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ampus in riet
ough there have not been any
ases of smallpox discovered in
rbor, the University health serv-
still vaccinating a great many
ts. The department has vac-
1 930 students since Oct. 1.
recent meeting of the Univer-
alth set-vice representatives the
ng executive committee was
d: Lela Wright, '17, women's
clubs; E. W. George'17

The Washington Square Players
have won an unusual reputation for
the artistic production of short plays,
being the first company to make a
specialty of such dramatic production.
this fact is especially interesting in
view of the increasing popularity of
the ;inall theater throughout this
country.
The company is said to be at their
best in the five short plays which will
constitute their program here. These
iclude such well known pieces as
"The Roadhouse in Arden," and "The
Miracle of St. Anthony."

the New York Winter-Garden produc-
tion, "A World of Pleasure." The
company comes here direct from long
and prosperous runs in New York and
Chicago, with the original cast and
production.
The roster of players includes n ry
r o iitcfr m * ntxn9r 1 t ,o

100. This is said to be the largest
company that will play here this sea-
son.
AT THE MAJESTIC.
"The Elopers," the musical comedy
at the Majestic for the latter half of

recuits uom two -ay, VUL :u ', this week, contains all the essentials
newcomers to iuusical comedy, it is and embellishments that usually go
announced, are not to be introduced to make a good musical comedy, yet
as individual acts, such as thcy do in t ) somehow lacking in the punch, to
the varieties. They all represent char- t, nothing of coStumes.
acters in the plot. Paul Bauwens, the black face "hu-
In the cast are William Norris, Con- man freight train," was the star of
roy and LeMaire, Collins and Hart, the khe bill and the only one on it to en-
Conrtney Sisters, McMahon, Diamond thuve his audience to the desired Ditch.

Klass and Waiman, the "syncopated
musickers," were able players, but
they followed the ancient custom of
asking the audience to name the mu-
sic it desired and then playing what-
ever suited themselves.
The nerves of Aileen Harvey, in her
skit with Robert LeRoy, were no more
on edge at any time than those of the
audience watching her.
Milton Frankel's clay caricatures
were effective, and the clay models
not only appealed as statues, but
moved their lips as well.
Flannel Shirts made to order. G. H.
Wild Company. Leading merchant
tailors. State street. tf

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t

e clubs; Priscilla Butler, '19, so-
es, and Rufus H. Knight, '19, fra-
ties. J. W. Helfrich, '18, president
e organization, plans to have
prominent medical menlecture
he representatives at the bi-
hly meetings.
ney E. Anderson, '19E, was taken
ie University hospital yesterday
liug and confined to the scarlet
ward. This makes nine cases of
et fever this fall treated by the
tal. Earl H. Barlow, '18D, re-
r operated on for appendicitis at
ospital, is recovering rapidly and;
>e discharged in a few days. -
fessor Lorch of the College ofy
itecture has returned from Min-a
cis where he attended the an-
meetings of the American Insti-
>f Architects and the Association
dlegiate Schools of Architecture.
C. B. Stouffer of the University
a service addressed the Prescott
on the subject of "The Relation
e Pharmacist to First Aid in
of Emergencies" at the monthly
ng held last evening.
its smoker at the Union the 1111-
lub elected the following men to
for the present sehool year:
dent, 0. G. Williams, '19; vice-
lent, L. W. Page, '19E; secretary,
rd Hatch, '18; treasurer, J. C. B.

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I

The attraction scheduled for the agd Caplow, Rosie Quinn, Wanda Lyon, SIS ac
i Whitney theater tomorrow night, is Margaret Edwards, and a chorus of clever.
SHOP EAR LY
A Store ofIndvid
308-10-12 SOUTH MA
ONLY 5 -SHOPPING AYS

ting was good and his puns

SHOP EARLY

MISS ROSALIE MATHIEW
With the Washington Square Players
at the Whitney theater tonight.
* * * * * * * * T R
SAT THE THEATERS

Shops

IN STREET

BEFORE CHRISTMAS

TODAY

Whitney - Washington Square
Players.
MJajestie -Vaideville.
Orpheum-Virlan Martin in"Her
Father's Son." Also Bray
cartoons.
Arcade-Harold Lockwood and
May Allison in "Big Tre-
maine." Drew Comedy also.
* * * * * * * * * * *

r, '17. Announcement was made
e smoker that a special Illinois
car will be attached to the 1:16
:k train to Chicago Dec. 20. Men
not be allowed to ride in the car
e special rate of $5.50 to Chicago
s they have paid their club dues
y them'on the train. Tickets may
tained at the desk at the Union.

GIFTS
FOR WOMEN
Desk Sets
Scissors Leather Case
Salt and Pepper Sets
(Sterling)
Table Lamps with Shades
Lemon Sets in Sterling
Individual Egg Sets
Crumb Scrapers
Siver Cream and Sugar
Cassero- les,
Elecric Irons
Electric Floor Lamp
Library Sets
Best 1,as Iange
Traveling Slippers
Fire Screen
Andirons
Fire Sets
Chafing Dishes
Hot Water otfle
Bird Cages in Wicker
holM Plates
IManricu re Set
Fhe O'clock 'eas
Salad Bowls
Electric Vacuum mSeeper
Eden Electric Washer
Hot Water Bottle (Aluminum)
Hong on Tables

GIFTS
FOR MEN
Ilahogany Ash Stand
Traveling Slippers
Poker Racks and Chips
Flashlights
Revolvers
Guns
Pocket Knives
Cigaret Boxes
Humidors
Razor (all styles)
Silver Shaving Set
Skates
Waste Baskets
Boxing Gloves
Fishing Rods
Reels
Refrigeraitor Baskets
Theirinos Bottles
Lap Board (for auto)
Dressing Case (leather)
Ash Trey
Tobacco Jars
Tipmerary Pups
Golf Balls
Caddy Bags
Punch Set
Hunting Coat

GIFTS
FOR BOYS
Skates
Watches
Sleds
Erectors
Pocket Knives
llattleships
Blocks
Boxing Gloves
Stuffed Animal
Tool Boxes
Work Benches
Air Rifles
.22 Rifles
Wooden Horses
Skate-Mobile
Coaster Wagons
Veleecipedes
Skudder Cars
Toys
B s"bAll Gloves
Football Suits
Sno'lShovels
'Baniks
Vest Pocket Flashlight
Scout Hatchet
Cork Gun
Water Pistols
Skatlng Shoes

GIFTS
FOR GIRLS
Dishes
Blocks
Skates
Tricycles
Doll Buggies
Watches
Toys
Wooden Animals
Mechanical Dogs
Stuffed Cats
Scissors
Roller Skates
GIFTS
FOR BABY
Silver Knives and Forks
Baby Scales
Baby Hampers
Kewpie Trays
Brooms
Carpet Sweepers
Baby Spoons
Non-Breakable Plates
Push Carts
Toys
Walking Dolls
Stuffed Dogs

'k

AT THE WHITNEY

your shoes 'fixed at Paul's
William St.

Place
5tf

One of the most interesting of the
short plays which the Washingtbn
Square Players will offer at the Whit-
ney theater tonight, is Tchekov's "The
Bear." The theme of this play is the
situation in which a young wife finds
herself when her husband has been
dead about a year. Should she marry
again at the first good opportunity,
or should she remain a widow? The
play presents this problem and sug-
gests its solution.

rations-red, white and green
also other decorations at spec-
ces for churches, stores, and
at Hoag's 10-17incl

Skates, 50c to $2.00; Sleds and Flexible Flyers, $1.00 to $2.50
i 3 ~13h e t ' a ;t.. F p "y4 _ 5 :L 3. "

The

I

Here

Are Y o u All Reedy to ttend That

hrist

cert

OF THE

Glee

and

andolln

Club

Never before has such a galaxy of stars been, gathered together at Hill Auditorium; never before
has such a program of live and snappy music been combined with such big and wonderfully
niagnificent numbers as "THE OMNIPOTENCE" and "THE TOREADOR SONG"; never before
has there been such harmoniously blended quartettes, such excellent instrumental combinations.
You will be pleased, thrilled and inspired by every number from the opening "STILLE NACHT"
to the closing "LAUDES ATQUE CARMINA"

.d

just think

T ONIGHT

HILL

AUDITORIUM

8:00 p. m.

And don't forget that Glee Club dance after the concert.
BARBOUR GYM $1.00 Fisher's 10 piece Orchestra.

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