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PAGE EIGHT

THE, MICHIGAN DAILY

S.:1TITRDAY, FEBRIT.F RY 10, 1923

PAGE EIGHT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

EASI INCIODEDIN
1824 OPEDA 1IIP
Contracts Signed For New York City,r
Philadelphia, and Buffalo
Theaters
DENBY MAKES HLANS FOR I
WASHINGTON APPEFARANCEl
By IRobert ("a Moriarty
Michigan will send its eigeenccth'
annual opera cast. Buffalo, Now York
City, Philadelphta, and probably
Washington will be on the itinerary

LEADERS JJF GRAND MARCH

Ann .Arbor; HlencFoir0, GracodIRap- I Ite tnDruand;Rose L. Zanaella,
is; Doirothy Mlaiffand, Nes a icee. Norw a.

Booth 51- Wolverne Club
Chaplerons-Mr. cnd Mrs. Richard
J. U'rc tic, lDctroit. Cuist< ~se
G. Austin. Deitroil; -l. 1R0we'a C-cr oc,
Detroit ; Murcil It. IFox, Ccentifloiabe
Betty 1f. IHarrelf, Dcliroit;Liocc I.
facoli, SI cc.is ; Oplielco -l. d I tic,
Detroiit ; Alie Kad in-;, MihCian City
Iiif.; liciic Liuttermco.sr, elit;1Ai-
Iee cleoesI, Ann Arbor:;Gils M.
Pieps,:Deroift; Aeis C. I i" i, DI-
tritf; Luccile Sfcultz11Maioc, Ill.; Isa-
belle A. Wala,f Degoif:; Vira.

Di s ;I t
Pa.; Ici
RoiseTIll
A. -Alcii

tc Is at thc-losp arc Ike
nrv . S anders, SI. Icefero.
Vema ci iLee Ccarter, Lake-
a1 cF'. Birl, New Castle,
A. N: ciccciii, Annc Arbo r;
An cii iiIc-fl Dctroit; Mrs. 1.
_,. Jcks on.

Old imliiris c-will rcecill the J-Ifopc
not. -,o lorryca'ii"o cliii a whccle liii
Icssc ltchcAv scsIdin ziiil ; lsircs
Ill cm is lice c-c . cis year. Tough
lic , OdlI iiic c-s.

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for next year's production, Arrangec-
meats have already been made, and:'
contracts for theaters signed in all of
these cities except Washicgton, anid ( JehiiiP. Lieton.Ileii B cli.
there negotiations are well under way. IlMr. Lawtiocn cccilMiss Chiil s wcrechlbais';Ic cf ci, grandccci ccli ccl thi
The Metropolitan Opera house in JuniorHRccFr ciicy eveinci.Lato cisc cccccairmanif the 1Icifi Comicccc-
New York City hcas already been leass- tee. Miiss Childs' hocus is cic Si.LocuisiC
ed, contracts having been signed byj
both the Union officials acid tics cis- !a ni nr R nrnt thiccc estra .sc rri c iadcccayaft-
agers of the opera house. The pro-!U #VflVR rzcccii c ccc ifs11e cance oith11ccyear
duction oci11 play in New York oncc fcc' atcchoricc fter 9 Iio'fclck.
Bee. 18, going there Irons Buffalo - ----- - -lMIT[ ~ -
where it will play on Dec. 17. Tics a IIIULVI 0UIVI -V-- ---
Teek theater in this city has beens _____
leased for that date. Tics troupe wii nicc c c I.oCi Guest At H-OP
be in Buffalo over Sunday and thIcs (otne rotlaeOe
time will be spent in visiting Niagara ngo istcs ostc utIo ~ rm 0 Sae
Falls and other points of interest' to be doceimdaey n h o)abu h iy tce e o iccc',ci', cu zdtirctilon
abou th ciy. tcisl ioiccccilss icidc' tis drtcticiei I I cccifro ccciirs that' d0istccli
The performance in Phsiladelphcia O etyNecb , ic a<crtic e'iliiiiccif idd4J lopigustic-
wilb ie nteAaey of Mu- had cdivided lice l00 tickcets ainmcccc e ticst.Iz h pno n aiso
sic ne Dee ntec. 19.- Contractsz have also huandreds of appllicantsoncc a pro crcci
been signed for this theater which schenme approced by tics Ropicosicii- cnci 'i c cthis is tics lac'gest ro-
le the one the Metropolittan Opera tecf isSsdctconi. 'lcii .l i In if ..ic toitosc' ningc
conmpany uses when playing in 1cicla- ,ihundrecd s were dicscpcintedclin icit c' cl c clI iiiiIIiecciii
delphsia. The thseater in Washington' receivicig tickcets for ticsbccil, ccci tich iiie cic. c c flii.ccct
has not been contracted for, but it commisittee experienced regret at cciv- i fcc cc cc .11 ofcncccioerCnccdoaIcu
arrangements can be made tics opera"icc-' to torn dow n thcoswhiccliicit
will play in that city onc Dec. 20. See-cIcualify fcc tickcels, Althoustgh t iie
rotary of the Navy Edwin Denby, tickets of admiccon wceresntcldcci I
'96L, is niaking arrangenments for tics ucitil after ltce Chcristmacs cclidacys ~ l ~ AL iE TE
capitol appearance, jtics applicaticns cecre cll returnedcto....s
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Ithceic' capplicancts, either acceptecd or re- IC'occitcindfrontc .Pagc Sevcec)
Chicago, Grand Rapids, Toledo, Be- jetted, befocre tics begiccnicig of lice hcci icEcpiApc
troit and Cleveland, and other cities holidays. Cccc'ccadi.cci r -ciyS
in this State cwill be included on the Shortly after returnicig froni tiecs dli icc cc, C. aniedMr0.Cu'rrcS.-
opera itinerary. vacation, ticsgecneral ecmittilee se- lii dnesteraield . oGusts Big-
The opera will start its tour with islcited lbs three oircestros Is playIc;fcrcieicceNocaFil,.
Toledo on Be. 14, and Cleveland on for t achopaicmashipselectiocssan nieY;Tc-cisBi ccc,5calS ~a
Dee. 15. Theaters have already been under tisrarinscpclit.B ii e;HilenicCidiester, Hcinigs; Ru-
obtained in nearly all of these citiesI ney, '24M, witih a viecw to sleclicigiice ese, Iniaa, ciic.; Mildired Bye,
and the process of mapping out the! orchestrawichisccoucld representiteltics i t M;adciy Griffin, Liicc, C.; lDsris
route will be completed as soon asI East, tics South, cnd lice Midcdle West.;CcicctLi cc;leec 'fcad
the foci remaining ones have been I Sufi-commnittee Assisted. igl<znMa.
definitely arranged. Tics ccxl slip ictics pcscres 0
This is the first tims thast a Rich- tics commicit e as ticsaddcitisoa of a
igan production has ever gone as far sab-committee c'ncsisticng ic20do icn- Boh > fi~a e h

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230 drops capacity, wcrites ci touch, has fewer parts and
will outlast evecry other pen. Backed by Rider Service,
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PEN PEPAIRING
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It costsno oriccor fur siledieser-ice

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OF,. tK eS ._ THEATRE
OTHE MICHIIGAN UNION
Speciat A ttraction
J'tatinee and Night
Thursday, Tebruary 15
The
Rachel Sewall
NA-RIONETT E
v ices
Natinee 25c and 35C
Night - 5oc and7C
fox office sale Wednesday, Fik eb.1, 10 A. M.

east as Newv York. Letters from prom-
int alumniutin and about New Yorkc
have been enthusiastic acid promcis-
lug. They all feel sure that tics opera
will be a great success in that city.
CHIMES ISSUES
J-HOP NUMBER'
Chimes, canmpas opinion maonthly,

hers apopintcuedi h'y1.ciscIcn, tI ssist1
this eletic'vecccmittee. Scmcc i' i
cuen seeslater chicsenc forcdccciii cc sci
on tics night of lice icoi, in ditiecs
such saz ticstakinig of tics pictue,
distribsitison oflbselDcaily extraseli.
Tics cwccricof ticsicrogramcc ommuiti-
tee swhose chcairmacnu was Arcvid P.
Baynec, ''21, 5wasc ccxlt;'iveev ciiince
ushleu ticsescc ittcc issueiiicccrccc
invcitatiocns for lice guests. N shccrct

Ch iit
iiEfcucX1 TI:';
Mi-cc--c -II
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f 1.ila,
11,Or l,
Bay

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'lice,
AifsT ;
< ic Pills,
111roft c rz

has published a special comber fcr 'timce folilow-'in tis.,lice procgramcsi c
distribution at tics J-Mop acid at the receiv edI cud isere-isienott I ie -I
houenplarties today. Features oil ticssrseceinig tics Hcop.
issue include on article icy John P. IDecur.aion a 'Inks.
Lawton, '24, cc tics cooneof this1924 1 cc' cf t11cc scic m icportanit. -
J-Ha committee; two articles in that sit decoraioncundceIrcJacobicle
burlesque style dealing cwithc "Good ±rap, '2431', wasccci sftled nil51icc
Behavior at the Mop" by Leo J. Mersh- timecsbiefcci thIiHopf hie cc i -
dorfer, '23, and Thornton W. Sargent, ing let isolice 111c icaiflcccii shccc.
grad., and "Mouse Parties" by Leo J. In racpid succssion lice cock if1tce
Hershdorfer, '23; and tcwo pages oilr finances scmmitee sucder HuncA. dic-
illustrations, Cregor, '24.,ibcoothcs cud reciecuhnucis
Mouse parties may obtain copies of uccicer Stewsart If.Dciycc, '24L, anccI
this number by phoning thisChimest taxis undier Arthcur IK. Hyde, '24.A, iis
business office in the Press building, quickly brought to a cs. liarri C.
Clarik, '24, hsad chsarge ofl all pdublicity'
The detoration colors aren't tics for the lisp.
only colors that come off tomorrow; The deoration of this gymniumocc
morning. 1 began Thucrsday precediniglice Hocp,

Staite St., Ann Arbor

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