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November 19, 1911 - Image 4

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AND DRAMA

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HOW THE DAY WAS
I WON PLAY BY PLAY.

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Louis Mann in "Elevating a Husband."
Werba & Luescher, managers of
'The Spring Maid," "Little Miss Fix-
t," and other notable New York suc-
esses, will present Louis Mann, the
well-known character comedian, at the
W'hitney, Thursday, November 23, in
t, new. play by Clara Lipman and Sam-
uel Shipman, entitled "Elevating a

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ating a Husbanid" is a comedy,
,ound' a story -of genuine heart
The role of the husband,
Sample, is played by Mr.Mann.
[ann's company includes-.Emily
llman, who was seen here last
n "The Man Who Stood Still."

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his teammates failed to make downs.
Michigan took the ball. Gains by Craig
and McMillan and a penalty of five
yards against Penn put the ball on
Penn's 20 yard line. Two attempts at
forward passes failed, and on the third
down Craig failed to go through on a
fake place kick. The ball went to
fPenn, but Michigan recovered it on
downs without letting Penn work it
further than the 25 yard line. Here
Michigan uncorked something in the
way of fancy play. On a fake forward
pass, with the Michigan backs going
around the left of the Penn line, Craig
was given the ball on a double pass
and made a 25 yard run around Penn's
right flank for a touchdown. Conklin
added the point for goal.
There was but two minutes left to
play when Craig made his run, and
neither side could do anything in that
length of time. The game ended with
the ball in Michigan's possession in
mid-field,
Score, Michigan 11; Penn 9.
The summary:

Aor

One Night Only

AN OLD FAVORITE IN A

WERBA AND LUESCHER

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Mr. L

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Majestic Theater.
What is in aii probability the best
.audeville show ever brought to the
-Majestic theater will come Monday
night and incidentally it will mark the
return and annual engagement of Har-
ry Fields and his schoolboys and girls,
)etter known to local theater goers as
'The Napanees." The three Dolce Sis-
ters from the musical comedy stage
iave been secured as an extra feature.

Elevating a
By CLARA LIP'MAN and

In His Lai

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UNI ER~SITY NOTICES

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Y. N. C. A. Mfeeting tonight at 6:30
at 'Neil berry hail. SpeAker Si Cip, '12
L, subject, "The Yellow World."
Meeting Gargoyle business staff,
Monday, 5 p. m.
J. eng. class meeting, Monda~y
p. in., room 311, engineering build-
ing.
J. Lit dinner at U~nion, Monday, 5:30
p. mn. Prof. C. P. Wagner speaks.
All the latest popular song bits- at
rinnell Bros. Music House at Ten
(ceits per copy. A complete stock of
he latest Opera hits at popular prices
Viso. Everything in college songs and
ollections. 18 tf

_I1ciltgan (11) Position Penn (9)
Conklin, (Cap t).. .. L.E....Young
Stuart
Quinn........... L.T. ....... Dillon
Kaynor..........L.G......Wolf ertb
Paterson.........C. ........Morris
G arrells ..........R.G ... Findhelsen
Bogle........... R.T. ......... Bell
Torbet, Carpell.... R.E....... Jourdet
McMillan........Q. ....... Minds
Craig ............ L.H. ..Thayer,
Marshall,Barr
Meek ............ F.B .Mercer(Capt)
Wells,Huebel ......R.H. .....Kennedy
Touchdowns-Wells, Craig, Mer er.
Goals from touchdowns-Conklin 1.
Minds 1. Goal from drop kick-Mar-
hall 1.
Officials-Referee, Pendleton, Bow
Jloin; umpire, Sharpe, Yale; field
judge, Eckersall, Chicago; headlines-
mna, Booth, Princeton. Time of quar-
ters 15 minutes.

New Wh

" IHE L \UGHING

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"A LAUGH PLAY W1ITH 816
Seats, Tuesday. Price
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A. G ELAMAFTFR.
En jj1e.nd's Besi Che.

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and his di,

LET 'ER FREEZE
SCHUMACHER wi~l furnish you with a nair of S' gteq, and
you can skate. Peek & Synder Skates

IN A CI
De 2k
Exact Comipany ax d

100

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The Detroi F t-e ''re~z ayF :
avw i rev is inmen

Seat Sale

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SILK NECK WEAR,

GRANGE3R'S ScL
f~dn no v. Tovin m bWin-" hen v, u do.
Fo.r parti, ul rs call at Academy or
Phorve 246 OffIC4

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Street

Fownes Gloves

Lucas and Kennedy Gloves

furniture. It's surpris
Iwill go in a store likeI
us show you.

TINKER &COMPANY
342 South M3ate Str-et

The Sholvs this.

Week lli

Call and inspect our lines of Full Di ess Accessories
Soft and Plaited Bosom Shirts, Stiff and Soft Hats

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday

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Konold's
Lunch"
Phone 052J

WIN 11

Pd

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,rr ILE & CO.-
WE SERVE HOT LUNCHES
Fine Line or
Low'ieY' and Hag~ey'> Chocolates

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: Shoes

0 $6 t10. 'N, where els, will you
h:'t we ive y u-the proof f the
w .. me andt eat!
c. I" _11 NTATION f r CORRECT
B I T.JkSLRVICE than it i" pos.
U u t mi mot e ! with ti se cost.,
uI ~of( 0.

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family Bijou
THEATRE
Monday Tuesday Wednesday
FIRST TIME HERE
NEWATA CROSBY
American Indian Girl
COOK and GRANT
Comedy Musical
SUPERIOR PHOtO PLAYS
SOON

ANNUAL ENCACEAAENT
HA RRY FIELDS
AND H IS
School Boys and Girls"
BIG MUSICAL SHOW

PAUL FLORUS
X iLOPHONE EXPERT

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VAUDE

MI i r'rc.n K. Hill Emcntr

SINGINdG
GIRLS

E ,TRA ATTRACTION4
Three. Dolce

JRF ED'S"
119 South Main Street

PHOTO PLAYS
"BOYS WILL BE BOYS"y

T'RAY

Coming
Thursday

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Repa~rii

LILLIAN, BURNELL
SOUVENIR MATINEES
Wednesday And Saturday

Nov. 27---FOLLY PICKLE'S PEI

Arthur LaVine
tn a ; .sical Ccmedy

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Matinee T~anksgi

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lioto graphs go to

Go% C.' MAR15

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