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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Today
The Chicago Tribune
says: "Emily Stevens is
the coming Moving Pict-
ure Star of America."

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"The House of Tears"

Engineering

Registration

Shown by

Curves

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that are obtainable, it was 1425. If
she continued at this rate of decrease
for another year Michigan has at the
present a total enrollment greatly in
excess of Cornell. From attempts
that have been made, it is understood
that Cornell authorities are loath to
give out registration figures.
Michigan Attracts Attention
That Michigan is attracting wide
attention among engineers through-
out the country because of her steep-
ly rising registration curve is shown
by the following quotation from the
article in question:
"The downward trend of the curves
for Illinois, Purdue, University of
gy, Pennsylvania States, Washington
are ccunterbalanced by the very sur-
prising curve for the, University of
Michigan and the good growths 'of
Massachusetts Institute of Technolo-
State and Minnesota and the 200-300
enrollment group."
Great In crease in Civil Engineering
Even more surprising than the
curve of total enrollment is the curve
of registration in civil engineering.
Here Michigan is not shown at all.
The purpose of the article, which was
written by a professor of civil engi-
neering at Purdue, was to show that
registration in civil engineering was
decreasing through the country. For
purposes of the article Michigan was
omitted because her registration
curve is going upwards at an angle
steeper than 45 degrees and this
would prove his argument erroneous.
In 1911 Michigan had an enrollment
in civil engineering of 175; by 1914
the number. had increased to 320, an
increase of nearly 100 per cent.
Curves showing this growth of the
civil engineering department will be
printed in The Daily as soon as the

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AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Whitney Theater -"Pagani-
Iii with George Arliss and Flor-
euce Aim-.
Majestic -Taudeville, "The
Four I Husbands7' musical com-
edy.
Orphemo- l1o-wig pictures.
Charles Cherry in "'the Mum-
my and the Humming Bird."
A r c a t e--roving pictures,
""he House of Tears," with
Emil Stevens.
ltac--Mo'ing pictures, Clara
iimball Young in "hearts in
Exile."

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semester en-

It. A. Yerington Rapidly Improving
R. A. Yerington, '15E, is rapidly
convalescing at the university hospital
from an operation for appendicitis.
performed in December.
Jl ohn Clarke Initiated Into Vulcans
John Clarke, '16E, was initiated into
the Vulcans at a dinner at the Union
,last rues.day evening.
"'TENTION STUDESi"
For quick MESSENGER CALL see
last ad on PACK OF TELEPHONE DI-
RECTORY. Phone 795. A.'17E.
CLOTHING
from the House of Kuppenheimer on
sale by N. F. Allen & Co., Main
street. wed-oed

Wind Damages Haggerty Buildhtg
Considerable damage resulted to the
building of the Haggerty Ladder com-
pany, on west Ferry Field, from the
storm and high wind Wednesday aft-
ernoon and evening. A portion of
the big roof was taken com-pletely off
and carried quite a considerable dis-
tance away.
Student Masons Confer First Degree
Craftsmen, the students' Masonic so-
ciety, will confer the first degree for
the Ann Arbor fraternity lodge, at the
Masonic Temple at 7:30 tonight. All
student Masons are invited to be pres-
ent.

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At The Theatres
At the Whitney
What is described as a series of de-
lightful characterizations contributes
plentifully to the delight of George
Arliss' latest Chicago success, "Paga-
nini." First there is the inimitable
characterization of Paganini by Mr.
Arliss himself. Not even in Disraeli
has this excellent actor's art risen to
higher planes. The role contributes,
it is said, comedy, pathos, and eccen-
tricity of humor. The mirth-provok-
ing Lord Strangford Edgar Kent also
contributes to the humor of the play.
An artistic piece of character work is
provided by St. Clair Bayfield, last
seen in Disraeli as the peacock pes-
tered gardener, and now in "Paga-
nini" as the unctuous butler of the
Dickens type at the old Ship Inn at
Dover. Florence Auer as the Italian
adventuress, Essex Dane as the con-
tract-lacking opera singer, and other
members of the cast, contribute worth-
ily to the success of Edward Knob-
lauch's latest play, which comes to the
Whitney theater tonight.
At the Miajestic
'The Four Husbands," one of the
latest musical comedy successes of
the season, was presented before a
capacity house at the Miajestic theatre
last night. The attracticn is one of
the best musical comedy productions
that has been presented at the local
playhouse. Almost every number was
encored.
The plot deals with the U'qrts of
a daughter of a rich resident of Flori-
da to compel a stranger to fall in love
with her. After rebuking the atten-
tions of the girl for some time, the
young man (Ralph Whitehead) finally
falls victim to her and loses a $10,000
(Continued on Page Six)
was ----.
Any one of the sixty-seven may put
his name in there, and feel guilty.
"Practical Killing Business of
War."-Our Dilly Daily.
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How would you prefer to be killed?
Practically or theoretically?
You try the former, and we'll .try
the latter.
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And compare notes!
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If you're In our vicinity!!

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The man who bumped into me at
Grangers the night before last, and
didn't even look an apologetic look

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