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T II 10 DAILY NRHKA8KAN
Dramatic Club Weeds
Out Inapt Thespians
On Night of May 14
The diitc of Hi., annual Dramatic
Club tryouts has been set tor Ma If
As usual tin- candidates will l)(. niven
from three to live minutes in which to
display their dramatic ability Reci
tations and short readings will not be
considered b the committee. Those
desiring to compete in dialogue will be
granted from five to seven minutes.
Those wishing to try out should see
the seiretary, .Mis-, Kthel Bill? m I'
10t before Mav 1 I The successful I
candidates will be inflated brioie tliej
annual banquet of the club i
Lunclh to-be Served-
At Senior Hop at
Capital Beach May 20
Elaborate plans are being made tor
the combined senior hop and masquer
ade of .Mav L'u The fourth- ear men
feel that this will be the one dance to
be remembered of the school year, and
as (hey are combining their two last
dances into this one, extra steps will
be taken to make it an event in senior
history as well as in the social affairs
of the school A lunch will be served
something novel, the committee prom
ises. Music will be furnished by llag
ensick "It isn't necessary to know
how to dance," says Uadcliffe, "to have
a good time at the senior hop."
Tickets will be out this week.
Owen Cone has given up his posi
tion in Auburn and is at present in the
C. H. Frey, University florist. 1133
Victor Spirk, freshman law, is quite
ill with pneumonia at his home in YVil
ber. Alpha Tau Omega announces the
pledging of Clarence I,. Johnson, '14,
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The freshman baseball team plays
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:! :,l)- II Mow man, chairman
Artistic dnnco programs and menus1
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s,-iy,.t,.r Hi,h,i. i,, i2, ., in
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Alpha Tans and Delta ('his. He left
last night for Louisiana on business
Florence llosfettler will gie some
miscellaneous readings in the Temple
Theater Thursdav epening at S o'clock
Admission is Iree to all who are intei
ested in the work
The botanv department recently n
ceived a fine collection ol the native
plants ol Michigan Among them aie
a number of v erv beautiful lilies,
v liii h v ill be planted on the camiuis
tor the purpose ol botanical studv The
collection is the gift of Dr Charles
Ill's-''') of the Michigan Agricultural
Mines) V Kennv, e '11, Sigma Nil.
who has been attending school in Chi
cago for the pas) year, is in the city
visiting friends. Mr. Kenny will leave
the last of the week for his home in
Los Angeles, California.
Might Men File
For Flection to
At let in Hoard
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position of captain quartermaster in
the military department. Mullah is a
member of the Delta Tau Delta frater
nity and a junior in the College of
A. C. Linstrum hails from Columbus
and is a junior. Linstrum holds the
present indoor pple vault record. This
is his second year on the Varsity track
team. He is a member of Phi Delta
WILL the party who took the raincoat
from the lobby of the Temple return
itto this ofllce at once. The owner's
name is on the collar and cuffs.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST A gold plated fountain pen,
Wednesday. Initial on cap, I. F. S.
Return to Registrar's ofllce. 5-2-13-3t
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