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February 13, 1913 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

H. Wild Co., 311 So. State Street
Carry the Largest line of Spring Woolens in
the city. Satisfaction guaranteed. We cater
to those who want the best.

THE MICHIGAN DAILYGARRICK THEATRE

buished 1877

All work made in this city.

H. Wild Co., 311 So. State Street_

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we call PERSONALITY.
v SUIT of CLOTHES made
ue is FILLED with it.
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THE GIRLS ALL SAY
Call Ta xi -155O
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aggage Truck Quick Service 30, N. MAI V ST.

Official newspaper at the University of Mich- 1
igan.
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
Entered at the postof'ice at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan, under Act of Congress of March 3,
r £i79.
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
Officeflours: ditor-i to 3 p. M.; 7 to o
P. m. Business Manager- to 3 p. i.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $.o; by mail,
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy ; University Pharmacy ; Davis
and Konald's Confectionery Store.
Phone: Bell, 96.
Frank Pennel.............Managing rditor
Joseph Fouclard......:... Business Manager
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1913.
Night Editor-F. M. Church.
The Michigan Daily wants tryouts
for the business staff. All those inter-
ested, call business manager between
1:00 o'clock and 2:00 o'clock any day]
this week.
MICHIGAN'S LOSS.
The flag on the campus fluttered at
half mast yesterday in respect to the
memory of a faculty member. Below
it students gathered to ask the mean-
ing of the flag. And it was only a rep-
etition of the occurrence when the uni-
versity was deprived of an able advis-
or a week or so ago.
The late Regent John Henry Grant
was probably unknown to the majority
of the men and women whose interests
he labored to preserve. Prof. John
Schmutz was not known generally be-
yond the students in his own classes.
Yet both of these men were servants
of our alma mater,.servants who work-
ed untiringly in our behalf.
It is only fitting that the udergradu-
ate body pause, if but for a moment, to
think upon the lives just ended and re-
memiber that it is the work of such
men that makes Michigan what it is
today.
THEATRICAL CIRCLES.-
"The Heart Breakers."
In "The Heart Breakers," Mort H.
Singer's latest musical comedy hit
which will be seen at the Whitney the-
ater on Saturday, February 15, mati-
nee and night, many song successes
abound. The cast is headed by George
Damerel, and includes a perfect Prin-
cess chorus. The piece is in two acts;
the first takes place at the Saxon club
in New York, and the second at Mun-
ger Castle in the Adirondacks.
"Officer 666."
A battle of wits that is viewed with
intense interest as waged by the
sleuth and the cracksman in "Officer
666" has made that play the most in-
teresting production given to the
American stage in many years. It
will be seen here for the first time at
the Whitney theater on Thursday, Feb-
ruary 20.
At the Majestic.
The attraction at the Majestic the-
ater starting tonight will be Marx
Brothers' Big Beauty Revue.
The first act represents the interior
of a county schoolroom. 'The second
act takes place in the schoolmaster's
garden ten years later. The company
numbers amongst its principals, in ad-
dition to the four Marx Brothers them-
selves, George Lee, and Vera Bright.
The scenic display is most elaborate.

PROFESSOR'S WIFE TO GIVE
READING OF SPANISH PLAY.
Mrs. James H. Brewster, wife oft
Prof. J. H. Brewster of the law depart-
ment, will read "Ollantay," a Spanish
drama, in Sarah Caswell Angell hall
Tuesday night at 8:00 o'clock. She
appears under the auspices of the dra-
matic committee of the Women's
League.
The reading is a story of the people
of Peru, the Children of the Sun, be-
fore the Spanish conquest of that por-
tion of South America in the fifteenth
century. Mrs. Brewster has visited
Peru and she was able to secure a
translation of this delightful drama
first hand. Colored lantern slides will
supplement the reading. depicting life
in Peru at present.
UION CO Z-ITTEE IS NAMED.
Tickets for Regular Weekly Dance Go
-on Sale This Afternoon.
Chairmen for the Michigan Union
dances for the second semester were
named by President Edward G. Kemp,
of the Union, last evennig. The fol-
lowing men will have charge of the
weekly affairs during the next five
months: Maurice R. Lhman, '15M,
Stanley T. Mills, '13E, Robert B. Stur-
tevant, '14, William A. Hart, '13, Ar-
thur H. Kuhn, '13E, Morris A. Milli-
gan, '14, and H. Beach Carpenter, '14.
Harold B. Abbott, '13, will continue to
act as general chairman of the dances.
Tickets for the regular membership
dance Saturday evening will go on sale
at the Union this afternoon at 5:00
o'clock. The usual number of 100
tickets Will be -sold. Stanley Mills
will serve as chairman of the commit-
tee in charge of the affair.
"FINE ARTS" IS SO POPULAR
NEW ROOM MUST BE SECURED.
Owing to the large number of stu-
dents enrolled in Prof. H. R. Cross'
course in fine arts I, larger quarters
will be necessary. More than 100 stu-
dents have registered in this course
and the rooms in Alumni Memorial
hall are not large enough to accom-
modate the increased numbers. The
new meeting place of the class will
finally be decided upon the return of
Dean Effinger, and will be announced
later in the week.
Scholarships are Offered to Women.
Dean Myra B. Jordan has received
official notice of the fellowships and
scholarships offered to women gradu-
ates of universities and colleges of ac-
knowledged standing by Bryn Mawr.
The list shows that there are 15 resi-
dent fellowships totaling in value
$525; 20 graduate scholarships with a
total value of $200, and one resident
scholarship of $250. In addition to
these there are three traveling schol
arships open to graduates of Bryn
Mawr.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
Senior engineer basketball practice
tonight 6:45 o'clock at gym.
Senior lit basketball practice at gym
at 7:00 o'clock.
The tea and reception in Wilber
league house is called off on account of
measles in the house.
Meeting of J hop committee at 4:30
o'clock at Alpha Delta Phi house.

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Redecorated 1912
Chinese and American Restaurant
Private rooms reserved for parties and ladies and
gentlemen.
4:;1 S. State St. Chop Sixey

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