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FI1GAI~j DAILY
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Helpful Heart Healing Hints
by Nora Lean Jibbey

New

Whitney

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CS latest Suits for the Hop.{
Dear Miss Jibbey :-I am a freshman
but plan to attend the J Hop. Do they
you can all wear dress suits? I have a nice
black suit and would like to ask
whether it would be sufficient?'
"1915."
Evening dress is of course proper1
Block at a formal party and most go in dress
suits, though some attend under dur-
ess and others in a state of intoxica-
tion.

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Slw Bars Mustaches.
Dear Miss Jibbey:- I am a senior
medic and deeply in love with a your
lady in this town. She seems to care
a great deal for me but will-not lis-
ten to my ardent declarations of love,
as she objects to the mustache I am
wearing. I think that a mustache
goes a great way in lending dignityI
and aiding a doctor in making his way1
in the world. I have tried to impress
this upon the young lady but she ab-
solutely refuses to listen to me. I love
the lady very much but can't agree to
part with my mustache as I have a
three weeks' growth.
Perplexed Senior Medic.
You should be willing to surrender
your mustache for true lhve. Such a
mustache as yours must be is too much
to ask any woman to put up with.
Downy mustaches tickle so.

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Hop. I think she is crazy about me-
this in confidence and for publication
only-because at one of the class par-
ties she intimated a preference for
m- by saying when I caught her in a
robber two-step, "Oh, it's you again!
Charlie Gump.
In order to be foolish enough to ask
a girl to the Hop, you must go through
quite a course of training. Walk with
her on the campus for two days, take
her to the Bijou and end this mad
whirl with a rush by asking her to gc
canoeing as soon as the ice melts
This is the regular mode of proced-
ire and takes well. Then neglect
shaving for two weeks. She will look
upon this neglect as abstraction and
know you adore her. Then she will
be ready to ask you to take her to the
Hop if you mention the subject.
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Tea Parties in His Room.
Dear Miss Jibbey:-Me and my
roomie gave a tea party for a couple
of our girl friends recently, being
chaperoned by our landlady. All the
girls do this in Indiana and I can't see
why the fellows are, kidding me for
doing it here.
"Pestered.".
I could find no fault with your pro-
cedure. Your critics show ignorance.
of social conventions. I wish to con-
gratulate you for securing a chaper-
one. It is rarely done. The customs
of Hoosiers cannot be regarded as'so-
cial precedents, however.

C. S. PRIMROSE

Tuesday, Jan. 30

PRESENTS

Paid in

Full

The

Friday an
Februar
Matinee Sa
Jos. Gaites,
Lula Mclntyre

The Great American Play by
EUGENET WALTERS

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at

Popular Prices

The

Seat Sale Sat. January 27, 10 a. m.

Seat Sale, Wednesday, Jan
Prices
.Night, 35, 50, 75c
Matinee, 35, 50,

Prices 25c to $1.00

L.

He Wants a Hop Girl.
Dear Miss Jibbey:-Please tell me
in a few words how to ask a girl to the

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MUSIC AND DRAMA
"The Havoc."
For the first time since the produc-
tion of "The Great Divide," Henry
Miller, America's foremost actor-man-
ager, is presenting to the theater-going
public a play that gives hint a big
vital role, commensurate with his grea'
acting ability. In "The Havoc," whicl
he will offer at the New Whitney The-'
i ater, February 7, Mr. Miller will porj
tray a character of titanic strength
"'The Havoc' could not have faller
nto better hands," said the New Yorl
'imes last year, "for Mr. Miller ha,.
done nothing more powerful or artisti
in his whole career than his portrai
of the intense almost saturnine hus
band in Sheldon's remarkable play.'
Mr. Miller will bring the original cast
without a change.

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here evc
the city
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CIIONS, ,IOAR
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I try and please you all and give you
the very best satisfaction.
LARGE LINE OF CLASS PIPES
E. JOLLY
Stae Street, AnnArbor, Mich.I

"The Girl of My Dreams."
Jos. M. Gaites will present at thr
New Whitney, Friday, February 2, anc
Saturday, February 3, matinee an(
night, John Ilyams and Leila Mclntyr
as joint stars in the new atmospheri;
musical play, "The Girl of My Dreams.'
The book is the joint work of Wilbur
ID. Nesbit, a Chicago newspaper writei
fand Otto Hauerbach. Karl Hoschna
the composer of "Three Twins,'
"Bright Eyes," "Madame Sherry" and
"Doctor De Luxe," is responsible for
the music,
'The story tells the difficulties of thr
leader of a bachelors' club in winning
the hand and heart of the lady of his
desire in the person of a litite.Quaker

girl with "hazel eyes." The comedy
situations of the piece are extremely
farcical and occasion much merriment
In the principal roles are Leila McIn-
tyre as "Lucy," the Quaker maiden
and John Hyams, as Harry Swifton
planter of wild oats. Miss McIntyrc
is a demure, sweet, unspoiled comedi-
enne whose lack of'ostentatious gal-
lcry play is refreshing. John Hyamk
nets much humor out of the repentant
'mchelor.
Majestic Theater.
The success of the Martin Johnson
i'ravelogues has been such as to war-
ait the Majestic management in re-
aining this celebrated traveling com-
anion of Jack London for the rest o
he week as the special feature of th(
audeville program. Mr. Johnson
;ill. present a complete change of pic-
ures and his talk will be entirely dif-
erent from that of the first part of th(
veek. The rest of the vaudeville pro-
ram will also be changed for the bal-
nce of the week. Friday afternoor
t special matinee will be given by Mr
-ohnson for men only and this tray-
,logue will deal principally with the
amous leper colony of Hawaii, and
>ther subjects of an educational and
nteresting nature that cannot be giv-
n bfore a mixed audience. The cur-
ain will rise at four o'clock in order
hat the students can take advantage
)f this special afternoon affair. Next
veek the famous original "Top of the
ATorld" dancers, in addition to the
Jollie ballet, will be the big attraction
Pwenty people and an augmented or-
:hestra will be utilized in the presen-
.ation of this great attraction.
KAN WHO WORKED WITH MME.
CURIE TALKS TO ALCHEMISTS.
Dr. S. C. Lind, of the chemical de-
7artment, spoke on life in the French
universities at the dinner given last
aight. Doctor Lind returned
°a11 from France where he spent a
year in the laboratories of Mme. Curie,
.he discoverer of radium. B. B. Grun-
wald, also of the chemical department
aculty, gave a talk on life in the Ger-
man universities. Roscoe Gage fur-
aished the musical entertainment.
Pharmie Grad Announces Engagement.
Saul Greenbaum, '11 Pharmic, has
just made public his engagement to
Miss Nellie Himelhoch, of Detroit.
Greenbaum was prominent in the phar-
macy school last year and held a Parke
Davis fellowship in that department.
By one student at Yale, Phi Beta
Kappa was listed as having "no rank-i
ing" in a scheme to discover how the
honorary society was regarded by the
undergraduates.

For use of Fraternity, Sororiti
sity Dancing Parties. For I
Call 570-L.
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College In
WYLIE R. GRIFFIN ' 1 L, Man

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MICHI'AN IS LAUDED

BY POLE'

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-rns, bunions, ingrowing
ails. tre:+t d and cured.
verything absoluelh an-
-12 a. m. 1-:iand 7-8 p m;
E. J1. FOLEY
Street, End North 12th
h School - Phone 999-Jz

ReductionV Sale of

rattan Shirt's

Effort. Being Exerted to Establis
P1oibdi Educational Center.
in Ann Arbor.
The effort to make the Universit;
of Michigan the educational center c
the vast number of Polish student
and citizens in America seems to b
rapidly materializing. Durin
the year of 1910-1911, nine Polis:
students attended the University. Th
number this year is twenty-four and i
is very probable that a few more wil
enter the second semester.
Probably the most important factor
in drawing the attention of the Polisl
students to Ann Arbor is the work car-
ried on by the local organization of
the Literary Circle Polonia, organized
in 1909 by Professor S. J. Zowski of the
engineering department. The particu-
lar medium through which Polish stu-
dents are reached is the publicity cam-
paign being carried on by the Polonia
society,
Circulars describing the advantages
of Michigan have been sent broadcast
through the country-to all Polish people
The circulars describe Michigan as the
ideal university for young Polish stu-
dents to attend because of the liberal
and democratic spirit prevalent here
and the fact that An Arbor is within
convenient traveling distance of the

The' annual Junior Hol
,oncert will be given Thu
?ebruary 8, in University ]
k number of new selectio
ts those that were preset
Nestern tour, will be given
attraction will be the ren
.olo 'by Kenneth Westerm,
.elections by the quartet
e'dward Kemp, H. C. Po
jacobs and L. Butterfield
>n the barber shop quari
Prible, L. S. Codman, J. K.
lenry Spring, who were tI
)f the trip will have son
.ections besides those that
.n the west.
The admission to the c
)e one dollar.

were

$1.20

All $2.50 Shirts now
" $3.00
"6 $1.00

- $1.88
- $2.25
. 85c

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UNIVERSITY NOTIC
Webster officers, both seni
junior administrations, meet a
del's today at 12:45 for Mich
sian picture.
Glee club and substitute re
tonight at 7:10 p. in. in Adelph
Senior engineer class meetii
afternoon, 5:00 p. m., room 31
.neering building.
All fresh lits pay class dues
A. window on Friday from 1:30

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