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your nest party. For rates dall at Acacietv or Phone 246.

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In addition to playing 12 games of
^hess, in the match held in Chicago
:Luring the holidays, the team sent
from Michigan helped launch the
Western Intercollegiate Chess associ-
ation. The new organization is com-
p:osed of Chicago, Illinois, and Mich-
igan.
The following officers were elected
for the ensuing year: W. B. Goodenow,
1414, president; J. E. Ringer, (Chi-
ago) vice-president; W. A. Atkinson,
(Illinois) secretary and treasurer.
Invitations are being extended to
other universities in order to enlarge
the circle to six. Play is conducted
)y mail throughout the college year,
and at Christmas representatives as-
semnble in Chicago for "over the
board" games. At the recent session
E~. AN. Gruer of Chicago was awarded
the medal as individual champion
with a perfect score. The team tro-
phy, a silver cup, was won by Chicago
in taking eight games. Illinois gain-
ed second place with a percentage of
500, and Michigan was able to secure
four out of the 12 points.
E.X t. WRIGHT WILL FURNISH
COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM(S
The contract for 3,000 commence-
inent invitations has been let. to E. A.
Wright & Co., of Philadelphia. These
invitations will be different from those
of last year in that they will be longer
and narrower, and will contain four
plates instead of three. The .ost is
$900 for the entire lot, and 35 cents
each to the members of the class. The
covers will be leather of a sepia color
and the leaves will be green with
brown printing. The frontispiece will
be a cut of the Hill Memorial hall.

itl t t thflu ae hs<tzti u on3 ii
fdefite ioW U : cllk rarcdiybe seen
Iit i wil pc; tat all practical for
ao productions requiring extensive
eeuery such as the Union operas and
plays of that kind. The finishing of
the walls and ceiling is such that there
is no arrangement that could be made
to support scenery or a curtain.
There is only one entrance from
each side and these open into narrow
passage ways, making their use diffi-
cult.
Senior Lits Hold Liucheon and D~ance
Senior lits to the number of 125 sat
down to an informal luncheon at the
Michigan Union yesterday noon, at
which several humorous and inter-
esting talks were given by members
of the class, and- by Prof. 3. A. C. Hild-
ner and Mr. W. R. Humphreys of the
faculty.
The afternoon was spent in dancing,
and "circle" and "robber" two-steps
and other novelty dances made it a
genuine, old-fashioned, informal party.
FRESH ILITS WILL DANTCE AT
BABBOUR GY;1 SATURDAY.
Fresh ]its have placed the ban upon
"stags," and at the afternoon party
to¢ be held in Barbour gym Saturday
there -will be an equal number of men
and women. Although the affair is
to be informal, the men and women
coming separately, only as many, tick-j
ets will be sold to mien as are disposed
of to the women of the class. A four
piece orchestra will furnish the mu-
sic, and light refreshments will be
served.
The chaperones will be Dean and
Mrs. Etinger, Prof. M. P. Tilley, Mr.
F.' G. Tompkins and Dean M.yra B.
Jordan,
Hold Supper forl Nembers of Team.
According to the prevailing cus-
tom, a series of suppers will be given
to the upper-class basketball teams
at Barbour gymnasium. The first will
be held Tuesday evening at 6:00
o'clock, directly after practice, and'
all women on the teams are invited to
be present.

InfliflhWEEK STARTING MONDAY, JAN. 13
GARR Derotnmw.Mats. Wed. and Sat.
Messrs. Shubert and Wir. A. Brady offer The Century's Musical Sensation in
Fngagemnent of
The Gilbert and Sullivan Festival Company
WITH ITS GREAT CAST OF CREAT STARS
De Wolf Hlopper, George MacFarlane, Blanche Duffield,
Eugene Cowles, Kate Condon, Arthur Aldridge, Viola
Gillette, Arthur Cunningham, Louise Barthel
And a Great Singing Chorus, in a Brilliant Revival of Gilbert and Sullivan's Createst
Comic Operas. Tomorrow and Friday Nighti
THE PIRLATES OF PENZANCE
Tues. and Sat. Eves, and Sat. Mat. Wed. Matinee and Evening
THE MIKADO PINAFORE
Thursday Night (Only Time)y
PATIENCE
"Every one of them brighter and wittier than any modern musical comedy over written."
N. B.-Notwithstanding this great cast of stars and the magnitude of the different
productions, regular house prices Will prevail. Fvenings and Saturday Matinee 50c to
$2.00. Popular Wednesday Matinee, hoc to $i.go.
WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, JAN. 13. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday
Henry W. Savage Offers the New and Joyous Operetta
""LITTLE BOY BLUE"
The sane cast and production that was seen for six months ot the Lyric Theatre, New
York.
WEEK JANUARY 27 MATINEES 'WEDNESDAY AND SA 1URDAY
William Faversham Presents his spectacular Production of
JULIUS CAESAK
With a Company of Uminent Stars, including Wmn. Faversham. Frank Keenan, Berton
Churchill, Fuller Mellish, Miss Julie Opp.
Prices, 50c to $2.00. Wed. Mat. 50o to $1.50.

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