TiHE MICHIGAN DAILY WDE~~
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or days and that. the progressive seiz-
ure of the Fuhr can only be stopped
by Germany comning to terms.
(By Associated Press)
Zoological C(1u1 Seets Tomorrow
(Continue d from ' Page ne)
brief xzention. At the University
there is no auditolgin really fitted .
for "dramtic performances either ama.-
teur or professional. ,- }
Operating, Uots Big Feature ,
Thke atual plans for the inriorft
have been worked out in some eti ..a.
'ky the members of the commnittees.
T~o audltoriums are desred within';, r
ths building, one to be large enouigh y>
to seat an audience of 1,200 to 1.500, . :.:
ad( the other, for snmaller produc-f.
tions,, having room for 500. It is
the .idea of the' coma~ittee to utilize;t
thle, larvoer auditorium for such pays
as the Union opere, -nnual plays of,
the Comedy club end Masques, and
thae like, whrile the. "little' theater" t
could'be used for trial performancesi
or. plays written by ptudents andc
faculty, and -for short one act, pro-
ductions by various organizations.
t'Thie building will also be provided I A. jcu Pne
with adequate . wardrobe facilities,!Pnepaitat ~il
dressing rooms, foyers, storage 1'Mr Jwcnnes3, itelgri addpreoniithe
.roosigfor irehearsals, and offices. in eCowneraof te ;rndloiparieoisthin
the mnain theater will be one bla-jCnevtie Ntoaeo as si
conty, withr neither boes nor gler- New York t oen an artistic brau
ics.; The orchestra pit will have fo the purpose of 'finding latent talent
space for 50 brees. Concealed light- and nresenting; it to the puiblt'.
lug will be used. Here the stage open-
ing will be between 40 sand 50 f* t V ZSj a
According t.) Professor Neson oneE.. -
of the cief functions of the theater
will lie in its supporting and opes--,esrs
ing units. Costumres will be largely (lalssociated resl.RieMss,.an s)-- na
designed and executed within thesttentoathFllRvr o-
t eater shot). There wi be a cos- tnMnfcuesascaindclr
'tuinqe library, with facilities for orig- tMaactrersaasof atintd elar-ie
inal design. Ample opportunity wil dta ean fteuie etl
1 ~workrs for an advance of 29 per-
be ffeed or xpeimetaton n cg-cent in wages could not be wet under
turning and adeomtte costume storage present conditions. The statement
room will be provided,
Every, Facility rovided -ii the manufacturers would close
"Fro tl~proprty ork illeir mills if compelled to do so by'
probably be derived one of the zreat- "-e refusal of operatives to work'
est benefits of the Unversity- the.-herl .tan make an inrese at this
ter," said Professor Nelson. "The de' me f
sirir ,, n RV ng of ;ropertes offer -r
#men an inter'estinmg field of sta_ecraft Kansas City, M--; Jan. 9--l.Mont
akiln to that aff orded the women in 'Ily, governor of Porto Rico, had
th e costume department. Properties i wao ribs broken in a motor car aci-
should be made ino our own srop) lent here Saturday, and is now cnfn-
wherever ipossible"I ed to his room in a local hotel, it was
°Dnavhng and ' sketching facilities learned late today. The governor is I!
will also be provided. There will be1 expected to be out of bed within a
both a carpenter and a paint shop. wek.
In the bnasement a large space will Governor Roily's car, occupied by!
be devoted to the storing of proper-' i° imself and chafieur, was
ties. A paint bridge will be provided struck by another car.
and the scenery for nmany of the po-
ductions will be entirely executed Washington, Jan. 9. w- The Senate
from within the playhouse today passed a bill to pay Gertrud
- 'he lhuldins 'as now planned will Lustig, an army nurse, the salary '
tbe constructedf so as to consist of withheld from her while she was fac-?
four -complete and separate units inug charges during the war of being
wheif finished. in. the first of these a German spy. The Senate acted in
will be the :administrative, offices,! an effort to make amends after hear-
parlors, chorus dressing rooms for' ing a plea for justice inr her behalf
men, rehearsing hails, makeup rooms by Chairman Wadsworth of the mit-'
and a large outer colonad. The sec- tary affairs committee. The bill
ond unit 44s the main theater. In this which had the indorsement of tie War
will also be dressing rooms for mem- department,. as sent to the House.
biers of the cast.
Each DiTvision l earate Washington, Jan. 9. -- The 1*11se in,
Unit C will contain the cotume ~peach.-cit proceedings possesses
wardro~be, property, room,. women's the power hld by courts to compel
dressing roonms, rehearsal rooms, end 111c attention and testimony of wit-
the office of the stage 'director. The Ic'^rses Representaive Sumner, Demo-!
snmaller theater will be *in the fourth r" a Txadcaedtdyinarpr
wheleingthIn frote ud ning tiel il d ith the judiciary committee in
whol lenth f th buldin, wll ho e Kllar-Daugherty controversy.
a .large foyer. T, usin a ee ensts
The purpose of .this imit systen;, a-< usinha ee enstl
cording to Professor Nelson, is to E ti in this country,.that Mr. Sumner,
n-lv'e use of one part of the buildng a'~Eddd that evasion in this case ~ ~;
without disturbing the others. Each -nl probably establsh a. precedent .
dlivision ftay be locked apart from the '4'uture guidance. it will come be-
othrs nd ay e eatd ai o~'-. ore -the committee tomorrow at its
ter seard m hatelyll. c' V n,: ig to formulate a report on the
I xactly 'hen the campus thater i ii'eaclments charges made againstI
will becomenfa reality is at present -+ florney General Daugherty by Rep-
a matteF of conjecture. I~ei~ns . re renative Kellar, of Minnesota.
being drawn by the University a rch-
tect now, and will be submitted to the Wre o atlGL rm
commrittea, which is confident tht'Prtions with attacks of la grippe
funds will be found to enale them crcespeCcialy warned by city health
I AI aIN tFuauI an 4 41 Is
IU IIs H,!1 i6 L It j j !Berlin, Jan. 9.-._I1n a manifesto is-
sued today, President Ebert, e'xhort ed
(Con~iiucd romPage(hl) Ithe inhabiitants of the Rulir alley to
(Coninue frm Pae ~remain calm "despite the continuation
The rc adincs.-, however, 1 l)proof fFec njrheadfoc' hc
hat thw French have sct the~r ir d.- constitutes a breach of the Versaille.
vance for 1 ednesday miornn; there treaty, committed against a disarmne,!
'iiay be a delay until Thursday, sc and (defenseless niat on."'
that precmier Polneafirecanrivelayiarii. Att~aee thomit«<rn:^
ameant the news while it is -till fr o h. 1~ l oic ffrewhc a c
lated treaties and trampled tile righits3
andl there are some who think that of hum~ianity now tlie'atens the peace
the premier May wait until he has in- of the economic world," 'sai'd the roan-
formed the chamber of lhis plans sc ifesto,. "Thie execution of the peace
"hat parlianient may by a vote of eon- treaty, tha s becomes ,.n absolute imi.
fidence be resp~onsible for the order possibility and at the same time the
to Poch's men---"take Essen"! 'living conditlons of the suffering (cr".
'WIhatever (late is fixed thiere 1s4 no Iman inations are (disorg'anizedl.
longer any vague uji('asiness that thi "GxermIany was ready to fulfill .rall
United States or Gireat Britain may the obligain within her power. She
stop) the advaince by a p~rotest for the' 1has now been attackced without beingp
F'rench government andlpeople alike givc n a hearing. We lay this act of'
consider it quite settled that Essen force before the forunm of Europe .aid
will bie occupied in a, natt(er of hours the entire world."'
Members oi the Zoological Journal
club of the University, .will hold a
1regular meeting at 7:20 o'clock Thurs-
lay evening in room ;Z-231 of the
Zoological laboratory. A. E. Price. of
thle zoology department, will discuss
"Kopec-Mutual Relationship in the Do-
veiopnment of the BrIain andI Eyes of
Lepidoptera," and A. 11. lH-ersht, of the
zoology department, will - speak on
"The Effect of Temperature Upon the
H-terozygotes in the Bar Series of.
Fresh Sh ipm-ent .of
Ayres & Smith'
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We ha nd/cle E. urnhamn
and .)"larin.ello C(srnqgics
New Tuxedos for rental purposes.
Wild and Companry.--Adv.
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2:00 AND 3:30
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Il D ! 1';111; . .O.A. ) l8:15
LAST TIME TODAY
rlelene Chadwick as Mdrs. Craddock
who Would have. bologht the City
li,311 on) convenie)nt ipayments
FILENE Ul 6DWIK
Sp ring ilmiery
Stunning shapes of taffeta,
hair cloth, faille, strawr and
ribbon for dress and sports
wecar. First breath of spring!
Irene Castle in her best ef-
fort on the screen, in a series
of dances, wonderful gowns
and thrilling adventures.
HODKIN SON '
lzita1es'KJ-iaris - tth n(irtsiczract
124 SOUTH MAIN
PERFOlMACES STrARTi AT 2:00 --- 3.-3 7:00 AN1 s8:30
IFallow IBOI or1 e of I' 01 la t MI1I Prodthi ou
to realize their plans.
P10t111ARJjy op WE SP()RTS
QR1EATER WITH COLD WFATIILR
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open for1 student use this w\~inter. This
is one of the largest skating rinks in
'the state and besides becing , for pil-
lic skating is also fitted for 'hock,--'
gamens and ice carnivals. Specildriate
season tickets are being sold tor-tcat--
ing here. Rundreds are using the ice'
hero every day and more are report-
ed coming every dy as the cold wea-
Generally speaking the sudden
growth of winter sports might h
parallel to the phenomenal Leap t?;-
basketball hlas made in the Un ivker-
sity in the last five year;. Thes!e i -.
terests might be idIlcative tha.t
Michigan, as opposed to thtoaa
clim, does have a' regard for othle-
sports besides football, and,' that,
real enthutsiasmn. ,
To Let, Field House Cota lo
The contract for the complet'ion a''
the new Ferry Field clubhouse 1,wil'
probably belet at a' meeting of th.
Board in Control of Athletics when
it meets at noon Saturday in the iUn-
ion. At the same tiale the swinuine
5chedule and other subjects ill be
l)rought up for discussion.
comnissioner J. A. Wessinger to in-
- -stigate- their illness as there are a
few cases of smnall-pox iimtime city and
curroundig territory amid the sym p-
toms are thme same for the two diseaus-
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You'll love the rich society g'ir'l Nho
Iiehp3 a. Crook fight for his soul.
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