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"t h

TODAY

gJestic-"Around The Town." *
pheum-Sessue Hayakawa in *
'The Honorable Friend." Also *
Bray Cartoons. *
eade-Irne Fenwick in "A *
Child of Destiny." Billie *
Burke in "Gloria's Romance"; *
the fourth chapter, "The So *
eal Vortex." *
* * * * * * * * * * S
AT THE MAJESTIC
ound the Town", the latest tab-
production of E. A. Churchill
, who are also the 'roducers of
ernity Boys and Girls," "The
Out", "Its Coming Soon", "Movie
and "What's Your Hurry", will
e attraction to be seen at the
ti Theater, commencing tonight
ree days.
ound the Town" is presented in
cenes which are said to be most
iful from a scenic standpoint.
o book and lyrics were written
avid M. Wolff, while the music,
which has been specially written
bis production, is by Ray Pea-
Virgil Bennett staged the en-
roduction.
: cast is headed by Earl S. Dewey
Mabel "Billie" Rogers. Among
ther well known players may be
oned Mr. Bruce Richardson, Mr.
herbert, Miss Gipsy Vernon, and
lburchill beauty chorus.
ncert Given by
VehooI of Musie
New Members of Faculty Appear
for First Time Yesterday
Afternoon
Arge audience greeted Miss Lucile
s;n, harpist, and Mrs. Anna
km-Thig, mezzo-soprano, yester-
afternoon when they made their
appearance in Hill auditorium as
>ers of the University School of
i faculty.
s Johnson, who has been placed
e head of the newly established
department, appeared in two
s and clearly demonstrated that
s a master of this difficult in-
ient. Her interpretations were
ing anid well received.
s. Anna Schram-Imig also pre-
d two groups which showed her
ns o-soprano voice to good ad-
,ge. Mrs. Imig sang her songs
Smuch feeling and her enuncia-
was splendid. Fran's "Im
st" a d "The Cry of Rachel," by
,T. Salter were especially effec-
.Samuel P. Lockwood, violinist,
d Bruch's difficult "Concerto in
nor" with the same feeling and
;y of tone which has characterized
laying in the past.
ompaniments for the soloists
played by Frances Louise Ham-
and Harrison Albert Stevens.

LEAGUE HOUSE HEADS TO DEAW
UP RULES FOR "MODEL HOUSE"
A "model house" rules committee
composed of Mabel Christen, '17, chair-
man; Stella Scott, '17; Helen Good,
'18, was elected at a luncheon given
by Dean Myra B. Jordan to the league
house heads yesterday noon in Barbour
gymnasium.
All house heads were requested to
send immediately to Mabel Christen,
1224 Washtenaw, a copy of present

early in November.
The social committee is: J
Herdeman, '17, chairman; Ruth C
wick, '17, and Lea Schueren, '17.
offices of secretary and treasurer
to be appointive. A faculty tea
be given later in the year.

[ulia
had-
The
are
will

With but a part of one country,
Africa, not included in the courses of-
fered, the history department of the
University now presents almost as
complete a curriculum as can be found
in the country. Two new courses were
added this semester, namely, the his-
tory of Latin-America and the history
of the Pacific area, both given by Dr.
W. L. Schurz.

rules and from these a group of uni- TWO NEW COURSES IN HISTORY
form rules will be drawn up and voted WIDEN DEPARTMENT'S FIELD
upon at a luncheon for that purpose .- -

The former course is expected to1
train men who intend to take part in1
the competition for the Latin-Ameri-
can trade which is expected to take]
place after the war. It is a practicali
course and should fit men for foreignI
positions. The latter course deals
particularly with the Orient and coun-
tries bordering on the Pacific.
Fresh Pharmies Nominate OfficersI
At their class meeting yesterday
afternoon, fresh pharmics nominated

the following members as officers for
the coming year: President, L. M.
Rutz and E. C. Watts; vice-president,
HT. J. Birchfield and Miss Neuman; sec-
retary, V. T. Eagle, H. C. Storick and
H. C. Varnum; treasurer, E. H. Gru-
now and C. B. Mattison; athletic man-
ager, N. C. Fliegel and L. Jackson.
The election will be held. Tuesday,
Oct. 31, from 4:30 to 5 o'clock, in
room 300 chemistry building.
Call 600 for expert typewriting.

Pianos for rent; terms right. Schae-
berle & Son, 110 South Main St. oct3tf

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MADE ON PLAY

The Magic Carpet," to Be Produced
by Cosmopolitan Club, Gets Started
Plans are rapidly progressing for
he Cosmopolitan club production,
The Magic Carpet," which is to be
riven in Hill auditorium, Jan,. 12,
917, under the direction of Prof. J.
Ealeigh Nelson.
The play, which has been prepared
y Professor Nelson,aembodies a
;risp, appealing plot, and calls for
;ceases from foreign life. Abundant
nusic, as well as extensive electrical
ffects, is required to stage the pre-
entation properly.
The Cosmopolitan club has a' two-
ld purpose in giving this perform-
nee: To establish a scholarship
and for needy foreign students. In
he University, and to present an en-
ertainment that shall fairly and
,dequately represent the foreign stu-
ent spirit at Michigan.
otre Dame Boasts Star Quaterback
The Notre Dame team, coached by
[arper, which was the first eleven to
how the east the possibilities of the
>rward pass at West Point a few sea-
ons ago, is minus the stars of former
ears. But in Grant, Harper has a
uarterback who is said to be the
qual of Dorias, whose skill at throw-
ig the pigskin was a, revelation to
astern teams.
o lea'n .tYpewriting w ,1
equires close applicatiof
A typewriter and free
instruotion book from
,D.Morrill. 322 S. Sta,
will do the rest.

the
Spec

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