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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1

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F EHlMiN CYm CLR E S wil e ive cnecin ih h
I i the ne 4ure room on the suoaed
WIL BEIN OMUROW floor. ___L.
Freshman._ gym classes will begin B fr e rig
tomnorrow afternoon according to Dr.!
George A. May of the. physical c m..- Fehe
cation (epartment. Attendance at ~ Frhen f the Unvritlr
opnig s xtemiyiupo~tur ged to attend the Z+rresluan as-
opeing ,,stso s xtrmel imorti semtly to 1)e held ;at 7:15 o'clock,
ant as Dyr. May will snake general re-; izedyct2.Wn..Deer
marks and instructions regarding the ~~dwdy (.2.Wn ~ inr
character of teya'wrathehe(, M c al rii of the underclass (de-yersw
use of' Watermnan gymnasium.an tepartmit~n will pnres>ide over the mteet-
Names of students will be called :lbg, at wh71ich lDeain A. Blarsicy will ad-
avcl places, to stand will be assignd i dregs the yearling.,. The V~i rsity band
at the firsit meeting. Dr. May wse will protvide mosic for [be afi'r.
ac ma to h v hi gy sm ciiand be. ready for work as thero will Taalri~i flith [ iversily golf touirn-
be an outdoor run on the new cinderamrit will 1w rlaeyed off oay aft-
tracwk if time permits. c jaioncV,:a'3')8 oles oca tk e Ann Ar.-
T1his year the six hygiene lccturc 1; b :zglf 6011:13(11

Architectural College I
Recipient Of Valuaibleifts
Several valuable gifts, which. camn soave portfer"; }i eente'l to the collgoe
f) i eused for exhibit purposes, have by Eng lish r~airoaa{1 . The :Elnglisph
been received by the architectural roads beal ; e in lAvcrtising inl a highx
colleg e and will soon be placed Oil class manner and itheir posterCs are
display in that. college. rjho fist of the work of c, pcI'J.eed artists. T he

has sent the architectural

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gaits inciudes a beautifully carved
muaho~any screeni, given by Edmiunds
cofmpany of Chicago, which is= a partI
of the original (designin ade lby Lewis
ILI Sullivan for one of the Cicago:
buslines trtrctures, and is, undoubt -
Sedly one of the riceiest pieces of woodI
carving done in thie United States re-I
Gently.
E~rnest Wilby of the colleg:e of arcll-
itecturo on his return from England,
-whaere he attended an international
conferemce of archiite cts, lbromgli

architectunra1 c(allI. e ha-,,lore tulan
thirty o iepo ers, Which will be
uine la lu models for the (Ira-rifl,;
(:lasses.
York vvJ' 1re wo-'Li eito (ho colie~c la ys
I(Cass Ciire ri r be ar h ilec'of I hat,
sI ut i e. Ehre i ewigswillI form
part of 1Owit ; A f('O iC!i 1.Ia1a c on-
( 'rl n!"; archdi[c<tt reI 1histoury :Ahlt
tilt .. arht Aual 1toidl "", kig.
Tihe F"(-ards' - l 'V 'a udli r comanyl-

series' of 'models in clay, wax, and
copper showing the Asteps a de ig n
'of a. chanrleher nderges;, 5in ithe pro-
cess of mnaking a s1andlard A~riu for
manufactriing chandetftlier tin large
numbers.
WHAT'SGOING Ci
Notices to appear ill this colnmn :must
he hit ill tlic bo:;at '.heIDaily offic
vrnNvidc:d for that punrp'oeh-yfore }
o'clo ck leeceing thn: clay of issue.
lie I c,
~ :GI -~~cuhoue atWt'lcy ell

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church. I Evanston, 11L., Oct. 18.-A silver cup
6 :30--Wesley au guild. meets at Mleti- and a prize of $350 are being offered
odist chuitrch.
S O-ogeaiia ito~pcuein a natin-wNide contest under the '.1u-8:0-oerl-toa oin. lt
"Gunpy"spices of Northwestern University
service, Cunp. School of Speech, to the group of
..A. American underg;raduate students
MON DAY ....... ..... who mrost effectively produce and act
I :00(-Tcain returnis at Michigan Celi- a one;-act (drama at Northwestern u4-
trap station.I iversity on Jan. 1, 1925.
4:15-Lecture by Prof. Charles de la
Vallee-Poussin in room 231, Literary' V-I -
building.I
"a :00~)-- Vear sity (,',ee clulb rehearsal, au- Aratorical Assn Program'
ditorium of School of MusicLa tC nc
U-OIE

Senior pictures are onl sale at fahe
'P'nisian office from 2 to 5 every aft-s
ernoon until Thanksgiving.
AMI campus orbganizations, fraternities,
sororities, and societies must have
their contracts for organizatioxn'
>iace in the Michiganensian office
by Nov. 1.

To Get Course Tickets,
rice $2.50 at Boy~office
I-ll Aud., Tues. Oct. 21
1 :30,.5:30.

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"Captain Bl!ood" is a story of those adventurous anld ronan-
tc. days of the l ate seventeenth ce.ntury when men wereCOP.-
lemnned as slaves K 111 crufel King. jalnnfn2, and bc~nes
terrorized the colonists of tte Nce t 1blclics and mechainL vessels
Dn the hig,-h seas.

It. is a romnce of the sea in days when buccanecys ruled
the Spz~niI, Main, written by one of the greatest living authors,
~t auth or of those tremendous spectacles "Scaramouche" and
( crSea H.'awk'-".. Raf ael Sabatini, the Modem r Dumna.
"Ca ptain 1B1ocd'" is Sabatini's greatest novel.

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Wuerth Concert
Orchestra
iN. 1). FALCO L, JDirector
Pres enting
The Original MIusleal Qcore Used
by the Astor 'theatre, Newv York
City. for "Caitaiin Blo:

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this is the best story I have readt
sizrcc '1The Count of Monte
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of the greatest books of the

-Scglhedule of Shows-
Sunday 2 :00-3 :40-5:20-7 :00-8:40 r
Wmeek Days----2 :00-3:30-7 :00-8:40

THE SPLENDID CAST INCLUDES
JEANPAIGE-ALLEN F E1-"VS' --TIS iA AN- CHARLOTTE MERRIAM
BERTRAM GARAS' V-J E3 ~IS N and WILFRED NORTH
TO !NS URE GOOD SEATS THE MAN-
AGEMENT REQUESTS THAT' YOU
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COMEDY
CHARLES CHASE
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POPULAR PRICES
Week Day Matinees, 35c
Sundays and Evenings, 50c
Children, 20c

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