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THE I ICHIGAN DAILY

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PUCK CHASERS TO
PLAY TWO GAMES
Hockey? Sure thing, a double header
today. The first game will be staged
between the science team and the law
aggregation at 9:00 o'clock, while the
lits and engineers will fight for honors
at 10:00 o'clock.
These two contests will, no doubt,
make the league standings look differ-
ent. The engineers are up in arms
and are confident of winning a game
and so raise the three zeros from their
percentage column. The lits are also
confident of again getting the big end
of the score with the boilermakers,
as they defeated them in the first game
of the season. The scientists are bound
to keep their perfect percentage but
the laws are planning on administer-
ing the first defeat against the leaders.
Although the weather has not per-
mitted the teams to get any workouts
the past few days, nevertheless the
managers have been busy working on
thier list of available pucksters and
the hockey enthusiasts may see some
radical changes in the lineups. If the
weather remains favorable, next week
will be a busy time at Weinberg's,
for Manager DuBois is set upon run-
ning off the schedule. The games will
be announced tomorrow.
AMUNDSEN LECTURE IN
DETROIT ATTRACTS MANY.
President Hutchins Will Present
Speaker at Meeting Next
Friday.

For Fraternity Houses, Boarding
Houses and RestaurantsAclean,
economical and efficient. Can
be operated at less than the cost
of coal orwood.

DRAMATIC CLUB IS
PLANNED BY WOMEN
Women of the university will submit
to the non-athletic committee today a
petition to form a dramatic club to
control all plays given by university
women in the future. Those in charge
of the petition are confident that the
necessary permission will be granted
as they claim there is dire need for
such an organization on the campus.
This project has been under discus-
sion for some time, but definite action
has been deferred several weeks be-
cause the form of management was
uncertain. The first idea was to have
the club as a comimttee of the League,
with the club electing its own officers.
It was finally decided that the absorp-
tion by the Women's League was not
for the best interests of the club and
so the present method was adopted.
The club is to be an independent soci-
ety, electing its own officers and di-
recting its own affairs. There is to be
a faculty advisory board and a board
of control. This latter board will
have one member from the Women's
League on it, the other members to be
elected indiscriminately.
The club is open to all women of
the university who are in any way in-
terested in dramatic writing, produc-
ing or acting.
The first play is to be given March
7, when "Creatures of Impulse" an old
Ben Greet favorite will be given. The
following cast has been selected for
this play: Martha, the innkeeper, Ju-
dith Jinsberg; Titette, Romaine Bram-
well; Peter, Mildred Rees; strange old
lady, Ruth Post; Sargeant Klooque,
Helen Burlingham; Jaques, Beatrice
Lambrect, the miser, Frances Bishop;
in adidtion several village characters
will be used. Those women who are
not assigned parts in this play will be
given an opportunity to act in the
plays that will be staged in April.,
RABBI FRANKLIN, OF DETROIT,
TO SPEAK AT UNION SUNDAY.
J. R. Angell, Son of President Emeri-
tus Angell, to Speak Week
from Tomorrow.

Saturday,,F b. 22
Woods, Frazee & Lederer
Present, for the first time here
THE MAGNIFICENT NEW AMSTERDAM, NEW YORK, THEATRE
PRODUCTION
MAD"A e E
(SHE'S THE TOAST OF THE TOWN)
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

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R LAWS ,CHOOSE OFFICERS.
Valedictorian, Presenter and
eball Manager are Nominated.
meeting, of the senior engineer
Wednesday afternoon nominees
Las day valedictorian and pre-
of the class memorial were
lH. S. Young and Walter T.
re nominated for presenter of
ass memorial, but Bie has with-
to enter the contest for class
Sidney E. Doyle, Charles H.
and -Edmund' B. Chafee were
,ted for valedictorian. Many
itors'are looked for in the class
cal eontest.
rty" Wha tenw as nomninated
es baseball manager.
E OFFICES FOR DEUTSCHE*
HEREIN PLAY ARE FILLED
M. Clift, '14, has been appoint-
ness manager of the Deutscher
play which will be produced
r 9 Leo N. Burnett,, '14 will
large p the publicity and Ber-
Kline,,'14, will take care of
nery and properties.'
'1E, to Lecture on Argentina.
ecial feature of the "South
an Night" at Newbery hall
1,will be an illustrated lee-
Argentina by Marcelino J. Pas,
Buenos Aires. Pas has care-+
rorked up this entertainment
I repeat it in neighboring cities
icational centers this spring.

COMMENCEMENT WEEK SET
TO DEDICATE AUDITORIU.
It has been finally decided by the
Board of Regents that the formal dedi-
cation of the New Mill Auditorium
will take place on Alumni day during
Commencement week. A future meet-
ing will be held, at which time a final
decision will be made regarding the
ceremonies.
DETAILS OF ISS YEAR BOOK
WILL SOON BE IN FINAL SHAPE
With the exception of some of the
art work, nearly all material for the
1913 Michiganensian has been handed
in and is ready for the printers. Yes-
terday was the last day on which pie-
tures of campus organizations would
be accepted, and every class and se-
ciety that had contracted for space, had
handed in the copy for the pictures.
With the acceptance of the drawings,
which are to be turned in next week,
the details of the book will be brought
into final shape.
Alice Cricker Speaks to League.
Alice Crocker, of this city, spoke to
the Women's League yesterday after-
noon, at the regular weekly ,meeting.
Her talk dealt with her personal expe-
riences at Hull House with Jane Ad-
dams. Miss Crocker spent some time
at Hull House two months ago, assist-
ing in settlement work and studying
the methods involved there.+

Mr. Roald Amundsen, who recently
discovered the South Pole, will give
his lecture in Detroit next Friday at
the Armory. Local interest has been
aroused in this talk by the fact that
President H. B. Hutchins, and other
prominent members of the university
faculty are anticipating attending the
lecture. President Hutchins will pre-
sent the sepaker.
Amundsen, from a lecture which he
delivered before the student body of
the College of the City of New York,
entertains a sympathetic attitude to-
ward American colleges and toward
the college youth of this country.
"I think there is nothnig more inspir-
ing than to see American college men
en masse, pursuing the paths of high-
er education. From my knowledge of
American colleges I think that both
faculty and students are earnest work-
ers, and evince a high order of intel-
lectual endeavor. The spirit of deter-
mination in American college students
is highly recommendable. The stick-
to-it-iveness, which is so much in evi-
dence in American college students,
is the thing that counts in the long
run, and will surely bring results in
the end."
A number of students who are in-
terested in the work which Mr.
Amundson has done are anxious to
take advantage of this opportunity of
hearing the explorer talk, it being the
only opportunity that they will have,
as Anundsen will not again be within
a radius of fifty miles of Ann Arbor.
If any organization can be brought
about whereby students will make the
trip en bloc to Detroit, the manage-
ment which introduces the speaker
promises both to provide rates on
railway transportation and on admis-
sion to the lecture.

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Members of the Union will have the
opportunity, Sunday, of hearing Rabbi
Franklin of Detroit, who will be the
speaker on the regular afternoon pro-
gram. His subject vill be "The Mod-
ern Jew and His Religious Belief."
Rabbi Franklin is said to be one of
the broadest minded men in his faith
and is well known all over the coun-
try. He takes an active interest in
public affairs in Detroit and has the
reputation of being an exceptionally
good speaker.
T. W. Shen, '14E; S. U. Hfiang, 15E,
and Jabin Hsu, '14, will furnish some
Chinese instrumental music. James
R. Angell, dean of the University of
Chicago and a son of President Emer-
i us James B. Angell, has been secured
to address the afternoon gathering a
week from tomorrow.
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
Feb. 22.-Tryout for soph engineer
relay team.
Feb. 22.-Preliminary track meet at
Waterman gym.
Feb. 25.-Commerce club smoker at
the Union.
Feb. 26.-Indiana Club dance at
Union at 8:30 o'clock.
THEATRICAL CIRCLES
"Madame Sherry" Today.
When is vaudeville not vaudeville?
This conundrum is definitely nailed to
a standstill by the reply: When it is

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a French vaudeville. An evening of
farce studded with musical numbers
which do not hinder but are genuine
stepping stones in the plot-this is the
pocket definition of a French Vaude-
ville. I
"Madame Sherry," the comedy with
nusic, which is to be at the Whitney
theater this afternoon and evening is
described as the first "French Vaude-
ville" to vault to American shores.
At the Majestic.
There will be a holiday matinee at
Majestic theater today in honor of
Washington's Birthday and the seats
can be reserved the same as at night,'
at the regulation night prices. The
show this week is one of the record
breakers of the season with Emily
Sharrock in her baffling exhibition of
thought transference and the famous
Pereira Sextette of Portugese musi-
cians as the star attractions.

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MAJESTIC
-EXTRA
Holiday Matinee
BIRTHDA T
3:00 R, rM.

RESERVED SEATS
REGULAR NI4HTPRICES

Coming Hawaii Singers
Soon
Thurs2"--"Di GAIETY O.
"FRISKY FRANCE"
CAR RICK THEATRE
DETR*OIT
H. H. FRAZEE Presents
"READY MONEY"

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

Old Grad Dedicates Poem to Michigan.
John R. Webster, '76, now of Omaha,
Nebr., has written a poem and dedi-
cated it to the University. It was read,
for the first time in public at a ban-
quet of Michigan alumni given in
Omaha on Manday evening.

All law hockey men are requested
to be on hand at Weinberg's at 10:00
o'clock today. Game with science
team.
Fresh engineer basketball practice.
today at 12:00 o'clock, city Y. M. C. A.
Last tryout for Junior lit relay team

ORIGINAL NEW Y0* K CAST
will be held Monday at 4:30 o'clock.
Senior Engineers will hold relay
tryout Monday at 4:00 p. m.
All group leaders of the Cosmopoli-
tan club will banquet at 213 N. Thayer
street at 6:00 this evening.

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