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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SQUgALIFY IN
DEBATE TRYOUT

Inteen members of the Ohio,
ran debate squad selected fron
6e1iminary tryouts held Thurs-
nd Saturday of last week are :t
n Athena--Celma Simonson, '23;
ce Fuller, '25; Frieda Diekhoffl1
one Moriya, '23Ed; Lucile Wel-
Ed; Marion Taylor, '24. Inded
its-Florence Rhodes, '23; Dor-
School, '24; Beulah Fox, '23;
s Parker, '26; Gertrude Strat-
, '23 S. of M. Portia-Cornelia
r'd, '25; Mavis Warer, '25$
August, '24; Veo Foster, '23.;
[enage, '24, and Blanche Kynast,
'here are only five independents,
te only five appeared.
fhe secondary tryouts to b
t 8 o'clock Saturday morning
m 304, Mason hall, the squad"
e reduced to 12, and at a final
to occur some time next week,
o teams, three on a side, will
acted.
(ES ARE ENTERTAINED
TEAS OF SORORITY HOUSES
'ashioned flowes of yellow and
attractively arranged through
e house, formed the decoration
e tea given by Chi Omega
s Sunday afternoon. More than
ledges from other sororities
received between the hours of
6 o'clock. Mrs. T. E. 'Ranin
troness for the affair.
he eleventh of this month the
Omicron Pi pledges will enter-
ith a tea, followed by one on
irteenth by the pledges of the
Xi Delta sorority.
BURTOiN TO RECEVE
[ENTS AT HOME TO1ORROW
bers of the University will be
d at the President's hom
i to 6 o'clock Wednesday aft-
, Oct. 11, when President Mar-
Burton rand Mrs. Burton hold
rst "at home" of the season.
iving with President and Mrs.
r will be several professors,,who
een newly appointed to the .fac-
>f the University.
en Appointed As Delegates
i Wagner, '25, and Hariet
23, have beeny appointed as ,or-
ion delegates to theiOratorical
'Miss Wagner from Athena
and Miss Blum from Portia
THE THEATERS
WHITNEY
conjectures as to what the pub-
a best in the theatre hfas been1
'est by the phenominal success
;htnin'," the classic of laughs
art throbs which John Colden
esent at the Whitney theatre,
and Saturday, Oct. 20 and 21,
Saturday matinee.
bree years this play packed the
heater, New York, and with
rformances to its credif it
he world's record for length of
Broadway. Now in is secoxIfd
the Blackstone theater, it is
i'cago's long run champion.
oduction to be seen here was
uinder the'direction of Winchell
who wrote "Lightnin'" in col-
on with Frank Bacon and the
a special one, organized for
s of engagements in Detroit,
is, Kaiisas City, Milwaukee,
polls, St. Paul and other large
hat might otherwise be com-
o ,wait two years or more to
record smasher.
he role of Lightnin' Bill Jones,,
den has engaged Thomas Jef-
son of the late Joseph Jeffer-
sd amngthe other principals
sie Bacon, Ida St. Leon, and
L. Evans.
ae of seats will open at 10
tomorrow morning.

Waomen
The first hygiene lecture will be
given at 4 o'clock this afternoon
in Barbour Gymnasinm. All fresh-
men and entering sophomores are re-
quired to be present.
Tryouts for Masques annual play
will be held at 4 o'clock thisao-f
ternoon in Sarah Caswell Angell shall.
Only members 'are eligible.
Athena membership tryouts will be'
I held at 7 o'clock 'this evening in
the Alpha Nit rooms. All women in-
terested in debating, especially fresh-
men, are urged to attend. Tryouts
consist of four-minute extemporan-
eous speeches..
Tryouts for the Portia Literary so-
ciety 'will be held at 7:15 o'clock
this evening in room 302, Mason hall.
Freshmen and anyone else interest-]
ed in public speaking are eligible to
tryout for this activity.
Clothes left in the gymnasium lock-
ers last June must be called for by
noon today.
All women entered in the tennis
tournament are requested to play off
their, first match by Friday, Oct. 13,
The list of ganies 'has been 'poted on
the athletic bulletin board for s'everal
days.
,House presidents of the various sor-
'orities on campus will be entertained
tonight by 'Dean Jean 'Ramilton at a
dinner given at, her home at 1102 Hill
street.
There will be a Y. W. C.:A. cabinet
meeting this afternoon at 4 'o'clock'
at Newberry hall.

ent, whether accompanied by their
advisors or not.
MICHIGAN DAMES
B3FGIN MEETINGS
In 1914, the organization Michiganf
Dames, was formed to bring together
Michigan wives. Every year promin-
ent speakers are obtained and en-
tertainments are given throughout the
year. Regular meetings are held the
first and third Tuesdays of each
month. At the first meeting Dorothy
Cozad, of the School of Music, en-
tertained with several selections. It
is hoped that all Michigan wives will
feel that this is their organization.-
A national organization of Dames
was formed last year by the Chicago
Dames. The universities represent-
ed are: Michigan, Illinois, Chicago,
Kansas, Oklahoma, Minnesota, Ohio
State, and Iowa State.
tea,,bjle lgRuabln
Have you signed up yet for your
Varsity blotter?

AT THE THEATERS
( Today-Screen.
Arcade-"Manslaughter," a CecilJ
B. De Mille production.
Majestic-"The Prisoner of Zen-
( da;" Lee kiddies and news.
Orpheum-Patsy Ruth Miller
and Cullen 'Landis in "Watch
Your Step;" Masonic Drill pc-
L ures.
Wuerth-Charles 'Ray in "A
Tailor - Made Man;"- comedy
and Wuerth Orchestra.
This 'Week-lStage
h i t n e y-John Gatsworthy's
"The Skin Game," Monday at
8:15 o'clock.

RECEIVE WORI FROM PARTY
OF ZOOLOGIS'TS IN BOLIVIA
Word has just been received from
the expedition of the Museum of Zo-
ology to the head waters of the Am-
azon. They have been in the moun-
tains of eastern Bolivia for some
months and no word had been receiv-
ed for some time. The leader, Mr.
Jesse Williamson of the University
of Indiana, was taken seriously ill,
with relapsing fever, and brought out
to the. head of the river navigation
at Manaos, Brazil. The other white
man of the party, Capt. John Strohn
of the United States army, with the
help of Indians, brought out the col-
lections and forwarded them to the
University. Mr. Williamson has been
sent to Rio de Janiero, where he will
!rYemain until completely recovered.
The party secured enormous collec-
tions, while in the field, most of them.
being of animals of the region.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
For Expert
Pen Repairing
308 So. State St.
1-HOUR SERVICE - FAIR PRICES

Foreign Students Attend Y. 13. Pienic the Y. W. 'IC. A. Conference songs
Rain and an early hour did not pre- formed a part of the morning's en-
vent a large n'umber of foreign stud- tertainment.
ents from enjoying a picnic at New-
berry hall Saturday morning, Oct. 7." PACKAGE and baggage express.
The affair was under the auspices of 2939-.-Adv.
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM SHOE FACTORY

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THIRTY MINUTE SERVICE
Get your repair work done when you
you an t it.
Thirty minute service. Shoes called
for and delivered at the
H. W. CLARK, 534 Vorest Avenue
Phone" 3043

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Garrick (Detroit)-Eugene
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Shubert-Michigan (Detroit)-
Bonstelle Company in "The'
Tiger Rose."

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After a hearty meal,

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' Swimming lessons, open to all Uni-
versity women, will start this evening
at 8 oclock at the Y. M. C. A The.
lessons will, be continued throughout
the next four months at a cost of '$4s
per term.
An important meeting of Wyvern
society will be held at 836 Tappan
road ,at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow night..
UPPERCLASS WOMEN
TO BE ENTERTAINED
Senior society and the Intercollegi-
ate association will co-operate so-
cially When they entertain entering
upperclass women at a tea from A until
6 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, 'inBar-
bour 'gymnasium. .
The afternoon will be spent in
dancing. Several stunts will also be
presented. Those having charge o
the affair are. as follows: Luella Cal-
liver, '23, president of Senior society;
Georgia Church, '23, chairman of thil
Intercollegiate association. The con-
mittee chairmnen 'are:' 'Entertainment,,
Eliabeth 'Hoyt, '23; 'refreshments,
Grace Hall, '25.
Those in charge of'the tea are anx-
ious that all entering women be pres-{
LAST TIME TODAY
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FOR APPOINTMENT CALL
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Early inquiries forecast record-sliatterig attendance at 'the three
performances of '"'IGH1TNIN" on Friday and' Saturday, Oct 20
and 21 and I am fearful that the hoxoffice and seating facilities of
the Whitney Opera house will be strained to the lutmost.
I would tilerefore suggest that mail orders for this anxiously-
awaited attractioi, be sent in at once, thus enabling us to make an
equitable distribution of 'tickets aid affording all patrons, both in
and outside the city, an equal opportunity to secure choice loca-
tions. without confusion. Mall orders will be numbered Arid filled_
In sequence,, pre'ious to the opening of the boxoffice sale ont Wed-
iiesday, Oct. 18. In other words, mail order patrons will get first
pick of the seats.
Ordering theatre tickets by mail Is very simple. Write a letter
stating which perfornance you wish to attend and where you
would like to sit. Enclose cheek, 'draft or money order payable to
the Whitney Opera Houjse covering tile cost of your tickets, plus
10 per cent war tax. A self-addressed, stamped envelope sent ith
your order will insure safe and'prompt return of tickets.
Prices for "LIGHTNIN" will be: Nights, Lower floor, $2.50; Bal-
cony, first 4 rows, $2.90; next 4 rows, $1.50; balance, $1.00. Sat-
urday Matinee: Lower floor, $2.00; Balcony, first 4 rows, $1.50;
balance, $100. These prices do not include 10 per cent war tax.
"LIGHTNIN" will, be presented with the sane brilliant cast that
recently played Detroit for three weeks, including Thomas Jeffer-
son, Bessie Bacon, Ida St. Leon and others who will later intro-
duce the record-smnasher to Kansas City and St. Louis. Ann Arbor
will be one of the first of the smaller American cities to see this
famous stage classic and 'it was largely through the old friend-
ship of my brother, Frank McIntyre, with John Golden, producer
of "LIGHTNIN" that the booking was arranged.
This announcement is l)ilblished solely for the convenience and
protection of the play lovers of A n Arbor and neighboring towns
and, strictly speaking, it is not an advertisement for "LIGHTNIN".
Its runs of three years in New York and 'nearly two years in Chi-
cago have given the play about all the advertising it needs.

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CLOTHING STORE

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This is Charles Ray's first pic-
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the company which insists on
the quality of the entertainment
above all else.

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ADULTS - 35c
KIDDIES - 10c

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