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FRIDAY, NOVIEMBER 5, 1926
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ALUMNAE .ToSPONSOR l Play InStage
MARK TAdaptation Of Poem
Daughter Of Famous Author To
Appear For Benefit Of League At'
REVISION IS BY HAINES
Representing the "Maid of Orleans,"
Clara Clemens (Mrs. Gabrilowitsch)
will appear Wednesday, Nov. 10, at
Hill auditorium through the efforts
of the alumnae to benefit the Women's'
league. Madame Clemens will inter-
pret the title role in the drama "JoanI
of Arc" which is the stage adaptation
of the narrative poem "Recollections
of Joan" written by her father, Mark
The poem has been revised by Donal
Hamilton Haines into two acts of nine
scenes beginning with the tale of
Joan's childhood and ending as the
"Maid" leaves her prison cell and
starts for the stake. The high points
of her life are pictured on the stage
linked together by a chronicle. The
production does' not aim to be a spec-,
tacle, rather the attention is focused l
upon Madame Clemens as she inter-
prets the young Joan.
The production as it will appear in
Ann Arbor and throughout this season
is directed by Paul Stephenson who
managed the Ypsilanti Players last
year and the University Players dur-
ing their season here last summer.
Madame Clemens is supported by an
able cast. Morris Ankrum. who was
leading man for Laurette Taylor in
several Broadway productions. Horace
Lintz, a well known star in New York
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RFACH HALF OF GOALI
THIRD AY OFDRIVEI
Receipts of the first two days of the
Y. W. C. A. finance drive amounted to
$1,083.25 according to reports of theI
team workers at the luncheon for all
soliciters. Thursday noon. $455 of the
total amount represents the proceedsj
of the second day. Many of the work-
ers, however, have failed to make any
report on their soliciting and it is
urgently requested that they attend
the luncheons which are being given
daily at Newberry hall,and make their
report at this time.
The Y. W. hopes not only to make
this campaign a financial success, but
to foster a wider knowledge of the or-
ganization among the women of
Michigan. The Y. W. C. A. has a pur-
pose quite different from any other
campus organization, which is ex-
plained by its informational folder,
which is being distributed by the
The work of the organization is
varied. Through the World Fellow-
ship group, international friendships
are fostered, and a wider sympathy
between races is created. Through the
community service group, opportun-
ities for service in community agencies
are offered to students with practical
training in Americanization and girls'
club work. The social service com-
mittee offers similar opportunities to
teach grammar school subjects to chil-
dren at the University hospital and
also practice in occupational therapy.
The leadership commission, a group of1
20 sophomore women, gives aid to
freshmen during registration and
throughout the year.
There will be a Women's league
party from 4 to 6 o'clock today in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Senior Hockey Team F. Miller...............S.Sras
DLyons ......... F......L. Kahn
Defeats Sophomores E. Smithers .....L. F... M. Allshouse
N. Vincenti .....R. H..... E. Verdier
Desperately fighting to break the . Hartwig .....C. H.......L. Walsh
tie which ended the game between the J. Jones . . . . . L. H.. . . . ..L. Field
! E. Grinnell ......R. W......M. Drifu
Sophomores and Seniors last Tuesday G. Hawkins .....R. I...... G. Gulich
the two teams battled again today V. Johnson ......G. F.... H. Searight
with the result that the Seniors won F. Holmes ......L. I..... M. McNally
2-1. The game was called on account R. Strasser ......L. W. .... E. Doster
of darkness Tuesday and today the
final quarter was finished. Miss Kappa Delta announces the pledg-
Laurie Campbel when interviewed ing of Janet Jones, '29, of Pittsburgh,
after the game said, "The Seniors and Nellie Hoover, '28, of Pittsburgh.
completely outplayed the Sophomores.,
The passing between the players of
the forward line of the Senior team
was splendid but their defense was
weak. This weakness must be re-y
medied before the elimination tourna-
ment games begin next week. Part
of the trouble with the Sophomore
team was their loss of several of their
best team members because of illness.
However, they will be in the lineup
next wek." The lineup yesterday was
Vlrs. Ossip Gabrilowitsch
Mrs. Cabrilowitsch, daughter of
Mark Twain will play the title role in
the production of "Joan of Arc," a
stage adaptation of the narrative poem
"Recollections of Joan," written by,
her father, which will appear at Hill
auditorium, Wednesday Nov. 6, underJ
the auspices of the University ofj
Michigan alumnae, for the benefit of
the Women's league fund.
and Eric Klewer, who played with the
University piayers last summer are
also in the company.
Alpha Chi Omega' announces the
pledging of Elizabeth White '30, of
Cincinnati, O., and Katherine Camp-
bell, '28, of Detroit.
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N _) T I C E S 1 come the winner. The winners of the
class sections will play each other
A special dinner will be served at Christmas cards and seals will be
the Y. W. C. A. Coffee room in New- sold for the benefit of the Women's
berry hall from 11:30 until 1 o'clock
Saturday because of the football game. league beginning next week. The sale
All class tennis matches must be will be held from 12 to 1 o'clock and
played off by Saturday. If they are f from 6 to 7 o'clock at the Lantern
not the woman in the lead of the class Shop, also at league houses, dormi-
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