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March 23, 1912 - Image 4

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STATIONERS.

ESTABLISHED
1872

PROMINENT MAN
SUDDENLY VANISHES
W. C. Long, '08, Disappears at North
Yakimia, Wash., and His
Death is Feared.
ATTENDED 1913 JUNIOR HOP.
W. C. Long, '08, has been reported
missing by the authorities .at North
Yakima, Wash., and it is believed that
he has been drowned in the Yakima
river. Long, who was employed by a
lumber company, disapeared about a
week and a half ago. His absence was
not discovered for a few days and when
it was noticed no trace of his where-
abouts could be found.
Squads of men have been scouring
the timber land about the town and
the river has been dragged but with-
out any success. It is understood that
dynamite will be used along the water
front to raise the body to the surface.
No reason has been assigned for the
disappearance.
Members of the Sigma Phi fraternity,
to which Long belonged while in col-
lege, know little of the affair. Long at-
tended the "J" hop last February and
stopped a few days in Ann Arbor with
his fraternity. He left for the west a
little later and to all reports was well
and happy.
While in the university Long was
quite prominent in campus affairs. He
was a member of Sphinx and Pipe and
Bowl. His father was formerly an
alderman in Chicago.
MUSIC AND DRAMA
Violin-Piano Recital.
Because of the sudden indisposition
of Miss Cecelia Ray Berry, pianist, the
program for the recital at the School
of Music last evening was partially
changed. ,Mr. Albert Lockwood kindly
consented at the eleventh hour to play
several of the numbers that had been
programmed, so that the concert might
be presented as scheduled. Mr. Samuel
P. Lockwood gave a brilliant and sym-
pathetic reading of the difficult Bee-
thoven Concerto Op. 61. Mrs. G. B.
Rhead was at the piano.
"The Bachelor's Baby."
Two qualities that are most neces-
sary for a play, to last in the minds
of theatergoers, are smiles and a heart
tug and these two ingredients has
Francis Wilson,the actor-author, inter-
woven most successfully into his com-
edy farce, "The Bachelor's Baby."
The story of "Thel Bachelor's Baby"
is that of a child and a child-hater.
Thomas Beach, a bachelor dislikes
children. His experience has been
most unfortunate with them and he
has allowed himself to foster a prej-
udice until it has become an antipa-
thy. Of course, the little girl in the
end wins the day.
The company to be seen in Mr. Wil-
son's support is practi ally the same
that was with him during his eight
months engagement at the Criterion
theater, New York. A few changes in
the parts have been made. FrancisI
Wilson and "The Bachelor's Baby"

comes to the New Whitney theater
Monday, March 25.
Majestic Theater.
The big attraction at the Majestic
this week is a singing organization
known as "Gus Sun's Troubadors" and
aside from the entertaining features of
the act it is a gorgeous scenic pro-
ducticn showing an elaborate spectacle
in Japan. There is plenty of good.clean
comedy furnished by a clever comedian
by the name of Tom Powell and it is
noticeable that all of his funmaking
stunts are new and novel.-
The well known, "school day" kids
who have appeared here before with
great success return in a new version
of their act in which they impersonate
country youngsters at play. Some
startling moving pictures of. realistic
battle scenes are shown and arouse
great enthusiasm.
THE NECK OF THE WOODS
by the . .
COUNT OF KILLARNEY
With apologies to Rudyard we sub-
mit our opinion-on the conference re-
turn question.
Take up the conference burden
Send forth the best you. breed;
Go bind yourselves as captives,
To serve your weaker's needs.
Give up your training table,
And banish forth your Yost,
And be the conference door mat
And not the big West's boast.
Take up the conference burden,'°
And turn your back to Penn;
Forget the games with old Cornell,
Ignore that they are. men.
Those ports you shall not enter,
Those fields you shall not tread,
But get your games with weaker
schools,
And count the -old days dead..
Take up the conference burden
Don't think to 4toop to less,
But call not on the east again
To hide your weariness.
For all you cry and protest,
And all you try to do,
The will of Iowa and Purdue
Shall rule and control you.
Take up. the conference burden
In patience to abide,
And lose your dear bought freedom,
And humble all your pride.
Go heed to your inferiors,
But through the future years,
Be content to heed and follow
The judgment of your peers.

FR

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Whitn ey

A Season's stun at the Criterion -Theai
New York City
"As Tender as'Little Lord Fauntleroy' and 3 Times as I
Prices, 35-50-75-$1.00-1.60

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o1d ,Spike

Monday, March
Charles Frohr"I

was used to comp
Pacific Railroad.
know the value of
used for this purp
know that BALI
SPIKE is the B1
Tobacco in the w(
Made from t
grown in Virgini
Carolina, caref
and blended by
half century of e.

In His Own Comedy Su
Bachelor's

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Restaurant
Jniversity
[you will find High-Classa
:es; while you will taste
an receipts. First time in
eek or $15.00 for four weeks,
ed Cooks, Strict Cleanliness."
YOU may ta'k ibout your
pet brands, but right
here is whe'e. y u can
start your tobacco educa-
tion-wl ere you can learn

PRICE 5 CENTS THE

PACKAGE

officially adopted by the Regents.
S. C. A. Petition Refused.
A petition from the S. C. A. asking
for the use of the two gymnasiums
from April 24th to 27th inclusive, for
the presentation of a series of illus-
trated lectures on the Holy Land, was
denied.
A communication was received from
the Druids favoring the establishment
of an infirmary or other means by
which student health may be cared
for. The letter was ordered placed on
file.'

111 what
Philip

a real smoke is.
Morris

and blue in action?
Suggests Ballot o:
Would it not be legi
the Student Council o
Daily to ascertain by
what is the student sen
turn to the Conference
this important matter
face and decide withou
thing that threatens t
our institution?
Let us throw away c
ments of warfare, viz
and narrow minded cc
more place Michigan
longs, where she can cc
natural rivals under ex
ditions.
PAUL J. I
"Chink" Myser is B.
recting the destinies
high school, is in town
it. Myser was a memb(
igan Daily staff and G
the university.
MUSICAL CLUBS Wit
PERFORMANCI

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English Mixture'
and Cut Plug,
$2.00 the pound in 25c, 50c
and $1.00 tins. If your dealer
doesn't stock these brandssend
us his name <.nd address with
25c for 2-oz. trial tin of Englibh
Mixture or Cut Plug.
PHILIP MORRIS & CO., LTD.,
402 West Broadway New York City

Wisconsin gives its letter to girls
for baseball, basketball, swimming,,
bowling and other manly sports. If this
is LaFollette's work he loses here.
We note with increasing alarm the
absence pf Miss Jibby. Perhaps HE
is having heart troubles of his own
and can't spare the time to delve into
yours. Spring often has such effects.
We suggest water polo as a spring
sport. It can be played anywhere on
the campus walks without any trouble.

The matter of sending The Michigan
Daily to high schools throughout the
state next year was referred to the
budget commttee.
Geoliogy Head Apponted.
Prof. Frank Carney, of the geological
department of Denisen University,was
appointed to take charge of Prof. W. H.
Hobbs' classes during the latter's Eu-
ropean sojourn next year. Prof. Alex-
ander Ziwet was given a short leave
of absence at the end of the school
year, to permit him to reach Europe in
time to visit classes in foreign univer-
sities before the summer vacation
commences. The leaves of absence of
Profesors John R. Allen, H. H. Higbie,;
and W. T. Fisher were continued for
the next university year.
The degree of L.L.B. was granted to
Edward C. Farmer, Adair J. Hotchkiss,
and John J. Tetlow. The A.B. degree
was awarded to Helen L. Farrand, and
that of B.S. in Engineering to Royal B.:
Mudge and Franklin G. Wheeler. Glo-'
ver Stevens was given the degree of
Pharmaceutical Chemist.

GRANT DEAN REED LEAVE
ABSENCE.

OF

CAN YOIDSTIGUISBE
IS GOOD AND WHAT LOOKS G00D
It is our aim to make this store nrore than simply a place to
pa ,:'ise clothes.
To this end we have studied tailoring, fabrics.and style.
We believe that the doubting man, or the man who lacks te-
chnical knowledge can gain a great ceal by getting acquainttd
with us.
Our "Adler Bros." clothing embodies the best the world
has to offer in the tailoring, fabrics and style.
You will undoubtedly be gratified with what knowledge you
gain from a visit to us.

(Continued from Page i.)
panies. This is the first time that in-
surance has been carried on univer-
sity buildings,aside fromh a $100,000
policy held on all state property.
Official Colors Decided Upon.
That aztre blue and maize shall be
the offi ial colors .of the university was
definitely decided by the Regents yes-
terday. Immediate action on the sub-
ject was necessitated on account of .a
need for colors which may be used in,
the academie costumes for the Seventy-
fifth Anniversary Celebration. The
colors maize and blue were originally
chosen in 1867, but these were never
MAJE-STIIC
COMING NONDAY
Keno, Walsh, Melrose,
AND A GRE%T
VAUDEVIlLE SHOW

Shortly after spring vacat
Musical clubs will make the
contemplated trip to Detroit.
in the city have secured a go
ence for the concert and are f
a dance for the musicians to
afterwards.
Engineering Grad Visits Old
V. R. Croswell, '11 E, of the
Powder Co., stopped here yest
visit some of his friends on
to the San Francisco plant
company.

PROPOSES VOTE BE
'TAKEN ON POLICY.
(Continued from Page i)
son. When do we get a chance to come
together in order to witness the maize

UNIVERs
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City Cigar Store
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