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Some material for the Christmas cel-
ebration, to be held at the Union Wed-
nesday night, December 18, has al-
ready been received by the committee.
The competition willbe open until
Monday night at 6:00 o'clock for those
who wish to submit minstrel scena-
rios, jokes, or musical numbers. The
committee wishes to receive as many
scenarios as possible, and will select
the best parts of each for the final
Aspecial stage will be erected, and
nearly 25 men will participate. The
usual minstrel methods will be em-
ployed, with prominent campus com-
edians taking the parts of end men
and interlocutor. Parodies on popular
songs, and numerous melodies of a
local significance will be used as well
as available jokes. Men who have ap-
peared in operas, and in comedy roles
of other productions will become
Two performances will be given,
one probably beginning at 8:00 o'clock
and the other after an intermission.
Between the two performances a short
program will be provided. Although
the numbers have not been entirely
arranged, it is probable that a sleight-
of-hand act will be provided. Popular
legerdemain will make up the act. The
other act will probably be a rapid car-
toon event, in which the artist will de-
pict prominent campus characters
with charcoal on a large chart.
Other features will be provided in
addition to the regular program, in
the nature of lighted Christmas trees,
and a distribution of Yule-tide re-
No admission will be charged, and
the management wishes to make the
event serve as an opportunity for men
to gather before breaking up for the
iII - IGHlT IDANCE COMM4ITTEE
WILL D)RAFT RESOLUTIONS.
Resolutions representing student
sentiment regarding mid-night dances
will be drafted at a committee meet-
ing at the Union this afternoon at 5:00
o'clock. It is probable that recom-
mendation to abolish all mid week
dances will be made, but week ends
will be allowed the present freedom.
The committee consists of Robert
Sturtevant, '14, representative from
the literary department and Michi-
gamua. J. Herbert Wilkins, '14, rep-
resents Druids and Sphinx; Morris
Lohman, '15M, medical department
and Griffins; Frank Murphy, '14L, law
department and Barristers; Alfred 0.
Williams, '14E, engineering depart-
ment, Triangles, Vulcans.
MANY CLIMES SEND MEN TO STU-
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land and five of her possessions, with
but a single representative in the great
cosmopolitan multitude, which goes
to make up the student body on the
banks of the Huron.
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The enrollment of the university is
increasing at the rate of seven per
cent a year, which is drawn almost im-
partially from both east andalest. The
eastern section of the country is send-
ing a greater quota of students than
ever before. The prime reason for
the comparatively great influx from
the east is accounted for by the fact
that the fees of the University of Mich-
igan are lower than those of any east-
ern institutiton of learning.
Illinois club will hold a smoker at
the Union December 8.
Old fashioned box social at McMillan
hall tonight at 8:00 o'clock. Every-
body is invited, girls bring box lunch-
and learn to Ban
Private lessons by appointment
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Dec. 3.-Union membership dinner.
Dec. 4.-1916 lit dance.
Dec. 6.-Junior lit breakfast-dance.
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Nov. 28.-Junior law dance at the
Nov. 28.-Children's party of the Wom-
en's league at the Barbour ,gymna-
Nov. 29.-Soph lit Recuperation Par-
ty in Barbour gymnasium at 2:30
Dec. 1.-Newell Dwight Hillis in Uni-
Dec. 1.-1916 medic dinner.
Dec. 1.-Penn men smoker.
Dec. 1.-Twilight organ recital by
Earl V. Moore in Hill auditorium at
4 :15 o'clock.
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University School of Music
Albert A. Stanley, Director
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A School of Music which offers courses in all branches of music of
Students may take regular courses leading to graduation, or they may
e such subjects as they desire, without reference to graduation.
If you are interested in studying some branch of music, please call at
office and get a copy of the school catalogue which gives full inform-
n. CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
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