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THE MICHIGAN

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TrHURSDAY, JANUyAPY 24, 1029

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Plans For Dormitory MIMES TO GIVE SPECIAL SHOWING
Campaign Explained OF'tOPERA DURING i-HOP WEEK END Detroit Theaters !
By Detroit Alumnus Offering the guests of' Univer-I the show, making it an even great-
Ssity students a the J-Hop an op-1 er production than the one so wellTH A R
portunity to see one of the most ,received in Ann Arbor. These "ex- CASS TH A R
To Make Complete Canvas Of Old I famous of Michigan traditions, thej tras" will be included in the J-Hop Beginning Sunday, January 20
j Students Living In Area Mimes of the Michigan Union willj pezrformance. D (~(ART A " I
Arun Detroit reproduce "Rainbow's End" the Success was attributed to the I~ALI.
23r anualopea, t a afernonpresent year's opera largely be- Popular Prices-All Nites, $1.0
Louis B. Hyde, chairman of the performance Saturday, Feb. 9, at cause it was conceived on a great- 3 e.to $M .50;Sat. Mat., '5 to $5;
Detroit Alumni committee fori the Whitney theater. er scale than any in the past. Wed.,t Best Seats, $1.50}.
fiomitrie hs jst en ou a et This showing ' will be the final; 9-
ter explaining the entire campaign, Christmas vacation undertooka:
planh for the dormitories which tour of 14 mid-western and eastern l; OATOICfAL ASSOC IATION "
the University of Michigan club of cities that proved to be a con-rx
Detroit will erect on the campus! tinual string of decided successes.
asterprto h enYa r-It is generally conceived that; Presents -
asterpr fteTnYapo"Rainbow's End" is the greatest -
gram. According to Mr. Hyde, the; opera since "Cotton Stockings"---_
preliminary work 'will continue de- the greatest of all operas.
spite opposition and "undue publi- Applications for tickets for this -
Arbor. able at the main desk of the Union
He says, "Early in the spring a' next week, it was announced yes-T
complete canvas of every gradu- terday. by the management. Mail$
ate and former student living in orders for tickets are now being re- ao .
the Detroit area will take place for ceived at the Union. Prices for -
the purpose of soliciting funds for1 this extra production will be of theI= Noted Humorist ~-
the purchase of land in -Ann Arbor !same range as were those for the A
on wichto eectdormtores. regular performances of the opera
"W rrulig h raia when it played a full week in Ann IHl uioim' '
tio no toraie $00,00 or urArbor, previous to =Christmas vaca-
getp rpoe, e oniue. n, according to''the announce- . FEBRUARY 12
Under a plan that has seen de-I ment.-
veloped with a local trust company, Duwring the tour taken by the' TICKETS AT SLATER'S '.r
our contributions will purchasej opera, several features not in the
land in fee which will be deeded, Ann Arbor showing were added to,,liiiiiigiiiiiiiiiii,,,i11iiiig11ii1iiii1iiiiiIIIIIIIIIi1tuI1uI111111111 1 I iI1l1t1I
to the Regents. The Regents in'___________________________
turn will deed these dormitory sites
to the trust compan'y and under'
the plan as developed the strue-
tures will be built, furnished, and
then sold back to tho Regents on
an annual payment basic.
"The reasons for dormitories at

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