MHERST STUDENT ISi Music And Drama
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"TIMES, NEW~S CONET
TONIGHT: Mimes present the
Robert E. Sherwood satire,
"'he Queen's Husband" in
their theatfe, beginning at
8:15. Curtain at 8:30 o'clock.
ALEXANDER L. MILCH W I N S CORRECTION
$500 CURRENT EVENTS
A WAR DThe two original full length
A W Aplays which were winners in the re-
cent full length play-writing con-
E..S. BROWN AIDS JUDGING test will be produced at some time
in the future by Play Production.)'
Number Of Michigan Contestants Although no definite date has been'
Showed Large Increase set for the productions it is stated l
Over Last Year 'definitely that they are to be giv-
en some time by the laboratory3
Alexander L. Milch, a senior at stheatrery
Amherst, college, has been declared g
the winner of the national prize of "THIS YEAR OF GRACE"
$500 for the New York Times Inter-
Starting Sunday night at the
collegiate, Current Events contest.1lCass Theatre, and running for a
Robert L. Stern of Williams and Or- week's engagement is Charles B.
rin H. Clark of Columbia were Cochran's London Revue, "This
given honorable mention. Year of Grace." A musical extrav-
The winner was selected by an aganza in two acts and twenty'
executive committee of the Times scenes, with an unusual cast which
academic council, the prize being is entirely English save for the star,
awarded to the author of the best Beatrice Lillie, a Canadian, this
paper of those submitted from 20'musical comedy is purported to be
colleges and universities. The paper one of the best in years
submitted by each school was pre-
viously adjudged the best in that For the past half-year, the play
institution. The committee was has been running in London and
composed of Prof. Ellen D. Ellis of New York, and is now making only .
Mount Holyoke, Prof. Henry B. a limited tour including the cites
Huntington of Brown, and Prof. of Philadelphia, Chicago, Detroit,
Robert E. Cushman of Yale. land Cleveland. It was by special
At a meeting of the council in arrangements that the Detroit run1
which Prof. Everett S. Brown of was finally. included in the itiner-
the political science department ary as Miss Lillie whose success has
represented Michigan, held in New been so outstanding, is leaving for
York Saturday, it was decided thatEc
the- contest for next year will be England at the close of the run.
held in February or March, 1930,' The entire company presenting
a definite date to be established in the play is composed of nearly a
the near future by the 20 schools hundred people, including the us-
participating. The examination will ual score of principles. Noel Cow-
cover news events from March 1, ard is the author of the book, mu-
1929, until the date of the contest. I sic and lyrics.
The members of the councill
vouchsafed the opinion that it was Three performances of "The
extremely advantageous to hold the Queen's Husband" by Robert Em-
contest early in the second semester met Sherwood remain on the
ratherthan late in Spring, as it had boards at Mimes theater. The
ben held previous to this year. Thepoua oeywl epae o
earlier date not 'only avoided the popular comedy will be played to-
rush of college work at the close of!night and tomorrow night as well
the semester, but also made it pos-! as tomorrow afternoon.
sible to prepare for the next Hugh Claney, '30, and Daniel H.
examination before the summer Buell, '30, were respectively elect-
vacation. ed President and Vice-President of
Professor Brown stated that Mich- IMimes at a recent meeting, it was
igan had one of the greatest in- 'announced yesterday. In addition
creases in the number of contes- Kenneth S. White, '29, was elected
tants of all the colleges entered, 28 to membership in that organiza-
students participating this year as ton.
against 17 last year. The local win-
ner was Orsamus M. Pearl, '29, The
second prize, for underclassmen
only, was won by Victor Rabinowitz,
'31; and third prize was awarded to I
Allan R. Moore, '29. Wei
It was disclosed at the council.I
meeting that a canvass of the num-
ber of contestants for outstanding I I(~(
prizes in scholarship indicates thatl SC H O O L .
the Times Current Events contest
heads the list. Investigation of theI
records of participants shows that Good Food -
it attracts students of unusually Pleasant Sur
high academic quality.
Phi Eta Sigma Elects C nto
Houck To Presidency to
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Two men were initiated and offi-
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freshman honorary scholastic so-
Matinee and Night
will be the last
chance to see
a brilliant comedy
by Robert Emmet
with an all-star cast
For reservations, Call 4151
or go to box - office,
Prices: Nights 75c, $1.
Matinee: 50c and 75c
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LIGHT LUN CHES
After all's said and done,
ciety, Wednesday afternoon. Presi-
dent for the coming year is Ken-
neth Houck, '32. Maurice R. Low-!
enstine, '32, is vice-president, and
Lyle F. Zisler, '32A., is secretary and
Phi Eta Sigma activities during
the past year were reviewed by Har-
old B. Palmer, '31, retiring presi-
dent, and a report on the status of
the honor system was given by
Douglas L. Edwards, '31. The in-
itiates were Adolph R. Bohn, '32E.,
and Lyle F. Zisler, '32A.
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