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THE

MICHIGAN

DAILY

ENGLISH' BURLESQUE TO
BE GIVEN BY MASQUES
When the little stage boy sweeps
off the stage and lights the lamps,
Hill auditorium will be set for
Masques annual play which this year
is to be "The Knights of the Burning
Pestle" to be given on November 22
for the benefit of the University of
Michigan League building fund.
J. Raleigh Nelson, director of the
club, outlined. extensive plans for
this production at the meeting, of
Masques yesterday afternoon. . Thie
play which is the first English bur-
lesque and at the same time, is as
modern as-though it were from life
today, is to be produced with regard
to every detail of the old Elizabethan
stage and audience. Intensive work
will be put on the play between now
and the date of presentation.
Members of the club who wish to
tryout for the play wil meet-between
10 and 12 o'clock tomorrow morn-
'ing in the parlours of Barbour's gym-
nasium.
Due to the fact that the big play of
the year is to be given early, tryouts
for new members will not be held un-
til 'shortly before the Christmas holi-
days. All women of the campus are
eligible and those who' contemplate
trying out later in the year ire asked.
to enter an application at once with
Miss Mildred Sherman, assistant to
the dean of women. In this way those
who desire membership may assist
with, the production of this play and -
prove their interest in the work o
the club.
Following this pro4uction,"Masques
will give again this year a series of
shorter plays to be presented through
the year at Nle League weekly par-
ties. Each of-the 10 groups into
which the membership of the club is
diviCed will produc;e one of these
plays.
Women Given Opportuntity to Join "Y"
Plans to give every student an op-
portunity to join th~e Y.W. .A. were
discussed at a meeting of the mem-
bership committe yesterday after-
noon in Newberry hall. An effort
will be made next week to reach ev-
ery girl. It is not acampaign for
large membership but an attempt to
see each freshman who wishes to join ,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

W1otnen
Tennis practice for upperclassmen
will be held at 4:15 o'clock on Mon-
days and Wednesdays.
Archery practice for upperclass-
men will be held at 4:15 o'clock on
Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Hockey practice for class, teams
will be hield as follows: seniors at
4:15 o'clock on Tuesdays and Thurs-
days; juniors at 4:15 o'clock on Mon-
days and Wednesdays; sophomores at
4:45 o'clock on Mondays and Wednes-
days; freshmen at 4:45 o'clock on
Tuesdays. and Thursdays. All girls
interested are urged to come and try
out for teams.
No assigments to gymnasium lock-
ers will be made today. Assignm~ents
may be made from 9 to 12 or froi 2
to 5 o'clock beginning Monday of next
*eek.
The first hygiene lecture will -be

given at 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon
in Barbour Gymnasium. All fresh-
men and entering sophomores are re-
quired to be present,
All women interested in rifle
shooting are requested to meet at
o'clock Monday afternoon in Barbour
Gymnasium.
Members of Masques are asked to
tryout for The Knight of The Burning
pestle in Sarah Caswell Angell hall
between 10 anI 12 o'clock this morn-
ing.
DEAN ENTERTAINS
SENIOR W Q M E N
Senior women were received by
Dean Jean Hamilton at a reception
given yesterday afternoon in the par-
lors of ,. arbou bymnasium. This
"was the first of a series of receptionst
which Dean Hamilton will give this
semester for the purnose of meeting
the women of the various classes of
the University.
Dean Hamilton was assisted in the
receiving line by Mrs. Marion L. Bur-
ton, the directors of the dormitories,

and the wives of the deans of the var- Go. a room to rent? A Daily classi-
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Women of the junior class will he
received by the new dean at the next For Expert
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Athletic honor awards, arranged in
a showcase by Mr. George J. Moe,
will soon be exhibted in Brbour gym-
nasium. The articles in the exhibit
will be the "M" armband which the
Women's Athletic association awards
for 300 honor points, the silver pin
for 600 honor points, and the white
sweater with its "M" for: 1000 honor
paints. Near the showcase will be a
poster telling how honor points may
be won.
The Women's Athletic association
will also stationca tablekMondays and
.1uesdlays of each week in Barbour
gymnasium to give out any 'desired
information about honor points br the
organizations of the association.
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