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FRMDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1996

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CL LSPEAKS BEFORE Newest Cruiser'
Slips Into Water
TELLS OF LEFRANC'S THEORY
OF SHAKESPEAREAN'
PLAYS

I Best Hog Judger
TATE E PSEICE' In U. S. His

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1 Prof. Marcel Clavel of the Romance
language department gave a talk at
the meeting of the Romance Club Wed-
nesday afternoon on "The Latest Dis-
coveries of Abel Lefranc.on,- the
Shakespearean Question".
M. Lefranc published two books in
1919 on this question which enumer-
ated the placies in the Shakespearean
plays that do not coincide with the
actor's life accord'ng to Professor
Clavel. He proved to the satisfaction
of a great many scholars that these
Shakespearean enigmas were due to
the fact that William Stanley, Sixth'

Earl of Derby, was the real author of
the plays. The only thing that he
could not explain in this way was why'
Stanley wrote under Shakespeare's
name' rather than his own,
Very recently M. Lefranc has pub-
lished a third book with the same
title, "Under the Mask of Shakes-
peare", in which he explains away this
Y final difficulty. This explanation de-
pends upon a historical document that
he discovered in Paris. This pamph-
let had come out in England in 1594
and most of the issue had been des-
troyed by the orders of Queen Eliz-
abeth and of Parliament. Manuscript
Scopies had appeared as early as 1592
4 but the records of it drew an entirely
different conclusion from that drawn
by M. Lefranc when he studied it.
This pamphlet was a revolutionary
document written by a Jesuit named,
Robert Parsons with the help of Car-
dinal Allen and advocated a Catholic
successor to Queen Elizabeth. It in-'
cluded the geneology of all the kings,
and princes of England, coming to the
conclusion those with the most right
to candidacy were the Infanta of
Spain and three English noblemen
andis whom were William Stanley
and.┬░his older brother Ferdinand.

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San Francisco, Oct. 18.-Interest of
delegates to the fifth annual conven-
tion of the American legion centers in
the stand to be taken by the organ-)
ization on important public questions.
Confronted with the necessity for
speedy action on actions prepared by1
committees during the last two days,
the delegates today wrestled with re-
commendations and found the har-
monizing of widely divergent views
among the legionaires their most diffi-
cult task.
The Ku Klux Klan issue, which de-
veloped into a deadlock yesterday
with Michigan delegates holding out
for complete repudiation of the organ-
ization, was one of the major ques-
tions confronting the delegates today.;
Likewise the bonus problem, upon
which some of the delegates hold di-
vergent views, loomed forth import-
antly in today's deliberations. A spir-
it of compromise developed in con-
nection with both issues last night.
Officers will be elected Friday.
Dodos Will Hold
Series Of PlaysE
In a recent prospectus drawn up
by the members of the Dodo Club, a
series of four plays were announced.
Each series calls for two or more one-
act plays, or for a single play of
greater length, and each is to run
three nights at the Dodo theatre.
In addition, a "children's entertain-
ment is planned for December 21, and
'will be staged in the afternoon for
the convenience of parents.
Another plan which, is expected to
be a decided improvement in the pro-
duction of plays is the formation of
a stock company. This company is
to consist of from ten to fifteen mem-
bers of the club who like acting and
can spare thetime and who will be
expected to put on one of the plays
in each series.
Cranham, Eng., Oct. 18.-While the
plan to remove the bodies of General
Oglethorpe and his wife to Georgia
has been relinquished, it is intended, if.
agreeable, to make of his birthplace a
shrine for American visitors.

Phone 2652 SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUT
mAuIRVING WAMLTSI).S. V. EAT AT REX'S
!1V~A NO EK CHIROPODIST THlE CLUB LUNCH
C707 N. Uniersty Near State and Packard Streets
Roms fog r veeisitors in Ann ArborI
' during the week end may be obtained'-
by application at the desk in the low-!IiIIIIIIIltEIIlilI iiIIIII lliltilIIW1I[It i
er corridor of the Union between Y
and 6 o'clock today and all tomorrowF IN H T D N
morning. Rooms available for rent- SATURDAY
committee in charge of rooming at the AT
times of big games, and a file allowsi-- P C
them 'to be given out to those who =W ILLITS
,ant them. I
The service is arranged by the Un- Dining Room and Banquet Hall open to the public. You can sit -
ion to accommodate the numerous vis- on easy chairs, cross your feet under linen covered tables, and be
itors and alumni who were unable to served with p'ping hot food in Ann Arbor's finest restaurant for 75c.
obtain accommodations in the Union
building. Rooms for tre Ohio State WILLITS THE CATERER
week end have been gone at the Un- 315 SOUTH STATE STREET PHONE 173
ion since last June.
Not only is the room listed by the Special Sunday Diner-12 to 2-$1.00
committee, but the price that is wish-
ed, a description of the accommoda- ____________________________________________________________________________________________
tions provided, and information of a
similar nature is filed ,with the list.

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L. G. Ergenbright
M. G. Ergenbright, Indiana univer-
sity, won the highest hog judging
score at the national stock show at
Peoria, Ill., recently. His score was
808.5 against a possible perfect score
of 850.

The U. S. S. Marblehead sliding down
the ways in Phladelphia yards
The U. S. S. Marblehead, ,newest
type of United States scout cruiser"
and seven times the size of the aver-
age destroyer, has just been launched
in the Philadelphia yards. Mrs. 'Han-
nah V. Evans, a gold star mother,
sponsored the ship.
Student To Make
Parachute Jump

VELVETINA
COMPLEXION
COMBINATION
produces a perfect makeup.

BOARD
at the
UnIversitY
Restaurant
Just Across the Chemistry
Building
Save Money
Save Time
$4.75 per Week
(No Breakfast)
Good Music
Noon and Evenings

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William Stanley was thus mixed in Robert James, '26E, will make his
a plot against Queen Elizabeth for the first effort at parachute jumping at
pamphlet advised deposing her rath- 11 o'clock, tomorrow morning at :Bar-
er than awaiting her death, or even ton dam. He is endeavoring to'secure
murdering her if it seemed necessary. I a commission' in the army air service,{
.Several men had been thrown into and is required among other tests to
prison by Elizabeth and caution was successfully complete ,four parachute
h necessary, so he took the name of jumps before it can be obtained.
Shakespeare, a contemporary actor. Just at present James is wondering
why the word "su4cessfully" was so'
. specifically emphasized. .Although he
Concert Expected volunteers the information thatl his
To ttrct lankndes seem to lavk their old reliable
To Attract 'M any "dm's""eg det et
Ysteadiness, he refuses. to admit' that
he' wishes he had chosen the dough-
Patrons of the concert to be given boys or some branch of the service
this evening by Mme Amelita Gal I- where he 'could be sure of terra firma.
, Curci, are urged to assist the manage- The chute James is using is a home
;, ment in eliminating as much as pos- made one of binder twine and muslin.
fsible the confusion that will necessar- With the army type of, chute, the Da -
'ily result in the handling of the crowd is, pack, it is possible to get 'into it
'attending the concert. 3and ready for the jump in the plane,
The concert wil begin promptly at 8 whereas with this one it is necessary
t o'clock, and the doors' Will open at to climb out on 'the "wing and from
7:30. Holders of tickets for regular there struggle into the apparatus.
seats are urged to be in' their places With the Davis pack It is posshle to
early. Those having seats on the "spill the air" and guide it to some
stage will enter by the front doors I extent, but this -is impossible' in the
and proceed down the side aisles to the type to be used by James. The only
stage. Stage tickets will not be hon- method of escaping when drifting- to-
ored after '7:50 o'clock. Holders of ward high voltage .wires is to have
standing roonm tickets cannot be giv- the air from the propeller of the plane
2 en positions until fle' minutes of fan the 'chute away, or to cut loose
eighth. Patrons are requested to de- entirely from the, 'chute and let
tach the coupon for this concert from gravity take care of the rest.
their course tickets before presenting The pilot of the Curtis plane which
the ticket at the door. will drop James is J. G. Walsh, form-
passengers at the Thayer street door erly a lientenant in the 2nd Aero
will be given numbers, and will be Squadron at Kelly Field.
called by the doorman after the con-
cert. I'Patronize The Daily Advertisers.

plexion soap 25 cents, massage cream
75 cents, vanishing cream 50 cents.
Powder $1.00. Rouge 50 cents. Make
appointments for free massage. By
phoning Mrs. Moules, 1046-M or call-
ing at 1244 W. Huron.
DEMONSTRATOJIS WANTED

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"HURRY UP MICHIGAN!"
Coach Yost's favorite slogan
. Be Heard With a
MIhgan Mgaphone
Old timer sing Michigan songs with the help of one of those Yellow
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You'll need your
clothes pressed or
cleaned this week
end. If you'll call

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Saturday Luncheon
85cG
CHICKEN PATTY , CRANBERRY JELLY
Choice of
Fruit Whip, Cake, or Pie
Coffee, Tea or Milk
Either Before or After the Game
Bring Your Guests to thr
ARBOR FOUNT AIN
313 SOUTH STATE STREET
Everything served is prepared in our own
kitchen under the supervision of Miss Ruth
Goodlander-formerly of the Hotel Statler.

Men of all ages will be
wearing these big, warm
coats to the Ohio game!
3O 0-X85
Hart Schaffner & ?larx
and other fine makes

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Your clothes will be
cleaner, press will
last longer, will
cost you less money.

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