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November 27, 1923 - Image 8

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

7:30 tonight for the matinee and evening performances of the Portman-
teau Players. Ticket takers are expected to report at these same hours.
Wilfrid ocking, Chairman, Usher Commiktee.
Alpha Epsilon .3Ii:
Special meeting, Tuesday Nov. 27 at 6:45 P. M. room 302, Michigan

Represeidtatives from various frater-
nities on the campus wint meet at 5:30

o'clock this aftetnoon at Lane hall.
Var:ous campus problems are to be
discussed. More than 30 men are ex-
pected to be present.

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Union.v
Adelphi:
The regular meeting of the Adelph
conflict with the program of the Port
will be Dec. 4.
Lecture:
Professor Preston Slosson will s
Mediterranean" at eight o'clock this e
lic is invited.

J. ). Miller.
An official request has been sent
to the American and British jockey
clubs that they designate the best
hi will not be hald tonight due to the qualified colts of the breeding of 1920
manteau Players. The next meeting to represent the U. S. and England
Ray Alexandria, Speaker. respectively at a meeting with the
-great French runner, Epinard, in an
international three-cornered race to
peak on "Italy's Aspirations in the be held at the famous Longchamp
vening in Room 202 S. W. The pub- course on May 3, 1924. The race is
DeFilipins. to be a distance of a mile and one-
T' 1I i quarter, each entrant to carry 126
pounds and the purse is 500,000
francs, or $100,000 in U. S." coinage.
We wonder just how that sugges-
F SM P ion that Judge Landis be given jur-
indiction to settle disputes in which
major league umpires become in-
volved will be received by the mo-
Chi Psi fraternity was announced guls at their annual session in Chi-
the winner of the trophy Saturday night cago December 12. Heretofore the
awarded by the Student council for umps have takenthese disputesand
the best decorated house for the Min- their grievances to the league presi-
i dents for settlement and it may be
nesota game after several tours of in- that they desire to continue to do so.
spection by the judges. This is the
second consecutive time that this Patronize The Daily Advertisers.
house has won first place in this
competition.
James Rice, '24, chairman of the 1
committee in charge of the inspecting, "THE PUPPET
stated that Chi Psi excelled all of its E"
competitors in 'the taste and beauty of REVUE
its arrangements. The vote for the 4 New Acts.
winner was unanimous. Thursday4 and 8 p.m.
A silver loving cup, engraved with
the name of the house and an appro-

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"The Covered Wagon", the much-
talked of screen version of Emerson
Hough's famous story of the rugged
American pioneers who blazed the
trail to Oregon and California in 1848,
which will appear at the Whitney ear-!
ly in December, promises to be one of I
the outstanding features of the early
season.
No photo-play ever presented in
this city has created more enthusiasm
and unqualified praise in the metro-
politan; cities in which it has already
been exhibited than this super-feature
produced under .the masterful direct-
orship of James Cruze.
The cast includes J. Warren Kerri-
gan, Lois Wilson, Alan Hale, Charles
Ogle, Ethel Wales, Ernest Torrence.
Tully Marshall, Guy Oliver and John
Fox.
A musical accompaniment will be
furnished by a special symphony or-
chestra of twenty pieces that travels
with the picture.
SENIOR ANNOUNCEMENT
All senior pictures for the 1924
Michiganensian must be taken before
Saturday of this week. Seniors are
requested by the 'Ensian staff to make
their photographer's appointments
immediately. No pictures may bel
taken Thursday.
More than 200 seniors have so -far
failed tomakearrangements for hay -
Ing their pictures taken. Photograph-
ers' receipts may be obtained by pay-
ing $3 at the 'Ensian office in the
Press building.
Belgrade, Nov. 26.-The Belgrade
government, it is officially announc-'
ed, has waived demand for indemnity
from the Sofia government in'connec-
tion with the recent attack on the
Jugo-Slav military attache at Sofia.
Christiana, Nov. '26.-The board of
trade of the department of commerce
has been given a commission to pur-
chase a new American legation here.

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