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THE MICHIGAN DAILY wmnDESDAY. NOVEMBER 8C

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IS JUST AS NOURISHING AND DELICIOUS
DURING THE WINTER MONTHS AS IT IS IN
SUMMER. IT KEEPS YOU IN GOOD HEALTH
THE YEAR 'ROUND

GUSTAVE M IC HFAUD course of six lectures may be had for
TO GIVE SPANISH 50 cents at the door.
LECTURE TONIGHT NEW STRING GALVANOMETER
ORDERED FOR HOSPITAL USE
Gustave L. Michaud, of the Spanish-
department, will give a lecture in A new string galvanometer has been
Spanish at 7:15 o'clock tonight in Tap- ordered for use in the University hos-
pital, and is expected within the next
pan hall. This will be the second of two months.
a series of six lectures which are be- The string galvanometer is an in-
ing given under the auspices of La strument invented by Einthoven, of
Sociedad--lispanica. Leiden university, Holland, in 1903,
Mr. Michaud has chosen for his for the purpose of studying the elec-
topic, "Spanish Conquerors of the Six- trical currents which the heart pro-
teenth Century." Mr. Michaud has duces in the body when it beats. These
made it a part of his study to investi- currents were known to exist as early
gate early Spanish history, and hav- as 1880, but could not be successfully
ing lived in Spanish speaking count- studied until Einthoven had made his
ries for many years, has first hand invention.
knowledge resulting from his research. The electrical currents produced by
The lecture will be given with the the hearts of those suffering from
aid of stereoptican pictures and in heart disease differ greatly from those,
such a manner that all students of of a normal person's heart, and the
Spanish will be able to follow his presence of the disease as well as dis-
talk easily. Tickets for the entire crimination between various types

thereof may be ascertained by the
electrical records made by the instru-
ment.
DE MOLAY TO INITIATE 25
NEW MEN HERE ON DEC. 14
Order of Do Molay will hold it. first
convocation at Harris hall Dec. 14 at
which time it will initiate into mem-
bership 25 men. The work of initia-
tion, whicli will consist of both the
Initiatory and the De Molay degrees,
will be conferred with Harry Clark,
'24, master councilor and head of the
chapter, as presiding officer, and with
Robert Paton, '23E, in charge of, the
initiatory work.
All master masons, and especially
those living in Ann Arbor, are urged
to. attend the ceremony. Representa-
tives from nearly all Michigan chap-
ters are also expected to be present.
After the candidates have been in-
itiated, there will be a specil cere-
mony for the installation of officers.

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1. Cleanliness

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best is good enough.
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MADGE KENNEDY
(Herself)
in "CORNERED"
The appearance here, Wednesday,
Nov. 30, at the Whitney theater of the
talented and winsome comedienne,
Madge*Kennedy in "Cornered," a four
act comedy by Dodson Mitchell,
promises to prove the most Interest-
ing and profitable in the history of the
present theatrical season.
Endorsed by New York Critics
Theater goers who prefer the lighter
form of stage entertainment will be
interested in the fact that "Cornered"
comes to Ann Arbor with very strong
endorsements. It is, according to New
York reviewers, an extraordinary, ar-
tistic, well-acted, and enjoyable pro-
duction. Miss Kennedy, playing a dual
role, is said to give a performance
that is a thing of beauty and a joy to
behold; her naive, sweet manner and
personality delighted and amused
large audiences nightly at the Astor
theater, New York, during the six
months run of the piece on Broadway.
Marks Return to Stage
The young star's success was all the
more notable, when it is remembered
that she deserted the stage for moving
picture field three years ago, where
she attained stardom from the first.
It was the consensus of opinion, how-
ever, that Miss Kennedy's work as a
comedienne; her charm, freshness and
piquancy had lost nothing in the long
absence from the theater.Y
Surrounded by Capable Talent
When she accepted "Cornered" and
placed herself under the management
of the astute Henry W. Savage, she
expressed a desire to have a support-
ing company as capable and evenly
balanced as it was possible to secure.
With commendable good taste, this
clever young woman elected to im-
perial the brilliancy of her own radi-
ance in the stellar role, by surround-
ing herself with notably gifted players.
Her leading man, Leslie Austen was
with Ethel Barrymore in "Declasse,"
Maude Leone is a famous Western
stock star, Amelia Gardner, long a
Broadway player of distinction, Tom
Walsh, Robert Forsythe, Natalie Man-
ning, Cecil Owen, and several other
equally talented players go to make
up a supporting cast that might with
all propriety be classed as all-star.
Smith-Trant Engagement Announced
Announcement has been made at
the Alpha Omicron P house of the
engagement of Beatrice Smith, '22, to
George Trant, ex-'23. Trant is a mem-
ber of the Phi Mu Alpha fraternity.
Whitney Theatre
Wednesday, Nov, 30th
Henry W. Savage
offers
America's premier
Comedienne
MADGE
KENNEDY
HERSELF
In the Comedy-Drama Hlt
"Cornered"
Which ran all last season at the
Astor Theatre N. Y. The beau-
tiful and winsome star plays a
dual role with rare skill and

appealing charm.
POSITIVELY ORIGINAL
SUPPORTING CAST
BEST SEATS $2.00

2. Purity
A standard of. purity which
hermits no substitutes, which
insists upon highest quality!

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