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tf, NOVEMBER 20, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TILL IGIES UITE
IN WORK ON UNION
Professor3, Students, Shed Coats and
Pitch In To Do Share Of
Excavating
PLAN MASS MEETING FRIDAY
TO CELEBRATE COMPLETION
Lansing, Nov. 19.-(By A.P.)-Pro-
fessors and students of the Michigan
t g- 6itua9l g to 1ay laid aside
their scholasti- pursuts- to become
,clARt.. tuna of ively .
music early this morning staid instruc-
tors tos ed aside their: coats, spat on
their. lId/sald started picking at
hard ground with pick axes.
Students blistered their palms
wielding shovels. Co-eds deserted sor-
ority houses and classrooms to shiver
on the sidelines and dispense coffee
and doughnuto.
Excavation rllreek
It was "excavation week" for the
Aggies. For the, next five days' brawn
will be worth more than brains in this
0 institution, .of learning. Every man
on the campus, from President R. S.
Shaw down, has been drafted to do his
bit toward digging the excavation for
the proposed half-million-dollar Union
Memorial building.
The work has been outlined sys-
tematically. Each of the men students
and- each member of the faculty has
three and a half cubic yards of dirt to
move. Shifts of about 100 men will
{ work a half dayeacl. It is estimated
that the allotted amount of earth can,
be picked and shoveled away in that
time..
Diggers Get Prizes
is The shifts will be divided Into-three
teams to compete for prizes offered by
local merchants. l.By!next Friday those
in charge of the undertaking hope to
have the excavation ready for the con-
tractors to start laying the foundation.
The co-eds also will work in shifts,
serving refreshments to the toilers.
: - The Michigan. band is scheduled to
play an hour each morning and after-
noon to give the laborers the old fight-
ing spirit.
A huge mass meeting is being plan-
ned for Friday to celebrate the turning
of the last shovel full of dirt.
MUSIC AND
MUSICIANS
"Cosi fa Tutte" Mozart's attrac-
tive light opera, will be the offering at
the third Choral Union concert on
Thursday evening in Hill auditorium.
William Wade Hinshaw, who presented
the "Impresario" so successfully last
year, is 40, c h rge of the . resentation
this year. Of special import also is
lthetIie, tht the rgigieih version of
this charming work was written by the
lath ifery E.lrehbil of New York,
dean of American.musial critic...
t lD°": geptoryofthe opera degls wit the
love affairs of two young Neapolitan
officers who decide to test the faith-
- fulness of their prospective wives. A
somewhat tragic yet mirthful mix-up,
caused by the interference of the bach-
elor synic, is the result; but, as usual,
z the story ends happily with the conclu-
sion that "it is woman's nature to
flirt."
Irene Williams, the celebrated Am-
erican prima donna who heads the
cast, needs no introduction, for she
holds an envable place as a recitalist
and concert artist of exceptional vocal
abilty, combined with delightful acting
and personal charm. The supporting
cast is remarkable in that Mr. Hinshaw
has been able to find singers who are
capable of mastering Mozartean mus-
ic, where so much depends not alone
on difficult techique, but on range
as well.
A few tickets for this concert still
remain, and may be obtained at the
School of Music.

Senior Notice
Seniors wishing to have their pic-
ture in the 1924 Michiganensian hshve
6nly 10 more days to get their photo-
grapher's receipt and to make ap-
pointments for their sittings.
Daily classified for reat results.
Pocket Malted Milk!
% Like to drink malted milks?
Sure thing, Old Top!t
Then why not eat 'em--
here's your chance.
THOMPSON'S
Pure Malted Milk Bars
contain no cane or beet sugar
Safe for Athletes to Training
Right size for your pocket. Go
great at the game--at the s how--on
hikes-at school or in your room.
IA.- A l* All lwiua ..-ae

Willard's Famous Melodrama
To Be Shown At Whitney, Nov.23

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"The Cat and the Canary," John Willard's famous three-act melodrama,
which is to be presented at the Whitney theater on Friday evening, Nov. 23,
This show has just completed a two seasons' run in New York and is now
being presented simultaneously in England, Autsralia, and the Orient.
Biblical Student
Will Leave Today f
Prof. 'Bruce Curry, of the Biblical
seminary, of New York, who has becn
conducting bible discussion groups atI1
Lane hall for the past week will com-
plete his stay at Ann Arbor today.
Before leaving, he will speak at the
Religious institute which meets at 7
o'clock tonight in Lane hall.
Professor .Curry -will also have
classes at 2, 3, and 4 o'clock this aft-i
ernoon in bible study groups, for those I
who are interested in developing a
knowledge of personal bible study and
in leading bible study groups. i
Six classes will be held in. the two Neatly combed, well- ept hair Is a
periods, one from 7:15 to 8 o'clock business and social asset.
and the other from 8 to 8:45 o'clock STACOMB makes t'e hair stay combed
tonight under the Religious institute in abeestle you like ee after it has
to~ just been washed. 1
department conducted under the au- STACOMB--tkA ,original-has been
spices of the Student Christian asso- used for years by stars of stage and
ciation at Lane hall. Lionel Crocker, screen-leaders of style. Write today
of the public speaking department, is free trialJtube.
in charge of the institute. Tubns-35AoJar-7 c
- * Insist on STACOMB-in the blark,
'.yellow and gold.package.
Professor Thomas I. Reed, of the For sale at your druggist or wherever
political science department, who has toilet goods are sold.
Just returned from a ' convention in Staidard Laboratories, Inc.
Washington, has been call .d to Co- 750 Stanford Avenue Los Angeles, California
lumbus, Ohio by the critical illness ofw sed coupon forFreTrial Tub -
his brother. II
Bukarest, Nov. 19.-Rumanian cur- - e
rency is rising. This is attributed to1Dm
large lumber purchases by Japan.

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