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"-" I STTNDAY, NOVEMBER 18,

TH..HGNDAL TNA. OEfE 8

'(Gontinned from 'Page '0110
is>ts' models in the first_ act. .Thes~e,
siro lamps which have been brought
from New York directly from artists'
studious.
Special lighting e~fects, willlbe, Ob-
ta.inedl for three of. the most striking
Senres in "Cotton. Stockings" by?
means of twvo kiopticons which .will
be placed in the balcony. The snow.
Sternm ene, the butterfly scen~e, and
the flicker li'vgt f)r the slow miotion.
dance will b- produced by thee p
cial lamps which -were construted
by the Oniver ial ,Stage Lighting comn-
pany of New York for "Cotton Stock-
Thle main snot for the opera wais se-
lected by thle head electrician of Fred--'
Stone-'s shows "Stepping Stones " It
is a mionrter light Which' will ;Pray
from the( balcony, and will be used on.
the principals while singing. in order'
to ovTercomie any )possible shadows on
the stage, 24 one thousand watt lamnps-"
wvill be huing in the flies to light up the
stage from every 'possible angle. Ton
olivretts are to be used in the'eldranc-
es. and with the us~e of colored me-

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diums, every shade of light will be
obtained.
Purdue Con queIsI
Northwest'ern, 6-31
Liafayette, Ind., Nov. 17-(13y A.P.)
-Reing threatened with a 3 to 0 de-
feat for three *perods, the Purdue
football squad opened a brilliant over-
hiead attack in the final period of the
,game with Northwestern here today
and won G to 3., The first two per-
cods were even, and in 'the third per-
iod Northweistefn- got a fair catch on!
Pur'due's 35 ,Yard 1ine and taking the
option of "Dick, Mcflava n sent a per-
fect boot .from placement.,
The boilermakers received the ball
on their own 21 yard Fne in the final
Sericod and started _a march clown the
field . that ended, when. Joe Trout,, a
ubstlttite' went across the Purple
goal for a touchdown. Ravenseraft
missed the try for goal.
Treinton,' N. J., 'Nov. 17,-Thje estate
of Enrico Caruso, opera singer, whio
died in August, 1921, was enriched.
$585,727 in 1921 and 1922 by royal-!
ties. from the sale of records.
Daily classified for real results.

f i inmindi during the period when the
C 4 discussion groups will meet on NOV.
0oRL SRN LL ii~ 13, n Dc n , ae to be
stressed at this time. These groups.
are to includle approximately 50 boys1
to one leader.
l A ine'pinoz will 'also hn h.fialrl+1,,.

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Besides Ford and Edison, the new C o d e ev
corporation members are H-arvey S.

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Firestone of Akron, 0., A.' D. Lasker
and William Wrigley, Jr., Chicago, and
Malcolm Jennings, Columbus, 0.

Returns Of Game!

IComuplete Islay-';y-play results of the

S r tx ILMM1118 Will IZA -UU 11AIU Meffl iniuan- visconsin football .game
Campden, N. J., Nov.* 17.-Hundreds jfollowing Sunday at 9 o'clock at Lane Ilif iv Il I11JV i
of dmiersof: Wlt himanstod hal. bot 3 lenv s IO0BY US iiv U were given on the grid-graph in Hill
of~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ .dieso atWimnsoo al bu 0laeswill be pros- LUflI II u inu
with bared heads today as a modest;ct heetnsoaearmnuo h ditorium before a large crow=.d. The
two-story house in which he spent thej S. C. A. is in charge of securing the j IrI1~PA~ ~~I results were 6bta~ined over a special
declining years of his life was dedicat-' men for this phase of the Older Boys' oUt 1111 lMfIL SUM uJwire from Madison to the auditorium,
ed as a shrine. conference. Heretofore, Y. M. C. A.!sdwrsupe ntdbasecl
The inscription on a bronze tableti secretaries have led the discussionl The Uiest library has on dis-
in, front of the' house reads: telephoneC conection.
H ere lived the good gray poet, groupswihgttgehratr p lan in the main corridor an Arnmis- Va1t helaesadacmia
Walt Whitman, from 1884 to the cI t ak addics h e itn e day exhibit of World war plates
the liner points. Ition of thec R. 0. T. C. -band and the
date of his death, March 26, 1892. ___ from the collection of Commandant freshmani band served to put the nec-
dedicated by the City of Cam- ions scenes from the years 1916 to one
den: to the memory of its famous 4 JllUI5 C IJIOIN 19~19. There are pictures from '16, '17, In addtion;to the. grid-graph enter-
citizen. ; .l ~ rnn '18,, of, French troops, artillery, amt-'I tazinm~ent, play-by-play results were
The dedication was followed by a I HIHII f bulance service and refugees. Others gvnt rw nteraigro
pllgrimxmage to TIan leighx Cemet.ery, ; l t UJL tl~ L91SO portray the courageous peasants in the cif th'e Union on a miniature football
where a wreath was placed' on the fields and American relief commis-1 field constructed especiall y for shiow-
tomnb of the poet. Washington, Nov. 17-(Bly A. P.)-' sions helping them replant the devas-1t ing the returnls. Reports on the M11ichz-
IHenry Ford, Thomas A. Edison, and tated areas. I igan-Wisconsin and other big games
O 'rUp Le d r four others have been added to the1 The 1919 plates are of troops of the of the week end were announced inI
Mictcorporation membership of the Har- various allied nations parading. Paris; the trap room, at the inatinee dlance,
oTodaycding memorial association, recently and scenes, at Versailles before and, given in the assembly hail, in the 11l
incorporated under the laws of, Ohio.' after the signature of the peace treaty. Izt rcl rVBoni, and in the iounging room.
Discussion Leaders for the Older1 President, Coolidge, members of the I In addition, the results were posted on
Boys' conference will meet at 9 :30 cabinet and a number of ,personal Patronize The Daily Advertisers. the bulletin board.
o'clocl. this morning in Lane hall. friends of Mr. Harding were the orig- ' __ ______-
The details and thoughts to be 'born inal incorporators. Daily classified for re al results. I Daily classified for real results.

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)Voilan Seelks Cat di acy
Boston, Mass., Nov. 17.-Mlrs. Wil-
11am Lowell Putnamn, a~sister of Presi-
dent A. Lawrence Lowell of Harvard
university, today announced her can-
didacy for delegate-at-large to the
Republicain national 'convention,
pledged to the nomination of Presi-
dent'Coolidge. She 'presided over the
'Massachussets electoral college in
1920.
NATLUXENBRG&BROS.
showing!
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Wednesday, Nov. 21
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