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' THEMICHIGAN DAILY

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Telephonme 151.

CALENDAR.
April 2--Fencing Toarnamoent.
April 4-Rocky Miiintain Club Party.
April 9-WomnasLecaguc Leap Year
poarty.
April 9, S p. m.-Lectuire by Prof. Van
'Tync on "A Trip tDown the Dan-
u:be," at Sarah Caswell Angell
Hail.
As antihruoological tripo throosgh the
W~est is b~ein:g lannled by a Harcardl
pirofessor, Or. XW. C. Fiarabee. Hc will
conidoct a party wichebwill visit the
tohokia mndi:igroup:, the modern
Puebilos it northerno Arizona and New
Mexico, the tranid Casio::, the shell
formations of California anod the Cana-
diani Rockies.
Menmhers :of the eingineering faculty
and the enlgineoering stu:dents them-
selves constriueted miniature models
lit the steam lahoratory and the earn-
pus5 at the tUniversity of Wisconsin.
'These models are floe the exhibit at
St. Louis, soil are ciomplete in every
detail.
1904 LIT MEETING.
The meeting ofthIe senior lit class
which was called for yesterday after-
noon toi discu:ss thoeeap and gown
quest ion, was polstpolnedI to this morn-
in:g at 9 o'clock.
STUDENT VOLUNTEERS.
'The Student Volointeer Band will
hold a special meeting tonighil at 7
o'elocks shari: in rooin C, University
Hail. Everybody invited to: come ou:t
amid hear abiouti"Some results of the
Missi:oary Enterprise."
GLEE CLUE NOTICE.
Clee Club meeting in room C, Uni-
versity Bail, Saturday afternoon, 1:30.
PARKER.

EASTER SONG SERVICE.
Elaborate preparations are being
made for a service of sng Sunday
morning (Easter) at the Unitarian
church. The regular choir consisting
of Miss Laurel Thayer, soprano; Miss
Louise Stretch, alto; Dr. J. B. Pollock,'
tenor. and Mr. C. D. Frank, bass, will
hr asisted by Miss Ribet of Ypsilan-
ti, Mrs.5Hastreiter, Miss tDepew, so-
prano, Mr. Benbeau, tenor, Mr. Ellis,'
baritone; Mr. Edon Sunderland, vio-
lieist, an:d Mr. Ericcson, organis. The
program follows:
Prel ude-Schubert's, Aend Lied for
Violin and Organ.
Mr. Sunderand and Miss Snithk
Easter Caro-Alieln::s. It. .owe
Unitarian Choir.
With Verdure Clad.......Hayden
Miii RibeL.
Anthem-Break orth Into Joy..
Rogers ...C..Uitario Chir
Response-Holy, Holy, Holy... Shelley
Soprano Obligato, Miss Rile, Chior.
T Hark, Hark, My Soul...Chadwick
Alo Solo, Miss Sretch and Double
Quartete.
Lift Up Your Glad Hearts.... Dresser
Soprano: Solo, Miss Thayer and Choir
Recessional-f(Kipling .... DeKoven
Baso Slo, Mr. Frank and Doube
Quartette.
Postlude ............. Bach
Mr. Ericson.
BAPTIST SONG SERVICE.
Sunday fEaser night at te Ba-I
isi chorh, th~e choirs 'of the Baist
sod Unitarian churches will unite in
a reniditionoflo Duley Bucks Sarei
tantsia, "The Bory of the trss.
The various lantssill lbe taieby
Miss Laurel Thayer and Noss Elza-1
both Camiohell, soplraos; Miss Esher
Selzer soil Miss Louise Srech, al-
los; Mr. Barn:es sod r. Polock, in-
ors; Mr. Frederic( TDaley, larione,
and Mhr. Coman I). Frank, bass.
When in need of a brass or iron bil
r a compe-te bedr-oomo suit with a
comfotalie siring sod nmatress, tee
wou:ldilike ito have the chancet-of
showing you: what we can offer. Our
assormsent is good:i soi the prices al-I
satisfactoiry. This appllies als: to the
paror sod dining room furitre aii
we can frankly say that it is te arg-
-'orline that we have ever shown and
in price more reasonable.
Respiectfully,
MARTIN HALLER,
13-34 112, 114 and 116 E.. Liberty.
In fairness to me, please sate in
your paper, that it was not:1n em-
count of the size of 0:anger's Acaie-
my that the freshman banqe was
held in the Barbour gym. Since the
academy has been enlarged, for hn-
dred persoins ran be seaed st anqet
table, andl eighty couples, if fair dan-
cers, would find plenty of room on
the dancing flor.
t3 ROSS GRANtER.
NOTICE.
Pennhylvanla students are requested
to attend meeting of Keystone Club in
Newberry Hall, Saturday at 1 a. m.
Sudents-Earn good money during
vacation. Trading Stamp proposition,
worth $3.00 to $10.00 a day. Exclusive
territory in each of 23 different states
available. Call and see me. F. J.
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