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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1912

CERCLE TO GIVE

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MID-YEAR SOIREE
Plavlet, Music and Recitations
Make Up the Evening's
Emertainment

OFFICIALS STILL
,REFUSE TO TALK
Rumors That Y. M. C. A, is
Collecting Funds Are Not
Confirmed

COBBLER TOM CO"S INTO
POETICAL FIELDS

Lovell

rItes Poem eiling
The Seriousness
"of Life.-

With

nore, F. R. G. S.,
Ly Janiuary 16, in
the sixth' number
irse for the year.
optican lecture on
beasts in Africa.
s in that continent
It two years ago:
-2-president for a
)nsidered to be an
cord of African
cook, "Camera Ad-
an Wilds" gives a
his adventures,
1 relate in Univer-
so written a num-
>n the life of ani-
tre, "Bird Homes"
Camera."
ection consists of
;ographs such a.
ing at a distance
i at twelve yards,
of its bath, harte-
ght and hippos at
Dugmore is said

Tom Lovell, the Huron street boot
and shoe repairer is something of a
poet as well as a mender of student

DANCING WILL FOLLOW PROGRAM SEC.TINKERRETURNfootgear and his latest journey to the F
DANCNG ILL OLLW POGRA SE. TIKERRETRNS-ROKASTrealms of fantasy has resulted in a

Earnest work by the Cercle Francais
on the annual mid-year "Soiree Litter-
aire et Musicale," which will be stag-
ed in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall next
Wednesday eveninfg at 8 o'clock, prom-
ises a finished entertainment. M. Rene
Talamon will give two recitations and
there will be musical numbers.
Other features will be figured
by student players, and especial atten-
tion is being put on the comedy playlet
"L'anglais tel qu'on le parle," which
promises to please with its brimming
mirth, and lively tone.
Of no small popularity in the past
has been the dance tendered to the
audience in the parlors of Barbour
gymnasium, which Ike Fispher will
enliven with some lively music impor-
tations from France. Refreshments
will be served during the reception
The entertainment will be the second
of this year's series, and is open on
the Cercle course ticket, which can be
obtained from French faculty mem-
bers or at the door on Wednesday
night. To students the price is 50
cents, to others $1.00.
Dr. Sellars to Speak on Rationalism.
"Pagan Rationalism and Christian
Revelation" is the subject on which
Dr. Roy W. Sellars of the philosophy
department will speak at the Unitari-
an Church tomorrow evening at 7
o'clock, The lecturer's theme will be
a comparison of the Stoic's and Epi-
curean's ethics with the Christians
Dr. Sellars will give another talk at
the church on the same topic, next

Rumors are current to the effectf
that the Y. M. C. A. has started its
campaign for funds for the new club-
house, the construction of which has
been contemplatl for some time. Both
W. H. Tinker, religious director, and
Carl Smith, secretary, have been out
of the city for the last two weeks but
as to whether it has been in the inter-
ests of the organization, they refuse to
say.
Mr. Tinker returned from a trip
through the east yesterday and when
questioned about the trip the follow-
ing conversation occurred.
"You were in the east were you not,
Mr. Tinker?"
"Yes, I visited throughout the east
on a pleasure tour."
"Was the trip in the interest of the
Y. M. C. A?"
"Well, it was partially in the inter.
ests of the organization. That is all
I have to say."
Mr. Smith has been going to Detroit
for the day and returning at night for
the last week. When interviewed last
night as to whether his trips have
been in the interests of the Y.Y M. C. A
he said, "I have absolutely nothing to
say. I have been out of town, that1
all."
BASKET THROWERS THREATEN
TO WEAR OUT Y. -. C. A. 1LO(;it

poem of "literary merit," as the editor
of the Gargoyle would state.
The poem deals with the seriousnesE
of life and the deeds that we shouli
do in our all too short journey befor
the unfeeling Atropos cuts the vita'
thread.

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The one who is found with a darken-
ed mind
And who never seeks light of and
kind f
Will soon find his understanding i
such
His mind puts darkness for light an
his taste corrupts."
"Discovery is one for those who wil-
go,
Through the path of experience her
below
As we travel along, we shall have it'
say
New discoveries will come as w
learn in our way."
His masterpiece, is Tom's person
al opinion of this latest work and th
repair artist further stated when
speaking of his poetical ability, "I-
Loves to do hit, hand hat the presen
toin e Hi 'ave two songs in New Yor'
etting the music composed. Hi har
delighted to be with the boys hand t,
recite to 'em when they comes in th
shop. You see Hi wants to bring ms
wife and children to Hamerica som
Woime this. year and these little poem-
will serve to give me a little lift, you
know, and hevery lift will count loik
heverything, hand Hi wants to sye t
'he students that Hi thank them ver:
'nuch for the 'elp they 'ave given me.'

Today
ys-tha
.ild "so
old, the
ud the 4
aere ar
ith the
"We a
irday if

And
vea
fiat

terseness

e func-I

number of
ical faculty
nior medics
of the year
Neen 40 and
ill be pres-
La toastmas-

Sunday.
AIVERTISEMENT WRITING
INTRODUED AT INDIANA,.
Instruction in advertisement writ-
ing has been introduced at the Uni-
-ersity of Indiana by Joseph W. Piercy
as one of the new ideas which he has
been bringing into the journalism de-
partment. Laboratory work in which
the students will go to local merchants
and write their advertisements for'
:ocal papers is to form the latter par;'
of the new course. The theoretical
work will consist of a study of the
style and methods of writing adver-
tisements, of advertising campaigns,
and the psychology of advertising.
Architects to Invoke Terpsichore-
An architects dance will be held by,
the Architectural Society on.Saturday
January 20, at Packard Hall. All ar-
chitects are invited to attend. Tickets
may be procured from a committee
composed of Chester Wright, Lester
Anderson, A. Abbott, .and Clifford Ran-
dell.

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They're hanging the S. R. 0. sign out
.nost of the time down at the city Y. M
. A. gym these days due to the activ-
ty of sundry class basketball mana-
gers in quartering athletes on the hos-
pitality of the "Y" officials. The "book.
ings" for brief practice hours cover
about every available time in ev(
available day and the courts are se!.
lom free from swarms of numeral as-
'iring basket throwers.
The moment exams are safely over.
.he scene of activities will be shifted to
Waterman gym, but until that time.,
she downtown court will lose little of
its present popularity. Practically all
the class teams have periods of time
reserved in each week, and it looks a-,
if the competition among the classes
will prove the merriest in many years
before the championship is finally de-
termined.

SEVEN "PORTIAS" AND FIVE
"SHYLOCKS" WILL PERFORY
Seven "Portias" and five "Shylocks'
will be seen at the recital of "Th
Merchant of Venice" to be given b;
?rcfessor Trueblood's class in Shakes
pearean Reading on January 25 a
Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. A differ
nt actor will portray these parts ii
*ach scene of the play.ยข
Dr. Hus Suffers From Broken Wris-
Dr. Henri Hus of the biology depart
ment is suffering from a broken wris
resulting from a fall on the ice Thure
lay evening. Dr. Hus expects to mec
his classes Monday.
'?berlin. Professor To Talk Tomorrov
Prof. W. J. Hutchins, of Oberlin co'
'ege, will speak on "The Debts Yo-
Forget" at the Y. M. C. A. meetin.
Sunday afternoon. This is the secon
in the series ofd talks now being give:
by the organization.
BANQUET SPEAKERS ANNOUNCEI

T-,
end
m e r

sking th
ance wa
avitation
nd man-
'ere disc
e held i
t which
AST FO
PLAY

tot in Spain" is the
by Harry A.Franck,
1n received at the
office. Mr. Frank
University of Mich-
Lhce that time has
time in travelling

Graduate Club Will Hold Reception.
" The Graduate Club will hold a recep-
tion in Barbour gymnasium tonight
at seven thirty. Professor H. R.
Cross of the Fine Arts depart-
tnent, will give an illustrated lecturo
on "Architectural Evolution," after
which a dance will take place and re-,
freshments will'be served.
MIKADO OF JAPAN RETICENT
CONCERNING GLEE CLUB TRIP
Cer l,, ers all over the country

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ew book by Annie S. Peck
ed "A Search for the Apex
" In this the writer de-
m mountain climbing in Pe-
via. with some observations
try and people.
es Daneed Last Evening.
nedics danced at the Pack-
ancing academy last even-
rogram started at 8:30 and
couples attended. Mr. and
Crablue acted as chaper-
Flange to Dine at Union.
Flange, the civil engineer-
will hold its bi-monthly
he Michigan Union club-
ht. Two members of the
be present to give talks
br of the student memnbers
%d papers for the affair.
08 Talks to Research Club.
Perkins of the Bacteriolo-
4t read a paper on "A New
itus Fatal to the Rat," be-
l6ir Research Club at their
Xing held Tuesday in
t uilding. Afterwards a
'ussion was held and re-
parenrvd

AND EVEN PHI, BETA KAPPA
KEYS MUST COME TO THISI
A recent-investigation among the
pawn-shops along Park. Row in New
York, disclosed many badges of prom-
inent college fraternities among the
"soaks." In all there were about 42,
pins and three.or four Phi Beta Kappa
keys found in the "accommodation"
houses. Prices on these pins ranged
from 75 cents, which was the value
set on a key, to $10.
Fraternity men are inclined to scout
the assumption that these keys were
pawned by their owners when tempo-
rarily financially embarrassed, and
point to the fact that most of the pins
are old styles no longer in use, and
were in many cases either lost or stol-
en. A '
Senior Lits to Dance Saturday.
The social committee of the senior
lit class met yesterday afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium and nnounced a
dance for the afternoon of Saturday,
January 20. Tickets will go on sale:
the first of the weel.

have it that "the ~GleeyClub of theWebster Society Gives Plans for Fifty
University of Michigan has been ask- Second Annual Banquet.
ed to visit Japan at the expense of the Dean H. M. Bates and Prof. J. R
Japanese government." Last night, good will be the principal speakers a
the Mikado neither confirmed or de- the fifty-second annual banquet of th
nied the report and great reticence Webster Society, which will be hel.
was encountered in all the official cir- tonight at 8 o'clock at the Hotel Allen
cles. New developments will be. re- el. Dean Bates will speak on "Th,
ported in tomorrow's Daily. Department," and Prof. Rood will ca:
to mind "The Old Boys."
Professors Inspect Local Hospitals. Inman Sealby, C V. Essery, and F
Professors Hill and Parrish of the N. Genzberger of, the senior class wil
University of Missouri, are in Ann Ar- respond to toasts; Arthur Otto and F
bor to inspect the University hospitals 1 . Smoyer will represent the class c
Professor C. P. Carey of the University 1913, while C. L. Potter will appear i:
of Wisconsin, was also a visitor at the: behalf of the newest members of th
University this week. Professor Carey department. W. W. Blackney, the re
is the State Superintendent of Public tiring president, will act as toastmas
Instruction in Wisconsin. ter.
Every effort has been made by th
Elsa Tribbler Elected Captain, comhittee in charge to make this th
Elsa Tribbler was elected captain most successful event of its kind i:
of the '15 girls basketball team, fol- the history of the society. ~ An in.
lowing the dinner given them in Bar- novation has been introduced this yea
bour gymnasium, Thursday evening. in inviting all members of the law de
by Misses Bigelow and Dary. partment.

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3 s0 pror
re not c
aeans.

Ieath Takes
Homer Hea
-an Union,' w
lay Rider in
ay is takin
our through
ouple are in
: letters re
hey are exp
art of next v

The commit
ig the tryou1
:ay to be pre
erein next s
Eternoon to y
iere are not a
'out fifty cam
Professors f
he committee
his year were
uch tale nt -
ickingof the
difficult task.

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