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ANUARY 9, 1924t

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iant Dirigible Which, Is Now Aiding In Fleet
M1aneuvers Before Flight For Pole In Sunnnacr

rnns Dean John R. Effinger, of the liter-
C~~a" coIeglI~ NNAL~e, will give 1g
F BENCH PLAY TI jUTS of the plays, April, 29 as the last lr
T ryouts were held ysedy fe-nuai1 Cercle Francais dance, Nwhlich
y yeterdy afer-lure on the Cercle Francais' lectuire
noon for the French play which Is°core

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given annually under the auspices of
the C 'ercle Franca is. This year's
play will be Moliere's "Le Medecin
Malgre Lui". It will be preceded by
a- curtain raiser', a one-act comedy,
'anglais tel jlu'on le, parne" by This-'
tan Bernard.rThe opresentati on.,'will
be May 2 in, Sarahi Caswell Angell
will be held in the Women'ls League

SOPHOMORE EMMNEE11S I
I All candidates for the basket-
Iball team are requested to° report I
Iat 6 o'clock today at Waterman
z rymnasium for p actice.

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The L. S. S. Shenandoah, giant air liner of Rthe U. S. navy, is participating in the winter maneuvers of the
tlantic fleet in solithern waters in preparation for "the flight to the Northi Pole the dirigible will undertake
1is summer under the sponsorship of the government.'

Latest arrivals of Wool Hose from England
and Austria, in n'eights specially suited to
colder r'eat her.' Thc- 'rc of f ine, soft yarn,
wvith patterns of diamond checks and cross-bars
w.oven in by hand.
For the smart skeater rvce have ivarm knlickers
and imported golf hose in _pleasing color and
p~attern combinations.
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lon for prospective members tomor- pae{y abigeUIrst o
s ,imdaeyfloig terpr Exhibit Paintings school use. The text will be trimmed!
Iormance to be held in Sarah Caswell so as to be about two-thirds the sire
Angell hall. Tryouts for membership-I In Mc/IMOr"Ia Hflil of the authorized edi
$!yill be h~eldI Saturday morning in New- o___ f the authorized version.
bterry hall. I-
Two one-act plays will constitute An exhibition of paintings by vel1 Paris, Jan. 8.--Stanislas Colewski
,the Thursday evening program, "The' known Westorn artists opened yes: or- in a paper read to the. Academy of
Key" by Franz Molnar and "At the day, in the upper gallery of Alun2 Sciences, says his exper"iments sitow
1awks' Well," by William Butler ilemorial Hall, where it will remainj that grafting tomatoes on potatoes
Yeats. Both are. unusual in type, and ;adds to the solidity of tomatoes.
Ethe latter~ has never been produced in until the 26th of this month. Includ-
,this country heretofore. They repre- ed in the exhibition are several paint- __________________
, Sent an innovation :in the drama and a ings by Leon Btakst, who is to speak
great deal, of hard work on the part next Saturday night in Hill "Auditor-
~of actors and directing staff,° accord-j lum under the auspices of the Orator-!
'ing to officers of the club. i cal Association. Mr. Bakst's worksJ,
IMarion Miller, '24, will have 'the are to remain this week only. ub
,leading feminine role in At the The exhibition is open to the pub-
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this convenience feature. We want you to tell us
how the cap appeals to you. So we make this offer :

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$25 each; two 4th prizes, $10 each; six 5th prizes, $5
each. Any undergraduate or graduate student is eli-
gible. If two or more persons submit identical slogans
deemed worthy of prizes, the full amount of the prize
will be awarded to each. Contest closes at midnight'
March 14, ;1924. Winners will be announced as soon
thereafter as possible. Submit any number of slogans
but write on one side of paper only, putting name,
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letters to Contest Editor, The J. B. Williams Co.,
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