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1TU;ESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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NEWI YORHK EI lT DO-
TQ9 LECTRE ~HERE'
Alexancder Woolleott Will Glive Sixth
Oratorical Address On Plays
Andi illay ers
IS DRAMATIC CRITIC
Alexander Woollcott, for yearsI
dr amnici editor of the New York1
Times, and now holding the same po-'
sition with the New York World, will
give the sixth lecture of the season
course Of the Oratorical association,
Jan. 22," in Hill auditorium.I
His lectures will deal with the stage,!
plays, and players. He will discuss!1
the !Ife of the stage, particularly in
New, York, from a critic's point of
view and will tell of the mysteries of
life behind the footlights. The char-
acteristics of audiences will also re-
ceive his attention during his speech! r.
here. ir
Mr. Woollcott received his early ic
education in the Philadelphia Central!. i
high school, graduating from that in- r
stitution in 1905. He graduated from!l
Hlamilton college in 1909, and laterj
did post-graduate work at Columbia
university. Immediately after the
comupletion of his course at Hamilton
he was employed on the editorial staffs
of the New York Times. It was after
doing his post-graduate work at
Columbia that he was made dramatic
editor of the New York paper in 1914.1
At this time he also received an ap- is
pointlnent tQ the editorial staff of The I W
Homne Sector. He enlisted in the U. !o
S. armay as a private in 1917 and saw!Is
service in France. e11
The noted critic is the author of "Ms ik-e iw nAtn, o
Actors, and the Problems of the g
Stage"~, "The Command is Forward", of
and "The Story of Irving Berlin".th
One of his most recenrt works is a a
production on the life of Mrs. Fiske. 1 01
He has contributed to numerous peCrl- cid
odicals. je
INSTLL LAB EQUIPMENT as
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fNew York Alumnae
Association Hears!
President Little!
P rescent Clarence Cook Little at-
e adl the meetings of the biologicalI
Sn l zoological societies which were
hled during thne latter part of De-
eniber in New haven. From there,
hec went; to New York, where he spoke
last Saturd'ay night before the New#
York Alumnae association. This was
:he (hily address hie delivered during 1
the vacation.
} sI ''ddent Little' will return to Ann
Arilosr Thursday, and next Tuesday he
will speak before the Women's City
cluib of Detroit. Early in February,
lie will again go' to New York, and
ra tis time he will speak before thef
Ne-x York Alumni association.
lcor every article for sale, there is
a buyer, Reach him thru Classifieds.
7o All Students:
x or we presume that you
all wac nt to eat food that is

A 31ESSAGE TO THlE MEN
OF THIS TON
Do you let the fair sex take
advantage of your good na-
ture?
Does your kind heart make
you respond to every de-
mnand?
Have you become a special-
ist in sm~oothing the troubles
of the ladies?
Heas a woman ever inno-
ce tly caused you to lose a
job?
Are you tired of being a
"ladies' man"?
Are you the George of "Let
G1eorge do it"?
To make it short and sweet,
are you
WVONANHANDLED 9 ? ? ? ?

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But! - I wish to welcome
you back to Harmony Ca-

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work of men interested in all the var- (
ous aspects of the life of the period E
tudied, Prof. Dana C. Munro, newly
eected president of the American His-
orical association, commended the or-!
,anization of the "Mediaeval Academy
if America," which was described at'
he recent meeting here by Prof.!
Fmes F. Willard, of the University3
if Colorado. The Academy is to in-l
ude representatives of several learn-!
:d societies, dealing with classics,!
Hstory, modern languages, and philos-
Thy. Its purposes are to stimulate
esearch and publication by financial
.sistance, and "to serve as a clear-';
ng house and a coordinating bureau
or all the activities in America con-
erning mediaeval life and to foster
iternational cooperation in that field."
The Acodemy proposes to publish ay
egular journal, "Speculum," which'a
to be a survey of research work,
nd is cooperating in collecting mate-
al for a dictionary of late mediaeval.
,tin, from literary, legal, official, and
istorical sources in England of the
,eriod between 1066 and 1600.

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.T HIS WEEK

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same distinctive food and
service that has always
pleased our patrons.
Very truly yours,
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Mgr.
AR MOTNY
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Where the Best of Food 1,1
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tomIical labruatory has beeni installred in
in the new quarters which have been
provided for the department in the r
new Medical building. Actual work,{ is
however, will not be done in the new ia
lbaoratory until the second semester. IIri,
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Let The Daily, sell it for you thruJ ht
the Classified columns.--Adv. p

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Superceeding All Preed ing
Arnuernents Announcements

St i e o d G OLD! Men canne staggering in to Dawson under its heavy load. Pfh' Ong
weeks anid moinths in-the Klondike camps, they turned -,x!A ,whloop to
the bar, the gaming tables and the dance hails. Gold flowed like water., rey
one was rich. Thousands and thousands were spent on a 5in1gle night'";j)]( -
urc. What cared1 they? The hills were. yellow with metal. See this vivid ; : -
ture of the wild days of the Klondike gold rush.

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