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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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To Seniors
From New York Alumni
We can help you socially, to
find a suitable home, and in
business, if you will make
yourself known to us prompt-
ly on arrival in New York.
If you will seek a position,
bring a University reference.
U,of M.Club of NAY.
Pres.: C. A. Riegelman, 9
44 Cedar St., Tel. John 972
Sec'y: E. U. A. Stone, 112
8r Fulton St., Tel. Beekmnan, 4252
MILITARY DRILL TO SE
ORAGGEDIND UPOLITICS
Wessellus, Republican Candidate for
Governor, Will Fight Against "Bru-
tal Science of War"
Firing the opening gun in the strug-
gle for gubernatorial office, Sybrant
Wesselius, candidate on the republican
ticket, has attacked Frank B. Leland
in an open letter, for Leland's support
of military training at the University
of Michigan.
The letter contains a statement of
the expense of the University to the
state, and wishes to know the reasons
whereby the regents can foist such a
scheme on the taxpayers without the
latter having a chance to give their
approval of the plan.
After stating that the Board of Re-
gents intends to fasten upon the uni-
versity a system whereby young men
may be skilled in the "brutal science
of war" that would result in perpet-
uating such a system just now when
all the nation hopes for peace, Mr.
Wesselius states that he intends to
take up the matter with the taxpay-
ers and make of the issue one of the
planks of his platform by which he
hopes to raise himself to the gov-
ernor's chair.
Advertisers in The Michigan Daily
are the reliable business men of your
city. It will pay you to patronize
them. **t
Send The Daily home. 50c for the
rest of the year. **

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AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Majesti--George Walsh and
Doris Pawn in "The Blue Blood
and the Red."
Orpheum-Pauline Frederick,
in "Audrey."

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At the Majestic
Today, "The Blue Blood and the
Red" will be shown. The leading char-
acters are played by George Walsh
and Doris Pawn. It is an exciting
play, with a genuine prize fight and
other sensational features.
Monday, Regina Badet will appear
in the role of Sadunah, the dancer, in
a study of a woman's heart, "No
Greater Love."
Tuesday, J. Warren Kerrigan will
be seen in "The Gay Lord Waring."
It is a very clever drama and Mr.
Kerrigan is at his best,
Wednesday, "The Gods of Fate," an
epic of labor will be the attraction,
with Richard Buhler and Rosetta
Brice in the leading roles. Some very
clever acting is shown in this.
Thursday, that greatest of produc-
ers, D. W. Griffith, who produced the
"Birth of a Nation," produces a thrill-
er that is startling. "The. Avenging
Conscience" is the namve of the play,
and it is suggested by Edgar Allan
Poe's famous story of the "Tell Tale
Heart," and poem "Annabel Lee."
Friday is another of the Griffith pro-
ductions, "The Escape."
Saturday, "The Chalice of Courage"
is the play. It is one that is consid-
ered a masterpiece of the screen.
TO HOLD MEMORIAL SERVICE
FOR WELCH POST "VETS" TODAY
Special memorial day services for
the members of Welch Post No. 137
G. A. R. will be held at the Congrega-
tional church at 10:30 o'clock this
morning. The veterans will assemble
at the Post room and proceed in a body
to the church.
Look over the advertizements kin
The Michigan Daily. They will in-
terest you."*
Patronize business men who adver-
tize in The Michigan Daily. **

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Glee and Mandolin Club

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Last opportunity to hear Sikes,

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You will want to hear those
features from their vacation trip
through the west.

Hrtsveldt, Kerr.

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Program

Laudes Atque Carmina.....;.........................A. A. Stanley
1. (a) Victors................................Elbel, '01
(b) Varsity...........................................Moore, '12
COMBINED CLUS
2. Popular Melodies
MIDNIGHT SONS QUARTET
HARTESVELDT, KERR, WESTERMAN, HAAG
3. (a) Elfman.......................................S. A. Gibson
(b) Swing Along ....................................W. Marion Cook
GLEE CLUB
4. Oriental Dance from "The Woodlands"...................Victor Herbert
MANDOLIN CLUB TRIO
FORSYTHE, WHEELER, DAVIS
5. Michigan Songs
The Bum Army ...... ..................................Moore
'Tis of Michigan We Sing
I Want To Go Back To Michigan
GLEE CLUB
6. Sunset.................................................Van de W ater
VARSITY QUARTE'T
DAVIS, GROVER, WILSON, HIETT

7. Clan Alpine-War Song from "Cross of Fire"..............Max Bruch
GLEE CLUB
SOLO BY SIKES
8. Selections
MANDOLIN CLUB TRIO
9. (a) The Cossack....................... .Moninsnko, an. by Mwlcoweti
(b) The Musical Trust.....................................! euv Hadlel
GLEE CLUB
10. Syncopations
RAG PICKERS SEXTET
FORSYTHE, WHEELER, DAVIS, LEININGER, ALDRICO. S.ANN
11. Michigan Opera Hits
Friar's Song-from Contrarie Mary................ . .... Di ekema, 'L4
SOLO BY DIETERLE

My Girl from Michigan-from Awakened Rameses ,
SOLO BY WILSON

..IV.ierfhner, '12 ,

Men Of The Maize And Blue-from Tres Rouge.-., .GornetZky, '17
Yellow and Blue..........................................Baife
COMBINED CLUBS

I Hill Auditorium

25 Cents

Thursday, June 1

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