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October 17, 1928 - Image 3

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1923
MANY POEMS FEATURE
IR ST INLANDIE ISSUE
Containing an imposing list of
literary efforts, the first issue of
The Inlander, Michigan's prose and
poetry magazine, appeared on the

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Comedy Club Ends !
Casting of Roles
For First Vehicle
Casting for Sardou's "Diplom-
acy," the vehicle selected by Com-
edy club for presentation the week
beginningtTuesday, Oct. 30, is near-
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A feature of the issue is a poemIbf that organization.s
Katharine D. Little, wife of Among the principal roles which
President Clarence Cook Little' The have already been chosen are in-,
poem by Mrs. Little shows the in- cluded Lorinda McAndrew '30 as
fluence of her recent trip to Eng- Zicka, Thurston Thieme, '29, as
land. A frontispiece of Vachel Orloff, George Riehs '30 as Baron
Lindsay who appears here Thurs- Stein, Pauline Jacobs '29 as the
day night under the auspices of Marquise, Lillian Setchell '29 as
The Inlander is done in woodcut Dora, Robert Adams '30 as Beau-
by Harold M. Silverman, '29, edi- claire, Elizabeth McCurdy '29 as
tor of the magazine. Lady Henry, and Charles ,Perke '29
Among the other poems which as Julian.
appear 4is a sonnet by Bennet Phyllis Loughton '28, well known.
Weaver of 'the English department, in campus dramatic circles for her
who has been a steady contributor success with "Dulcy," "You and I,"
to the Midland, a magazine of "Seventh Heaven," and a number
verse at the University of Iowa; of other productions as well as her
there are also two poems by Fran- direction of "Eight 'Till Eight,"
ces Jennings, and one by Louisa 1927 Junior girls' play, will direct1
Butler. Both these women are to the production of Sardou's mas-
be represented by poems in Stanley terpiece. She has been borrowed
Braithwaite's magazine anthology for this work from Miss Bonstelle9
of verse for 1929. and the Detroit civic theatre.1
The prose in the current edition Thomas Dougall '28, star and co-1
includes "They Doll," a one-act play author of "The Same To You," the;
by Ruth B. Buchanan. This play 1927 Union opera, will assist her
was highly praised by George P. in this wor'k.
Butler, who is widely knownas di- "Diplomacy" has enjoyed many'
rector of the famous 47 workshop successful runs and last year was
at Harvard. Miss Buchanan has taken on the road with an all star
been invited to enter the workshop cast including such well known ar-
by Butler. There are also two tists as Rollo Peters, Helen Gaha-
short stories, one by Willis Kin- gan, William Faversham, and Mar-
near '29, done in the Jacob Was- garet Anglin. While on its tour
serman style, and a short story by the noted company received the
Leo Kirschbaum '29. plaudits of theatre lovers of many
Late books by Edna St. Vincent of the leading cities and towns of
Milay, Vachel Lindsay, and Louis the country. By special arrange-
Bromfield are reviewed, and a fea- ment, the script used in last year's
ture, "Among the Contributors" George Tyler's revival, an adapta-
rounds out the issue. tion from the French version, will
A feature of the second Issue be used here.
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the new Intramural building, it is
reported by the Intramural de-
partment, which has charge of the
building. Lockers numbering near-
ly 75 have been issued to the fac-
ulty men.
A special gymnasium to be used
mainly by the faculty was incor-r
porated in the apparatus of the
new building. In the gym there
are provisions for handball andl
volleyball- playing besides the reg-
ular gymnastic and apparatus ac-
tivity.
The other athletic equipment in
the building is steadily being made
ready for use. At present, there is'
already available for men students'
handball and squash courts, and a
wrestling room, and showers and
lockers. Lighting is all that is
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courts and that is being taken care
of at this time. Marking of the
basketball courts is to be complet-
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