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THE MICHI1GAN ljAL Y

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Arcade
Theatre

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DAVID

C PPERFIELD

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Dicken's Masterpiece with Wonderful English Scenery
7 Parts

TODAY
ONLY
10cents

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Social Worker on
Vespers Prograr
Pominent Y. W. C. A. Workers Speaki
at Fneulty Teai lDuriine
Jubilee Week
Owing to the unexpected illness ofx
Miss Leslie Blanchard, who was to
have spoken at the vesper service in
Newberry hall, Wednesday afternoon,
Miss Jessie Field of New York City.
spoke in her place, on "A College
Girl's Responsibility to Her Commun-!
ity." Several musical numbers were
turnishedl by the Sinfonia Glee club.
Miss Field has been engaged in an
interesting branch of the Young-
Women's Christian association work
during the past three years, that of
county organization work. Recently HE LE EL- 'I
she collaborated with Scott Nearing of c M & athe Sr o o th Band Bounce
Philadelphia in the authorship of a I_________________
book on rural sociology.
Several other prominent Y. W. C. A. qTIIHNI II

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(AEO)RG E OLSEN, '17
ii "All Campus Revue" Tonight
C, ADAMS TELLS Of
CODITIONS IN CHINA
aks of Considerable Uneasiness
Prevailing at Present Time;
Stability Lacking
'rof. Henry C. Adams, of the eco-
nics department, who has recently
irned from China, in response to a
stion concerning the present po-
cal situation in that country, said:
ere is considerable uneasiness in
na at the present time, but more
servative opinions seem to be in
>r of giving support to the present
ernment. What China needs is
bility and an opportunity to de-
op industrially."
n connection with his special mis-
i of institjting a system of railroad
ounting in China, Professor Adams
w up the first report on Chinese
roads, that has ever been pub-
Led,
.e gives an. enthusiastic report of
receptions tendered him by former
erican students both in China and
rarious points tlong his route. In
in he attended a dinner given by
Association of Returned College
lents, at which 150 were present.
IMNAE PLAN TO BUILD
kN INFIRMARY FOR WOMEN

workers have been in Ann Arbor dur-
ing the past few days for the teas
which have been a feature of the ju_ IVI iJIufMJVL
bilee celebration of the week. Mrs._
Robert Scott and Mrs. Irwin Rew, of Advanced Pupils in Piiauo, Voice and
Chicago, members of the central field Violin Will Be o P(gram; obi-
committee, spoke at the faculty tea, erick lMclonald to Appear
Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Rew is also
a trustee of Wellesley college. Miss A mubicstudents' recital will be

Mary Corbett, a Michigan graduate,
and Mrs. H. Adams, industrial secre-;
tary, Y. W. C. A., were also guests of
honor.
ECHOES FROM THE CONFERENCE'
"I want to go back to Michigan,
To that dear Ann Arbor town."
This is flip sonz that the Minnesota

given at the University School of Mu-
sic tomorrow afternoon at 4:15 o'clock
by advanced students of the piano,
voice, and violin departments.
Mr. Roderick McDonald,. the blind
young roan whose remarkable work
has created nuch favorable comment
imong his instructors, will appear on
the program.
I The general public is cordially in-
vited to attend.
The program in full follows:

THE PIT
j lack as the Pit
From Pole to Pole"
t y out one prayer for e twit'
t:y coi'tedlis
Tink but one thought of me up in
the stars.
T he summer night waneth, the morn-
ng light slips,
'n ut and grey 'twixt the leaves of
the aspen, betwixt the cloud-bars
::at a.e patiently waiting there for
the dawn:
k'a.ie'l and culorlesthough Heav-
en's gold
Si i sto flat through them along with
the sun.
a ;r out in tie meadows, above the
young corn,
The hea y elms wait, and restless
and cold
The uneasy wind rises; the roses are
du;
'urongh the long twilight they pray
for the dawn,
Round the lone house in the midst of
the corn.
j 'peak but one word for me over the
corn,
Over the tender, bowed locks of the
corn.
--William Morris.
S* * *
At the Band Bounce, the Girls' Glee
Club will appear in k-k-k-- but we're
too embarrassed to say it!
Speaking of the "Dum-Dum Myth,"
we hope the Daily is not indirectly
referring to some of the songs which
are to appear in the Opera.
An. k.
And speaking of the word-isn't
"Opera" a term that carries a meaning
ar removed from the actual thing that
students are permitted to gaze upon?
Possibly the connection lies in the ap-
plause-which appears in both concep-
tions of the word.
We suggest that certain Coo-eds,
ow-geds, or Coods cut out the name of
this year's-er-Opera, and paste it
on the mirror of their dressing table.
But maidens must blush, y'know.
And now someone advertises, in
black-face type, the sale of the orig-
inal Burton edition of the Arabian
Nights. We wonder how many fresh-
men flunked in the house of the ad-
vertiser. There's always a reason.
In the Engineering School
Prof.: Mr. Jones, did you do your sur-
i e~ iug yesterday?
ones: No, sir. I went there, but
Iound that I had come out without my
pipe.
Prof.: You're excused.
Another Ges
'What gives a woman all her sense?
Intuition!
What is a woman's great defense?

Intuition!
With what is every woman blessed
To make her reign o'er all the rest?
With what can mere man ne'er contest?
Intuition!
Caesar had his Brutus.
Columbia and .Barnard have theI
"Challenge."
And Michigan-and Michigan--
(Voices in rear-"Yes, yes. Go on!")
And Michigan has THE PIT!!!?
By Gee.
P'atron ize Daily Ad iertizers. **

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Opera Star at bill ,udltiiunm Tonight

At The Theaters

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II'ALTH REPRESENTATIVES
E1LECT 1'OFFICE1RSTONIGHtT
Election of officers of the health
service representatives will take place
at the health service building at 7:30
this evening. This is the first meet-
ing of the body this year and it is
urged that each club house and fra-
ternity send one representative. The
purpose of these meetings is to in-
struct a large body of men in. hygiene
through the spreading of knowledge
by the comparatively smaller number
who attend them.
DR. FREDERICK A. COOK
who discovered the North Pole will be
at the
MAJESTIC-THURSDAY
3MATINEE AND NIGHT
A BIG VAUDEVILLE BILL, TOO

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1111b l tLIU 54' gUflaL IU VIII1 k~atfaArabesques ................ Debussy
alumni sang at their banquet at the , lna Swigart
lining hall, University farm, on Feb-!Concerto, ajor.... ....Mozart
'uary 18. First movement
Otto S. Zelner, '05E, in a footnote Lucy Cannon
:o the program says, "This is the fa- Die Lotusblume ). ........Schumann
'orite song at the alumni banquets. olksliedchen )
Phey have been singing it up here * Mrs. Grace W. Rather
>ver since Minnesota played its last Sonata, Op. 13 ..............Beethoven
ootball game in Ann Arbor, in the ' irst mo1o.emaent.
all of 1910. The students sing it at Roderi k lvaDonal
a great many mass meetings." Romn1ce,. E 11111'............. .Sindina'
Lucy (Cannon

BONWIT TELLER &CO
g7~c Sa/4, r cc"/fOr xr'a~in
FIFTH A/ENIE AT 38T" STREET
NEW YORK
WITHOUT AFFECTATION--newblouses for the
jeune fille-with an unstudied simplicite that separates
"Bontell" Jeune File Blouses from the usual.

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Valentine Party at Church of Christ
A Valentine party will be given by
,he young people of the Church of
Christ in the reception rooms of the'
church tomorrow evening at 7:30
3'clock. All those who attend the
services are invited.

Sonata, Op. Sla ............ Beethoven
Myra Moon
I Know a Hill....Benjamin Whelpley
Mrs. Verna Luther
St. -rancds' Sermon to the Birds....
Liszt
Els;e Lincoln

I Discuss Proposition at Conference
to Be Held Here Next Fri-
day and Saturday
'he question of the establishment
a Girls' Infirmary at the unnversity
' constitute the leading topic of dis-
sion at a conference of collegiate
mnae to be held here Friday and
urday.
)r. Elizabeth Thelberg, professor of
rsiology and hygiene and resident
rsician at Vassar College, will ad-
ss the first meeting in Sarah Cas-
.1 Angell hall at 3:00 o'clock to-
rrow afternoon on the benefits to
derived from the proposed plan.
n the evening a supper and enter-
iment will be given in Harris hall,
owed by a national round table dis-
aturday morning at 9:00 o'clock
resentatives of the Alumna Asso-
ions of Toledo, Detroit, Kalamazoo
I Lansing will address the meeting
various phases of the activities of
lege women. All who are inter-
ed are cordially invited to attend
s meeting.
'he conference will close with a
cheon Saturday afternoon given
Mr. 'and Mrs. Cook at the Martha
ik residence, at which Dean Jor-
., Dr. Alice Hamilton of Hull house,
. Professor Sophie Hart of Welles-
College, will give short talks.
'he aim of this conference, which is
first of its kind, is to bring to-
her publicly the different branches
collegiate alumnae in order that
ater cooperation may be secured.
Chenical Student Burns Hand
'. Lee Watson, '17E, burned the
;ers and back of his left hand with
mine while he was ,in the chemi-
laboratory. In an effort to save
bromine, which is so scarce and
ensive on account of the war, his
r hand was also burned.
i future all cars stop at Good-I
's drug store. tf

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APRES-MIDI FROCKS-reflective
of 1830 coquetrie, reminiscent of Old
Spain-affecting the quaint dignity
of Bretonne peasant costumes-or the
charm of an English garden frock.

THEA TR ICA L NE WS NO TES
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At the Majestic
Dr. Frederick A. Cook, Arctic ex-
plorer, will head the bill at the Ma-
jestic this afternoon. Dr. Cook is
neither advocating preparedness nor
anpreparedness. His aim is to tell
his version of his North Pole ex-
periences in an interesting manner.
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Dr. Frederick A. Cook at the Majestic
The vaudeville bill presents an in-
teresting variety. "Cheyenne Days," a
typical Wild West show in miniature,
has played continuously to the best
houses both here and abroad since
February, 1910. Miss Adele Von O1l,
who featured in the New York Hippi-
drome, will appear with her horse,
Delmar, who is. considered one of the
most 'perfectly trained animals in the
wcrld. Roping contests and other wild
west features will be introduced.
Creighton and McGreevey present a
travesty on a minstrel comedy which is
guaranteed to bring a smile to the face
of the most confirmed grouch. The

Mudtown Glee club and a quartet from.
the backwoods unite in producing one
of the season's funniest acts.
A complete set of real marionette
actors under unusually elaborate stage
settings, consisting of special scenery
and striking electrical effects, will
furnish an interesting and spectacular
feature.
A clever collection of songs by Smith
and Farmer., and a sensational tight
wire act by Josie O'Meers and com-
pany close the bill.
At the Whitnley
John E. Kelhlerd, who appears at the
Whlitney theatre tonight in the title
role of "Macbeth," has achieved an
:nviable reputation in his interpreta-
tion of this exceedingly difficult part.
In coimenting on his work, Mr.
Henry Austin Class, the well known
critic, said: "Mr. Kellard is interest-
ing at a hundred points, and always
pleasantly free from exaggeration. His
coliceptimn of the passage with Ban-
quo's ghost is striking. The ghost
is a mere mirage of hallucination,
and the gradual growth to his mind
as if it were a cloud, slowly taking
place before Macbeth's first outburst,
is a highly original and remarkable
idea."
In his dlehneation of the character
of Shylock in '"The Merchant of Ven-
ice," which will be shown this after-
noon, Nr. Kellerd has been described
by the press of New York as present-
ing a remarkable portrayal of this
wonderful creation of Shakespeare.
His perfornmance is intensely human.
Indeed, this human element is the key-
note of all his work, and the one char-
acteristic which, above all others, has
placed him at the head of his pro-
dssion and made him so greatly sought
after by all true lovers of the Bard
of Avon.

from htimcate Wear to Sports Goat
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1lery Accessory to Jene .ille Apparel
from foot to Capea--

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