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;UNDAY, FEPltATY 24, 1020

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ALUMNI CRUSADE
ESNTTIN F RAATCURDCTN ,SEESIWA GAMEi
W IL B E ",IA C ISeve lnty st ong , luni r OI m th e
WILL BE FACILI1TATED..BY E UOIUM Univcisity of Michi~gan club of De-

English Channel Steamer Goes On Rocks

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I Di amonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry

High Grade Repair Service

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I ULUoiI swan itiLCU ontoAt)heLcampus
CONVENIENCES ARE PROVIDED on the stage proper. Elevator f a- 1ctra fenoni hi n
IN CONSTRULCTION FOR dulties to raise the sets that are F nualo club pilgrimage to do honor
PATRNS'COMORTJ biltup o th flor f t~e tag tothe Great-~God Basketball at
PARNS_ OFOTbuluothloro tesagY ost :Fiel house. The group ar-
are rovded.In ddiionthe~ Frived in ,Ann Arbor at .3 o'clock in
WILL ACr O}ODW 00 vator will enable thc producer tothe atrono pca ri
____obtain 'effects usually impossible by ;ndspet:h.afternoon naseilook ing
Most Modern and Desirable Light- hligteeeao tcranoe the townx.
1. heights and placing objects from oe
lgttgehr g Effects are Pursued Through- ,At i inrIotIgnosIlmntothose heights to. the st gc. ajtrabg"e-oehi'dne
out n c i io ~ s lluinaiot the Union, the Detroit AlumnaiI
Adequate Zeaccommodat~ions for the adjour'ned, to Yost Field house to
(Continued on Page Three) players* thzemselves are affordedc by; watch the Michigan-Iowa basket-
special lights designed for use here six up-to-date dressing rooms con-i ball gamc,. last night. In addition
by -Crandall of the well known taining all conveniences to be to attending all home football
Goodman theater in Chicago, will, found in the finest theaters of the, games and some out of town gamnes.
furnish any type, of coloring or ef- 'country. There are two large dcress- thel~ Detroit gr'adu~ates alwvays at-
feet desireable for the particular ing rooms, one ;for men and one tend at least one basketball game
production at hand. Any rustling for women, and three. smaller a year en masse and this year it
or moving of cloth cycloramas dressing rooms each for men and: was the Iowa game.r
which has always .distracted direc- women. {Front and side view inir- As in past years, more than fifty
:tors working with that type of rors are provided in the small , members of the club took advan-
equipment will perforce be elimi- dressing rooms, while full .length tage of the opportunity to come
n~ated through the useQo -of' the solidI mirrors running the width Hof the here in. a private car, revisit their
"tyke". 'The dome has' a steel back,' rooms are found in- the, two, largerj old' haunts on the campus and a
riveted to the wall, and allows dressing rooms. few new ones.
thzree feet in back f or a :passage-~E E T IA N IN E ST R S N
way. E E TRCrL.N NEFR O R S N h
t suTh igtig oe a~efrt EGITIM6!1ATE T ALKING.PICTURE HEE

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of Evanston
SUNDAY MORNING-li O'CLOCK
St.Andrew's Church
SUNDAY EVENING--6:-30O'LC
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'the planners of the auditorium,)
.. l~s been designed to enable pro-
~ducers to obtain effects which
-many theaters do not awtord: It
was planned last summer under
the direction of Thomas Wilfred,'
inventor of the Clavilux, and well
-known genius in the art of light-
ing. There are three borders forI
lighting. The f'irst border has the
1usual eighteen lights, in reality
baby spots, which. are to be found
in the other two borders, but In
addition it boasts three special arc
lights on both sided of the stage.
By means of these lights, the illumi-
nation will not only come from. top
border-lights, but in -addition from
specially constructed side arrange-
mients as described above. More-1
over, each border will contain 18,
outlets with no prescribed use, per-
miltting room for experimentation
~.by students in lighting and stage-
craft. A master switchboard cost-F
ing more than $20,000 will control.
all light individually, collectively,
)and in groups.
Lights Are Adjustable 1
Every light used in obtaining ef-
fects for productions will be ad-
Jijstable to any angle; that is, it
will not be held fast, but will havea
what is known as a "goose-neck",
-permitting its movement from side
to- side. In addition to the lights
m~entioned heretofore, there will be,
of course, the customary footlights
.(in this case regular baby, spots),
.lghts from a moderil, fire-proof,;
Xprojection booth, and. two house
Sbridges arranged in keeping with
~the other facilities.
Rigging Made In Chicago
Rigging for the stage has been
designed and constructed in the
~wrkshops of the Chicago Civic
Opera company. It will be of the
" otmodern type and permit the
usie of' novelties often sought by di-,
_ rectors but found unavailable be-
* ',cause of lack of the type., of equip-
..':nent necessary. A work-shop
where scenery and properties may
~be constructed and painted is
f~ ound in a large room directly be-
la1w the stage. The work-shop was
"delsigned to eliminate the a nhands-
~ness of building and painting sets!

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