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Return From -ifeeting at St. Louis.
Dr. W. B. Hins dale, dean of the homn-
eopathic department, and president of
the American Institute of Homeopa-
thy, and Dr. W. A. Dewey, secretary
of the' Council of, Medical Education.
returned yesterday from St. Louis
where they attended a meeting of the
Missouri State Homeopathic Medical
Society. Dr. Hinsdale and Dr. Dewey
each delivered two addresses before
the meetings.
t"'ifty couples D411ce Tango at Union.
Only fifty couples took 'advantage'of
the reinstatement of the abolished tan-
go at the Uinion membership dance
last night. As was announmced, five
dances were set aside for the tango
and most of the dancers took advan-
tage of the opportunity to indulge,
Woment's Glee Club Concert is Success
Mirth and good music predominated
at the annual concert of the women's
glee club at Barbour gymnasium last
night. The feature of the entertain-
mnent was the trio composed of Mer-
cedes de Goenega, '13, Elaine Shields,
'13, and Florence Middaugh, '15. Pleas-
ing interpretation~s of Chopin ai~
Moskowski, were presented by Eliza-
beth Rlohns, '16.
5'j,' Vrj FOR GE RMA N PLAY
TO GO ON SALE TOMORROW
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TW1O LCL(IIEEWRITE
FORALIAVCE :PUBLI IlON
L. K. Kao, '12, has been appointed
editor of "Notes and Comments" of the
Chinese Students' Monthly, the organI
of the Chinese Students' alliance. Hle
began his work with the April number,
wich has just appeared. Among oth-
er contributions, "The Responsibilities
of the Chinese Students," a speech de-
livered in Ann Arbor by director T. T.
NWang of the Chinese Educational Mis-
sion, is found in the issue. Seven pag-
es were devoted to the contribution of
T.. F. Hwang, '14L, editor of "Survey
of Home News."
"NO LIQUOR TO STUDENTS,"9
IS ULTIMATUM1 OF COU'NCIL'
(Continued from page 1.)
must be made. Chairman Sink stated
that he thought his committee was
ready~at any time to carry the matter
to the courts for decision. The law,
according to Prosecutor Burke, has
never been before the supreme court.
According to the city authoritiesa
notable decrease in drunkenness
among students has been observed in
the past year. Fewer arrests than
form~erly have been made, and on the
whole a better respect for law and
order exists among the present gen-
cration of students.

The
Theatre
Dawn Town on Main St.
FEATURE FILM
edneday,
April 3, 1913
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Frank Chance Day
Detroit, Saturday, May 1 0

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ADMISSION TEN CENTS
Watch for the Big Sign

Hlkuston'B ros.
150 Box Seats at $1«00
410 Reserved Seats at'$1.00
500P Seats at 75e

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make clothes for
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of man. You'll won-
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these ready clothes.

Seats for "Koepnickerstrasse 120," --
the German farce to be presented by R A INPREVEN1TS CONT'EST WITH
the Deutscher Verein, Friday, May' 9,_ GEORGIA TE -1
will go on sale tomorrow afternoon --
from 4;00 to 5:00 o'clock at Waher's (Continued from page 1.)
bookstore. er men have always acted thus.
The play affords an exececllent op- This week will see three battles
portunity for clever comedy effect and staged in Ann Arbor if the servant of
represents amusing aspects of real, J. Pluv. forgets his grouch. Kentucky
German life. As a farce of this nature, is slated for Tuesday and should prove
it is an innovation from ;some oz the' the easiest game of the week, if dope
more serious plays produced in the is worth anything. Pittsburg, an un-
past.known quantity, will perform Thuirs-

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SMINATIONS ARE MADE FOR
UNION OFFICES.
(Continued from page 1.)
President: Selden S. Dickinson, '13-
'15L, Louis F. H-aller, +'11-'14L, Karl J.
Mohr', '13-'15L.
Literary depar tmenut vice-president:
Cyril Quinn, '14, Robert Slurte- ant'14.,
Charles Webber, '14.
Engineering department vice-presi-
dent: Charles A.. Crowe, '14E, George
B. Duffield, '14E, Albert Fletcher, '14E.
Law department vice-president: Frank
Murphy, '12-'14L, Mack Ryan, '12-'14L,
Maurice Toulme, '12-'14L.
Medic department vice-president:
Carl Eberbach, '16M, Q.O.Gilbert,'14M,
Maurice Lohman, '15M.
Combined department vice-presi-
dent: S. Spencer Scott, '14P, Robert S.
Wdeson, '14H.
Recording secretary: Fred Gould,
'14,Werner Schroeder,'14,Edwin Thurs-
ton.'1'1L
Faculty advisors: H. M. Bates, 11I. C.,
Adams, Reuben Peterson.

'day, and it is probable that Sisler will W M NS
be saved for them. Saturday Case AW M NSI~ NI
is here, and this should be a good ALbrsvn
game, according to past performances. Lbrsvn
All of. Michigan's cripples are ex-
pected to be in shape for this trio of
games and a clean sweep is hoped for.
Baker and Sheehy are recovering from
their collision and will probably be on Blends eggs, cream, frosting, ma of
deck. Howard may be in shape to mu ih, cereals, mashed potatoes,. thi,
guard the first sack and it not, Sisler you desire to beat and, b'ev;d. Sent
will probably work there. According starnp for particulars. MA
to. present _dope Quaiutance will hurl
Tuesday,with Sisler and Baribeau sav- steps of his brother, eotering
ed for the last two contests. It isteuiest eaecnet hc
barely possible that Haddon may be
declared eligible and if so he may be4hewnuaiosy Lstemtrdcled
tried out in one of the games. he won the state contest. at Ypsilanti,
anud Friday evening was virltorious at
BLANCH AR{l BROTHERS the central interstate contest at Qosh-
WIN ORXTORY PRIZES. en, Indiana. He will therefore repre-
_______sent the cenitral states at the national
(Continued from page 1.) Peace conitest° at Lake Mohawk in May.,
ion has beeni rendered. Percival wilP$ Next year ;Paul plans to enter the
therefore represent the university at University contest, which his brother
the Northern Oratorical" League con- won this year. Hle has also been
test at Oberlin, Ohio this week end. elected president of the Y. M. C. A.:
Paul this year followed in the foot- for the coming year.

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