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February 21, 1913 - Image 4

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T HE AICHIGAN DAILY

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FORMER STUDENT TO BOOST
MICHIGAN IN FAR EAST.
Premanada Das, '12, of India, who
is visiting friends here, will deliver
lectures to boost Michigan in all the'
principal cities in India, and will try
to induce the Hindu people to send
more of the sons and daughters of that
country to a wuire American educa-
tion. The campaign will be conducted
with the partnership of Sarendora Bal,
'12, who will return with him in
March.
While in College, Das was active in l
campus affairs, and was vice-president
of the local Cosmopolitan club. After !

PROF. ANDERSON IS GUEST
AT WEB AND FLANGE DINNER
Prof. H.C. Anderson, of the mechani-
cal engineering department, was the
guest of honor at a dinner last even-
ing at the Union. The occasion was
the regular dinner of the Web and
Flange, the honorary engineering so-
ciety, at vhich Prof. Anderson gave a
short talk followed by general remarks'
by a number of those present.
Indiana Students to Dance Soon.
Men from Indiana will dance at the
Union on Wednesday next, February
26. Tickets for the function may be ob-

New

Whitnety

Theatre

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Saturday, Feb.,22
Woods, Frazee & Lederer

$5.00
$6.501

Black

or
Tan

Present, for the first time here
THE MAGNIFICENT NEW AMSTERDAM, NEW
PRODUCTION
ME

YORK, THEATRE

A New Bunch
of this popular English Last. The
detail on this shoe is complete.
OUR BIGGEST SELLER

graduation he took post-graduate work tained from the committee in charge,
in the Harvard medical school, and lat- or at the Union desk. Prof. and Mrs.
er did research work in the laboratory Hugo Thieme and Prof. and Mrs. Gor-
of the Mulford company, Philadelphia. don Stoner will chaperone the affair.
Das will also deliver a lecture be- The dance will be informal and will be
fore the Prescott club on "The Mod- limited to 75 couples.

Wagner f Co.
State Street
sigtz of th. Bli White Shoe

Zhe forest ,Lawn .ea 1iRoom
ORDERS TAKEN FOR BANQUETS
Open Sundays
04 Forest Ave. Phone 1238-J
ARRIVED
The Royal Tailors Samples
'OR SPIING

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DON'T FAIL TO SEE, THEM

SUITS, $16.00 to $35.00
EVERY PATTERN GUARANTEED ALL WOOL
The Campus Boofery
308 South State Street
The "TIFFANY" Pipe
"ALL that the name implee"
DAVIS [$ KONOLD. Agt.. 701 Packard
Hart, Schaffner
& Marx
C LOTH E S
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES

ern Method of Manufacturing Antitox-
ins and Vaccines and their Therapeu-
tic Value.' The date of the lecture as
yet has not been settled, but it will be
early in March.
Vaccinate Everyone at Hospital.
In accordance with instructions is-
sued two weeks ago at the university
hospital to the effect that all connected
with the hospital must be vaccinated,
all nurses, waiters, and other persons,
working at the institution, are being
vaccinated. Although no new cases
have developed, it was thought best to
take all precautions against the spread
of the disease and enforce the vacci-
nation decree.
LAST ISSUE OF PAINTED
WINDOW HAS READY SALE.
The February "Painted Window" is
meeting with the largest sale of the
year..A second edition may be nec-
essary.
Considerable comment has been
aroused over Milton G. Nicola's trans-
lation of "Finis" from the Servian of
Ketschirtov, portraying a unique and
~startling prophecy of the end of the.
world. John Townley's arraignment
of Michigan dramatics has also caused
much discussion in histrionic circles.
The busienss staff of the magazine
has been reorganized on a competitive
basis. Several positions, however, are
yet unfilled.
Prof. Cross Lectures on Art Today.
Prof. Herbert R. Cross of the liter-
ary department, will give an address
in Harris hall this afternoon at 4:30
o'clock on "Pagan Religious Jdeals
as Expressed in Art." The lecture
will be accompanie'd by stereoptican
views.
Ferris Club Will Meet Tomorrow.
The Ferris Institute club will meet
in Webster Hall of the law building at
7:30 tomorrow evening. This meet-
ing is important and all members are
requested to be present as at this time
plans will be completed for the annual
banquet.
CONFERENCE QUESTION IS GOSSIP
FUEL.

Grand Rapids Club Meets Tonight.
The Grand Rapids club will hold a
meeting tonight at the Union at 8:00
o'clock. Plans for the annual banquet
will be discussed and a committee will
be appointed to look into the feasibil-
ity of getting a house for the club next
year.
SENIOR ENGINEERS MUST ORDER
THEIR INVITATIONS TODAY.
All orders for senior engineer's in-
vitations will be taken in the engi-
neeringsociety rooms today from
11:00 to 12:00 o'clock and from 1:09
to 5:00 o'clock. This is the last day
on which orders will be taken. The in
vitations will sell at the rate of three
for a dollar, but the money will nor
be payable until a later date.
Johns Hopkins Grads Will Dine.
A number of graduates of Johns
Hopkins University will meet at the
Michigan Union tomorrow noon for a
social dinner. Prof. Jesse S.. Reeves
has charge of the meeting, which will
be -attended by about ten men. They do
not constitute an organized club, but
have been accustomed to meet annu-
ally within recent years.

Buy your Spring Suit (aly and get first choice.
Our new Spring Wooles of the coing Season'are
exclusive and will not be duplicated.
F. A. MYLES, 607 E. Wiliam St.
From Now On=
It will cost but

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WITH
Special Cast, Irresistible Comedy, Stunning Cho-
rus and all Enchanting Melodies Including
"Every Little. Movement Has a Meaning of Its Own"
The World's Biggest Musical Hit
BEAUTIFUL SCENERY, ELECTRICAL and MECHANICAL EFFECTS
PRICES: NIGHT, 35-50-75-1,00-1.50 MATINEE, 25-50-70-1;00
Seat Sale Thursday, Feb. 20
V",2Annoull Cment

Cloth Shop

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

All eligible men on Glee and Mando-
lin clubs leave on special D. U. R.
car, 12:15 o'clock this noon, State and
Packard waiting room, for trip to Port
Huron and Saginaw.
Gargoyle business staff meeting at
5:00 o'clock. Advertisement assign-
ments will be given out.
Meeting of the tryouts of the Mich-
igan Daily staff at 4:00 o'clock today.
The Kentucky club will meet at the
Union this evening at 7:30.
Important meeting of the Grand
Rapids club at the Union at 8:00
o'clock tonight. All members are re-
quested to attend.
FORESTERS ARE WAGING STATE
WIDE CAMPAIGN.
(Continued from page 1.)
Representative Samuel W. Beakes
on being interviewed regarding the
question said, "I do not.agree with the
sentiments recently expressed -by Mr.
Shafroth. I think he was merely re-
flecting local sentiment and state
pride. There is no reason, so far as
I can see, why the control of the na-
tional resources should be delegated
to the states."

to have the

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(Continued from page 1.)
has been accomplished is not known.
The various rumors have assumed
wild and alarming proportions in many
instances, but even the most conserva-
tive say that it is believed that the
board hastbeen working on the propo-
sition and that shortly it will be de-
cided one way or the other. As to any
negotiations or results, or grounds of
alleged compromise absolutely noth-
ing definite is known and rumors on
that ground are not of whole cloth.
It is given outthat the board meeting
will probably be held withinthree
weeks and it may┬░ be that within a
month Michigan will have the big
question decided for another space of
time. But until an authorized state-
ment on the matter is given out the
various rumors and reports will con-
sist in the main of rumors only

UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
February 21.-Senior law Washington
Birthday party at Union.
February 21.-Senior law Washington
birthday party at the Union.
February 22.-Tryout for soph engi-
neer relay team 10:00 o'clock.
February 22.-Tryout for soph engi-
neer relay team at 10:00 o'clock.
February 25.-Commerce club smoker
at the Union.
February 26.-Indiana club dance, at
the Union, 8:30 o'clock.
February 28.-Fresh lit dance, at the
Union, 8:30 o'clock.
March 1.-Regular dance at the Un-
ion.

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remainder of the college year.
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