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October 14, 1922 - Image 3

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Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, director of
"The Knight of the Burning Pestle,"
is in Detroit today consulting with
Mr. O.; S. Davis about the scenery for
Masques' annual production. Mr.
Davis painted the scenery for "Pyg-
malion," "Yellow Jacket," and Junior
Girls' play last year.
"This scenery will attempt to solve
the difficult problems of thie interior
of an Elizabethan playhouse accur-
ately and yet with artistic effect and
it will be quite as interesting and un-
usual as that painted by Mr. Davis for
the 'Yellow Jacket'," Professor Nel-
son said.
Announcement is made as follows
for rehearsals of the cast up to Friday
of next week: Monday, 3 o'clock, Act
III, scenes 1, 2; 4 o'clock, Prologue.
Act 1, scene 3. Tuesday, 2 o'clock, Act-
I, scenes 1, 2; 3 o'clock, Act II, scenes
1, 3, 7; 4 o'clock, Prologue. Wednes-
day, 3 o'clock, Act I, scenes 1, 2;
Act II, scene 4; 4 o.'clock, Act I, scenes
3 4; Act II, scene 2. Thursday, 2
o'clock, Act I, scenes 1, 2; Act II,
scenes 1, 4,; 3 o'clock, Act II, scene
8; f o'clock, Act I, scene 4; Act II,
scenes 2, 3, 5, 6.
CANAL PROJECT IS ..
4:1t'TI'f~' [£IT1F'T'Y1A '1't

taneously in Columbus and' in Ann
Arbor, each university keeping one
team at home and sending the team
of the other side into the camp of the
friendly enemy.
Secondary tryouts to be held at 8
o'clock this -morning, will rediice the
squad to twelve members, and at fin-
al tryouts to be held the latter part of
next week, the teams will be select-
ed.
wlomen'
Chaperones for the dances this
week end will be: Armory-Miss Mar-
tha Hills, Union-Mrs. H. W. Cake.
Mummers will hold an important
meeting at 3:30 o'clock Monday after-
noon in Barbour gymnasium. All
members are urged to attend.
Manuscripts for the Jupior Girls'
play are due Oct. 25. They may be
submitted to Helen Delbridge on or
before that date.
Archery practice will be held at 4:151
o'clock on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Tennis practice will be held at 4:15
o'clock on Mondays and Wednesdays.
An organized ten-mile hike will
leave at 9 o'clock this morning from
Barbour gymnasium.: Entering up-
perclasswomen and freshmen are es-
pecially urged to go.
A telephone has been ipstalled in
the office of the executive secretary of
the undergraduate campaign for the
University of Michigan League. The
number is 3048-M.
There will be a meeting of Senior
Society at 7:30 o'clock Monday ev-
ening in the sunparlor of Betsy Bar-
bour residence.
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.
GARRICK " .t4. StoS
Sat. Mat. 50t to $2.00
ARTHUR HOP'KINS Presents
Eugene O'Neill's Great Success
" THE HAIXtIY APE "
A Symbofic Comedy of Ancient and Modern
Life with LOUIS WOLHRIM.
Next Week-" JUSTMARKIED"

Four Pledge Teas
Given This Week
Four teas were given this week
for the pledges of various sororities.
Wednesday afternoon the Alpha Omi-
cron Pi sorority entertained at a tea,
Mrs. E. Gillette being the patronesse.
On Thursday two teas were given-
the Delta Delta Delta, of which Mrs.
H. Abbott was patronesse, and thel
Zeta Tau Alpha with Mrs. McPerson
as patronesse. The Alpha Xi Delta
sorority received at tea on Frid 4
Mrs. J. J. Cox and Miss Van Kleek
were the patronesses.
Saturday afternoon Mrs. W. R.
Humphrey. and Mrs. E. K. HerdmaA
will entertain at tea in honor of mem-
1bers and pledges of the Chi Omega
sorority, at Mrs. Humphrey's home.
WYVERN ELECTS
15 NEW MEMBERS
Fifteen new members elected to Wy-
vern junior girls' honorary society,
are: Miriam Wicksall, Dorothy Bish-
op, Dorothy Wylie, Elizabeth Cain,'
Mary Wylie, Nanette Carnahan, Char-
lotte Ermann, Pamela Brown, Dor-
A CAD E
COMING SUNDAY

othy Greenwald ,Marian Willis, Velme
Carter Blanche IKynas, Lorella Holl-
is, Hope Holliday, and Elizabeth
Lauver.
Initiation for the new members will
be' held at 4 o'clock next Tuesday aft-
ernoon at the Pi Beta Pm house.
Wyvern elections are made on the
basis of personality and participation
in campus( activities, and the" societyi
is the onlypurely" honorary society
of junior women.
JUNIOR TEA IS
WELL ATTENDED
More than 250 juniors attended the
tea which was given in their honor
yesterday afternoon at Barbour gym-
nasium by Dean Jean Hamilton. The
receiving line was composed of Dean
Hamilton, Miss Mildred Sherman,
Mrs. Marcus L. Ward, Mrs. John R.
Effinger, Mrs. Shirley Smith, Dr. Elo-
ise Walker, Mrs. Alfred Lloyd, Miss
Marion 'Wood and Miss Marion Daw-
ley!
Dean Hamilton gave a short talk in
which she suggested to the girls that
they hold another meeting some time
this semester to become more thor-
oughly acquainted with each other
SPORT HATS
of
velour, beaver
and felt
DRESS HATS
black paon velvet

and with those juniors who have en-
tered the University for the first
time this year. "In this way," said the
Dean, "the junior girls can exchange
ideas a'nd carry out any plans they
LAST TIME TODAY
VIO1LA
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"THE FOURTEENTH
LOVER"
COMEY -"FALSE ALARM"

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Smay have in a more emcient manner. were Aerved and a sho
A motion was nmie end carried that gram followed.
such a m eting, be held.
Late in the after(noou refreshments Michigan Daily and Chin

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S VUJECT t' LEDATE
Wome's Ohio-Michigan debate,
scheduled for Dec. 12, will be on the
subject of the proposed Saint Laur-
enco canal project. .The question,
which was selected from five sub-
jects proposed by each of the univer-
sities, is worded thus: Resolved: 'That
the Great Lakes-to-the-Atlantic canal
be constructed by joint cooperation
of Canada and the United States.
The subject will be debated simul-

CONTINUOUS SHOW 2-11 P. M.
Aduits--35c Kiddies-10c

AT THE THEATERS
Today--Screen.

Arcade-Katherine
in "Heroes and
comedy and 'news,

MacDonald
Husbands;

Flower ornaments in silver
and gold for gowns,
DANA RICHARDSON
115 East Liberty Street

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STARTING SUNDAY
Ru per tHughe
REMEMBRANCE"
THRU WEDNESDAY

< A Sprightly Comedy
" T~y! Punctures of Tires
and Hearts
from the Saturday Eienimg Post StO7 by
IEWIS
,Author of 1iIMNSTEE'

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Majestic-May Murray and Ru-
dolph Valentino in "The Deli-
cious Little Devil;" and come-
dy.
Orpheum-Viola Dana in "The
Fourteenth Lover"; comedy
and news.
Wuerth-"Free Air," a Sinclair
Lewis story; comedy and
Wuerth orchestra.
This Weed-Stage

MIMES THEATRE

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Friday

- Saturday

TODAY

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October 13..14

ONLY

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Garrick (Detroit)-Eugene
Neill's "The Hairy Ape."

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

"I IN
I' "In TheMoge

To be Sure of
Packed Houses

SHUBERT Nights 50.75-SI.00
M1ICHIGAN -Pop.Mats.Tue.,"Thur
Opposite Cadillac Hote. Main 7790
THE BO1STELLE CO.
Presents the Virile Drama of the'Norshwest
"TIGER R O SE: "
As played by LENORE ULRIC
NHXT WEEK-"HAPPY-CO-UtCKY"

A ONE ACT PLAY
AND FOUR OTHER ACTS

We Just
Advertise

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Reserved Seats Now
at Theatre

Admission
50c

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Clothing Insurance

Buti

You insure your car, your home, your health, your life. Why not insure your clolies
Every suit bought of me carries a "Policy" of best material, workmanship, and style,
there is no "premium" to pay. You profit by our. low overhead. "Drop up!1"
G NLE The Tailor
113 S. Main. Upstairs

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"past". and almost lost a
glorious future

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IS CO-STARRED WITH MISS MURRAY
THEN WE CAN ADVERTISE IN ADVANCE

FOOTBALL
RETURNS.
MICHIGAN-VANDERBILT
This Afternoon
REGULAR PROGRAM OF
PICTURES TOO
NO EXTRA CHAROE
FOR RETURNS,
ALL SEATS
25c
Western Union Special Leas-
ed Wire to Stage

Crowds;
Crow S
Czowcl;s
roW S.,

FOOTBALL
RETURNS
The Michigan - Vanderbilt
game Saturday will be shown
play by play on the stage.
Special leased wire. Minia-
ture gridiron, moving foot-
ball. Scoreboard. All plays
and players clearly shown
or verbally explained instan-
taneously as they actually
happen. In addition to reg-
ular program of photoplays.
ALL SEATS -'- 25c

all s^day Ion 1o.evr
en_ d A-~e~' c~sing
I s t1hbo owhis

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