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PROFESSORS BUSY
IN LECTURE WORK
Besides the lectures of Prof John R.
Brumm in the upper peninsula, the
first of the series of nearly half a hun-
dred to be given in that territory un-
der the supervision of the university
extension service, ten addresses in dif-
ferent towns in Michigan are to be
delivered by university professors this
week as a result of the activity of this
department.
Prof. J. S. P. Tatlock spoke last
night at Davison on the subject of
"Reading." Prof. R. D. T. Hollister
will deliver his reading on "Macbeth"
On Thursday Prof. A.G. Ruthven will
commence a three-days' tour which
will take him to Osceola, Alpena and
Tawas City. In each place he will give
his lecture on South America. On
Thursday also, Prof. A. S. Warthin
speaks at Highland Park in Detroit,
Prof. Charles S. Berry in Centerville,
Prof David Friday at Lowell,
Prof. Louis A. Strauss at Flint and
Prof. Ralph H. Curtiss at Armada. The
latter, professor in the astronomy de-
partment of the university, will speak
to his audience on "Astronomy."
usual, but will be the last until the
first Sunday of the new semester. The
speaker for Sunday has not been defi-
nitely engaged.
-Ifem;ibership dances will be contin-
ued at the Union during examination
weeks, according to the regular plan.
Tickets for this week's affair go on sale
at 5:00 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
---Tryouts for the play to be given by
the Deutscher Verein, will be held soon
after examinations. William Hiller,
'15, president of the organization,how-
ever, refuses to state on exactly what
date these trials will take place.
--Dr. Dean T. White presented a pa-
per on "Tuberculosis of Joints" at the
January meeting of the Verification
Society of Washtenaw county, held at
the Homeopathic hospital Monday
night. Dr. Barton S. Partridge also
spoke.
-Tit Beta Pi, honorary engineering
society, will dine at 6:00 o'clock to-
night at the Union. C.W. Howell, '14E,
will act as toastmaster. Prof. Henry
H. Higbie, A. R. Patrcn, '14E, and C. N.
Ward, '14E, comprise the list of speak-
ers,
H ave you noticed
the distinguished appearance
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FORMER STUDENTS
WILL APPEAR HERE
Ellen Van Volkenburg and Edward
Moseman, .players in the Little Theater
company, of Chicago, which will 'pre-
sent two plays for the benefit of the
Women's league, are former students
of this university.
Miss Van Volkenburg, who in private
life is Mrs. Maurice Browne, is a grad-
uate of the 1904 literary class, and is
a member of the Alpha Phi sorority.
After leaving the university, she be-
came well known in the middle west
before she went on the professional
stage, because of her ability in imitat-
ing such actresses as Ethel Barrymore
and Maud Adams in their most suc-
cessful productions., Miss Van Volk-
enburg is especially talented in being
able to reproduce a play in every de-
tail both of voices and gesture, al-
though having seen the play but once.
She is co-director of the Little Theater
with her husband.
Edward Moseman, who left the uni-
versity last year, was prominent in
student activities, being a Sphinx, a
member of the cast of the "Awakened
Rameses," and a member of the Com-
edy club. Moseman has won a high
position in the company, and is assist-
ant stage manager.
CAMPUS IN BRIEF
-Prof. Charles B. Vibbert, of the
philosophy department, will address
the men's section of the Deutscher
Verein at 8:00 o'clock tomorrow night
on "Nietzsche" in the Verein room.
Herman J. Wiegand, instructor in Ger-
man, will read some German selec-
tions.
-Prof. J. R. Brumm, of the rhetoric
faculty, is in the Northern Peninsula,
where he will lecture at various towns,
returning Monday.
-Dr. E. T. Jones, second vice-presi-
dent of the Nyal Company, Detroit, will
lecture before the Prescott club, an
organization of the pharmacy depart-
ment, at 7:30 o'clock Friday night, in
the amphitheater of the chemistry
building. His subject will be "Sales-
manship." The lecture is open to the
public.
-Fred Leubke, former student, died
Sunday night at his residence in Pasa-
dena, Cal.
-Charles J. Hilkey, '15L, has accept-
ed a position as acting head of the de-
partment of political science at Dart-
mouth for the second semester. He
studied here under Prof. Jesse S. Reev-
ec.
-Mr. W. L. Badger, of the chemical
engineering faculty, will address a
meeting of the Michigan section of the
American Chemical society at 4:30
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in room
151 Chemistry building. The subject
of the address will be "The Work of
the Bureau of Standards."
-The Michigan Braich of the Inter-
collegiate Civic league was formed in-
to a permanent organization at a meet-
ing last night. Officers were elected
as follows;. W. Peddicord, '14, presi-
dent; I. Becker, '15, vice-president;

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treasurer. A committete was appoint-
ed to frame a constitution, which will
be acted upon at the first regular meet-
ing of the association, to be held the
second week of next semester.
-J. A. Wetmore, '83E, was in Ann Ar-
bor yesterday. He is now general
manager of a translating bureau in
New York, which does work in 23 dif-
ferent languages.
YEARLING LAWS ARE GIVEN
FOUR ADDITIONAL COURSES
Four two-hour courses have been
added to the curriculum for first year
law students for the second semester.
Any member has the privilege of elect-
ing one of the four courses, which,
combined with his required work, will
complete 13 hours. The elective two,
hours is not required but will be count-
ed as extra credit.
The courses offered are, Damages,
Domestic Relations, Partnersip and
Quasi-Contracts, given by Professors
Drake, Holbrook, Drake and Durfee
respectively.
All students in the department must
classify during the examination weeks,
and before Tuesday, February 9. All
special privileges granted to students
last semester mature at the close of
class work this week, and any privi-
leges for the second semester must
be obtained before it begins. A fine of
$1.00 will be imposed on students fail-
ing to make their elections before Feb-
ruary 6. Students from the literary
department, taking work in law, must
also register in that department.

COMEDY CLUB HISTORY SHOWS
RAPID GROWTH
(Continued from page 1.)
production which is essentially mod-
ern in its make up and method of pro-
duction, and written by a contempor-
aneous author. Contrary to the prac-
tice adhered to in other years no pro-
fessional coach is being retained to
whip the cast into shape. Even the
task of "making up" the players be-
fore their appearance on the stage
has been put in the hands of a student
member of the club. Finally Prof. Al-
bert A. Stanley, of the school of mu-
sic, has consented to write the inciden-
tal music, and an orchestra under the
direction of Earl V. Moore, head of the
organ department, will take the place
of the hired orchestra generally fur-
nished by the theater.
HOPPE WINS OVER SHAEFER
EASILY IN BILLIARD MATCH
Willie -Hoppe proved an easy winner
over Jake Schaefer, Jr., in their 1,000
to 600 match at 18.2 balk line billiards,
at the Huston Bros. parlors,
finishing his second block last night in
record fashion, with a total score of
1,000 against his opponent's 359. Last
night2Schaefer was able to garner
only 121 points, while Hoppe was run-
ning out his allotted 500.
Hoppe's high run last night was 84,
although an uncompleted run from the
play of the previous evening gave him
a total of 87 consecutive billiards. He
failed to score something only once,
while his younger opponent failed

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MUSIC AND DRAMA.
r. Howland to Give Recital.
William Howland, head of the
department, will give an inter-
historical recital at 4:15 o'clock
ow afternoon at the University
of music. The program will
of four ballads by Jchann Carl
(1796-1869): "Sir Oluf," "Archi-
ouglass," "Odin's Ride Over the
nd "Edward."
is the first .time that a recital

Band rehearsal this evening at 7:00
o'clock sharp in University Hall.
Prospective engineer-law students
may obtain information concerning the
course at Secretary Bird's office.
Chess and Checkers club will meet at
the Union at 7:30 o'clock. Plans for
a match game in Detroit, directly after
the examinations will be considered.
The men's section of the Deutsch-
er Verein will meet at 7:30 o'clock to-
morrcw ev0n1:.

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entirely to the Art Ballad has CAMPUS(1 iN BRIEF
.ven by Mr. Howland, and the---
ns chosen are of more than or- -'r. H. L .Lillie, of the university
interest. Mrs. Minnie Davis, hospital staff, was taken to his home
y of this city, will play accom- Monday, suffering from an attack of
its. tonsilitis.
-Senior engineer canes, which have
JNIVERSITY NOTICES already been ordered, will be placed
on sale in the rooms of the Engineer-
lits will meet at 4;:04 o'clock ing society as soon as they arrive.
i room 205 Tappan hall to dis- -T'he Sunday aflern(ioni program will
ns for soph prom. take place at the Union this week as

3USICAL CLUBS PREPARING t\wice Schaefers high run was 40, and
FOR CONCERT FEBRUARY 17 his average 10. Hoppe's average was

In Old Armory
OPEN EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING

Two Special Sessions every Wednesday and Sat-
urday morning, 9:30 to 11:30, Special
.Grand March

Both managers of the combined mu-
sical clubs are hard at work in en-
deavoring to arrange the music taken
from the different college operas in
anticipation of the concert to be held
in the Hill auditorium February 17.
The arrangement and adaption takes
a great deal of work, and the two man-
agers are being assisted by Earl VA
Mcore, of the school of music

38 for the evening and 34.21 for the
entire match.
We set glass. Major & Co. eod-Sun
Attend our January Clothing Sale.
Lindenschimidt, Apfel & Co. 71-76
Take your soiled garments to the
Freshman. He "cleans" them. 1112
So. Univ. Ave., Phone 1530-J. 60

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