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MUSIC AND DRAMA.
Historical Recital Wednesday.t
Albert Lockwood 'will give the fifth
of the historical recital series on
Wednesday afte'rnoon at 415 in the
High School auditorium.
The program will be as follows:
Toccata G major.........Scarlatti
Siciliano, F major........Scarlatti
Sonata, G minor (Tausig)...Scarlatti
Sonata, F minor (Tausig)..Scarlatti
Pastorale, E minor (Tausig) . Scarlatti
Capriccio, E major (Tausig) Scarlatti
Sonata Opus 101........Beethoven
Allegro ma ;non troppo; Vivace alla
Marcia; Adagio ma non troppo;
Polonaise Phantasie, Opus, 61, Chopin
Barcaolle Opus 60........,..Chopin
Two Etudes from Opus 25.....Chopin.
CHICAGO ALUMNI WILL HOLD
ANNUAL BANQUET SATURDAY
Ex-Governor Chase S. Osborne Will
Speak And Many Other Prominent
Men Are to Attend.
Chase S. Oborn, ex-goveror of this
state, and Patrick H. Kelley, congress
man at, large, will be the principal
speakers at the third annual banquet
of the Chicago alumni at the Black-
stone hotel on Saturday night. Gov-
ernor elect Dunne will send the us-
ual message from Illinois, and Marquis
Eaton, the president of the. society,
will act as toastmaster.
George B. Cadwell, the former pres-
Ident of the society, has charge -of the
banquet preparations. Other alumni
interested in the affair who are giv-
ing their services to make the banquet
a success are George R. Sims, Fred-
i~ck R Fenton, Paul }B. Kqugh, Dr.
Morton C. Tilden, Homer E. Tinsman,'
and William L. fark
LEAGUE ADOPTS A NEW PLAN
FOR ANNUAL AY FIELD DAY
Plans have been adopted by the
Women's League to materially change
the program of the annual women's
field day on Palmer field in. May. The
usual routine of sports will dominate
te day, but the evening,rogram has
been altered. Instead of the class af-
fairs formerly presented at this time,
a large pageant in which the women
of all classes will participate, will be
offered at a nominal fee. It is hoped
to raise a sufficient sum to pay off the
remaining debt now owed on Palmer
WOMEN'S DRAMATIC CLUB IS
PLANNED BY SENIOR CASS
6onmittee Appointed to Take Up the
Matter With Women's League
and the Faculty.
Definite plans are being worked out
by the women of the senior class to
establish a dramatic club. The idea
of this organization is to take charge
of all dramatic productions offered
bthe women from time to time and
to encourage such work among the
women. The club unlike the Mimes,
the opera organization of the Union,
will not specialize in any one branch
The committee of the senior class
has submitted the matter to the Wom-
en's League, which will take up the
proposition. The scheme i to allow
thle club to elect its own officers, al-
though it is to be a regular standing
committee of the league and subject
to the league rules.
:After a conference of the committees
of the senior women' and the Women's
League, the matter is to be submitted
to the non-athletic committee for their
sanction. If these plans culminate
successfully a dramatic club for wom-
en under the supervision of the Wom-
en's League, will be a .reali.ty.
The committee from the Wonen's
League is composed of Dean MyTa B.
Jordan, Mrs. W. G. Stoner, Mrs. J. A.
Effinger; and the committee of senior
women is composed of: Margaret Cam-
eron, Louise Conklin, and Elaine
This Time With the Complete New York Daily Theatre Cast -and
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WILLIAM A. BRADY--L'td., PRESENTS THE
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FRIDAY NIGHT, JAN. 24
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Matinee and Night, Sat. .25
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LN DELIVERS HIS
LECTURE IN WEST
Victor C. Vau'ghan delivered his
re on "Eugenics," or Race Bet-'
ent," before a large audience at
Jniversity of Minnesota Saturday.
lecture is the same one which he
SAn Arbor recently, and for
h Mrs. Huntington Wilson, wife
e assistant secretary of state, gave
Each of the state universities
presented with a like amount, the
dent, in each case, to name the
rer. The Universities of Wis-
n and Minnesota appointed Dean
han to deliver the same lecture
h he gave here.
etbook and $23 is Still Missing.
H. Benton, '16E, who had a pock-
k containing $23 taken from his
on Thompson street last week,
not yet recovered his property.
purse was left lying on his desk,
when returning to his room a
t time later it had disappeared.
Prof. Roth Returns From Lecture Trip
Prof. Filibert Roth, of the forestry
department, returned to Ann Arbor
Sunday from Fremont where he de-
livered an illustrated extension lec-
Junjor Research Chub to Meet Tonight
H. B. Baker, a member of the grad-
uate school, will give a report on the
shells of Douglas Lak~e at the meet-
ing of the Junior Research club
which will be held in the medical
building at 8:00 o'clock this evening.
R. C. Pretty Speaks to Foresters.
R. G. Pretty, chief of forestry under,
the department of Natural Resources
for the Canadian Pacific railroad,spoke
to the foresterse yesterday afternoon
on "Forestry as a Part of Railroad
Directors of Union Will Hold Meeting
The directors of the Michigan Union
will hold their regular monthly lunch-
eon and business ineeting Saturday
noon at the Union.
Governor Appoints Graduate to Board.
Charles S. Koon,,'83P, of Muskegon,
has been appointed a member of the
State Board of Pharmacy by Gov.
Woodbridge N. Ferris.
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Henry Savage presents
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