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January 17, 1912 - Image 4

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MUSIC AND DRAMA

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Clubs

®1°T, MICH.

Junior
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Aivery.

Recital of Shakespeare Songs.
When -the name of the greatest of
English poets is mentioned in refer-
ence to songs, "Hark Hark the Lark"
and "Who is Sylvia" immediately come
to mind. Many composers of ote
have written -music to these lines; and
the best of these settings, including the
famyous Schubert ones. Mr. William
Howland will sing this afternoon In
High School Hall as one group on his'
program.
There will also be presented song
that the poet mentions in his plays-
the music of which was written two or
three' centuries ago; songs that were
sung in original performances of the
plays; and modern settings of other
well known Shakespearean lyrics.
Further interest attaches itself to
this program, in that the opportunity
will be afforded to hear Mr. owland
sing his own setting of the "Soldiers'
Song."
The songs will be supplemented by
a short analytical talk, in which many
new facts appertaining to them will
be set forth. The hour is 4:15 o'clock
BIGREU CTION
Mackinaw C'oat:s a7 50 to $8.,50
Now $6.00
Far Caps 20* off
Fur Glove 20g6 off
Heavy Underaer 1% off
Flannel Shirts 20% off
5c Neckwear 48
Sweaters 25% Ufa '
at
"Varsity Togery Sop
E 1. LO R1107 S. Univ. Ave.
Th Last Opprtunity;
r. William.
Windsor the°
Phrenologist
Will close
Business at
the end of this
week.N
Dr. W indor continues his daily
demonstrat.onaia ia ,k,to young
wen on l eaith .oid Prosperity at
4:30 V. v., until Friday at whch
tithe he wil l Ouse his engage-
ment in -Ann Arbor.
'A large nuubr of students
have taken his examinaions and
are astonished and p1 a' d it the
tic uraey with which he describes
char.eter and the heprul advice
which alwa.s accompanies his
delineations.I
F.,r the remainder of his stay
Dr. Wind-wr will give a special
examination- to *tud nts decrib-
ing the b-,nding talent, the prin-
cipal fault in the cha cte. the
choice of ocupaton urd ugest-
ioota for irnroviflg health f.r one
dollar. Do not misA this oppor-
tunity to ot n a reliable Delin-
eabioa of Character.

THREE FACULTY MEN SPERM
AT TAl BETA Pt DINNER.
T'hree. speeches by Jude Victor
Lanie, Dr. A. H. White, and Professor
G. WV. Patterson formed the pr-ogram
at the Tau Beta Pi dinner at tkie Union'
~ast night. Judge Lane spoke on "En-
gineering in the Early-Seventies," and
included in his talk an account of his
personal experiences in the Lake Sur-
vey service. Dr. A. H1. White of the
chemical engineering department gave
a talk on the "Conservation of Lumber
and Coal," and Prof. Patterson spoke
on "Railway Gauges and Their History
Here and Abroad."
60 Couples Attend Fresh Law Dance.
About sixty couples attended the
fresh lawe dance last night. Prof. G. L.
Clark and wife, and Assistant Profes-
sor Stoner acted as chaperones.

HENRY MILLI
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"tT HE HA V
HYAMS & MeIN'
The Girl of My D

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES

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MLLE. TRENTINI
In
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t a CHRISTIE McDONAI
In
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WATCH THlIS SPACE FOR I

Meeting of J Hop comilittees at 4:30
this afternon at Chi Psi house.
Men who wish to write lyrics of
book for 1913 opera, meet at;Union at
4:30 today.
Meeting of Gargoyle business staff
this afternon at 5 o'clock.

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The proper place to take you~r lady
frlien d
Dinners, lunches or refresh-
mrnt,. !test, room in connection
Ope-n from 8 ;N, m. to 5 p. m.; on
Saturday s tii 9 . m
B~anqutets and ecub dinuers atw
other bloars by special arranlge-
ment
Orchestra Sahordays-noon
unrd ee) Ii)iiys
SECON I) FLOOR
ACKL Jm & COQ.
MAIN ST.
DO0LLUA RS
hcure. Why doeznt lie try a Thimburer,

TO THE

Men

Mich

Who Want Light-Wheight Sox Thai
Without Darning for Six Mo,

Holeproof Hose are for y-ou college men who have
no mother or .-ister' near to d,) \our d arnin~g. Ti e:-e
are the Lgenuine Hulepro -f Hest, the sultest, n ( t
comrortable, be-t. fl'fl'w, mo -t stylis-'h os, ever wo(in.
They co)me in wdigh/s to s<uz. pis pairs .,re gmir-
anteed not to % ear ur ,fur bix month1s. Pleavse do not,

judge the genuire "BEolepr4
'guarsuteed hose."
"Holeproof" are made ina
are perfe, t in flii,.h and vweav(
Th~y are close-fitting.
They possess every advantatge

Phone G' 2-J

olep ran seer 10
MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN

Did You Know that the
Shoe eoeai Shop.
in the vicinitylof than campus is located at

FromEgyyt
We use yarn made from eoutton grown in Egypt;
also cotton grown in the Sea '1 t . e,,e aite the
finest ya~rns )n the world. Trhey eot us an ,r-rage of
70c p« r ib.; the top mwarket price fom- co t n 'yarns. r
.We could -ave almost half if we bought conin. n rn
But the 'hose would then sink to the coummon -rude.
It would not suit the c'ollegiate.
'lHole prool" is the finest hosiery maide.
40 Years of Knowing How;
40 years in the h., siery biincss have, taught us
how to produce a superior pru duct.
We have manle thousands of tests and experi-
ments.
We have learned how= to madke six pairy of hose
that wear without holes for six mnonths, without
sacrificing comfort or style.
Please Try the Genuine.
There are scores of poor, imitation--hose made

wish cheap yarn by amateur
carrful to get the original. I
pro-,f"on the toe. Alaothelt
adt. and the signti e-

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East William Street

Six pairs of men 's "Bolepri of.
months, cost $1.50. up to i$3 00l, avvoi
v' eight. Thei e are twelve colors,
five grades.
cIHoleproof Silk Sox, three p~irs
month - $2.10.
We mnake floleproof" for won
teo; six pairs guaranteed six mi nth.
for wmn cost Cl.OiU for thice pairs,
Months. Tell vEur mother si d sistE
Sold ii uMost High fGrade Stol
The genuine "Ilotroa'f" is sold in An
by vour own haberdasher pr, babi3. G t t
t-,du4y ant(1r them'. Do it now. You wiL
go back to the other kind

se are the best manufactured for repairing shoes-the quality of our work
CAREFULLY OUR WORK WITH THAT DONE ELSEWHERE-Notice howr
ear-it will do us broth good.

SHOE

REPAIR

SHOP

Write for free go "Ho to Make Your feet Happy"
HOLEPRO 3 F HOSIERY COMPANY,MILWAUKEE,

THDE SIGN 0OF THE ELECTRIC SHOEj

IPhloto ~ravhs go to

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