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SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 1925

THTE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FAVOR TIOM WORK OF JNO IL

AMY LOOMIS PRAISED

Glee Club Gives ยข
Concert To Aid y
Masonic Orphanage; G.
Th niversity Gil's G(eflub bwill .-.
make their next Ipublic appearance at !w
an 0111 ertain ment t0 be given on March
26 in the auditorium of the Masonic
Temple. The entertainment will be
given by the local chapter of the
:astern Star Association and for thel
benefit, of the Eastern Star Villa, a
Masonic orp)hanage at Adrian, Michi-j
gani. The Glee Club will be assisted
in their program by a reading given
by Evelyn M. Murray '27. The Glee
Club will give the following program:
Program.I
1. We're Here ...........Lonman '121
2. Volga Boat Song..Russian Folk'
Song
3. Lasie 0' Mine............ Walt
Glee Club

Vocal Solo............. Selected
Member of Glee Club
Selection.........
Glee Club Quartet
Reading... .... .Selected
Evelyn M. Murray

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Last night's presentation markedj
the close of "Castles in Spain" the 21
annual offering of the Junior women, I
six performances of which have been
given at ;the Whitney theatre during
t~he past week Attendance has been
uniformly. good and the audiences
very appreciative according to Nor-
ma Bicknell, '26, general chairman, andII
arif we are to judge by these signs and
the praise of the critics the play was
an even greater success than was
last year's production.
Following the tradition which barred
men entirely for many years, no men,
were admlitted to the first performance 1
which was given Tuesday night. Thej
audience was made up almost ex-
clusively of senior women, dressed,
in cap and gown, in whose honor itt
was given. Following a banquet at
the Union, they marched to the Whit-
ney 400 strong, anti gave the play the I
first of the enthusiastic welcomes
nwhich have met it throughout the "
Week.
Wednesday night, the general public
was admitted for the first time. Crit-
icisms have been unanimous in call-
ing this play directed by Miss Amy I
Loomis, '22, a decided success. Coin-
parison with the Union opera has,
been decidedly in favor of the former.
The play itself, written by a comn-
mittee composed of Ruth Carson,
chairman, Helen Ramsay, and Lucy
Wilson is concerned with a party of
Michigan students and professors and
their adventures during a trip to
Spain in search of a treasure with1
which to support the building of the
Woman's League building. The sec-
ond act has thus been given by means.
of costumes and dancing, a decidedlyI
y Spanish coloring. The 'superiority
of the costuming, especially, has ar-
oused considerable comment. These
were made especially for the p~roduc-
tion by Christy and Co. of New York,
who also imported the Spanish shawls,
all of which are new, especially for'

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this use. This is the first time in the
history of Junior flays that costumes
have been ordered tron a large cos-
tumner.
Those of the cast who have been
accorded the most favorable comment
are Mary Lou Miller as Jose, Margaret
Effinger as Mr. Billings, Marguerite
Ainsworth, as, Spry, and Dorothy Waldo
as Jim Bentley. The lancing of
Dorothy Krause, also, has been most
favorably received.
"The crowning gift to wom-
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We are now, prepared to
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Return of the Miost Dlelightful as Well as Most Successful Musical
Play in tlie.Entire History of tinelAmeican Stage
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