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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1912.

E. CHESS AND CHECKER CLUBS
INDULGE IN REAL CONTEST.
er
The Chess and Checker club has
et- purchased seven new sets of chess men

s at
J are
and

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local club,
Mr. E. B.
rary mem-
that they
exhibition1

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through

NOTED LECTURER TO APPEAR
ON CERCLE FRANCAIS COURSE
M. Louis Delamarre, national secre-
tary of the Alliance Francais of Art, "r-
ica, will lecture here Tuesday night in
Sarah Caswell Angetl Hall on 'te Ro-
man Feuilleton." Mr. Delamarre is at
present engaged in a lecture tour of
the United States' in the course of
which he will appear before most of
the branches of the organization. Ad-
mission to the lecture, which is the
third on the regular Cercle course, will
be by the course ticket or by separate
ticket. It will start at 8:00 o'clock.
FAMOUS QUARTET.
APPEARS MONDAY
Flonzalev Men to Fill Fourth
Number in Choral Union
Series
ORUxANIZATION FOUNDED IN 1903.
The Flonzaley Quartet will make its
fourth appearance in Ann Arbor, when

come

OPERA CLUB TO
BECOME REALITY.

SOLICIT IRISH PLAY
Faculty Men of English
Want Performance
For the third time the
have been extended an
come here, and now it i
men of the English dep

offer, then the W
them to come, an
tion for the favor
been sent out by 1
lish.
"We have a pE
with the Women'
fessor Strauss, in
ter, "If .the playe
quite possible tha
responsibilities."

a solicita,
rmance has
ors of Eng-

k

>mmittee Chosen at Yester-
dav's Meeting to Draft
Constitution .

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it

and MUST SUBMIT WORK BY MARCH 31
Backed by distinguished local musi-
cians and men of recognized literary
s in ability among the students and faculty,
class the University of Michigan Union Op-
t the era Club became a practical reality
MIlch- yesterday.
e ac- The primary purpose of the organi-
y 15. zation will be to improve the annual
rs to Michigan Union show, and, this will
be done by bringing the men interested
hers in the opera into closer contact and
tures sustaining the interest in the show
throughout the year. The promoters
buted of the club were invited to lunch at
a the the clubhouse yesterday by the Michi-
and gan Union officials for the express pur-
who pose of considering the opera club
slips suggestidn. It met with unanimous
laced favor among the guests, and the meet-
hall, ing resulted ip the appointment of a
lding committee to draw up a constitution
leer- and by-laws for the government of the
organization. This document will be
:hose submitted to the Michigan Union board
Olf of of directors, and if accepted, members
r the will be selected at once and the club
ne of will start arrangements for next year's

ruary
reply

it plays on the Choral Union course in
University Hall nqxt Monday night.
The previous tours of America have
been eminently successful, but if crit-
icisms to for aught, this year promises
to exceed even past successes. On its
previous appearances in Ann Arbor,
the Quartet won the highest praise and
admiration of the Choral Union pa-
trons and for that reason, they weref
engaged again this year, as the fourth
number on the series.1
The organization has a history that
is interesting, to say the least. Found-
ed privately in 1903 by M. de Coppet
of the Flonzaley villa, Lake Geneva, its
fame spread so rapidly that public con-
certs were at once demanded. It is
now independent, and devotes its whole
time to ensemble playing. The person-
nel comprises Adolfo Betti, Alfred Po-s
chon, Ugo Ara, and Iwan d'Archam-
beau.

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opera.
The committee
the proposed con
of the following
interested in the

STUDENT S
WHITE

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i to draw up
is composed
o have been
during nast

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he identity of Blish, Carlisle Ferguson,Phillip Fletch-'
is called to er and Francis Riordan.
>ts of persons Chang3 Suggested in Opera Date.
1 may be de- Much discussion has been aroused
the names of recently in regard to the advisability
on the back. of changing the date of the opera. The
s of the clasF question was considered at the lunch-
t dropping ir ion yesterday and the opinion prevail-
ad of others," d that the time of holding the show
:oover yester- should be in the spring immediately
n all. Snap- preceding the vacation. At this time
aper make the there is usually a lull in university ac-
would prefer tilIties and there would be the added

Ar
NEW YORK, N. Y., Jan. 20.-Thanks the
to the efforts of his son, who is a stu- wa
dent at the University of Michigan, on
Charles M. Olsen, of Portland, Ore., soc
was prevented from sailing on the
French liner La Bretagne in search of CO
a hidden treasure and the rescue of a
beautiful senorita. Olsen, Sr., had laid
reason to the winds when a letter from I
Spain telling him that a fortune await- loc
ed him across the water, and he pro- va:
ceeded to take the next train for New ve:
York City. His son who is taking a a
law course at Ann Arbor, had heard pe
about the old bunco game, however. ad
and with the assistance of detectives he

mand it. The
we get all the

advantage to the writers of the books ' succeeded in locating his father in the
and lyrics of being together and not act of sailing for Europe. Mr. Olsen
separated as they are under the pres- was finally convinced that he was up
ent system. Heretofore the books have against a clever swindle that was all
been written in the summer but if the but white-whiskered, and returned to
(Ccntinued on page 4.) Portland.
500 CAR COYLES

f the Dental
merican Uni-
t the Dental
visitors will
e thoroughly
of the school
gements have
.e representa-

da Frates is presented to members o
the university cosiopolitan clubs by
being entitled to wear a Corda Fratei
pin and receive a certficage of mem
bership, which will be universally rec
ognized. Each club will be an integra
t ranch of an international society com-
prised of a membership of severa
thousand.
Prescott Club, to Dance Friday.
A dance will, be given by the Pres
cott club, a society composed of phar
mics and chemists, in Barbour gymna
sium next Friday evening frm eigh
until eleven thirty o'clock. Fischer'
orchestra will furnish music and re
freshments will be served.

Sold in ive Hours
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of St. John's Church, Detroit, Speaks to Men on

"THE DEBTS YOU WILL PAY"

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