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' SL NDAYV, NOVE:hMBE1R 4, 1923

THE MICHIGAN DAIA LY

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PROFESSOR HAYDEN,
ADDRESSES gA.A1 U.W
Gives Im~pres'sionL of Cftaditioiis Of
Fife In Fair
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:360 WOMEIN ATTEND FIRST
MEETING OF ASSOCIATION

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Wife0 f otedthat he was pleased with the work of1
Vioinst to s IMAL ODES ACETE the cast, which has developed consid-
Violnisterable new talent. The cast is also
ainu mn~i~niir fl~Ijenthsiaticover ther play and pros-
Communist Riot'rn ii~~rn ects of the performance which will
... ___________. be as attractive a "The Yellow
1 ~Jacket" and "Tie Knight of the Burn-
Fit KETS Wlg"L BE SOLD ON i ng Pestle", two previous M4asques!
.".:::A:P":":FTER productions which xwere exceedingly
.}.-'....,.,-NV. 10 popular from1 y a literary as Weil as an
____ artistic viewpoint.
I Mail orders f'or "A Thouzsaind Years bi"A Thousand Years Ago" is an Ara-
IAgo" by Percy Mack aye, which will Iba Nights story with Persian set-
be p~resented1 by MVasues Dirama tic so- tings which have been designed by
:.jc iety Nov. 20 in 11i11 auditorium-, xwill Professor Nelson and painted by 0. S.,
now be accepted and filled in order of Davis of Detroit. Both the costume
their receipt. The main order sale of and the property committees for this'
tickts illconinu unil oveberproductioni have organized and begun
" 1 ° 10 when tickets will be sold at vros their work."
placeOs on the cavmruou Professor Nelson went to Chicago
The cast, which includes several Friday to make arrangements for the
" ^= j women 'who have been prominent in m~ore' elaborate conturtes which have
"j:r . a..: ormer Masques productions, has put been specialty designed and will be
J."}v : ::J:in four weeks of intensive daily, pe- made by Fritz Schoultz and company
par' ifen under tie direction of Prof. of Chicago.
S* - . . #IfJ. Raleigh Nelson, of the English doe-

London, Nov. 3.-Dr. Adnan Bey,
Nationalist leader, is expected to be
the first ambiassador from the Turk-
ish republic to Washington, accord-
ing to a dispatch to the Morning Post
from Constantinople.

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Prof. Joseph -R. Hayden of the po-
litical science department, spoke on
his impressions of the far east to
snore than 9100 women at 'the first
meeting.,of the year of the Ann Arbor
branch of the Aftxerican Association
of University women yesterday in the
assembly room of the Union.
Accordinfg to Professor Hayden, the
conditions in China are far from hope-1
leis. "AlthoU h Cinta is constantly
in state of confusion and revolution,"'
said 'Profess'or l yyden, "there are no
evidences of tlis fact in the cities,
where business is carried on in a suc-
cessful m1anner, comparable to the
mnetho~ts of condlucting large concerns
in 'this country. Everywhere lone
comes in contact with evidence of a
political awakexi'ng and'newy efforts to
develop the, vast resources of the
country. 'Pie JChinese are masters
of economic life in the East at pres-
ent.
"The unfortunate enmity on the
pat of the Chinese and Japanese
bodes ill for the future of China, and
kespecially of Japan," he continued.
The victory of the liberals in Japan,
in his opinion, might be the cause of
reconciliation with China, would aid
in gtiaightening, out the relationship<
between Japan and 'the United States,
and would be instrumental in solvingE
many pro'blemns of a similar nature.
Professor Hayden'concluded by giv-I
ing a brief discussion of the resentful
attitude of the Koreans toward the,
Japanese and the measures which the
latter have taken to overcome this.
He also gave a summary of the work
which has been done in the Philip-1
fpines by the United States in the last tl
decade.

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* Dean Jean Hamilton will repeat lec-I
* turd one of the Canopus Activities ser-
ies at 4, o'clock Tuesday in Sarah.
Caswell Angell hall. Al!. freshmen
and entering uppereclass women who
* missed the lecture when it was given
before will kindly report.
Signing out slips for the month of
* October which were due Nov. 1
should be brought to the orthce of the
dean of women immediately.
Women who are planning to take
the .trip to Madison for the Wisconsin
game are requtir~ed to~ register- in the.
office of the deafiiOf womnen at least
*three days; 'c fore the tLain le1(aves. A
cha')nerc ,t e :ue ill hu eh _g t, the
amount delpei-di ng on thli~ nui '"e 'of
women going.
Mummers will mneet at 4. o'clock.
*Tuesday at the P'i Beta, Phi, house,
836 Tappan road. Dues i4l he pay-
,able at this meeting.
* Senior society will meet at 7 :30
o'clock tomorrow niight 'at Martha
* Cook dormitory.
Chemical Society'to' Entert. I
*. Iota Sigma. Pi, national hionoraryI
*society in chiemistry,, has, invitedl its 1
patronesses and twelve guests to a,
meeting which will be hield at 7:15
o'clock, Tuesday, in the library of the
Martha Cook building. Miss Helen "
Tjpdegraff, of the physiological chiem-
istry department, wvill address the so-
ciety, after which there will be a so)-
cial hour.
In mineral. wealth, accordling to her
area, Mexico is reputed to rank first in
i he whole world.

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AT TUE THEATFRS
Screen--Today
Arcade-Agnes Ayers and Jack
Hiolt in "The Marriage Maker"
Majestic -- Elinor Glyn's "Six
Days"
Wuerth- "If Winter Comes"
Orpheunm-"One Exciting Night"
Stage-This Week
Whitney-Saturday - Miss Elsa
Ryan in "The Circus Lady"
Garrick (Detroit) -= "Up She
Goes"

Correct Cloth Frocks
If you are going out to dinner after the game, you'll want to be correctly
gowned. A cloth frock answers the need Warmth and beauty are corn-

bined in these gowns of tricotine, charmeen, poiret twill amid serge.

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bright embroidery color appears in vests, collars and cuffs.
some severely unbelted or draped styles are here in profusion.

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