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BAND SCORES HITII
IN SECOND CONCERT
An enthusiastic audience of 400
greeted the University of Michigan
band at its second concert of the sea-
son in Hill auditorium last night. The.
program, which consisted of classics
and ragtime, was exceedingly well de-
livered and brought forth many en-
cores.
A quartet, consisting of W. C. Breid-
enbach, '17M, D. O. Walthal, '16M, R.
H. Dimoch, and S. R. Frederickson,
'17E, rendered several pleasing har-
monies, and George J. Curry, '15M,
gave a comic interpretation of Sousa
which called forth much applause. The
descriptive fantasia, "The Haunted
House," under the leadership of Eu-
gene J. ("Ike") Fischer, was all that
the name suggests.
The next concert, which will be the
first of a series of open air entertain-
ments, will be given next Friday ev-
ening, May 15. These out-door con-
certs will be held every Friday night
for the rest of the school year.

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-H. D. Wallau, engineer of the Cleve-
land Electric Illuminating Co., will
read a paper on "Factors affecting the
cost of the kilowatt-hour," before the
Detroit-Ann Arbor section of the A. I.
E. E. at the Edison Company building
at 8:00 o'clock tonight. The public is
invited to attend.
-Prof. W. D. Henderson will address
the junior engineer class assembly, 1t
11:00 o'clock this morning, in room
348 of the engineering building.
--The last informal Fischer party fea-
tured with many musical specialties,
will be given at 9:00 o'clock tonight
at the Union.
__'ie 1912 class memorial drinking
fountain near the library, was turned
on yesterday afternoon and is now
ready. for use.
-The following officers were elected
at a meeting of the Symphonic league
held Monday night: president, Miss
Elma Smith; vice-president, Miss Kath-
erine Smith; secretary, Miss Dorothy
Moran, '14; treasurer, Miss Bess Ad-
gate.
---University hospital authorities re-
ported yesterday that J. P. Roberts,
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Thur. May 7-Jockey Scovel in
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Fri. May 8-Mary Fuller in
'The Ghost of Mother Eve'
Dollie of the Dailies No 2.
Say 9-Earl Williams in
'HER HUSBAND'
Mon.-Tues. May 1,-12-Dustin Far
uumiin THE SQUAW MAN'
'15E, who has been suffering from a
mild attack of scarlet fever, is much
improved. It is probable that Rob-
erts will be discharged from the insti-
tution in a day or two.
-The cup offered by Dean Myra B.
Jordan for the winner of the singles in
the women's tennis tournament is on
exhibition in east corridor of the libra-
ry.
Physcians attending J. P. Roberts,
'15E, who has been suffering from a
mild attack of scarlet fever, reported
that their patient was much improved
yesterday. He will be able to leave the
hospital shortly.
-Physicians attending D. M. Clark,
'1611, and C. C. Kane, '17, reported that
both men are recovering nicely from
the appendicitis operations which they
underwent last week.
PRELIMINARY CAMPAIGN FOR
UNION BEGINS IN JACKSON
No authentic reports have come in
from the Union campaign for a mil-
lion dollar club-house, which has just
been started in Jackson. The rest of
the state is being gradually organized
into committees, preparatory to the ac-
tual work of canvassing. Griffith Hay-
es, '11, is now devoting most of his at-
tention to the city of Detroit, from
which the largest returns of the cam-
paign are expected to come. Accord-
ing to a statement given out yester-
day by Homer Heath, the entire lower
part of the state will be worked over
before Commencement.
REGISTRATION FIGURES WILL
A PPROXIMAT E TOTAL OF 6200
Rough estimates of the total enroll-
ment at Michigan this year point to an
attendance of approximately 6,200. No
exact number can be given out until
Registrar Arthur G. Hall completes
the compilation of the university bul-
letin tab'les, now in process of being
prepared. The checking over of the
duplications in registration will be
completed in a short time, when defi-
nite announcement can Lie made.
STf RlTV ANT M tKES FINAL
INSPECTION OF YEAR BOOK
Managing editor Robert Sturtevant
of the Michiganensian spent the day in
Kalamazoo in response to a telegram
from the printers, Iiling Brothers Ev-

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THURSDAY
FRIDAY - -

May 9-i9

erard, asking that he make a final in-
spection of the last part of the year-
book. May 12 is the tentative date of
the annual's appearance, although it
may be found impossible to issue the
book before the end of next week.
Officers Elected by Canadian Club.
The Canadian club met Thursday
night and elected the following offi-
cers for the coming school year: Pres-
ident, R. C. Eastman, '16E; vice-presi-
dent, C. T. McIntyre, '16E; secretary,
L. D. Ostrander, '16; treasurer, E. W.
Pulling, '17; sergeant at arms and
press reporter, I. N. Cuthbert, '15E;
executive committee, N. H.EGoldstick,
'151,; and J. M. Brown, '16E. Prof. N.
L. Lloyd, of the mechanical engineer-
ing department, was elected to honor-
ary membership. Plans to boost Mich-
igan in Canada were outlined, and ar-
rangements were made to take care
of new students enrolling next, fall.
GRIFFINS INITIATE ELEVEN
MEN INTO FOLD YESTERDAY
Griffins, mighty gods of Olympus,
swooped down on the campus yester-
day afternoon . and gathered eleven
mortals into the upperclass interde-
partmental society. The chosen ones,
are: P. H. Middleditch, F. A. Bade, J.
B. Catlett, W. B. Thom, G. P. McMahon,
W. W. Schroeder, WV. E. Nye, S. W.
Field, C. L. Kendrick, A. T. Ricketts
and F. Millard.

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Beautiful Scenes--Wonderful Plotures
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MAY ROBSON
in THE CLEVER WOMAN

Mrs. Cooley will not receive univer-
sity women today.
Members of the Gamma Phi Beta
sorority cordially invite all college
women to a tea to be held at their
house this afternoon at from 4:00 to
6:00 o'clock.
MUSIC AND DRAMA
To Give Graduation Recital
Mis Marian Struble, a talented stu-
dent in the violin department of the
University school of music, will give
her graduation recital this evening at
8:00 o'clock in Frieze Memorial hall.
Her program will be as follows:
Concerto, Op. 64 ........ Mendelssohn
Allegro motte appassionato; An-
tante; Allegro motto vivace.
Prelude and Fugue, 0. minor . ... Bach
Balladand Polonaise, Op. 38 .......
...... ....Vieuxtemps

i larger crowd will be present at the
coming function.
SECOND EXHIBIT OF DEPART-
MENT DUE NEXT WEEK
(Continued from page 1)
ned an exhibit which will furnish an
unusual opportunity for study of the
operations of the modern automobile.
A complete Studebaker chassis, cut out
to show all the parts, will be in action.
Regular Krit, Franklin, Reo, Ford, and
Hudson motors will be in operation.
The largest part of the exhibition
will be furnished by the mechanical,
civil, electrical, and marine engineers,
who are planning mammoth displays.

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CHOSEN
(Continued from page 1)
$4.00, and "singles" will be sold for
$2.50. Last year about 125bcouples al-
tended, but it is expected that a much

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