PAGE MUMT THE MICHIGAN DAILY____
WtDNESDAY, NOVEMrER, 7, l q2-
On Thursday evening at eight o'clock
versity Hall the classes in Play Productic
of the following one-act plays:
"Toller's Wife" byv Cosmno Hamilton.
"Modesty" by Paul Hervieu.
"The Lockecl Chest" by John Masefil
This is the first of the series of five
be given by the classes this semester. '
at a nominal cost.
Oratorieal Boird Neetiig's:
The regular meeting of the Board wil
Room 302, Mason Hall.
French 17, College of Literature, Scie nee
I shall be ,unable to meet my class in
November, 8th, at 11 o'clock.
membcr of the Varsity squad until de- j
k sharp in the auditorium of Unt- clared inelegible several weeks ago,
on will give a public presentation played at the full-back position in yes:-
The Freshmen scored their first
touchdown by intercepting a forward
pass and running for the initial score.
id. The second count came after a steady'
programs of plays andi recitals to march down the field through the sub-
rickets for the series may be had stitute Reserve line.
Rt. D. T. Ilollister. _____________________
11l take place today at 5 o'clock inj
and' the Arts..
n French 17 op Thursday morning,~
Johni i..Efinhger. 1ofof
their photographers" receipts must . ''C aracter, 2
do so as soon as possible. The
Michiganensian office is open from2 -
to 5 o'clock every afternoon except ja an
ItE BRS F PER CSTDistinction
RE~~ CEIV IDE PUBLICITY' ew E
Union opera players are apparently2 To en2
yen wide publicity according to re- E2oo en-
orts which occasionally reach the .
asrs of E. Mortimer Shuter, opera di-2
ector, and other men active in the an-
ual production. 2-
For instance, one of the principal -w1.N ewv=
apers of San' Francisco a short time 1
go gave a full sheet of its rotograv- 2: iv Q ae ls
ur section to pictures of Lionel Ames,
14, and other opera players who ap- 2
eared in last year's production. Many,a
fthe prominent towns of the South -
ave also devoted much space to the=
pera. 2$ ~ t
Some of the stories publishied in 3 0 to _
ties "a great distance off are now in _________________
he possession of Mr. Shuter.-
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it off tackle with equal ease. With
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Lnd receiving end of the Marine ior-=
yard pass machine, T. E. Henry, and-
L. B. Payne ,who played with the Great- DOWNTOWN
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[eetfooted halfbaks who wield the tri- 4I,l nwwnw~i11Iitllluniillllllllllllmi
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English last--All sizes.
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I House Party
* Flashlight by Lyndon.
is ay memento
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I worth while
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Group 8, room 304,1
Group 9, second ante room off the Ih:
swimming pool, h.
Group 10, activities. room. 1 h;
7 :400-I)e~folay meets at Harris hall. a:
8 :01-Amned:can Society of Cizvil eng- rv
ineers meets at the Union. E
7:00 am.-H~oly Comniuion 0;5Il' WI- p
liam's Memorial chapel, Harris hall. s'
J2:OO-Culver club picture, laken at
The Ann Arbor Art association 'F~
nounces an exhibition of famous I
paintings in Alumni Memorial hall
Nov. 5 to Nov. 12. The exhibition
gaitS ' Mchigan, Felters may play
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(ClY ftlffned fom ,Page'Seven)tI-.1
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Seniors iviio Mite trot' yet Obtalned- scrinmag 'oday. Mote,' Who was a
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