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THE MICHIGAN DAIL
Omcial newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published every morning except
Monday during the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
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H. Beach Carpenter.......Managing Editor
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Fred Foulk...................Nes Editor
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E. C. Roth Joseph J. Brotherton
Chester H. Lang ELdward P. Wright
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1914.
Night Editor-E. Rodgers Sylvester.
C1-ARITY AT HOME.
There is a 'hazy glamor about con-
tributing to the relief of sufferers who
are thousands of miles from home.
The Belgians seem to deserve all that
can be done for them, and the persons
who aid in their relief are to be com-
mended. Even if the little European
nation is receiving help from Ameri-
cans who would never think of assist-
ing at home, the idea of healthy un-
selfishness is present just the same, no
matter if the inspiration is a bit too
sensational and compelling to entitle
the donors to unusual credit.
But at the same time, the poor and
needy in this country are as poor and
needy as ever. In many cases they
are equally as free from fault for
their poverty as are the reluctant mem-
bers of belligerent countries across
the sea. Just now the problem is to
provide clothing, fuel and food for in-
digent families which are beginning
the winter with insufficient means.
Ann Arbor has its share of poor peo-
ple, and an appeal is being made by a
local organization looking toward help-
ing these unfortunates. It should
meet with serious responwe.
Now it is that those of us who had
gym work realize what heroic Spar-
tans we really were.
And' all this time the rhetoric de-
partment struggles on with nary a
This is the Week
Thousands of pieces of smoke-
damaged holiday goods are mark-
ed to be cleared in double quick
Plays of the first order are announc-
ed by the Whitney theater manage-
ment, as attractions at the local the-
ater during the month of January.
Among the stars who are booked here
are: Anna Pavlowa, who will appear
January 8; Otis Skinner, January 18;
and Nat Goodwin, January 21.
On January 11, 12 and 13, the great
spectacle-drama Cabiria will be shown.
"Hanky Panky" will be offered Janu-
ary 27, and Lyman Howe's travelogues
will be shown on the following day.
"Mutt and Jeff," a comedy skit adapt-
ed from "Bud" Fisher's, famous car-
toons, will appear January 29.
At the MIajestic.
Lucas and Field, society singers who
sang sassy songs featured an average
Majestic program last night. Two ne-
gro singers and dancers, Dodson and
Gordon, also did well. The acrobatic
work of a well developed woman con-
celuded the program.
As in past years, the annual Y. W.
C. A. Christmas bazaar will be held
in Newberry hall, from 1:00 to 6:00
o'clock, today and tomorrow.
* * *
Mortar Board will meet at 7:30
o'clock tonight, in the home of Lois
Townley, 1306 Washtenaw avenue. w
University women wishing the gym-
nasium course in playground. dances
and games, which will be conducted
on Saturday mornings during the sec-
and semester, have been asked to reg-
ister with Miss Evans, before Thurs-
day, December 17. Unless 25 signify
their interest, the course will not be
*k * *
The Girls' Educational club will
meet from 7:00 o'clock to 8:00 o'clock
tonight, inNewberry hall. Ruth Cran-
dall, '14, will speak of her experiences
at the Sorbonne, in Paris, and Martin
Feinstein, '14, will give a reading of
the Field prize poem. University wom-
en interested in education are invited
to attend. *
Tickets for the annual Episcopal
Girls' club supper, to be given in Har-
ris hall on Thursday, may be purchas-
ed before Wednesday from Edna
Bromley, '16, Jane Hicks, '15, Eliza-
beth Bostwick, '15,.or at Harris hall,
for 25 cents.
Prof. W. R. Humphreys' Bible study
class will meet at Newberry hall, at
4 :00 o'clock this afternoon.
Charlotte King was elected yester-
day, by women of the State Normal
college at Ypsilanti, to serve as their
i representative at the Women's Voca-
tional conference committee, which
will be held in Ann Arbor on January
7, 8, and 9. The normal college women
will cooperate with women of the uni-
versity in the holding of the confer-
Dean Myra B. Jordan, Dr. Alsie S.
Pratt and Miss Jane Cochran have
been appointed members of the same
The university faculty, Ann Arbor
collegiate alumnae, women in the
school of music and teachers in the
Ann Arbor public schools, have been
invited to attend.
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Mr. Albert Lindquest, of Chicago,
who is studying under Mr. Harrison at
the school of music during the present
year, will appear at a concert in.Ypsi-
lanti, Wednesday evening. Last week
he appeared in Milwaukee under the
auspices of the Lyric club.
High praise was bestowed upon Mr.
Theodore Harrison, head of the vocal
department of the school of . music,
concerning his appearance in a recital
given in Pittsburg, November 21, by
the Musical Courier, under date of No-
vember 25. The account says that
Mr. Harrison is gifted with a'notable
baritone voice, and that he was forced
to add encores to all the numbers
which he sang.
The University Symphony orchestra,
fifty strong, under the leadership of
Prof., S. P. Lockwood, with Earl V.
Moore, organist, and Harrison A. Ste-
vens, pianist and soloist, will give its
first concert of the year on the school
of music complimentary series in Hill
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