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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1923,
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THE MICHfGAN DAILY

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Monarchists Pin
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Eighth Annual Platy, to
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ruesday

Night

Legion Officer
Goes "Over Top"
SCHOOLS HEAR RETURNS Of Cellr Doors
Special to The Daily
Chicago, Nov. 17.-Hundreds of
Michigan and Wiscons'n university
alumni gathered on one of the floors
of the Monadnock block to get the
play-by-play returns of the battle at.
Madison this afternoon. A number of;
rousing cheers were given both teams
and a general spirit of enthusiasm
presided.
Five special trains took Chicago.
alumni of the two institutions to
Madison earlier in the day and scores
made the trip by auto..

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PERCY MACKAYE IS AUTHOR
OF A Tf OUSAND YEARS AGC

COIN TS GRID SCORES

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Masques' eighth annual play, "A
Thousand Years Ago" to be presented
Tuesday evening in Hill auditorium
under the direction of Prof. J. Raleigl
Nelson of the Eng sh department -ih
a re-resentation of the work of Per-
cy Mackaye.t
The play is an experiment in an
old' dramatic form, the improvised
Italian. comedy which was popular in
Italy for at least four centuries. Gi-
ozzi and other masters of the Come-
dia dell' Arte have used this plot bas-
ed on the Persian tale of a princess
in a far eastern place who fell in
love with a beggar, but Mackaye has
injected into this foundation, the fea-
ture of a band of vagabond Italian
maskers. Arriving at the gate of an
eastern city and scenting adventure in
the severed heads hanging on the
gates, the maskers enter the city and
within an hour, Capacomico, their
leader, has put himself on the throne.
The stock characters of the Italian
comedy, Harlequin, Punchinello,
Scaramouche, and Pantaloon are giv-
en a new andhuman treatment in
Yacka ye's hands. Capacomico, the
master director, recalls the versatile,
quick-witted Montebank who in the
centuries of improvised comedy in It-
aly combined his stock characters in
an endless variety of plots.
Elizabeth Pike, who acted the part
of the eccentric old Chinese general
on the in aginary horse in the "Yellow
Jacket",as the old Merrythought, nas
displayed special aptitude for this ex-
acting role in "A Thousand Years
Ago".
The problem of transforming Hill
auditorium stage into an oriental
alace set in a Persian garden will
be accomplished by the set designed
by Professor Nelson and executed by
Cornell and Davis, of the New Detroit
Opera house.
Musical atmosphere will be supplied
by an orchestra ,under the direction of
Mrs. J. L. Schneider.
The Persian Garden of Liza Lehman
and the Sheherazade music of Rim-
rky-Korsakoff, written for the. Rus-
sian ballet are among the sourlces!
from which Professor Nelson has tak-
en his music.
The sale of tickets will continue
from 9 to i o'clock and ,from 1 to 5
o'clock tomorrow and Tuesday in the
4 11111 auditorium box office.
It's true efficiency to use Daily
C Classiefieds--Adv.
Patronize The Daily Advertisers.
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AT THJE TH1EATRlES

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Football scores from gridirons in
every section of the country were re- t1
corded on a bulletin board at the en-
trance to the Press building by The
Daily sports staff yesterday. T1 he
scores were also furnished to the Un-
i ion where .they were repeated to the
crowd engaged in hearuig reports of1
the Mi chigan-Wisconsin game.
The service will be repea,6.1 next'
Saturday at the Press building with
tihe use of a larger bulletin board
which will be lighted in order that
the figures may be more easily read.
Daily classifled for real results.
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,Arcadle --'"The French
featuring \ae urray.
Majestic--"The Spoilers."
Wuerth---Ilarold Lloyd in
Worry?"
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PROF. HOBBS TO SPEAK
MONDAYATOAK PARK
Prof. William H. Hobbs of the geol-
ogy department will speak on "Earth-
quakes" tomorrow night at Oak Park,
Ill., where he will go following the
football game yesterday at Madison.
This is the second time he has vis-
ited the Wisconsin institution since
leaving it in 1908.
Daily classified for real results.
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Daily

Major Percy Owen
Major Percy Owen, state adjutant
for the Illrnois department of the Am-
erican Legion and who commanded an
infantry regiment in the world war, is
now figuratively "going over the top"
to capture booze strongholds. Ile has
been named federal prohibition officer
for his state.

Patronize The Daily Advertisers.

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FACTORY HAT STORE
817 Packard St. Phone 1792
(Where D. U. R. Stops at State)

Thanksgiving

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A STORE OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS

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Phone 308

ex-Kaiser, the former crown

Boudior Lamps, Coffee

prince and Prince Wilhelm
German monarchists live in hope
that some day one of these three will
reign in B3erlfn as emperor of' all 'Ger-
many. The ex-kaiser or the ex-crown;
prince will reign if the mnonarchy is
restored soon. If not, the latter's eld-
est son, Prince Wilhelm, is regarded
as the monarchists' best hope. I

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T uesday, Nov.
Four and Eight O'clock

Photocraft Shop
NICKELS ARCADE

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SHOWING CONTINUOUSLY TODAY FROM 2 TO 10
WEEK-DAY SHOWS AT 2-3:30-7 AND 8:30

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Roll and roar at Harold's greatest.

Giant aids him in his1
Laugh until your ribs

battle,
will rattle.

See him fight for girl in danger,
Rocks and socks the fresh-faced stranger.

Harold has a fearful
Gets a pill, you' get a

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