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TFIE ;NITCHICAN DAILY

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University of Michigan League

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25~ Days Until Christmas Vaccition
Filled By Holiday Social Rush

'With Christmas vacation only 26,
:-4aa away, the shadows of the holi-
aY seasou are becoming perceptible
' Tgpd the "Christmas rush" is on,. Al-
thfh the weather is not such as
w'ould instill the holiday spirit into the
hearts of 'weary students, other indi-.
Scations. are not lacking., Placards
anxd advertisements screaml out warn-
'ings that every wise person "does
*his 'Christmas shopping early." "
Because of the fact that students
are, usually late in getting hdme at
Christmas time and as there are uts-
ually, numerous things to be done atI
the last minute, the Women's league
conceived the idea last year to give
ar bazaar the week before the holiday"
vacation. At this affair gifts of all*
kinds and for all members of the fam-
fly. are offered for sale at nominal
prices and students are afforded, the
opportunity to "do their Christmas
s hopping early." The bazaar this
yea~r Will be held in Barbour gymnnas-
ium on Dec. 8 and 9. The proceeds
' Women 'Scorned In.
Euripides' Medea
Mi$, Dorothea SpinnxeY, an English'
readler of Greek drama, will give a
,rcpital Tuesday evening, No-' . 28, in
Sa*rah Caswell Angell hall. She will.
r ead Gilbert Murray's translation o.'
".The Medea" of Euripides. The recit-
al will be given under the auspices 'of
the,. merican Association of Univer.
,Miis Spinney's first experience in
lie, 'rama was being taken to see the.
, haksperean, plays acted at 'Strat-
ford-on-Avon. From -that time or.
.,she bad a desire to travel. about tho
world giving the greatest drama ever
r written. She decided that, should she
lack the properties, she would makce
thni ' seem to be present. Miss Spin,
ney has accomplished her purpose,
with the aid of Gilbert' Murray's trans-
lation of Euripides.
The 'recitals are given in Greek cos-
tuie, against a background of velvet
curtains, which combine to give the
e t"o "a Greek frieze come to iife."
" hie, Nation says: "A marvellous
voice and speaking hands are largely"
responsible for Miss Spinney's suc.
cess, but beyond these blessings are a
fine intelligence and deep sincerity."
"The. Medea," which Miss Spinney. is
giving by special request, is the story
of a princess who-has been abandon-
ed by Jason; her sentence of banish-
menit, and how she is revenged. A
member of the faculty of the Greer
department calls it, "One of Euripides
greatest ,plays, which has a modern
appeal, setting forth as it does the
story of a woman scorned."
Tickets for the recital are oil sale'
at Wahr's and Graham's bookstores
fr7-cents.-
"The Bright Shawl," by Josephl
Hergesheimer, reviewed in the Sun-
day Magazine Nov. 19.-Adv.
Lost Something? Let a "Daily" class-
if ied ad find it for you.-Aalv.
Micidlgan -Daily and Chimes for $4.50.

from whc will go towardl the new
Women's League building.
Masques' play, "The Knight of the
Burning Pestle" will be staged at
Hill auditorium on Nov. 22. The pro-
duction by Masques of a play has be-
come an annual affair. All of the1
money realized after the expenses
I have been met will go toward "the
league .also.f
The wave of bridge playing which
has; been sweeping the country has at
last hit Ann Arbor and students, both
frivolous and solem~n have been
caught. in its grip. On Tlhursday and
Friday afternoons of this week mem-
hers. of Chi Omega arc entertaining
at a bridge tea for the benefit of 'the
Women's league. Arrangements; have
® at least no Wichigan wlan
® eveor played illiarda, Here
w ONCE.
11 They are all repenters. M
r The more often and rega- *
l* larly yon play, the grealer a
_* your enjoyment.
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trov'e try fa treat you ri jut" U
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been made so that personis not desir--
ing'to participate in the popular sport'
may play other games.
Other functions which will. take.
place before the vacation for the ben-
efit of the league are a (lance which
Kappa Kappa Gamma. is giving at the
Armory on Thanksgiving afternoon
an~i a movie which will be given un-
cier the management of residents of
Ma rtha Cook building. The Ambassa-
d or sex:tette which recently complet-
ed a run at the Majestic theater has
been secured for the Trhanklsgiving
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COMEhfDY
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