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January 06, 1912 - Image 4

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OPERA

New w1h

attrac-
Lise of

is so full of the
and the artistic
position by itself
asing attractions.
mention are the

world of p
of special

The feature song and dance, "Skele-
tons in the Closet," is one of the most
pleasing things ever viewed.
The manager of the theater wishes
to announce that all mail orders ac-
companied by a check or money order
will be promptly taken care of.

WEEKS
manager
ous class
n in the
munasium,
interclass
gers and
istion of

Michigan Officials Urge Formation of
Club for Improvement
of Show.
WOtTLD MAKE PLAY MORE STABLE
The idea of an opera club, to be or-
ganized for the purpose of keeping en-
thusiasm concerning the Union pro-
ductions alive taroughout the year, is
meeting with considerable favor. The
plan is an old one but interest in the
proposition has received a fresh im-
pulse as a result of the boost given the
scheme by Carlisle A. Ferguson, at
the annual opera dinner Thursday ev-
ening.
"The formation of an opera club
would be a mighty good thing," said
Matthew Blish, president of the Union
last evening. "However, care would
have to be exercised not to make the
opera too independent of the Union
I believe. the plan would be especially
practicable when we get into a new
club-house."
Homer Heath, manager of the Un-
ion, also expressed himself as favoring
some kind of an organization by means
of which the opera could be made
more than merely an affair of passing
interest. "An opera club could make
itself useful by working up stunts dur-
ing the year," said Heath. "This would
help to bring out talent and materia
for the annual productions, and su-
perfluous energy might be employed in
providing our regular Sunday after-
noon programs."
Arrangements for the next year's
opera will be started as soon as P. K.
Fletcher, general manager of the 1912
production, recovers from an attack o."
chicken-pox. A costume manager fot
the next opera will be appointed by
President Blish within the next few

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of "Three Twins,"'

and Karl Hoschna,
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Candles
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vice examination and
eerhig position in the
in Ann Arbor. Tor-
ved a commission as{
of engineers in the
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Spec al pfackvges for the
All fry sh ,oo(1s in pet fec
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hinese Club to Hold Meeting Tonight
The Chinese Students' Club will holc
s first regular meeting of this year ir
oom 248 Engineering Building at '
night. Important questions concern
g the present revolution in China
ill be discussed.

Designers of Men's Clot

experience may be <
te secretary.

or
ned

ere everything is S
he city. Besides FACULTY CLUB OPENS WITH
k. Our specialty NEW YEAR'S ENTERTAINMENT.
The University Club of Ann Arbor[
IIONS, CIGARS composed of faculty and members'
R)TTE PIPDS started operations on New Year's day
i with an entertainment held at the club
-B-B Pipes quarters in the basement of Memoria'
- hall. From now on every Friday night
you all and givo you will be club night. It has furthermore
atisfaction, been arranged to throw the club rooms
open to guests, after any concert or
CLASS PIPES lecture held by the club. Refresh-
ments will be available on all such oc-'
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AnnArbo', Mich. East End Pharmacy Changes Hands.
The East University Pharmacy, which
- inisters to the a.nt of thn tI

Directors to Elect New Vice-President
The vice-presidency of the Union
recently made vacant by the resigna-
tion of Robert S. Tipping, will be fille.
by the directors of the Union at their
regular meeting January 13.
Athletic Women Entertain Tonight.
The third party-of the Women's Ath-
letic'Association will be held 'this ev-
ening from 8 to 11 at Barbour Gymna-
sium. Admission will be for members
of the association and for guests.
Cooley Will Lecture on "Manhood."
Dean qooley of the Engineering de-
partment will lecture on the subject
"The Virility of Manhood," next Sun-
day afternoon at the Y; M. C. A. at the
meeting of "The Men and Religion For-
ward Movement."

The

Phone 1534-L

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NE OF I

d.I of the student body living south east
n- of the campus has changed hands.
P Messrs. Goulding and Wikel havej
bought out Mr. Roys, the former own-'
er, and will or rte the store under1
the firm name of Goulding and Wikel.

Reduction Sale of
attan ShirtsI

$1.20
$1.35
-$1.50

All $2.50 Shifts now
$3.00.."

- $1.88
- $2.25
- 85c"

"AGS" WANT TO CHANGE NAME,
Students Would Rather Attend "Michi.
gan State College."
EAST LANSING, MICH., Jan. 5.-
Michigan Agricultural College ma3
soon be no more,-if the agitation
which is being raised to change it;
name is successful. At a recent meet-
ing of the engineering seniors to dis-
cuss the formation of a "Michigan
State College Association," Prof Kuns(
brushed away the arguments of the op-
ponents of the change, saying, "Ther(
are none of them that can hold water
A handful of enthusiastic students can
do wonders toward bringing this ques-
tion before the legislature."
AWARD WOMEN ATHLETIC "W" 'S.
Washington Board In Control Grants
Insignia to Girls.
SEATTLE, WASH., Jan. 5.-Women
of the University of Washington will
receive "W" 's for their participation in
University athletics according to the
recent decision of the Board in Con-
trol. The result is a vindication of the
"loose constructionists" who opposed
President Russell Mackey, who held
that the granting of the "W" 's to the
women for oratory and debating was
unconstitutional,

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