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MUSIC AND DRAMA
Majestic Theater.
Gus Sohlike's latest scenic produc-
tion known as "The summertime girls"
will couie to the Majestic theater
Thursday, May 9. This is one of the
most elaborate acts in vaudeville and
it will be one of the big things of the
season. On the same program will be
the Three Bennett Sisters a trio of
athletic girls who box, wrestle and
fence. Needless to say that this at-
traction will be a novel 'and interesting
exhibition.
It is now an assured fact that the
Majestic will remain open during sum-
mer school and Manager Lane will
soon make apositive announcement
regarding the special summer season
that will commence June 30.
JEVFERSONANS TO PROBE
FATAL TITAIC DISASTER.
Jeffersonian society tonight will dis-
cuss the legal results of the Titanic
disaster. The program will take the
form of three law suits, one a prose-
cution of the parties liable, another a
damage suit against the coipany
brought in the name of Mrs. John Jac-
ob Astor, and the third a suit by the
owners of the sunken ship against the
insurance company for the insurance.
Charles E. Misner will act as judge
and the members of the society pres-
ent will form the jury. Newspaper
clippings about the catastrophe will
be admitted in evidence.
The special feature at
THE TEMPLE

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PROF. E. C. CASE WILL
HEAD FOSSIL EXPEDITION
Prof. E. Cowles Case, of- the histor-
ical geology and paleontology depart-
ments, will head an expedition to the
west and southwest portions of the
United States, to conduct investiga-
tions in Permian formation, under the
auspices of the Carnegie Institution of
Washington, D. C., this summer. His
probable fields of exploration will be
in Colorado and New Mexico. He will
embody his investigations in a mono-
graph the fourth one of the series upon
which he is working.
Wilber I. Robinson, '12, will accom-
pany the expedition, and will collect
fossils for the museum, his expenses
being borne frdm a fund raised jointly
by Prof. Case and the Board of Re-
gents.
DR. BANCROFT ENTERTAINED
BY PHI LAMBDA UPSILON.
Delta Chapter of Phi Lambda Upsi-
lon, the honorary chemistry society,
held its fourth annual banquet in hon-
or of Dr. W. D. Bancroft of the Uni-
versity of Cornell, at the Union last
evening. Roy K. McAlpine acted as
toastmaster and beside Dr. Bancroft
several members of the society were
called upon for informal talks.
Crane Reunion Dinner Postponed.
The Crane reunion dinner, which,
all university students answering to
the' name of Crane are giving for one,
another, has been postponed from thiis
evening to a date to be announced lat-
er.
DIE JOURNALISTEN
ACHIEVES SUCCESS
Continued from page 1.)
in her interpretation of the difficult
role of Adelheid, and made the difficul-
ties of such a role seem as easy going.
Equal praise is due Mary Woodhull
who played the part of Ida, the daugh-
ter. Although the role which she was
chosen to play did not offer any ex-
ceptional possibilities, the work was
well done.
Character playing was the salient
feature of last night's acting.. The
fun and vim which was contained in a
good number of the parts did not fail
to get over to the audience when han-
dled by the members of the cast who
were picked for them. J. Siveke, J. F.
Lauver, J. O. Dieterle, L. P. Haller, and
Harold Douglas played such roles as
these, and the female cast was com-
posed of Misses Vera Burridge, Jean
Sharpe, and Hazel Albano.
Especial praise is due to Professor
J. A. C. Hildner who has taken an act-
Ive and sympathetic interest in the
play during all its stages of rehears-
ing.

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April 30th,
Will be the BEST of the
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A "great achievement of the
Motion Picture will be pictur-
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3 long reels will be required to run this film
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Prof. J. C. Trueblood Goes to St. Louis
Prof. T. C. Trueblood, of the oratory
department, will deliver a lecture re-
cital of "Ingomar" at St. Louis, Mich.,
tomorrow evening. The lecture will
be given under the auspices of the
University Extension Bureau.
C. L. Loos Leaves to Purchase Launch
Mr. C. L. Loos, purchasing agent,
left last night for Indian River, where
he expects to buy the 30 foot lanuch
for use by the summer campers this
summer.

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Band meet at McMillan hall at 1
o'clock sharp today for rehearsal pre-
ceding game.
Lecture on "Former Land Connec-
tiois of North and South America," by
Prof. William B. Scott, of Princeton
University, in lecture room of econom
ics building, Monday at 4:15 p, m,
Soph lit baseball practice at South
Ferry field, 9.
Fresh lit baseball practice, across
from Ferry field, 8:30.
Fresh law baseball practice at Ferry
field (Not Fair grounds) 8 o'clock.

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Every moment will be spent in practical work in t
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