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'B'IE MICIGAN DAILY

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Martuy Types of Amateur Ats Entered
For Annual adeville I
Tournament
ll' PERFOIMA CFS TO BE
IEE TO ALL INTERESTED
"Tfoster dramatics at the Uni-
veity, and to develop generally the
dramatic field" is, the purpose of the
Semi-annual Mimes dramatic tourna-
''mnttwhich will he held tomorrow and
Saturday night at the Mimes theater.
No admission is to be charged for
either performance, the expenses. of
the contest this year to be defrayed
by selling ballots with which those
of the audience may vote for their
favorite act. The act receiving the
largest number of votes will be
awarded a silver loving cup.
Any house may enter an. act under
its name, or a man or group of men,
may enter an act independent of fra-
ternal connections. The complete
plan of organization and procedure
was recently made known to the fra
ternities and house clubs through let-
ters.
The acts thus far entered for the
tourney are comedies, tragedies, ,s-
ires, pantomimes, dancing acts, short
plays, and musical numbers. "Every
effrt will be used to make the first
dramatic tournament this year a suc-
cess," said William Kfratz, '24E, ;gener-
al chairman of the affair, yesterday.
Pup peteer Plays
Please Audience
Forgetting, at the time that the mar-
fonettes were senseless wooden dolls
mnipulated by strings, thle audience
present at the afternoon and evening
pe formazes of "Six Puppet Plays" in
Sarah Caswell ;Angell hal yesterday
enjoyed the production even more than
a play composed of actual people.
"Galli, the Prima Donna," a featurel
made especially: for this presentation
of the puppeteers, appeared to be the
favorite of the audience in the even-
ing, as well as the prize of the child-
ren' s performance. 'Next in favor
seemed to be the "Negro Juba Dancer,"
accompanied by "Old Black Joe" .and
his banjo. "The Three Wishes" also
deserves mention for the reality, of
the action as a whole, the clear speak-
ing and clever movements of the sim-
Vpe old' man and his wife who foolish-
ly used their wishes for a blackberry
pudding. "The Dutch Dancers," and
"The Fairy Tina" won the audience
with their natural grace and the two
acts "On the Road to Bombay," and
i"n t? l . E-and re ;ion"l -Wer x-
eedingly- well' done.
A tableux, representing the spirit of
the association was presented before
the evening performance by the Uni-
versity Y. W. C. A. The spirit of the
i, association holding the two hemis-
spheres in her hand watched the girls
representing all the countries in the
!world pass before her. Miss Mary
Ross, secretary of the university Y.
W. C. A., sang the association song,
"Follow the Gleam," during the tab-
*eux.
The presentation of the "Six Pup-'
het Plays" yesterday was under the1
auspices of the University Y. W. C. A.I
.and was a feature of their financial'
Jampaign which opened yesterday and
will continue through the remainder
bf the week. A new series of plays
ywill be presented by the Puppeteers
on Thanksgiving day. This will also
Aye under the auspices of the Y. W.
C. A. V.M.
FOREIGN STUDENTS
TfO HEAR ADDRESS

Po.Zsp MH deioftepl4tical 'science department, who has
been absent from the University on an
exchange with the 'Universty, of the
'Philippines for the past year, will
'speak at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow night{
In room 110, Library, before foreign
students on the campus. His subject
-will be "My Experiences and Ohserva-.
tions in the Orient."
This is the first of a series of talks
by men on., the camp-us and from other
universities on subjects of Internation-'
al interest, planned by the Cosmiopoli-
tan club under the direction of W. L~.{
Hau, grad.
Questions and discussion from those
present of his sub.Ject '6ll fallow
Prof essor Hayden's talk tomorro~w
night.

R ecovery From Disturbances fpaaity
Tests'Reef Services fRed
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ORiENT-OCCIDENT
4A round table for the (Iiscussiwlof;0
the contrasted civilizations o thue
IOrient and the Occident has been or-
ganized by> a group of Japanese and
American students. The first mneetin ;
.:..}will be held in the parlors of the Con-
gregational church at 6:45 o'clock to-
morrow.n
"y ~The topics for discussion at tins:j
imeeting will be:, "Domestic Customs
in the East and West"; "Homne Life";
and "B30y and Girl Friendships." The
-contrasting phases of each custom as
observed by the Orientals and Occi-
dlentals will be stressed.a
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CANDIIES

RecadTh'e Daily"Cassified" Grumn

Freshmen who wish to tryout Tor
the Freshmen Glee club and blav'eziot
done so already will be givon :are-
other opportunity to sec I..:.,~; a;.
director of the club, at 4:1.5
tomorrow in room 348 of the' Union.
A-bout 25 men have already bCezn ph~--
ed for men bership as a result of 41.
first tryouts but any men Nvho havo.
'ad any experience are asked to ~
the director at this time.
Daily classified for real resniRts.

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(,1l INT4NATI1QNAL NEWS REEL
The recent- Japense disaster has caused the Ried Cross of all countries to face one of the greatest tests of
its power in offering. relief that, has ever come about. Ships were dispatched from surrounding ports within a
few days after the' disaster carrying food and, relief mreasures to the suffering natives. Since that time the work
has been carried on in connection with the reconstruction work that isi taking place in Japan.
Classes To Give
SeriesOf Plays
Under the direction of Prof.'RR. D.
Hollste ofthepublic speaking de--*
partment, the play presentation, play
production, and interpretive reading 1
classes will present a series of plays - ---IS-.
contained in five programs which are
to cover the remainder of this semes-"T '
ter. Aa0 UAR PLAC
The programs are to consist as fol-
lows: Three one act plays will be a
~given Nov. 8. These are to includea
"Modesty," by Paul Hervieu, "Toler's4 607 CHURCH STREET UJpstairs
Wif e," by Cosmo Hamilton, and "The ;Lokd C et"b J hn M sf l .
Nov. 13, Prof. T. C. Trueblood wAivl de-
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cie," by Kaufman and Conn'ely,'. Jan. - -
11 a miscellaneous program will bej ;V-
given under the supervision of ;the in-( T 1 '-1
terpretive reading class. Closing thiey O N V' ~ -
series, a three act play, "Beyond the -d Uh ~ ~ h.,-
Horizon," by Eugene O'Neil wilbe I11;- -<- C LD#111111 -.
performed. --- ±dHV
~These plays are to be given wi4th the :' I -uu
piaypurpose -of creatin -ani oppor - - JtI
' tunity of finding out those tal'ented in
this line and an opportunity to develop A r a-
this talent. "~ Tickets for tine series are I--,-* - ;-?
iaalbenow at W<ahr's bcok stoore,I; f ;--- ----- :
GoodearDrug -company and trom c :, OF
members of these classes. The srum i - .f--f
't hat is to be charged is $1., - - a-HO
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