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Theory, and
All Branches of Music

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- Ifenry Dake, president of the fresh-
man engineering class, was operated
on for adenoids at his home in Grand
Rapids, during the Christmas vacation.
H is condition is steadilytimproving,
and he is expected to return to th
university in a short time.
-Prof. . G. Confid, Prof. M. Levil
and Mr. H. V. Wan, all of th Freni.
faculty, went to Detroit-last igtto Y
attend the lecture of the noted French
playwright, Eugene Briux, who spoke
there in the evening on, "How to Make
a Play." A few French students of the
university also heard the address last
night.
-Dean Victor C. Vaughan's article,
"The Hilltop Tragedy" which appear-
ed in the last issue of "Public Health,"
has aroused so much comment in med-
ical and health circles, that a second
edition of that magazine is now being
printed. Dean Vaughan, in accord-
ance with a request from a Polish pub-
lication, will have the article trans-
lated into the Polish language.
-C. E. Chappell, who graduated from
the engineering department in 1908,
has recently been appointed city man-
ager, finder the commission form of
government in Jackson. Chappell took
office January 1.
An i"yArborwil be the sene of the
twenty-sixth annual convention of the
American Institute of Dental Teachers,
for the three days beginning January
26. The meeting will be attended by
prominent members of the profession
from all parts of the country, and the
papers read will embrace all phases
of the work of the dentist.
-Contestants in the bridge tourney
will meet for the third round at 7:30
o'clock tonight at the Union. Eugene
R. McCall, '16L, who heads the organ-
ization, will keep the lists open for
any who still wish to join, with the
opportunity of making up for lost
rounds.
-- Leo T11. aggy, ' iE, is in the homeno-
pathic hospital suffering from an in-
jury to his hand, sustained when the
cap of a compresssd air valve blew off
in the engineering shops on Tuesday.
He will probably be discharged from
the hospital soon, as his condition is
much improved.
-R. K. nme, of the oratory depart-
ment, will give a reading of "The Ser-
vant in the House" at Holly tomorrow
night, under the auspices of the uni-
versity extension service.
-l1 connectironwith the regular par-
ty of the Hobart guild of the Episco-
pal church, the society will hold a
sleigh ride party at 7:30 o'clock to-
night. Should weather conditions for-
bid the holding of the sleigh ride, the
regular dancing party will be held at
8:00 o'clock at Harris hall.
-Only a few of the pictures of the
candidates enrolled with the appoint-
ment committee have come in to the
office up to date. The appointment
committee is very anxious for those
who have not already turned in their
pictures, to do so as soon as possible.
--X-ray examination of the leg of W.
E. Fitch, '17, who was injured while
coasting last Sunday night, failed to
disclose a fracture as was first feared.
Although his leg,was badly injured in
the accident, Fitch has been able to
leave the homeopathic hospital where
he has been confined.
--As a finale to the seasons' activities
of the Round-Up club, the society will
hold the last dance of the semester at

the armory tonight. Dancig will be-
gin at 0:00 o'clock.

Specialties better

line of Students' supplies.
THE DELTA
and Packard
THEE Thursday Night
This is not a Moving Picture
AMERICA'S FOREMOST ACTER
W' n NSupported by
W-Mis Margaret Moreland
'V R-SAY -DI XE'A frical Comedy

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F. L. HALL, 514
Phone 2'
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--u - --' ---DE Te. 35- .0
Cod~aqek a,4d Ges Pres at
'BE STOIY OF ThE ROSARY"
ALUMNUS VOICES DEMAND FOR
1 fNlVERSlTY TRAINING SCHOOL
Annuary issue Also Points Out Need
of A ddition to Library at
Michigan
Pointing out the urgent need of an
extensive addition to the general li-
brary, the necessity for increasing its
effectiveness, and the equally strong
and important demand for a model
training school, the January issue of
the Michigan Alumnus was sent out
yesterday.
The Alumnus contained many cuts
of scenes about the campus, including
a full page cut of the large brick and
iron gate at the entrance to Ferry field,
Ann Arbor's Christmas tree, and a
scene of the campus in mid-winter.
The degree of temperance now prac-
ticed by the students, and Harvard's
failure to give Michigan a place on
her schedule next fall, are commented
upon. A chart showing the growth in
attendance at the university, which
graphically shows the increase in the
last 10 years, is given.
Tentative plans of the New York
alumni to form a "One Per Cent" club,
the members of which will bequest one
per cent of their estates to the uni-
versity in their wills, are given in
full, as is the copy of the resolutions
adopted by the committee in charge.
ANTARCTIC EXPLORER TO GIVE
IL JLUSTR AT ED SPEECH FEB. 12
Lecture By Australian Professor Has
Recommendaton of Ernest
Shackelton
Sir Douglas Mawson, commander of
the recent antarctic expedition, and
professor of geology in the University
of Sydney, Australia, will give an il-
lustrated lecture on the polar expedi-
tion in Hill auditorium on February
12. Sir Douglas will bring' with him
a collection of lantern slides and mo-
tion pictures taken in the polar re-
gions, which Ernest Shackelton, the
noted explorer, and Radclyffe Dug-
more, the famous photographer, claim
are almost perfect.
The lecture will be given before the
NationaltGeographic society in Wash-
ington tonight, and tomorrow Dr.
Mawson begins a lecture tour which
will include practically every city of
importance in the United States.
Speaking of Mawson's recent sledge
journey, Sir ErnestrShackelton says,
"It has been a march that has shown
once more to the world that men are
capable of enduring and working
against terrible odds, without thoughts
of surrender." Of the lecture Shackel-
ton says, "In the wonderful story and
the marvelous pictures, both still and
moving, you will have a lecturer and
a subject that will enthrall the great
republic and inspire the people of the
United States."
Officials No Longer Fear Epidemic
Health service officials are pleased
with the results of the campaign to
prevent a smallpox epidemic, and be-
lieve that any danger' of a spread of
the malady will be over by the end
of this week.
Songs Feature '17 Lit Smoker Program
L. J. Seanlon, '16, with several
comic songs, and the soph engineer

quintette, composed of E. K. Marshall,
I). 13. Gardner, H. Whittingham, Ray
Day and H. R. Scovill, featured the
soph lit smoker at the Michigan Un-
ion last night. Short talks by Captain
Smith, of the track team, and P. W.
Ivey, instructor in economics, com-
pleted the program.

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"Winona Witer"

Freshman College Teaches Many Things Junior
ALSO But the Best Is ALSO
CANDIES the LunchesM CIARS
Sophomore AT "POP BANCROFTIS" 722 Man oe Sensor

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New Ice

"The Little Cheer-Up Girl"
Former star of "The Golden Girl"-and also has been leading-woman with
Julian Eltinge in the "Fascinating Widow" with Sam Bernard in "He came
from Milwaukee" and as the star of "The Little Cherub" and other
Broadway Successes.
The Parshleys Ceo. W. Day & Co.
America's Foremost Instrumentalists Comedy Sketch Entitled "In Dutch"
Burt Jordan & Lillian Doherty FR[AR-BAGGET T & FREAR
In Eccentric Capers The Acme of Velocity

.-: Ladies Souvenir Matinee Today

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NOW-PLAYINC A DAILY-MATINEE
AT 7:30 & 9:00
FRID Y-SA URD YNIG S T Daily Nlatlvee
The Management of the "Majestic" begs to announce an
Extraordinary Engag ment of Vaudeville's Most
Talented and Highest Salaried Artist

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Corner Hill

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at $2.00 - - BALANCE 490 at $1.50
$1.00, Last 5 rows 181, at 75c. GALLERY 50c.
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MONEY-RAISING SALE-All Cloth-
ing, Balnaeaans, Overcoats, Suits,
Men's Furnishing Goods and Hats at
Sacrifice Prices.
ALLEN'S' GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street.

ieal Instruments of Every
., Victrolas, and Edison Di-f
c Machines, go to SCHAE-
SON MUSIC HOUSE, Main
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Mazda lamps at Switzer's,
tf

i We have secured the services of Mr.
Victor Allmendinger who has a rep-
utation of being a first class Piano
Tuner and Regulator: We can guaran-
tee satisfaction. Phone 1707 Grinnell
Bros., 120 and 122 E. Liberty St.

STUDENTS WANTED
MOTION PICTURE COMPANIES
EAGER TO PAY BIG MONEY FOR
GOOD PLOTS-FINE OPPOR-
TUNITY FOR STUDENTS TO EARN
MONEY IN SPARE TIME.
With 30,000 theaters needing new
films daily the demand for photoplay
plots has been greater than the supply.
Consequently many photoplays of me-
diocre quality are produed because the
producers cannot get enough plats that
are worthwhile." Good prices are paid
for acceptable ideas. One reel plays
bring from $25 to $50. Two and three
reel plays paid for in Proportion.
Photoplay writing is easier than
writing stories and requires only
knowledge of proper forms to follow
in arranging your scenes into a scena-
rio, etc. We have arranged our com-
plete instructions in simple form un-
der the title "PHOTOPLAY WRIT-
ING MADE EASY." This includes all
the information you need to write pho-
toplays and enables you to earn lots of
money by a few hours easy work each,
week. Don't wait, but make use of
your spare time from now on. Send
one dollar for the set of instructions
complete,.full information how to
write photoplays, "Practical Helps,"
and list of producing companies in the
market for photoplays. List of buy-
ers for your plots sent separate for
twenty-five cents. National Photophay
Association, Chamber of Commerce
Bldg., Detroit, Michi.

WHITNEY
:: THEATRE
Monday Night Only
January 18
A. H. WOODS, Presents
The World's Greatest Laughi g Success
AND
Per/mu"t 4t t-er
AN UP-TO-DATE GARMENT IN THREE PIECES
Made by Our Special Designer from
Material in the Famous'
Saturday Eye. Post Stories
By MONTAGUE GLASS
Trimmed with a Thousand Laughs and
Guaranteed to Fit All Sines and Ages
Direct from its Remarkable Run
of Two Years at the George M.
Cohan Theatre, New York.
PRICES
MAIN FLOOR
ENTIRE LOWER FLOOR,592 Seats - - $1.50
BALCONY
FIRST 8 ROWS, 236 Seats - - - - 1.00
LAST 5 ROWS, 181 Seats - - - .75c
GALLERY- -- -------

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Goldman's Friday Cleaning "Special"
ies' Coats, any color,, euiul
Beautifully Cleaned Friday only
iy length, or and Pressed
ies' Skirt and Jacket
Regular Price $1.50
This Special Price, only it accompanied by this ad.

1890 and 1891.

We Call For and Deliver. Main Office: 220 South State Street
Cleaning Factory: 609 E. Liberty

Seats on Sale Friday
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