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1.1 11 d~

PLAY - WRIT
01

Play-writing
Stage wort. ar
scope of the
club this year
posed entirely
Stude&tdirec
Sarah Caswell
Prof. ROY N
uric cepartrne
writing in She
dents interest
o'clock any 't
'Inning thisI
son hall.
A work she
the old Fire1
avenue KdO M
ing, shops. S
Students Undoe
Morris of thb
a.nd Ar chie lM
rector.
Membership
interested in t
bership is $3,
ships may be
for admittanc4
antes. The t'
zation will cc
dlor of Univei
o'clock rWedni
People Awho
in play-writin;
representative
mnodern langu;
Library.

IiLIUI~ I vi T ON NEW APARTM4ENT'
*VII SI~ [ ~ODK(Continued from Page One);
W6ashitenaw avenue if Milt,;:; .Os*-
I'1Nx AND SC ENiERY borne, 1624 Hill street, Woul1d give hisa
[ 1E; '( 1Jl. .R'.permission, it is said. Mr. Osb)orne
lip' Ci[ I1A Tlast night (declared that he (ecuid no;
'F QUSEconsider the proposal. I1 is u.er '
stood that the Trigon (lub truse
K and practical Back have practically agreed to 7 oat thir
e to be included in theI part of the contract.
tctivities of the Players M dr. Osborne claims tha. t he is 11o:>
F.Iive programs, com satisified with t.he seittlemient. of the
of one-act plays under committee and believes that a mo. o
ction, will be given in satisfactory arrangom t could be sclktl'
I Angell hall.! tled upon by forming a holding: coin-
WT. Cowden of the rhet- pany and purchasing the property t
-t, director of play- outright from M',r. ~Wetzman Nvho ha,,
club, will meet all Stu- agreed to sell.
ted in this work at 4 In that connection trustees of theI
Fhursday afternoon, be- Acgeia fraternity are expected to lookclirom2,Malveth oprytdyoromrw
with A view to buying it if a satis
cp has been opened- in? factory figure can be settled upon. I
hall, on East University Mr. Carr said he believed it wvasa
ant to the new engineer- impossible to purehse the property!
cenery will be built byI if the residents in the commun.rity c"en-
r the direction of A. P. tering about Hlill street and Washt",,f-I
to rhetoric department aw avenue were sufficiently Tinteret -di
[eDonald '25 student di- to mlush the matter. Fle declared, ,104-
~ever that he believed the former pl-anI
is o 'pen to all students would be the finial one.
this work. Active men=' The purpsoe of purchasing the pro-
and associate member- perty lying between the proposed
secured which provide aaprtinent house and the Trig;on Chiri;
e to all of the perform- house is to make it restricted prop)-'
reasurer of the organi- erty, according to Mr. Carr.

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AA ESk ,F jR - A s
nub ti lap '4, ,ih aditior.to1thoEse7
'a-1 sa:z p * h IC" i a m college,
bringing thee ttal anunounced iS) ja r

Wit:(,er- '24r1, D. A. ;iun,'247, W. 'U
F". Sander,'4,IiR. chm,
'24, nd J. Page,.'22x1. Scond(
sesoJ R..Polihamus, '24E, W.S.
1o-Touel '22E, R, P. Eversdyke,. '24E,
C5. r.. 'ust, '24 K{, M. L. Baxter, '22K .
R. 1"1 Reid, '24E, 1B. F. ;ousman, '2,1
Vl. 13. Shepard, '24E, and W. Gal-
l.:ny, '241x.
Three women anid two men in the(
Schc'I of Edlucation received all.
f'M during 'the last Summer session.
'Their n am-e3 are: Elizabeth Triggs.,
Agr es Campbell, Margaret Hunter, J.,
M. Conaat, and P. G. Schroeder. 1
1 CALL B,{ iy'R ETBAriLL1 )IAN.WEX' T I r

COMINC
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A Return of that Very Delightful Comedy Drama

COMIING
MONDAY'

"Watch

A &'1"IIN~I, 11IERE
!:' BI '113'IIE

to ',33. i' ib Iadditional s:4ede:3, I--
39 were 31o~c~ in tue tolega of en- Tryouts for basketball manager- .
g~5 nce ngen arhie-nr and 5 in
l~eSchel i tunel i. ~ Of ilOship are called to report at 7 o'clockt
in I.4ofll SC eels(.fI tomorrow evening at the Varsity lock:-
''" gien"~ ~ii< 11 er room, in Waterman gymnasium.
S cf u tftw l R onald P..Selway, '23, basketball man-'
"; Co~c's nt' ' lager, yesterdlay pointed out that can-it
I ing .3d 5 At _ jdi dates who appear early will have
logo ofEagiee;ing nd rchiec-the best o1)poltunity in the competi-
(nret -rc: '7. a3. lTachinal, '23Euter"'
arah Br-am.,an, G. Camnpbell, tion. It is likely that norfrhe al
3,}. .( 'arr;, F. Y. w~,"" xil 1ewihmks im-
Chow '25;polrtant tht. thewc trycouts app 1S tear to-
~. . D~Adon,'22iCii.P. )av vs morrow night, he said.
{:EE.XC. 1!liff ,'23E, Gertrude Jack- I-___________
Siti. . Lyon, '22E, C. J. MeClos'-
kIey, '22lE, VerdalvMach i-E J. -TE. Thirty-five years of experience at
MJack:, '24. 1P. B. 1'e., '2 31,, W. K.! your disposal. at JTulian R. Trojanow, -
liidgoc'ZA, G'. A. Spolm, 1. Steg- I Ski IT. of M. Barber Shop 1110 So.
x'a' or, '22K lRoa Swian, L.XW. rTllay- . umversity,--_!d .
cvr ,'221_1.J. 14. Vos, G. A. Whinery, '24,
All of the above were enrolled in Order distinctive favors at the
cocurses directly under the faxculty in Flower and Bottle Shop. 115 N.A
Ann Arbor. Thayer.-Adiv.
The list cef thbe studeni s who earned
11l "A" grade,; durin- the Summer ___________________
ses sions h l at Camnp Davis, the En- "R. W.S MIL
ners' srveying camp, follows:
IT Frtssio.H . Schiefer, '24E, C. OSTEOPATHIC PHIYSICIAN
A. Miller.,'41R . J. Sipie, '24E, It. L. 6 First Nat'1 Bk. Bldg. I
________-Offit e I-ours Plane
INotfif p9-12;,1 05321-F1
*We wish it brought to the attentiona

our

*WITH CHiUCKiLES
(CO)11IN vCAR-
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Cullen Landis-
V/ATCH 'YOURI STEP'
A GiW v P 04Z' 4

IN ADDITION:

MT ,t (.-I c Pictures of Parades and Drill

)liect dues in the corni-3
rsity hail from 2 to 5
esda'y afternoon.
wish to take the course
tg will' find- anum eir of
one-act plays in theI
!age reading room of the

of the

lAnd It .Raned-
It rained during the Case game
yesterday. It started to rain early
F'riday evening, continued assidluous-
ly throughout the night, and persist-
ed cheerfully Saturday morning. The
time of the Case game approached,
with no signs of a let-up on the part
of Jupiter Pluvius. The fans made
their way to the field (the game
should have been nlayed in Hill aud-
itoriuml) under the protection of div-
ers patterns of rain-coats, parasols,
rubber boots, galoshes, and variousJ
bizarre ,makeshifts. Hats that had
been "college" rapidly became much
more so; elderly gridiron' customers
who had been conaervati0,,1y clad=~
when' they left their homes took on
a y~uthfully '~rakish appearance.
Once the crowd had 'reached the
stands, it hog,'1an hurriedly, to con-
struct s~han~ties and leaGn-tos from the
corugated iron covers on thie sta-
d ium. Whole platoons of - drenched
porsons ?ormed cc'alitions, cornered
all the available iron, and put u.,o -
landish shanties, cementing the hoof
with umbrellas.
These same umbrellas were rather
hard on those few loyal rdoters Who,
reckless of their personal humidity,
wanted to sc.^ the game. Some bear-
ers of umbrellas seemed to have the
idea that the higher they held them,
the greater ,voulc be their ability
to shed the deluige. Some of the spec-
tators wer'e heard to state, therefore,
that all they had seen of the contest
was the ton of the trajectory of a few
of the highest punts--only that, and
nothing more.
Tho cheerleader tryouts added' - to
4hec. only natural good humor of the
holiday crowd. These luckless fel-
lows, many of them doubtless endow-
ed with a real talent for their art, had
picked a noor day to display their
wares. Time. and again earnest
young-tryouts stepped hopefu~lly, to
the edge of fthe field and bawled at
the crowd, only to meet with a dis-
gruntling silefice.
If it hadn't rained, it would have
been a nice game.
-Notice Regarding Burning of Uai-es
An ordinlnce relative to fire limits
and fires -i rohibits burning of any ma-
terials oni pavements. The Street
Dept. will appreciate tht co-opera;,
tion of citzens if they will, burn leaves
on dirt streets. No fire -shall be
started before seven o'clock a. in. and
shall be promptly extinguished at two
o'clock n. in., and all ashes resulting
fromn the same, together, with all in-
combustible articles or substances re-
maining thereafter, must be prompt-
ly remnoved from the street,
A. 3. PAUL,
Street CQmmissioner"
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.

DR. GUTHE LEAVE S
Dr. Carl K. Guthe, associatn directior°
of collections in, anthopology in the
University m~useums, has sailedl for thef
Philippines where hie will arrive C
21. Dr. Guthe will bec eng;agedtlor'
three years in a study of the remacins,
of primitive inhabitants of the is-
lands. Mrs. Guthe and their daughter
accompanied him.
Marcelling, Manicuring, Sliam poo-
ing, French hot pack. Special atten-
tion given to curly hair. Florence
Wilson Deiiiattia, 240 S. State. Oaver
Cushing Drug. Phone 2939-M.-Ad v.

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One of the Finest Drilled Squads in the World
Also Pictures of Other Commanderies.

etroit Commandery Number 1

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E oi anl mci ens ing excllenlt board tt
reasonable rates that Mrm. L. Case-
ment has reopened1 her dinimn roonms
after at year's absence. TIhe new ad- l
dress is 1309 Wilruot St.-Adv.
Lose something? A classified in
the. Daily will find it.- adv.

Your ufi ie neatly emibossed In
oil :alt
PE
Purchased at
RID)ER'S PEN SHOP
398, So. State St.

gold

THEF~ PROCEEDS OIL THIS SHOW WILL GO TO
THEI~ MASONIC BUILDING, ASSOCIATION
FOR AID) IN ERECTION OF 'THE NEW TEMPLE ON 4TH AVE.

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