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CONTRACTS LET
FOR'13 JUNIOR HOP

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Program, Catering, Music and
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Announced.
ATTENDANCE OF 350 EXPECTED.
Michigan is, again ready for thee
perrennial junior hop girl. Caterers,
printers, decorators, musicians, livery-
men, and florists have all been
engaged to entertain Ann Arbor's
guests on February 9, the date of the
1913 Junior Hop.
Final contracts have been signed
by the committee with practically all
theĀ° firms who have 'the important
work to do at the hop. The programs
have been let to E. A. Wright Com-
pany, Philadelphia, and first proof has
already been read and returned for the
final draft. The catering contract,
which has always been the greatest
source of worry on the part of the
committees, has been awarded to S. H.
Green, a local caterer, who handled
the hop refreshments last year. A
new system has been devised by the
committee this year for serving the
guests. The fraternities will be even-
ly divided into four groups and two
dances will be set aside for each di-
vision in which they will be expected
to secure their refreshments.,
Music and Decoration Contracts Let.
Fischer of Kalamazoo and Fiuzel of
Detroit have been secured as in past
years to furnish the music for the
hop. A number of novelties have
been prepared and submitted by both
to the hop committee to be introduced
for the first time at this hop.
The decorating contract has been
let to the National Flag Decorating
Company of Detroit, who also has been
engaged for a number of years in dec-
orating Waterman gymnasium for the
hop. For the most part the fraterni-
ties have given the contracts for the
decoration of their booths to local
firms.* The general color scheme of
yellow and blue will be foflowed out
in the decoration of the main part of
the gymnasium, but the booths will
be decorated, for the most part, in
fraternity colors.
Big Attendance Expected.
According to the present outlook
the attendance at the hop this year
will compare favorably with last
year's, which was the largest on rec-
ord. Thirty-one independents have
made preparations to attend the hop
this year as against sixty-seven last
year, but it is likely that this number
will be increased materially within
the next few days. Twenty-one fra-
ternities, which have booths, have
each guaranteed ten couples for the
hop. In many instances this number
will be exceeded and the total attend-
ance will aggregate in the neighbor-
hood of 350 couples.
Many Entertainments Planned.
As 'usual many, of the university
organizations have planned entertain-
ments for the hop visitors. The com-
bined musical clubs wI give a con-
cert in University Hall on Thursday
evening, February 8. The hop itself
will occur upon Friday night and Sat-
urday afternoon the Comedy Club will
present "The Magistrate" in the New
Whitney Theater. The Gargoyle will
issue a special hop number in honor
of the guests and the Michigan Daily

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will also publish a special extra. The
Daily extra will be edited by the pledg-
es of the local Gamma chapter of Sig-
ma Delta Chi, the honorary journal-
istic fraternity.
MUSIC AND DRAMA j
"The Girl of My Dreams."
John Hyams and Leila McIntyre,
who las season took a run into the
"legit" from vaudeville, will open in
their delightful musical play "The
Girl of My Dreams" at the New Wan-
ney theater February 3, matinee and
night.
The play had its initial presentation
last season at the Illinois Theater,
Chicago, and opened its present sea-
son in New York City. It is said to be
sparkling with witty lines, with scenic
innovations and unusual costumes,
and every song has its own peculiar
novelty of stage-craft to add to the
success of the piece; while, despite
the rollicking, reckless gaiety of the
comedy, it is guaranteed a wholesome
show throughout.
Assisting Mr. Hyams and Miss Mc-
Intyre in their stellar roles, are Alice
Hills, Wm. G. Ricciardi, Percival Ayl-
mer, Harold Forbes, Irving Brooks.
Henrietta Lee, Carrie Bowman and
Ray L. Royce.
MIDDLE WEST ALUMNI WANT NE.
BRASKA GAME.
(Continued from Page i.)
to be played by the University of Mich-
igan is made,
THEREFORE, be it resolved, That
it is the sense of the University of
Michigan Alumni Association of the
range to beat Nebraska in a game of
football in the season of 1912.
SECRETARY OF ALLIANCE
FRANCAISE SPEAKS TONIGHT
M. Louis Delamarre to Appear as the
Third Number on Cercle -
Francalse Course.
The third number of the program
of the Cercle Francas will consist of a
lecture to be given in Sarah Caswell
Angell Hall tonight at 8 o'clock by
M. Louis Delamarre on the subject of
"Le Roman Feuillton" (the serial nov-
el). The talk will be given in French,
and is open to all who hold the Cercle
Francais lecture course ticket.
M. Delamarre is the active secre-
tary of the Alliance Francaise of the
United States, which has its central
office in New York, and is organized to
propagate an interest in the French
language throughout America. This
national organization is represented
by groups in nearly all educationa'
centers of the country and in the
larger cities which claim a French
population. M. Delamarre addresses
himself especially to the Cercle Fran-
cais although the public is urged to
hear his talk.-
M. Delamarre is at present touring
the country on an annual lecture tour
and has consented to appear in Ann
Arbor to ascertain the activity of the
local chapter.' He will be entertaind
this evening at dinner at the home of
Professor Canfield of the French de-
partment, and he will be received
formally in the parlors of Sarah Cas-
well Angell Hall after the lecture.
Educational Club Elects .Officers.
At a meeting of the educational club
last night the following officers were
elected: Carl D. Basler, president;
N. E. Raycrost, vice-president; Will-
iam H. Cain, secretary-treasurer.
Henry Derthick addressed the club

on "Social and Educational ConditionsI
in the Mountain Regions of Kentucky."
At Harvard fourteen out of twenty
men selected, at large chose football'f
as the major sport having first rank.
The remaining six voted for crew.
The Majority of students at Yale,
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UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Meeting of the business staff of the
Gargoyle today at o'clock. Every
man is requested'to be present.'
Meeting of the junior men's section
of the Deutscher Verein tonight at 80
o'clock.
Junior law basketball practice at the
City Y. M. C. A. today at 3 p. m.

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HENRY MILLER
"THE HAVOC"
HYAMS & McINTYRE
In
" The Girl of My Dream
MLLE. TRENTINI
In
"Naughty Marietta"
CHRISTIE MacDONALD
In
"tThe Spring Maid"

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We will try and please you all and give you
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LARGE LINE OF CLASS PIPES

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CHIROPOD"Corns,'buto's,' Ingrowing
nrnuuu nails. treattd and cared.
Everything absolutely an-
tiseptic. Offie hours. 9-12 a.m. 1-5 and 7-8 p wn
MISS E. J. FOLEY
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2 BI cks East of High School - Phone 89-J

aal Reduction Sale of
anhattan Shirts.

Art E'(nthiusias4s to Visit Toledo.
The Ann Arbor Art Association is
toil eml-lating an excursion for stu--
dent, aml townspeople, to Toleaoe, in
order to inspe the exhibit of pictures
in the new Mu- eum of Art. It is pro-
posed to have the trip on Saturday ofj
the new semester, February 17. Ef-
orts are being made to obtain a special
car. Full details will be announced
later.
To Announce Itasketball Schedule.
Interclass Basketball Manager Bruce
Anderson has completed the schedule
for the series of basketball games
which wil commence shortly after the
Junior Hop. The schedule goes to the
board for ratification, before it can be
announced, but it will probably be
given out in a few days.
Prof. Wenley Talks to Women.
"The Unchurched Woman," is the
subject of an address to be given at
Newberry hall this afternoon at 5
o'clock, by Professor' R. M. Wenley.
All university women are invited to
attend,
German Instructor Speaks Tonight.
Mr. C. H. Williams, instructor in
German, will address the junioi men's
section of the Deutscher Verein tonight
at 8 o'clock. The program also in-
cludes a reading by E. T. Roth, a vi-
olin solo by Marten Ten Hoor, and a
recitation by E. Hartung.

PALLADIUM SOPI
REPRESENTATI
Representatives
from the various f
year's palladium
Henry A. Williams
was chosen chairm
representatives are
Alpha Delta Phi; C
Kappa Epsilon; Ha
Psi Upsilon; Raym
ma Phi; Francis L
Psi; Tom Wadden,
Randall, Chi Psi.

Psi

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All $2.50 Shirts now
$3.00
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Calls in Copies of Junior Girl
Complete copies of the junic
play must be in the hands of th
rittee or Dean Jordan not lat
January 29. The complete pla
be submitted and not the scene
Flhe first act as previouslyi repo
Diploma Fees Should be P
Any engineer who expects t
ante In February, should pay
ploma fee before February 10.
nation may be..obtained by ca
the Secretary's office.
Wisconsin May Lose Easter Va
MADISON, WIS., Jan. 12.-Wi
may lose her easter vacation
proposition brought up by the
Interest carries. The four days
are usually given the students i
will simply be transposed to
making finals and the end of t
lege year that much earlier.

NE CKWE AR

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or three for $r.oo

CONLIN& FIEGiL

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G. C. MAEDE

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