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DRAMA

TERM]

FOR IUPPERCLASS ADVISORS
Applications are now being receiv-
ed at the Union from upperclasmen
for mem~bership on the Upperclass Ad-.
visory committee for next year. Men
who" desire to serve on ,this cormittee
are urged to send in their names to
Charles W. Merriam,,Jr- '251x, at~ the
UJnion' right away as the committeeilbsectdhswek
In filling out the coupon below nextI
year's address shouldhbo given if poe-j
siblc.

Mlas for the University ecture
rse. and, other business for next
rwere discussed atthe ieetig of
vOratorical board yesterday after- '
n.a Ten spakers who will make
the program have already' been s&
ed'and negotiations ar k eing cm-'
sted 'for the othrs. Several chages
xplanned in th2" mtod of selig
kets.
En addition to the officers -of* the
a trcal Board which were elete&
thze campus election' consisting of
Iedent, 3. . Iunn '24, vcepree-
at, Lyman Glasgowv, '25, secretary,
[eda iekhaff, '24 ; treasurer, ;ank
clstroms, '24; the algats froma
puiblic speakng soc eties and the
egates-t-large were announced.
ey are: Athena, Beata Waner, '25;
rtia, Charlotte Blagdon,.'24;Ael-
[iW ilfred Flocking, '24,; Alpha Nu,
rinan Johnson, '24. The delegates
large are Blanche Kynast, '24, E-
rd~xProphet, '2,a d Milrd Pryor,
ommittees ainoucd for next
w. re: local contest, Norman Jhn-
, I2t; social, Blanche Kynast,'24;
)licty, illard- 4Iryor, '24; andl ush-
Wlfrid Hocl u&g,'21.
'rycauts for van eviq10 sits for tit6e
id 1louzce tAt WiU begiven bfri
liors and laumni f the Uffvat rty
the night of tue 15 W41146 llyhh
al 2 to 4:30 o'clock on Friday ,iii
4e hall'accordl igto ,an announce-
at made last" night by Car,4401
irc, ;244, naer ofthe hand.
y group of studenlt2 wth an 'occet-
eact are ecaraged totry qt #r
of the paeitaons,
he ,mince that. wipe us ed thi'
ci is a1new eatiue for te Coni
acenent program, it ,h'a's gham;
sprlvioua costo to alo1 ]Yli~ns
~mati.o society to ,take charge >
xen tort ainnwxnt. TPfIS, hw eve,
Il allow the alumnni who will bec
s nt at class renizons the p por-
City of hearing te VArsity badin
.in as well a7seeang th student
:ertainnwant.
lets that will bte prseentblo t tis °
;aion nmay ary from singing a d
Icing sits to sho4rCpe-ct play,:
is the lan of the mranar ocif the
d who'will have charge of the conP
ate programi to selft.at least fur
the best acts giv c- Mimand hav
:s given at the time.
O.A.TOONDUCT
'reshmeni will rleet in dIsscusio,
pups at Lane hal once a week net
W, according to plas at prsnt
line bytho 'Student Christian as-IA
lation. 'Men who have been actve2
i Y vwark will form the uclzis,
these groups' which will number7§I:
it, ten men e ch anl will b8 led
upperclassmen. Capus pr6lema2
lbe dealt withl. andi traditions e-
wned to the h ;4t year a: -
banqaet wll1 begivni cring
;icn uielr tle,'ai pie .s ,f te
I. A. the Saturyday 'beore- schol
001. President ,M a L. Bttroe
be ac the spea''.
Orly to uspnd bsen Mlay $0 J r
Duye to tie observance of Heim- 11
ral day, The Daily ill not he ;
ublislied Thlursday May 31.The
rfice will be closedtoday.

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Dodos
Dodos, campus dramnatic organi"a-I
tion, will give a series' of 'three plays?
on Thursday. evening at 8:20 in the
.pW~y shop at 71G Spring street. The
j plays are -open to the puiblic, fifty'
seats being available at $1.00 the seat.M
Tickets may be gotten' from 0. C.
'Johnson, telephone, 1268J, or on
fThursday they may be purchased in
the rhetoric library.
Three playa will be presented, all;
{ eing a repetition of the last seriesI
presented by the organization. "Whorei
I Mistake Was It?" and "A Stroke of
Fortune" both by Prof. F., N. Scott of
the rhetoric department, and "The
Maker of the Gods" by Lowell J. Carr
of the sociology department will be
presented. The last play has been.
fparticularly comm ended: for its scen-'
cry, its setting being out of doorsi
in the moonlight.II

persons in the characters Overy so ?f ridl Hocking, '24L; speaker, R. L,
often in order to give all the mnem- iAlexander, '24; clerk, M1. H. Pryor,,
bers of the class a part in the play '24E; treasurer, W. C. Dixon, '26; ser-,
rendered the story rather less effec- geant at arms, A. M. Stern, '26.
!'tie than if any one of the sets of'
charer lodmchUonthnetrouaigoft
'Teltrmuhdoiue trou Taigotf _______________
the Shrew" brought out real talent, O AX"ACAA
in several places.?j

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SHOWII

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E. C. M
Adelphti Elects Officers
Adeiphi, House of R-opresentatives,
held its semester elections at the last
meeting of the year last night in Uni-
versity hall. The officers chosen for
next fall are: oratorical delegate, Wil.

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the most talked o
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I desire to serve on the Up-
perclass Advisory cozy m~ttee.

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COS)FOtOLtN (JLI'LOSE
YE~AR'S WORflK WiTil BAN ETA
Cosmopolitan club closed, its year'sI
work last night with a bnutat t
the Methodist~ church, with m'ore tia'n
60 for'eigni students present. t
Pr'of. J. A. C. Hildner, of the Oerinan
dpartm~ent, who is faculty mentor ofI
the orgaiation, spoke on "Foreign
us, wiQ of the astonomprofessor,
told of the work that women1 can do,
lwith regard toi urtlering the ad-:
vancement of' foreign students. Wil-?
1am C. Wang, '24E, newly elected
D resident of the organization;, spoke onr
the future activities of the Cosmopolfi-1
tan club.
Students to Go to Fresh Air Camp
A group of studenkts will leave Lane!1
hiall at 7.30 o'clock~ this1 morning' for';
the University fresh air camp at Lake
Patterson, 25' miles from. Ann Arbo,
WNhere they will spend the day in work~
on the three-quiarter mile stretch of
rood leading to thq camp sie
Property for the right of way was
recently, purch~ased by 11. A. Ives;,
member of the board of trustees of the
S. d. A. and along with 170 additional
acres, will be at the disposal of the
camp.

Y7OU of today
lare the cap-
tains, of Indus-
try of tomorrow.
You must captain
yourselves frst-
are you saving,
from your ever so
small income?

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* Play Productiln
Two plays were staged yesterday]
in review by advanced literary stu-
dents in University Hall.
In the afternoon thte class in Play
Production gave a deeidedly interest-
ing,.,revilew of- Bjornson's t.wo act
comedy "The Newly Married Couple."
An appreciative audience witnessed
the presentation, which made up in
sheer, good acting what 'it naturally
lacked in costumes and'scenery. E
At 8 o'clock Johni Tobin's equally,,
pleasing play "The Honeymoon," was
presented. The substitution, of newv

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