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February 24, 1912 - Image 4

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team will be
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he work on the
d cage cannot be
supplies for, all
. Schaeberle &
S. Main St. 87 tf

THE NECK OF THE WOODS
by the
COUNT OF KILLARNEY
News items f. om southern universi-
ties mention the fact that boxing is
proving one .of the most popular stud-
ies there. In commenting on this we
might say.:
They passed laws forbidding our shoot-
ing,
And Completely outlawed our feuds;
They laugh at our family traditions,
And pay no heed to our moods.
But when our hot blood boils over
With passion and rage we are mad,
They put us in a squared circle,
And hand.us a small pair of pads.

Ray Berry of the piano faculty of the
School of Musictwasa case in point.
The keynote of the program was "ro-
manticism." The three composers se-
lected were Schumann, Grieg and
Chopin, with the emphasis laid upon
the first. A suitable portal was pro-
vided by the Grieg "Seute," while the
Chopin "Nocturne" and "Polonaise
Rhapsodie" effectively closed the pro-
gram. The piece de resistance was
Schumann's "Carnival." Technically,,
the pianiste is well equipped, and she
made the taxing program interesting
to a criticised audience.

New W

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Saturday, February 24
.Matinee and INight
JOS. M. GATES Presents
CECIL LEAN & FLORENCE HOLBROOK

MONDAY
AI.SG.

IN

And Hs
Cre.al
Inst

INT OF VALUES
greater return for
' SPRING LINE
range is wider than
There is a color,
Ent, and the price is

'.0 up

rd and Liberty Streets

Tailor

Instead of the ambush in swamp lands;
Instead of the midnight raid;
Its battles inside of a twenty foot ring,
In many hued tights all arrayed.
Instead of the unerring bullet
Sped at some lonely hut,
Its sending him home to dreamland
With the aid of the uppercut. F
The day of the feudist is over,
Peace rules over the land;
But still we keep up traditions
With the aid of a padded hand.
To shoot one down in right cold blood.
Oft caused a little remorse,
But to knock him cold with an upper-
cut,
Well-its proved a popular course.
Incidentally we might be persuaded
to indulge in a little of this if it was
taught by certain professors.

"Bright Eyes" Today.
Chantecler, the all prevailing rage,
which has followed the enormous suc-
cess in Paris, Rostand's fanciful play,
has been seized upon by Jos. M. Gaites,
and turned into a musical number
which has become a part of "Bright
Eyes" the new musical play, which
will be seen at the New Whitney the-
ater Saturday, matinee and night, Feb-
ruary 24.
In this number the girls of the cho-
rus are, dressed as barnyard fowls
ranging in size and color from the
fluffy little yellow easter chicks to full
grown, demure hens and haughty
roosters. The costumes for this num-
ber are made of real feathers and they
are as elaborate and costly as anything
of the kind ever seen on the stage.
"Bright Eyes''- is announced as one
of the largest and most successful of
last season's musical plays. It enjoy-
ed long runs in New York and Boston
and played very successful engage-
ments in a few of the other large east-
ern cities. The tompany is headed by
the well known fun makers, Cecil Lean
and Florence Holbrook, with a chorus
of over fifty musical comedy artists.

Company of Seventy-Five
By the Author of
"i hree Twins"L and
"Madam Cherry"
Augmented Orchestra
BestSeats$l At Matinee

10 GREAT Cl
Bert Swor, Hal
Johnny HE
10 BEST AND SWE
Jack Richards,
Joe McUe

Seats 25c to
Sale Saturday Feb.:;

M

A Y & CO .
WATCH

REXALL COLD TABLE'
The Best Remedy For a Cold
Rexall Cold Tablots will be found excellent for the rel
beginning cold. They clear the head, ease the tight feoling
hoarsness and difficult breathing, inflamation of the nasal
throat and bronchial tubes.
All Rexall remedies are guaranteed in every way to give
tion or we will refund the money.
The Rexall Drud St
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122 S. Main St. Prescription S1

Two dozen pitchers reported at the
first practice yesterday, and all their
arms were in good shape.- Speaks well
for the winter's hoisting.

UNIVERSITY AUDITOR DESIRES
FINANCIAL BLANKS AT ONCE.

A

) STATIONERS
Ave.

Orchids

able flowers

Yes, we noticed the shy co-eds sar-;
casm. Suffice it to say that only if she,
is track material will she be interest-
ing to us. We have other troubles..
With due respect to T. R. and Wood-
row, we submit the names of Heston,
Yost, and T. Cobb, for a place on the
straw ballot. Also Alonzo Stagg.
Graduate Club to Dance Tonight.;
The graduate club will dance this
evening in Barbour gymnasium. Dean'
Reed is scheduled to make a short ad-
dress to the club before the dance,
but it is doubtful if his health will
permit.
Dean Reed's condition is improving,
but he is still unable to attend to his
university work. His classes are be-
ing conducted by other members of
the physics faculty.
MU:IC AND DRAMA

.Professor J. W. Glover, university
auditor, reports that the various class-
es and organizations have nearly com-
pleted the filing of their financial ac-
counts at his office. Some tlAne ago
Prof. Glover sent out blanks to the
presidents of the various organizations
on the campus, asking that they be
filled out and returned. The reports
from the classes, which receive a
careful going over, have been turned
in but there are a few of the organiza-
tions still retaining the blanks which
should be left at the office of the au-
ditor as soon as possible.
YE GODS! RUTGERS STUDENTS
ARE DENIED THE TURKEY TROT

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QUOTATIONS

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Mendets
Grand Rapids, Mich.
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Agents for B-B-B Pipes
We will try and please you all and give you
the very best satisfaction.
LARGE LINE OFCLASS PIPES
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308 5. State.Street, AnnArbor, Mich.
CHIROPODY Corns, buions, ngrowng
Everything absolutely an-
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MISS. E. J. FOLEY '
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2 Blocks East of High Sohool - Phone 989-J

Faculty Recital.
Program building has always
considere'd an art by anyone who
the matter a moment's thought.

110 1

been
gives
The

proper arrangement and sequence of
numbers, leading to a climax, has more
to do with the success of a program
than a casual observer would guess.
In addition to displaying the abilities
of the soloist to the b'est advantage, a
correctly constructed program makes
listening a double pleasure to the au-
dience.
Last evening's concert by Cecelia

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ers in Spring Shirts

0! Bacchus! 0! nimble nymphs of a
coeducational college! Where are your
women's rights now? For at Rutgers,
in progressive New Jersey, the black
ban of faculty frowns has decreed
against the Turkey Trot.
Avaunt Liverpool Lurch! Banish
the Bunny Hug! Can the Kalamazoo
Clutch! But in the words of the Rut-
gers student body save us our Turkey
Trot. Faculty opinion has not been
unanimous, however, as a woman
member of the faculty circle is quoted
as saying. "Humph! If that's. the Tura-
key Trot, it was really enjoyable."
Three $1,000 Fellowships Announced.
Three fellowships in architecture
painting and sculpture amounting to
$1,000 a year for three years, will be
awarded by the American Academy in
Rome this year. For ndetailed circu-
lars or other information those who
are interested may apply to Prof. E.
Lorch, head of the architectural de-
partment.
Wilgus Gets Position on Detroit News.
Walter Wilgus, '12, has been ap-
pointed to the position of night tele-
graph editor of the Detroit News.
While in college, Wilgus was on the
staff of the Michigan Daily, a member
of Griffins and Sphinx.
No More Short Smokes for Hoosiers.
"Studes" at Indiana who are in the
habit of gathering in front of the :build-
ings for a short smoke before classes
will have to give up the habit, accord-
ing to the latest report from the Hoos-
ier institution, as Pres. Bryan has gone
on record as favoring the abolishment
of the plan.
Students at the University of Wii-
consin wil soon be teaching English to
foreigners by a new system with which
it is claimed that twenty to thirty, En-
glish phrases can be taught to a.total-
ly illiterate class in an hour's time.

The very last word in Kodak refin
3A FOLDING PC
Zeis Lens, Compound

Price $65.00
a
Cl ad See It

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ire line of MANHATTAN SHIRTS for the SPRING of 1912 opeil
large new line embraces many new and attractive patterns, different in
anything of the past.
bosoms will be shown this Spring and in this particular, the Manhattan
themselves.a
>minate, while a great many figures will also be found in this line.
>ring neckwear is also at your disposal, and we venture to. say that we can
large assortment of four-in-hands and bat wings that are now being
is first, in quality, style, and price, and nowhere wilf you be able to find
of patterns selling at 60 cents, as we can show you.
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