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;BIB T I-E MICHIGAN DAILY,

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CVO3iITTES FOR 1916 OPRIA
ARE MADE IIHNOWN
(outimued fom Page One)
Ezra Lockwood, '18, Thomas McAllis-
ter, 'H, Rollin Winslow, '18, Kenneth
Barnard,' 17, James Sehermerhorn
'18.
AAwards Based on Ability
In awarding these appointments the
committee was guided by the tradi-
tional policy of rewarding those who
have done good work in the past and
also of giving to those who have pos-
sibilities of making good in the future.
The whole Opera system is based, how.
ever, upon the gradual working into
positions of the men by progression
from committee tocommittee through-
out the different years. The commit-
tees that have been selected do not
comprise all of those to be named and
the remaining committees will be an-
cu'nced at a later date.
Theron D. Weaver, '16E, general
chairman of this year's Opera, stated
last night that all of the work on the
Opera is progressing smoothly and
that the ntire ma Iagement is confi-
dent that this year's Opera will sur-
pass the productions of the past both
in lyrics and theme. The lyrics for
the Opera were written by W. A. P.
John, '16.
First Tryouts to Come Sooe
The first tryouts will be held in the
near future and all those wishing to
take cast parts in the Opera are urged
to make some preparation for pres-
entation before the committee who
will be the judges of that tryout. The
book this year calls for more import-
ant female roles than in former years,
and it is hoped that any talent along
these lines will be present at the try-
outs.
The judges for the tryouts will be
selected from those men of the faculty
and student body who are best qual-
ifiedrto judge singing, acting, stage
presence, upon which particular stress
will be placed. The committee for
judging the musical contributions will
be announced within the next few
days.
Eligibility is also a big factor in
the selection of candidates, and all
men -Oho desire to tryout should see
that they are in good standing. Fresh-
men are ineligible, unless their talent
should be of such character as would
be unable to be secured among the
other classes.
ITALY ARGUES NOT TO MAKE
SEPARATE TREATY OF PEACE
(Continued fo Page One)
been no important events.
"The allied forces on the northeast-,
ern front under Austro-Hungarian
command captured during November
78 officers and 12,000 men and 32 ma-
chine guns.
"Italian war theatre: On the Ison-
zo front yesterday the situation gen-
erally was calmer. Repeated attacks
on the bridgehead of Tohnino ci-
lapsed before our fire."
Church Dignitary Wounded by Shell
Berlin, Dec. 2.-Father Sabos was
severely wounded by a shell while
reading mass in the Church of the
Caputchins during the bombardment
of Gorizia, according to a dispatch.
Bodies of the dead from the bombard-
ment are to be seen on the streets
of other cities.
UNION BOARD OF )IRECTRS
TO HOLD MEETING DECEMBER 7
There will be a meeting of the
board of directors of the Michigan
Union next Tuesday, December 7. The
members of the board are as follows:
Student members, H. G. Gault, '17L,
J. B. Angell, '16, F. T. Mack, '16, W.

W. Schroeder, '16L, W. J. Egan, '16M,
F. J. Kane, '16D, J. W. Finkenstaedt,
'16. Faculty members, Prof. Evans
Holbrook, Dean H. M. Bates, Dr. Reu-
ben Peterson, Prof. H. C. Sadler.
Alumni members, W. B. Shaw, H. W.
Douglass, Ann Arbor; E. D. Babot,
New York City; W. Carter, St. Louis;
W. E. Oxtoby, Detroit; J. C. Jameson,
Chicago.
1-NOTICE.
Junior engineer indoor baseball
practice Saturday night at 7:00 o'clock
in Waterman gymnasium.
CLOTHING
froni the House of Kuppenheimr o
sale by N. F. Allen & Co., Xaiu
Street. wed-eo 1

Matinee G AR Cl(IIM W of
Wednesdy
and Sat.
DETROITI
The Big Musical Review
"W IT HIN T HE LOOP"
34 Musical Numbers
A R %4 #41D E
Shows at 3~, 6:30, S:co, and 9:30 P. M
Pridlay, Dec. 3-Franei :X. Bushnian and
Beverly Bayne in their great success,
"Pennington's Choice." Metro.
Saturday, Dec. 4-Bickel and Watson in
"The Fixer" the screen version of the
fainoas farce, "Hello Bil." Klein. Also
Part 4 of the Trip Around the World"
series.
" rip Arcund the world" every Satur-
Monday, Dec. 6 C.t~eCadni
1_s ra te c )''e %S
Quality --Variety-Valucs
o1AMOtlflS JEWELERS I C~ f
CHLANDSEYFRIE
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SCHLANDERER & SEYFR0ED
PROF. lA)YD I) ('1 TES R.TIij (ON
TO -COMPULSOR Y TR RRNU@
(Continued frome Page One)
Yesterday" 1heard some one say that
he was pleasantly surprised at the
tc;ult of the straw ballot held by The
S hi ,an Daily. He had supposed
that the students were too lazy to
vote in favor of a thimnL which would
give them more work. I do not think
that the students are lazy; I think
thiey vote purely from conviction. For
years I have been closely acquainted
with many students, and I find that
they are not lazy. 'They have always
met me half way.
"In closing, let me say that I be-
ieve that whatever result comes to
pass, I believe thattthe students may
be depended upon. to be loyal and to
do the right thing."
"Ike" Fisher was on hand with a
four-piece orchestra. Frank Grover,
last year's opera star, sang several
catchy pieces, and Sanford Wilson
tickled the ivories for a few minutes.
Smokes, cider and doughnuts were in
abundance.
Shirts made to order.-G. H. Wilo
Company. State St. Tailors.
Look that Reule, Conlin & Fiegel ad
over and form an opinion, then come
to the Big Store and verify it with the
goods. nov5-10-14-19-24

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(Continued from Page One)
large number were distributed in
Europe as well as in the United States.
To say that tonight's lecture will be
one of interest is putting it too mild-
ly, for the speaker has the gift of be-
ing a most entertaining speaker,
which, coupled with his remarkable
experiences, should produce an even-
ing which would be hard to rival in
Ann Arbor.
Tickets for the lecture are selling
at 25 cents, and the number already
sold show the interest that isbeing
manifested.
BRITISH REPORT LOSS OF 88
VESSELS DURING MONTH
London, Dec. 2.-Reports received
by the board of trade during Novem-
ber tell of the sinking of 53 British
steamers with a total net tonnage
of 61,072, with the loss of 646 lives.
In the same period, the loss was re-
ported of 35 British sailing vessels
of 4,977 net tonnage with six lives.
So far as the figures show, only 20
of the steamers were sunk by Ger-
man warships and 10 by mines, but
495 of the lives lost were on steam-
ers sunk by German warships.
These figures do not record the total
casualties for November, but merely
th reports received, some of which
relate to previous months.

Thursday
THEAT R El DEC,9
PRESENTS
FR A NC ES
S nE
IfThe )st Notable 1P16y
of tlio V ear
ari Odile
A St1ry of Conyeast Life;
of Innocence Brought
Defenceless into Con-
ttct with the World
Uy Edw~ard Knoblauch
Author of "Kismet," "The Faun"
and "My Lady's Dress"
With the Same Splendid Cast
and Notable Production that
iarked M iss Starr's Sensation-
::I Engagement of 150 Nights at
ytho llelasco Theatrej. New York
C ll Lyndon for good pictures.
Martin guitars, mandolins, ukeleles
and all musical instruments.at Schae-
berle & Sor's Music House, 110 South
Main street. oct8tf

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Dancing will begin at 2:30 P. M. and continue
until 5 P. M.
A very appropriate Luncheon will be served
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