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January 13, 1912 - Image 4

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SIC AND DRAMA

4

"Doctor De Luxel Today.

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le.

1The secret of."Doctor De Luxe" suc-
cess which has scored the biggest kind
of a it everywhere, lies in the excel-

lent comedy that the authors, have put
~oucanin their story and in the superb cast
headed by Ralph Herz. Mir. Hlerz,
leader of the funimaking , appears on
the stage within a moment after the
opening chorus and immediately puts
1 the audience in a hilarious mood,
B lock From then to the finale of the last act
there is no let up in the smart pace
set for the comedy, song and dance.
while during every moment of the di-

M~IE CAYE. OF THE FORTY
THIEVES AS SHE IS _1OW1'
Many gentlemen with bills and
many, many ladies of- all sexes and de-
3rlptiouis frequent the office of the
P'urchasing Department in- University
'iall. But the agent has incidentals to
aittend to, and in order to stave off
jlhe daily swarm of busy bees an elec-
,i tch has been placed on the gate
D' the fence which bairs the great un-
w-ashed from the official sanctum,
whoile the hand latch has been boxed
:n. The "sesame" button lies one the
;tenographerk's desk just inside the di-r
riding line.
Ahustling expressman heaved into:
j .he office yesterday morning, bearing
his weary burden, a 500 pound box of'
analytical geometries, and started to
jmake ingress through said wicket.
The gate stuck and- the trusty hand
faltered. Glistening beads of sweat
poured dwn, and boiling words hiss-
-ed forth--the names of all places no,
on earth. ' Time went on, but his ef-
forts were fruitless. He made a last
despairing try, just as' the returning
stenographer rustled to her desk anO
pressed the button. "Open sesame!"
"My God!" he wheezed, turning -to
;.he smiling damsel. "But h? don't see
how i done that,"
P110OFESSOII C AS4 GETS GRANT
FROJM31 CARNEGI E INSTITIITE.

New Whitiey,
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alogue the laughter is incessant, and!
the musical and. specialty featuresj
have not been neglected.
The production abounds in surprises
in chorus groupings and effects, The
chorus is made up of pretty girls. This
phenomenal success will be at the
Whitney Theater this afternoon at
2:15 and tonight at 8:15.
I UNIVERSITY NOTICES C
All-men wishing information about
the pictures of the Musical Clubs' trip
call W"ebb at 33.
All candidates for soph engineers
basketball teami report at 3 p. m. at
city Y. M. C. A. today. Election of
captain.
Meeting of Cercle Francais January
15 at 8:30 p. m.
Lit hockey players will practice this
afternoon at Ferry field at 2 o'clock.
All rifle club men. report at McMil-
Ian hall tonight from 7:30 o'clock,
Team may be picked then.
EXPERT TO LECTURE ON ROADS,
Government Employee Will Talk Be-
fore Engineers Next Week.
A series of four lectures on good
roads construction will be delivered
next wek by Chas. H. Hoyt, road ex~
pert, from the office of Public Roads.
De at e t o g i ut r , U ieStates Government. Three of these wil'
deal with methods of road construe-
tion, and will be delivered in roonr
348, New Engineering building, at 4
p. m., on next Monday, Tuesday, ark
Wednesday. A general lecture on th-
benefits of improved highways will bi-
given by Mr. Hoyt in the west physic=~
lecture room on Tuesday evening uin--
der the auspices of the Engineering so
ciety. The general public is. invite(
to attend this lecture.
"Any student who is likely to be con-
nected in any way with road buildia -
should not miss these lectures." said.
Professor E. D. Rich. "This ap-plies
particularly to all engineers, foresters
landscape gardners and all stifent.
from foreign countries."
WOMEN'S LEAGUVE HOLDS ICE
CARNIVAL AT SHATING URINK

x In thie;
"Des

Matin-ee at 2:15
Night. Pertormai

Prices: 35, 5,0, 75c,
Cherry Bark C
An ziieut agr, rah e R;x
mneit- of Couglai.,If arsc'ne s a
-Cherry B3ark-Cimgh Sviup'is pre
- that both childien an.a i1 lts %,
rem~edyof pleasant taste: We.,g
'efficiency of all Rexai] RIenwldie I
EI.; bSILL,

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Professor E. C. Case of the geology
department has been granted '$2,000 r,
year for the next two years by the
-Carnegie Institute of -Washington, for
the purpose of continuing his research-
es upon the vertebrates- of the Per-
nian period. This~ is the third grant
.hat the Carnegie Institute has mad(-
or Prof essor' Case's studies, the re=
cults of the investigations which the
first two grants made possible,, hv-
ing' been published by the Thstiftubrl
. 1n_ 190? and in 1912. 'the first "buxl1l
ration is known as'-publication 5:5
lhe results of 'the second i'estigtior
~re contained' in publicatiofis _5~ anc
146 of the Institute. -

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NC UtS Cc N? [CI IONS, CIGAR
BACqO, CrOARLTIS, PIP[S'
Agents for B-B-B Pipes
will try and pleaise you all and give you
the tvery best satisfacitiou.
LARGE LINE OF CLASS PIPES
. E. JOLLY
S. Stale Street, AnnArbo", Mich.

3. C~. A. IlIl Present Dramia Tonl1''
A missionary drama entitled, "ThE-
r'ransformatlon of Deacon Jones" wil-
e given by the missionary committe(e
)f the Stude~nts' Christian Associat{idi
,onight' in Newberry Hall at 7:30. Thf
Irama was written by the menmbers of
.he committee, Everybody is invite(
.o attend. -
SOPIIODE ADVOCATES DOING
AWAY WVITH CLASS P'OLITICS-
In order to prevent any splitting, p~
)f the class into cliques and to im
_nate a repetition of the disconten;,
wihich prevailed in the '11 class, the-
:tbolishmnent of all electioneering Kor
glass offices was advocatgd by Frani-
Vic Hale,: '14, at the second soph lit
~lass dinner held last evening at t1bi
IUnion.
Professor John R. Brumm, Cyri'
Quinn, GUY Woolfolk, . Leonard Clinr
I id George Carron also spoke anC
-nmusic -was furnished by Bruce Drom
ey, Lyle :Clift and Edward Moseman.

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ns, burdions, ingrowing-
s. tre itptd and cured-
rything ahsolu ek an-
-12 a. m. 1-S and 7-8 p n
J. FOLEY
eet. End North 1 2th
School - Phone 988-J

In spite of the cold-or because of it
-there will be an ice carnival at
Weinberg's rink Saturday evening2
January 20. The affair Is= under tho
auspices of the Wlomen.'s League, Lily.
Tubbs being chairman of the commit-
tee in charge. The-carnival is open to
all men, women and children,. A band'
will play to add to the enjoyment ofJ
"the glide." An admission fee of fif-
teen cents will be charged.

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71 Reductio1n Sale of
hattan Shirts

11fUST PAY LABORATORY FEES.
Credits Will be'IHeld up unless Stu-
dents Spttle.
By resolution of the Board ofRe
Re eats, hereafter, no credit -for labo-
' atory courses will be given by the"
registrar until the laboratory account:
for the courses have been paid.
If the laboratory account of a stu-
lent has not been settled by the tim(,
lhe examination rprsare' trans
p aitted to the registrar, the examilna-
~ion report of that student will be
.harked "W" (withheld) anid- credit
will not be given except on presenta-
ion of a receipt from the treasurer
hat the4 account h~as been pa.idAr
additional' charge of one dollar Soil'
)e made for late payment.
-The tables will be checked up and
accounts of students taking beginnin-
'ourses in general chemistry will be"
-eady for settlement by January 31.
The accounts in qualitative analysis
will be drawn up by February 2.Al'
other accounts will be ready for settle-
nent by February 5.

-$1.20
- $1,35
- $1.50

A ll $ 2 .5 0 S h i fts n qwi y a ti
"$3.00 i" i

'" $1.88l
- $2.25
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IM- ~ Z'~'
MC4 0 )n
An ven d''tU- t days because444'
itmensth~tl 4x 4 -an'ti
W ith mepcansg te of Fatima you -
get a penna nd coupon, 25 0}f wich £if' o r
a~curc a handsome f,I college p en' + t
nandI (!,&x32) 'eckcf~on Oq 100 0C. at$

.NE WTEAR
50C Ties 35c, or three for $r,00
L", CONLIN&c IIEGEL

~lulnus Attendds Coronatiom
Gus Martyn Johnson, ''05, 'was' one
)f the thousands that attended the re-
,ent Coronation Durbar in India.-

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to graph1sg-0to

. 0. MARDE.

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