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March 30, 1912 - Image 4

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THU MICHIGAN DAILl

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MEN OF TWENTY LANDS WILL
GATHER AROUND DINING BOARD

Cosmopolitan Club Members
Banquet Characteristic of
Organization's Ideals

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Established 1872

We Solicit Your
Correspondence

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High-Class
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Men of twenty lands will participate
in the Peace dinner to be given by the
Cosmopolitan club in Newberry hall
tonight. The gathering will be char-
acteristic of the peace propaganda be-
ing carried on by the club.
The seven courses, composing the
repast, are novelties of the culinary
art. Savory dishes will be concocted
by native chefs from 'receipts of the
cookery lore of five races. Many of the
formulae date their origin to barbaric
antiquity, and some of the delicacies
will be composed of rare, imported in-
gredients.
An added inovation will be the ab-
sence of all customary speechmaking,
and the diners will be entertained
with exhibitions of oriental magic, jug-
glery and music.
STUDENTS'WITH ENTERTAINING
ABILITY URGED TO COMPETE,
Posters are Circulated by Michigan Un-
ion Asking Entertainers to
Enter Contest.
Posters *urging students who can
write, dance, sing, speak or entertain
in any way to enter the contest for
parts in the Michigan Union entertain-
ment for the Seventy-fifth Anniversary
guests, have been put out by the com-
mittee in charge.
"Wc wv'h that everyone would enter
the contests, especially those who can
write, but the standard has been set
at a high mark" said general chair-
man Jacob Crane. "We will only ac-
cept the best material as the produc-
tion will occupy a unique position in
relation to the other functions that
have been planned, and it is necessary
that we stage a clean, high class
show.,
A number of students have already
entered the contest.Two organizations,
The Michigan Daily and the Cosmopol-
itan club will enter skits, which if
accepted, will be presented by the
members of the respective organiza-
tions.
DEAN VAUGHAN RETURNS FROM
LECTURE TOUR IN TWO STATES
The American Medical Assocation
has detailed a physician in each state
to lecture in adjoihing states on sub-
jects relating to the prevention of dis-
eases. Dean V. C. Vaughan, who was
appointed in Michigan, returned yes-
terday from a lecturing trip through
Illinois and Wisconsin.
In the interest of the association,
Dr. Harty, of Indiana, will speak in
this city on April 24; Dr. Fabill, of Ill-
inois, on May 1; and Dr. Ravenel, of
Wisconsin, on May 8.
Pro. Wilgus Will Meet Classes Again.
Prof. H. L. Wilgus, of the law de-
partment, who has been ill. with a se-
vere cold for several days, will be able
to meet his classes on Monday.
"Cap" Ranney is Back in City.
"Cap" Ranney, '10 E, is in town for
a short visit, arriving last night from
Greenville where he is engaged in
business.

MUSIC AND DRAMA
Mr. Dotterweich's Recital.
Henry James Dotterweich gave his
second complimentary recital of the
season last evening in Frieze Memori-
al hall, before an audience not large,
but amply appreciative of a deeply en-
joyable concert.
A program made entirely.of the pi-
ano works of Brahms is an ordeal well
calculated to try the resources, tech-
nical and interpretative, of any artist.
Mr. Dotterweich played with real mas-
tery in both aspects. He has made
vast progress in finish of phrase, in va-
riety and richness of tone; and as al-
ways, he commands a wonderfully ex-
tended sostenuto. His interpretations
are sympathetic and full of emotional
nuance.
NEW INSTRUMENT ADDED TO
MECHANICAL LABORATORIES
An instru~ment for measuring the
amount of smoke in power house
chimneys was added to the mechanical
laboratories yesterday. The smoke is
drawn in through a tube attached to
the chimney to be measured, and then
driven through a drying chamber con-
taining sulphuric acid. From here it
is pumped by means of an hydraulic
pump, through a small orifice, upon a
cardboard cylinder. The density of the
smoke line registered on this cylinder
gives the amount of smoke given off
by the chimney.
HIGH SCHOOLS TABOO MEECTS IN
ANN ARBOR.
(Continued from Page- r.)
New Officers are Chosen.
An amendment to the constitution to
allow schools to give sweaters to the
athletes was voted down. The officers
for the ensuing year were elected as
follows: J. B. Edmonson, Jackson,
president; A. A. Smalley, Ann Arbor,
vice-president; G. G. Bechtel, Detroit
Central, secretary and treasurer.
The Schoolmasters', club and the
Academy of Science will conclude their
sessions today. A commercial con-
ference and round table conference
will be conducted by the schoolmasters
and the scientists will hold a section
of economics at 9 o'clock this morn-
ing in the Economics building.
The principal speakers of the morn-
ing session yesterday of the School-
masters were: Miss Sarah Louise Ar-
nold, dean of Simmons College,Boston;
Dean M. E. Cooley of the ngineering
department, and Prof. Bradley M.
Thompson, of the law department. H.
N. Chute, of Ann Arbor, was elected
president, Caroline Britten, Jackson,
vice-president and L. P. Jocelyn, Ann
Arbor, secretary and treasurer.

Uncle

Tom's

Cabin

With all the added features that have made this con
Stetson's Military Band dnd Colored Drum Corps, 2 "Top
trio "Marks," Grand Transformation Scenes and Mecha
Jubilee Singers, Cakewalkers, Buck Dancers, Bloodhl
Picking Scenes, Floats and Tableaux drawn by small Sb
Wateh for the Big Parade, the "Barnum of The
Prices, 25-35-50
Seat Sale Mi

Tuesday, April 2
Leon W. Washburn offers
STETSON'S
Big Spectacular Propuction of

New

SPECIAL

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The Daily

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5.00 for four weeks,
Strict Cleanliness."

$1.00
For the rest of the year

Book and Iyr
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Music by W. R. Williams
WIRr
Mr. Ray Raymond

Supplies

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lots of cle
s of entran

W. S. Chapman
Spike
is used to cornplete the Union
cific Railroad. We do not
ow the, value of the Gold Spike
ed for this purpose, but we do
ow that BAGLEY'S GOLD
3IKE is the BEST Cigarette
obacco in the world,
Made from the finest leaf
grown in Virginia and North
Carolina, carefully -elected
and blended by men with a
half century of experience.

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES

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1912

Senior engineer dues must be paid
by tonight. Dues will be received in
engineering society rooms until 5:00
o'clock.

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IF

PACKAGE

TRY IT

CAN YOU DISTING UIS BETWEEN WHAT
I S GOOD AND WHAT LOOKS GOOD.
It is our aim to make this store more than simply a place to
purchase clothes.
To this end we have studied.tailoring, fabrics and style.
We believe that the doubting man, or the man who lacks te-
chnical knowledge can gain a great deal by getting acquainutd
with us.
Our "Adler Bros." clothing embodies the best the world
has to offer in the tailoring, fabrics and style.
You will undoubtedly be gratified with what knowledge you
gain from a visit to us.

Send "en
'fo !Rster I
After all, "sweets to the sweet,.
is bent.
Fancgee-gaws and pretty '-ubles
take a b ck seat whea a lxux of
puts in its appearance.
Th,--, t, thiese daitraty -infect ioins
convey a se te t ' a's " ly
lacking in v ha.L 'rcr d, you may
send or give her.
Put u in 1, 3 ani 5-pound
boxes- thezcst r. ac i t packages,
imaginabe.
Give us yo rorders to-day-NOW!
HUYLER'S always fresh. If you're
out of th..e ci:v ivc j exprnss it to you.
Agents For
Ann Arbor

Easter Perfumes
All the flower odors that
belong to pring.
Violet, Lilac,. Lily of
the Valley, Arbutus,
Crab Apple, etc.
50c an ounce
Toilet Waters

FASTER

Of course she e,

of

w

for ;aster.

Violet, Lilac,
Apple, Rose,
etc.

Crab
Clover,

or let us send it by Express.
Easter Post Cards
Dainty remembrances for

25c per boille and up

friends. Select them

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RE ULE,

For the

extra good things,

CONLIN

& FIE GEL
200-202 South Main Street

Dean

& Co.,

CALKI NS'S

324 St. ate St.

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214 S. PlA i3

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