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December 11, 1927 - Image 3

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SUNDAY, DCME 1 C ~FMC-IA AL

T E MICA T A ): IL's'

PAGE THREE

SEAT S ON ALE
FOR COM ED BY
CLASS PT AYRSIJ
(:4u~tp T1iis WeekI
D)espit e the suifii :of.(dramfaticendi-
terprise because of theOperai comp~eti-
tion all last %eel, tickets are sellingr
well for the Pla'y.Prioduction offering
of "Thle Romantic Young Ladly," mlod-1
ern Spanish conledy by Martinez Sier-
ra, which nJil be given rTvesdjy.
VWdnesday, and Thursday of thisI
week, mark i the final legitimate l
dramatic attraction on the campus be-
fore the Chiristma s holidIays. Colnpli-
cations in dates for renting the Mimles
theater forced fthe postponement 01:
this apiece fromn eanlier in the season,
and the re4Fitant. three dlates are all
that it wvill ~play.
"The Rto1taitick Young Lady" is
unique in character", and is thought ton
afford a~n intrstin g comparison with
American and Eunlish, work of the
same type. It is a romantic episode
in the mnodern, ife of Madrid.
Helen Work nap. '30b, Richard Woel-
haf, Grad, and chanrles Green, Grad,
will carry the prin~ci])al roles. T11e
direction of the Niece was lone by
Earl Fleischman, director of the

courses ill pIUY iu' il ct101 11 i(1 ~L i
eialtand al 011 he etsdere ,r1f -
bys geaf iasisaue ed

PLISHBOOK BY
LATE LATIN HEAD
"!,in afid C reep in American EA-r
tl iion is the title o1 the po"1thuiiis
101)ii~i 01 r01tilelate hl'i 1 '~X
NIisey iii'r head of tle Lat in de-
I'm(i tit; here. It is pu(b~lihed thriougli

Mei'lill nand is i t~ed ifn their (iini -
1)0 pt0f A i h g n p b i , l n r i e' k rs a t r e at~tis e o il th e r e la tio n o f
the e] U ssies 10 miiodeii edlicati(oll, ll
is a 11 fl ,1 ill1)1 ,ilillm X ) l1'us o1 the
I(1i7l~rmu, ill in h i ts helis 'old
u1e I°:'le, sucel <,.; hankers, the
ecolu,. i .t 'iiiliterata, aind the'like.

Rhodes Applicants
M, eet fAt Luncheon
SNNl'1101 ' I ?mad e stI'?t~d IX of
:fl itl aitWS aIipojil meldtfoerhI~odes,
schliilh:,?ipts o Oxfiord ltuniver'sit y, foi-

loiga luncheon attended by the X10'
candlidate s and the committee of se-
leItct ion. The annual awards were
w(lle in 22 states yesterday, one-third
of t li state Fs being omitted each year.
The re were-496 contestants from 190
colleges au tid universities. One will be
selecteld from each eligible state.

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