THE 1"ICtEIGAN DAILY
HAS BIG AUDIENCE
ALL CLASSES WILL HAVE A
CHANCE AT FRESIH-SOPH MEET
Coupon Fourteen Will Entitle Owner
to a Chance to Draw After,
is your "Cue" to come in and order some Spring
Q There is no time like the present and there is no
like a New Suit for you to buy for yourself. C We
1 the "Points" of making Clothes that fit and want to
you of the fact by making your next suit. . We will
te a call. L "The Well Groomed Men" of today all
at "The Record Smasher" for Fine Tailoring is
University Hall was crowded to its
fullest last evening to hear Tina Ler-
ner, the brilliant Russian pianist, in
the last concert of the Choral Union
series. iMme. Lerner proved as charm-
ing in recital as she was in the festi-
val three years ago, and the audience
welcomed her return with the hearti-
In a long and varied program, Mie.
Lerner4 displayed the versatility and
the great technical.finish of her art.
She seems at her best in the lighter
and more delicate pieces; her Mozart,
Weber, and Chopin were delightful.
She ended the program with a Liszt
rhapsody, played with amazing bril-
Will ;Discuss Polish Celebration.
Plans' for the celebration of the 50th
anniversary of the Polish Revolution
against Russia will be discussed at the
general meeting of the Polonia which
will be held at 921 S. State street this
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Underclassinen who have not yet
shown interest enough in the annual
Fresh-Soph track meet tonight to pro-
cure their tickets for admission may
do so p until 2:00 o'clock this after-
noon. Thereafter the remaining tick-
ets will be disposed of to any member
of the University who desires to attend
Fresmen and sophomorestwill have
to surrender Ticket No. 14 to receive
a chanie to draw for ,tickets. When
the tickets that are left are thrown
open to the university public, under-
classmen will still be obliged to pro-
cure their ticket on Coupon No. 14.
Upperclassmen are warned, however,
not to urrender Coupon No. 14, but
merely to show it and have it punched.
The reason for this is the fact that No.
14 will be the one used by upperclass-
men for admission tickets to the Cor-
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Dancin Chorus rehearsal at Union,
11:00 o'clock this morning.
Fisher Party Will be Held March 14.
The next Fisher party will be held
at Granger's Academy March 14. This
party, which is the third and last of
the regular series that has been sclied-
uled this year will be informal.
"Bert" Fischer, from Kalamazoo, and
his six piece orchestra will furnish
the music, featuring the tunes most
popular at the hop.
us a chance to prove it.
in Arbor Gas
March 1.-Toastmasters' dinner dance
at Packard academy, 6:00 o'clock.
March 1.-Weekly dance at the Union.
March 1.-Fresh soph meet at Barbour
gym, at 7:30 o'clock.
March 5.-Fresh engineer election for
March 6.-Senior law class dinner at
the Union, 6:00 o'clock.
March 7.-Senior engineer class din-
ner at the Union, 6:00 o'clock.
Twenty-five students from the sunny
south Were taken into the Dixie club
at the Union Thursday night; and the
following faculty men were elected to
honorary membership: Prof. U. B.
Phillips, of the history department,
Prof. H. C. Anderson, of the mechanic-
al engineering department, Prof.
Campbell Bonner, of the Greek de-
partment, and Prof. M. P. Tilley, of
the English department. The Dixie
social committee is planning a dance
to be held some time before spring
Of "Show Me" Valley Men.
An organization composed of all stu-
dents from the Missouri valley was
advocated by the Kansas club at a
"meeting held at the Union last night.
An effort will be made to get all from
the states of Kansas, Missouri, Nebras-
ka and Oklahoma together on Wednes-
day night; March 12 at the Union for
the purpose of organizing, such a club.
W. C. Mullendore, '14, tendered his
resignation as president of the Kan-
sas club last night and Harry Curtis,
'14L, was elected in his place. E. B.
McKinley, '16, was chosen as treasurer
of the club to take the place made
vacant by Curtis's election.
TWIRLERS FACE MANY ENIGMAS
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Georgia at Ann Arbor.
Saturday, April 26.-University of
Georgia at Ann Arbor.
Thursday, May 1.-University of
Pittsburgh at Ann Arbor.
Saturday, May 3.-Case at Ann Ar-
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Talks on . Philippine Independence.
"Philippine Independence" was the
subject of a talk given by A. A. Ascher,
from Rizal, P. I., at a meeting of the
Centro Espanol last night in room 301.
N. W. The organization is composed
of students interested in the Spanish
language and all students who are
making a study of the language are
eligible for membership.
FAR WEST TO HEAR VARSITY
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selves creditably on their western
trip," said Prof. William Howland, mu-
sical director of the clubs, last even-
ing. "The Glee club is especially cap-
able this year, and the mandolin men
will doubtless do their share to fur-t
nish a good program. I believe that
such extended trips benefit the univer-
sity materially, besides providing in-
valuable experience and entertain-
ment for the members of the clubs." T
STUDENT INJURED BY FALL.
J. M. McNeal Overcome by Indiges,
tion; Cuts Face.
J. M. McNeil, '13, 1221 South Uni-
versity avenue, was slightly cut about
the face yesterday morning when he
fell at the corner of Ingalls and Hu-
ron streets. McNeil had been suffer-
ing from indigestion and was tempo-
rarily overcome by dizziness.
The fall caused a hemorrhage of the
nose in addition to cutting his face
and for a few minutes it was thought
he was seriously injured. The injured
man was taken to Alpha Kappa Kappa'
medical fraternity, his wounds were
dressed and he was taken home in an
CHURCH WILL HOLD HAT SALE.
Easter Hats for $7.00 Now Being Made
from French Models.
An Easter hat sale will be held un-
der the auspices of the Ladies Aid So-
ciety of St. Andrews Church in Harris
Hall at 9:00 o'clock, March 14. The
sale is open to every one, but special
attention will be paid to University
The hats are now being made from
French models in Philadelphia. All
hats will be sold at a uniform price
of $7.00 each.
The committee in charge of the af-
fair is composed of Mesdames F. C.J
Waldron, E. D. Campbell, G. W. Patter-
son, S. L. Bigelow, Alice Thomson and
Miss Catherine Bigelow.;
Tuesday, May 6.-Washington and
Jefferson at Ann Arbor.
Thursday, May 8.-Syracuse at Ann
Saturday, May 10.-Syracuse at Ann
Wednesday, May 14.-Cornell at Ann
Saturday, May 17.-Michigan Aggies
Monday,May 19.-Syracuse at Syr-
Tuesday, May 20.-Syracuse at Syi
Wednesday, May 21.-Cornell at
Thursday, May 22.-Princeton at
Friday, May 23.-Lehigh at South
Saturday, May 24.-Pennsylvania at
Friday, May 30.-Michigan Aggies
at Ann Arbor.
Monday, June 23.-Pennsylvania at
Wednesday, June 25.-Pennsylvania
at Ann Arbor.
In addition to the above games an
alumni game will be scheduled.
Would It Be Worth 25c
To You To
Recover 1 0
A WANT AD was inserted in the
Michigan Daily on the 25th of Feb-
ruary offering 'reward for the re-
turn of a valuable pendant. It
cost 25c to insert the advertise-
ment. The- pendant had been
found and returned by one of the
CASES LIKE THIS OCCUR EVERY DAY
The busy little Daily Want-Ad goes into
nearly every house in Ann Arbor. It Is
out for Business and It gets the Result.
The Want-Ad Stations are at
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on State Street.
on So. University Avenue.
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