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March 14, 1912 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-03-14

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TH* MICHIGAN DAILY

I. Cross Lectures on Painting
R. Cross's lecture on "Paint-
aly" last evening at the High
uditorium completed the Ann
t Association's series of lec-
the "Evolution of Painting."

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AR LOUD TALK,

SIX ORATORS TO
TALK IN CONTEST
Oratoricat Association to Hold
22nd Annual Meeting
Saturday Night
ALL JUDGES HAVE BEEN SECURED
The twenty-second annual contest of
the Northern Oratorical League will
take place in University Hall at 8
o'clock on Saturday evening. Six ora-
tors will compete for the honor of rep-
resenting the university at the League
contest to be held some time in May at
Evanston, for the bronze Chicago
Alumni medal, and for the Kaufman
testimonial of $100, while the contest-
ant taking second place will receive
$50.

at the Majestic a few weeks ago. In
fact so many people were unable to
secure seats at that time that the Ma-
jestic management arrangd this re-
turn engagement. No tickets will be
held after seven o'clock at night and
no telephone orders accepted after that
hour. Owing to the length of the per-
formance the curtain will rise a4 7:20
p. m. Two shows each night will be
given and a matinee Saturday.
Bonding Proposition to be Voted on.
The city council has taken the first
steps in the purchase of the local wat-
er works plant, and the voters will be
called upon at the spring election to
vote upon the proposition of bonding
the city for $600,000, for the purchase
of the plant.

Now for Some

Hearty Laughs
HENRY W. SAVAGE
OFFERS
The Pullman Carnival of Fun
IN THREE SECTIONS
"Excuse Me"
By Rubert Hughes
With a company of comedlians bearing
the savage stamp
Special Pullman Car
Scenic Equipment
The funniest Overland Limited ever
put-on rails
All Aboard for Reno
The popular verdict.-Everything good
from Savage..
Seat Sale Friday A.M. March 15
Prices 35-50-75-$1.00 and $1.60

New Whitney
MONDAY MARCH 18 I Weds

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The presiding officer for the contest
has not yet been secured but the judg-
es are as follows: Secretary Shirley
Smith; Profs. W. P.,Lombard and J. M.
Markley, Ann Arbor; Prof. E. P. True-
blood, Earlham College; and B. C.
Robbins and J. C. Robbins, of Detroit.
The six contestants and the subjects
of their orations are:
C. C. Harbison, '14, "The Turko-Ital-
ian- War."
L. B. Bell, '12, "Reciprocity and An-
nexation."
Arthur Dondineau, '13, "Immigra-
tion."
G. D. Kelly, '13 L, "Quo Vadis."
Louis Eich, '12, "The Law's Delay."
A. Z. Sycip, '12 L, "China and the
Powers."
"The quality of the contestants is
fully up to the Michigan standard,"
stated Professor T. C. Trueblood last
evening, "and an interesting as well as
a close contest may be confidently ex-
pected."
MUSIC AND DRAMA

Meeting of Gargoyle business staff
Thursday at 5 p. m.
All junior lit basketball men ,report
at Waterman gym tonight at 7:15 for
practice.
Senior engineer class meeting at 5,'
room 311.

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"The Chocolate Soldier."

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suit y our cultured
t a st e. Five leaders-
Cambridge, Morisette
(gold tip,) Blues, Am- j
bassadors, Banquet- 25c
to $I.oo.
Plain or cork tip
"The Little Brown Box"
Write for free illustrated price-list.
.PHILIP MORRIS & CO., Ltd.
402 W. Broadway, New York City
487 St. Catherine Street, E. Moutreal
Philip Morris
Originala
London

The Whitney Opera Company, equip-
ped with splendors of scenery and cos-
tume that -realize Mr. Whitney's deter-
mination to make the present produc-
tion rival that of previous seasons,
will present "The Chocolate Soldier"'
at the New Whitney theater, Wednes-
day, March 20.
Though operas in no small number
have flocked from Vienna to win fame
through. America's partiality for the
beauties of Viennese music, none of
them has ever disturbed the success
and popularity of Oscar Strauss' fascl-
-nating musical embodiment of the ex-
ploits, loves and comic deeds of the
Chocolate Soldier as set forth by
George Bernard Shaw in many a situa-
tion of sparkling and vigorous comedy,
in his satiric romance, "Arms and the
Man." "My Hero," "The Letter Song,"
"That Will be Lovely" and a score of
others have endeared themselves to
hundreds of thousands in every part
of the land.
Merry Mary at the Majestic.
The long expected return engage-
ment of Merry Mary will commence at
the Majestic theater tonight and con-
tinue for the last three days of this
week. The original company of twen-
ty-five people including the famous
beauty chorus will be here and the
production will be the same that was

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Tonight, Friday Night,
Saturday Night

SPatterns if] Spring Shirts
entire line of MANHATTAN SHIRTS for the SPRING of 1912 open
Chis large new line embraces many new and attractive patterns, different in
oom anything of the past.
ited bosoms will be shown this Spring and in this particular, the Manhattan
lied themselves.
redominate, while a great many figures will also be found in this line.
of spring neckwear is also at your disposal, and we venture to say that we can
the large assortment of four-in-hands and bat wings that are now being
ear is first, in quality, style, and price, and nowhere will you be able to find
line of patterns selling at 50 cents, as we can show you.
, CONLIN & FIEG EL
200-202 South Main Street

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