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GERMAN CLUB NEWS.
F!layjTonlght Promises Sucess Club
The play, "Miller and Mullor,' 'to bo
presented tonight by the German Club
"promises to bo an artistic and flnan
,ciU success;- Tho advance sale of
tickots has been large, much to the
pleasure of the management
Tho furnishings and music as well
as the play are to be characteristically
German from' Die Wacht am Rheln" slb
a curtain raiser, to the close. In con
nection with the pjay a new cuBtom
is; to be originated by tho club. A
rqunlon of old members, alumnae and
others, has been planned and if it is
successful will be mrido an annual
event Some . former members, even
from other states, have signified their
Intentions of attending the first re
Tickets will be on sal call day today
at. the Temple.' Admission twenty-flve
and thirty-five : cents. The curtain
rises promptly at 8:16.
. M- Art -Lectures.
Phe following letter In regard to
Dr. Powers has been received:
My- Dear Professor Barber:
I am glad that the Art Association
lsj bringing Dr- Powers, for he will
give, them a great treat and stimulus.
From two years of association
.with Dr. Powers In the same univer
sity department, I am able to predict
that his lectures on art will prove
to be a creat treat and may be the
beginning of a great awakening. Dr.
Powers is a profound scholar, thinker
and art critic, and his work for sev
eral years has brought him into the
m6st intimate knowledge of works of
'&ti and of art schools. He is a power
ful, eloquent and incisive lecturer,
and before he gets through his hear
ers will be sitting on the 'front edge
of thair chairs. I am only sorry that
I Cannot listen to the lectures myself.
1 These lectures will be given at tho
Temple, March 4, G and 7. Season
tickets, one dollar, at Porter's Cran
cdr's, the Co-op, and the University
took stores, Very Blncerely yours,
'jj " '- ' E. A ROSS.
I Omaha Medics Elect.
After a hard and prolonged fight for
the presidency . the Senior Medical
class finally elected Geo. W. Sullivan
tb.that office. Mr. Sullivan Is a mem
ber of the Sigma Nu medical frater
nity; was captain of '.the first medic
baseball team and a member of the
The following officers were also
elected; - Vlceresiderit, Charles Lle
hr; secretary, Bret V. Bates; treasr
wern J. , F. JPremer ; sergeant-at-arms,
D. B, Mullikln.
Wisconsin practically cinched tho
-western,', basketball, championship by
defeating Chicago last week. Minne
lot! Chicago, 'Illinois and Iowa rank
ip. order named,' according to "dope."
StyliOuls ''U;!chas -,scheduled.;footbaU
games next year with Central High
School,, 'shurtleff, - Crelghton, Notre
Dame? Arkansas' Cape Girardeau and
Washington State College:
I TheilJnlverslty. of, Michigan is" tp
huiidlc.two ahneesto the. rear of the
law .building for ' the' bfeheflt of , the,
Bmokera-Movkeepthem off. thV front
steps. ' ' '-'
Donald Robertson, " the ";nbt,e.dV '32ns
lish actor, -IKcpach1 theVUnlverslty
Dramatic Cluh archlcago for Its pro-
. due.tioiff "The plght ofthe rBiirn-
Ing.Festleft , -. n t. ..u",, 5
Indiana is troubled with thieves.
Spring 1908 Models Now Ready
BtfEVER mind the weather man, the calendar says
No end to the nifty new suit models we're
showing and selling too. They're the swagger col
lege kind --so different from the other fellows.
Long graceful lapels, buttons 2 or 3 grouped
close together, deep pointed cuffs with small but
tons. Vest has patch pockets and trousers have
wide roll bottoms, welt seams, close fitting waists,
buttoned hip and watch pockets and real "peggy."
The swelle8t colorings of tans and browns you have
ever seen. Don't put it off come around and see
them. Peep into our west window. : : : :
MAGEE & DEEMER
The College Clothe People.
Members of the Michigan band pro
pose to have a band stand erected on
tho campus at Ann Arbor next spring
and to hold regular weekly concerts.
The alumni' of the University of
Pennsylvania have presented that In
stitution with a training house for the
use of the Athletic Association.
Prof. F. H. Hodder, head of the
American History department at Kan
sas University, is lecturing at Tulane
University this semester and doing
special research work.
At the University of -Michigan a
phonograph is used to train the actors
who are to give L'Avare tils spring.
Illinois has a hospital association
whoso members, by tho payment of
fifty cents a semester, are entitled
to free hospital service In case of ill-
. Three of Yale's best pitchers, Mer
ritt, Van Vleck and Dunbar, are un
der tho faculty ban.
TONIGHT AT 8:15
Grand Opera Comp'y
100 Artists and Musicians.
IN , ..
"LUCIA Dl LAMMERMOOR"
Prices $2.00 to 50c.
SAT. MAT. & EVE., FEB. 29
Mat. 50 & 25c. Eve. $1.00 to 25c.
MONDAY NIGHT, MAR. 2.
MATINEB3 P. M. BVB. 7t45&9i00
PRICES TEN AND TWENTY CENTS
EDWIN GEORGE Juggler
"EVERY DAY 18 8UN8HINE."
John J. Wilde. '
CHA8. AND MARIE HECLOW
The Big Fellow and the Dainty Little
JDRAKO 8HEEP AND D0Q8
Featuring "Raletha" Champion High
Leaping Dog of the World.
JOHNNY J. HUGHE8.
MIKE BERNARD . ,
The American Paderewskl Assisted
By Little Sunbeam.
Week CommiHg MMrfiy, Feb, 24
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FULTON STOCK GO.
Sensational Western Drama
'Evening prlcwrrrr; IScand25o
Matinee, Wed. ana Sal 16c
beataxcavd, Box office opens 11 a. m,
V. K. W. Koo, a Chinese student of
ColunibisTTJniverslty, has won a place -on
tho debating team that .is to meet '
tho Cornell' team soom
Rsturn Enitmnf-TU8Sday Night, Mch. 3-Rtnrn ENgagtMMt
Mr. Hnry W. Sayag qffmihiJGL.(SH GRAND OPERA Company and ORCHESTRA
specially organized fortfiase representations,, (n, the original New York production of
l,iit:V4 x'i-.i-'u-Ux ' Vi ; v Hill " " '
A Japanese Opera ln3 acts. Musior,by Giacomo Pucolnl, author of La Boheme" "Tesca"
Marion Leicaut fete. j Foundad oh the works 'of Jofirj Luther Long and David .Balasca.
. ,' Symphony Orchestra ,6f Flfty ' :
Seat sale Saturday, Feb. 29. Box seats $3; Lower floor $3 and $2.60; Balcony $2 mhi
$1.50; Gallery 1. No mail orders accepted for gallery seats. Mall
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rOrders with remittance now helnar raealvasl
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