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175 ROOMS

Initial Players Club Program
Lacks Only In Spontaneity

re than 175~ rooms dre needed to
amodate the visitors coming here
e Michigan-Wisconsin game, Nov.
the opinion of the Union room-

Members of the Players club gave
their initial program of the year last
night in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.

g committee. The program consisted of a reading,
Rooms at the Union over the week- "The Swan Song," a one act play by
d have been sold out for some weeks. Anton Chekhov, and a stage presenta-
hile much trouble was met in furn-r "
Bing rooms for the Illinois game, i ton.
,rt due to the University Press club Arden."
Michigan convention here, it is be- The reading of Chekhov's play by
ved that the problem arising from R. S. Tubbs, '24, did not do full jus-
e Wisconsin game will cause no ser- tice to the play. There was little flex-
us trouble, if students and Ann Ar- ibility in the voice of the reader, a
r housekeepers co-operate with the fault which became especially appar-
oming committee. lent when he reached unusually tense
Any housekeepers who have rooms passages. Here one could have wished
hich they wish to list with the com- for a change from the tremulous tone
ittee will do so by leaving informa, which he maintained throughout. The
on with the telephone operator at same was true when the old actor in
o Union. the play repeated the passages from
Hamlet and King Lear. There was
'LEV ELAND CLUBlittle change in the voice, and the
part of the play which should have
DISCUSSES PLANS been one of the most gripping, lacked
the ring of truth. The gestures which
Tubbs found occasion to employ were
Plans were made by the Cleveland stock gestures, and lacked spontan-
ub of the university at its meeting eity.

ings exposed half way above the knee
are, on a man, not conducive to the
audience's proper attention to the rev-
elation of the plot.
NEW VOTING RULE'
ASKED FOR LEAGUE
Ddlegates Dissatisfied with Present
Unaminily Regulation
Geneva, Switzerland, Nov. 8.-Sever-
al influential delegates to the third
assembly of the League of Nations are
going home with the conviction that
the rules of the next assembly ought
to be changed so as to make the pro-
ceedings more parliamentary, more
like the debates in the American con-
greso.
They hold that, the unanimity rule,
which thus far has applied to deliber-
ations of committees as well as to
those of the full assembly, is choking
out interest and that, unless this rule
is abolished, the procedings will be-
come duller and duller as the work ofs
the assembly becomes more and more I
confined to. routine questions.
The regilation can be abolished for
committee work by the assembly it-
self, but an amendment to the coven-
ant is necessary to do away with, un.-
animity in decisions of the full as-
sembly.
ALL-AMERICAN MAN
CALLED BY CUPID'
"Brute" Pontius. Former Star Tackle,
Marries Alumna
Watertown, N. Y., Nov. 8.--Dan cupid

MARQUIS TALS SUNDAY
Industrial and Social Authority Will
Address U-Service
Dean Samuel S. Marquis, rector of
St. Joseph's Episcopal church, Detroit,
and formerly head of the industrial
welfare department of the Ford Motor
compar, will be the speaker at the
second University service of the year,
to be held at 7:30 o'clock Sunday eve-
ning in Hill auditorium. At the first
University service, held several weeks
ago, President Marion L. Burton spoker
to an audience of 3,500 students on
the subject "Living on a War Basis".
Dean Marquis' pronounced ideas on
social and industrial matters have
made him a nationally known figure.
He was for nine years connected with
SLEEP ANY WIERE, BUT
EAT AT RlX9S 'I
THE CLuE LUNCH
712 Arbor Street$
Near State and Packard Streets I
V TORY OAY DANCE
AT DEXTER-,' FRIDAY, NOV. 10
KENNEDY'S OR NEMTA

the Ford Motor company, having the,
distinction of being its only executive
not promoted from the ranks of the
company's employees.
An appropriate musical pr'ogram is
being arranged under the direction of
William Wheeler of the Universityl
School of Music.
Barnes to Address Ec Studenls
Julius Barnes, formerly president of
the United States grain corporation
under Mr. Hoover's administration and
who is now president of the National
Association of the Chamber of Com-
merce, will speak at 2 o'clock Friday
afternoon in Natural Science auditor-
ium on "Business, National and Inter-
national." While this talk is primar-
ily intended for the students of Econ-
LAST TIME TODAY
EDDIE POLO ,
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"CAP'N KIDD"
CHAPTER 6
"PERILS OF THE
WEST"
STAR COMEDY

emic; 31, the course in marketing, all will also elect a social committee and
students of the University as well as an athletic manager for the year. Ot-
the general public are invited. er business will include a vote to be
------- - -tak~en on a distinctive style of suit
Junior Engineers to Meet Friday waich will bewornby all members on
junior engineers will meet at 8 the campus.
o'clock Friday morning, in room 348 of
the Engineering building to elect sti- If you lose your dog, a daily classi-
dent councilmen for the class. - 'They fied ad will find it for you.-Adv.

Tuesday night in the Union, for its
activities both on the campus and at
home Tickets for adance to be held
at the Packard Academy on the
twenty-ninth of this month are now
available to members of the club an
plans for a formal party to be held in
Cleveland, Nec, 20, are practically
completed.
Plans to reserve an entire block of
seats for members and their friends
at the M4higan Union opera "InandE
Out," which will appear in Cleveland,
Dec. 16, are being made by the club.
JOHNSON FIGHTS
AUSTRALIA LIQUOR
Sydney, Australia, Oct. "6.-W. E.
Johnson, the American temperate ad-
vocate, recently passed -through Syd-
ney on his way to New Zealand to help
the anti-liquor fiVt there.
A lunch-hour meeting was held in
Sydney Town hall to welcome. him on
his arrival, and in the evening he ad-
:ressed a big meeting in the Hippo-
:rome. He declared that prohibition
in America was a tremendous success.
Experience had iown, he said, that
prohibition was for the benefit of the
race and the advancement of civiliza-

The one act play "The Roadhouse in
Arden," was interesting for the orig-
inality of the idea employed. An old
English inn at the edge of the Forest,
of Arden is kept by Master Hamlet
and his wife, Mistress Cleopatra Ham-
let. With them is their son, Robin
Goodfellow Hamlet. They are visited
by Mistress* Immortality, who is seek-
ing to conceal herself from Sir Franc-
is Bacon fand William Shakespeare,
who want her "to keep house for
them," each in his own right. She
hides from them, and escapes into the
forest with Robin,. whose name Shake-
speare has changed to Puck, and who
turns out to be the embodiment of
youth.,

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Florence Nelson, '25, as 1istress worked fast here and claimed Miller
Immortality, was easily the best mem- Hall Pontius, '14L, former All-Ameri-
ber of the cast. Her weakness was can star of the University of Mich-
the weakness of the entire company-- igan. The bride, Miss Mildred Car-
a multiplicity of stereotyped gestures. rington Taylor, of Port Huron, received
Elwood Fayfield, '25, as Robin Good- I an A.B. degree in 1914 from the same
fellow, or Puck, was a close second Univeisity.
for honors, .taking the part of the' Pontius changed the date of his wed-
blase boy with a reasonable amount ding from Nov. 29 upon receiving or..
of ease. ders to sail for CQentral America. In
Mistress Cleopatra Hamlet over- 1913 he was nicked to be All-Amer-
played her part, and Hamlet, her con- ican and All-Western tackle. He is
sort, was of necessity little more than now associated with the foreign de-
a piece of ;stage setting. partment of the Home Insurance com-
One of the outstanding features of pany.
the. performance was the legs of the -
male actors. Some wise man has-said highland Park Club Holds Meeting
that the legs of a man .below the knees. General discussion of plans for the
are a ghastly sight, and last night year took place at the meeting of the
confirmed his statement. Silk stock- Highland Park club, held last night

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AUUrTUsP/TOY

unday Night
Nov. 12

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DON'T DON'T

LAST TIME TODAY

IANS PUTTY
UP THEIR HONE

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Moscow, Nov. 8,-Putty and cement
the ton are being used it'Moscow
an effort on the part of the govern-
ent to blot out traces of the 1917 re-
lution.
There is scarcely a house 'in the.
Dviet capital which was not bullet
arked, more or less, in the fighting,
d some of the larger buildings were
ppered with lead and steel from
des, machine guns and shrapnel.
)UNCIL DUES COMMITTEE
REPORTS FULL SUCCESS
(Continued from Page One)
The committee on ,Class Dues day
ported the work as quite success-
1. The following men were appoint-
to aid in class reorganization, in
modeling of class constitutions, and.

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2CLASSMFETS TOAY
Men and Womnen Assemble For Or.
ganization By Council
All freshmen both men and women
of all schools and colleges of the Un-
iversity will attend the mass meeting
in Hill auditorium, at 4 o'clock this
afternoon, at which Carl Brandt, of,
the public speaking department, and
Jack Kelly, '24L, of the Student coun-
cal, will be the principal speakers..
After the speeches, all freshmen
except those of the literary college
will be dismissed, and the committee
appointed by the Student council to
organize the freshman class will take
charge of the meeting. All class of-
ficers will be nominated and elected'
at this time, and the class dues will
be collected.

at the Union. The meeting consisted
of a short business session with a
smoker following. The club had no
regular speaker for this meeting, but
plans on having someone from outside
the club speak at the remainder of the
meetings this year.
University Insintuctor Weds
Russel C. Hussey, instructor in geo-
logy, has announced his marriage last
Saturday to^.4iss Minnie Simmons of
the University School of Music. Mrs.
Hussey will continue her University1
work. Mr. Hussey is a member of the
Gamma Alpha and Sigma Gamma Ep-
silon fraternities.
'23 Speedball Team Will Practice
Tryouts for the senior lit speedball
team will practice at 3 o'clock this
afternoon on Ferry field. 'Men should
report either to Henry Mudd or Coo-
lidge Kreis. The first game is Friday
afternoon.

Seats reserved at $1.10, $1.65, $2.20.
Lower floor, $2.75. Mail orders now.

rvestigating the disbursement of
class funds: T. J. ' Lynch, '25L, 1
rn'an, Henry Morton, '23 E, and
ert Townsend, '23E. The .balance
te new councilmen will be elected
week.
e council voted to send a letter of
ation and welcome to all visiting
tic teams as is done in severalt
r of the Conference schools. The
also went on record as against
'orms of, hazing on the campus.'
resolution followed a recommen-
n from the discipline committee
te University that, in view of its
ended action on the 'students in-'
.ted in hazings last spring, the
cil take 'such' action.
e'iour Divulges Size of 1ilcomne
ashington, Nov. 8.-J. Ogden Ar-;
, Chicago meat packer, who re-
d at public hearing to give the.
ral Trade commission figures as
lie amount of his private busi-
in the grain market during the
year, has now filed the detailed
mation with that body, it was
unced here today, but the ac-
'will not be made public.

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fine tailor-like way, with
sound big buttons put on
to stay. The shirt has an
attached collar rmade by
the expert Arrow collar
makers. The cuffs are of
the French model, or they
have single cuffs which
button with one button.
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C HENEY CRAVATS offer you
that touch of distinctive nov-
elty-combined with good taste
and rich sparkle-that you always
look for in true sport-wear.
Yet Cheney has designed con-
servative patterns, too -styles
that are unusually popular for
formal wear.
Select that new tie today-and
be sure it is a Cheney Cravat.

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phomiore Engineers Meet Today
meeting of the sophomore engi-!
ing class'will be held at 10 o'clock,
y in room 348, Engineering build- .
At this time all outstanding dues i
'be collected, and reports of the
a.1 and athletiq committees will. bel
n. Student councilmen will be al-
lected at this time.,

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