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Augustin McHugh's melodramatic
farce, "Officer 666," which Cohan and
Harris will present here at the Whit-
ney theater on Thursday, is a play that
provokes heart throbs and hearty
laughter produced by the unfolding of
the plot of mystery in which the scen-
es of this tremendously interesting
farce are laid.
"Madame Sherry," the sensational
musical production of a decade, will
be the attraction at the Whitney the-
ater on Saturday, February 22, mati-
nee and night, this being one of the cit-
ies included in the second trans-con-
tinental tour of this greatest of all
Each year in the theatrical world,
there are just so many sucessful plays
-plays that immediately grip the pub
lic. Out of these successes there is
generally one that strikes a note much
higher-so much so that it stands
practically alone. Such a one was
"Madame Sherry." Its sucess was im-
mediate and lasting and few there
are who will not avail themselves of
the opportunity to see and hear it
The sublime power of money when
needed to win a woman is the theme
of James Montgomery's farce comedy
"Ready Money," which H. H. Frazee
is presenting in Detroit this week at
the Garrick theater, with the usual
matinees on Wednesday and Saturday.
Originally produced in Chicago, the
play was then put out in London and
in New York. The New York company
will be seen in Detroit, aftep a run of
five months at Maxine Elliott's theater.
"Ready Money" is described as a com-
edy in three acts.
OPERA POSTERS BEING PRINTED.
Placards in Four Colors to be Much
More Elaborate This Year
Plates for the Union Opera poster
are now in the.hands of the printer.
This year's poster will appear in four
colors, making it much more elabor-
ate than in past years as 'it has never
before appeared in more than three
There will be 700 posters made, 400
of which are to be of heavy cardboard.
The Ann Arbor Press announces that
the posters will be ready February 23.
COURSES IN ORATORY PROVE
POPULAR SECOND SEMESTER
There are 90 more students in the
oratory department this semester than.
there were at this time last year.
There have been three additional sec-
tions formed of course 2 in public
speaking, and an additional section of
the elementary course.
"Freddie" Gould,'18, Returns to College
Fred Gould, '13, who was forced to
leave school last spring on account of
severe illness, is back in college. His
condition is much improved.
CANDIDATES FOR BASEBALL
TO START WORK NEXT WEEK
Work for. the 1913 Varsity baseball
team is scheduled to commence at the
beginning of next week. Though
Coach Branch Rickey will not arrive in
Ann Arbor until Saturday, March 1, or
Monday, March 3, Director Bartelme
of the Athletic association states that
the cage will be hung in Waterman
gymnasium at the first of next week in
order that the candidates for the team
may begin work at once.
Captain Bell of the 1913 team will
probably issue his call for candidates
some time this week in order that the
men may get an early start. He will
superintend the early indoor work
himself until the arrival of the coach.
As is usual, the early indoor work will
not consist of much other than a lim-
bering up of throwing arms and prac-
tice for the battery candidates until
the arrival of the coach, when the
practice will become systematized and
more attention paid to work in hitting.
"Ollantay," the Spanish drama that
Mrs. J. H. Brewster will read Tuesday
evening in Sarah Caswell Angell hall,
is a story of old Peru, when the tribe
of Incas was in the height of its power
The Inca Pochacantic, the king, has
a daughter who is being wooed by 01-
lantay, a tribal chief. It is the rule of
the tribe that none of the royal fami-
ly can marry a subject, hence the roy-
al sanction to the marriage is refused
and Ollantay decides to rebell. It Is
during the uprising that the two are
secretly married. The king, father of
Ollantay's wife, dies and the son and
rightful heir ascends the throne. 01-
lantay's daughter, wins the affection
of the new king, and through her 01-
lantay and his wife receive permis-
sion to return to the tribe in peace.
The reading will begin at 8:00
o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Colored lantern slides, illustrating life
in Peru today, will accompany the
FRATERNITIES TAKE STEPS
TO START BIBLE STUDIES.
Prof. Edwin C. Goddard, of the law
department, threw open his doors to
nearly 100 representatives from vari-
ous fraternities and campus clubs yes-
terday afternoon who gathered to dis-
cuss the formation of Bible study
classes in each fraternity and club
house on the campus. Professors Bird,
Aigler and Huber from the engineer-
ing, law and medical departments re-
'spectively, spoke at length on the ad-
visability of founding such an organi-
zation. According to the present plans
a faculty representative will meet wit$
members of each fraternity and club
once a week and take charge of the
meetings as soon as the organization
is well under way. Howard Wilson
was elected president of the organiza-
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NEWBERRY HALL TEA ROOM'.
HAS SUCCESSFUL OPENING.
Eighty women of the university pat-
ronized the new tea room at Newberry
hall yesterday afternoon. The five ta-
bles were full the entire three hours
that the room was open. The great
number of patrons were served late in
The room is furnished with five
round mission tables, each seating
four persons. Special menu cards
will be featured each day with a
change of menu. 'The success which
greeted the first efforts guarantee a
continuation of this department of
Newberry for the rest of the semester.
MEXICAN REVOLT CAUSES
COMMENTS BY STUDENTS.
Mexican students in the university
regard the revolt of Mexico's federal
soldiers against the administration as
being due to the criticisms of the army
for supporting government officials-
who were accused of stealing money
which was raised for carrying on the
war in northern Mexico. They con-
sider the revolt a problem for the Mex-
icans alone and feel that intervention
by the United States would bring on a:
"There will be no war between the
United States and Mexico," said Julius
Martinez, '13E, of the Latin American
club. "We have been watching the re-
cent conflict, but in view of the resig-
nation of our old president, I believe
our governmental policy is sure to'
change with the election of a new
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MORE OPERA TRYOUTS HELD.
Singers and Orchestra Men to Compete
Today and Tomorrow at Union
Broilers and chorus ladies in profus-
ion, tryouts for dancing chrous parts
in "Contrarie Mary," went through
their gyrations last night in the semi-
final competition held at the Union.
The material present was considered
better than that of preceding years
by those in charge of the tryouts, but
no definite choice will be made until
all the chorusmen have performed b(*
fore Director Bert St. John, who will
come out from Detroit February 25.
All men who desire to compete for
singing parts in the opera will be giv-'
en an opportunity to prove their vocal
ability in tryouts called for this even-
ing at 8:00 o'clock, at the Union.
Tryouts .for orchestra positions in
the opera will be conducted tomorrow
evening at 8:00 o'clock, at the Union.
The final chorus tryouts will be held
next Monday evening, after which re-
hearsals for the show will be com-
menced at once.
Prof. Stanley to Lecture in Bay City.
Prof. A. A. Stanley of the University
School of Music will deliver an ad-
dress tonight in Bay City. The lectur.e
will be given under the auspices of the
Teachers' Club of that city, the sub-
ject being, "Folk Songs."
FRENCH FACULTY MEMBI
TO GIVE PLAY IN D
Several members of the Fr
ulty will journey to Detroi
to take part in the program a
ing of the Detroit branch of
ance Francaise, a national
tion devoted to the study of
Prof. A. G. Canfield and J. P.
A. F. Hurlburt, Mr. H. A. Ke
M. Rene Talamon, assisted
Gertrude Patterson, will re
performance of the one act f
Monsieur qui prend la MoucJ
featured a program of the Cer
caise last month. M. Talamo
so address the Alliance on "T
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Prof. Hoad Devises New Sewer System
Prof. W. C. Hoad, of the engineering
department, returned Saturday from
Flint, where he had been since Thurs-
day. The object of Prof. Hoad's trip
was to explain the features of his plan
for the extension of the sewer system
of that city, upon which he has been
working for some months.
Fifty freshmen, candidates
All-Fresh track team, assembl
,trophy room at Waterman gy
last evening -to discuss with th
es and manager the prospect
season's work. Short talks w
by Capt. Haff, Manager Deniso
Douglas and Trainer Farre:
meeting was highly enthusia
cording to a statement of Tra
rell, who predicts great sue
the first year men in their sea
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