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Swimming has been made a major
sport, with basketball, hockey and
baseball, by the Women's athletic as-
sociation of the University of Chicago.
Indiana's band has been furnished
with olive drab military overcoats sim-
ilar to those worn by the regular ar-
SAI URDAV, NOV. 28
" The Thread. of Destiny"
ieeza Liar; Natnrallst.
Mon. and Tues. Nov. 30, Dec. 1
Charles Richmond, in "The
Man from Home"
Wed. Dec. 2. One Day Only.
Charles A. Stevenson, in
"Shore Acres" by J. A. iearn
PHON MAJESTIC THEATRE O
WHERE EVERYBODY COES
Friday, Saturday, Nov. 27, 28
"eBaby Helen" Maxwell Holden
Sensational Juvenile "The Shadowgraphist"
Archer & Crr Two Carlctons
Musical Sketch The N o n c h a l a n t
"The Fortune Teller" A c r o b at s
MR. & MRS. JAS. LEONARD with RICH. ANDERSON
InG EO. BERNARD SHAW'S (based)
CAESER & CLEOPATRA "TITLED" "WHEN CAESER C'S HER"
Coming "Carter" The Great American Magician
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Texas University is evidently out
for bear, having challenged both the
Universities of Michigan and Illinois
to post-season football games. A game
with Michigan would have given the
Lone Star team a standard of compar-
ison with the East and one with Illi-
ncis a line on the Conference situa-
tion. Texas has offered inducements
to Nebraska and Vanderbilt for games
Alpha Delta Phi fraternity at the
University of Chicago, has ordered
A student writing to the Oberlin
Review suggests that members of the
faculty be graded according to their
efficiency and past performances in.
the same manner as students are grad-
ed, so that students may know, when
they choose a course, whether they are
wasting their time.
BROADWAY AND JOHN R.
-where the U. of M. spirit
is manifest and "M" men -are
taken care of. -.' Go to The
Edelweiss for your luncheon
when in Detroit, Soc. Also for
your Dinner or after the-
theatre Supper. And we make
a specialty of U. of M. Ban-
quets. Dancing from 6 to 8:30
and 10 to 12:30. Delightful
music--orchestral and voice.
Cuisine unexcelled, and Ser-
vice the best. A royal wel-
come awaits "M" men at any
hour of the day or night at
JACOB MACK, Manager
F. L. HALL, 514 E. William I ICnajeg; GARRICK i tis*,o
Phone 2226 DETROIT
EMMA TRENTINI and CLIFTON CRAWFORD
PRESSIN Goods Called For i In the Musical Comedy-
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NO LOSS BY FIRE"THE PEASANT GIRL"
The DE R BYs.as.n
IS HERE NOW
We have the latest shapes in un-
surpassed qualities and we shape them
to fit- your head- perfectly. without
h Folk PlayersI
heir great m
"'Bob' Zuppke, the former Wisconsin,
who never made first string varsity,
Is responsible for Illinois headline po-
sition in the conference standing."-'
The Oberlin Review.
Arthur Logan, a barber of Columbia,
Mo., disappeared with $233 in stakes
placed with him on the Missouri-Kean-
Harvard University} this week,, pub-'
lished for the first time an honor list
of candidates for admission who did"
especially well in their entrance ex-
aminations, according to plans decided!
upon last June. Classified by schools'
the standing is as follows; Country'
Day school, Phillips Exeter, Cambridge
High and Latin school, Boston Latin'
school, Boston English high school,
St. Marrs Groton..
Dr. Clarence S. Fisher, curator of
the Egyptian section of the museum
of the University of Pennsylvania, is
head of an exploring expedition which
that university is sending to Egypt.
The party will go to London first for
equipment and then to Cairo. While
leading a Harvard-Boston Museum ex-
pedition, Dr. Fisher uncovered the
oldest pyramid, that of Kha Be, of the
Williams fraternities started their
first d'eferred rushing season, last
Monday. Invitations were sent through
I '- -
an executive committee, Friday, and
answered Saturday. Rushing contin-
ued until dinner, Friday.
See Ours Before You Buy.
FACTORY HAT STORE
118 East Huron Street
ic, folk dances1
lling and Ferd.
In a paper read at a meeting of the
Association of American Universities,
President Lowell of Harvard suggest-
ed a two years'undergraduate course
and a two years' graduate course for
the future business men of the coun-
try, in place of the four years general
Celebration of the 80th birthday of
Henry Lee Higgenson,- Harvard, '55,
donor of the Harvard Union and Sol-
diers Field, ywes held -last Monday in
the Harvard Union. '
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Four bands which are composed of the.
boys from various localities will play.
This will be one of the most novel
parades which the people of Ann Ar-
bor have ever seen, and it is expected
that a large number of persons will
line the streets over which the parade
will pass. *
CAMPUSBOOTERY Bostonian FootwearI
3OS South State Street ROYAL TAILORED CLOTHES
We iron silk hats and
do all kinds of
Blocking, New Bands,
Near Allenel Hotel
Irst four rows Balcony
W. W. MANN, Prop
e Whitney, Theatre
deemed inconsistent with perfection.
On the other hand, if we may take
the words of Professor Van Tyne at
the Penn mass meeting, in the serious-
ness which he spoke them, as a body,
we certainly have no reason to be
ashamed of ourselves.
At any rate, whether or not we be
worthy prototypes for the prospective
university men, who are visiting us
now, let us be what we are. Stop cig-
arette smokihg if -the reform is sin-
cere. If no pernanent abstinence is
intended, let us continue our use of
tobacco. Hypocrisy is worse than nic-
The university and its men need
cause no blushes. But, even should
some parents take exception to our
ways, it is much better that those par-
ents should refuse to send their chil-
dren to this institution, than that we
should obtain their attendance by as
suming a mask of model behavior. If
the legislature does not already be-
lieve in our efficiency as a "moral
force," let us not justify their belief
by becoming moral criminals, in ob-
taining money under false pretenses.
BRUCE WOODBURY, '16E.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
The judiciary council of the Wom-
en's League requests that unnecessary
talking in the main library be dispens-
ed with, and ,asks the cooperation of
the honorary societies in working to-
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Detroit did not see all the demon-
strations over our magnificent defeat
of Cornell. Ann Arbor had her share
of the jubilee last night, and the en-
thusiasm displayed was even greater
thanthat of our victory over Harvard
in baseball in 1891.
At 7:30 o'clock a wild crowd of 3,000
persons had assembled in University
Hall. Dr. de Nancrede presided at
the meeting, and called upon President
Angell.' The President congratulated.
the boys on the victory achieved, and
spoke of its importance.
The social event of the year, and a
great musical event in the history of
great musical happening in the history;
of the university will be the dedication
ersity Hall, December 14. The oc-j
casion will be more than a local af-'
fair as prominent society people will
attend from Detroit and all parts of
The junior lits won ' this season's
inter-class football championship Fri-
day afternoon, defeating the senior
laws by .a score of 4-0.
Tomorrow the football team, and
doubtless a good crowd of followers,
leaves at noon for Chicago where the
team winds up its season, Thanksgiv-
ing day, with a game with Chicago
University. It is not yet certain what
men will play, but the team will prob-
ably be the same as in the Cornell
game. Nearly all the men at the train-
ing table will be taken on the trip.
Menorah Society to Discuss World War
Menorah society, which will meet to-
morrow night at 8:00 o'clock in New-
berry hall, has adopted for discussion,
the topic, "The War and Its Influence
upon Jewish Culture." Maurice Wein-
berger, '16L, will address the members
with a resume and interpretation of
Zangwill's appeal to the Jews of the
world. Aaron H. Weinstein, '17E, will
also speak on, "The Jew and Militar-
ism." The society invites all interest-
ed to attend.
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