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January 07, 1912 - Image 4

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MUSIC

elegram Received States That
Glee and Mandolin Clubs
Enjov Stopover
AY DELAY HOP PREPARATIONS.
(Special to The Michigan Daily)
DODGE CITY, KAN., Jan. 6.-The
niversity of Michigan Musical clubs
*e now snow bound just west of here
y a blizzard which has put a stop to
I traffic. According to the latest re-
wts, however, the trains will be in
>eration by tonight. At present the
ubs are over two days behind their
gular schedule and the railroad of-
ials are of the opinion that the uni-
rsity men cannot reach Ann Arbor
fore Sunday night or Monday morn-
L$g.
But little news has been brougt in
r the snow ploughs which are at
ork clearing the tracks. It is known
at the train contains plenty of food
ad warmth for the travellers and the
ilroad is making every effort to
ruse the college boys during their
forced stopover.
While the musicians are spending
eir time in the snow banks of Kan-
s, the plans for the "J" hop are
aiting and the various members of
e committees are growing anxious,
rnest Kanzler, who is the general
airman for this year's hop, is one of
e unfortunate "strollers." Nothing
n be done until he returns and with
e big dance only a few weeks dis-

Saturday,~

Joseph M Gaites

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is known that the
ung ladies in Ann
pt many tears eve
and trains failed to
n back. Also man
moaning the luck
rtain students fro:
rrent accounts. An
it, the campus is
about the coast a
every eye is watc
reports and every

ts

- in al nara woring communities,
amusement is a necessity. It is the
proper relaxation from work. Some
go to the theater to see good plays;
some to see good acting; some to be
interested; some to be moved; some
to be taught; sone to be thrilled; but
lady the great paying public that works
hard wants amusement. In musical
et ion comedy they get the highest form of it,
m.; on at their price, their time and place-
they get it more often and in greater;

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ers at quantities than any form of venter-
range- tainment on the map.
"Everyone who has a heart loves
music. Everyone who has a heart lov-
es laughter, so all -the best-hearted
people love this happy combination of
~ music and laughter."

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Old Alumnus Dies in Saginaw.
SAGINAW, Jan. 5.-Elijah Tread-
well, '69, E, died Friday from pneumo-
nia. He was one of the oldest grad-
uates of the engineering department,
and his name is prominent as the sur-
veyor of the Mackinaw division of the

Advertising Proves Too Expensive.
A record of cost to the university of
advertising the summer school through
mnagazines, Compared to the number of
students attracted to the university
through these advertisements, shows
an expense too high per student. For
this reason the officers of the universi-
t; will reduce the amount of advertis-
ing in magazines and send out a great-
er number of announcements directly
to prospective students. It is believed
that more immediate and certain re-
sults are to be obtained from this
method of advertising.
Prof. Hussey Will Return Next Month.
Professor William J. Hussey who
left Ann Arbor for Argentina, South
l America last June, will r.eturn here
the first part of February. He expects
to leave La Platte tomorrow and will
complete the journey in about a month
Professor Hussey has been taking ob-
servations near Buenos Ayres and has
been director of the observatory at the
University of Argentina.
Detroit Alumnae Hear Nelson
Mr. J. R. Nelson, instructor in En-
glish in the' engineering department
read a paper before the Collegiate
Alumnae ;an Detroit yesterday after-
noon. His subject was: "Bernard
Shaw, His Criticisms of Modern So-
ciety."

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The
Daily
Only
A Reminder ! Gruber's Try
Will Soon be Here. A Monst
Wedonday M AJESTI
Tuesday
Wdedy M VAUDEVILI
ACROD %TIC CLOWNS
Mareeno &BDlton
FUN CALORE
"A Creat Act in More Ways
MONTCOMERY DUO Mac
Musical Experts si

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Michigan Central and also the
Marquette.

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. Nowhere else will you
ve you--the proof cf the
and eat!
>UTATION for CORRECT
SERVICE than it is pos-
models with those cost.'

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FIELD 99
119 South Main Street

Humphrey Announces Engagement!
The engagement, of George M. Hum-
phrey, '12 L, of Saginaw, Michigan to
Miss Pamela Stock also of Saginaw,
was announced recently. Humphrey
is a member of the Phi Delta Phi and
Psi Upsilon fraternities, the Barrister
society, and is also on the editorial
staff of the Law Review.
Dr. Warthin Returns from Chicago.
Dr. A. S. Warthin, of the Medical
faculty, returned home yesterday
morning from Chicago where he has
been on professional business for the
past few days. On Friday, he read a
paper before the Chicago Medical So-
ciety.

ILSON Y QYLE
-and U BLACIFACE

THE EMINENT DRAMATIC STAR
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IN A ONE
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