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January 12, 1923 - Image 3

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_____ _____ _____ _ Th~ MICHIGAN DAILJY_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

IMPERSONTOR WILL BlltE
EIE~OSTM NW)RS. VERA BARBOU R TO GIVE
TAKE OFF ON N ARGOT
ASQUITH
Among the interpretive impersona4
tions to be given by Mrs. Vera Par-
hour at 8 o'clock tomor~row night in.
the Pattengill auditorium will be z
"take off" on Margot Asquith.
Mrs. IBarbour, .of Oxford., Englandf,
has gained considerable fame through
her' original monologues which were'
first presented at the Little Theater ii
Ypsilanti. Since that tinge she lha~p
entertained audiences in Detroit anC;~
Marion, Ohio.
Alumnae house' has arranged for'
Mrs. Barbour's appearance here ails'
the' p~roceeds froln the entertainment
will go toward the fund for the Uni ,
versity of Michigan Leaguie. -
Tickets may be obtained at Alumnae
house or at Graham's or :Wahr's bookj
stores. Admission-Will he fifty'cetnts.

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S ool Of Thread E"A Tew il~Wthout a TLo hi
the (dubious title acquirad byA!Mehr-
Pays L+'pr Rentfi stert, a place of 400 inhabNitani t-
uated in Trhuringla. Up to recenitly,

On or more organizations fernces on the proposed Armour-
r IN Secretary MVellon notfi d the Ser.- Morris packfers consolidation, and oth-
_ 7 ate ho wnas opposed to increasing the er phases of the packing industry.
y;7 SI-IIA GTOZ! f erso'nn: l of the American debt comn-
_______________________________ _. m .issi .nto permit the naming of trf
Democrats as members,the
- "n;d nt warding ordered the imi.

J~ut4s t .qstr

Berlin, Jani. 11-(By A1.P.)--What to
dlo whlen the roent came around 1puzz1--

' Melrstedt boasted at es h ~a
central poll station, but one dy th
?nail-carrier cane along a,)d ofliejally

eel the tenant of a seven-room l llo'{I carriedl off it ; ,idle pan.Nn:
at Celie, WE'i'tlphalia, whien 1he 'a of the :' sidents fE'els l' cn t! T1
short. of mnoney, until he hiappenvd to hluuyoacneto, Hno
thinlicof Several spool:; of s(ev r." hnave to wait for the 111111 lt
machine thlrrad left oon hand I IIIm kn~ow "hlow the dollar st .tfliM'
Ilr(;has...e.s 1ade l)(",tl'C the 'War. ___
''ThE tenant p yS Zvi) marks annal- f li'Ii:% E21IiI, '--1, Ple Vul
ly for the house and the tl il- 'S Wordi'tleas boen reived lie o 1T°he~
rent amounted to 225. His offer to appkointmeni. of I. .Cunninghamlt,
pay the landlord, with one spool of! 212 a6 coun~sel for the Poli'e etradde ccpet,1tnnpar1 f7:cliit'lt1e1 1' -,t19
receivingy 10 mark s cash i71 ('Xcha1fl o etlW lreOt.Cniga J
since this thread now sells tor 23hb Clrcinglwi'~eofc fA
marks a spool. Before thee war, the 8 .buersj h gauto'irn
spools 'cost WhIm30 pfennigf; each. t~lnvriy
A. federated ,law limits the ta ayburagdto-rnt i11acs wyl7. -ro .

VA ~vviiwidiwal of air American

F. Edson White, presidentf of Al' '

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the a iLC illeI.

m Your.aid Co., began a serie of can-

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-;~. :;' cCII her, lRepublican,1
>:r~iakota, (declared in the Sen-
.~ O Otat ha rui's mned co-operation or-,
air on, need morne credits.
-e1l of Roland Boyden, unofficial
Amrii representative on the Anmer-f
~c'~'n;eparais sCommission. was de-
'nl by Senator Reed, lDemo-
!l;u_?is~ion to states of the child la-
brconstitutional amendment was,
urg;ed at a; Senate hearing by a dele-
gaticn of women representing a doh-

DEAR ZD
I haven't read The Lbor
News but Don Johnsped
the scandal in "Mluch .Ado.",
Yes, our heavy-weight cheer
leader will play Dogberry,
one of Shakespeare's greatest
fools. T3. Mall, Jan. 18th.

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JA~1ES OLIVER VU1~WOOD

Follows the dollar rate of exchiange.

DAILY ~ra~i~ied. CaU %O.-Adv.

NEWSt

COMEDY ; ,

Mortarboard inember~s will -meet at
12:10 o'clock today' at Dey's studio,
Chaperones for the dances this .week,
end are as follows: "Union, Friday-.
Mrs. H. G. Berer ;Satufrda~y -Mrls.
Yates Adamis; Armory, Friday-Mrs.
E G. Heartt; Saturday -- Mrs. 1M1.
Cake.
Dorothy Wylie will be in, Neva .Love-
well's office In Barbour gymnasium
fromt 3:30,1o 5 o'elock Today to, re-,,
eeive payments -for leaguer member-;
shin4s. Reminders have .been sent
out for the December and January
pleclge..
There will he ,a dance far members
of the P-obart ;guild and their guestsJ
tonight at Harris hall. Those withing
guiest cards are requested. to apply .
at Harris hall before 8:30 o'clock this
evening.
Meimbers of the' Women's league are
asked to be planning their costumes
for the fancy dress party to be held
Saturday evening, JTan. 20, in Barbour
gymnasium. Fines will; be -imposed
uapon those members not appearing in
costume.
All women who- have written ly- {
rics for the Junior Girls" play are,
requested to submit them- to Dorothry
' Jeffries tomorrow./
SpecitatosVe
Leap Year Scene,'
Putting on a leap year stunt is not
among the events scheduled fpr they
year 1923, but icy sidewalks. andi a.
slight incline succeeded in tricking a
young woman into such a scene this
week. Walking carefully along in or--
der that she might avoid -a fall, sud-
denly she felt herself slipping.. She
grabbed desperately in the air, and r
was gratified to feel something. solid.!l
Cazing tip,- she~ found, miuch to lher ,
embarrasmient, that she was kneeling
att the feet of a 'tall young man,
clutching his coat with both liands.
a "I really 'didn't 'mean to propose",
she mnurmured as she wan helped. t'-f
her feet, To this she received the re j
ply, "Aw, shoot,' that's t~fe kind o~f
Bil:kI always have!" z'!4-
Correection i
It was erroneously' stated in the:
list of Phi Sigma initiates in yester,
dlay's Daily that Norman Cameron iq'.
a member -of the sophomore literary'~
class. Cameron is a senior, in 'the lit-
erary college.f

Brig'. (ren. Sir Gr'Ilbert Falkiiighuui
Clayton
Sir 0-illei't Cayton, who is to su-
teed Sir Wypdhamn Deedes as chief
se,(,retary of th~e Palestine government,
is expected to assume his neW duties
about . IRasb~r.'s He 'has' been British
adviser to the mimistr'v ofthe interior
of Egypt since 1909 and was chief
political officer of the Egyptian mil-
itary force during the ivar.

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Fl-RIDAY - SATURDAY

Irene

Ca;N.tie

Y.he irmcmarable, in a series
tfLau.ful dances, displaying
E.r Yrots pwns,--::nd just her

AT TUE THEATERS

Screen-Today

Arcade -"hick In," a George
Fitzmaurice production, star-
ring, Betty C ompson, lBert Ly-
tell and May Murray ;comedy
and news- feature.
Majestiot-Viola Dana in "Love in
~the Dark;". Lee Kids comedy;
and news.
Orpheum-"Isob~el," a Jamey 011-
ver.Curwood' story and; com-
edy.
Wuerth--Irene Gutle in "Slim
Shoulders;" comedy and news.

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SjNUB POLLARD

Irene Castle, -.s Nao-i Wa.r-
ren, is seeu: in the, b '&'Lrole ofd
her public career. It is a role
that int -cluces her in a dozen
r~e mov n ods, scores of cnch, nt-
Ing gowns and enxvi c 9herti
Sol-e of the xcs Uu.,.17R--!-
tioas ever see^n on the' o;~,

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PATH E NES

SUNDAY

COMING
LON CHAE
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"SHADOWS"

"ROBIN HOOD"

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j Garrick' (Detroit) ' San Carlo
j G(and Opera company.
Shubert -' Michigan (Detroit) - j
Boustelle company °'in "NiceI
People," j
If yo3u ha've, somet hingloat. found
f or sale, for rent.,'misplacedt or stolen.
vmake sure that it is so withi a DAILY
classified. .Call 960.- -Adv.
I Ve4'x J 1or 1114. leliier
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VIVACIOUS

TODAY AND SATURDAY
PRE~SENTS

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