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1931

THE MIC'HHTAN D';-TEV

fi [M 'DEDICATION OF HIA7DING MEMORI
gPPI [Y OAT MARION, OHIO, TO BE JU
.e Yurka, Ernest Cossartr
11 Play Leads in 'Ther
Vay of the World.'
REHEARSALS OPEN
and the Mai,' 'Private
ves,' Ghosts to End
Series of Plays.,
ontinued from Page 1)
"The Father" will be pre-r
at 3:15 o'clock Thursdiay a
n. This performance off .:
ather" will be preceded by
imate program by Cossart
olet Heming, distinguished
irk star. who has just ai-

AL Home of President
NE 161 Harding Is Supplied

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With Reminiscences
MARION, 0., June 6.-(P)-Pres-
ident Hoover and former President
Coolidge will find themselves in
the heart of a section abundantly
supplied with reminiscences of
President and Mrs. Warren G.
Harding when they come to Marion
to dedicate the Harding memorial
June 16.
The nemorial itself, an imposing
structure of Georgia marble which
shelters the body of the late presi-
dent and his wife, stands in the
center of a beautiful park on the
outskirts of this city.
Marion provided the starting
point for President Harding's ca-
reer, and in a quiet section not far
from the memorial is the Harding
hone, a comfortable, well con-
structed but unpretentious home.

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d here for rehearsals of "Arms
I the Man."
To Give Shaw Play.
Arms and the Man" will open
iday night, June 15, with Miss
niing, Power., and Cossart in
leading roles. Powers, who
red in the New York production,
Cossart will have their original
s. Miss Heming, noted for her
k in sophisticated comedies, will
7the heroine.
pening with the matinee and
at performances, Saturday, June
Miss Hieming. and Powers will
ear in Noel Coward's current
cedy success, "Private Lives,"
ch is now playing to capacity
ses at the Selwyn theatre, in
York. The production here is
ecial release for the dramatic
;on, as the play has been pre-
;ed only in New York and Lon-
Robert Henderson, director of
season, received special permis-
for the production from Cow-j
"Ghosts" to Be Offered.
n Thursday night, June 2 , dur-
the last week of the dramatic
on and for one performance
, Powers will appear in one of
leading roles of Henrik Ibsen's
ous drama, "Ghosts." Opposite
ers will appear Doris Rich, as
Alving, a part which she has
ed with notable success in pre-
s productions of the play by1
derson. This will offer "Ghosts"
Thursday night, "Arms and the
" on Friday night, and "Private
s," closing the season on Sat-
)y night, June 27.

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Associate Jtes o' i
The Harding memorial at Marion, Ohio, which will be dedicated
June 16. President Hoover and high government officials will participate
in the ceremonies. Marion is where the former president made his first
start and is picturesque in that it and the surrounding countrysidei
replete with Harding reminiscences.

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