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ARBOR. MICHIGAN TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1912.

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nost successful dinners
of the class, was the
iment at the junior en-
held at the Union last
>er acted as toastmaster.
ho is delivering several
n behalf of good roads,
Rich were the guests of
Peerless Trio," McFar-
and Harrington of the
e Club gave several se-
Mills spoke on the value
ering society debating
neers. Mr. Hoyt talked
work and the student en-

he e

Name

Committee for Annual Party.
ommittee for the annual fancy-
rty to be given under the aus-
the Women's League on March
announced yesterday: Cather-
:kay, '13, chairman; Florence
, '13; Ruth Post, '13; Mrs.
e, '12; and Mary Palmer, '13.

HISTORY OF STANDARD OIL
TOLD BY PROF. SlMALLEY.
The history of the Standard Oil
company and its prosecution in the
United State Courts formed the sub-
stance of the first of Professor Small-
ey's lectures on Trusts, given yester-
day afternoon.
Professor Smalley briefly followed
the progress of the organization from
its inception by John D. Rockefeller
through what he characterized as the
formative, monopoly and trust stages.
He then described the history and na-
ture of the prosecutions which finally
culminated in the recent trial.
A similar treatment of the Tobacco
Trust and its trial will be followed in
the next lecture which will be given
Wednesday at 1 o'clock in the econom-
ics lecture room.
Prof. J. R. Rood Visits Lapeer.
Prof. J. R. Rood of the law depart-
ment made a business trip to Lapeer
yesterday. He will probably return
come time Wednesday.
CERCLE FRANCAIS
GIVES "SOIREE"
Vau Devi le Performance to be
Fo :owed by Dance and
Reception
CIMEDY F.RCE IS THE FEATURE.

Skated on Thin lee, But Is Rese
After Hard Struggle, by
Companions.
Frederick F. Blicke, '13 E, of B
rus, Ohio, narrowly escaped deat:
drowning Sunday afternoon whe:
broke through the ice on the Hu
ri, er while skating two miles wes
Ypsilanti.
bncre and two other students
skated six miles down the river
Ann Arbor, when they came upor
spot where ice had been cut the
previously, but which had slightly E
en over again. Unconscious or dan
Blicke, who was in the lead, sk
upon the thin ice and immediately
through. Only after .a violent ,si
gle was he able to regain a hold
firm ice, from which point he was d
-ged out by his companions.

was taken to a lE
bank of the river,
ed for. The party
bor Monday even
ported yesterday
the cold plunge.

pay- f

TONIGHT

e was re-
worse for

ON GAME LIFE'

FOOD

Photographer of Wild Animals
Shows Pic'u t s Taken
in Africa
PHOTCS TAKEN AT CLOSE RNGE.
A. Radclyffe Dugmore, F. R. G. S.
will deliver a lecture on African game
life tonight at 8:15 o'clock in Uni. ersi-
ty hall as the sixth number on the 'S.
L. A. course. Live game on ex-Presi-
dent Roose, elt's recent hunting trip
will be pictured by the wild game pho-

C. H. Hoyt, of
partment of Ag
Bureau, gave hi
How and Why ,
day afternoon.
give a popular
rhsicy lactnua

co

Following its annual custom the Cer- ad
cle Francais will gi. e its mid year th;
'Soiree Artistique et Iansante" at Sar- un
ah Caswell Angell Hall tomorrow ev- of
ening at 8 o'clock. The entertainment
takes the nature of a vaudeville per M
forrr ance, introducing several features,
imusikal and literary, to be followed by o
a dance in the parbors of Barbour gym-
nasium and a redeption to the French I
faculty, open to the audience. wi
The opening number of the prograir NC
will be a selection on the piano
by Mark Wisdom, entitled "Moment r
Musial" by Moskowski. It will be fol- ie

uyt cs cire

go(

nter and is
in 'self de-

in
near

Friday morn
ned by burninE
m. They bare
fore the entir
r were forc
deep snow t
-e they arrive
The next dad
es to the near

sta

ed. Photographs of African animal lowed by a recitation by William T.
life have heretofore been taken at a Daugherty of a selection from Willian
distance, but all of Mr. Dugmore's were Henry Drummond's "L habitant." The
snapped at close range, some not far- selection itself is entitled "Le Vie
" ther than twelve and fifteen yards from Temps," and will be given in the brok-
dangerous animals. en English of the Canadian French
- S-ientists and naturalists agree that Thomas E. Black will entertain with
- Mr. Dugmore's pictures of African a violin solo, and M. Rene Talamon of
t game are the most remarkable ever 'he French faculty will introduce twc
- made. recitations of the lines of Victor Hugo
f. The fact that Mr. Dugmore is an in- M. Talarron's capacity for entertainin:
t teresting lecturer, combined with the an audience has been tested and has
' remarkable photographs that he will pro.ed an applauded feature at Cercle
d show, should insure to those who go fun..tions ever since he has been in the
a to University hall tonight a well spen university. Miss Mercedes deCoenaga
- hour and a half, will offer a solo in the French tonguc
entitled "Le Chanson de Florian" of
- ALL BOOTH SPACE ALLOTTED. Codard's. Miss de Gcenaa has per-
9 formed frequently in Cercle entertain-
- J-Hop Commttees 1ak3 Dacision An;;:. ents. The feature of the evening will
e Discuss Conceit D..e. be the playing of the master comedy
- Delta Chi, Kappa Sigma and Alpha farce of Tristean Bernard's, the popu-
o Sigma Phi fraternities' were allotted lar playwright, entitled "L'anglais tel
d space for the 1913 junior hop by the qu'on le parle." Brimming with a hu-
y committees Sunday afternoon at the -or unexcelled it has proven a fa. or-
- Chi Psi house.. It was found impossi- Ate to the lo.ers of the French lan-
ble to give space to Acaci-a, the Mason- guage abroad and in this country. The
- ic fraternity, as all the available booths members of the cast who will put on
have been given out. The, three fra- this production are Misses Irene Mc-
ternities which recei ed the extra Fadden, Mary Munro, Messrs. S. Pie-
booths this year will occupy the same ,raski, Val Laliberte, Loren Robinson
s bcoths they had last year. Robert Gillett, Edgar Mowrer, and Cy-
y Considerable discussion has resulted ril Quinn. The plot centers about the
e in regard to the best time for holding amusing trials of an eloped couple
s the glee club concert, which has be who fly from paternal arms in England
e come an annual affair for the hop vis- and seek refuge in France, to which
e itors. In former years it has been giv- place they are pursued by an angry
1 en on Saturday evening following the father. Overtaken, there are a num-
A dance, but this has caused much corn her cf amusing particulars on accoun
plaint among many of the fraternities of the ignorance of the so called in.
that have planned house parties for terpreter of the French language. The
that night. A strong move is on foot 'ro-ram is arranged gin such a way as
Li to change the date to Thursday evenin : to give amusement to those who are
jpreceding the hop. Some have objected not well acquain ed with French, in-
,y _j .. , ^n rh '-ro'ln,'s th- asmuch as it is generously interspers-
- many of the visitors will not have ar- ' .h music and a foreigner's En-
rived by that time. Odiciai aueion wn glish.
be taken by the comimttees at tne nex' 1he number is the second of enter-
s, meeting which will be held the latter ainments of the Cercle Francais and
- part of this week. s open to the course ticket of the Cer-
- A meeting of the independents will cle, which will be on sale at the door
d. be held at the Michigan un.on Tharb- fo students the price is 50 cents; to
day evening at 7 o'clock. . others $1.00..

A monster rall:
'n Chicago Thurs
rurpose of stimuli
the coming contes
his meeting Har
coach of the Chico
predicted a victor
He stated that "Cl
championship bec;
every man on the
forensic ability an
rience." Every eff
the teams to get o
sight so'that no su
by their opponents
The Northweste:
ing hard for the c
the students at (
fident that their
victorious.
The Michigan te:
ing diligently for
Prof. Trueblood ;
-onfideit the boys
account of thems(
PRES. BENTON

in Ann Arbor Sat

Lt.

'12
he

for Fractures
dent, broke hi
fell on an ic;
y. This is th
ster that he ha
n in the sam

re.

I while attending th
a Lansing, Locke fel
ers receiving the firs
rs Convene Here.
Health Officers wil
n in the medical build
30 and 31st. Man;
will be here, and cur
ill be discussed.

"The Fact, Eternity, and Chara
of God" was the subject of an inter
ing talk delivered to the Wesle
'uild Sunday evening by Guy Pc
Benton, president of the Universit
Vermont. After the lecture Presid
Potter was entertained at the hom
Regent Beal until train time.
Judga Lane to Address Engineer
Judge Victor Lane of the law
-'artront will be the principal spec
at the Tau Beta Pi,-honorary engin
ing society, dinner at the Michigan
ion tonight at 6 o'clock. The dinne
a monthly affair and informal in
ture. Talks will be given by som
the student members of the orgar
tion. Francis Letchfield, presiden
the society, will preside.

S:.

stions w

iowlton Did Not Meet ClisseS
J. C. Knowlton. of the law de
t was unable to meet his class
rday because.of a severe col
resume his work today.

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