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December 08, 1921 - Image 9

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-12-08

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THE THEATERS

Sigma Delta Phi mee
held at 4:30 o'clock to'.
Cook building.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
afteitde They should be taken by MANUAL ARTS CONFERENCE
one 1ri who can stay and help to ar- TO BE HELD HERE DEC. 8-10
range that house's table for the bazaar.
~-- Ann Arbor will again be the scene
Wives of officers of administration, of an educational meet when, on the
dig vill be professors, Qnd Instructors are invited last three days of this week, the man-

TODAY
Screen
Arcade-Alice Brady
of the East." -

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MarthaI

to attend a meeting at which plans
f a Faculty Women's club will be
Perfected at 9 o'clock Saturday after-

in "Dawn

MaJestic -The Sheik," with
Agnes Ayres and Rudolph Val -
entio.
Wuerth--Earl Williams in "Dia-
monds Adrift."
Prpheum-Frank Mayo in "The
Shark Master."
THIS WEEK
Staget
Garrick (Detroit)-"Irene," mus-
ical comedy. Second week.
Dec. 6 to 10
Whitney-Michigan Union Opera
"Make It For Two."
MASTER MASONS
All Masons on the campus' are in-
vited to attend the Christmas Dance
of the Craftsmen's Club to be held at
the Packard, Saturday night, Dec.
10th. Tickets on sale at Quarry's Drug
Store.-Adv.
Wahr's University Bookstore is open
evenings until Christmas.-Adv.

There are still some vaca 'fies in noon, Dec. 10, in the gallery .6n the
t e be second floor of Alumni Memorial hall.
ing held in the pool at lHarbour gym,
nasium. Any girls wishing to E'ater The Children's buil-ling of the Hom-
these should do so at once. 1 oeopathic hospital will be under quar-
_ _antine until further notice. Girls who
Mortarboard will meet at 7:3 01 wish to work with the children are
o'clock this evening at the Delt r asked to go to the door of the main
Gamma house. Dues will be payable h nilding marked "Registration for Out
at this time. ,atients."

ual arts conferen1ce will be held here.
The conference will take up all voca-
tional work that is taught in the
schools of this part of the country and
will include an exchange of ideas be-
tween the teachers of the work and
the teachers of colleges and educa-
tional institutions providing training
for vocational teachers.
Promineit men from all over the
state will attend the conference as
well as members of the University vo-
cational educational staff are who car-
rying on their work throughout the
state.

Adelia Cheever house and several of
the small dormitories will be open dur-
ing Christmas vacation. Girls who will
be in Ann Arbor during the holidays
should see Dean Myra B. Jordan.
Girls who will be here during Christ.
mas vacation are requested to sign in
bluebooks placed for this purpose in
Barbour gymnasium and at the candy
booth in University hall.
The finance committee for the Jun-
ior Girls' play will meet at 4 o'clock
Thursday afternoon in Barbour gym-
nasium.
Each house which is contributing to
the Christmas bazaar must send all
articles to the receiving booth in Bar-
bour gymnasium by 6 o'clock Thursday

A 11 members of the make-up com-
mittk'e of Masques are required to be
preserit at. Sarah Caswell Angell hall
at 7 o'cock tonight to practice making
up memkbers of the cast who are in the
Christman' play. All members of the
cast are a'so required to be present.

All girls who can work for an hour
at the bazaar should sign up on the
ist, posted in the league room in Un-
iversity hall at once.
Because of preparations for the baz-
aar, classes in gymnasium and basket-
ball will not be held after 3:45 o'clock
this afternoon.
All junior girls are requested to pay
their tax of $1 between 8:30' and 4
o'clock Thursday at the booth in Uni-
versity hall.
HOUSE PRESIDENTS MAKE
NEIGHBORHOOD GROUP PLANS
Plans for the neighborhood groups
were discussed at a meeting of the
league house presidents held Wednes-
lay afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
Euphemia Carnahan, '22, explained
that after Christmas these groups will
begin to function properly when they
entertain the other houses on the.
campus in various ways.
Neva Lovewell, 'Z, asked that all
houses contxibuting to-the Christmas
bazaar hand in their work between 4
,nd 6 o'clock Thursday afternoon.
Each house is also expected to fnrw
ish papek and core to wrap the ar-
ticles.

ALPHA CHI OMEGA ALUMNAE
AID BUILDING FUND BY PARTY
Prizes, donated by Ann Arbor mer-
chants, were awarded at the bridge
party given Wednesday afternoon at
the Alpha Chi Omega house by its Ann
Arbor alumnae for the Women's build-
ing fund. The first prize for bridge
was a corsage, given by the Blu-Maize
Blossom shop; second, a box of sta-
tionery from O. D. Morrill's. The
award for "Five-Hundred" was a box
of candy from the Busy Bee.
Twelve tables were taken. The
alumnae believe this to be a good start
toward their fund. Other affairs will
be given in the near future.
Students' Engagement Announced
Announcement has been made of the!
engagement of Florence Thieme, '23,
to John S. Thomas, '22. Miss Thieme
is the daughter of Prof. and Mrs. H.
P. Thieme and is a member of the
Alpha Phi sorority. Thomas belongs
to the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity.
Dr. eorw# . iklekle
OSTEOPATHC PHYSIvIAN :
Office howrc daily by appoint-
= went Telephone 2526
I Rm. 12. Over Arende Theatre
S 711 N. VniverIty Ave.

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NOW SHOWING
The Season's Biggest
Cinema Amazement! ..,
A story of stolen love, that
has sent a new thrill
through the English-speak-
ing world.
Filmed in a blaze of bar-
baric splendor and sweep-
ing through unforgettable
events,
ara
wor'm AONCT AVM~CSAND
M VIOLPO4VAGMCT9NO
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GCO!WE MEWL~OFR
PIRODUCTON
SPECIAL MUSICAL SCORE

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--- BY--
LARGED ORCHEST
PRICES
EVENINGS MATINEES
14c - 35c - 50c ALL SEATS - 25c

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GARRICK Ni .g.Sato 15
D!ETvOa OatS Ma oc to: .
ThO S rt Musical Comedy
IRENE"
New York Cast and Production

COMING!
HOBART BOSWORTH
IN
"Blind Hearts"

"IN EVERY MAN AND EVERY WOMAN THERE
IS SOME GREAT MOVING PICTURE
SCENARIO"

m THIS

IS THE ASTOUNDING STATEME? MADE BY THE WORLD'S GREAT
EST MOTION PICTURE PRObUCER - DAVID W. GRIFFITH

MAYBE YOU CAN WRITE PHOTOPLAYS, AND DON'T KNOW IT -
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY !

$75.00 WILL BE GIVEN AS PRIZES

$75.00
IN COLD

IN GOLD

FOR THE BEST
PHOTOPLAY SCENARIO
WRITTEN FOR THE

University Movie Contest
NOW BEING CONDUCTED BY "THE MICHIGAN DAILY" -

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SPECIAL NOTICE!t
I emember in writing that
without a plot there can
be no photoplay.
This is the most important
factor, and remember that
a series of JIcidents more
-or less closely related
LO NOT MAKE A PLOT.
A plot Is a recital of the
means by which the de-
termined objecthis gained
or lost.
.4 OLQT SHOULD CON-.
SIST OF A STRUGGLE,
SUSPENSE, & CLIM4x
Center ground thing
which are possible, prob-
able and plausible an4
avoid plots 'whioh are too
-wildly speculative.

RULES OF CONTEST
1. All manuscripts must be typewritten on white
8% x 11 inch paper. Original copies, not carbons,
must be submitted.
2. Manuscripts-should be written as short as pos-
sible but fully explaining situations and detail of
story.
3. The writer's name and address must be onsthe
upper left hand corner of the first page of the man-
uscript.
4. Manuscripts not accepted will be returned only
if self-addressed and stamped envelopes are en-
closed.
5. Manuscripts will be judged by competent
judges picked by The Daily and the producers.
6. Two prizes will be awarded, the first of $50
and the second of $25.
7nrManuscripts should be addressed to The Daily
in care of the scenario editor,
8. The contest closes at 6 o'clock Saturday night,
Dec. 10, 1921.

A FEW SUGGESTIONS
1. A scenario is the description of the action of
a story in its proper order, but not necessarily di-
vided into scenes of giving the detailed action.
2. Don't forget that the heart and soul of the
scenario is its story. That is the great thing, the
essential thing, and the all important thing about
the scenario. If the story is a fascinating thing of
heart-interest, clean romance, adventure or mystery,
then your scenaro is good at heart.
3. Stories of a dramatic type are desired. Drama
makes a more definite appeal and is easier to por-
tray than comedy or farcial comedy.
4. Avoid "slap-stick" and gross comedy situations.
5. Avoid sex themes or situations developed on
the worn-out subject of the "eternal triangle.
6. Remember that language cannot be photo-
graphed, therefore avoid lengthy description. Thp
story must be one of action, one which may be vis-
ualized.
7. Portray your characters concisely and at all
times be consistent in 'the development of your
theme.
8. It is suggested that the story be based on
some plot which revolves around the University.

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Remember this contest is open to all students of the Univer-
sity with the exceptions of the "Michigan Daily" Editorial
and Business Staffs.
NOTE:-Any students who are considering submitting scenarios and who desire any further infor-
mation can interview the producing company's representative at the publications reading room, second
floor of the Press Building, from 2 to 4 o'clock any day except Saturday.

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SOMEONE IS GOING TO WIN -IT MIGHT AS WELL BE YOU
Contest Positively Closes at 6:00 O'Clock Saturday Night, Dec. 10th, 1921

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