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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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WISCONSIN ALUMNI TO KEEP
TRACK OF MICHIGAN GRADS
Word has been received from the
Wisconsin Alumni association of the
University of Michigan, announcing
the appointment of an alumni commit-
tee from that body. This committee
is composed of one member of the as-
sociation for each department of the
university.
The object in view is to keep in
touch with all the students graduating
from Michigan who are planning on
locating in the state of Wisconsin and
particularly in Milwaukee."
COMMITTEE WILL ENTERTAIN.
Prospeeth e Teachers are Invited to
Co fel With Board.
The a r c"nt"-:nt committee has
planned to eatertain the students, reg-
istered with it,c"i different afternoons
fduring the comning' week. The pros-
pective teachers of mathematics and
history are urged to come to thercom-
mittee offices on Monday afternoon
between 1:30 and 3:00 o'clock. Stu-
dents intending to teach modern lan-
guages will be received on Tuesday
afternoon at the same hour. These
meetings have been planned largely
for the purpose of fostering a closer
relationship between the various offi-
cers of the committee and the appli-
cants for positions.
In case a visiting superintendent
wishes to see a particular applicant
at once, it is necessary that the com-
mittee have a program of each appli-
cant's university work on hand to re-
fer to at all times. Students who
have not yet filed their program with
the committee are urged to call at
once and secure a blank form for
this purpose.
SOCIALISTS PROPOSE THAT
WORKING STUDENTS ORGANIZE
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WOMEN RESPOND IN LARGE
NUMBERS FOR CAST TRYOUTS.
In answer to the call for tryouts,
150 women responded for places in the
cast of the junior girls' play yesterday
afternoon. This display of enthusiasm
was more than the committee had an-
ticipated and it will be necessary to
hold several elimination contests be-
fore a final cast can be selected. The
play is to be presented at the Woman's
League banquet April 3. It is a story
of a castle romance, set in an imagin-
ary laid, and calls for several experi-
enced characters.
Publication Is Well Received.
Many comments have been receiv-
ed'by Prof. Ralph Curtiss, present head
of the astronomical departmentrela-
tive to the recent publication of the ob-
servatory. One,in particular,from Pres.
Woodward, of the Carnegie Institute,
states that it is an especially good
work, comparing favorably with those
of similar institutions.
ALPHA NU TO HOLD ANNUAL
BANQUET AT UNION TONIGHT
Alpha Nu society will hold its 60th
annual banquet at the Michigan Union
at 6:00 o'clock this evening. D. S. Tes-
ey, '12, will preside as toastmaster and
will call on all members of the so-
ciety for toasts. Registrar A. G. Hall
and Prof. C. H. Van Tyne will repre-
sent the faculty. The banquet is open
to both active and former members of
the organization and tickets may be
secured from the committee in charge
for $1.00.
Jeffersonian Society Meets Tomorrow.
Jeffersonian society will meet to-
morrow evening at 7:00 o'clock. The
program will consist of papers on
"Our Supreme Court as now Constitut-
ed," "Ambulance Chasers" and "At-

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 l e too busy to beg.
SOME even tty to make appoitnthents by telephone,
using my name.
would be pleased to have anyone who is interested com-
pare my pootest negatives with their best.
IF you just want to see someone burn up hi, flash powder,
let anyone do it-but if you want a seal photographer
to make a real picture
JUST TELL ME WHENL N 0
AND WHERE
E do more Amateur Developing, Printing, Enlarging and
W 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. toc per-oll, any size or
length. Prints, 3c, 4c and 5c. Postals, 5c.
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Say Fellows, have you tried
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ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVAVNCE.
WANTED
Wanted-Student representatives.G ood
pay. G.'C. Maedel, 619 Liberty St.
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All cars in the future will st
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Press Building -.. "Maynard Street
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Socialist society last night it was pro-
posed to organize the students who are
paying part or all of their expenses
while in the university. The need for
such organization was imputed to the
fact that unsanitary conditions pre-
vailed in the kitchens of many of the
boarding houses, and that many stu-
dents were obliged to eat their meals
from unclean tables. It was also stat-
ed that the waiters were continually
abused and browbeaten by the people
in charge of some of the boarding
houses.
DANCERS IN OPERA CHORUS
IIAyE BEGUN ACTUAL WORK.
Practices were held at the Union
last night for both the broiler and me-
dium choruses. These choruses have
been virtually picked and practice on
the steps is now being perfected. As
announced in another story tryouts
will be held tonight for the large
singing chorus.
Director Bert St. John is expected
to arrive from Detroit on Tuesday
when he will take immediate charge
of rehearsals. The music is ready,
costumes and scenery are now being
arranged for in Detroit, and practi-
call'y all of the details have been tak-
en care of.
Prof. Levi to Lecture in Kalamazoo..
Prof. Moritz Levi, of the French de-
partment, will deliver an extension
lecture on "Les Miserables," in Kal-
amazoo, February 25, under the aus-
pices of the Kalamazoo High School.
He recently dqllvered the same lec-
ture in French before the Detroit
branch of L'Alliance Fradcaise.
CHAPMAN AND PATTENGILL
NOMINATED FOR REGENTS.
Dr. H. S. Chapman, '85, of Pontiac,
and H. R. Pattengill, '74, of Lansing,
were the two candidates for regents
of the University of Michigan nominal
ted at the Bull-Moose state convention
in Battle Creek.
These two positions are to be filled
at the next election. One vacancy was
caused by the recent death of Regent;
Grant. The other to be filled, is the
position now held by Regent Sawyer
whose term expires this year.

bate: Resolved, that the federal judici-
ary should be elected by the people.
CHANGE IN WOMEN'S CALLS
FOR SATURDAY IS ANNOUNCED
A change has been announced in
the series of group calls for the wom-
en of the university, which will affect
the territory to be covered Saturday,
February 22. The following groups,
in place of those scheduled in the an-
nouncement tsheets, will receive Sat-
urday from 3:00 to 6:00, and a large
number of women are urged to attend:
group I, Mrs. W. G. Smeaton, 1114
Prospect, assisted by Mrs. A. E. White,
Mrs. B. S. Daily, and Mrs. H. F.
French; group 2, Mrs. C. H. Kauffman,
1326 Prospect, assisted by Mrs. De
Witt Parker, Mrs. R. D. Hollister, and
Mrs.. D. Friday; grou 3, Mrs. H. M.
Randall, 1208 Prospect, assisted by
Mrs. L. A. Hopkins; group 5, Mrs. W.
R. Humphreys, 1012 Michigan, assisted
by Mrs. P. G. Bartelme, and Mrs. C. J.
Coe; group 6, Miss Hope Conklin,.
1108 Prospect.
J-Laws to Meet This Afternoon.
The 1915 law class will hold a meet-
ing in room B of the law building this
afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, for the pur-
pose of deciding whether their annual
banquet shall be held in Detroit or
Ann Arbor.
NEWBERRY HALL IS TO HAVE
ANOTHER NEW DEPARTMENT
Newberry hall is to have another
new addition to its departments. A
campus rest room is to be furnished,to
be open to all women of the university.
The present reading roum will be
moved and the room fitted with couch-
es, screens, and chairs. The women's
honor societies of the campus will al-
so hold their meetings here.
To advance this cause, the women
of the university, professor's wives,
and townswomen are invited to attend
"at home" parties to be given this af-
ternoon from 3:00 -until 5:00 o'clock
at the homes of Mrs. Junius Beal,
Mrs. A. L. French, Mrs. A. Nelson,
Mrs. T. F. Nelson and Mrs. M. Jen-
nings. A silver offering will be taken
at each house to promote the scheme
of a rest room at Newberry.

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Lost--From locker room 437 N. Engi-
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on case C. H. Sung. RIewaird if re-
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A S'rictly Modern Offering of Candy
Favorites ,in Old Style.
Calkins' Pharmacy,
324 So. STATE St.

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to buy is made by the world's famed
Martin factory. See and try these
beautiful instruments at Schaeberle
and So's Music House.
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Open every evening until 9:30. Sun-
days from 9:30 to 12:30, 1:30 to 3:30
only. Lyndon's kodaks, films, flash-
lights. 719 N. University. Sun&Fri
Try Martha Washington Candy' at
the University Pharmacy. Fresh every
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