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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1913.
-The progress of this world de-
pends upon the excess of births over
deaths, not only In people, but in
B. Fayre-Night Editor.
Our heartiest thanks to the Board
Many mysteries have been solved.
We know definitely what 2ias been
done, how it was done, the plans that
have been formulated for the future
and that a committee has been ap-
pointed with the intention of finding
out from the Michigan Regents what
course the Board in Control shall pur-
sue. Truly we would be ungrateful
if we failed to appreciate these favors.
Purposely, we have not criticised
anyone. We started out to find out
why the Board in Control bad not ap-
pointed the committee that was au-
thorized on March 22. The statement
in the motion adopted last night ans-
wers us fully: "The Board in Control
is now and has been since the above
date awaiting the further instructions
of the Board of Regents." Obviously
it was impossible to appoint the com-
mittee under the circumstances. We
asked for an official statement and we
Intense interest wii now follow the
course that the Michigan Regents will
advise. We pray that due considera-
tion will be given the views of the
students, alumni and faculty. Past ex-
periences have established our faith in
the Board of Regents, and we feel sure
that our prayer will not be a vain one.
MUSIC AND DRAMA.
In this season of numerous Shakes-
pearean revivals, a distinct novelty is
being offered by Robert B. Mantell in
his coast to coast tour, a massive scen-
ic production of the historical tragedy
"King John." During his engagement
at the Garrick theatre in Detroit this
week Mr. Mantell will be seen but
once in this play, Monday night, Oc-
tober T3. In addition he will present
the following plays .in his reportoire
already well known to local theatre-
goers: "Hamlet," Tuesday night;
"Richlieu," Wednesday afternoon;
"Macbeth," Wednesday night; "Othel-
lo," Thursday night; "King Lear," Fri-
day night; "Merchant of Venice," Sat-
urday afternoon, and -"Richard III,"
CAMPUS IN BRIEF.
All southern students and faculty
members are invited to smoker of the
Dixie Club, which will be held at the
Union next Thursday at 7:00 o'clock.
Prof. J. R. Effinger will speak.
-The Kalamazoo club smoker, an-
STATE cor. HURON
V. S. LORING, Minister
SUBJECT OCTOBER 12th
Mrs. Mary B. Davis, of the Na-
tional Woman's Alliance, speaks
at both services.
SOCIETY AT 7
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nounced for Sunday, has been postpon-
ed until after the M. A. C. game.
-The university Senate will meet
next Monday evening at 8:00 o'clock in
the president's office. The matters
which- it will take under advisement
have not yet been made public.
The first meeting of the class in the-
oretical football in which a course of
instruction is to be given this year by
Intramural Director Rowe, has been
called for tomorow afternoon at 3:30
o'clock at Director Rowe's office.
-The membership dance at the Un-
ion- last tnight was attended by 100
couples the number to which tye
dances are limited. The dancing was
entirely in accord with the rules laid
down by the committee and practically
no trouble was experienced with danc
ers who were not anxious to ec-oper-
-The Jeffersonian debating society
last night elected the following officers
for the coming year: president, C. C.
Goldman; vice-president, R. Clem-
ent; treasurer, W. I. McKenzie; segre-
tary, Harry Neff; critic, W. J. Laid
law; sergeant-at-arms, R..P. White-
head; oratorical delegate, E E. Stor-
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Charles Sikes and Roy N. Parsons,
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program. H. Nutting will, give a mon-
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