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* i4lrN N+roirMONYg4 January 24--Addres by C. S. Cooper,
in McMillan Hall.
TH E GREAT G A M E January 24-3 p. m. Report of work
at Chicago Commons by Miss Inez
9 T 1' 9Weed at Newbery Hall.
f.P Tf 1 ZJanuary 24-7:30. Lecture, "Truth,"
by President L. M. Sniff, at the
Memorial Christian church.
January 25-S. L. A. Lecture on
E X C I T I N G FUN "Ideals," by Lyman Abbott.
F OR E V E' R Y O N E January 27-8 p. m. Illustrated lee-
ture by Professor Russell on "The
Recent Volcanic Eruptions in Mar-
tenique and St. Vincent," Museum
January 27-Concert by Farland at the
School of Music.
January 29-Lecture by Judge Dono-
van on "Lincoln as a Genius."
January 29--Senior Lit, class dance.
The old saying that it never rains
but it pours, certainly holds true in
a college town. Monday night Lyman
Abbott will speak at University Hall,
and Mrs. Fislke will interpret "Mary
of Magdala" at the theater. On Jan-
uary 29 the Senior dancing party,
Judge Donovan's lecture on "Lincoln
as a Genius," and "Alt Heidelberg"
SH EEHAN'S are scheduled.
The saddest part of it all is that
DETROIT, 160 Woodward Avenue the examinations are drawing nigh,
ANN ARBOR, 320 So. State Street and-well, the students generally find
a place for their time.
BIBLE STUDY IN THE UNIVERSITY
A splendid opportunity will be given
Before the Junior Ho the men of the University today at
Is a good time to decorate your frater- 6:30 p. m., at McMillan Hall, to hear
nity house. Call or phone 237. one of the foremost authorities upon
C. H. MAJOR e CO. the subject of student Bible study.
203 E. Washington St. The speaker will be Mr. Clayton S.
- - -' - - - Cooper, of New York, chairman of the
H EL International Bible study committee
LINESof the Y. M. C. A., who in this capaci-
DIRECT LINE ty spends his time traveling among
TL DIECLNEthecolleges of the United States and
Canada devoting himself to Bible st.
PO.n Caah .1 T,.in.. dy interests. Mr. Cooper is a grad-
THE STUIINTS' LECTURE ASOCIATION
"I DIE A L5"
1ondaot LveIrnigJ, Jan. 25
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uate of Brown University, at which
institution he was prominent in fra-
ternity circles. He afterward became
pastor of the First Baptist church of
Lynn, Mass, where he organized the
famous Cooper Bible class of 300
working men. From this post he was
called to the work he is at present
doing. At the beginning of this year
he set his stake to double the enroll-
ment in college Bible study classes
and the reports from the various in-,
stitutions show that this purpose is
being realized. Mr. Cooper has a1
thorough knowledge of college men's
problems and no one should miss the
opportunity of hearing him. He
comes here to conduct the first an-
nual Bible study conference under the
auspices of the University Y. M. C. A.
and will addres the men of the Uni-
versity at the time above stated.
"WHERE IGNORANCE IS BLISS."
The first semester is nearly over
but freshmen mishaps are still in or-
der as the following story will illus-
A well-known member of the '07
medic class and an energetic frater-
nity man conceived the idea that he
would like to enter the sport of "rush--
ing" from which the older fraternity
men seemed to derive so much pleas-
're. He was accordingly sent to an-
other freshman's room to invite him
to the fraternity house for dinner the
The freshman, whom we shall call
Ralph for want of a better name.
started out on his mission with the
highest hopes. He reached his des-
tination and without stopping to rap,
opened the door and walked down the
corridor to the room where his fra-
ternity brothers had directed him.
The freshman was not in his room
so Mr. Ralph settled himself com
fortably upon the sofa with the inten-
tion of awaiting his return. Being
naturally a lover of sleep, he lost no
time in taking advantage of his sur
When he awoke it was with a start
"Why! why!" he said, stumbling to
his feet, "doesn't Mr. So-and-So room
here?" "No," replied the timid voice,
"He rooms across the hall.".
Apologies were then in order, and
Mr. Ralph deemed an introduction al-
so a necessary following.
He saw that he had placed himself
in a ridiculous position, so decided
to try and straighten matters. The
young ladies proved so entertaining
that he forgot his friend across the
hall and spent the evening with them.
The other freshman sat all evening in
his room waiting for Ralph to call.
"MARY OF MAGDALA.
"Mary of Magdala," in which Mrs.
Fiske will appear at the Athens thea-
tre on Monday evening, is the larget
as well as the most beautiful produc-
tion that this distinguished actress
has made. Four massive and magnifi-
cent settings are used in the play and
they picture with absolute verity the
Jerusalem of Pilate's day. To handle
these scenes a stage force of forty
men is required. As a dozen men can
handle most of the productions on
tour, the magnitude of the mounting
of the Heyse play is evident. Nearly
one hundred people appear in some of
the scenes of the drama. The inci-
dental and entr'acte music, all spec-
ially composed or selected, calls for
an augmented orchestra.
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