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SATUJRDAY, JANUIARY 22, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

rAGE THREg

?AG~ THRI~E

PLAN ENTERTAI'N'MENT1 Navy Airplanes Practice For Guanatanamo

Bay

Maneuvers

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Y ockford !tim er11Will Pr esent Six ; ..:." :;
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A s oi:e or ,1,it3" entertainment few - :' si?ii:.i> ii>: ':..:v':::::::::.
ture;; of the 1927 Sumnier session, ar- ..
raingemnents havtie been made whereby:r<.;.:"".
liQck.forid 1Players of Rockford, Illinois, {":r , > .:":.
under the lirlC tizr n of Robert Hender- .. .... '
,son, '25, will pr:ceent a series of plays >;:{; ".,.. ..
extenidini- c,.e' ra period of six weeks,..
ard i 1Z .t -:rdwardo-":. >Kraus,, deano
of the summ>>er ses,.;on. :::**.-.;: ' ::.:s. .:
: nclu(Ied ii the c;ast of the Rock-
ford P'tayers 4 are Reynolds Evans, who::1r es o
t for five year::; xas associatedl with ii::t
Wl hmde Elili rdnKarns, <and Amy Loomnis, '22. lDur- ~ .~"
ing theperiod of their engagement ' :".J,;.{{.... ..>:
they wvil l present six plays, each to l*ae t r e o 'f ur p r o m n e .T i
is' ihinila to the practice 'that was .
followed ini the Suinmer session pro- '" ./::. f".?M^ .:"'::..
gramn last. year when a series of per- _
formrances wvere given by "The'Play-
ers," a company also under the direc-; In preparation for maneuvers a
tion of Henderson. at San Diego, Calif., is staging practi
The tcntati 7 program is composed California city.
of: "The 'Last of Mrs. Cheney," a
cmdby reeikLons~dale; IBer- IBuldng Ri
nard Shaw's " Fanny's First Play;"J Law Bu lig lli
Farquhar's "The Beaux Strategem;" Ha e"A pI c
"Hay Fever" by Noel Coward; "The EH v 'E. P la c
y Kick-In" by Willard Mack, and Gor-
don Bottomnley's "Gruach.'" As a result of steady work on the
The plays are being- sponsored by prfte Bidn n rud e
theAluna conci o th nIivrsiypartment a dumb waiter elevator,
and all protiits realizedi from the pro- w ,hhqh in ntriti~~

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fNEED Y CHILDREN OFFERED FAIRER School Closes When
CHANCE ToATTEND SUMMER CAMP Students 'alk-out'
B etter organization in obtaining, The picture shows views of the camp Yaei-hnteolInitto
children in need of assistance to go to at Patterson lake. The playgrounds,' of higher learning with western stand-
the Fresh Air camp has been achieved beach, tents, and eating hall are ad ntePoic fHnn n
this year, according to Theodore R., shown besides other points of inter- laedantha rvnha, w aforc d t
Hornberger, '27Ed, who has recently Eest. 1loseae tC. anheaaNsfoced of
been appointed superintendent of the The camp has been held for the last coeDc 10 for the blneo h
camp for next summer. It is expected six years under the auspices of the' term ending Jan. 20, according to6 an
that the organizations in the cities' Student 'Christian association. It has announcement issued by the board of
of Ann Arbor, Jackson and Detroit previously lasted for six weeks with !rseso htisiuin
will have a better idea of what is de- about 120 boys spending two weekstrsesothtittuo.
sired at the camp and this way thej of that time there. In this way more~ The faculty was forced to close the
underprivileged children will have a than 350 boys are accommodated. It school, the statemefit says, after an
fairer chance.I is indicated now that there will be an outside group, with Communistic
A one reel motion picture was taken extension this year to eight weeks in principles, had brought about a strike
at the camp last summer and will be order to take care of a larger number of students in the middle school, and
shown soon at some of the fraternity of boys. had forced men in the College of Arts
houses and other meeting places in Anyone interested in taking a posi- and Sciences to go out on a sympa-
order to arouse interest in the camp.s tion as tent leader is asked to apply. thetic strike,

Are You All Set for Sunday, Jan. 23?

it Guantanamo Bay, Cuba., the aircraft squadrbn of Uncle Sam's battle f:
ice flights. Five planes in "V" formation are pictured here flying over

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LAST TIMES TODAY
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ductions will go to the building fund
of the Womzen''s league. T1he perform-
ances will be given in Sarah CaswellI
Angell hall.
NEW YORK.-Roger Bresnahan has
been signed to assist Sohn McGraw.
with the New York Giants.

the south end of the first floor of the
Law building for the past two mionths1
is expected to be completed within theJ
next few days.
'BRADFORD, Eng.-"Tail lights" for
horses are to be instituted in this city.j

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