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SUNDAY, MTAY 21, 13

THlE MIEIIIGAN DAILY.

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"Anote___aguge" Is To OpenDrama tic Season Tooro

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Th~f2 curren successful comedy of
N'm York,,'"Another Language," will
tomorrow 'night open the 1933 Dra-
mnatic Season iai- Lydia Mendelssohn I
TIhoiatye. It will star Tom Powers,
b'llint New; York Theatre Guild
artist, and the beautiful Edith Bar-
rett-,-star of "Michael and Mary" and
"Mrs, Moonlight."
Miss Barrett's dramatic duties in
'Another LaziguagF' allow ample- op-
portunity for the proper display of
the talents she p osseses. Newly rn r-
nied into the Hallau;:1f amily, she mu ,;t
oridure the taunt-s an ceolbj',,
tions which the oalan'js~ ti h
"WIistfully looteb' ring,' "11 she 4 xv.RFti th--
stands their ssa ,ults5, every when they
belittle he.cr love or tho lfiner tlhriny,
her preference for the good rat herI
than the, gaudy, She virtul-lly speil=.
"another lnuae'" froia her hvus-
band's family.
The success of Another Laing aalg2"
lies in the e~fcftivcncss with which
thc comedy A ituationas arising; from
this central prob.lem arc handled.
They arc, well distribne d througho<.ut
the pl. y, atp:ar ing: Cis, !1, h' where
sheer enter tainmnt r.in akes theraa
niecessry, terh] sha ca..re 1of
the. p'lay's success is said to Coe
fromi thie -Iesj active portions, the,.
sce-s in which character pour"ayal
is uppermvost' .
Rose Franrkcn, author of 'rAnother
Langu<:ge.,"'has written her play with
a proper retr d for the sensible co-
ordination of the subtle and the ob-
viour,.,The mchange oy conversation. a
fore cxnl),je, amnong; the three other
Hiallam .in-i. ws . is in accord with
draa~ti..humor. aud observation.
Miss Franken, o1 course, straight-
ens out the difficulties with which
her characters have beycome enrross;-
ed, by means of n outst:anding sc' ce I
of typical sk<tgeromancl~re and .All';:
well that end's well."
The east for "Anot her Langu-
age" is.
Mr. Hallam ..... Ainsworth Arnold
Mrs. Hallam .......... Helen Ray
Harry Hallam. ...Arthur Davison
Helen Halam . ... Katherine Wick
Kelly
Paul Hallam .. .. Francis Compton
Etta Hallam.........:Doris Rich
*Grace Hallam .....,. Gwen Delaney
Walter Hallam -...Raymond Van
Sickle
Victor Hallam . . ..TOM POWERS
Stella IHallam. EDITH BARRETT
Jerry Hallam .. . Robert Henderson
DEVISE "BEER SIGNALS"
LANSING, May 20,-,1 P-,Michi-
gan State College men are figuring
out a set of special hitch-hiking sig-
nals which will let motorists know

Toledo Showing Of Full Schedule

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TOLEDO, May. 20- (Special)-
Both performances oft Robert Hien-
derson's production, "Another Lan-
guage," .starring Tom FPowers, were
completely sold out at the Palace
Theatre today.
Requests of the management and
enthusiastic playgoers for an over-
flow performance tomorrow have had
to be refused because of rehearsals in
Ann Arbor in preparation for the
opening of the Dramatic Season in
the University town Monday night.
The presentation of the two plays;
"There's Always Juliet,". which' way
given last 'night, and today's per-
formances of "Another Language"
followed the customary procedukOe of
giving preparaitory. showings bdcore
taking the plays to the widely kno WnD
annual Dramatic Pestlval in 'Ann
Arbor.

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6s PlaysComingr
'Sprigtime For Henry'
Second attraction; Is
Followed, by 'Camille,
Following is the° schedule of per-
formnances for the 1933 Dramatic
Season:
Monday, May 22 - ".ANOTHE
LANGUAGE".'with TOM POWEPS
and EDITH BARRETT.
Tuesday,,May 23 -- "ANOTHER
LANGUAGE."
Wedn'sday,,Matinee -and, Night,
may, 24-' Anothcr Language."
Thursday, M a: y 25 -- "Another
Language.,
Friday, Matinee' and Night, May 26
.-RJNGTIME ',,P0OR HENRY"
with VIOLET HEXING, HENRY
HULL, -'-TOM POWM~S, and ROSE
HOBART.
Saturday Matinee, May 27--"An-
other Language."
Satuirday' Night, Maty 27--"Spring-
time fdr. HenrIy."
Monday, May- 29- ANGNA EN-
TERS Dance' Recital.
Tuesday, 'May, 30-_Angnza Enters
Dance Reeital.
Wednesday, Matinee and Night,
,May 31-"'Springtimte for Henry,"
Thursday., June 1..' DESIGN FOR,
LIVING" with- VIOLET IiEMING.
GEOFFREY KERR, and ATOM POW-
ERS.
Friday. Matinee and, Night, June 2
- "Design:for .Living.
Saturday,- Matinee and Night, June
3-"Design for Living."
Monday, June 5 -"Design for Liv-
Tuesday, June G-"Design for Liv-
Wednesdlay, -Matinee a-ld, Night,
June 71-"CAMILLE" with MISS
JANE" COWL aci ROLLO PETERS.
Thursday, June 8-"Camille,"
Friday, Matiec and 'Night, June
9-"Czil.Saturday, Matinee and Night, June
10- -"Cahiille."
'Monday,' June 12-"Canaille."-
Tuesday,, June'. 13- "TWELFTHI
MIGHfl" with MISS JANE' COWL,
TOM. OWERS, 'ad ''W 'A L T E R
IKING$ FORD.,: ,,
Wedncisday, I4atine -and :Night,
June 14-"Twelftlr Night."
Th'ursa y,- Julie -15-="THE r.MAD
HOPES"':with .'VIOLET ,KEMBLE-
COOIER anid -TOM ' POWERS.'
Friday, Matinee - and Night, June
16-''The- Mad' Hopes."

Saturday, Matinee and Night, June
17-"Twelfth Night."
Added Monday Matinee, June 19-
"The Mad Hopes."
Monday Night, June 19--"Twelflth
Night."
Added Tuesday Matinee, June 20
--"The Mad Hopes."
Tuesday Night, June 20--'"Twelfth
Night."
Wednesday, Matinee a ind Night,
June 21-"The Mad Hopes."
FIRE IN ROOSEVELT HOME
WELCHPOOL, N. B., May 20.---(A")
-President Roosevelt's summer home
on Campobello Island is safe after a
forest fire threatened its destruaction.
Men and boys from Welchpool
worked frantically for some hours
before the Presidential property and
other homes at the summer colony
were out of danger. The woods be-
hind these homes were a blackened
ruins today.

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Rcl'ert Hcnderson, director of the
Dramatic Season, who will take the
part c: J4rry Hlallam tomorrow night
in "Another Language."

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Katherine Wick 1 eiiy, beautiful
calling lady of the Uleveland Play-
house, who will appear.'at the, Lydia
Mendelssohni Theatre tomorrow flight
as Helen' Hallami in. the' New York
success, "Ancther -Language,"
MARITIME DAY.
WASHINGTON, May,0-(A
Presient oosevelt today"'- issued a
proclamation designatin'g May 22 o0
each year 'as "National Mar"i1imi -
Day." The President' calloed Maten~tion
that on May {22, 1819, tlhe Saannah
left Savannah, Ga., on the first 'suc-.
cessful trans-Oceanic voyage under
steam propulsion.

Edith Barrett, brilliant dramatic festival. star, wiho, will make heir
Ann Arbor debut tomorrow evening in "Another language" with
Tom Powers.

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Annual Dinner
£f A.I.E.E. Held
Here Recently
The University of Michigan branch
of the American Institute of Elec-
trical Engineers held its annual ban-
quet in the Union recently, Prof.
A. D. Moore was toastmaster in a
program that included many mem-
bers of the faculty and students.
The following officers were elected

who they arc and wny t rcn e ekC
rides to the Capital, three miles from
Sthe college campus. J
Because of the ban on beer in East
Lansing, students will be seeking rides
into Lansing whenever they can. to .
save their carfare for an extra sthin. I

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for the year: Walter H. Powers, '34E,
chairman; John OF. Crouter, '34E,
vice-chairman; Arthur S. Basset.
'34E, secrotary; George C. Morris,
'34E, treasurer. Prof. S. S. Atwood
was named next year's counselor.
IL. A. Miller Ap pointed
Professor AL Bryni Maser
BRYN MAWR, Pa., May 2.--(/)-
Appointment of Dr. Herbert A. Miller
as professor of political and social
economy at Bryn Mawr Collegc was
announced today by college authori-
ties.
Dr. Miller, who will join t-he Bryn
Mawr faculty next September, wasi
oustcd as instructor at Ohio State
University twvo years ago following;
a disagreement with university au-
thorities over his- teachings in soci-
ology and his opposition to, military
training for students. He was sup-I
ported in his stand- by the American II
Association of University Professors.

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NAME,

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Every baby has 'to have a nainr. IBut a name cWon't
maske the baby a success. George Washington Brown
does N1 OT mean a future presi*tdent . 'Thomas Edison
ish4er does NOT mean a future inventor. "TIS-
,clean" or "THATclean" does NOT make any dry
cleaning mecthoda MIRACLEAN. It's the product

..not the name*

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originator has ever been successfull copied by an
imjitated name. That goes for MiRA.CLEAN, too'

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