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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WHIT EYT TEAT EFEB72e
Not a Moving Picture Play
"We had almost forgotten what great acting in the theatre was but
Faversham brought it to us again."--Chicago Herald
The Greatest Success of Faversham's Career
Direct from His Chicago Triumph
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The Perfect Dance Oxford

Its a Featherweight.
Soft Juniper Sole Tanage.
Fits Like a Glove.
Try It On. Is All We Ask.

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115 S. MAIN ST.
Photographical Expert
If its a difficult technical job. see him
about it.
SW1 iAP. S. He began to use a camera, an
-3Uv Ae- 8x10 outfit, in April 1890.
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served piping hot from the oven. At least one hour's
notice necessary for this unseasonable delicacy
IN G MAY BE INDULGED IN AT ANY
DAN TIME EXCEPT SUNDAY
DELTA CAFE
''Art is long, life is short "
N. B. - Reservations may be made for our SPECIAL FIFTY CENT
SUNDAY EVENING LUNCHEON one week in advance.
There are only a few days left for Seniors to get
Michig anensian Portraits
Do not wait until the last minutej
DAINES & NICKELS
The Only Studio on the Campus

TRAIN KILLS BRYANT, 18
(Continued from Page One)
the train started on for Ann Arbor.
Fail to See Passenger Train
"We came along the big bend in
the track, and saw the freight train
ahead of us, so we went onto the
other track. I was outside the rails,
and I guess Lumsden must have been
too, for the train only hit him in the
arm and side. Bryant was walking on
the rail, though. The freight made
such a noise that we had no idea there
was another train near."
"Lumsden was about 10 feet be-
hind me, and Bryant was about the
same distance ahead. The long freight
was making such a noise that we
couldn't hear a thing. Suddenly there
was a hiss of escaping steam, and I
threw myself to the ground beside
the' track. Just as I did so, the pas-
senger shot by, and I saw it. pick up
Bryant, who had been walking on the
rail, and carry him about a hundred
feet.
"Lumsden waslying flat on the
ground when I got to my fect. I went
to him and thought he was dead, so
I ran up to where Bryant was. He
was moving a little and so I stayed
by him, while the train came to a
stop and began to back up."
"Bryant had a broken neck, a broken
leg, and somecinternal injuries," said
Jones, "and I can't understand how he
lived as long as he did. I thought
all the time it was Lumsden who was
going to die."
Owing to the absence of Coroner S.
W. Burchfield, the inquest will be
slightly delayed, but it is believed tiat
since the students were evidently tres-
passing on railroad property, the
Michigan Central will re absolved of
all blame.
UNiVERSI'iY PRESENTED
WITi VAUGHA 1PORTRAIT
(Continued from Page One)
the dean
This portrait is the gift of friends
of Dean Vaughan. The movement to
have such a wrk done was begun last
June. Mr. Melehers was at that time I
in Germany, but work on the portrait
was begun (n his return to this coun-
try, which occurred in October. As
an innovation in such matters, a nine
by eleven, inch photogravure of the
portrait will be presented to every
suscriber. Doctor Vaughan has just
completed his fortieth year as a mem-1
ber of the faculty of the medical schoo,
and his twenty-fifth year as its dean.

Matinees
Tuesday and

In
OMAR the TENTMAKER
ARCADE
Shows at 3:oo, 6:30. 8:00, 9:30
Wed. 23-Robert Warwick in "The Fruits
of Desire." World
Thurs. 24.-"David Copperfield." Rep
worth. Given by Ladies Aid Society
ist Cong, Church.
Fri. 25-Francis Y. Bushman and Beverly
Bayne in'""Van and His Soul." Metro
Orpheum Theatre
FAMOUS STARS IN FAMOUS PLAYS
Matinees, 2:00, 3:15 T vening, 6:45, 8:oa
9:15 Saturdays. Holidays Continuous
Wed. 23-Geraldine .Farrar in Carmen
Rebooked.
Thurs. Fri.-24-2-Denman Thompson
in The, Old Homestead.
Sat. 20i Willard Mack in Aloha O. E.
Triangle Comedy, for Matinee only.

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r Before a 6 Vonteers
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oristridhin Troupe ' The 3 Vagrants
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The Explorer who DIscovered the No th Pole
Hear Him Tell the Truth

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Limited to 60 Couple
Here It Is
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(Coi il uhled front Page One)
'16E, Dean J. Del3utts, '18E, Geo. W.
Hurley, '16-'11L, Harry Leslie, '17.
V. J. Hogan, '18, G. W. Emery, '18, and
extras. Under direction of J. A. Heist,
V1. Harp Solo Selected
W. T. Netter
VIl. "Shot at Sunrise," or "Forty
Yards of Trenches."
By Leon M. Cunningham
Characiirs (as they appear),
7 -Pibald, a Ha'vard product and a
sentry.......... Morrison Wood
2-The Dean, with a German accent
and a swordl... L. M. Cunningham
Anna Belle, who comes to plead,
Henryetta Brandebery
--The Editor of the Michigan Daily
Arthur Adams
Category: A Burlesque Fallacy.
Time: Near Future: Place, Some
Dean's oflice (?). Costumes: Fit well!
In nothing else, very military, and with
specially designed sword. Cast: de-
ranged. Scenery: Nutty, with pictures
on wall to fit. Moral: Beautiful. Au-
thor: Deaf. Music: Some, but acci-
dental.
VIII. The Comeback
Waldo Fellows, '14, with C. H. Mc-
... ...-.Carthy at the piano z z
IX. a "The Victors."
b "The Yellow and Gold.'

SALE OF TI('I{:TS FORi UNION
OPERA TO BGIN TODAY
(Con inued froi Pag( One)
can be procured for a single perform-
ance or spread out over the remaining
performances. The securing of slips
at the Michigan Union desk is essen-
tial and beneficial to those who are
either life members or yearly mem-
bers of the Union.
Life members can secure their tick-
ets on Friday from 9:00 to 12:00
o'clock and from 2:00 to 5:00 o'clock;
and on Saturday from 9:00 to 12:00
o'clock. Each life member will be
mailed a slip which is to be brought
to the Union at 9:00 o'clock Wednes-
day, where the slips will be num-
bered in the order in which they come
in, and in which order applicants will
be able to secure their seats.
Yearly members can secure their
tickets on Saturday from 2:00 to 5:00
o'clock; Monday, 9:00 to 12:00 o'clock,
and 2:00 to 5:00 o'clock, and on Tues-
dey from 9:00 to 12:00 o'clock. On
Thursday at 9:00 o'clock, yearly mem-
bers can secure slips at the Union
desk entitling them to buy tickets ac-
cording to the number of their slips.
Women of the University can secure
tickets on Tuesday of next week from
2:00- to 5:00 o'clock.
On Wednesday of next week from
9:00 to 5:00 o'clock, the sale will be
opened to the general public.

DR. FREDERICK A. COOK
wiho diseowered the North Ple ill be
at the
MAJESTIC-THURSDAY
MATINEE AND NtI'T
A BIG VAUI)EVILLE BILL, TOO
.JAPANESE FLEET REPORTED
TO BE IN MEDITERRANEAN
(Continued from Page One)
bombardmbent. Seven officers and 319
men were taken prisoners by the Ger-
mans according to the Berlin state-.
ment.
Arabs Harass British in Egypt
London, Feb. 22.--A German war of-
fice statement received here tonight re-
ports that rebel Arabs were captured
from the British at three places on
the western frontier of Egypn, name-
ly, Sivas, Soltum, and Said Zerac. The
appearance of the Arabs on this front
is taken here as a renewal of the cam-
paign of the Arab bands who, about
two months ago, took the important
seaport of aMrsa Macruh, 150 miles
west of Alexandria, but who were
later thrown back over the frontier
by the British.
utiny Distprbs Austrians in Albania I
Rome, Feb. 22.-The Germans have I
expelled the American Red.Cross mis-
sion from Serbia. The Austrians have
entrenched themselves at Kroia and
are not advancing against Durazzo,
partly as the result of a mutiny of.
Hungarian and Bosnian regiments
which was quelled by Maxim gun fire,
and partly owing to lack of coopera-
tion of the Albanians who refused to1
fight unless they were paid beforehand.

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SHAKESPEAREAN FESTIVAL
Whiteyh Theatre
Feb. 23-24 Mat. Thur.
Special Engagement of the elui-
nent Actor
E. KELLERO
and a capable Company of Play-
ers in complete productions of
Shakespeare's
HAMLET Wednesday Night
MERCHANT OF VENICE Thurs. Mat,
MACBETH - - Thursday Night
This being Shakespeare's 300Th
Anniversary the engagement is
tiely, as Mr. Kellerd holds the
recorJ run of Hamlet ever ac-
credited an actor.
Prices:-
. Mlat., 2 -l,-0>no
Sead Satle Feb. 21st
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is always Gentlemanly, Courteous
and Prompt. Starx 2255. tf
OVERCOATS
and rain coats from the house of Kup-
penhelmer, on sale by N. F. Allen Co.,.
Main St.

REAR-ADMIRAL hUBERT E. PEARY
The faimous explorer and officer, who will speak this evening in Hill au-t
ditorimn at the "Preparedness' lectu'e gvel ninder the auspices of the
local National -Security league branch.

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