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Alt Heidelberg Scores a Success.
"Alt Heidelberg" Foerster's dra
ma of student life in Germany, was
well produced by members of the
Deutscher Verein last Tuesday
evening. The success of the under
taking lay in the fact that the cast
was well chosen, each member be
ing admirably suited to his part.
The actors showed enthusiasm and
a knowledge of German life and
Miss Margaret C. Wilson de
serves much credit for her interpre
tation of the part of Kaethie, the
innkeeper's niece. The character
as portrayed showed delicacy in
handling and good judgment.
Prince Karl Heinrich, one of the
principal characters of the play,
was well done by A. J. Helfrecht. Dr.
Juettner, a role of moods and feel
ing, found excellent expression in
the person of H. L. Shryock, K.
Szlupas created a good deal of
merriment in the role of Valet Lutz,
whose conventionalities and snob
bishness were a source of laughter.
The character of Innkeeper Rueder,
in the person of J. Fine, was well
executed and brought many a roar
from a receptive house. The other
parts, while not so difficult as those
above mentioned, were played with
freedom and enthusiasm. The stu
dent scenes gave the public an op
portunity of witnessing the German
student as he actually is in his leis
ure hours. "Gaudeamus", "Alt
Heidelberg" and "l3undeslied" were
sung with the characteristic spirit of
German students. All in all, the
performance was a credit to the
Deutscher Verein, to the German
faculty, to the college as a whole,
and especially to Messrs. Mentzen
thin and Marquard, both of whom
gave much of their time for the
most successful production of the
The members of the Senate Ap
propriation Committee will visit the
We are now showing the approved styles in men's
Spring and Summer, 1913
Ready to wear suits especially made for us accord
ing to our individual models—conservative and ex
treme—by Hart Schaffner & Marx, Garson Meyer & Co.,
Peelham, all of exceptional merit, moderately priced
$12.50, $l5, $lB, $2O, $22.50, $25 and upwards
An attractive showing of Spring Overcoats, Rain
coats and Dress Suits
A large showing of handsome fabrics in made to
$lB the Suit and upwards
Hats, Imported and Domestic
$1.50, $2, $3 and $4
Shirts of merit in madras, percale, cheviot, silk and
linen mixtures and pure silk—ranging in price from
$l, $1.50 and higher.
An especially attractive showing of neckwear at 50
cents and $1
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nt these fertilization
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MODERN AND SANITAY QUALITY WORK
Agents 3 A. M. Barron J. R. Hughes G. F. Vosburg
(H. G. Hall P. J. Glessner P, M. Freer H. H. Wetzel
college on Thursday, February 20,
arriving at 10 o'clock, and will ob
serve the following schedule:
10:00-11:15 School of Agricul
11:15-12:00 General Assembly,
1:30-2:00 Home Economics,
Chemistry, Physics and Zoology.
2:15-2:45 School of Mines.
3:00-3.30 School of Engineer
The students of the college may
show their loyalty to their
Alma Mater by coming to
the General Assembly at 11:15
and at the same time giving evi
dence to the Committee of our ap
preciation of their visit.
Individual students may show
courtesy to the senators known to
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How the day's activities on the tennis court,
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evening—the plays made or missed; the
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selecting the beat implements for all Sports
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Men's Furnishings vA. G. . .
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A full assortment of College
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The habit of
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J. L. Mauthe, Student Agent
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