OT1HE MICHI1CAN DAILY
Wht Will TheR
"What will: become of the rhetoric
department when its Little Grey Home
in West hall shall have been: wiped
soff the face of the campus"?
Some of the more pessimistic. of
the campuis critics venture to prophe-
sy-that when the 'rhetoricians have
lost the home which has housed themy
fwith such fidelity for so magy years
tthey will all with one accord tender
their resignations to the Board of Re-
gents. Only the- campus radicals
have this extreme view, however, and
* conservatives 'forecast that the rhet-
Vic faculty will continue to serv'
the University as soon as they can
Wove their books and pencils to the
~bsement of the new 'ield house.
SIt is only among the newer stdents
thA:.at this opnion has any great nub-
Th1 e Stag
' A hilarious juilee of fun and gaiety
,rhi promised at te Whitney theatre on'
Sunday ' as the Messrs Shubert are
'eding America's foremost <omd-
ug~s, McIntyre and Heath, In a new
". usical comedy called "Red epper".
SThe locale of the piece starts on the
Havana race track, with a horse nam-
. "Red Pepper" entered in the clas-
~c of the day. The adventures of the
~~ted colored gentlemen start with!ercwih ssi ob
Ahe ace whch i sad t beone of
e inost realistic bits of stagecraft
f eer attempted. Real horses finish in
lview of-the audience with all of
)te vim and dash of a Belmont park
The purpose of laying the scenes
~#nthe ,romantic atmosphere of Ha-
~~na, was to permit of spectacular
}. stumes. It was conceded by Met-
prpolitan newspaper writers duringx
'1Ie New York engagement that the t
Mclntyre and Heath production was,
" ~ r superior to any similar attration .
= laying Broadway.
~ORTIA LITERARY SOCIETY
DEBAJFES ON UNIFORM LAWr
S"Resolved that uniform marriagea
Yiad divorce laws should be enacted
'y the federal governmet", Was the
1bject of a debate which was given
se e a fth e b r o h oa Literary society , at the regular'
xeeting of that organization which
* as held Thursday evening in Mason'
, . ll. The affirmative team, onsist-'
~tg of Ruth Rost, '25, Mavs Warner,.
:''pec., and Marian Woodmandsee, '23,
a~vn the pargument, although they met
a atrong, negative 'team which I
was represented by Vera feaaga. I'
';4 Virginia Tanner, 124, and Lydiaj
-43Mrd, '24. ' J'
Immediately after the debate, Cor-!
y o i ,h p edg v rtcs rp r oncerning the affair.. the society
Will meet next Thursday evening and.'
as this will be the last eting before
=Christmas, all members are urged to
stHall Leaves Us?
ber of' followers. Those, who havet
'known Michigan for a longelr period,
and are familiar with the vast body of
tradition which' forms her unwritten ,
:constitution, predict with some cer-
tainty; that next year's freshmen will
be taught the laws of the paragraph!
from the roof of the Medical build-!
Chaperones for the dances tonight 6"
are as follows: Union-Mrs. _ E. (.
Heartt; Armory-Mrs. M. E. Cake.
December. pledges for life member-
ship in' the Women's leaguie are now
dlue. They mray be paid today ;at
Orpheum -- "Soule
presented by the
W uerth --- Harold
of Fortune," with
De La Motte.
AT THlE THEATERS
Arcade-"--"Brawn of the North,"
featuring Strongheart, the
wonder (log ;comedy and 4news.
Majestic-Shirlay Mason in her
latest comedy, "Youth Must
I-ave Love;"f and news fea-
I I in charge of these arrangements to Tuesday of next week. Boxes will be!
I ERNIJILS IDreur heAimditUy placed about the campus in which!
rsson sthimecdi ae eceive contributions of nmoney may be placed
AssoRstecrd r eevdby U all who wvishi to do so.
i 1,Jtelling how many children theorgan -__ __
20 ED fh.DE~ization will be able to take care of, Got somettlng for sale', A ~a
reuncards will be sent by the as- cla sifie 1 ad will sell it for you-Adv.
Fraternities, sororities, house clubs'sociation bearing the names of the_____________________
and eage huseswhohav been children that the oranization has
I I nd hosesbeen alloted together with their 'ad-'
sen cad sigfrifraina rse.adternes oL ilLanMr ail
to the number of children that they Students who are not affiliated with'j In a Fev
Iwill entertain and provide for next one of the groups that will contributePR AT LSSN
week are requested by the committee 'in this way will be given an opportun- PRE ' D SUDO
i of the Student Christian association ity to contribute on Monday and I HLIYSDIC S
LAST TIMES TODAY
H 6 -in
IDRAMA TO GASP AT !
? e IA TRRIFIC STORY OF A MOTHIER'S LOVE AND A DOG'S IDEVO-
'.PION FAMIIE-LAND DRAM1A AS 'NEVER SHOWN BEFORE!
With Irene Rich and Lee Shumway.
i b IN ADDITION A GOO) COMEDY AND NEWS'
I_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _
Parch me nt
.catPur ' vmnsui ri. evtrai pledge~s
have been carried over from last year.I
the committee requests that these be
paid before Christmas vacation,
Women cof the University Who intend
to be in Ann Arbor during the Christ-
mnas: vacation are asked to sign up I
within. the next, few days at the Wo-
n men's league booth in University hall'
or at the office of Dean Jean Hamil-
ton in' order that they may be reached
by the Dean's, office and invited to1
'take part in the activities of Christmas,
vacation. Blue books for signing upI1
will he placed at the league booth in
University hall and in the,"dean's. of-
,"MEM1BERS OF MASQUES TO
'.VfPVfl~3 AYThrm'Inrncn Am I WV..4,}
Stage -Tis IWeek
Whitney. - Michigan Union Op-
era, "In and Out," m~atinee and
Garri ck (Detroit)---Pauline Fred-
erick i "The Guilty One," an
A. H. Woods production.
Shubert - Michigan (Detroit) -
Bonstelle company in "East
Whitney - Mclntrye and H-eath
in "Red Pepper."
COMPLETE STOCK OF THE
MADE UP PARCHMENT
,SPECIAL AT $,0
r _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ i'_
AA XI ' L.LJJ11i .1 ,1U'1iiS AT'
Applicants for membership in
Masques, ,women's dramatic organiza-
tion, Will be entertained from 4:30 to
5:30 o'clock next Tuesday afternoon
in the. parlors of Barbour gymnasium.
At that tme the present members of
the club will give an informal tea and
dance in girder to meet those desiringj
Immediately preceding this partyi a
regular meeting of the club will be
held atl which a report on the out-
come of "The Knight 'of The Burning
PeTstle", the last production of the
organization, will be givan.
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A ; dance daring even for
It was to be her last dance before the fasci-
nated eyes of a New York audience.
She was going to marry, and be safe for all
time from Broadway, and the sort of men who
haunt jt---so ehW._. -u,, t.
Acclaied by Press and -Critic to be Miss Murray's most
elaborate presentation without exception.
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