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TI]URESDA2Y, NOVEMBER. 15) 1923

THE MICHIGCAN DAILY

Ji
The Girls' Mandolin club will hold a
regular business meeting at 5 o'clock
today in Newberry hall.
All girls' who can mnake posters or
who would be willing to do some work
to help make money for the University]
of Micthigan League building are askedI
to call Doris Crouse at 452, or sign upj
on the list; which is posted in Barbour
gymnasium.
All members of Mumnmers who can
usher for the Masques play on Tues-
.dfay, Nov. 20, meet in Hill auditorium
at 9 o'clock Saturday. "Those who
wish to usher but cannot be present at
that- time call Mary Lila Zang, 3404,
or Gertrude Marks, 1463-M, as soon as
possible.I
The Girls' Mandolin club will hold3
a regular business meeting at 5 o'clock
today in Newberry hail
Attention is called to the fact that
the Club Leaders' training course will
meet at 7 o'clock tonight in Newberry
hall, instead of Barbour gymnasium.
All Panhellenic ball 'comnmittees 1--+-A.A^t brn f R-

HOBCKEY TOURNAMENT

Iasques Annual Play Has

1being -made by members of the society. Ii
Masques society began in a simple!
t way eight years ago with one perform-,?

~WINNERS
With the h
.and inter-dor
teams comp]y
season fort
campus will1
today on Pa
Kappa Ga mir
will face BetC
latter league.
Kappa Kap]
in the'r tour:
pa Alpha ThE
score, while
through by b
ponent, Adeli
16-3.
A camrpari:
shows thatt
somewhat of
hour in goals
has bucked
saries due to
had a larger
from wldcht

!'orrm j6 Lu en 'Za ellC - ape of Piner 's "The Amazons,' be-}
jfore a small' audience in Sarah Cas-
WITH tRuvit TBA1__________
well Angell hall. They passed rapid-
IF A0ORTYlasques, the dramatic organization i severed heads of princes displayed ly from three performances of "Qual-
FIALSORTO YCU Uivrit-wmnwllpesn above the gate, the maskers enter the ity Street," to the Whitney theater
~I city and after mingling in the life of with "The Importance of Being Earn-
ISSUE itheir eighth annual play, "A Thousand; the city for one day, succeed in bring- est." Masques then marked off for
1 YarsAgo" Tesdy, ov.20,in illing the romantic love of a princess for I'themselves a distinctive field of dram-j
inas n te ntr-sroityaidlorlniuner hedirctono~ 'rt.a beggar to a happy climax. ic endeavor by presenting "The YeI-
rmitory-and-house hockey J. Raleigh Nelson, of the English do- Professor Nelson has worked with low Jacket" in IHill auditorium. This
eted,'the lig game of. the partment. Percy Mackay, author of "Aj h cast in daily rehearsals for six was followed last year by the revivali
the championship of the Tho,.usand Years Ago," presents tiwtel anIohh n h ataee-f Eiaehnbreqe, "h
take place at 4:30 o'clock Persian tale in the form of the Italian{eksadbthendhectare- Knight of the Burning Pestle." Ac-t
'lerelwhn apaIthusiastic over the results. Masques codnToPoeso esn h a
ale il hnKpaimprovised comedy which flourished in ;work-shoptisPopensall day.oProfessor
nwneoftefretlyorseveral centuries, the so- i directed M!'asquies' plays for eight years
isy Barbour, winner of the called Comed. ia dell' Arte.I Nelson designed the scenery which has
Thsfnatc~lyWt t been painted' by 0. S. Davis, of Detroit,
3 hs anastc la wih tssettings adtoehr ih M. and Mrs. I- _ .
pa Gamma won first place 1 like Maxfield Parish pictures and its ani ogshferwh f r.rs avedon
nanient by defeating hall- ;Hrhilwofryashv oe oriental music and costumes, accord- i -"
Leta in the final with a 7-0 ing to Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, of thei Professor Nelson's make-up, the prob- 4
Betsy Barbour came Enlshdprtet i hetp f1ms of make-up in connection with
taking over thir last op- playwic'iiaque oit sepe- this oriental play have been given spe- PU
ia Qheever, by a score of vil&xeifte o owt fet ial attention. The more elaborate cos-;
calls for the delicate interpretation! tumnes are being designed and made '' 4Nike$ Arcade
son of the two teamsanfnihodealwchasbna by Fritz Schoultz, of Chicago, but'
the sorority team has definite aim and ideal of the society I most of the stage crafts and some of ! fl it
. lan edge on Betsy Bar-'trugotit itoy he costumnes are, as in former years .rUs uJ fISor
s made, but thedomtrj "A Thousand Years Ago" is the Th7lanksgiving Time
against stronger adver- jstomy of a band of Italian maskers 'I it ndSar et frgil
the fact that they htve who, driven from Europe by. the new Tamt 'ht and Scarf Sets in
list of potential players: realists find themnselves in the early --, e three to eight years.
to chos:e their firsz team., hours ot dawn, in front of thfe gate brual oshed oo, an andScrSesi
jof Pekin. Scenting adve'nture in the})I brse woltas nd
7 I . ? TlAft .... . lChap~pie Coats in brushed wool, I
, 1 (1 III our to eight years. f
DA C N Szs,, Chinchilla Hats with velvet (
,Mlined ear laps for hoys, two toK
S<r~~ 1iezyATEBLEe 1 Cord Mittens for both boys
and girls, wool and jesy
i" Q TJIJ y!our-piece Sweater Suits, tans
~ ~For real Fountain Pen Satisfaction mdbon,ontofuyer
Woa ro"with j Use I !1 +Futll line of Suits and Dresses.
Mighian. Ei rey ('wo to eight ynears.
-"htEtra Sig Th-oInk Tat tMade j"jDainty maderia embroidered
f HU SD Y IG Th7e Fountain PenaPossible " si3gns. lnn ayd
! I 41I, Now assortment of ivory and
"HisWifes Huband" i ;( iiilbon novelties, baby loocs .,
''i Wif e's Pusbnd," f Mu1I sic Iby ___ 1 0coat hangers - in '"act ever; .
k Twain's "The Princefor aby
Pauper." The Michigan Melody Men FU T I PEN INK f tosoy o ay
owMM-Wl~mFairbanks in I PhO'NE -296 3-R
n Dog Trail." I . :...,.. .:- ..

tepeettothsyaprmsst'Tkhforugnztnsaet1 be of equal value with the performn- lowing: Schuyler Elliott, TV,], for the,
ances of former years. Hbr guild, Robert 1edro~'6
for the Presbyter-ian guild, nw
r : Miller, grad., of the engineer ingr ccl -
Ch rhL ag eTf or the Wesl',evain r]( r
Give Four gP ays 1,'oreiice Nelson, '25, for the B apist
guild.
I The organizations have conibined
Combining to form a. new dramatic ta hr a eauie effort to
oraizaian "Te Iterhurh Tam-purchase stage equipment and to ex-
atic League," the dramatical, depart- : ,ange plays. Tphe plays -will be given
ment of the H obart, Presbyterian,, under, the auspices ofi the Studient
Wesleyan. and 1l3apist wuilds will J20ijj i his:tiana association.
in prescuting four' one-act plays Nov.'
21, at L ane hall. - '1I's true effclency to use Daily
Those :;.c(┬▒ar.-,p of the departmcntt Clvusiefieds---Adv.

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ywill meet at 4':3~uU o clock toaay iat sar-I
hour gymnasium. A
rATHENA SOCIETY I I
HOLDS INITIA TIO
Athena society, initiated the follow-
ing woilen, Tuesday: Virginia Cron-.
in, '25, Gwendolyn Dewv, '24, Je~nna I Arcade-
DeWitt, '24, Ruth S~heinnman,w'27, "Thel--I Thomas
ma Stevenson, '24, Verena Moran, '25,
Beryl. Schaffer, '25, Dorothy King, '25,, Majestic--
Esther Anderson, '25, Margaret Geq-, gle."
des, '26, Margaret Eaton, '26, Harriet
Levy, '27, Edna Ziegler, '27. _The init- I Wuerth--'
lation was followed by a banquet at I I and Marl
the Union, at which the speakers were: and the
Mary McCully, '24, Elleni Nylund, '25, 11
Dorothy King, '25, and Prof. R. D. T. O trpheum--
Hollister and Prof. Ray K. Immel of I "The Sup
the public speaking department.
Next Tuesday, Athena will hold a
Joint meeting with the Adelphia House
of Representatives, to discuss campus ttSki
issues.
Portia to Discuss Short StoriesGrrc
Portia Literary society will meet at jGrik(
7:15 o'clock tonight in room 302, Ma-- I 'Goes," %N
son hall. Merel Parks, '25, Lilias'Kend -______
all, '25, Dell Ilowland, '25, and Bernice'
Smith, '26, Will speak on the subjectj Berlin, Nov,
"The ]lest Short Story I Have Ever! debt is set at
Dead." -per marks.

ge-T:ih is Week I
Detroit) - "Up She
with Gloria Foy.
v. 14.-Germany's floating
t9,907 quadrillions of pa-

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May 'be found for your valuable docu-
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The Scr',Vice Wi1l;lease you,
Farmers& Mechaniccs Bank

LILA LEE
and a' big star cast
gives this attraction }
100 per cent entertain-
ment value for Ann
arbor audiences./
-Also-
TILOYID HA31ILTON
in

sight of a Ye'oman he got a
ticket for speeding
sr GEORGE ADE
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"THlE OPTIMIST"

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For.C
Thanksgiving

330 SOUTH STATE

I FIIAY-SATURDAY Coming Sunday
I MAE 'HURRAY in
u A W OMAN'? S SACRIFICE" "THE FRENCH D)OLL"

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Oh Yes!

we are having

a Turkey.

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~ 7heDENISH;VN 4DACERS
and a Symphony Quartette a
.ti" , i l . M A I L O R D E 'R S N O W
Prices: Main Floor-$2.50, $2.0), ' ...
First Balcony-$2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.40.
+S ~Second 'Xlalcony-$1.00, 76c,, 50c
Address wail orders to:C
* Mgr. Glee Clubs, 308 Xleb. Union,
Enclose self-addrse stampd envelope
Get snail order enivelopes at the Union or at' all
} Bookhstores

Are you?
Why, ce~ tainly, I have just
b.ought any broiler from
Fischer Co.
105-7 E. WASHINGTON

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