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January 12, 1917 - Image 4

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Princeton: Underelizsmen at Prince-
ton university are endeavoring to
abolish the so-called dining club sys-
tem which grew up after the rule"
which put an end to fraternities was
passed in 1876. The club system is
said to set up false standards and to
oppose democracy.
Minnesota: Medical students working
in the dissecting room of the Ana-
tomy Institute building of the Uni-
- versity of Minnesota discovered a
knife blade nearly two inches in
length firmly imbedded in the skull
of the subject over which they were
working. This subject was a young
man of Polish nationality who was
supposed to have died of tubercu-
Harvard: Twenty-five or 30 Harvard
university students have signified
their intention of leaving for France
to join the American ambulance field
service after mid-year examinations
in February. If this number is seuit
over a new section of the corps will
be organized to be known as the
Harvard section.
Purdue: Thirty candidates for next
year's football eleven at Purdue uni-
versity reported at Stuart field at
the first meeting of the squad for
winter practice.,
Kansas: An addition to the Univer-
sity of Kansas faculty to be known
as a vocational guide is being con-
sidered by the senate. The duty of
this advisor would be to inform stu-
dents what vocations offer the great-
est possibilities and to advise them
in choosing proper courses.
Wisconsin: One hundred and fifty
women of the University of Wiscon-
sin have signed -a petition to Presi-
dent Wilson asking him to do all in
his power to bring about arbitration
for peace between the belligerent
nations. This petition is circulating
throughout the United States under
the direction of the national neutral
conference committee.
Girls attention! For rainwater
shampoos and scalp treatment for
falling hair go to Mrs.. J. R. Trojanow-
ski, 1110 S. University, side entrance.
Phone 696-W. 5-two wks
Michigan Daily advertising is per-
sonal appeal to students, faculty, and
residences of Ann Arbor.
Ann Arbor's progressive merchants
use The Michigan Daily as their ad-
vertising medium.

Color Portrait of Dean V. C. Vaughan
Valued at $1,000
Dean V. C. Vaughan of the medical
department yesterday received a plate
photograph of himself, taken by the
new color system of photography, and
valued at $1,000.
The photograph measures 6 by 8
inches, and is made of two colored
glass plates, placed back to back. The
top plate is red glass and the bottom
one is green colored glass. When an
electric light is placed back of the
photo the natural coloring of Dean
Vaughan's face is revealed with abso-
lute fidelity.
Dean Vaughan sat for* the picture
last May and it was not received until
yesterday, the process of finishing the
plate being a most complicated and
difficult one. The photograph was
taken in the research laboratories of
the Eastman Kodak Co., at Brooklyn,
N. Y. by Dr. Beers, the director of the

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Orpheum-Dustin Farnum in
"A Son of Erin:' Also Bray
Arcade - Charles Richman in
"The Battle Cry of Peace."
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including all Suits, Overcoats


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and Seperate Trousers


The' film spectacle, "A Daughter of
the Gods," featuring Annette Keller-
man, which will be shown at the Whit-
ney theater Sunday night, Jan. 14, and
twice daily Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday, marks an epoch in the
history of Fox productions.
The producing of the film required
much careful preparation. It is also
one of the most expensive enterprises
ever undertaken in the producing of a
moving picture. The film is heralded
as extremely beautiful and the scenic
effects especially noteworthy.
Winona Winters, "The Cheer Up
Girl," and Bobby Bernard as Henry
Weiner, the pseudo count, are the two
bright lights in a rather conventional




Copyrigli t 1916

musical comedy at the Majestic. Ber-
nard, with his German accent and abil-
ity in getting intr difficulties brought
forth many laughs from the audience.
Miss Winter, with her imitations of
Harry Lauder and a clever ventrilo-
quist act, was the star of the perform-

The setting for "The Suffragette Re-
view" is laid in the lobby of a hotel.
The place is invaded by a band of suf-
fragettes and the wish of the manager
to get rid of them is the wheel upon
which the plot runs. Two men who
wish to play the manager for an "easy.
mark," furnish the play with humor.

The suffragettes are finally disbanded Would Slow Cupid Down in Minnesot
by a "love potion" administered by the St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 11.-Applicant
near count. for marriage licenses must wait fiv
The setting for the play is good and days for legal publication of thei
the chorus is attractively costumed. bans, before they are married, ac
-~---_cording to the terms of a bill slowin
Best prices in town to Fraternity down cupid, before the Minnesota stat
house stores. The Delta. wed-eod legislature today.


Picturesque - Fascinating-Entertaining




Are you interested in mystery and magic?
Have you ever heard a Dinkey bird?
Did you ever see a Zulu war dance?
Do you know what a Hindu play is like?
Have you heard of the Chinese Joan of Arc?
You will have the answsrs to all
these questions in "THE MAGIC
CARPET" tonight.

Tickets on. sale at State St. stores, on the carmpus and at Hill Auditoriumt





8 o'clock

All seats 50 cents

Senior Rates given on
Michiganensian Portraits



Phone 1911

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