THE MICHIGAN DAILY
r. He will
to Socialist Society.
milton, of the econom-
will address the Inter-
list Society tomorrow
'clock, in the econom-
n. His subject will he
rminism." The general
will be 'the
ting of the
n tonight. By the means of charts
atistics he will trace and explain
ecent changes in the German.
stag, due to the sweeping Social-
tories at the last election in Jan-
n Hold Annual Post-Exam Party.
ut forty couples were present at
anual post-exam party. given un-
he auspices of the Women's,
.e at Barbour gymnasium last
Mrs. Louis A. Strauss acted as
THERMOMETER OUTDOES ITSELF,
Coldest Weather in Years Experienced
Here Last Week.
If your ears are still tingling with
the biting cold of last week, if the
numbness hasn't left your toes and if
your nose still retains the shade of
red painted upon it by Brother John
Frost; if you are still hugging the ra-
diator, puff up and let your chest ex-
pand as far as your shirt buttons per-
mit-you've been a hero. You have
survived the coldest wave that seekers
after knowledge in Ann Arbor have
had to endure in twenty-two years.
Last Saturday morning the mercury
in the thermometer at the observatory,
after sporting for a few days in the
neighborhoood of ten to fifteen below.
suddenly lurched to the twenty-and-a-
half mark where it lingered long
enough to make it uncomfortable for
economical landladies and to bring re-
joicing to the hearts of the coal deaN-
The coldest point xeached here since
1890 was in 1905 when the mercury
fell to the sixteen below mark. At oth-
er times it had gone down as far as
twelve, fourteen and fifteen, but this
winter sets a new standard. However,
the weather prophets promise a let up
soon and warm weather is expected
today or tomorrow.
Dr. de Nancrede Resting Comfortably,
Dr. de Nancrede, who was removed
to the hospital at Johns Hopkins Uni-
versity during the examination period,
is reported'as resting comfortably and
is slightly better than at the last re-
port. The treatment that the doctor is'
receiving at the hospital there is the
same as he received here previous to'
his departure, and strong hopes are
entertained for his recovery.
be had Anywhere.
in every instance.
MU IC AND DRAMA
Manager 'Arthur Lane of the Majes-
tic has just issued an announcement
regarding a few of the prominent vau-
deville acts that will come to the local
theater within the next few weeks. A
glance at the following gives evidence
of the constant effort made on the part
of the Majestic management to present
the best that is to be obtained in the
vaudeville world. "The Sunny Side of
Broadway," return date of the original
"Merry Mary" company, Rube Welch
in "The Happiest Night of His Life"
musical comedy with a cast of thirty
people, Celli Grand Opera Company,
Gus Sun Minstrel Company-twenty
men with band and orchestra, Klein,
Ott and Nicholson, Minstrel Four Quar-
tet, The Musical Lassies, Four Masons,
Banda Roma, and other well known
star attractions. The engagement of
the musical comedy "The Sunny Side
of Broadway" will commence with the
extra matinee on Thursday, February
22, Washington's Birthday.
Another innovation, which was in-
troduced last night, and will continue
every week will be the Pathe Weekly,
a moving picture record of current and
interesting events all over the world,
portraying in motion pictures the fa-
miliar topics of the day as chronicled
in the Daily papers. Pathe Weekly will
be offered every Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday from now on until the clos
of the theatrical season.
Miss Helen Crane, ''15, recently an-
nounced her engagement to Lloyd D.
Gillis, '12 M, the announcement being
made at a dinner party at the Gamma
Phi Beta sorority. Mr. Gillis is a mem-
ber of Nu Sigma Nu fraternity.
Prof. Zowski to Lecture in Manistee.
Prof. S. J. Zowski will leave tomor-
row for Manistee where he will deliver
two lectures on the University Exten-
sion Course. On Thursday he will
speak on "The Harnessing of Water
Falls," and Friday he will lecture on
"The Effect of Polish Language on
Professor Rankii to Address Women.-
"Things Worth While" is the subject
of an address to be delivered at New-
berry hall this afternoon at 5 oloelk
by Professor T. E. Rankin of the rhet-
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Orations Must be in by Tomorrow.
All orations for the Northern Orator-
ical League contest must be in the
hands of Secretary Schuerman before
Wednesday evening at 6 o'clock. The
orations must not be more than 1850
words and must be typewritten.
Engineers Dance at Grangers.
About 60 couples attended the post-
exam dance given by the Engineering
Social Club at Granger's last evening.
J-Engineers to Dine at Union Tonight.
The third junior engineer cl~iSs din-
ner will be held at the Union this ev-
ening. Mr. Willard Beahan, who
speaks later 'in the evening before the
Engineering Society, wlil be present
and- will respond to a toast. "Jucks"
Otto will preside.
Pres. Thuner Announces Office Hours.
Edna Thuner, president of the Wom-
en's League, will hold office hours from
9 to 10 at Barbour gymnasium every
weekday except Saturday. It is hoped
that all business relative to the Wom-
en's League may be transacted at this
time and place.
Chicago Professor Spoke at Newberry.
Professor Soares of the University of
Chicago gave an address on "The Re-
sponsibility of the Student for Char-
acter in Education" at Newberry hall
Nebraska Leads in Women Students.
The University of Nebraska, with
1,785 girl students, claims the largest
enrollment of women of any co-educa-
tional college in this country.
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