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'-vED E 'fir 4DECET'TER 14. 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY I

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SELCT'ROP ~4QFUTURE U ___O
VIW HALL STILL YSIFE NEW YORK
PRODUCiTIOIN BYPLA
.wLYSSES LABORATORY
P t j c il f l yi vb'I '? E V N I,4R 'd "N ! IU ) BY 'i TYO I I
" I eI! A 1Mist" illI Co~nclude 'Series
CI ii Il'After ( Iiismnaus
Miatcher Hughes' play, Hell Bent .
Fs ^r Heaven, frined the vehicle pio-;s
ction lyeste dayby theolaboratoiy r^'''
seto fplay podcton Tisva { a ;.
given before a private and~ invited au- w

I rosseau Committee EFF INGER WILL Cosmopolitan Grou p ,LANE HLA LL WILL
"ADDRESS SasUMitiaionHAVE LECTURERS
Acts On Applicants Da ALUMNIfigeo teCl- tge ntitin'sx pro ilineit members of 016A
])can'fJoulty .avtfioglr,1of thetCoS-eakS"X
At n~ig f te l~~t ('nflitt~ lgeof Literature, science and the3~i1 ii\ )i ~C~ oseka
t ametin o th lcalcomiteeArtys ill addrtess a luncheon meet-; More than 20 members were in- Lane hall during the secocnd semhes-
ofl the Brosseau Foflhldat ion. Mo~nday, hlg of the0 1ni1ersity of. Michligan'itiated ilit o the Cosmopolitan (11111) ate6r. 'These men, who .are Pre~ident
~?di~n w toI ken upon 14 aplica-i Club of Detroit, Salturday noon1, Jan1. !its mIin jg recently at Lane hail. The aec .Litefenhgh abt
tn. an onI ee ali 14 , in the Hotel Statler. ilitattes comei from all corners of til~ ean Carl Iluber, D~r. Arthur L. Crons;,
dons. lans oi Oleis F onealo;oa series of Lunch- globe, Siam. China, Albania, Hungary. Prof. Preston Slosson and Howardl
will hemade, sbject t certis iddi onlueyae engteae a

tio)nal information yet to be olbtanlied.
The Brosseau Foundation is the
l:arget single! loan fund f )r the bente-
lit of 1(neety studeiits of the University.
It w;as e stablished last spring;, and
amotints to more than $120,000, the in-
come from7 whirlh is available for
loans to stuidenlts.

eous planned by _Louis 1d. Reindel and, Italy, Canada, Germany and the Phil-
his c'ommtittee for lhe pur'pose ofj aplpines. Tphis is the last formal init-
stressing the academic side of IUiver- iation the club will hold this year.
sity life, It is not an invitation af-
fair and all D~etroit alumni will be This year more than 50 per cent of
welcome to hear Dean Effinger. the students of Robert college, an
Plans are being made to have at American institution in Constanti-
least part of the Glee club there to en-; nople, are Turks, as compared with
tertain with songs. only 5 per cent lbefore the war.

ly as representative meen rather than
nmemb~ers of the faculty, and are goivg
to use as their subpect their owil
experience as an interpretation of
life. The Students Christian associa-
tion expects this to be one of the
Imost interestilug features of its spring

lb fill

-Ialle 's Ciocks

dience, as bave' all of these try-out's
presentations. It followed the play- F,
ing of Ijulu Vollmer's "Sun-Up" M~on- X
(lay atenonanid*'of three others
afno given last week.. Today "Evening
Dress Indispensable," by Roland Pert-r
wee, and "Love In a 1Vist," by Gilbert
Emecry will ,ct$nclude the ser ie~s uintil.............
after the Christmas holidays, whv' nr
Philip Biarriys "The Youngest" and a
translation of Herman Blahr'sw "The r s
Coincerl" will be g~tven. Mn
The lab~ratory performances are
lie result of the first comlete courseVi J f
in play prodlucti on andI (irection' cat=-
Pied out at the University, andi they
are under the supervision of EarlX
Fleisehnman, direct or> of the depart-
m ent. .Irom n am ong , the num ber thatha e b e gi e du i g t e l s twwe k on w ll) e e e t d f r z l e ;"
haeenien(lrn the astetwo,
Ja:n. 17. Cas t for these public p~ro-
ductions (10 not necessarily follow the
original laba~i{ory cast, but are
drawn from al 1_ ;am pus try-outs. "The
Romantic Young Lady' >' which is play- Who has purchased Tormany If
ing this week at the Mimes theater, is "Wigwam" will lie used. still n in iins
a product of the laboratory method. 1<868 in the dlays of "Bloss" Twed(as b~
This involves student construction of dictatoirs of the politics' of Now 'uorR
scenery in stagecraft courses as well reported to be $$750,000.
as dramatic handling. Negotiations ar e tunder way to)bit
Atodd,4 Displayed. T'armany in uptowvn New Yorli_
Coincident with the private show- LAPORTE 4ALUAAriT
ings there is on display in the work- ___L___
shop of Jle:(.( xre in University hall
auditorium a display of several mina- A new 'University of Michigan (clulb
ture models of? :sets for the different 1has Just been formed in LaPorte, Iii-
plays, complete to the last detail. Ad- d iana, according to Hawley Tapping,I
mission to they performances will beI field secretary of the Alumni associ-
granted to arid-; one intereste d, andI tion. of the University, who has lust
who will apply for a card of admis- returned froni a trip which included
sotoM.F~Iktclman. that city.
inhoar. ela, rdi atn sjOne of the first actions of the inee
Richarde reports, wasdto istacting as
technical direct,)r and graduate as- cuh po swIt utimi i
sistant in the department. Woellhaf4 gift of a Michigan iHonor tr ophy: for
wsprominent~in various campus (ra-
matic production's during the last few°!,
seasons. Charles Green, a graduate
of the Universityof klahirma and who
came to the U iniversity with Prof. 41
Janms M. O'Neill from the University..............'}..

all, or 'or whlat pmp1 ose the historic
a mystery. The structure, vhich since
been the home of the Tamma ey, society,j
City, lhas recent ly been soai[or a sume
uIld a now center for the activities of
sthe local high school. This tropihy is
a bronze pllaque which has space pro-
>ivitied for the names of the annual win-
n ers oif the trophy to be inscribed.
Awards are made ''for outstanding
attainment in scholarship, athletics,
andI leadership.'' Out of a possible
100 p)oints, 25 are assigned to schrolar-
shilp, 25 to athletics, and 50 to the
quality of leadership.

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