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March 16, 1912 - Image 4

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THR MICHIGAN DAILY

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MUSIC AND DRAMA

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DEBATING FRATERNITY TAKES
TWO NEW MEMBERS INTO FOLD.

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"The Flower of the Ranch."
Joseph E. Howard's popular western
musical comedy, "The Flower of the
Ranch," which captivated large audi-
ences at the time of its production
through the eastern cities, will be the
attraction at the New Whitney Satur-
day, March 16, matinee and night.
Howard chose for his settings scenes
of ranch life in California hills, and
during his entire play the characters
are drawn true to life, so much out of
the ordinary run of plays. It is over-
flowing with Howard musical numbers
and ever so many song hits. There
are some forty people in the cast, in-
cluding Miss Bettie Caldwell, Mable
de Nordendorf, Jess Harris, Tom Ar-
nold, James Babour and a big danc-
ing chorus.
"Excuse Me."
Enveloped in the atmosphere of suc-
cess consequent upon its all-season
run at the Gaiety Theater in New
York, "Excuse Me," the farce by Ru-
pert Hughes, which has proved one of
the most successful of the recent pro-
ductions made by Henry W. Savage
will come to the New Whitney theater
Monday, March 18.
The play will be performed by a cast
which, individually and as an organi-
zation, is said to distinctly reflect the
unusual skill of Mr. Sayage in the se-
lection of players best able to extract
the greatest possible values from par-
ticular parts and situations.
The Ann Arbor Press products in
printing are of the finest quality. Call
and see. Press Bldg., Maynard S.
(Friday tf)
Is your kodak loaded? Lyn'don.
118-119
Rent a Kodak today, 10 cents. Lyn-
don.
118-119

Delta Sigma Rho, the honorary de-
bating society, initiated two new mem-
bers Thursday evening. Rowland Fix-
el, and George Cram were the initi-
ates.
At the same time charters were
grantedtosBrown, Pennsylvania,wCo-
lumbia, Yale Harvard, and Princeton,
by the local chapter, which was the
first one to be formed.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
U NOTICES ..................
There will be an important meeting
of The Craftsmen at the Masonic Tem-
ple this evening at 7:30.
Kentuckians who care to join the
Kentucky club should sign the consti-
tution, which wlil be left at the Union,
between 2 and 5 o'clock today.
Senior lits must verify the names
on roll in University hall before Mon-
day night.
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR
March 16.-Wilson Club smoker at the
Union, 8 p. m.
March 16.-Women's Fancy Dress par-
ty at Barbour gymnasium.
March 18.-Fourth Round in the Union
Bridge tournament, 7:30 p. m.
March 19.-Senior Engineer dinner at
the Union, 5:30 p. m.
Leave your want ads at The East
University Pharmacy, Van Doren's
Pharmacy, The Brown Drug Store and
Quarry's Drug Store before 8:30 every
night for the next morning's issue. tf
Musical Instrument Repairing, work
guaranteed, at Schaeberle & Son's Mu-
sic House, 110 S. Main St. 87 tf

SATURDAY, MARCH
Matinee and Night

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Anothr"oward"Succss.--Tlie
Tuneful Musicail Comedy
"Te Flower
of the Ranlol9
By JOSEPH E. HOWARD
Overtlowimg withi New Song Hits.
Lively with Dances nd Pretty Grls.
Clever Cast
Jess Harris Betty Caldwell
30lDashing Show Girls and
uJU Dancing "Ponies" 30U
A singing, dancing, merry musical
whlirl.
17 Tuneful Musical Numbers--- 17
None so Pretty as this Western
Girl Show
Mat. Prices: 25c,50c, 75c. $1.00
Night " 25c, 50, 75c, $1, $1.59
Seat Sale, Thurs. A. M., March14

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Low Rates to European
Ports.
We have left a few desirable Rooms and Berths on
ships sailing about the time the University closes,
at rates ranging from $47.50 and up.
FROM NEW YORK
Olympic, June 26 P. Frederick Wilhelm, June 20
Kaiser Wilhelm, July 2 Aguste Victoria, June 27
Kroonland, June 22 Vaderjand, July 6
Caledonia, June 29
FROM MONTREAL
Teutonic (single fare), June 15 Canada (single fare), June 29
Saturnia (single fare), June 24
If you contemplate a European trip it will be -to your
advantage to arrange for your reservations with us at
once.
THE WASHTENAW AGENCY CO.
215 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG.
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atlerns in rSping Shirts,
ne of MANHATTAN SHIRTS for the SPRING of 1912 open
new line embraces many new and attractive patterns, different in
lig of the past.
ms will be shown this Spring and in this particular, the Manhattan
selves.
:e, while a great many figures will also be found in this line.
neckwear is also at your disposal, and we venture to say that we can
assortment of four-in-hands and bat wings that are now being
t, in quality, style, and price, and nowhere will you be able to find
tterns selling at 50 cents, as we can show you.
O0-202 South Main Street

FIFTEEN YEARS AGO TODAY
The S. L. A. turned over $150 of its
season's profits to the gymnasium
committee of the Women's League.
President Angell spoke on "The De-
velopment of Higher Education in
Michigan" at Lansing.
TWENTY YEARS AGO TODAY.
The High School baseball team was
permitted to enter the inter-class
league.
Prof. F. N. Scott spoke on "Chris-
tianity and the Newspaper" in New-
berry Hall.

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enough to take mo
close range. Zeiss
Shutter-=quality
Come in and see it

May Form Cosmopolitan Club,
Rev. B. A. Hills, of Mt. Pleasant,
Mich., acting for a ministerial alliance,
has been in correspondence with Ti-
ram H. Franking, regarding the for-
mation of a chapter of the Association
of Cosmopolitan Clubs at Mt. Pleasant.

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