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PAG ETWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MAY 3 19'?,

400 Requi

chairman of the Senior bril commlit- worked ou which will compie
*est tee, anlnounced yesterday that there is. transfornm the Union hallrooin

Iet ely
thoe

A s u e Se i r a p8iii that a few m ore appli-t
317ii;"(* c f'III it :'lvisahie o1' 1
y Tlhat the ;;'o 1: 1 ii xiii he it' V. 'ill the i=iadc inl I'Te w ilaily.
K.. 1ec 1 iv l tr .;e (Olti.;._ t. , i i iig n F\'1O Fs :1.:^;- . j l 181 ( .
the otallliillbl' Iil~(It abl o r ittolls msc 1"0' t'ofhTe (leam-
tickets eustrbtolt m"i<l1)1ciithu I3li. 1'IIVCS ;h~lVO I(?tilj wdrt1CTt(
of the (<'1';: ._ MUII: . )lili'('l, 'ate . ;131(1i 81) ('Liht ll ate t.( (?',( 3clit IVC' cct'rC it'

night of :May 22.
'1 K u r liliittIee its ldwrge 0f the
1 hall in as Wiows: Mark H11 Ificld,
'25. elia; Mice Pomel, '25, anal
fv: l 'V':; Tow.bridge'. '25, decoratiols;
Ia esTrudetl 1. '25, and JaumesPen
tts, .1,.,,25.1tic k(AIs : Marlcs NV% Mer-
lrim11a1,'2 C io ais;\Vllam W
IKero,'2511 iSunuis ; M~en MA Graves,
'210, ( a w',ojo m; \Vlliaiti H. Sione-
181, '25,publicityV.

WHAT'S GOING ON
Noutices to appear in this column must
be left in rice box at the 14;ly office
trovilI('d for 'Prat Ipureose before 4
c 'clock 7r er-piJ.l:y ise clay of issue.
S4UN DAY
!0:4,') lDr. Anders4)II Spieak" on
"('hoosinig ca1Life -Work,'" at tho
P I s y e r -Ci. . M u tl us by le a d lis -sf i4 e nt
di. i81i01 i ss at the 1Pe yter-
ian (i 11111211,
- 4'4:PIils'Il l ci '111) iIIlees IIILaw-
lii lI.

5 :30-Studeuit supper and fireside
chat at the Congregational church.
The topic for discussion is "F'ra-
ternities and Sororities."
:>:130- oiad Iiiint- all he PrewsbYter-
ian church.
6 :30-Younig Pe~i)1&5 iii~eI ii 'at. the
Presbyt erian chulrch.
:1l5---Jewkih MItude #. t~la'I'eg';ai lrl
meets in Lane hall. Liiion (If of-
ti cers.
8:00---'totion piture service :11, 411e
Congregational (11111-0 ; IRobert;
Mantall and Alma Rulh)Qs in "in-
4cer thme Red Robe."

MONDAY,
4 O--'ltryouts for thce Senior ploy arel
held in Newberry hail auditorium.
I4,-4'ictlty} of the literry college
meets in room 2225, Angell hall.
I :3I0--F'eicers meet omn the secon1d
floor of Waterman gymnasiumi. El-
ecl ion of officers.
,o:(1--Stiident (observers in iDetroit
schlools meet in room 1115, appan
hall,
7 :(t1-Phi Latubda, Up4silon ni-eets in
room 303, Chemistry building.
7:.11-11r. IV. K.Bradbuiry of the N1.-
agara F'alls Power company, gives
an illustrated lecture in Nata-ra4

IScience audlitorium.
i $:O-4'rad nate Engli1I i Ou mnctt%;
in room 302, 1-nion,
ini room M-224, Nar ,t rl Sin
building.
b~or Art asgoiaintion view hItutetna
tional E'xhibition of p it isin
Alumni Memorial hall.
C hampig+n, Ill., lMay 2.-- -Teai dol-
Iars is the amount sptent ;iiu ually by
the average student ?patron 01 1 heo
post office hiero, based on lsty al'>
records%

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Screen SupremacyI
'Signtijicarriin us M/eaning
Superbly P rOdued, Peter Pan Is Going To
Charm You Whether You W1e Light or Eighty!
IT STA NIIS BY ITSELF A S IS'1 NUT '' A('I1IVE.lM;-"E t IN MzfTION PICTU [RE ART
ENACTRI? BY
BETTY BRONSON ERNEST TORRENCE
(AS P1 iTl ~P_(AS (-'ATAI'\ 110010
CYRIL CHADWICK, VIRGINIA BROWN FAIR, VANNA MAY WONG
AND A HOST' OF YOUR FAVORITECEBRTS

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The magic of the screen b~rings Barrie's Imo ls
masterpiece to you a thousand times grt'att'r even'1
than thle play, which has chiarmed mtil lions ini its
t wenty-one years of unequaled popularity.
BETTY TIRONSON, Barrie's own echoic, is the

ideal Peter Pan. Ernest Torrence is a. marvelous
('apt ai) 110(1k. The balance (of the niever-dyillg
C (ha racters-are por'trayed by a. cast of superb Illayel's
e:llccilally chosen by Vamous Players-because" of
their fitness for their parts.

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