
Staged At Party
Imagination is the central theme of
"Enter the Hero," the play presented
by Mummers yesterday afternoon at
the Women's league party. In this
one act tragi-comedy Anne Carey, an
imaginative girl who weaves a dream
about the hero, Harold Lawson, sends
letters and flowers to herself thereby
causing her friends to believe that she
is engaged to Lawson . Unfortunately
for the heroine Lawson is not pleased
with the affair since he is engaged to
some one else. The resulting situa-
tions are tragic for the heroine and
amusing to the audience.
Florence Derrick,'22, and Madeline
McGurk, '24, directed the play while
the part of Anne Carey was taken by
Dorothy Jeffery, '24, the hero, Harold
Lawson, by Cecile Baer, '22, the little
sister by Laurella Hollis, '24, and the
part of the mother by Rose Tobias,
'23. Flowers used in the play were
donated byFlanders flower shop.
Dancing in the gymnasium followed
the play and refreshments were served.
PARKING NOTICE
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"All people in Ann Arbor who
expect to attend the football
game today should leave their
automobiles at home. All streets
will be closed to auto traffic
within one block of Ferry Field.
State street will also be closed
to automobile traffic from Monroe
to McKinley street. By complying
with these orders our traffic
trouble will be eliminated.
Thomas O'Brien, Chief of Police.
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ICE C REAM
IS JUST AS NOURISHING AND DELICIOUS
DURING THE WINTER MONTHS AS IT IS IN
SUMMER. IT KEEPS YOU IN GOOD HEALTH
THE YEAR 'ROUND

WHAT DO YOU WANT?
SOMETHING NEW!
Real Meals, with Snappy Service and
All Good Things Combined.
We Cater to Both Ladies and Gentlemen
UNIVERSITY DINING ROOMS
1212 SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE
Two Doors East of Church Under New Management
3 MEALS-$7 PER WEEK 2 MEALS - $6 PER WEEK
A "Double Decker"
Brogue; Oxford
In botli black and tan. This oxford has an extraordinary
thick and durable sole, but the "double deck," which con-
sists of an upper indentation of the sole, gives it a light,
conservative appearance. In brief it combines extreme
durability and good lines. No perforations except in the
toe - the rest is multiple stitched. All in all, a wonder-
fully good-looking shoe.
$10,
The leather in this shoe is beyond
question the best we haverto offer.
DAVIS TOG GERY SHOP
119 South Main St.

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Adults 30c
Kiddies 10c

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You'll Laugh Till You

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DAY and NIGHT SERVICE
Phone 4 4 5

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WHEN YOU SEE
DORIS MAY
Uplifting the World
Hallam Cooley
as the love-sick one
Otis Harlan
the abused father
Arthur Hoyt
and his horse-pistol
Lillian Worth
as the villainous vamp

R-C PICTURES
Presents
DORIS MAY
FOOLLH AGE"
A HUNT STROMBZRG PRODUCTIOt
Directed by 'kWruJMv A.Svirat,

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Bull Montana
Spike Robinson

Billy Elmer
Jimmy Quinn

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Last Time Today
"Parlor
Bedroom
and Bath"

in "soup and fish"

in ~'soup and fish"

STARTING SUNDAY
A THREE REEL SPECIAL
Harold Lloyd
IN-
"Never Weaken"k
HIS NEWEST COMEDY
A THREE REEL SPECIAL

A THREE REEL SPECIAL

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