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NOTABLES OAN PROGRAM
(Special to The Daily)
CHICGO, eb.10.--Coach Fielding'
' H Yost, director of intercollegiate
9athletics at the University, of Michi-
gan and for the past; 25 years coach
Sof Michigan's football teams, will de-
liver one of the principal addressesj
wat the ninth annual dinner of the in-
terfraternity Association of. Chicago,
which will be held. at 6:30 o'clock
tomorrow night at the Drake hotel.
Included on the same program will
be a speech by former Gov. Frank 0.
Lowden, of Illinois, who will deliver
his oration on Abraham Lincoln, and
x'aj. Thornton A. Mills, of the in-
~telligence corps of the air service,,
who will speak on the "Inspiration of
a Fraternity Life". Richard Henry
1i.ttle, "R. H. L.", who conducts the
g "Line", daily humor column of The!
SChicago Tribune, will act as toast-
'° master, a position he has filled at the
4last two banquets. Four football stars I
19 from Chicago anid Northwestern, Tim
4 owry, Northwestern captain, "Moon"j
B aker, Northwestern captain-elect,
Bill Henderson, captain of the Chi-
}cago Maroons, and Wallie Marks, cap-
tain-elect, will be among the guests.
Enertainment for th-4 banquet will
~be furnished by "Husk" O'Hare's or-
Schestra of Chicago, stars of- musical
A comedies now playing in Chicago
theaters, and the Chicago police de-
partment octette. Undergraduates of
,universities near Chicago are expect-
ved to join the alumni fraternity men
din attending the banquet.
Coach Yost of Michigan will speak
Oon some of the problems associated
*with the administration of athletics
inthe Western Conference. His
speech, together with that of ex-Gov-
,ernor Lowden, will be broadcast by
tiVN, the Chicago Tribune radio sta-
*ion, located at the Drake hotel. WON%,.
,which broadcasts on a 302.8 meters
vave length, will go on the air at 7
Ao'clock with the banquet entertain-
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Arcade-- "Seven Sinners," with
Mlajes ic--'here Faces East."
Wuerth-'*Thc Royle Girl," fea-
turing Carol Dempster.
Garrick (Detroit) - "S tol1e nFri.
Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit) --
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Editor by 4 P. M.
Mandolin club meets at 4 o'clock in
Lane hall auditorium.
z Prof. Oscar J. Campbell of the Eng- (
lisp department lectures on "Shakes-f
peare's .Italian Com~edies" at 8:15 0'
clock. in room D,, Alumni Mpinorial
A freshman play will be the feature
1of a Valentine party at Wesley hall
All members of the Varsity swim-
ming team will meet at 5 o'clock at
Ironwood-Michigan club will meetl
at 7:30 o'clock in room 304, Union.
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