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I MUSIC- AND DIAMA I
Symprhony O@rchestra Cocet .
They=University Symphony Ouches.
tra under .the direction of Samuel P.'
Lockwood, will give its second a acert
p1f the school year,tomorrow night in,
the High School Hall. But two nim-
bers will make ipp te program, Beeth-
orven's wonderfully melodic sixth sm-
phony, commonly known as the "Pas-;
11rale " and Schumnkn's -concerto in A
aIninr.'Albert Lockwod wille A ,ti
~oloist., In. the symphony, te bea-
1tifulf "Anudante" _movement will be
omitted...,
The program follows:
"Symphony No. f,*F major, Op.-68
("Pastorale"}):. ... ..Beethoven
Allegro ma non troppo ("Erwacen
heiterer Empfindingeu be der Ank-
=unft auf dem Li~e) Allegro
'("Lutstiges Zusanmensein der Land-
feut&"-Allegro ("Gewitter, Sturm")
-Alegretto ("Hirt nes ang. .Fohe
und dankbare Ge fuhle ach em
Sturm"). .
Concerto, A minor, Op. 54... Shu nn
Allegro affettuoso; Intersezz% 3-
dantino g'azloso)-Alegro vilvae.
..Aert Lockwood and Orchestra...
Majestic Theater. t
The ,usual change of program will
r tape -place at the' Majestic theater to-
"morrow night and five acts-will be pre-
sented in addition to another specia1
feature in the photoplay :line.° The
moving pictures will give the familiar
story Of 'The Battle of Bunker Hll"
with all its realistic features. A one
'get farce entited 'Hogan'in Society"
will be the funmakng vehicle for the
show while Ted Bailey's statuary dogs
will -give a novel act in which beauti-
fl white setters pose tn reproduton
of famous statuary groups in whch
dogs 'appear. Nick Conway, a well
known Irish comedian, and the first
man yon:the' vaudeville -stage to 'sing
"Casey aJones," will baid for favor, while
a musical diary will be a unique ov-
elty. Musie ' will be extracted' from
M~ilk canls, pils, churns, ad even the
hind legs of mechanical ows. Thurs-
° cay rnight the famous elephant "Mn-
nie"' w1ll be here and as an extra fea-
ture .the Mihign Glee Club Qartet.
consisting of Messrs. Jacobs, Porter
Westerman and Trble will make Its
;debut on the profesisonal stage at the
Majestic theater.
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fUNIVERSITY NOTICESf
Meeting Sociology Olub, Sociology
Seminary room, Monday 7 pp.,.
Meeting Gargoyle Business. Staff,
Monday at 5 p. M.
Rifle club practice Monday from 6:30
to 8:00 p. m. Any person desiring to
jin the club may do,so at that time.,
bringing in business and profesisonal
All class basketball managers are
requested to attend.meeting in trophy
room of Waterman gymnasium at 5
o'clock Monday afternoon. Important
Omega Phi Nears 'Prof. Tley.
"German University Life" was the
subject of a talk' given before Omega
Phi yesterday afternoon by Professor
M. P. Tilley. Professor Tilley spent
about three years abroad and attend-
ed Gottingen and Leipzic. Charlotte
Pritchard sang and tea was served.

JU*AN DJAILY
LAWN PUCK CHASERS
LOSE TO ENGINEERS
iPlacing Rubber in Net Last Few v Min-
rtes o Play, Bridgt~mliders
Wlon :3-2.

LARG~E CROWD WITN77ESSED G~AME
In a game that was fast and inter-
esting from the first blowing of the
referee's whistle until the last, the
Laws went down to defeat before the
speedy bunch from the Engineering
department yesterday afternon at
Weinberg's rink.
As is evidenced by the final score
of 3 to 2, it was any one's game until
;.he end, the victorious engineers mak-
ing their final and deciding &bal but a
few minutes before time was~ called.
The fitness of the' day 'for, skatingy
drew a large crowd to the t4 k, most
of whom were interested spectators
around the Hockey pit.
The lineup:'
Eng.-Herman, goal; MLorrison
'point; E. Hughitt, cover point; Ed-
wards, rover; Crase, right wing; Viv-
ian, left wing.
Laws-Jones, goal; H: Hughitt
point; Healy, cover point; Wharton
rover; Bell, center; Scott, right wing;
3rand, left wing.
Referee-Reynolds; goal umpires-
Carpenter and Davis. Timekeep ers
Sweeney and Brown. Time of halves-
30 minutes.
The revised schedu~le follows: -Lit.
and Eng., Jan. 10 and 16; Lits and
Laws, Jan. 12 and 15; Lits and Com-
bined team, 17 and 19; Eng. and Laws
13 and 20; Laws and Coin. team, 18
and 22.
The games in which the engineering
and combined teams take part will
necessarily be played at night at Wein-
berg's. The others will be played in
the afternoon at Ferry Field. Thus
it will be possible to have two games
on the same day, thereby defeating the
weather man in his plans if he should
decide to send' warm weather.

HYAMS & McINTIRE
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1340 Say. State St. Oppos
ELBERlT iIUR31ARD TO SEND
Rumors to the effect that Miriam,
hIe daughter of E~lbert Hlubbar~d, in- 6
~ends to enter the University of Mich-
igan, have been confirmed by a letter
received by T. J. Kech
In answering the receipt- o a Michi-
gan calendar sent by Mr. Keech to the
Hubbard famnily,- Mrs.. Hubbard has&/
written that '_t is the intentioni~ of the
Roycroft Sage to send his daughter to
£hie university nlext fal1, and that the
' alendar xwas especially appropriate R u b b e
under the circumstances. It is con-qaly
sidered a compliment that Mr. Hub-dult
bard should have chosen Michigan for low, "tcu
the higher eduication, of his dau ghter fp ricesa
as he is acquainted with universities rubber b
and colleges all over the country. - .4

MACK'S
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friend
inners, l u rches or refre-h-
its. Itst room1in Iconnect ion
p,-n from 8 :1. m. to 5 p. m.; on
urda s 'till 9 p.,rn
anii ets and cu h dinners at
-r houirs by pec~ial arrange-
O~rchestra 8,1 'llrdenjs-noon.
and eve) ihiqs
SECOND)'FLOOR
'ACK & CO.
MAIN ST.

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Overture to "Tannhaeuser" .. Wagner
FIFTH CONCERT i
Saturday, May 18, 7:30 P. M.
"Samson and Delilah" .... Saint-Saens
Mr. Ellison Van Hoose, Tenor.
Mr. Herbert Witherspoon, Bass.
Choral Union.
Contralto and Baritone Soloists not
yet engaged.
There is somne doubt as to the en-
gagement of Mine. Gerville Reache as
Delilah, but Chas. A. Sink, secretary
of the School of Music, thinks that'
there is a good chance of her coming
here.
tut to make. sure of having at least
one great singer here, negotiations
have been opened with a famous Ger-
man 'contralto to take Mmne. Reache's
place. should she find it impossible to
come.
IThe announcement differs in but one
respect from its forerunners, in that
over four pages are devoted to a de-
scription of the Stearns' Collection of
Musical Instruments in the University
Museum.
Fill Vacancey In Union Office.
Carlisle Ferguson, '12 L, was yester-
day elected law vice-president of the
Michigan Union by the board of di-
rectors. Ferguson will fill the vacan-
cy caused ,by Robert Tipping,. '12 L
who was recently called home by the
death of his father.
PRES. BENTTON SPEAKS A~T
WESLEYUN GUJILD T) TNIG~HT.
President Guy Potter B1enton, of the
1Unive'rsity of V ermont, will speak be-
fore the Wesleyan Guild at 7:30 o'clock
this evening at the M. E. Church. H~
is one of the strong educators of the
country and was recently called to
Vermont from Miami University. AI
Princeton is having considerable
diffiulty in -securing heavyweight
wrestlers,
THAT VACATION JOB.
A bunch of good men hiave already
.enrolled with Mr. Smithson. Get in on;
it 'sen, it's worth while. 503 EI. Wil-
liam. 77

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Junior Uits Scorn~ Zero Weather
The junior lis took Father Time by
the forelock yesterday afternoon and
donniing July attiredanced and made
merry in real summer style. White
flannel. trousers, n~egligee shirts and
tennis blouses~ gave the a.ffair thie at-
mnosphere of a summer resort gather-
ing. About a hundred and fifty mem-,
bers of the class attende.~
Chas. Ford, '12 E, Contr'acts Fever,
Charles NV. Ford, formerly a mem-
ber of the '12 E, who left college last
year to take up a position, as engineer
in Brazil, is -severely ill with yellow
fever and, was forced to give' up his
work and enter a hospital. Ford ha,
a 'brother in 'the univ'ersity, Ma~~rhal'
Ford, who is a' member of the 1913 lit-
erary class.
Club House Will Soon be Completed
Following the regular business, somc
of the retring officers addressed th(
Imeeting and explained in some detai
the exact condition of the association
While the prospects for the track tears
are n~ot over promnising still the sprin:
bids' fair to see some interesting con
tests. Also it is hoped that basebal
will be-run to better advantage and -a
the present time, the outlook~ point.
toward this.
The new *clubhouse at Ferry flW
is nearly completed and at piresent I:
is nearly paid for. As soon as thi
building is finished, the- debt will b(
cancelled',qnd there , will then be
goodly sum in the treasury. Under
the contracts with the architects, thc-
last payments on the structure cannot
be made' until sixty'd'ays' after its coin-I
pletion and it is because of this claus~e
that the association has not settles.
the matter before th~is time.

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sole an rc
duck foot a
only $2.98.

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that is sold regularly
Other men 's and boys"
fers and .Aretics at pri
tionately low.
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The Wear-U-Well
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Over sevent~y senior medics 41
.heir first class smoker 'whit
field at the Michigan Union las
ng. H. A. Tash acted as toasts
)r. Ruben Peterson spoke on.
;erne question in which he isI
arly interested. Doctors Va
-anfield and Hewlett a.nd oth~er
)ers of the medical faculty res
,o toasts. Besides the regular
)ers. of the class, heads of the h1
,ilinic. and assistants were pres
Awakened Rameses Souvenir
and Sheet Music for sale at Sct
le & Son's, 110 S. Main St.
Hockey players will find a sl
. ssortment of sticks at Wahr'
versity Bookstore. 7
BESSIMER'S GRILL Charcoa
ed Porterhouse Steaks, 113 W.
St., upstairs, 'opposite Interurba
tion. 69

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