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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1912.

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GERMAN CLASSES TO READ
DEUTSCHER VEREIN'S PLAY

JUNIOR LIT DANCERS WILL
HEAR CLASS MUSICAL

FOUR

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me back?" was the howl
en the last issue of the
out with its tirade of
ust watch us" is the
e who claimed that they
, as they toil over the
r the next number, to
k from Friday. For the
staff is composed of
taken up the cause, and
I high the table of their
>me-back cartoons, glar-
osures, and the like.
still room for good ma-
rt, cartooning mere man
re or story. Miss Mar-
has charge of the work,

The German faculty has decided to
bring "Die Journalisten," the Deutsch-
er Verein play, before the classes in
the department. In course 4, the play
will be read as a regular assignment,
while in course 2, it is probable that
a special section will be formed for
those who wish to study it. In the up-
per classes, the instructors will give
their students an idea of the play and
discuss it, but no detailed study will be
made.
OFFICIAL ACCOUNT
BOOKS COMPLETED
New System Prepared by Aud-
itor Glover, Ready for
Campus Organizations

Selections by the class quartette will
be a feature of the dancing party to be
given by the Junior Lits Wednesday
evening at the Packard academy. Al-
though this will not be the annual
spring party,yet nothing will be spared
to make it a success. Prof. and Mrs,
T. J. C. Diekhoff will aet as chaper-
ones. "Ike" Fischer's orchestra will
furnish the music and tickets will be
limited to forty-five, the price of each
being $1.25 including. refreshments.
Dancing will begin at nine o'clock.
SELECTS CAST FOR
ORATORICAL PLAY
Actors Chosed by Prof. Hfollis-
ter Have Had Much Expe-
rience in Theatricals

NEW CONSTITUTION FOR ACTORS
Comedy Club Men Find Old Document
Inadequate for Needs.
The question of adopting a new con-
stitution of the Comedy Club will be
placed before that organization at a
meeting to be held at 4 o'clock this af-
ternoon in the Cercle Francais room.
The old constitution of the club having
been found inadequate to meet the
needs of the present organization, new
articles have been arranged by the of-
ficers of the club and clauses as to the
disposition of money profits are nota-
ble changes from the old form. All
legitimate members of the- club are
urged to be present at this meeting.
The pins and fobs of the Comedy
Club which are to be awarded to those
who served the club this year, are not
yet finished, but they are expected to
arrive within a few days.
MAY STRIKE OFF MEDAL TO
COMM~EXORATE ANNIVERSARY

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to be
the v

MAY BE SECURED AT BINDERY. SEAT SALE STARTS ON TUESDAY.

N HOLD CONTESTS
DEPARTMENT HONORS.
his afternoon in Waterman
the relay races between
of the different classes for
nent championships will
The juniors and sopho-
contest for honors in the
ent. The same classes will
r the engineering depart-
the seniors and the fresh-
Lecide the question of su-
nong the lawyers.
ed "Busts" Leave Cornell.

The cast of "The Honeymoon," the
Oratorical Association's play, to be
presented in Sarah Caswell Angell
Hall the latter part of March, was an-
nounced yesterday afternoon by Prof.
R. D. Hollister. Many of those chosen
to take part in the production have
had experience in college dramatics..
Louis Eich, who has the leading part,
as the Duke of Aranza, a woman hater,
has been in many of the Shakespearian
recitals given by the association.
Both C. B. Mitchell and E. P. Schuer-

Official account books which have
been prepared by Profesor J. W. Glo-
ver, University Auditor, to meet the
need of the campus organizations, are
ready for distribution to the different
societies. An improvement over the
old books lies in the fact that more
complete accounts are now provided
for, and full instructions are furnished
the treasurers telling how to keep
them. The voucher check books are
also ready for use. These are necessa-
ry to the complete system of account-

The advisability of strik
medal in commemoration o
enty-fifth Anniversary CeJ eb
discussed at a meeting of th
Committee Saturday after
representative of a Detroit
present with samples and de
definite action on the matter
red until further investigat
be made.
Profesor G. W. Patterson
pointed to the chairmansb
committee on Dinners and I
to fill the vacancy caused 1
sence of Prof. S. L. Bigelow.

ing off a
f the sev-
ration was
he General

as

To

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busted." The
>m the entire u

ersi-

le to Accommodate Fresh Diners.
enty-five freshmen were turned
from the class dinner held at theE
a last night, because of the lack ofl
mmodations. Professor Florer
the principal speaker of the even-
and a number of members of the
were called upon for toasts. 1
F. H. R. CROSS TALKS TQ
ANN ARBOR ART ASSOCIATIOI
Wednesday, April 13, Prof. Her-
R. Cross will talk on "Sicily" in
tigh school auditorium, the lecture
g the last one on the course ar-
ed by the Ann Arbor Art Associa-
to be held before spring vacation.
ission will be free to members of
association, but the usual 25 cent
ission fee will be charged to all
rs.
or Girls Lunch at Barbour Gym.
nior girls will hold a luncheon at
our gymnasium this noon. The
hi will be served at 12 o'clock and
whole affair will last from 11 to 2.
purpose of the luncheon is to
tice songs for the Women's Ban-
Admission will be 25 cts.
terest Shown in Art Exhibition.
e exhibition of the American Pho-
aphic Salon, being held under the
ices of the Ann Arbor Art Asso-
on in Memorial hall, will continue.
1 March 21. Much interest has
imanifested by the public toward
exhibition.
ge Contestants Enter Second Lap.
ay in the Michigan Union bridge
nament will be resumed at the Un-
tonight at 7:15 o'clock. Twenty-
couples have entered the contest
he steins that have been offered as
es.
-. Warthin to Lecture in St. Clair.. .
r. A. S. Warthin, of the medical de-
ment, will go to St. Clair, Mich.,
ay, where he will deliver a lecture
the University Extension Lecture
rse. His subject will be "Sexual
a., "

Prof. Conerenee in the 1a1 Miigan
Union opera.
The cast was' picked from the best
talent in the Shakespearean reading
courses, and the rehearsals give prom-
ise that the production will be the best
ever given by the association.
The cast is as follows:
Duke Aranza, a womtan tamer, ....
.Louis Eich
Jacques, duke for a month, ........
.....................G. A. Andrews
Lampedo, a doctor, ..H. B. Schuerman
Rolando, a woman hater. .T.E,H. BlackI
Count Montaldan ....... E. M. Wisdom
Balthazar, father of the girls .....
..................... C. B. M itchell
Lopez, a peasant ...... R.- D. Morrill
Campello, servant to the duke ....
.W. R. Melton
Pedro, another servant to the duke. .
......................D. C. Johnson
Other servants ....................
...B. E. Kline, W. C. Mullendore
Juliana, the woman tamed........
.Alma A. Bright
Dolante............Amanda S. Strom
Zamora, a page ......Mildred B. Crill
Hostess............Mary A. McNally
The seat sale will commence at
Wahr's from 3 to 6 Friday afternoon
for the members of the association and
the general sale will be at the same
place Saturday morning from 9 to 12.
The price of admission will be fifty
cents.

will supply books called for by the the
orders. Card index membership cards on
will be given by the printer upon ap- war
plication. Blank forms to show re- OPP
ceipts from entertainments and class life
functions to be filled out by the chair- Jud

e, was the o
dge Harry D.
rt of Grand)I

Tell

men of the social committees, may be
obtained from the auditor in Universi-
ty hail at any time free of charge.
* Another book which is in use by the
auditor is a list of the names and ad-
dresses of the officers of the different
organizations and meetings which they
have held with him. At these meetings,
the offileer mirst answer questions as to
how the business of his society is being
conducted,
Many universities have sent inquiries
here to find out how f nancial matters
in the campus organizations are looked
after. Michigan. is said to have the
most thorough system in use at any of
the larger institutions.
DEAN RINSDALE LECTURES TO
QUINCY, MICR., AUDIENCE.
De' W. B, Hinsdale, of the Home-
opathic. department, delivered a.lecture
at Quincy, Mich., Sunday evening, on
the subject of "Prinitive Man in Mich-
igan." He leaves today for Lansing,.
where he will attend a meeting of the
board of trustees of the State Tuber-
culosis Sanitorium, of which he is the
secretary.

c o:

before the Sociology club l
The speaker showed that
court is one phase of the
titude of the law in deali
criminal, aiming to direct
rather than to assert its
avenging his crime.
"Much of the work whi
enile court is now doing,
"could be as efficiently and

ma
rich

failure of the church to realise its duty '-i' z
as a social factor and especially its gles.
lack of interest in this vital movement u
is regrettable." Much in
Incidentally J.udge Jewell suggested the vaude
the differentiation of the executive and ning to s
judicial functions now exercised by the twenty un
courts. The court, he held, should de- ing on ski
cide whether or not a criminal ought to Earl Moo
be sent into confinement; the length with othei
of his confinement should be determin- are writir
ed by a board of experts. This is the skits. Th
method now employed by 4he juvenile tended to
courts. Haines, '1
written tl
-...--mwrite som
Dean Cooley Returns Tomorrow.
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley will return MEMORIA
from Washington, D, C., tomorrow
morning, after a week's absence. He
will address the freshmen engineers The Pict
at their weekly assembly tomorrow. pa
Chicago a

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EVERYBODY'S DOING IT NOW.
There's more than one way of for- held the boards at a local vederville
.saking the joys of bachelorhood at col- house some time ago carried with it
lege. For instance you might hitch up dainty, demure, delightful, dazzling
with the coy, comely maid who sits in Daizy Doll. In the front row sat a
front of you in French 4 and who turns student (even as you and 1) and-
around at exactly half past ten every They were married not long ago and
day to ask what time it is; or you have been living happily ever since in
might(if you come from Oshkosh)faU a a little local flat. Newlywed, senior,
victim to the come-on glances , of the howevef,[has heard of the affair and

Kappa Mu at the chuck-house; or the
girl you left -behind might insist that
you can't live another day without her;
or-look up past numbers of The Mich-
igan Daily of the days following the
Pennsy game and the J. Hop.
But we always thought that Yale
had the monopoly on the chorus girl
stunt. Nevertheless along comes a
Michigan stude with the temerity to in-
fringe on "Old Eli's" sacred tradition.
A one act musical comedy which

threatens not to make good the grocery
and meat bills, Still stern papas soon
come aroUnd; they all do in the vaude-
ville sketches. Meanwhile Mrs. New-
lywed continues to make Irish stews
for "hubby."
"This home sweet home line has got
the show business beat a mile," boasts
Mrs. Newlywed.
"And wifey's cooking has it all over
the chuck-house hash," adds Mr. New-
lywed. "Believe me."

Speaks to Physical Colloquium.
Prof. G. W. Patterson, of the elec-i
trical engineering department, ad-
dressed the Physical Colloquium on
"The Analytical Representation of Di-
rection" yesterday afternoon.
College Women to Hear Dr. French.
"Unexpected Opponents of Christ"
will be the topic on which Dr. Leslie
French will talk to all college women
at the Y. W. *C. A. meeting today at
Newberry hall, 5.:00 p. m.
Botany 32 Class Changes Lecture Room
Lecture course 32 in Botany, by Dr.
Henri Hus, will be given in the Eco-
nomics lecture room Tuesday evenings

in

hung i

olutions f
for the ur
Omega Ph
are the o
member c
the petitio

at 7 p. m. instead of in .the lecture of tak
room of the museum. eral s

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