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February 17, 1912 - Image 4

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TUnnAXaIN A

I tU i. AIU N DRAMA I
Frank Mcintyre in "Snobs."
No more the jolly fat drummer of
"Traveling Salcsman" fame but now
a full fledged star with the right to!
have his name in big letters on the
electric signs, Frank McIntyre will
come to the New Whitney theater
Washington's Birthday, February 22.
"Snobs" the comedy by George Bron-
son-Howard which took New York by

hav

be
est

cup

storm and demonstrated Mr. McIn-
tyre's right to the stellar rank to which
he was promoted by Henry B. Harris.
In "Snobs" the big comedian will be
seen as a milkman turned to Duke.
As the milkman he has never been
touched by the arrows of the naked
God but as a Duke he soon falls in
love and makes love much as one im-
agines a. milkman would but with

ADOPTS MICRIGA1N'S SYSTEM.
Missouri Will Build Hospital on Model
of Those in Ann Arbor.
After visiting five universities, Har-
vard, Pennsylvania, Johns Hopkins,
Virginia and Michigan, the Board of
Curators of the University of Missouri
have adopted the plans of Michigan,
and a new hospital to be founded at
that institution will be patterned after
the University of Michigan hospital.
"We found an excellent medical fac-
ulty at Ann Arbor," reported the rep-
resentatives, "and it would seem that*
the situation at Michigan completely
explodes the theory that you cannot
have a strong clinical faculty in a
small town, and since our conditions
are similar to those there, the new hos-
pital will follow closely the plan in use
at Michigan."
LIT ATTENDANCE COMMITTEE
TO ENFORCE STRINGENT*RULES
More stringent rules with regard to
absences are to go into effect in the
literary department with the new se-
mester. With all the report cards of
last term's work, recently mailed from
the registrar's office, were enclosed
admonitory slips announcing that the
four rules printed thereon will here-
after bee"strictly enforced."
Two of the regulations are the same
ones that have been uesd for several
years past. They are: All absences
should be explained within one week;
,and, every absence not explained with-
in two weeks will be marked unexcus-
ed.
To these are added: If summones are
not responded to within one week all
absences involved will be marked un-
excused; and, absences pending ad-
ii-f o tfn m r tha mi w c ill

The Classic Event of
the Seeson
Ninth Annual Tour *f Recognized
Artistic Achievement
E _OB URN
PLAYERS
In Magnificent Scenic Production
of Shakespeare's Masterpiece
MACBETH

a

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New
TUESDA

wider than
re is a color
the price is

great success. Mr.
given the greatest
career.

McIntyre is easily
opportunity of his

PRICES:
$.25, .50, .75, 1.00

zip

PIANIST SCORES
GREAT SUCCESS.

Sale
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ad from page 1.)
' too was supreme, its
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sen. And
.er arrang
waltzes.(

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the

One could have forgiven here jusimentLfor more tnILdoneUw Wef wiii
isplay, a little bravour; but be marked unexcused.
same serious, repressed ar- Two hours of the Attendance Com-
ing it a charm of poetry and mittee during the coming semester
has never had before. The will be practically the same as here-
Lizt "Soirees de Vienne" tofore: For men; Monday to 4:15 p.m.,
sing encore summed up again Tuesday and Thursday, 1 to 12:15; For
ras loveliest in the music of Women: Monday, 11 to 12:15; Wed-
who is truly one of the great nesday 3 to 4:15 p. m.

St.

FY PRESS RESULTS
G, NEW "DAILY KAN

NeAILAL Pk
INellie Peck

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everything is
city. Besides
Our specialty

University Kansan, or now the Uni-
versity Daily Kansan. Cuts, new head-
lines, improved typography and paper,
have given the editors a chance to
show what they can do in the line of
a well broken up front page and an
inside and back not entirely devoted to
advertisements to pay printing bills.
The change took place when the new
University press, which the regents
ordered last fall for the department
of journalism, commenced operations.

the high school auditorium at 8 o'clock
on next Monday evening. Mrs. Saun-
ders comes to Ann Arbor under the
auspices of the Drama league com-
posed of the local woman's club. Her
program will consist of various read-
ings from different authors.

. give you

CLASS PIPES

.
S.

i JOLLY
State Street, AnnArbor, Mich.

High School Fives Clash Tonight.
The basketball game between De-
troit Eastern and Ann Arbor High
School, which is to be held in the local'
gymnasium today, will start at 7:30
p. m. and not at 2:30 as previously an-
nounced.
Alpha Nu to Install Officers Tonight.
New officers of the Alpha Nu literary
society will be installed tonight at the
regular weekly meeting. Following
the installation, a program will be giv-
en in which the members who are en-
tered in the Northern Oratorical League'
contest will deliver their orations.

R PDYbunions, Ingrowing
~~ nails.' treated and cured.
Everything absolutely an-
ptic. Office hours. 9-12 am.1-5 and 7-8 p m
MISS. E. J. FOLEY
921 E. Huron Street, End North 12th
looks East of High Sohool - Phone 989J

Kentuckians to Meet at Union Tonight.
The Kentucky club will hold a bus-
iness meeting at the Union tonight at
7:30 o'clock for the purpose of ratify-
ing the new constitution.
Senior Medic Suddenly Called Home.
C. E. Condon, '12 M, was called to
his home in Cassopolis, Wednesday, by
the death of his mother. He will return
to Ann Arbor next week.
Socialist Lecturer to Return in March.
Frank Bohn, the socialist lecturer
who spoke here last January, will re-
turn to Ann Arbor, and deliver one of
a series of talks in Newberry hall on
March 4. His subject will probably be
on the relation of socialism to the col-
lege student. No admission will be
charged.
-Tea to Be Given by Women's League.
The Women's. League house at 216
N. State St. will give a tea on Wednes-
day, February 21. Marguerite Wells,
'12 and Mary Woodhull, '12, are in
charge of the affair.
Post Grad :Accepts Position in Chicago
Alfred 0. Dicker, a member of the
'11 engineering class, who has been
taking a post-graduate course, has
left school to accept a position wtih a
Chicago concern.
Dr. de Nanerede to Return Soon.
The condition of Dr. de Nancrede
was reported as greatly improved last
evening, and it is expected that he will
return home in a week or two.

ual Reduction Sale of
anhattan Shirts.

- 1
"When good fellows get to.
gether" there', always a call
for Fatima Cigarettes.
Wheaclifale a e of Fatima you get a penna.aI 10 for
coupon, 2 f hich eecurĀ° a artdaornefll eC
colleepennant l12 a32) xscion of I00.
Packard Street
For Fraternity, Soror
Parties--Phone
Summer Student At Work on Big Case. Jayhaw:

- $1.20
- $1.35
* $1.50

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

- $1.88
- $2.25
- 85c.

Antonio P. Entenza, who has been
engaged as counsel for Wachmeister
and Murphy, the two Detroit ironwork-
ers arrested Wednesday in the coun-
try-wide dynamite plot round-up, was

NE CKWEAR

41 5oc

Ties 35c, or three for $i.oo

Issues Call to Class Track Managers.
All class track managers who have
not turned in their names to the in-
ter-class manager should call "Eddie"
Saier at 1131-J today. It is important
that this b done, because no team will
be entered unless the inter-class man-
~g Thas the name and the class of its
respective manager.

formerly a student in the law depart-
ment of the university, and if circum-
stances had not prevented, would have
graduated with the class of 1910. He
finished his legAl training in the De-
troit Law School.

Kansas day
Kansas club a
Union last nig]
were elected as
ry K. Curtis;
Nyce; secretar
urer, Fred B.
arms, Myer Ru
with O. C. Hull
ed to make ar

CONLIN & IIEGELE

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sZ Photographs go to

G. C. M2

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