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Dr. W. G. Law, '99D, One of Few
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William George Law, of Flint, who
is mentioned in recent dispatches as
one of the few Americans who will not
leave Germany and who is at present
employed as dentist to the royal Ger-
man family, is a graduate of the Mich-
igan dental college, belonging to the
class of 1899.
Dr. Law practiced in Flint for five
years after his graduation from the
University after which he went to
Berlin, where he specialized as an or-
thodentist. He anticipates being placed
in a military hospital should war
come.
Information coming from Law's
parents' residing at Flint, states that
his sympathies are overwhelmingly
American, and that he has retained his
citizenship here.j

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Orpheum-Dorothy Gish in "The
Children of the Feud." Also Tri.
angle comedy.

Arcade-Clara Kimball Young i
"The Foolish Virgin"
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Do You Enjoy
Outdoor Sports?
If so, you like skating, and
> thoroughly enjoy this
ealthful exercise you must
e correctly corsetted.

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You must be comfortable,
arid still you want your figure

be trim.

eet all these requirements.
here are models distinctly
iade for "sports" wear, and
ach model is a fashionable
haping corset.
efitted to your
Redfem Corset.

GRADUATES WILL COMPETE AT
INTERCOLLEGIATE TRACK MEET
Philadelphia, Feb. 12.--Virtually all
the teams in the Intercollegiate Athletic
association have notified the manage-
ment that they would be represented
at the indoor championship track
games to be held here on March 3.
Fred Murray, winner of the low
hurdle championship last year, will
lead a team from Leland Stanford uni-
versity in the graduate relay race, it
has been announced. The graduate
race is a new feature of the games,
and has attraced several well known
sprinters. The distance is one mile,
the first three men of each institution
to run two laps and the anchor man
four. Riley of Dartmouth and Mere-
dith of Pennsylvania are among- the
others who will lead quartets in the.
event.
Law Students Must Explain Absences
The attention of those students of
the Law school who intend to receive
a degree in June is especially called
to the ruling of the attendance com-
mittee, which states that the date
of any student's graduation will be
automatically deferred who has a
large number of unexplained absences
from classes charged up against his
name. The rule on attendance re-
quires a regular attendance during the
student's course.
Independent Girls' Dance Postponed
Announcement was made last night
that the Independent Girls' club dance,
which was to be held on Friday, Feb.
1 , has been postponed until Saturday,
Feb. 24. The dance 'will be held in
Barbour gymnasium.
Try a Michigan Daily Want Ad.
LAST DAY
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
in Thomas Dixon's
"THE FOOLISH VIRGIN"
ARCADE THEATRE
25 CENTS

AT THE GARRICK, DETROIT
Robert B. Mantell, the only actor on
the American stage now attempting
the greatest heavy roles of Shake-
speare and the classic dramatists, will
be at the. Garrick theater, Detroit, this
week in five plays.
Monday evening he presented "The
Merchant of Venice," which he will re-
peat for the Saturday matinee. Tues-,
day evening he will play "Hamlet,"
while Wednesday afternoon will be
devoted to "Richelieu," the only non-
Shakespearean drama in his list. Wed-
nesday night "Macbeth" will be given.
"King Lear", will be played on Thurs-
day night; on Friday evening "Mac-
beth" will be repeated; and on Satur-
day evening "Richard III."
Mr. Brady, under whose direction
Mr. Mantell appears for the tenth con-
secutive season, has selected a com-
pany of credit and distinction in sup-
port of the tragedian, including Miss
Genevieve Hamper.
"Sybil," the latest Sanderson-Brian-
Cawthorne success, comes to the Whit-
ney theater Friday evening, Feb. 16.
This production bears all the usual
marks of the Charles Frohman mu-
sical productions. There are 18 mu-
sical numbers, including Mr. Caw-
thorne's well known effusion, "I Can
Dance With Everybody But My Wife."
The scenes of "Sybil" are laid in
Russia, and the story deals with high
officials of that country. The principal
figure is that of "Sybil," an opera
singer, who in her effort to free her
soldier sweetheart from arrest, poses
as a grand duchess. When the real
duchess arrives, and later her hus-
band, numerous complications are in-
troduced. The book is the work of
Max Brody and Frank Martos and was
Americanized by Harry Graham and
H. B. Smith.
AT THE .MAJESTIC
Patricola and Meyers, billed as "The
Girl and the Dancing Fool" were the
hit of the program which opened the
heek at the Majestic. theater last night
The "Fool" was a master of. clever
foot-work, while his dainty companion
found her way to the hearts of the
audience.
"A Whirl of Girls," song and dance
revue, headed by Vic LeRoy and Mae
Cahill is noteworthy for unusual dis-
play of custumes and scenery as well
as for the grace and beauty of several
of the "girls."
Arnold and Florence are seen in a
equilibrium act entitled "The Man
With the Bottles."
A playlet, "Any Couple" depicts the
trials of a wife burdened with a hus-
band who is a professional grouch.
The Michigan Daily for service.

This is the last day on which our U
patrons will be able to see Clara Kim- ,,.L_ OD-ilre iloGb
ball Young in "The Foolish Virgin" LIVELIHOOD.-Wilfred Wilson Gib-
by Thomas Dixon, the second of the son. The Macmillian Co., N. Y.
Clara Kimball Young photoplays since Mr. Gibson, like so many of our
she has been heading her own com- modern poets, has gone to industrial
pany. life for the material of his poems.
The Arcade will show "The Man He writes of the ordinary experiences
Who Forgot" with Robert Warwick to- of middle class people, the iron work-
morrow. This is an interesting story er and the shop apprentice and the
of a tremendous political battle in farmer's wife working in the fields.
Washington. He writes of these people as they are
touched by some moment of great joy
WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY or sorrow, such as the fisher's wife
PARTY FOR GIRLS IN GYM left alone for the first time after the
drowning of her husband, or the man
Physical Education Department to Glve sitting alone in his room after he
Annual Cotillion Friday, learns that his brother has stolen
Feb. 23 money.
These poems are well named, for
The department of physical educa- they are poems of the livelihood
tion for women will give its annual which' includes more than living. They
cotillion for university girls Friday are the records of the moments of
evening, Feb. 23. The affair will be exaltation which occur in the most
in the form of a Washington's birth- commonplace lives. There is the fine
day party this year and will take fervor of simplicity about them which
place in Barbour gym. Tickets may hangs about long clean stretches of
be obtained' without charge in the of- country. Though it were possible to
fice of the dean of women, and as the write of just such things as form the
attendance is limited to three hun- substance of these poems and produce
dred, they should be secured at once. the crudest and bitterest things, Mr.
It is requested by those in charge that Gibson has been able to make a poetic
people plan to remain throughout the version of the unpoetic, and has caught
entire evening. a little of the intinsic romance of life.
The cotillion will be preceded by There are lines in "Livelihood"
the annual athletic banquet, tickets for which are commonplace and there are
which may be purchased from mem- lines which do not satisfy, but once in
bers of the athletic committee. Ath- a while one runs across a line or two
letic honors and emblems woi during of real literary savor. The reminiscent
the past season will be officially tone which is present in all the poems
awarded at this time. seems to increase in power and in-
sistency the more the poems are read.
TRY TO BRING BACK OLDTIME Because of this and because of the
distinct individuality of the poems,
F A1ILY WORSHIP IN THE HOME "Livelihood" presents a very interest-
Chicago, Feb. 12.-The importance ing collection of verse.
of bringing back to popularity the old-
time custom of family worship where- Dance records, 12 inches double disc
in the other members gathered round with just the right swing, only $1.
while father read the Bible, will be Allmendinger's Music Shop, 122 E
stressed at the metin, of th St Liberty St. 20-tf

Speak on Crime
A iexander BCrknian, Noted Anarchist,
to ITalk Thursday Night in New
Trwde Union Hall
Alexander Berkman, anarchist and
editor of The Blast, will speak on
"Crime and Punishment" at 8 o'clock
Thursday night, in the new Trade
-nion hall, 308 South Main street. Mr.
.Berkman is a member of the Typo-
graphical union of San Francisco, and
is also a special delegate from the In-
ternational Workers D'efense league.
The proceeds from this lecture will
be forwarded to San Francisco to be
utilized in the defense of the labor
prisoners accused of placing a bomb
in the Preparedness parade last July.
The disaster resulted in the death of
several participants. Bourke Cochran,
noted criminal lawyer, is defending the
accused without remuneration.
Mr. Berkman will speak in Detroit
on Wednesday. He is the author of
"The Prison Memoirs of an Anarch-
ist."
PENN STATE FORESTERS VISIT
MiClIltVAN FOREST DEPARTMENT
Prof. G. R. Green, '10, now head of
the forestry department of Pennsyl-
vania State university, conducted a
tour through Michigan and Wisconsin
between semesters for the benefit of
the senior foresters of that university.
About a dozen senior foresters made
the trip, staying in Ann Arbor over
the last week-end to visit the forestry
department of the University of Michi-
gan.
le who pays cash deserves discount.
We give it in cash-coupons. Davis, at
119 Main. 13-17-18

r712 Z t LgL~t! 1 e.Jt t14U W )LU-
dent 'Workers' organization of the
Episcopal church in America here to-
day.
"And God may speak in the home,"
said Secretary William E. Gardner of
The General Board of Religious Educ-
ation, of the 'church, "in many other
ways than by formal family worship."
BASKETBALL PLANS ARE
PROGRESSING RAPIDLY
(Continued from Page Three.)
been donated by Ann Arbor business
houses, one for the winning team,
which will become the permanent
property of the school wining it
three times, and one cup for the play-
er scoring the largest number of
points.
Nearly 60 teams may enter the meet.
Thirty-two already have accepted,
while 25 have indicated that they may
come. Jackson, Lapeer, Grass Lake,
Wayne, and Grayling have agreed to
come sincedthe list last was published
in The Daily. Hart, Fremont, Elk
Rapids, St. Louis, and Lawton are pos-
sibilities.
Try a Michigan Daily Want Ad.
LAST DAY
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
in Thomas Dixon's
"THE FOOLISH VIRGIN"
ARCADE THEATRE
25 CENTS.

February's new records are now ca
sale at Alimendinger's Music Shop.
122 E. Liberty St. 20-tf
LAST DAY
CLARA K IMB ALL YOUN(G
in Thomas 1Dixon's
"THE FOOLISH VIRGIN"
ARCADE THEATRE
2 CENTS

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