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TOM LOVELL ENTERS FIELA
AS A PROSPECTIVE RIVAL.
Thrills of Fear Now Assail "Fussers"
When the Cockney Cobbler
Appe .rs on Seene.
"Alfred Tennyson, Edgar Allen Poe
and myself," began Copbler Tom, and
he swelled his chest with ill-concealed
self admiration. But just then a win-
ning smile invited him from out in the
chilling blasts, and he found himself
within the sanctum of the fairies-a lo-
cal sorority home. "Hi soly," he again
began, but somehow or other, words,
ever faithful and ready at his tongue's
end, refused to flow as of yore..
Apparent enough that this was too
much for Tom-this new world of fem-
inine toggery and subtler things of
which he had little dreamed; too much
in its difference from that other world
which he knows too well-a world of
cigarette smoking, bellowing "studes."
But a circle of smiles is an encourage-
ment to even the most timorous, and
the effect proved true to Tom. Again
mere mechanical syllables flew fast,
and one more copy of the seventy-five-
on-the-way-to-two - hundred "Stars
That Guide" was ultimately checked
up to sales.
And now on Sunday evenings, cer-
fain well-meaning members of that an-
nonymous clan, improperly stamped
"fussers," cast a covert glance over to
the piano rack, and there resplendent
in its glory beams "The Star, etc."
But little do these think of the one
thing, of more or less importance per-
haps, that they have a rival in the
field, for Tom is "some" boy with the
"femmes," and whispered consultations
behind boudoir doors have it that some
fair ones would a thousand times rath-
er hear him rave than others of the
manly "fools who venture bravely in
where wise men fear to tread."
Flint Men Want to Hear Prof. Florer.
Prof. W. W. Florer, of the German
department, haA received an invitation
to deliver his address against social-
ism before the Independent Citizens'
party in Flint. The invitation came
from the chairman of that party in
Flint and Prof. Florer stated last night
that the address would probably be
delivered some, time in March.
Prof. Gomberg Gives Lecture on Foods
Prof. Moses Gomberg, of the depart-
ment of organic chemistry, returned
from Port Huron yesterday. While
there he delivered a lecture on the uni-
versity extension series dealing in a
popular way with the chemistry of
MUSIC AND DRAMA
The University Symphony Orchestra,-
in its third concert last night, scored
a decided success in presenting a pro-
gram more within its capacity in all
respects. Miss Emily Sadler, violin-
iste, played the "Ballade et Polonaise"
by Vieuxtemps, with a charm of ex-
pression that is peculiarly her own.
The brilliant Saint-Saens piano Con-
certo in G minor was given a dramat-
ic interpretation by Mrs. George B.
Rhead, whose dash and fire have re-
cently had no better medium of ex-
pression than was furnished by this
concerto. Moreover, the orchestral ac-
companiment was entirely adequate to
"Doctor De Luxe."
Brimful of humor, witty sayings and
catchy music, Jos. M. Gaites' "Doctor
De Luxe," headed by Ralph Herz, com-
es to the New Whitney theater Friday
and Saturday, March 1 and 2, for three
As the mischievous and masquerad-
ing doctor, Mr. Herz displays his great
versatility, and is ably supported by
Edward Wade as the old Colonel, Jane
Hazelton as the sweetheart, Polly
Prim as "Sadie," Arline Fredericks as
the flirtatious Mrs. Houston and Syl-
via De Frankie the "Harum-Scarum"
kiddie. Others in the cast of princi-
pals are Harry Stone, Taylor Williams,
Harry Delf, Rene Santos and Marion
There is a large chorus including the
"Skeleton Girls" and "Harum-Scarum"
kiddies. The scenic effects of "Doctor
De Luxe" are admirable and it is al-
most unnecessary to speak. of those
"catchy" songs, "For Every Boy Who's
Lonely," "When a Man's in Love" and
"Harum-Scarum," for we've all been
SOPHS DROP AME
BY CLOSE MARJIN
(Continued from page 1.)
Ian 2, Bell 2, Miller 8, Marsh 2. Bas-
kets from fouls-Baker 5 in 12 chanc-
es, Miller 10 in 12 chances. Points
awarded-To Sophs 1. Referee, Han-
sen; Umpire, Rowley; Timer, Ander-
son. Time of halves, 20 minutes.
Burge Does Not Resign from CounciL
Joseph Burge, '12 E, of the Student
Council, has not resigned from that
body as stated in a recent issue of The
Michigan Daily. Burge has only given
up his position as treasurer, his term
on the Council not expiring until June.
IN THE SUCCESSFUL MUSICAL
Play by Otto Hauerback
Music by Karl Hoschna
Friday, March 1 Saturday,
Matinee and Night
- - Jos. M. Gaites -
Begs to Introduce
Author and Composer of
" Mme. Sherry," "I
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Fresh Boilermakers Dine at the
An hour's entertainment by
orchestra was the feature of the
man engineer dinner at the
last night. Several members
class responded to toasts.
Union. 3IEMBERS THRONG TO ENJOY
Bates' . SUNDAY PROGRAM AT UNION.
Junior Girls to Meet to Discuss Play.
The first meeting of junior girls to
hear the reading of the annual play
and discuss tryouts will be held at 4
o'clock this afternpon in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall. All junior girls are
requested to attend.
Dean Cooley Stops Over in Kalanazoo.
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley reached
Kalamazoo on his return trip from
Minneapolis, yesterday afternoon. He
will spend a couple of days in Kala-
mazoo and then return to Ann Arbor.
l Corns, bunions, ingrowing
WU~IJ nails, treated and cured.'
Everything absolutely an-
)ffice hours. 9-12 a.m. 1-5 and 7-8 p m
MISS. E. J. FOLEY
E. Huron Street, End North 12th
East of High School - Phone 989-J
Sunday afternoon programs at the
Michigan Union have takien a new
lease on life. Fully two hundred and
fifty members of that organization
were entertained last Sunday for an
hour and a half by a stringed orches-
tra concert. "Bos" Gage, Don Daren,
Irvie Lattimer, and Reginald Leitch'
were the performers. ,
With the opening of the second se-
mester, a new committee has been ap-
pointed to take careaoftthe social pro-
'grams on Sunday afternoon. Mack
Ryan' has been placed at the head
of the committee. The remaining mem-
bers are Maurice Toulme, Joseph
Burge, Selden Dickinson, Campbell
Trible, and David Hunting.
Foresters to Hear Student Speakers.
Willett Ramsdell, '12, and Carrnot
Valiton, '14, will address the members
of the Forestry club tomorrow even-
ing, in room 407, new engineering
building. Ramsdell will talk on the
Crater National forest, where he spent
the past summer in the Forest Service.
His remarks will be illustrated with
lantern sides. Valiton will talk on cat-
tle branding and other phases of ranch
A business meeting at 7:00 o'clock
will precede the talks.
Engineering Student is Happy Father
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Burleigh E. Jacobs Sunday evening,
Jacobs is a senior in the engineyer-
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The sale of reserved seat tickets for the May Festi
Monday morning, March 4, at eight o'clock, at the Unive
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the prices given below.
Monday, March 4, to Saturday, (larch 9, inclusive, $'3.
Monday, March 11, to the Festival, $3.00 extra
Monday, rlarch 18 to Friday, llarch 22, Inclusive, $
Saturday, flarch 23, to Festival, $2.00 or $3.00 extra.
Monday, (larch 25, to Friday, (larch 29, inclusive, $
Saturday, March 30, to the Festival, $1.00, $2.00 or $
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Women to Listen to Miss Hol,-!i-t
Miss Holnquist will address the wom- The
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this evening, and a musical and round- Daily
table program will be included in the
evening's entertainment. O"ly
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