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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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NEW YORK UNIVERSITY HAS
NEW IDEA IN TRAVEL COURSE
Offer Students Chance to Study Eco-
nomies, Commerce, Finance and
Sociology Abroad.

JUST TWELVE MEN COME OUT
FOR OPERA SINGING ROLES.
Lack of Candidates Causes Committee
to Arrange for Extra Try-
outs Friday.

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New York University has announced Only an even dozen men reported

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what is probably the latest idea in 'col
lege courses in a ,travel school for the
summer months. The purpose of the
course is to offer students of higher
economics, commerce, finance, and so-
ciology an opportunity to study con-
ditions both in America and foreign
countries.
Two months before the date of sail-
ing, bibliographies will be sent to pros-
pective students, suggesting reading
in helpful books. Informal conferenc-
es will be held on the ships, but there
will be no formal lecture during the
tour. Places of interest will be visited,'
and in each city a local expert will be
employed to assist the leaders. In ev-
ery large city at least one dinner will
be given to enable the students to
meet the leaders in various move-
ments.
Three courses for the summer of
1913 will be offered. The class in Elf-
ropean commerce and industry will
study problems in transportation, ad-
vertising, accounting practices, and
other questions of industrial organiza-
tions. The class in labor problems,
and industrial betterment willinvesti-
gate state insurance, labor exchanges,
courts for the settlement of industri-
al disputes, accident prevention, and
industrial hygiene. The class in social
problems will consider such ,subjects
as city planning, housing, garden cit-
ies, charities and philanthropy, and
penal and vagrant colonies.
DR. WENLEY LAUDS MICHIGAN
DEPARTMENT OF ASTRONOMY
"Astronomy is the only science in
which the United States is in advance
of Europe today," said Prof. R. M.'
Wenley, before his class in ethics yes-
terday morning, "and this world su-
premacy is due to the University of
Michigan alone.
"During the last 60 years the Mich-
igan astronomy department has pro-
duced a series of men of the first rank
in their profession, and the field of
astronomy today is dominated by the
graduates of the University of Mich-
igan."

for the tryouts for singing roles in the
1913 Michigan Union opera conducted
last evening at the Union. The mate-
rial on hand was meritorious, but the
management regrets that the number"
of candidates was not greater. In an
effort to secure a more strenuous com-
petition, further tryouts for singing
parts in "Contrarie Mary" will be held
at the Union Friday evening at 7:00
o'clock.
Tryouts for the choruses have not
brought forth the number of candi-
dates for operatic honors that have
reported in former years. The man-
agement wishes it understood that
competition for chorus positions has
not ended, and that new men may re-
port any time this week. Final try-
outs for broiler jobs will be conducted
tomorrow evening at 7:00 o'clock at
the Union, and mediums will report
at 8:00 o'clock at the same
place. Men less than five
feet seven inches in height are rated
as of broiler size, while men between
this height and five feet ten inches are
considered likely material for the me-
dium chorus.
Bert St. John,' director of the opera,
will arrive in Ann Arbor next Monday.
He will remain here during the week,
and at this time final tryouts for all
parts in the show will be held. When
men have been picked for the choruses
and cast roles, rehearsals will be com-
menced at once, and continued until
the time of the first performance,
March 26.
PROF. DIEKHOFF TO SPEAK
ON "DIE DEUTSCHE SPRACHE"
"Die Deutsche Sprache" is the sub-
.ject of a public lecture to be given in
German this afternoon at 4:10 o'clock
in the economics lecture room by Prof.
T. J. C. Diekhoff of the German facul-
ty. He will deal with the evolution of
the German language, its relation to
the dialectic vernacular of modern
Germany and its place in America.
The lecture is the third of a series
which is being conducted under the
auspices' of the German department
by members of its faculty.

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THERE are those who will come to you and beg for the
privilege of taking a picture of that group.
THEY have nothing else to do but beg. If they were real
photographers they would be too busy to beg.
S OME even try to make appointments by telephone,
using my name.
would be pleased to have anyone who is interested com-
Jpare my poorest negatives with their best.
Fp you just want to see someone burn up his flash powder,
let anyone do it-but if you want a real photographer
to make a real picture
JUST TELL ME WHEN LYN 0N
AND WHERE
WXTE do more Amateur Developing, Printing, Enlarging and
Lantern Slides than all the others in Ann Arbor put to-
gether, because we do better work more promptly, by the most
modern methods, at the same prices. roc per roll, any size or
length. Prints, 3c, 4c and 5c. Postals, Sc.

Say Fellows, have you tried
"MAC'S" Cracker Jack'?
Try it at 613 Liberty St.
Hoppe's Former Store

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LOST.
Lost-A bunch of silk and velvet flow-
ers on north State street. Finder
please return to Daily office. 94
Stolen-$5.00 Reward for information
leading to the recovery of bicycle
stolen from in front of the American
hotel Sunday evening. Cleveland
make, new black mudguards, old-fash-
ioned Christy saddle, vacum cup tire
on rear wheel. Mel. Case, 1317 South
University avenue.
FOR RENT.
For Rent-Good fifteen room house
suitable for fraternity in good quiet
location. Steam heated. H. F. Frost,

Real Estate, First Nat. Bank. 90-94
We can give you the best service on
strings for all Musical Instruments.
Grinnell Bros., 120-122 B. Liberty St.
Exceptional opportunity to purchase
standard novels, literary and medical
works from private library. Mrs. A.
Fraser, 16 South Washington St., Yp-
silanti, Mich. Phone 596-J. 93-95
The best guitar or mandolin for you
to buy is made by theaworld's famed
Martin factory. See and try these
beautiful instruments at Schaeberle
and Son's Music House.
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SENIOR LIT AND ENGINEER COSMOPOLITANS FORM GROUPS
DINNER PROVES BIG EVENT. FOR CLOSER FRIENDSHIPS.

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With the largest attendance at any
dinner held at the Union this year,
more than 200 senior lits and engi-
neers formed better acquaintances
last night at their first combined din-
ner of the year. Harmony was the
keynote of the evening and Dean M. E.
Cooley and Prof. David Friday, repre-
sentatives of the different departments,
caught the spirit and gave inspiring
talks on the value of college associa-
tions.
"Jinx" Otto, '13E, acted as umpire
and short talks were given by Captain
"Dick" Dickinson, of the lits and Cap-.{
tain "Ed" Lazear, of the engineers.
Music was furnished by the engineer-
ing band.
Indiana Club Will Hold Dance Feb. 26.
The date for the dance to be given
by the Indiana club, which was an-
nounced as February 20, has been
changed to Wednesday evening, Febru-
ary 26 at 8:00 o'clock. It will be lim-
ited to 75 couples, and tickets may be
secured at the Union desk or from
the committee. Prof. and Mrs. Gordon
Stoner and Prof. and Mrs. Hugo
Thieme will chaperone the affair.
WISCONSIN'S SCHOOL OF
JOURNALISM IS LARGEST.
The University of Wisconsin leads
the country's schools of journalism in
attendance, with 95 enrolled this year.
The total number of regular and spe-
cial students in the department has
reached 160, the largest number since
the course was established eight years
ago.

In order to foster a real universal
brotherhood the local Cosmopolitan
club has adopted a group system, di-
viding the members of the club into
16 groups. Each group consists of
one group leader and four other mem-
bers of different nationalities. The
leaders will be exchanged in a certain
length of time, and by this-method the
organization expects to achieve a di-
rect and close acquaintance between
its members.
The first set of group leaders con-
sists of William Walsh, '12 Harry W.
Crane, graduate; John L. Primrose,
'13; James D'Evlin, '13; Fred B. Foulk,
'13; Jabin Hsu, '14; Bernard Prichard,
'13E; William M. Johnston, '13; K.
Tonouchi, '12; Frank I. Olmstead, '15;
Peter Balkema, '13I; J.R.Gandhi, '13E;
0. X: Searles, '13.
The leaders will banquet at, 213 N.
Thayer street on Saturday at 6:00
o'clock to discuss plans for the new
system.
Homer Heath Resumes Duties at Union
Homer Heath, graduate manager of
the Michigan Union, who has been con-
fined to his home for over a week with
an attack of the measles, was able to
resume his duties at the Union yester-
day.
ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
WANTED
Wanted-Student representatives.Good
pay. G. C. Maedel, 619 Liberty St.
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