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1 01 1IU IL IUIIL
JIGS AND DA NCES
Masques Will Present "Thc Knight of
The Burning Pestle"
Nev. 22
PIROU'. J. RALEIG9 l NELSON 11IL1A
hAV E ICHARGE OF PRIODUVTI ION
With the jigs, morris and circs e
dances of the days when "Bonny Bees"
and the Waits of Southwark who sing
the old ballads .of the original play,
"The Knight of The Burning Pestle"
will be given by Masques Wednesday

Wiom en
Gymnasium class work for all wom-
en will be transferred from Palmer field
to Barbour gymnasium beginning on
Monday. Classes which have been ac-
customed to meet at 10:45 o'clock will
meet at 10:15, the 2:45 o'clock classes
will now meet at 2:15, and the 3:45
o'clock classes at 3:15.
All senior and junior women inter-
ested in basketball will meet at 5
o'clock Monday afternoon at Barbour
gymnasium to decide upon hours for
practice. Sophomores and freshmen
will meet at 5 o'clock on Tuesday aft-
ernoon.

hall. There will be a rehearsal of the
entire play including choruses 'and

dances Thursday night and Saturday U I J
morning. 1 o
Money and tickets from the flower FOR AN RSR V4E
show should be turned in tomorrow
to Marian Weller, '23, phone 299-W. VESPE RS WILL BE l E BY A
- 3XEMIER OF NATlONAL
AESTHETIC DANCING ' EPARTME NT
T0 0 B E CONTINUED In celebration of the 15th anniver-1
sary of the National Student depart-I
Aesthetic dancing will be given as a ment of the Y. W. C. A. which takes
course this year by the department of place this week, the University Y. W.
physical education, the success of the C. A. is planning several meetings and
class last year warranting its continu- vespers. Miss Oolooah B3urner of ,ew
ation. The system of dancing w;hich York, who is from this department,
will be used is a combination of the will be the guest of the Y. W. C. A.
bet elements of the artras taught by on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday of
Chalif, Vestov-Serovna, Dalcrose, and this week, and will assist in the ob-
Miss Bennett and Miss Drew. It in- servation of the anniversary.
volves Russian ballet work, eurhyth- Women of the University as a
mic principles, and -the interpretation group will have an opportunity of
of music. hearing Miss Burner. She will alsoj
Classes in dancing will be given at meet during the week with various
4:15, 5:15, and 7:15 o'clock on Mon- small groups. As Miss Burner has
days and Wednesdays in Barbour gym., had a large amount of experience in
nasiun. The ,first meeting of the her department, it is expected by the
classes will be held on Monday, Nov) committee that her tal s will be of
13 for all women interested in the great assistance and interest.
work. Instructions for the costumes, On Thursday evening there will be
which will not exceed two dollars a large vesper service at which Miss
each, will be given at that time. All Brner will speak. Following the
upperclass women who intend to elecP services an informal reception and
the course are requested to have hearth social hour will be held.
and lung examinations and present,; The program of the University Y.
their certificates by Wednesday, Nov. I W. C. A. this year has been to dis-
15. t continue the weekly vesper services,

IY It. I AUAVrq P! ARIA

and in place of them to have occa-
sional vespers. The plan of the com-
mittee is to have at least one large
service a month. The recognition ser-
vice in October gave all women on
the campus an opportunity to meet
together and become acquainted with
the program of the Y. W. C. A. The
program which is to be held Thurs-
day night, Nov. 16, is to be considered
as the Thanksgiving service. Decem-
ber vespers will be in the form of a
Christmas sing.
Ph ii'Sigma To Meet Tuesday
Phi Sigma, junior research societyA
will meet at 7:15 o'clock Tuesday ev-
ening in the zoology laboratory of thei
Natural Science building. This will
be the regular business meeting of the
club, ,and will be followed by a lec-
ture at 8:15 o'clock in the same room.
Prof. W. P. Lombard of the physiol-
ogy department will talk on "The na-
ture of the knee-jerk and its reen-
forement."
Sign your LEAGUE pledge tomor-
row.--Adv.
Michigan Tiv and Chimes for $4.50.
.DR. W. S. MILLS
OSTEOPATHIC PYSICIAN
616 First Nat'l Bk. Bld.
Office Hoursne
9.12; 1:30-5 -1Fl

THE RIGHT

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"THE BEST THERE IS
IN MUSIC"

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night, Nov. 22 in Hill auditorium, un Women who have not paid their Y.
der the direction of Prof.. J. Raleigh W. C. A. pledges which were due Nov.
Nelson, of the English department. 8, may do so on Monday afternoon
This farce, which is the oldest in at the office in Newberry hall.
Fnglish literature, had a notable re- -
vival in London last winter. Ralph Applicants for membership in
Carson, '23L, who saw the play at M e orsign e rstryout
that time said of the production, "It Masques who signed up for tryouts
is a colorful burlesque suggesting tix Ithe Burning Pestle," are requested to
most interesting points of the life ofr
tite tmesin hic itwaswritten." report' at Masques' workshop between
t5lie times in which it was witn
The whole setting is being design- 2 and 5 o'clock tomorrow on the sec-
ed to lend the atmosphere of the old ond floor of Newberry hall. They are
English play house. The scenery will to bring needle, thimble and scissors.
accurately reproduce the interior with
the stage, boxes, and pit of that time, Burning Pestlfoare schedued for to-
as well as including the characteris- morrow as follows: Three o'clock,
tic audience of the Elizabethan days. Act I, scenes 1, 2, Act II, scenes 1, 4.1
The popularity of the play itself 7, Act III, scene 1, Act IV, scenes 1, 4
lies in the great variety of incident 4 o'clock, Act I, scene 3, Act II, scenes
and characters and in the contrast
between the grocer and his wife who 12° 3, 5, 6, Act III, scene 2; 7 .o'clock,
represent the vital realism of the com- Prooue. The sfenoon rehearsals
mons' taste and the over refined con- will be held in HIll auditorium and
ventions of the play to which they the evening rehearsals in Newberry
have come as audience. The Knight Sign your LEAGUE pledge tomor-
is in many respects the English ver- row.-Adv.
sion of the Don Quixote of Spanish .
literature.TH FLWRSO
Last year Masques under Professor TlE FLOWER SHOW
Nelson's direction gave "The Yellow The Michigan State Florists Associ-
Jacket," regarded as one of the art ation makes the following announce-
istic successes of the year, in tho ment concerning the Flower Shovji
same placesand on a similar scale. staged by the Society for the bene-
Now five years of successful reproduc- fit of the Women's League:
tion has given, the club and its direc- All retail florists of Ann Arbor were
tor a popular following large enough officially notified and invited by let-
to support the elaborate production of ter from the secretary's office to par-
"The Khight of The Burning Pestle." ticipated in the exhibit held at.Barb our
--Gvm and were notified by the trade

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SUNDAY DINNER

AT HOTEL LYON
South Lyon, Michigan
16 Miles North on Pontiac Road
SOUP
BISQUE OF OYSTER
C8LERY HEARTS MIXED PICKLES

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SPECIAL BARGAINS,
IN
NEW and USED PIANOS
. "A5e . A.5 A .& un
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ROAST PRIME RIBS OF BEEF AU JUS
ROAST FRESH HAM OF PORK APPLE SAUCF
ROAST YOUNG CHICKEN STUFFED
FRIED SPRING CHICKEN-COUNTRY STYLE
SIRLOIN STEAK A LA MINUTE./

MASHED OR STEAMED POTATOES
ESCALLOPED CORN
LETTUCE AND TOMATO SALAD

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APPLE BUTTER PUDDING
APPLE OR CHERRY PIE

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AT THE THE'ATER S
Screen-Today
Arcade-"On the High Sea," with
Jack Holt and Dorothy Dal-
ton; sport review and comedy,
"Family Affairs."
Majestic - Rudolph Valentino
in "The Young Rajah;" Mer--
maid comedy, "The Steeple
Chase,,,
Omrpheum-"T he Fast Mail)" a
William Fox production; and
comedy.
Wuemth - "Within the Law;"
comedy and news.
Stage-This Week
Whitney (Tonight)-Booth Tark-
ington's "The Intimate Strang-
Garrick (Detroit)-Mrs. Leslie
Cartyr and Sohn Drew in "The
Circle."
Shubert - Michigan (Detroit) -
Bonstelle company in "When
Knighthood Was In Flower."

Uy11 ,I ~ C1V1C Uy 1 1'F
papers to the same effect. Their fail-)
ure to respond was regretted.
This statement is issued for the pur-
pose of correcting any misunderstand-
ing on the part of the public as to the
part played in the Flower Show by
the several local florists.
Signed-
Michigan State Florists Assn.
W. S. Coggan, President.
Henry Smith, Vice President.
Robert Plumb, Secretary.
Henry Goetz, Director.
-Adv4
BUSINESS IN ANN ARBOR
WANTED

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STARTS TODAY

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tarts with a lire and shipwreck at

Sea!

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to unprecedened heik'hts ol ernoCii!
DORNTHS WITH S CIs
DOROTHY DALTON ANDJIC 0W

Will buy entire stock or interest
established :business.

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BOX F. A. C., DAILY
SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUT
EAT AT REX'S
THE CLUB 3LUJNCH
Near State and Packard Streets
DOROTHY B. LOWRY
1 CHIROPRACTOR
606 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg.
3 Hours, 1-6 p.m. Phone 401-
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have had difficulty in
finding a smart dress
at a reasonable price are re-
spectfully invited to examine
some new frocks we have just,
received from New York at
$r,95

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F ACING death in an open boat on the storm-swept -Pa-
cific -- a pampered society belle and two brutal
stokers -
That's the first of the torrent of thrills in this greatest
of all sea romances.
Two famous stars in a drama written especially for them
by one of America's foremost playwrights. An entertain-
ment of breathless appeal; a picture you'll be proud to
tell your friends about.
ADDED
Family Affairs
hONESTLY FUNNY - WITH MANY LAUGHS
ALSO
SPORT REVIEW (AL WXYS GOOD)"ONCE UPON A T "31V

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PRICES

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War Tax ............. 4ic
Tot'al .............~ns
Middies .............lIcO
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Kiddies............l1%c
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