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ENTIRE WEEK STARTING
MONDAY MARCH 9 th
MATINEE EVERY DAY
TWO SHOWS DAILY 3 and 8:15
MASTERPIECE of MOTION
PHOTOGRAPHY
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MATINEE AND NIGHT
SATURPAY MARCH 7 TH
Sheehan English Opera Company
America'a Foremost Singing Organiz-
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was in Ann Arbor yesterday visiting
friends. Hobson is en route to New
York to accept a forestry position in
the Adirondack mountains.
-Tau Beta Pi, the honorary engineer-
ing society, held their spring election
of new members last Wednesday even-
ing and the names of the men who will
enter their ranks will be announced
this afternoon.
-Prof. Filibert Roth, of the forestry
department, returned yesterday after-
noon from Toronto, where he was the:
principal speaker before the annual
banquet of the University of Toronto.
-The first shipment of the senior en-
gineer's.canes arrived sooner than ex-
pected and were given out yesterday
afternoon to 60 students. The next lot
will be ordered as soon as the orders
are given in, 200 being the limit of the
order.
-Tickets for the Tea Dasant this af.
ternoon, at Granger's, have had a good
advance sale. The price is $1.00. Danc-
ing will begin at 3:00 o'clock.
-The new Reo motor presented by R.
E. Olds, of Lansing, to the automobile
laboratory, arrived yesterday after-
noon. It is being set up, and will be
ready for tests in two weeks.
-Experiments to prove formulae, and
determine the stability of different
types of planes, will be conducted at
a meeting of the class in aeronautics
at 1:00 o'clock this afternoon. The
experimental work will be done in the
naval architecture moulding loft.
ADDS FOUR MORE MEN TO
CAST OF ASSOCIATION PLAY
Four men were added to the cast of
"She Stoops to Conquer," Goldsmith's
famous comedy, which will be given
by the Oratorical association on March
13, in University Hall. Chester Ross,
'16, will take the part of Diggory, an
awkward servant, and F. S. Sorrenson,
graduate student, F. A. Goodwin, '16,
and W. J. Chipman, '16, will take minor
parts in the inn scene of the first act.
The main scenes have been master-
ed for the past several weeks and
the remainder of the time will be giv-
en over to polishing the more recently
added minor parts. Twenty people
will take part in the production, which
is several more than the original pro-
duction included.
WILL SHOW "THE BOY AND
THE LAW" IN LOCAL THEATER
"The Boy"and the Law," the true
story of a young Russian Jew, will be
shown in motion pictures today at the
Orpheum theater. The play begins
with the.oppressive life of the boy in
Russia, and follows his flight to Amer-
ica and the circumstances leading up
to his becoming a law-abiding citizen.
Five extra performances will be given,
two in the morning at 9:15 and 10:30,
three in the afternoon at 1:15, 2:30 and
4:00, besides the regular evening
shows.
Building Too Small For Economists
The economics department is out-
growing the space alloted to it in the
economics building. Many students
are forced to take books from the eco-
nomics library to the general library
to read them, owing to the crowded
condition of the room. Classes in
economics 1 last semester and econom-
ics 2 of this semester cannot secure
lecture room in the economics build-
ing but must use the engineering as-
sembly room.

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The Most Talked About Motion Drama of the Season
By Judge Willis Brown, of Juvenile Court and Boy City Fame.
Life Story of William Eckstein, from fourteen to twenty-
three years of age-from law-hating Nihilist to
mayor in Free America.
Sensational, Thrilling, and All True
PHENOMENAL SUCCESS
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Endorsed by leading theatrical men, editors, educators and immense audiences as the greatest and
cleanest photo- play ever produced.
EN 'ERTAINMENT-AMAZMENT-ACHIEVENiENT-LAUGHTER AND TEARS
Five Special Performances- Saturday morning and afternoon,
starting sharp at 9:15 and 10:30 a. m.1:15, 2:30 and 4100 p. an.
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CAMPUS IN BRIEF

iseher's six piece orchestra will
ture the informal "Hoodoo" dance
t will be given at the Union Fri-
, March 13. Two new songs, "At
at Wooly Wild West Show" and "In
Candlelight," which were written
the Junior hop, will be presented
Bert Fischer. Tickets can be ob-
ied by calling 236 or 319.
eorge B. Helmrich,'15E, of Detroit,
s married to Miss Esther M. Bent-
of Detroit last Monday, and return-
to school the following day. Helm-
h will finish his college course.
Ut a luncheon at the Allenel Hotel
dnesday, the marriage of Fred
orold, '15D, of St. Louis, Mich., to'
s Helen Lowry, of the same city,
s announced. The ceremony took
ce during the last Thanksgiving
ation.
That an immediate union of all de-
uinations would hasten the evan-
ization of the world" is the ques-
n to be considered at the meeting
the Kansas City Convention dele-
es in Newberry hall at 9:29 o'clock
s morning. Details of the proposed
incial campaign will be presented.

-Mrs. Dwight Patter, of New York
City, will speak at the Westminster
guild meeting this afternoon at 3:30
o'clock.
--E. J. Engle, '14, M. C. Briggs, '14,
and L. J. Fries, '15, with W. L. Rankin,
'16, as alternate, were chosen at the
initial tryouts last night to represent
Alpha Nu in the semi-finals for the
Cup Debate.
-r. Clyde I. Webster, Ph.D.'99, LL.B.,
'01, district attorney of the East Dis-
trict of Michigan will speak on "Fed-
eral Crimes" at the Union Sunday af-
ternoon. Music will be furnished by
the Mandolin club trio and the "Prick-
ly Heat" quartet.
--The annual meeting of the Union
Boat club will be held this evening at
8:00 o'clock at the Union. Officers
for the coming year will be elected at
this time and plans for the spring re-
gatta will be discussed.
-Collection of fresh law class dues
yesterday brought the total of those
who have paid their dues up to 80 out
of the 200 men in the class. Those
who have not yet turned in their mon-
ey are urged to do so at once.
-R. E. Hobson, '10, until recently in
the national forest service in Arkansas,

flICHIGANENSIAIN PLANS FOR
SOME DISTINCT INNOVATIONS
Several distinct innovations are
planned by the management for the
1914 Michiganensian. Color work will
be employed more extensively than
last year, two-color and three-color
plates being used freely in the front
part of the book. In all cases where
group pictures appear, individuals will
be identified by names placed directly
beneath their positions as occupied in
the photograph.
The book will have five main sub-
divisions devoted to the university,
classes, athletics, the campus, and or-
ganizations. The name of the section
will be printed on every page included
therein. The university section will
contain this year not only pictures but
also all matter pertaining to the alum-
ni association, graduate department
and faculty. Photographs of this di-
vision of the books will feature the
entrances to the campus buildings.
Thieves Prey Upon Huston Brothers
Thieves broke into the cash cabinet
at Huston Brothers billiard hall at an
early hour yesterday morning and se-
cured $227 in currency.- A large
amount in checks, and $80 in silver
was overlooked by the intruders, No
trace of etnrance has been discovered,

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and it is thought that the job was
done by some one concealed in the
building when it was closed Thurs-
day night.
The robbery was discovered yester-
day morning. All the doors of the
cabinet were open. The back door
was unbolted, indicating where the
thieves made their exit. The police
department were notified at once and
Sergeant Thos. O'Brien is handling
the case.
The "pin" boys employed at Huston's
bowling alleys were interviewed at
police headquarters yesterday but the
officers were unable to connect them
with the affair.
NOTED CIVIL EDUCATOR WILL
ADDRESS LOCAL ORGANIZATION
Mr. A. Dunn will deliver an address
to the members of the Michigan Inter-
collegiate Civic league and the public
at large on May 10, in room 101 of the
economics building. Mr. Dunn enjoys
a national reputation as an authority

on civic education and is secretary of
the committee on civic education of the
National Municipal legue and is also
attached to the United States bureau
of education. This is the first of the
activities of the Intercollegiate civic
league since its organization last
month.
Two Nurses Given Deportation Orders
Violation of the contract labor law
is given by the department of labor
as the reason for enforcing the depor-
tation orders of Miss Edna Schwalm,
matron of the University hospital and
her assistant, Miss Elizabeth C. Wil-
son.
Miss Wilson has already left the ser-
vice, but Miss Schwalm will remain
for another week, until her vacancy
can be filled.
The entire oratorical play will be re-
hearsed this afternoon at 1:00 o'clock
in University Hall.
Rehearsal of the inn scene of the as-
sociation play will be held this morn-
ing at 10:00 o'clock.

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