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ph Craig, Michigan's greatest
:er, and the man who tied two
's records will represent America
e Olympic games at Stockholm,
n, this coming summer. He was
1 for the team at a recent meet-
i New York. The majority of the
will be young men who have re-
r come to light. The official try-
vill be held June 8th and any per-
eligible. It is not probable that
er will go, although it is under-
he was offered the chance.

New Whi

Thurs, Feb. 22. ONE NIGHT ONLY.



Law Professors Visit Chicago.
Professors Ralph W. Aigler and Gor-
don Stoner of the law department spent
the latter part of last week in Chicago,
visiting the law schools of the Uni-
versities of Chicago and Northwestern.
Montana Lawyer Lectures Here.
Judge John B. Clayberg of the Mon-
tana bar, and assistant dean of the
law school at the University of Mon-
tana, began a series of lectures yes-
terday afternoon on "Mining and Irri-
gation Law." These lectures, which
will be given at 4 o'clock in Room G
of the law building, are open to mem-
bers of the junior and senior law class-



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e you both at Philadelphia and Ann Arbor.
The easterners will play two games
here, on June 23rd and 26th, while
Michigan will play once at the Quaker
city on May 25th. The date of the
Y Penn games here seems rather late
but it wifl be an added attraction for
ich. the Diamond Jubilee week and should
draw well. None of the rest of the
schedule has been given out although
wing there are several dates rumored.
y an-
8 p M Best Strings and supplies for all
Musical Instruments. Schaeberle &
th4 Son Music House, 110 S. Main St. 87 tf
ion Sale of I

a place in one of the Belasco compa- and
nies. trat
During his entire career in the uni- The
versity, Arthur Cohen has proved one invi
of the mainstays of the dramatics of clas
the campus. Entering college in'the fore
fall of 1910, he found a place among turf
the leading roles of the "Crimson
Chest," the Michigan Union Opera of B
that year. It was an .English part, It
calling for the deepest kind of an ac- befo
cent but the producers saw that this the
actor was equal to the task and his the
success oa the opening night. won for proi
him considerable mention. The winter love
of the same year found him cast for reco
the role of Reginald Barking in the hav
Comedy club's production of "The Ti- tion
tle Mart." This part was similar to his non
first role and his portrayal of the typ-
ical English "Chawpie" will long be E
emembered. H
Rameses was the part, however, that appc
gave Cohen his greatest triumph.When to g
he was selected for the leading role in dise,
the Union opera of this year, his pow- rece
ers in the heavy roles were yet un- $5,0
known to the campus. But with the ciar
rise of the curtain upon that scene of' ble
ancient Egypt, it was discovered that orde
the actor's versatility was not confined this
to mere comedy and that he could of V
handle the serious with equal ease. bes

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"The Magistrate," in which he played
the title role, marked the closing of his
college dramatic career. Seldom, if
ever, has a more humorous part been
seen in campus dramatics and Cohen
filled the role with a zest and spirit
that might have rivalled many a pro-
fessional. During this year's produc-
tion, Mr. Cohen acted as manager for
the Comedy Club and his shrewdness
and good business ability was proven
by the fact that the club made money,
a thing which has not been done for
some years past.

College Playlet Scores Big Su(
Paul Dickey, '04, has written a
let called "The Come-Back," a c
of college life. The play was pr
ed by Dickey and a selected co
in Detroit last week, and scored
Prominent Detroit Alumnus I
Schuyler Grant, '64, died last w
Detroit. He was well known w
college and was for forty years
inent in Detroit business circles


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