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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1914.

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CONCERT TICKETS
HAVE SPEEDY SA~LE
Second Offering of Glee and Mandolin
Clubs Promises Several
New Features

ANNOUNCE CAST OF
COMEDYCLIUB PLAY
Management, Prof. Strauss, Prof. Tat-
lock and Frank Jones
Make Choice

Prof. E. I. Turner gives illustrated
lecture on "Historic London," room
101, economics building.
Meeting of all students interested in
fencing, trophy room, Watermanj
gymnasium, 4:30 o'clock.
"Speechless" membership dinner,
Mlichigan Union, 6:00 o'clock. j
Meeting of the Rifle club, roohn 311;
engineering building, 7:30 o'clock.

SING CHINESE SON G IN CHINESE FEW LESSER PARTS LEFT OPEN

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TOMORROW ,
sity Symphony orchestra gives
limentary concert, Hill audito-
. 4:15 o'clock. .I

lee and Mandolin club concert,
auditorium, 8:00 o'clock.
nior dent dance, at Granger's,

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8:30k

Tickets are selling rapidly for the
second concert of the Glee and Mando-j
lin clubs, to be held in Hill auditorium
at 8:00 o'clock tomorrow evening. A.
program poseesing several unusual
features will be presented.
Two numbers of especial interest
will be the singing of the Chinese na-
tional anthem in Chinese b.y the Glee
club, and Grinstead's oriental dance.
The "Rag Pickers," coniposed of L. J.
Scanlons,'16L, on the piano, H. B3.
Forsythe, '17E, on the violin, F. C.
Wheeler, '15E, on the cello, L. 0. Al-
drich, '17E, on the saxophone, and K.
F. Boucher, 15, on the traps, will give
several selections. The mandolin quar-
tette, composed of R. H. Mills, '15E,
G. J. Curry, '15M, L. 0. Aldrich, '15E,
and B. 0. Sippy, medic, will give sev-
eral numbers never before heard by
an Ann Arbor audience.
H. B. Forsythe, F. C. Wheeler and
W. 0. Johnson, 415E, make up the
"String Scrapers' Trio," which promis-
es to be one of the hits of the evening.

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m SPEECHLE 5$
INQEA T UNI ON
I SchradAkl Only One to Speak;
Will Introduce Musical
Nuinbers
E-NT VARSITY QUARTETTE
ld Schradzki, '15L, in the guise
stmaster, will direct affairs at
eechless Union membership din-
t6:00 o'c lock tonight. Not a
vill be spoken by anyone on the,
Lm except Schradzki. He him-
ay be persuaded, however, to re-
iat he knows of the men on the
1t program. as he hitroduces

Final selections for the principal
characters in the cast of "Pomander
Walk," the play to be presented by
the Comedy club next semester, were,
made in trials held in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall last evening. The decis-
ions were awarded by the manage-
ment, Prof. L. A. Straiuss and Prof. J.
S. P. Tatlock, of the English depart-
ment, and Frank Jones, '15L, dramatic
critic on the ChLicago-American.
Work upon the production of the
play and the development of the parts
will be commenced at once. -The time
of the first rehearsal will be announc-
ed later. Several of the lesser parts
are as yet in doubt, but are to be decid-
ed soon.
The cast selected is:--
Male Parts
Jack Sayle, a lieut.............
.. . ...Leon Cunningham, '16
Lord Otford......C. A. Lokker, '17L
Admiral Sir "Peter..............
....Walker Peddicord, '16L
The Eyesore.......J. S. Switzer, '16
Rev.. Jacob Sternroyd .............
....... ........Morrison Wood, '17=
Jerome-Broows Hoskyn H. T. Cook, '17
Basil Pringle ..H. H. Springstun, '17
Jim ................E Bankey, '17
Feminine Parts
Madame Lucie Lachesnais .......
Phyllis Povah, '16, or Frances
...... Hickok, '15
Mile. Marjolaine Lachesnais.....
.Mary True, '15
Mrs. Pamela 'Poskett ............
.Miss McReynolds
Miss Ruth Pennymint ............ -
.Ethel M. Buzley, '15

CONTESTAN1TS FOR ART POSTER
Contestants for the 1915 art poster
of the Michigan Union opera turned
out in large numbers at the Union at
7:30 o'clock last night, and Robert H.
Tannahill, '15, gave a brief sketch of
the plot, The name of the opera is
being changed, because another play
of the same name was recently found,
but the title as it is to appear on the
programs will be made known to all
who left addresses at the meeting. Thej
posters must be handed in shortly af-
ter the return from the Christmas hol-E
idays, and prizes will be allotted to
the best three of the designs submit-.
ted. Any student is eligible to com-
pete.
Fresh hits to Paty Class fires Today
Fresh lits vill pay their class dues
of 50 cents for this semester to the
treasurer, who will be stationed oppo-
site the registrar's office in University,
hall, from 10:00 o'clock this morn-
ing until 5:00 o'clock this afternoon.
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3Ien to Travel to Toledo, Cincinnati,
Youngstown, Rochester9
and Detroit-r
WILL PICK 40 IN NEAR FUTURE
Final decision as to' the exact itin-1
erary of the annual eastern trip of the
combined Glee and 'Mandolin clubs, to
I be taken during the coming Christmas
vacation, was reached last night by
the management. Toledo will be the
first stop of the clubs, which will ap-
pear in that city December 19. Cin-
cinnati will come next on December
21. From there, the clubs will travel
to Youngstown, Ohio, where they will
perform on December 22. Rochester,
N. Y., the final stop, is the most east-
ern city on the list, and will be reach-

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Cross Society Sends
Funds to Buy Surg
Supplies

ADVISE COMBINI
FUNDS FOR REL
Ann Arbor Civic Committee D
to UnIte Mo'vements to
Aid Sufferers in
Belgium
CIIURCH RECEIVES MANY SUI
IN CAMPAIGN FOR 1.000 (

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P. B ecker, '16, wi lrender several vo-
cal selections. The varsity quartette,'
composed of Kenneth Westerman, '14,j
Chase Sikes, '16E, S. T. Alden, '17E,
and one other Glee club man, will pre-
sent a number. Sterling Wickwire,
'ISE, and E. L. Zeigler, '18, will play
a piano and violin duet. E. B. McKin-
ley, '16E, will perform on the piano.
Tickets at 50 cents may be obtain-
ed at the Union desk, and from mem-
bers of the comnmittee: rWalter WVatson,
'16E, chairman, Francis Bade, '15, and
Julius L. Burns.
ADD MORE AMES TO PETITION
FOR BETTR OY1 t FACILITIES
Additional s udents signed the peti-
tion to the board of regents for in-
creased gymnasium facilities, and
Adelphi House of Representatives vot-
ed in favor of the movement. It is un-
derstood, however, that organizations
which will consider the matter meet
both today and tomorrow, and resolu-
tions similar to those already passed
by the literary societies are expected
to be approved.
Petitions which have been filled
with names should be left at the edito-
rial offices of The Michigan Daily as
early as possible this week, in order
that they may reach the students
guiding the movement in time to be
presented to the university authorities'
to come before the regents at their Do-
cember meeting.
Fencers Will Organize in Gym Today
Fencers have been crossing the
sticks at Waterman gyr for some

WOMEN FORM T-SQUARE SQCIETY
Eleet Officers For Ensuing Year and
Make Permanent Plans
Women of the departments of engi-
neering and architecture yesterday
perfected a permanent organization of
the T-Square society, following the
granting of their petition to the uni-
versity authorities for recognition as
a campus society.
The temporary organization of Octo-
ber 31 was made permanent, and theI
officers for the ensuing year follow:,
President, Hazel Quick, '1:E; vice-{
president, Alice Goff, '15E; secretary,
Ruby Macomber, '17A ; treasurer, Dors
othy Hall, '18E; and sergeant-at-arms,E
Dorothy Sturgeon, '17A.[
The object of the T-Square society
is the promotion of the common intor-
ests of the women of the combined de-
partments. It is a purely democratic
organization, and any women enrolled
in either department are eligible to
membership.
There are 16 members of the new so-
ciety, which meets once a month in
the rooms of the Engineering society.
The emblem of the new organization
is a black enamel triangle interlocked
with a gold t-square.
GRADUATE STUDENTS TO HOLD
OPEN J*41USE ON FRIDAY NIGhT
"Open House" for graduate students
will be held for the last time this year,
by the graduate club, at a party and
dance in Barbour gym, ;'commencing
at 8:00 o'clock Friday night. All so-
cial events for the rest of the year
will be restricted to members of the
club.
Chess, checkers and card games will
b furnished for those who do not
dance, and old time dances will be fea-
tured throughout the evening, in addi-
tion to the regular dancing program.,
A "social hour," the purpose of whic.h
will be to acquaint the members bedt
guests with one another, will open the
evening. Music will be provided by
various members of the club.

PRESENT PORTRAIT COLLECTION I ed on December 23.

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Two Graduates Give Laws Pictures of
Famous Barristers
Mr. Frank M. Reed, '80, and Mr.
John M. Zane, '84, have presented to
the department of law, a collection of
etchings and engravings of prominent
barristers of this country and England.
Both donors are members of the Chi-
cago. Bar assochation, and are non-
resident lecturers of the ,department'
of law.
The etchings md, engravings have
been framed, and. are hanging in the
lecture rooms of the law building. The,
gifts include likeuiesses of the follow-
ing men: Chief Justice White,.Alexan-
der Hamilton, Jar nes Kent, Chief Jus-
tice Taney, Dani el Webster, Thomas.
Jefferson, Abrahan Lincoln, Sir Wil-
liam Bla.ckstone, Lord -Coleridge, Lord
Ashbur-on, Edmund .Burke, Lord
Camp,ell, Sir Edward Coke, Lord
Brou.gtam, Lord Ellenborough.
So plhomore Engineers to Hold Dinner
Soph engineers will hold their sec-.
ond dinner of the year Tuesday even-
ing, December .15 . at the Union. Com-
plete arrangements for' the program
have not been made, but will be an-
nounced within a short time. Tickets
for the dinner may be obtained from
the social committee Saturday.

At a luncheon held yesterday n
in Newberry hall by the Ann A:
civic committee, it was decided
all movements for the relief of
Belgians should be gathered under
control, in order to see that thec
tributions will betpromptly and p
erly cared for. There are at pre
three such movements-the cone
the campaign for 1,000 suits and
"buy a barrel of flour" movement-
it was the unanimous decision of
committee that the concert should
considered as the strictly Mich:
movement.
Owing to'the fact that Pavlowa
dance in Ann Arbor on January 8,
date set for the concert, it was dec
to postpone it again to January 14,
date left open by the postponemen
Busoni's concert.
Albert Lindquest, who is to be
of the soloists of the concert, sang
the Pabst theater, Milwaukee, on
day night, and of his work the 3
waukee Free Press says: "His vok(
a lyric tenor of exquisite color,
enunciation is perfect, his style is
tinctive for its suave eloquence,
his singing displays such a variety
moods and an abundance of temp
ment that his rendition of a dram
aria or a lullaby is notable for av
satility seldom exceeded."
Generous contributions were brou
in to the Church of Christ in its c
paign for 1,000 suits of cloth
About 25 more suits were given yes
day. Some of the fraternity hou
were not ready to make contribut
when the collections were made,
suits may be left at the church to
Letters have been sent to all
fraternities and sororities by Mrs. I
Hall, president of the hospital ci
of the King's Daughters, asking
members to contribute a barrel
flour or give money to buy cotton
the wounded soldiers. Five, dol
will purchase one barrel of flour,
one dollar will buy four pounds of
sorbent cotton. William We
'phone 1779, secretary of the Ann
bor civic, association, will receive
contributions. Organizations w
have Christmas trees at their Chr
mas parties are asked to give, then
the King's Daughters society for
celebrationin the city hospitals.
President Harry B. Hutchins ree
ed a letter yesterday from the Ai
ean Red Cross society, asking for i
ey to maintain the large corps of
geons and trained nurses sent to
rope, to purchase surgical equipn
and hospital supplies and to 'aid
American hospitals in the Euro
cities. Women students are aske
make hospital garments. The
Cross society at Washington will
directions for these, and the Amer
Red Cross, Bush Terminal comi
39th street and Second avenue, Bi
lyn, N. Y., will receive the shipm
Several universities have already
contributions.

Following the concert Thursday.
night in Hill auditorium, the picking
of a trip club will commence. Selec-
tions will be .made from the shqwing
of the men at the concert and at subse-I
quent rehearsals. Forty will make the
trip, not including the matiager and
his assistant.
After the concert at Roch.ester, the
clubs will break up, those who are
able returning home for Christmas va~-
cation, and those at too great a dis-
tance journeying back to Ann Arbor.
The musicians will reassemble in
Detroit in January 2, in time for the
joint concert with the Harvard clubs.
This concert is considered the really
big event of the year, as it will give
university students, as well as alumni,,,
the opportunity of hearing two of thef
best-known musical clubs in the coun-
try sing side by side.'
Announce Chaperones for Friday Party
Mr. and Mrs Harry Douglas have
been selected as chaperones for the
Wright Saxophone party to be held at
the Union at 9:00 o'clock Friday night,
December 11.' Music from "Watch
Your Step," which made such a hit at
the Detroit opera house last week, will.
feature the program. Tickets may be
had by calling 374.

Can Peace Be
ubject at the
held on De-
speakers will
of the "Inde-

is will be addressed
thorities on social-
rm. All collegians
novement are wel-
s of the convention.
had by addressing
quarters, 41 Union
ork City.

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time this year, and following last
year's plan, they will meet to organ-
'ize in the trophy room of Waterman
gym at 4:30 o'clock today. Last year's
team saw some collegiate competition,
and the men who turn out this year,
should they make a good showing, will
probably form a nucleus of a team
which will be picked to play a sched-
ule. .;.

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Diamond ling Presented to Maulbetscb
John Maulbetsch isn't given any
rest these days. Just lately he was
presented with a diamond ring by the
people of Ann Arbor, the money for
the buying of which was raised by a
public subscription. As Ann Arbor is
the homee of Maulbetsch, the towns-
people have been especially anxious
to show signs of appreciation for the
phenomenal work that he, has shown
in the past season.

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New Songs Introduced by
Scanlon and "The Rag Pickers"
Midnight Sons Quartet
Solos by Sikes and Wilson

Tomorrt>w Evening

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