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December 15, 1912 - Image 1

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-12-15

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U tD AY, DECEiMBlER 15, 1912.



Fifteen Tryouts are Selected by Man.-
; _genient~ for Characters i

as thet
ly prog
of hisa
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the The list of those who
the the cast: for "Koepnicke,

ering Ann Arbor, for
Sling of the rush of ho:
students this week.
holiday seekers leave
railroads have a ner
on their hands. To
,500~ people in an aft
ght; is a big problem
r agent, so details are
dl now. Ticket officese
d on thie campus as1
Lthe past.
d students will have
special train, which
leave the Michigan C
Friday afternoon at 2
cps will be made at
es, including "time-o
lunch, and Chicago v
at 8:00 o'clock. Par
)dations can be obtair
arnd all those who des

was made public yesterday by th~e
management of the Deutscher Verein.
The following statement was issued:
"The director of the German play and7
the faculty advisory- committee have,
upon full and due consideration of all
the avaiable material selected provis-
ionally the following students for this
year's play:
Gertrude lielmecke, Loretta Helms-
dorfer, Laura Hollingshead, :Jane May-~
er, Mildred Nichterlein, Ethel Wheel-
er, Irving Bassett, Lawrence Clayton,
Aug;ust Gehirke, Emra Jaqua, Julius
Herbert, John Miner, Reuben Peter-
son, Leonard Rieser, and Jamnes Wil-
This selection was based upon the
tryouts held early this month and the
material available from last year's
play. Of those selected, only four
took part last year: Clayton,
Bassett, Miner, and Wilkins.
The assignment of parts will be
made before Friday, after one or two
meetings of the cast have been held.
The first meeting will take place to-
morrow afternoon at 4:00 o'clock in
room 203 University hall.

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vial train will be run east-
extra coaches will be acces-
ch will be used as they are
The Ann Arbor railroad and
R. have also promised to add


emorial, slept in a bed moi
with uiis fifteen years; is

sfor every night in the
Jack has 1,500 chrono-
os tuck~ed away in that
ead of his. Familiarity,
imemorial? Humph, that'
LIUs, whose aim is to per-
self as the greatest short-
apher who ever lived,
sglib tongue more facts

tricity, boasting that he once slept
a roof in Columbus, Ohio, with1
feet of snow ou the ground and
thermometer registering ten belc
and this living reference libraryn
er touched liquor nor tobacco in
odd life,
Jack was here four years ago,


~about the fifteen hundred greatest men' One of the ends of his return is to di
who ever lived than you have fancies, cuss the possible systematizing of t1
For the benefit of those unifortun- brain with the psychological author
ates who are not conversant with the ties of the university, He admits 1
~facts of :Tack's life, these scattered in something of a wit, and conclu
facts might prove interesting: Jck ed his social call at the sanctum ye
was born in Missouri 48Seas go; trday bly remarking that a man wi
went four years toOhos omahs memory could forget his mothe
two to fRush Mdi;hi rgt name is, in-law.~i


the un

as center
ht end for
ayto sub-

easyvrn WI)



rd A. Barrett, Minister J. Leslie French Studen
Address by Mr, Barrett 'Anticipating Christmas"
University Classes for Men and Women.
2E Socieiy

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Mansfield, Qhlo,

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