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- THEATRE
light, Thurs., March 26
Charles Frohman Presents

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"THE

B ACH ELOR'S

10 People.

A spectacular fantasy.

Carload of scenery.

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R IFF BROS. and URRAYlComedy
SINGING AND DANCING

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arrymore
e new comedy in four acts

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addon Chambers, founded on the novel
at name by Anne Douglas Sedgwick
S 13 ROWS ORCHESTRA............ .. ... ..$2.00
oBALANCE.............................i.50
4 ROWS BALCONY...................1.50
NWXT 4ROWS i......... ...... . ...........1.00
BALANCE ....................................7
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>rtheast End of Campus.
nt Marks' plans for im-
ampus this spring are
iainly on the northeast
vicinity of the gymna-
y and medical buildings.
next to Sarah Caswell
and running into the

chemistry building, will probably'
paved, and the adjoining sidewal
raised. The lawn in this area, whi
was torn up , in the construction
the tunnel, will be improved. No in
provements will be made back of U
versity hall and the law building,<
the erection of the science buildi
will tear up the campus in that vici
ity.

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ZOOLOGISTS ACTIVE
IN RESEARCH WORK

DALTO, FRE Esco. Keystone Come
COMUIDYACROBATS

Michigan faculty men in the Zoolog-
ical department are actively engaged
in investigation which are achieving
high results,,
Prof. Jacob Reighard is preparing
a report on the breeding habits of
fishes, which should surpass, in im-
portance, anything of the sort ever
before attempted. Prof. Otto C. Glaser'
is carrying on experiments on artifi-
cial fertilization, which have already
resulted in much new and valuable
information. Prof. A. F. Shull is sub-
ecting Rotifers or wheel-animalcules
to various external stimuli, and study-
ing their effects upon the- structure
and reproduction of the offspring. His

results have been published in about
a dozen scientific journals.
Prof. R. W. Iegner has undertaken
to trace the history of the germ cells
in certain insects and mollusks from
one generation to the next, and ex-
amine the constitution of the germ-
plasm. Prof. A. G. Ruthven has
charge of natural history surveys in
Michigan and South America. He has
contributed to the subject of the meth-
od of evolution in reptiles, and has
valuable reports of an ecological na-
ture now in progress.
Prof. G. R. LaRue now has a mono-
graph in press, dealing with certain
parasitic worms. His other investi-
gations, now in progress, are for de-
termining the relations between the
parasite and its host. Mr. Peter Ok-
kelberg has, for the last three years,
been working out the events in the
germ-cell cycle in the brook lamprey,

with special reference to the phe-
nonenon of hermaphroditisin. He is
also performing experiments in arti-
ficial fertilization.
The laboratory assistants and grad-
uate students are also engaged in in-
vestigations of a varying nature un-
der the direction of individual mem-
bers of the staff.
To Give Saxaphone Party Next Friday.
A Wright Saxaphone party will be
given at the Union, Friday, March 27.
Dancing will continue from 9:00 to
12:00 o'clock. Tickets can be obtain-
ed by calling 236 or 319.
To Represent University at Columbus.
Alumni in Colubus, Ohio, will or-
gazine March 28. Dean H. M. Bates has
been appointed to represent the uni-
versity at the dinner to be given that
night.

Tilden Successful at Jo
Prof. C. J. Tilden, who
gineering department Iasi
cept a position as profe
engineering in Johns I
versity, has been succes
ing the new course, and
students enrolled in his d
Purdue Dean to Speak I
Dean Charles H. Benja
due University, has acc
vitation to speak here e
on "Perpetual Motions."
jamin last year gave his
ture on "The Fourth Dim
Utah Men Will Entertal
Michigan musical club;
tertained at a dinner i
City on the evening of
the Pan Hellenic As
Utah.

NORWOOD and HALL
SINGING - TALKING

NOLA'S COLLIES
WONDERFUL DOGS

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Whitney Theatre

[ave Your Easter
Suit RIGHT
-Iave it made as you want it,
ust the pattern you desire,
ust the cut you like.

W Ir

Fred

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ur exclusive local dealer will
iow you why we should be your
ilors. See him TODAY.
-gest Tailors in the world of Good
made-to order clothes

....

MATINEE
and NIGHT Sat. arch
UNDER AUSPICES OF DRAMA LEAGUE
THE IRISH PLAYERS
From the ABBEY THEATRE, DUBLIN
In their unique scenic productions of
IRISH PLAYS
Laughter--Pathos--Sentiment

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NOTICE!

Oswing to

dent which necessitates the ci

a serious

ing of her tour,

Matinee Bill
KATHLEEN-NI-HOULIHAN
By W.B YEATS
THE BUILDING FUND
3-Act Comedy by WM. BOYLE
THE RISING OF THE MOON
By LADY ORBGORY

Evening Bill
The WELL of the SAINTS
A Thre-mact Comedy
ByJ.Al.SYNGE
THE WORK HOUSE WARD
A Farce Ccmedy
By LADY GREGORY

PAVLOWA
will not appear in Ann A
as originally announced.
ARTHUR LANE, I

a., Chicago,

U. S, A

Price--$200 150 $1 , 75c, SOc. 25c

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'This'

Rich Assortment of

Smart Suitings in Greys, Blues,Plaids,Stripes and Mixtures. $20.00 to
Norfolks are our Specialty
We are also agents for the E. R. MOORE Co. makers of
Collegiate Caps, Gowns and Hoods

HENRY & CO.

711 N. University Ave,

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