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TO CHOOSE OPERA
CAST ON TUESDAY
The 1914 Union opera will get itsl
real start Tuesday night, when thel
cast will be picked. From the 40 men
who turned out at the first trial in1
December, about 25 were tentatively
chosen. From these 17 will be picked
to take the principal roles. The men'
have been working on their lines over'
vacation, and the elimination will be
especially difficult. Men who were
not at the first tryout will not be alp
lowed to enter the competition now. The
management urges all of the aspirants
to be certain of their lines before
Tuesday. Tryouts willbe held at 7:00
o'clock at the Union.
Posters must be in at the Union
before 7:00 o'clock Tuesday night.
About fifteen artists are interested in
the competition, including several men
of recognized artistic ability. The most
meritorious design will be used both
for the poster and the cover of the
score. For the last three years the
music covers have been printed in
one color, but for this year's show
three colors and black will be allowed
for both the poster and the cover.
Tryouts for the 32 chorus positions
will be held Tuesday, December 20.
Men will be judged for both singing
and dancing ability. Much of the pre-
vious ballet form of dancing
will be substituted this year
by couple dancing, including fancy
tatngo steps, and other features pop-
ular in musical comedy of the present
season.
DIRECT CHOICE SCHEME MEETS
GENERAL FAVOR
(Continued frompage 1.)
Men have secured their places on the
board by compromising themselves to
certain interests. The prosper substi-
tute is direct responsibility to the

whole campus. By means of the new
plan of public statements as a plat-
form for campus candidates to run on,
such direct campus responsibility is
made feasible. Therefore, I believe
a very promising way of taking the
board out of the dangers to which it
has been sufject in the past, is r
adoption of the systetm'of direct elec-
tion of members of the board in con-
trol."
Robert Sturtevant, '14.-"Direct stu-
dent representation is an ideal that
should be striven for in campus af-
fairs."
John Lippincott, '14.-"Anything
that seems to tend towards the goal of
student self government is a step that
should be taken."
Waldo Fellows, '14.-"If there is
enough argument to convince states to
declare for the direct election of sen-
ators, then Iam in favor of the direct
election of members of the board in
control of athletics. I think the two
cases similar."
Edward H. Saier, '15L.-"Such a
method of election would give more
direct expression of student opinion.
1That in itself would be a good thing.
If there has been any abuse in the
past there should be an attempt to
eliminate its possibility in the future.
I understand that the new plan wou'*
not cripple the effectiveness of the
board in control. by having no Varsity

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managers on it."
George H. Sisler, '15E.-"I am in
favor of the direct election plan, as it
would aim to secure more direct rep-
resentation of the student body, and
would not seem to interfere with the
present plan of student manager-
ships."
Bernus E. Kline, '14.-"How can the
students be properly represented upon
the board of control if the members
from the student body are not directly
elected by them, and directly respon-
sible to them?"
Clarence Lehr, '14L.-"I think that
the proposed system is a very good
proposition. The mode of election urg-
ed, I believe, should have been used
long ago."
James Raynsford, '15E.-"I think
that if the student members of the
board were elected by the students
that they would much better rep resenT
what the student body desired in i
matter of athletic administration. The
student members would also feel them-
selves obligated to do what the tu-
dents of the university wanted."
Arthur Kohler, '14.-"I have always
been in favor of such a system. I be-
lieve that under the present system
the students on the board in ccntrol
were entirely too independent cf stu-
dent sentiment. Under the proposed
method the three students would more
closely represent student sentimient."
George C. Paterson, '14E.-"I lelieve

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ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA ALWAYS
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Prof. Scott, official instructor for the State Normal and Cleary
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that the proposed system would result
very well. It would certainly make
the student members on the board in
control much closer to the student
body."
The following students yesterday
expressed themselves hi favor of the
direct election of board in control
members:
Karl B. Hoch, '14; Bruce D. Brom-
ley, '14; S. S. Scott, '14P; O.. W. Hall,
'15E; George Moritz, '15; H. W. Lip-
pincott, '14L; John J. Lyons, '15E;
Rockwell Gust, '14L.
BOARD DECIDESON TRACK AND
FOOTBALL DATES.
(Continued from page 1.)
not acted upon by the board. Director
P. G. Bartelme has .not completed the
list of dates as yet, and though a great'
number of the games have been ar-
ranged, it is not probable that the
schedule will be announced until it
has been entirely completed.
No definite report was submitted by
the building committete which has
charge of the erecting of the concrete
stand on the south side of the main
Ferry field football gridiron. Plans
for the stands were discussed at the
meeting, however, and the matter still
rests in the hands of the building com-
mittee.

young people of the Baptist chei at
6:30 o'clock this evening in the (rch
parlors on the subje t-.. itinop e
in Constantinople."
-Professor Emil Lorch, of the arli.
tectural department, has returned ftom
a meeting of the Association of Col-
legiate Architects at New York, wlere
he was elected vice-president of nat
organization.

-Verne Burnett, '17, brother
Burnett, '14, carved two e?
busts out of snow, one of Pr
Emeritus James B. Angell and
er of Abraham Lincoln, which
ed considerable attention. TI
were located on East Universit
site the medical building, bu
been destroyed by passing stu
--Adelphi Literary Society at i
ing last night postponed the
for the freshman debate one we
tryouts occur on January 23.
will benotmeeting next week
eount of the Michigan-North
debate.

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--Dean Karl E. Cuthe has notifleall
students enrolled in the univeity
graduate department, and who e ct
to receive their master's degreeol-
lowing the coming examination: to
pay their diploma fees at his officin
the course of the next two weeks.he
students have also been notified top-
pear at the dean's office in ordelto
find out the times set for their fal
tests.
--the "Dope Sheet" is an innovatn
that has been adopted in the foresy
department. Every student in the i-
partment as well as each class is 1
this sheet and a mark is placed do«
each time a quiz is given. It is hops
that by this means the department wi
overcome the fault found by student
that examinations come in bunches.

Two Special Sessions every Wednesday and Sat-
urday morning, 9:30 to 11:30, Special
Grand March
Wed. evening,,Jan.14 a Carnation Marc

-A collection of sketches by Ernest H.
Barnes, Ann Arbor artist, portraying
scenes along the Huron, are on exhi-
bition in Memorial hall. The exhibit,
which also includes some photographs
by Chas. S. Olcott, will remain: until
January 17.
-Prof. J. R. Allen will speak to the

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