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January 26, 1912 - Image 4

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MUSIC AND DRAMA

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Majestic Theater.
This afternoon at four o'clock then t
will be a special matinee given at the
Majestic Theater for the benefit of
men only. This does not imply that
there will be features of an objection-
able or vulgar nature but Martin John-
son the travelogue man will talk on
the subject of "Lepers of Hawaii" and
other subjects of great interest and
educational value, especially to med-
ics. Many valuable photographs of
pictures will be shown. Manager Lane
has arranged this matinee for the pur-
pose of presenting travelogue features
that for obvious reasons cannot be
presented before a mixed audience in
a regular vaudeville program. A
'darge of ten cents will be made.
FIFTEEN YEARS AGO TODAY.
Vesper services, consisting of a pro-
gram of sacred and classical selec-
tions, were held in University hall.
Women athletes of the university
were trying out a new game called
"Newcomb," a sport described as re-
sembling basketball with "the element
of roughness eliminated."
TWENTY YEARS AGO TODAY.
A mock session of Congress was held
in University hall, the student "poli-
ticians" being about evenly divided as
to party affiliation.
President James B. Angell went tc
Washington to attend an enthusiastic
meeting of Michigan alumni.
Illini Club Meets Today.
Plans for the Lincoln Birthday ban.
quet, and the question of buying a
page in the 1912 Michiganensian wil-
be discussed at a meeting of the Illin
club to be held this afternoon at 4
o'clock, in Tappan hall. The commit-
tee in charge of the last club smoker
will make its report. Other minor
matters of business will be taken ul
and it is important that every mem-
ber be present,

ities

Junior

GAI1 DA IL.
J-HOP INVITATIONS TO BE
GfIVENTO COMMITTEE TODAY
Invitktions for the 1913 Junior hop
were received by General Chairman
Kanzler yesterday from E. A. Wright
and Co., of Philadelphia. A meeting
of the hop committee has been called.
for this afternoon at 3:00 o'clock at
the Chi Psi house. The invitations
will be distributed among the various
representatives at that time.
TIe University of Illinois is making
efforts to get together the 592 men and
women that graduated from the uni-
versity in the first four years of its
existence, 1868 to 1872, at the com-
mencement in June.
Because of some damage done to
the train which took them to the Wis-
consin game, the members of the Min-
nesota football team have been refus-
ed their "M's" until the railroad's bill
of $48 Is paid by the guilty party.
A four year's agricultural course
consisting of alternate years on the
farm and at the university, has been
inaugurated at Ohio State.
The trustees at Ohio State are inves-
tigating the feasibility of a university
press to take care of the needs of the
department of journalism.
' UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Important Mandolin club meeting
onight at, seven, U. Hall.
Important meeting of the Illini Club
this afternoon at 4 o'clock in Tappan
Hall.
Meeting of the Adelphi tonight at
7:30, election of officers.
Meeting of hop committees at 3 to-
day at Chi Psi house.
Senior engineer football team meet
at Randall and Pack's 9:15 Sunday
morning for Michiganensian picture.
All associate editors of the Michi-
ganensian who have not seen the Man-
aging editor in regard to senior blanks
get into communication with him tb-
day.
All candidates for soph engiheer
basketball meet at city Y. M. C. A. to-
morrow at 3:15.
Webster officers, both senior and
junior administrations, meet at Mae-
del's at 12:46 today for Michiganensian
picture.
WATCH FOR THE BIG BLUE EXTRA
The Michigan Daily offers another
extra on the Saturday morning fol
lowing the Junior Hop. The edition wil'
be printed on heavy blue paper, an?
there will be but a limited numbe
published. .This paper will contain r.
detailed story of the hop, a complet
guest list, as well as a number of at
lrctive cuts and literary features
The regular subscribers will not ge'
copies. Order your copies now if yoi
want to be assured of getting the see
:md big extra of the year for that
scrap book. And there's the girl! If
She could not come at least let her
know about it.
On sale everywhere, Saturday, Feb
raary 10. 86 to 8:
TheTew
SHOWS

Interesting as well as
instructive

Tuesday, Jan. 30

C. S. PRIMROSE
PRESENTS

New

Paid in11

U,

Full

The Great American Play by
EUGENii WALTERS

Wh

at

Popular Prices

The

Seat Sale Sat. January 27, 10 a. m.
Prices 25c to $1.00
mmI

Seat Sale,

Fr
Mat

MAJESTIC
EXTRA TODAY AT
4 P. M.
Special Matinee
MEN ONLY-
Johnson
Travelogues,
Traveling with Jack London
Lecture and pibtures of great in-
terest to studen s, doctors,
medics. etc. - '
SUBJECT
Lepers of Hawaii
Seats - 10 cents
Coming Monday
"Top o' World" Dancers
Famous Collie Ballet
20 - People - 20

15c
29c

on Arbor St.
erect. Phone 6)'2-J I

In "Girl of My Dreams" at New V
Night, and Saturday

bee

Inventoryll Feb

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FIN E

L I N E

O F

Uor

Men

Women

It

Motion Plays
The great white sign of the
THE TEMPLE
Denotes Clear and Clean
Pictures

1-4 off on all our, I
and see them. th
" THE FR

perfect fittirg pump you ever had cn
$5-oo per pair.

your feet for $4.00,

new thitgs in Vt Ivet (plain and gold embrridered) Patent.
aid Satin, $3.o to $5.oo per pair. Also silk hose to match.
FIE LD'S jREPAIRINS
TH MAIN STRL E'ET
I N E S T SKATING SHOES MADE

The Tobacco Shop Billiar
pg 118-120 East Liberty Street

Look down Main

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Photographs go to

G. C.

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