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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published every morning except
Monday during the university year.
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Fred Foulk..... ..... ..News Editor
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F M. Church..............Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofnan Arthur H. Torrey
James M. Barrett, Jr. E. Rodgers Sylvester
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1915.
Night Editor-Howard R, Marsh,
After the Glee club or the football
team returns from a successful trip,
it is usual to speak glowingly of the
alumni who have gladened the way-
for the members of the organization.
*And then it is just as usual to think
of the alumni, in this connection, as
comprising only those men who turned.
out loyally and rooted bombastically,
perhaps; giving some credit, of course,
to those who aided with guarantees,
in the case of a musical club's trip.
Little is thought of the alumnae.
As a matter of fact, Michigan's,
women graduates and former students,
scattered through the country, have
their university at heart fully as much
as have the alumni. They turn out
most enthusiastically for athletic con-
tests and concerts, particularly in re-a
mote parts, and their loyalty does not
end with the purchase of tickets or
the standing up for "The Yellow and
Blue." They have, in at least one. case,
financed such an event actively, and
their support, individually, of similar
functions is notable. The bonds which
connect a Michigan woman with her
alma mater seem to be no less sincere-
ly welded than those which are effect-
ive in making the graduates of thef
sterner sex throw their hats into the
air on the occasion of a football game.
Watch that pen,-it's now 1915.
"Bought and Paid For," one of the
most successful plays of recent years,
came to the Majestic theater last night.
The plot revealed the marital affairs of
a telephone girl and a millionaire, in
which the love element was a doubtful
factor until after he had driven her
from his home by wounding her pride
with charges of mercenary motives.
The acting in the local production did
not seem to promise a Broadway ca-
reer for any members of the company.
Featuring a "Modern Ball-Room Soi-
ree," with her entire company in mod-
ern evening dress and in a setting
which is an exact reproduction of the
Fanous Savoy hotel ballroom at Lon-
don, Anna Pavlowa and her ballet dan-
cers will present a program tonight,
which the Whitney theater manage-
ment promises to be the best of its
kind ever presented in America, until
this season. The "premier danseuse"
is bringing with her for this perform-
ance a larger organization of dancers
than accompanied her in her two pre-
vious American tours, and one which
she believes is the most capable ever
seen. outside of Europe. As on other
occasions, there will be a complete
symphony orchestra with the company,
under the able direction of Theodore
Stier, the celebrated London musical
Among the new members of Mlle.
Pavlowa's company is M. Ivan Clus-
tine, director of the ballet, for many
years "premier danseur classique" at
the St. Petersburg Imperial opera.
Pavlowa will be seen with her new
partner M. Clustine in the Interpre-
tation of three new dances she origi-
nated last summer, the "Pavlowana,"
the "Pavlowa Waltz" and the "Gavotte
Bills, owed by the Vocational confer-
ence committee should be presented to
Arie Van Dusen, '16, at once.
Tickets for the closing luncheon, to
be served at 12:15 o'clock Saturday,
may be obtained by senior women
from Marguerite Haag, '15.
- * * *
Dean Myra B. Jordan goes to Detroit
tomorrow for a meeting of Detroit
Collegiate Alumnae, at which she will
There will be no Women's League
party this afternoon.
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There cannot be so much war enmi-
ty locally, when Russian dancers can
appear in a pro-German community.
The Harvard men may have imag-
ined the Michigan club was singing
"A Hole Picking Mahan," in Detroit.
The natural vocation of woman
seems to be overlooked in this voca-
tional conference now astir.
Anyway,- the weather Ann Arbor is
having now gets one in training for
Way over across the seas, it's a
"scrappy New Year."
It was a human professor who bolted
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Louise Markley, '15, author of last
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has been obliged to leave college be-
cause of ill health. Her successor on
the committee will be appointed short-
"Mary Gray," Oh "Mary Gray," I rue
the day I first set eyes upon you. Re-
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attraction with the ALL-GIRL-SHOW
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Notwithstanding the cold and the
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during the last two weeks. The exte-
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and it is expected that the next three
weeks will see the end of practically
all the outside work on the building.
Material for the extensive terra cotta
cornices is nearly all on the ground
and the work of setting them up will
start next week. .
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MONEY-RAISING SALE-All Cloth.
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