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November 15, 1911 - Image 4

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MUSIC AND DRAMA

I'

William Faversham.
William F'aversham in "The Faun,"
about which so umuch favorable com-
ment has come to us, is announiced fo6,
the New Whitney Theater, Saturday,
November 18. Faversham has always
been a welcome dramatic visitor and
his various engagements have, been
worthy features of the seasons in
which they were made. He brings this
time, whait has been said to be a most
amusing comedy, yet one with a moral:

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"e good ones. If Craig and Wells
h~e halves next Saturday, Yost
te his good back field again and
horty at quarter the rooters may
to see some real startling work
off by that quartette.
e will be more short scrimmage
elk and all the coaches will work
team in secret. There will also
'gnal drill in the gym each night
'riday, and in the three days that
't Michigan must build up a team
ill defeat Penn on a field where
never done it before. The whole
n simmers down to whether
nd a bevy of old stars and coach-
overcome the handicap of injur-.
d a bad season, and reverse the

Leading

ire, Elise
Nye Chart,

TheI

L~egai tRbnson, and Le~on Brown.
Prof. Bird to Spend Winter in Paris.
Prof. James P. Bird, who is spend-
ing his year's leave of absence in Eu-
rope, returned to Paris this week, af-
ter an extensive trip through Brittainy,
where he visited many promiinent Cha-
teaux. Hje will spend the winter In
Paris."
KITS AND ENGINEERS FIGHRT
FOR CILAlIVPION SHIP TODAY.
The junior lits and the senior engi-
neers will play for the campus football
championship on south Ferry field this
afternoon at 4:05. The game will be
bitterly contested by both sides, as
both teams -nave met once before in a
semi-final game, which resulted in a
3 to 0 score in favor of the lits. The
score was made on a field goal and a
protest was entered by the engineers

UNIVERSITY NOTICESf
Chorus rehearsal of the "Awakened
Rameses" tonight at Scott's Academy
at 7.
Fresh law class election of president
will be held Friday 4 to 6 p. m. in room
B., law building.
Band rehearsals tonight .at 7 o'clock,
McMillan hall.
All men who are interested in either
chess or checkers should call up Stein-
em at 726-b, as soon as possible.
All '12 football men report at Ran-
dall and Pack for picture Friday at
12:15. If you are unable to come at
that timne call the manager at once.
Call 1076-L.
All fits are requested to turn out to
the lit-engineer championship game to-
day at S. Ferry field, 4:05.
Commerce Club will Hold Smoker.
At a special meeting of the Com-
merce club in the economics building
last night it was decided to hold a
smnoker at the Union in honor of Thom-
asCraig, of Detroit, after his address
before the club on November 21. Mr.
Craig will talk on "Bulls and Bears and
the Ups and Downs of the Stock Mar-

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