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Heart I-

aling Hints

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Whitney

by Nora Lean Jbbey
Do His Washing? gal provisions against cruel and unus-
bey:-I am a sopho- ual punishments make it almost im-
epartment and my fi- possible to provide for such a case.
ng low. I know a girl As for the snore we suggest connect-
I love dearly and I ing the nose of the offender with an
with her that I nearly autoniobile muffler.
Do you think I know Two Would Marry Him.
that I might be jus-
my washing down to Dear Miss Jibbey:- I am a fresh-
man in the law department and en-
W. H. A. gaged to a young lady in the west
ent opportunity to de- Sinc.-coming here another girl friend
the lady is able, and has announced her engagement to me
rt you should not be and is now making her wedding cloth-
wish to congratulate es. Now will you please advise me
overy toward decreas- how to explain to my friend that she
vern oahas misunderstood my attentions,for I
ite Who Snores. do not love her? These two young la-
bbey:-I am in dire dies live in the same city and I fear
.obgemynhs amyn re- that my true sweetheart will hear of
ong months my room-
sing cream and olive it. How could I explain matters if
a few faint, ingrow- she fi'ds it out, for she believes me
upper lip, discernible true to her only?
He even boasts that "Worried."
de of the Washington I would suggest that you depart im-
you advise a lunacy mediately without leaving an address.E
7cry Soap? Your danger is terrible. Such things
s at night and asked can be safely explained only at a con-
lie cup for Xmas. siderable distance. Above all don't
H. C. C. let both of the ladies get hold of you
r seems adequate. Le- at the sName time.

COMING ATTRAC
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the very best satsfsaction.
LARGE LINE OF CLASS PIPES
Z. E. JOLLV
8 S. State Street, AnnArbor, Mich.

from "Othello," written by Mr. How-
land was most cordially received, and
he was compelled to acknowledgd the
repeated plaudits of the audience after
he had sung.
Pupils' Recital.
The first of the series of pupils' re-
citals will be given in the School of
Music Hall, Friday at 4:15. The stu-
dents of the vocal and piano depart-
ments will take part.
"The Havoc."
Henry Miller, who will appear at the
New Whitney February 7, in "The
Havoc," comes to us in his new' play
fresh from an all-season run at the
Bijou Theatre, New York, and backed
by the positive statements from the
most famous critics of the east that it
his new role he is doing the greatest
acting of his career. His play is the
most powerful drama he has present-
ed to the theater-going public since
he became an independent star and
producer, and is made particularly
notable because of its titanic centra,
role, which is a far more striking
character than his Stephen Ghent in
"The Great Divide," Eric Temple in

"Heartsease," Sidney Carton in "The
Only Way," the drain-man in "The
Servant in the House," or any other
famous figure in the many powerfil
plays which Mr. Miller has produced
and presented to us.
Michigan Singers at the Majestic
=ief interest in the new Majestic
show that opens tonight centers in the
,lnitial appearance on the professional
vaudeville stage of three well knowr
Michigan boys who have made good as
sinagers and members of the Universi-
ty Glee Club. The act has been called
the "Glee Club Quartet" and the mem-
bers are Kenneth Westerman, Bur-
leigh Jacobs, Howard Porter, and Win.
. Trle. Manager Lane of the Ma-
jestic is enthusiastic over the work of
these men and if the Majestic engage-
ment is a success from a theatrical
point of view, he will arrange a long
tour of the principal theaters for the
men next summer at the close of the'
school year. Tonight will also wit-
ness the appearance of the long ex-
pected elephant "Minnie," who will
give her sensational performance in
company with a troupe of ponies and
horses under the direction of Max
Gruber, from the Hippodrome, New
York. The rest of the show will be
in keeping with the high standard of
the star features. Photoplays of the
story of "Joan of Arc" will be an at-
tractive number.
IRACI( COMMITTEE FOR 1912
ANNOUNCD BY CAPT. GAMBLE
Captain "Pat" Gamble of the Varsity
track team has announced the appoint-
ment of his track committee for the
1912 season. Donald G. Denison, 'a,
John L. McCloud, '13 E, and Willis A
Diekema, '14, have been chosen to
serve.
These men, according to custom, will
assist Track Manager "Wy" William-
son in taking care of the activities per-
tinent to the track season and the
scheduled track meets. Captain Gain-
Me made the appointments public last
night.
Engineering Alumnus Gets Cotract.
Reports from lBusrah, Arabia, are to
,he effect that Charles Shaw, '11, has
'een assiened the contract for the
building of houses-in-that city. Shaw
went to Ar pia in connenou with Lxi
r. M. C. A. mission work immediately
after his graduation.
FIFTEEN SCRIBES COMPETE
IN WRITING OF NEXT OPERA.
Fifteen men will compete in the writ-
ing of next year's opera. A meeting
was called yesterday afternoon by
Philip Fletcher, general chairman of
the 1912 opera, and directions were
given the men for preliminary work
upon the lyrics and books for next
year. The first act and a synopsis of1
the remainder of the play must be in
the hands of the general chairman by
March 31.

'122 S. Main St.
Packs

Invitations have been sent to Pres-
ident Emeritus James B. Angell, Pres-
ident H. B. Hutchins, Dean Myra B Ii
Jordan, and pthers to attend a lunch- man
eon for university women in Detroit :his
on February 17. The committee ir. In
charge, of which Miss Bertha C. Bar- mee
ney, '96, is chairman, refers to the af- M
fair in the invitations as a "rally o" om]
university of Michigan women." The zigl
girls' glee club will also attend the
function. It is likely that the resi- r,
dence halls will receive their share o:
attention at the luncheon.
New Members Banqueted at Union
Phi Lambda Upsilon, the honorary
chemical fraternity, held a banque Tb
at the'Union Mast evening in honor o nee
the new members. During the semes- all
ter the following men have been taken ,eve
into the fraternity: L. H. Cretcher )rou
G. E. Cullen, R. L. Jickling and R. F jues
Keeler. Prof. D. M. Lichty and Mr in
H. N. Cole were made associate mem. on
bers.

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erytliing absoluuie an-
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treet, End North 12th
h School - Phone 909-.

nal Reduction Sale 'of
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- $1.20
S$1.35
- $1.50

All $2.50 Shirts now
" $3.00
"$1.00 " "

- $1.88
- $2.25.
- 85c

PRESIDENT HUTCHINS WILL
ADDRESS BAR ASSOCIATIONM
President Harry B. Hutchins leaves
today for New York where he wil
make an address before the Universi
ty of Michigan club of New York to
morrow. He will be back in Ann Ar
bor Monday.
President Hutchins is also plannin-
to make addresses at the annual meet
ing of the Kansas State Bar associa.
tion and at a banquet of the same asso
ciation at Topeka on January 30. H(
Wll- go from there to Kansas City to b(
present at a dinner of the Kansas Cit
alumni, February 1.
Cornell has received a gift of $100,
000 from Jacob Schiff to be used in the
promotion of studies in German cu,
ture,
Seat sale t Ir t"'ne ,ag te" nox
going on at the Whitney. 8

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lay o1
o rep(

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Plans ar
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lent are i
Mans, and
;all for try
ssued, shoi
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Heavy Sa
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nas Red C
show that
ifty dollars

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35c, or three for $r.oo

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