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November 12, 1912 - Image 4

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*THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PRES. ANGELL MAY
DELIVER L.ECTURES

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TO STAGE DRAMAS'

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owing Six Colors in the Chinchilla coatings--that deep
les a gentleman's garment and is c*rtainly making a hit.
rmth Without: Weight
ade demands. We have met the demand in our showing at
of ready-to-wear Coat-you can have one tailored to your.
and that means comfort.

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Karl Malcolm

Maynard and Liberty

Members of Proscenium began prac-
tice yesterday afternoon on the plays
they will present this semester. 4
For this semester, Proscenium has
planned two performances which will
probably be given before invited audi-
ences. One of the plays will be "The
Chinese Lantern," written by Laur-
ence Housman; the other will consist
of three one-act plays, "The Faraway
Princess," by Sudermann; "The
Stronger," by Strindberg; and a third
not yet chosen. . t
"The Chinese Lantern," a fantasy in
three acts, is based on a legend about
the ancient painter, Wiowani, who
painted a picture of such marvelous
reality that he actually left this world
to live in the one he had painted. This
play will be staged under the direc-
tion of Edward Moseman and John H.
Townley. Miss Bessie Trible will take
the part of Meemee, the little Chinese
heroine; and Moseman will play the
role of Tikipu, the boy artist-helper
who finally wins fame for himself as
an artist. The one-act plays will be
staged by Frank G. Tompkins and
Richard Pride. Most of the principals
from "The Tragedy of Nan" will ap-
pear in these performances.
Guy T. Helverling of Maryville, Kan-
sas, recently elected democratic con-
gressman from the fifth congression-
al district in Kansas was graduated
from the law school here in 1906.

Although President-emeritus James
B. Angell definitely gave up pedagog-
ical work in the university two years
ago, he will probably give a series of
lectures before the class in intenation-
al law during Prof. Reeves' six weeks'
absence. Dr. Angell had charge of
the classes in this subject for some
time after abandoning all other work
connected with university affairs, his
particular capability and practical ex-
perience in diplomacy making him an
invaluable lecturer in this branch of
learning.
Dr. Angell's lectures will be part of
the regular course in international
law, and will not be open to the gen-
eral public. The addresses will be es-
pecially notable on account of the fact
that they will probably be the last to
be given by Dr. Angell in connection
with a regular collegiate course.
Prof. J. S. Reeves will leave Friday
for Washington, D. C., where he will
spend six weeks in research work re-
lating to the history of decisions in
international boundary line disputes.
The work will be done in connection
with an extended investigation being
conducted by the Carnegie institute.
Engineers and Lits to Dance Friday.
The engineer-lIt Social club will cel-
ebrate the Cornell game with a big
party to be given at Granger's Friday
night.

Saturday, November 16
Majestic Grand Opera Co.

One hundred and ten People

Full Symphony Orchestra

Mendelssohn's

DETROIT
InY JEWELERS AND STATIONERS

Presented In Faglishi by an All-Star Grand Opera Cast

Gwilyum Miles--------------------MylA. ESTER ADABxRTO
Sebastian Burnetti--------------.MMT,. HoRTENSE D'ARBLAY
Pilade Sinagra---..------------------------ Miss EVA VI RA
Bernard Feraos--------.-----..-.Miss LouisF RoaRs
ARTURO BovI, Conductor.
Seat Sale Thursday, Nov. 14---10 A. M.
Prioes 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50, $2.00. Boxes $2.50.
Mail Orders Filled in Rotation Received.

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Opticirns and Fraternity Jewelers"

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From $3.50 10o $8.0

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ly wear their corsets. Let me select and fit, in the seclusion of
your home, that comfortable, classy, perfect garment-the
SfPTL IE L iL A C O RS Ei
Gertrude L. Rudd gj ay;ac a" Lib rt a

If you have ideas-if you can THINK-we will show you the
secrets of this fascinating new profession. Positively to exjerietce
or literary excellence necessary. No "flowery language" is wanted.
The demand for photoplays is practically unlimited. The big
film manufacturers are moving "heaven and farth" in their at-
temps to get enough good plots to supply the ever increasing de-
mand. They are offering $ioo and more, for single scenarios, or
written ideas.
Nearly al the big film companies, the buyers of phdoplay
ate located in or near NEW YORK CITY. Being right on thcp s
andk kowiig at all times just what ott of plots 're sr
producers, our SALES DEPARTME NT has a treme 34' s advsnt
age over agencies situated in distant cities,
We have received many letteis from the bg ui! marnifa tu.
er, such as Vitagraph, Edison, Essanay, Li,! Solax, Imp, Ru
fiance. Champoni, Comet, Melies, Etc. urging us to send photo-
plays to theni. We want more wri-t' and we'll gladiy ttuh VO b
. ie secrets o success."
We ai seIlii 'pbotplays written by peopke
who "neer before wrote a line of publicatin,"
Perhaps we can do the same for you. If you can think of only
one good idea each week, and will write it out as directed by us,
and it sells for only $25, a low figure,
You Will Earn '$400,, onthly For Spare 'ine Work
FREE Send your name and address at once for free copy of
our illustrated book,. "MOVING PICTURE PIAYWRITING."
Don't hesitate. Don't argue. Write now and learn just what
this new profession may mean for you and your future.
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INS TITUTLE New York City

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eboice cr center apparently, lies be-
tween Musser and Barton with chanc-
es favoring Musser as Barton will
probably be saved for end. The pass
ing of Musser has improved wonder-
fully and there is no doubt but what
he is aggressive on defense.- ,Craig
willprobably be used at half with the
old question of Boyle or Hughitt still
up but the campus opinion seems to
pick Tommy for the job on the
strength of his Pennsy showing. The
other jobs will probably remain as
they are.
Scrimmage will probably be held to-
day with Redden giving a few first in-
structions in stopping a man. In fact
there should be a lot of scrimmage
this week for it must be remembered
that there has been none since the
Thursday before the South Dakota
game and a scrimmageless week didn't
work to satisfaction at Penn. But
scrimmage or no scrimmage, there ex-
ists at present on the squad a feeling
that will make Cornell suffer for the
wrongs that Pennsy did, and suffer in
no little or imm atferial way.
Walt Towers inAn Arbor Ye erda,.
Walt Towers, '12L, was in town yes-
terday. He is at present in the office
of the Sprague Publishing company,
Detroit, holding positions on the "Law

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Brown Drug Store-Rexall Store
Lecturer to Address Education Club.
Prof. E. L. Thorndike of the Teach-
ers' College of Columbia university
will lecture to, the Educational club
Wednesday and Thursday. The subject
of the first lecture is "The Theory of
Man's Original Nature." His second
theme is to be "The Significance of
Man's Original Nature." These lectures
are not only important to those spe-
cializing in psychology, but will prove
interesting to those who are working
along educational lines. The lectures
will he given in the economics build-
?, .,, 4: ; p. . nd ar, open to all.
H SA H [ S FOR THE
G;A2E! Sweetheat or sister coming
for the ;a Tenyou'll want sor.h
of our e tr> fine chrysanthemmns,-
largest g-own. Leave orders at Daily
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TRADE MARK REGISTERED 1900
FRED W. GROSS, 123 E. Liberty St.

YOU'LL FEEL TH ANKFUL
on Nov. 28th, if you'll let us take your correct
measure for a suit or overcoat to be made to order
by Ed. V. Price & C.c Select the woolens today.

$2 and $3

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