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ome of the Keystone Comedies::
E CLUB SEEKS JOBS.
o Place Graduates by Com-
nication with Firms.
paign of the commerce club
e positions for the seniors
ness administration depart-
ogressing successfully. The
oklets, of which there are
een finished, and are to be
principal business houses
ntry, in an attempt to Im-
a business men the real
ie business courses offered
tom of the club to send out circular
letters, direct to factories and offi-
cers, asking for positions which would
be open to graduates. Last year- there
were 15 positions secured at an aver-
age salary of $75 per month. Let-
ters have been sent to the commercial
secretaries of the various cities, ask-
ing them to list with the commerce
club, names of concerns which would
be in a position to employ college
graduates. To the firms which are re-
ported, will be sent one of the booklets
and a letter asking them to list with
the employment bureau any openings
which they may have. These lists will
be posted for the use of the seniors
belonging to the commerce club, and
later be open to those not affiliated
with that organization.
GIANT BIRD'S EGGS
Ex-Governor Chase S. Osborn has
presented to the university museum, '
a specimen of a fossil egg of an ex-
tinct species of giant bird that was
known as the Aepyornis maximus, and1
which inhabited the earth about ten
thousand years ago. This egg, which
is one of a very few specimens of its
kind now in existence has an enhanc-
ed value on account of the extreme
dangers which Mr. Osborn suffered in
procuring it while on his South Amer-
ican trip in the vicinity of the island
of Madagascar, and as a consequence,
it takes its place among the very valu-
ed possessions of the university mu-
The measurement of the egg is over
3 inches in its largest circumference,
and it is also interesting to note that
the egg is as big as 6 average sized
ostrich eggs, and is computed -to be
equal in size to 148 hens' eggs. The
specimen is contemporaneous with
pre-historic man, and the shell of the
egg shows a rough hole, seemingly
made by one of these early "earth
dwellers" with a flint, in order to get
out the contents. The bird itself has
been estimated to have been about 8
feet high and was of the ostrich or
The museum officials have placed
the egg on temporary exhibition in the
lower hall of the museum, and the
public is invited to make a closer in-
spection of the specimen. Mr Osborn
is expected to return to America about
the middle of July, and he is bringing
with him, a wonderful collection of
African curiosities, many of which
will probably go to enrich the mu-
seums throughout the state.
AT OTHER COLLEGES
Graduating classes at Cornell are
raising funds as class memorials, in-
stead of presenting bridges, fountains,
etc. The 1914 committee has begun
active work toward raising $150,000
among the alumni, etc. The money is
used for general expenses. Last year's
class raised nearly $125,000.
Sophomores at California are giving
a theatre party as their final class
function of the year.
The student court at Wisconsin
found three sophomores guilty of
falsification under oath and wrongful
use of class funds, the penalty being
disbarment from office for the re-
mainder of their college course. Two
of the justices dissented, and will ap-
peal the case to the faculty on the
ground that the punishment was in-
Save Your Health
"A GOOD LITTLE DEVIL."
The Orpheum Theatre again is Vic-
torious over the capture of Daniel
Frohman's largest masterpiece, and
biggest theatrical success entitled,
"A Good Little Devil."
The story, which is well-known,
written by Rosemonde Gerard and
Maurice Rostard, has been 'a great
theatrical hit throughout this coun-
try. The original cast, including Wil-
liam Norris and Ernest Truex, assisted
by Miss Mary Pickford, in the leading
roll assures us that this pliture will
surpass anything ever shown in Ann
and Eye Sight
"A Good Little Devil."
Monday-Tuesday, April 20-21.
OPERA MUSIC MOST POPULAR
SINCE CULTURE WAS STAGED.
Music of "A Model Daughter" has
met with considerable favor this year,
sales exceeding those of all other
operas but "Michigenda" and "Cul-
ture." To date more than three hun-
dred scores of this year's opera have
been sold. The sheet music has also
met with a ready sale the "Language
of Love" and "I'll Always Love You"
leading in the race far popular ap-
proval, with "If I Could Only Find a
Library Votes Money for Memorials.
At the last meeting of the library
committee, $10.00 was voted to be con-
tributed to the memorial volume to be
issued by the Royal Society of Edin-
burgh to commemorate the John Na-
pier tercentenary which will be cele-
brated in Edinburgh in July, 1914.
The committee also voted to con-
tribute $5.00 to a memorial issue of
commentaries on the works of Roger
Bacon, which will be issued in con-
nection with the seventh centenary of
that author at Oxford this summer.
The library will receive copies of both
it has been the cus-
30R'S FIRST REAL GRAND OPERA EVENT
*le Friday and Saturday
April 24 and 25
t e Popular Price Matinee
JEWISH CLUBS ARE UNRELATED.
Menorah National Body, Congregation
is a Local Organization.
Jewish students at the University of
Michigan have two distinct organiza-
tions; one to meet for religious wor-
ship, the other to study Jewish cul-
ture and ideals. The Menorah is
purely cultural, the Congregation is
purely religious. The Menorah is one
of 40 student organizations in as many'
universities having an intercollegiate
organization, the congregation is a
The Menorah society was organized
at Michigan in 1910. The congrega-
tion was organized this winter through
the influence of Rabbi Leo A\
lin, the head of a Reform Je'
gregation in Detroit. Somi
leading members have hith
fused to become identified
Jewish student organizatin.
ingly a large part of the me
the congregation are not me
the Menorah, and vice versa.
Lost Articles Await
Students unable to
isles about the camp
the secretary's offic
hall where the lost
partment of the unib
There are many book,
and fountain pens n
Theatrical-Musical Event of the Season
r TRAVEUNG OPERATIC ORGANIZATION IN AMERICA
FWENTY DISThNGJIS'ED EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN
~C 5iNGE R$ A 5 GAND OPERA ORCHESTRA
iful Singing Chorus. Fine Scenic, Costuming and
operty Effects Three Distinct Casts of Principals
All of Whom will appear in the Three Operas
ay Evening-D o n i z e t t i 's Beautiful Masterwork,
LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR" with Mmes. Vaccari,
edelmayer; Messrs. Sinagra, Autola, Giuliani, Anzalone.
rday Matinee-Verdi's Ever Popular "RIGOLET-
'O," with Mmes. Vergeri, Campbell; Messrs. Graziani,
.ntola, Giuliani, Anzolone.
rday Evening-Verdi's Tuneful Opera, "IL TROV-
kTORE," with Mmes. Cassuto, Campbell, Sedelmayer;
[essrs. Ceccotti, Modesti' Anzalone.
The alumni association of Chicago
University by its new constitution will
make students who attend the institu-
tion but did not graduate members of
A pageant featuring the coming of
spring in song and allegory will be
presented by the women of North-
western University under the aus-
pices of the women's league on May
The Columbia Jester, Princeton Ti-
ger, Harvard Lampoon and Yale Rec-
ord, humorous magazines at the re-
spective schools will be allowed a full
page- in The Independent to disport
what the Independent calls thebest
humor in the country, undergraduate
wit. The series begins with this
week's edition of the weekly.
Fraternity men at Cornell have a
lower grade of scholarship by three
or four per cent in all courses and
classes than the other students. The
statement is based on statistics com-
piled by Registrar David F. Hoy.
Drake's latest class function was a
theatre party at which 20 women were
escorted by 45 men. The report does
not state whether the party was a
Nebraska is carrying on a ballot
through The Daily Nebraskan to as-
certain the most popular woman in
school. The lady must be, judged
from the three requisites of: beauty,
congeniality and fussing ability.
To U. of M. Faculty and Students,
Ann Arbor, Mich.
April 17th, 1914
We know that you have been accustomed to
buying your hats at clothing stores because there
was no other place to get them, however, now that
you have a hat store, don't you think it will be
to your advantage to get the habit of buying your
hats where they are made and where you get REAL
We shape all hats to fit the head and
guarantee every hat to give perfect satisfaction.
We make all grades of hats, the most popular
prices being $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00. Our hats
are all made of high grade materials and we show
you the very latest styles as fast as they come
When you need a nicely tailored school or
business suit come in and see our line; we have
a line that for Quality, Fit, Workmanship and
Price we can put against anything. Every suit
cut to your own measure and made to fit; linings
guaranteed for one year.. We make it short when
we say WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY and GIVE YOU QUAL-
ITY. Your patronage solicited.
Yours very truly,
FACTORY HAT STORE
W. W. Mann, Proprietor
FACTORY HAT STORE
118 E. HURON STREET
Manufacturers of Men's, FinefHats
$2,00, $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c
. $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c
Ieserved Seat Sale for all the Operas opens Wednesday,
ri1 22, at io a. m. Mail Orders, both from in and out of
vn, filled in the order of their receipt.
(NoTE-The San Carlo Grand Opera Company, will appear at Tokyo,
an, late in November, during the ceremonies of the Coronation of the
anese Emperor, the Organization having been specially engaged by the