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March 19, 1916 - Image 4

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Tll, MIOHIGAN DAILY

I.

FRED

B.

SMITH

of New

York

City

Subject:

"A WORLD TOUR"

Omght

7:30-HILL AUDITO IU

UNION

SERVICE

11

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I

AEC1IP" RECALLS FORMER 1
IN PLAYS AND THEIR CASTS1
of Classical Productions given
1884; Second Presentation
in 1890
naechmi," the play to be given
Classical clhb on March 30 in
rsity hall, recalls memories of
r Latin plays and those who took
i them.
first Latin play, "Delphi of Per-
was given in 1884. Of that
ohn Zane has since become pro-
of Science in the Northwestern
sity, W. B. Chamberlain, editor
Minneapolis "Transcript," U.
vage, a prominent and wealthy
rman of Spring Lake, Michigan,
1sa Van Valkenberg, judge in

Kansas City, Missouri.
The second Latin play, "ManaeChmi,"
was given by sophomores of the dra-
matic and oratorical classes in 1890.
Of that cast John Miller has since be-
come a very prominent public service
man and controller of the street car
system of Los Angeles, California, Wil-
helm Miller, professor of Forestry and
Landscape designing in the University
of Illinois, C. C. Meader, professor of
Latin in this University, Mr. Ferris
a prominent lawyer in Cleveland and
Day Arolike, a rich wholesale mer-
chant in Detroit.
Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
are the reliable business men of the
city. It is to your jNterest to trade
with them. **

THE PIT
"T iack a hePit
From Pole to Pole"

the Woman's+

Gargoyle.
** *

EDWIN MeVA IGH TO LECTURE
BEFORE ENGINEERINC SOCIETY

&N(N W AVLIIYE N

HELD'
Dear Gee:
i rede yer colem fatefully

"Concrete Roads" is the subject of Seven cities will be visited by engi-
evry an illustrated lecture to be given by neers making the annual spring trip.

------ ,

I

Black as the Pit
From Pole to Pole.
"The Standard Dictionary" gives
the following definition;
"Pit."-An abyss so deep that one
can never get out.
No wonder the girls hesitated about
going in.
ADVICE TO A CO-ED
WITH APOLOGIES TO CAMPION
Never write unless you can
Bear with all the slams of men
Men sometimes will censure thee
'Though but little cause they see,
And xply the pen with harsh intent
And write what straight they will re-
pent.
* * *
By the way about that light joke
at Cook Dorm. The man who thought
of that has a brain! He saved us
three quarters of an hour of boredom
* * *
PRIVATE
For Gee Only
We don't suppose
That anywhere
It's very nice
For us to swear;
But swear we must
For don't you see
We're alwayshgoing
To swear by Gee!
Now Gee is what
We'd call a sport
An editor of
The swellest sort!
So everywhere
That we may be
We're always sure
To swear by Gee!
Dear Sally:
Please break it to Steve gently.
When I came to College I had given
my heart to him, as you know, but my
affections have shifted. Really Sal,,
you wouldn't blame me, there are so
many sweet boys here.
Yours,
Martha.
* * *
Oh! Don't the prominent men call on
the co-eds.
Yes Cecil! Why even the Editor of
the Sportoscope has been calling late-
ly.
* * *
Many architects have been studying
Martha Cook Dorm recently.
Ahem!
Beth: "How did you like the man
that took you to the Hop?"
Kate: "Oh! All right. He's the nice
to his mother, handy around the yard
kind, don't you know?"
Cheer up! This ought to be some
stimulation for Gee Tuesday anyway!
Sprig's Combg
The sprig, the sprig is combig,
I feel it in my bones,
'Tis then the hardworked student
Pegs on with awful groans.
* * *

L II. '. " "

Attention-en10r Girls
We are taking measures for your Caps an
Gowns and will have them ready for the

mornin befor brekfust, it ads a tang
to the cdfee and flavor to the tost.
Yours, .
By Gum.
*' * * -
Dedicated with deepest admiration and
affection
From the Co-Eds
To the Stu-eds.

Junior Play, with no extra charge

. , ,.,

Henry & Company
713-715 N. University Ave.

p F

Mr. Edwin McVaugh, representative The itincrary is as follows: Youngs-
of the Portland Cement association.
He will speak before the Engineeringttu Philadelphia, Wash-
society at 4:00 o'clock Wednesday aft- ington, New York, Schenectady, and
ernoon, March 22, in room 348 of the Niagara Falls. The facuity represen-
new Engineering building. tatives for the various departments
are: Electricals, Prof. A. H. Lovell;
Look over the advertizements. They civils, Mr. J. H. lringhurst; mechan-
will interest you. ** icals, to be appointed.

MAJESTIC

matinees, Tues.-Wed-".- at1
Nights, 7,30-9 O'clock

Today
(Sunday)
1.30-3-7 and 8.30P. M.

Again the Sirenic
Vampire
THEDA BAR -

3 Days Corm. Mon. NMght
A SUPREME VAUDEVILLE BILL
Back to the old Melodramatic Days
Lincoln J. Carter's startilg Sensation
"The Heart of (hicago"
With the w ndvrfull Apsproachng Lov. rmotiv~e
Royal Gascoignes
"Dexterous Eccentrie Juggling"
Nevins and Erw od
" The Coal Main and theMad
Chevalierle Loris and Co.
"The Mastcr Mark.sman"
Mae .Curt
" hat Pers a fy Gil"1

In the Success
"THE
SERPENT"

SIR JOHNSTON FORBES-ROBERTSON --
test English-speaking actor, who makes his first and last visit to
hilfney Theatre Wednesday, March 22, matinee in "Hamlet" and "The
g of the Third Floor Back" at night.
------ - m~ s~ i r ~~ u
-, -
?a9"- -Z
n a=m ma- m mi iu i m'a a

A tale of Russi-An Peaftant Life
Ia which Miss Bara is seen as
the daughterof a serf.

Sensational and
Educative

Thursday - Seats Now on Sale
The Most Pretentious Girl Show Yet
"Junior Follies ol 1915"
25-Boys and Girls-25

Seats

toe

Pyralin Ivory for
the Spare Room

f you want to furnish the dressing table of
our spare room with the latest in toilet
vare you should select Pyralin Ivory..
Fhe beautiful cream-white finish of Pyralin
oupled with the,neat, tasteful design, makes
t harmonize with any room decorations. A
eat monogram engraved on the large r
ieces will also lend a little touch of mdi-
iduality.
yralin is the ideal toilet material, as it is strictly sanitary a d
isily cleaned..
Te would like to show you a few of our choicest sets the next
me you are down on State Street.
Haller Jewelry Company
State Street Jewelers

The
The
The
The

longer a man stays in College
fewer girls he knows,
longer a girl stays in College
fewer places she goes.
Why Gee?

Girls!!! What! dare go hatless,
You'll catch cold in your head,
And if you do, tradition falls
For our Michigan Co-ed.
If Sarah Caswell Angell Hall (ed) a
New Berry pie out of the oven what
would Martha Cook? .
(How's that?)
Punk!
"Some people look as if they smiled
in 1886 and have been trying to live
it down ever since."
There are more things in woman's
mind, Gee
Than was dreamt of in thy philosophy.
(My, we hate ourselves!)
rEhi 9+ nlr tam* T* *fn

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