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DF. HOBBS MAPS
METEOR'S COURSE

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nor's Poet Laureate, is placed at
full-back entirely through his
ability as a punter. If his kicks
are like his poetry they will
certainly be over the heads ,of
everyone on the field."-Daily,
Nov. 25, 1916.

THE WHITN~EY

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MAJESTIC
TODAY--TOMORROW
Eni dBennet

Prof.' W. H. Hobbs of the geology
department, over the week end, visit-
ed the scene of the bursting of the
meteor, which fell in western Michi-
gan a week ago last Wednesday, and
he is now confident that the body did
not fall in Lake Michigan as was
widely. reported at tke time.
He stated Monday that the meteor
broke twice above the earth and that
he has its course roughly mapped out
from reports which have been received
from the country where the meteor
landed.
Inquiries; have been sent out by
Professor Hobbs to newspaper editors,
superintendents of schools and other
men who would be' likely to know the
of anything found in their vicinity.
Already some answers have been re-
ceived, and Professor Hobbs hopes to
gain in this manner, much .data not
obtainable otherwise. He stated that
he fully expected fragments of the
meteor to be found, although it might
be some time as the snow has oblit-
erated the earth in the district,, mak-,
ing search difficult.

Novelty ยง dances are frequently ltin-
torwoven in the plot of "Red Feather,"
which will be presented under the au-
spices of the University Dranatic
society for three nights beginning to-
morrow evening, at the Whitney. A
sextet made up of Anita Sower, '22;
Myrna Goodrich, '20; Mildred Henry,
'22; Hazel Storz, '22; Evelyn Fa'reau,
'20, and Lenore Dinius, '20, are the
principal performers in an attractive
milliner's dance.

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"TO SOPH ENGINEERS THURSDAY
Sophomore engineers will isten to
an address by' Prof. R. W. Sellars of
the. philosophy departrlent 'at' their
assembly at 10 o'clock Thursday
morning in room 348 of the Engineer-
ing building. Professor Sellars' sub-
ject will be, "The Engineer and His

Relation to the Social Problems
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Solo toe daneing, also by Anita
Sower, will feature, while she will ap-
pear again in a duet with George Lyn.
Leading four other dancers is the street
singer, played by Miss Treleaven of.
th, School of Music, with her grace-
ful Spanish dance.
Another novel feature of the play is
"The Legend of the Humorous Ghost,"
sung by Robert Dieterle and the chor-
us of seventy-eight voices. In "Red
Feather," as in few of the current
musical comedies, the songs serve to

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Wed-Thu--10-11-Blanche Sweet in "The
Hushed Hour"; Okeh Comedy, "Bill's
Anniversary" and Ford Weekly.
Fri-Sat-12-13-Olive Thomas La_"The
Glorious Lady" and.Charlie Chaplin in
"The Floorwalker." (Ret.)

By shouldering. her brother's debt

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Special sale of greeting cards and
fine Christmas stationery. O. D. Mor-
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and then attempting to destroy, a sign-
ed confession which was in the hands
of her unscrupulous employer, Shirt
ly Armitage, played by Enid Bennett
today and tomorrow at the Majestic,.
puts herself in a serious .situation.
Becoming mixed up in ;the divorce
proceedings brought against her em-
ployer and then accused of his murder
are the ironical rewards she reaps
for aiding her brother. The story,
which abounds in complications, takes
a dramatic turn when her innocence
is proved.

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Playing the part first of a demure
young employee and later that of a
women resisting a marriage of con-
venience, Blanche Sweet will be shown
in "The Hushed Hour" today and to-
morrow at the Arcade. Miss Sweet,
who was a screen star a few years
ago, returned to the motion pictures
recently in "The Unpardonable Sin,"
produced by Harry I. Garson.
In this story, which was written by'
Gertrude Broolxe Hamilton, Miss Sweet
has ample opportunities to show her
acting ability.

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