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TH"E'MiCHIGAN DAILY

IESHMEN TO BE
PiiR9T- AT UPfl~Al

L.. :loiti

ADAMS WILL ADDRESS,
A. A. U W. MEETING

Puppteer Scre Scces V~th have made their production a distinct
Pupp tees Scre ucces ivogue in the world of entertainiment.
Presentation f "Puppet .revue", Qipera Tickets Go On Sale.
________ ________Tickets for out-of-town produstions

sale will be continued through
first part of the week.
Lima, Nog. 3(,..--)r. Legulay '
tinez, Peru supreme court justice,

uUULUJI U eR1i UI I L nuIU ouise presidents who have not r-Faigbfr akdhue h Md reisNgtsDem"Ti f"otnSokig.,ecp tCi etdi 5tre nsest h usinar rRnop .AdmcsoingnigadDtot twl
Playng efoe apaced ous, te "idsmme Nigt'sDrem."Thicag an Deroiwll e on sale be- einecnt.
setteiyte eieto h o teCeet irrwl pa tjPuppeteers peetdtheir nwpo:wspresented i uhamanner that
Tadtona Function for First men's League are requested to send the second meeting of the Ann Arbor ducatenon, Th nPppt evue " nTarhuredt wto orn the hidecodunesandul ata
Year Women them as~soon as possible to IHelen Del- ;Association of University women which dy temooondeenngitSr h e ie wtotbrngteautprt ______________________
___ bridge, 336 Tappan.; will be held at 3 o'clock today at Mar- Caswell Angl hall. Judging from o h uine
___oouidngr.AamasIth avor of the audience, "PrinceI The dance pantomine entitled, "No
as PEE l{Z~STAWLSmart FH ats and
FIVE PIEAEyOwomeSTwho WiVl cars and 1thaok" bu ilsding. urpAdas o heeGeorge and the Dragon" waa decided-'j Joh, No," a xednl
FUR M1USIC FOR DAINCEI n oe wooncoe "h isadPupsso6h
are interested in being of service in the Clements Library" as the subject of ly the hit of the performance. Thei done, while the sketch, "Weather,":
Women's League Christmas card sale; his address, in order to clear up any atmosphere of Christmas which was poe o eacevrste o h
According to tradition sophomore (pachievedobyethecChristmasncarolstan
are asked to call Margaret Schaupner, uncertainty can'erning thesq facts. ahee yteCrsmscrl n pnn ilata otse tte h ooflsei fet de ooeigo h efracOdPo
Frsha I)A IlHTNT ICS the beatuy of the act in general. With essor Weather was portrayed in the1 o eatir
:3 ni i Uocoktngti a-League hious es,(donttories, or sor-ITE ATO LRLTOS every action of the puppet chiaract- scene as revealing the weather sec-I
bor__s m.Ter iletdne-sI IIA NA EATOSPOPULAR..PRICEH
borgymns .Teeol edn-oiiscmigi oy ridvdas___ rs life-like and graceful, the ppu-Izt to two working .men. The lines
ing nd efrshmnts.TheMiciga ortiebcomng n abody orindvidalslam English url~sque relating tae for this scene were written by For-'
In n ersmns h ihgnIplanning on having luncheon or din- Dean Jeani Hamilton will speak to a ,ruaor,- iepeeoceta careers of the King of Egypt, th33n3ron,'2,Uneofth Pppt
frmburs iepeeoceta c ' the Womn'sLegu.baaa ta group of girls interested in discus- Turkish Knight, Satan and the uncon- Iers. Other members of the company 33S U H M
will pea ormigi ei 180 he room on Friday, or Saturday, Dec. 7 Sion sections at 7:15 o'clock Monday,qurbePicGogeadteD-inle ryBret,'3adE-
The8ar Spreadasis te earoriginatednc eogea inheDr-1 ncu1880r Bretwhenad l
a small group of sophomores took itor8,reugdtasitheeaom Dec. 3, at Betsy Barbour dormitory. on, the see was a crowningsc- od Fayfield, '25.
uponthmevstenetithifrt committee by signing on the lists post- The topics of her talk will take up esinte ral f upe s t-
ed on the bulletin board in Barbour itrctoa eaiosisi iwo ex in favo appe toThis production of the .Puppet
year sisters. It has gradually grown Itrainlrltosisi iwo eti ao perdt ete.eu"ge opoeta n ro °w111Jl lHHtI111~ 1111IIII1111I
into a festivity in which all women on gynsutemaladtehu hy e rpara uan h atsm
desire to be served. potaa fSaepaesseeibs accepted the Puppeteers and thtI
the campus are invited to take part.p mer. Any' women on the campus inter- ".Pyramus and hisby" taken from their novelty and artistic actingi.
First year women are guests of honor{sl o ested in discussion groups are invited _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ T ~ l
and the sophomores ar otse hita ad are being~ses to attend. Thi smeeting may be fol -__i_____________________of__theUniversity___ofMich-__lowed
whil upperlass women, preferably thn~iei fteUiest fMc-lwdu by other smallr discussion' \ Pi ~ ~ l
Juir c secrsfrteget.Iigan League at letsv Barbour houseL1SgfTIpsS k
The vice-presidet of the freshmran at the Women's League candy booth in -_______________L S I E
class, by virtue of her office, is chaiir- University hall and at a special table I TONIGHT
man of the Freshman Spread cor-minFoster's Art store, on State street. 1 A IETETE :033-:083
^I A IETETRS201:3-:083
iittee at the beginningo empho-issKt -rneAlro tepesn
more year and, with the vc-esdn. Ms ahrieAlr ftepro-CYNTHIA STOCKL0.1 EY'S
of the sophomore classdo es all the1 ll ivin h Ao ualy. WndC. Screen-Today I WONDER NOVEL
planning. Margaret Geddes heads the I.willsdabec. anArbo Teday - i nWho Ist? )What Is It? .
committee of sophomores this year. Wdedy e.4ad5 ome o YOSL
Thepatonesesfortheaffir illmen interested in obtaining secretary-
ships in the Y. W. C. A. She will be AmaePool"
be: Mrs. Marion L. Burton, Dean Jean Arae-,njl.
Hamlton Mrs J.R. Efiner, issglad to meet any women interested, es- _t3ar
Marion Blooid, Miss Mildred Shlerman, eilyupeca nad rdae.IMajestic-Jackie Coogan in "Cir ""---"-"°"'=: " . .
Mrs. MHuE. Cote,' Mrs. EI.MilBotcs, Signing out slips are now due and 4 cus Days." ,
Mrs S.h neyo, Mrs. J. M. Bats, should be set to the office of the dlean I Wuerth-Owen Wster's "The I-f . ,-"
Mrs A.fS.oWhtneymMs.iJatAlBums-
ley, Mrs. W. R. Hlumphreys, Mrs. G. W. ofwmni edalyI Virginian". -
Patterson, Dr. Margaret Bell. -uI
_______The women who paid $1 for the chap- Orpheum-Miton Sills in ",eg- I-
Nre le1aieiRror yneronage fee to the Wisconsin game c.:ally Dead." r
NuneGiInDanBlackarbandG BrownlyDeVd
Moeta 0 ope teddteare entitled to a refund of 25 cents. Y'__
dance given by the nurses of the Uni- Those who diad not receive it are asked
Imported Scotch C
versity Training School for Nurses giv- to call for it at QMiss Mildred Sher-I Stage-This Week.
en last night in the parlors of Barbour mnsds ntm fieo h eno
gymnasium. Kennedy's ochestra fur-, women I MSIwitRh- t' h nii fAfiata ... Several Styles to Sele
nished the music. The patrons and I- - I Garrick -- (Detroit) - "Peer i' h prto fiata
patronesses were: Dr. Laurence E.' SLEEP' ANYWHERE, BUT Gn, yteTetrGidJMSKRj01
McCaffrey and Mrs McCaffrey, Dr. A-Il AT T E ' Repertory company. ANNA . NILLSON it works into the soul and i=
brt D. Ruedemann and Mrs. Ruede- I' EAT CATILRE S I I makes and breaks them. But a
manEadCMssBertudeJCHishI. -and--- once it grips them it holds
man n isGrrd .t~sir'72Arbor Street_________________
nss.at o h super intendent of Zer§ State and Packard StreetAsRA NNABR U Tully Mashlh them forever in its thrall.W
Leave Chamber of Commre (ALS~O A BIG COIEDY
_________________________________________Week Das Sundaysr
II45_._m._-4I .: m. "WLLHYT PAY RENTONA ~T,. . DOWN. TOWN-1"

La plot to overthrow the -o
has been Ole)c rted, -,v
to Colon.
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,ANOTHER SCORE FOR THE ARCADE, COMMENCING
SUNDAY FOR LIMITED E4NGAGEMENT FIVE DAYS
ONLY : SUN., MON., TUES., WED., THURS., DEC. 2, 3, 4, 5,6.
ADVANCE SALE OF TICKETS NOW, AT BOX. OFFICE.
NO SEATS RESERVED.
In every knowni anguage.

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ENGLISH, SPANISH,
FRENCH, RUSSIAN,
TURKISH, POLISH,
CZECH-

ruiasg Perlmutter

IHIND4IJAPANESE,
PQRTIJGE SE, ITALIAN,
BELGIAN, GER11IAN,
SWEDISH~

veans

!9to laugh!"

Presenting the most infectious laugh -maker
stage, screen or story has ever known

P'OLA NEG RI In "THE SPANISH DANCER"

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SNAPPY, SERVICEABLE WATERPROOFS
KU fileSd7" with ColleOe men

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With the original stars

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Auto Codis
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and a cast of beauty, including Martha Mansfield, Ben Lyon, Deacia
Twenty Others.

Mooer's, Hops Sutherland and
years in Berlin
years in Petrograd

years on Broadway
year in Sat. Eve. Post
years on tour

t years
in London

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orn the screen at last as the greatest laugh-provoker of the decade

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