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THI DAILY NIBRXIKAN
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Mdn.TTues.7-Wed.T- Apr)! 6-7.fc
JULIE RINQ & CO.
In "The Man 8ho Met"
' LOCKHART & LEDDY
In "A Brave Attempt at Suicide"
Four Part Masterpiece
"A CELEBRATED CASE"
Three Shows Dally 2r 7 & 9
Mat. All Scats 10c Night 16o
Thurs.; Frl.f Sat, April 9-10-11
Assisted by Mabel Russell
WILLA HOLT WAKEFIELD
DR. CARL HERMAN
Assisted byCorrlnnc Sales
LOUIS J. WIN8CH AND
' THE RICCI TRIO
Night 8M5. Prices 15, 25, 35, 50, 75c
Try Our Luncheonettes
-- Thoy are always -the best- -
"Wo eiorvo hot and cold
drinks all winter long.
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
Southwest Corner 14th O 8treet
Elective courses leading to tho
University decrees of S. T. B
A.M., and PbrD. Students pay-
ing..thn.full fee may take with-
out extra charge appropriate
courses offered In the Graduate
School of Arts and Sciences and
in Andovor Theological Sem
inary. J5!or particulars address
The Dean of tho Harvard Divin
ity School, 4 Divinity Library,
The University of Chicago
ia addition to resident
"lion by corns poadeocaT
For defied ta
.UodYMr U.efC.(W iDCUcfo.DJ.
' Throo-year courso leading to degTCO of
Doctor of Law (J. -D.),- which; .by tho
Quarter syfltem, may bo completed In two
and ono-rourtn calendar, years, uoiiego
education required for regular admission,
ono year of law bolng counted toward col
Itsgo degree X.w library of 39.000 volumes.
The Summer Quarter offers special op
portunities to students, teaonersj
Flratlerm "1914; Jiine 15-uly 22
Second term July 23-August 28,
Courses open In all Departments of tho
Unjyorslty during tho -Summor Quarter.
iot Announcomont aaarcsa
DEAN OF LAWSCHOpL,.THE UNI
.VER8ITY OF CHICAGO
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Tho following is a summary of the
HarkBon,JEJil Gam 5 points
Reavls, Phi Dolt '..3 points
Brown-Llnstrum 2 points
Alpha Thet-Phi Delt 1 point
Time, 7 1-5 seconds.
-Mycrr-Slg-Alph .5 -points.
VIdal, Phi Delt 3 points
O'Brlan, Phi Gam .2 points
Reavls, Phi Dolt i 1 point
Height, 5 feet 7 inches.
Myers, Sig Alph 5 points
Israel, Alpha; Thet." 3 points
Mlllor, Sig Alph 2 points
Vldal, Phi Delt 1 point
Height, 9 feet, 7 inches.
Myrs, Sig Alph 5 points
O'Brlan, Phi Gam 3 points
Gllligan, Phi Dolt 2 points
Reavls, Phi Delt 1 point
Distance,, 41 foot, 1 inch:;
, Fence Vault.
Myers, Sig Alph 5 points
tHarkson, Phi Gam 3 points
Llnstrum, Pi Dolt 2 points
Sig Alph-Phi Dolt
Height, 6 feet G Inches. ""-
First thrco places; 6 points
Phi Delt r.n . .i ., . r. 3 points
RedvlBIMtnTm-Reavis ... .2 points
Miller, Sig Alph . lipoint
Wherry, Beta 5 points"
Smith, jAlpha Thet 3 points
Scottx Phi Gam 7. . .7. . 77..2 points
Horney, Sig Alph ....1 point
Time, 3 1-5 seconds.
First 10 points
Alpha Theta Chi
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Third .3 points
Phi Delta Theta ,
Sig AJph 10 points
Alpha Thet 5 points
The Bonapartlst party of France Is
rejolclna oVer the arrival of a prlnco
Imperial. Prince Victor Napoleon,
head of the Bonapartlst house, It the
happy fatherjof .a; son borfl recently
o his wlfe,""who was the Prnes
Clementine of Belgium!
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crat and served as speaker of the
JUNIOR QIRL9 RECEPTION
AT GOVERNOR'S MAN8ION
Black Masques Entertain 8aturday
A large number of junior girls was
jpresent-at-tho Black Masquprecop-
tion last Saturday afternoon at tho
governor's mansion. " "Mrs, Morehead?
Bess Rogers and Gladys Bunt wore in
the receiving line. Music and a gen
eral social time was spent. Dainty
refreshments wore served 111 tho dining-room,
Band to State Farm.
The University Cadet Band will
10 o'clock. Besides tho members of
the Band, a number of followers are
expecting to mako tho trip.
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TO BE HELD TODAY
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upon, but this mot With much opposi
tion because of its conflicting with
oxamB. Somo of tho more capablo
members pf tho class could not tako
part If tho'play wore hold at that tlmo.
If the play Is given May 8th it will
roqulro four jveoks of hard work from
tho cast, but thoy prefer that to drag
ging It out over six weeks.
to pay their assessment of $2.00 each.
In return for tills thoy will rocelvo
two tickets to tho play. Tho financial
condition of tho class 1b such that tho
paymont of this assessment is abso
lutely necoBsary In ordor that tho class
may leavo school free of debt. It is
probable that some arrangement will
bo mado with tho flnanco offlco where
by this assessment may bo paid thcro
Tit thosamo-timo-that-thcr $5 diploma
fees aro paid.
CLAIM THAT HOUSE
RULE8 ARE TOO STRICT
8ororlty Girls Will Discuss House
Rules and House Adminis
Tho Intor-sororlty Council will moot
this evening at .6 o'clock in tho ban
quet hall of tho Temple. Houso rules
jmmLJioubo .administration will bo dis
cussed. Many of tho girls object to
thopreBcnt house rules, as thoy claim
thoy restrict their personal liberty
and that thoy are obliged to do things
that thoy would not do in their own
The now houso administration plan
-wilL mean. a. definite placing of all
financial responsibility of tho differ
ent chapters. This will tend to cut
down expenses so that the alumni
members will not have to bo called
upon to make up tho deficit at tho ond
of tho year.
Extravagance in tho entertainment
of rushees will also bo considered and
sentiment is against giving elaborate
luncheons and dinners.
All""tho-chapcrones--of- the -various
houses will bo present at this moot
ing. Northwestern Seniors Have Prom Thai
la Not a Prom.
A formal party is to bo given by tho
seniors of Northwestern University
on May tho first at which thoro will
jbojno grand march. Tho reason for
doing this is that thoro has been con
siderable trouble In the past as to who
should bo tho leader of tho grand
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distinctive styles and
and good service
march, and this plan Is bolng adopted
to eliminate this point of contention.
Tho course, .taken, is n now ono, In tho,
history of, sonlor formal parties.'
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