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December 15, 1910 - Image 1

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Michigan Daily, 1910-12-15

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ANN ARBOR, IMICIJIGAN, .I- (Nil ).NY, (((l IN Chm Nra. (6.

V'n.) ,XXVI.

PHENOLYENAL SUCCESS FOR
CR1 CESTRESAGED
Wonderful Songs and Magnificent Acting Set Staid
First-Nighters Wild----Ensemble Work
Especially Excellent
"I'M GRAlTIFIED,"---DIRECTFOR ST. JOHN
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1ALI1tC1:VOLANOJ'XP 0fiR.
COMES TO LECTURE
Prof, Bryan Will Describe His
Experiences on Kilanea
Tuesday
ILLUSTRATES WITH BIOGRAPH

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Ill NEBRASKANS WANT
,a W~~lso(.- N~rc my TO PLAY MICHIGAN
,,,nts, esjctkh, s~l_ lith Minnesota's Refusal of Late
te estad , aic ,ou t, n~c ll Game Causes Desire for
th on cdliNN ~ 1R ctrChange
Keley, cccl, cco -Tc luioofFEEL MALICIOUSLY HAMPERED
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I clN o e i lclnatveill th cii ich ia c n lcr cnt t al cll en ic tisc-c i/l
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RANKS VOLVERINES SIXTH andishol dinheGophrcathortn e
Coilier's Sporting liditor Belittlec Mnnsoac leenifihe AN'lcilie'scn
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MINNESOTA HAS NEW HEAD
(I. E. Vincent, Chicago [Dean, Suc'
ceeds D~r. Northrup

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