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TfELEG.RAPHl SERVICE BY THEI
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ANN' I-{B{)it, 1XICIIGAN. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1916.

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NA E TANDING COMMITTEES
of.s 1u Ia se Labels Stopped;
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I z heron D. Weaver, '16E, general
, hairman of the 1916 Union opera,
yesterday announced the appointment
o:' Glenn A. Howland, '17L, to fill the
place ]eft vacant by Lee E. Joslyn,
'1'i, as assistant to the general chair-
man. Joslyn relinquished his position
)ecause of the pressure of his school--
work caused by his recent trip on the
Ford peace ship.
In addition to this appointment,
Leonard W. Nieter, '17, was appointed
assistant t9 the publicity manager,
James M. Barrett, '16
l)irecttrr Morgan is more than

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Remember the relief cash
boxes on the camptis. Ten cents
from each student will mean a
great deal to the sufferers across
the sea.

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Report Progress
on Union Opera
GA '-iit 116wl hind Appointed to Fill Posi.
Coni Vacated by Lee
~Joslyn

GRAND DUKE NICHOLAS AGAIN THE
NATIONAL HERD OF TH USSIANS;
PATRIOTISM 15 STIRRED-TO DEPTHS

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Germiany Apologizes to Holland
TforpedoIng of the
Artemis

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PV-II 51PLAYNS VONl PERSTAN
('ONQIJEST APPEAR
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REPORT HEAVY FRENCH FIRE

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a' i aiet Council a sort ofI rival any that the Mimes has
- c;os, hrug highvanyaboeprodluce(]. Rehearsals for the
om~o ~J b Ies avig vauabeuad chorus will be posted in the Ui
act iththesantio offrom day to day, and as attend-
the ~n ire suen body, as represented will be carefully noted at each
by h ('tniil.In order to carry out jihearsay, it is necessary tliat the
thi panth (ouncil has announced who are to take part take espr
a ; n organization has an notice of the opera bulletin boari
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~~iiPAICN STARHTS
[ ~ '' 1a- 1 I p a k s B e fo r e ' lW e n i e l I
( ~ou'10) iiof
1( ii i0L in a state wvide camT-
]i 11to interest club and society
xoon i7'!h All Nation Rlevue was
Ii ,~l ito\\i IIiani Fort, Jr., general
uuimny- hoh production, spoke be-
Tot tue Tieet I (ent ury Womans
~ 1)Ij L iLyesterday afternoon
on hos~I Jct i of *What (Can a Uni-
* ri i'Dofrit Foreign Stuedents?''
_, ,v ir -t i*he presenlting of
* In- ll Natoa Reue wvas shown by
(11 101 ~r )101 ;resent,4 and al ready
1w' l-a olpal onesses inl Detroit in-
clinics tames of M\rs. Charles '-B.
\V reAirs. (c eorge Johnson, ex-
'ident o eTwentieth Century
eilb.M . (dorg (aron, recognized
-as ne 1..li mot 7inluenti:1l and oen-
ci ruiememersof that orgianization.
MissClaa Dyr, nd 'Mrs. Henry Hil-
l;Ai :An t ~i(S~~i of the P:,roussen
I -es'lstha t.*~;Oiet~ eredfor the
Ii ii.0810 1 P -c ao poetry in;
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till be t t oil btitth s l-
( t : e'imrlii ,r 1 ineorg-'aalzat~onls

COMEDY CLUB MA KES ITS
B ow IN SAGNAW TODAY
Rieport E'ntire House Sold Out With
R'aiting List of
AIiplicauts
Members oif the cast of "Professor's
Love Story" will leave at 11:00 o'clock
today over the Michigan Central rail-
road for Saginaw, where they will
fw ;a performance this evening at
th1e Academy theater. All are -in readi-
ness for the trip and the play has
reached a high state of perfection. C.
:f'. Quinn, '14, sales manager at Sagi-
naw, reports that the seats are all
sold and there is a lengthy waiting
list.
The Conmedy club has had two suc-
cesses with this play in Ann Arbor this
year and everything points to an even
betterrec eption at Saginaw.
HONOR1 SYSTEM DECLARED
SUCCESS BY ENGINEERS
Student Committee Investigates. Cases
} of (Cribbing and Pnishes
Offenders

NOTED ARTISTS TO,
A9PPEAR IN CONCERT
Proceeds from 'Tontighit's Entertain-
mneatCGo to Aid Armneniau
Refugees
FAMED)'TENOR HEADS PROGRAM
Mr. A. Shah-Mouradian, tenor ofe
the Paris Grand Opera, Miss Rose Ha-
gopian, dramatic soprano of New York
City, Mrs. Labelle Panossian, lyric
soprano of Boston, and Mr. Krikor
Aiquoni, violinist of Syracuse, will
take part in the Armenian concert in.
Hill Auditorium at 8:00 o'clock this
evening.
The proceeds of this evening's con-
cert, together with the proceeds of
the Detroit concert, which is to be
given at one Garrick theatre Sunday,
will be used in relieving the suffering
among the Armenian refugees in, Rus-
sia. The Armenian Students' asocia-
tion will ask Mr. Robert A. Campbell,
treasurerF of the university, to for-
ward the money to thae katholicos, the
head of the Armenian national c~hrch,
to use at his discretion.
.Although the majority Hof the seats
for tonight's concert have been sold,
several good seats are yet to be had,
and these ,wit be placed on sale at
the box office of Hill auditorium from
10:00 until 5:00 o'clock today. This
evening the doors will be opened at
7::10 o'clock. It is expected that sev-
eral thousand dollars will be realized
from this concert and the Detroit con-
cert.
Mr. Shah-Mouradian, the young Ar-
menian tenor, is an artist of inter-
national fame. From the time when~
(Continued on Page Sixe)

Petr ograd, Feb. 17.--The Grand Duke
Nicholas, con querer of Erzerum, is
once more the national hero of the
Russian peoples, and Petrograd is
again the scene of triumphal festivity
which rivals that which followed the
fall 'of Przemysl. Russian patriotism
is repocrted by all the Slavic press as
having been stirred to its depths. Th e
road through Armenia lies open to
the czar, and the Turkish plans for
Persian conquest seem to have col-
lapsbed.
'Lar-e 'Uorli Forces Taken .at Erzeruni
London, Feb. 17.-Between 30,000
100,000 Turkish troops and large nuin-
bers of guns were captured by the
Grand Duke's forces when they en-
tered the Turkish fortreess of E'r-
zerum, according to unofficial reports
received from Petrograd this after-
noon.
hfeavy Firing Occurs on French Front
London, Feb. 17.---French troops oc-
cupied the crater formed by the ex-
plosion of a German mine, which wia'
sprung today along the Lille road in
Artois. This was the only infantry-
action mentioned in the official state-
ment today.
Heavy bombardment by the French
artillery is reported from the region
of Steenstracte and Boefinghe in Be'-
gium and in the region of Conde-su-r-
Aisne and the district north of
Soissons.
Germany Apologizes to Hollancd
The Hague, Feb. 17.-Germany has
apologized to the Dutch governmen>t
for the torpedoiirg of the Artemis andi
offers to pay an indemnity. The at-
tack on the Artemis was a blunder,
Berlin says.

I EDWRSTLSON
WASHINGTOIVS 1BIRTHDAY
Address ou "Preparedness" to Be
(Delivered in Hill
A uditorium

O: the '(;T ti i;ion. 9 1 A .S$Iod

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WHIAT'S GOING ON 1

Weather for Ann Arbor and vicinity

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TODAY
TIhe honor system tried by the en-j 7:30) o'clock-Kentucky club smoker.
gineerinzg college at the examinations {7 :30 o'clock-Webster Society meets,
ju.st pissed proved to be a success and Webster hall.
bot stdens ad acuty f te cl- 7:30 o'clock-Jeffersonian Society
ege arei enthusiastic over its opera- mes efro al
' onl. Thze following statement from 8 :0) o'clock-Armenian cnet Hill
Dean Cooley was made yesterday to a concertum
Dal reporter: -14:30) o'clock-Meeting of '16 chemi-
"lVr otti information that conmes to mec cal engineers, room 223, Eng. building.
zroM various sources I get the im- 4:00 o'clock-Senior law class meets

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The Rev. Frederick Edwardsoof St..
Paul's cathedral in D:etroit, will de-
liver the annual Washington's birth-
day address of the univ-ersity undter
the auspices of the aw school, in Hill
auditoriunm, at 10:30 o'clock next Tues--
day morning on "Preparedness."
Mr. Edwards is a graduate of Cain -
bridge Theological seminary at Har-
vard, and is a forme:icr special preacher
at Grace churchi in New York city.
He was also vicar of Grace chapel.
Before coming to Detroit, the Revr.

.,, ifi' ,r t #tar two' pression that while the honor system in room B. Edwards was preaching in Bos-ton1.
c ':ywai iot an unqualifiedsucs it was 1:00 o'clock-Col. Louis La Garde Aogtheme who have pei
a'wtlU] oino that citYr, a:cl lhasr .an experiment encouraging. I be- speaks on military surgery, medic am- ously given similar annual Washing-
? V A -r A;'~tlo all. -The ' siieve that it will be possible from the phitheatre. ton's birthday addresses are Rev.
e, ;I n "0 ~ rn this en- !rexperience gained in this trial to work; TOMORROW Frank Gunsautlus of Chicago, Grover
'. ~ ~ ~ . i-t ro- wl itobn loan o "t a plan that will prove satisfactory.". 7:00 o'clock-Upper Room Bible Cleveland, Justice- Hughes, JTames Gar-
I'UorVi ' dnin-:;has proved A : taterment: made by R. S. Archer, class meets, 444 S. State street. field, -who was secretary of -the inte--
al t )tao tofctom ini this success. [6E, chairman of the honor committee, 9:00 o'clock--Michigan Union dance, nior tinder Roosevelt, and William Jon-
_ - ___ indicates thiat the honor committee has Union. nings Bryan..
-*E; d i ofOmicrs b teen kept fairly busy disciplining 4:00 o'clock-Women's Athletic ban--
The Ca,,binet, Districti of Columbia cribbers" hut that the number this q uet, Barbour gym. M ethodist Stu*1ttits .hold Stag Party
q ,gmfe_ studlents' organization, held its first ; yoar is much smaller than previous ET-Notices - - Met.odist students will hold a stag
dinucteso the second Semester at the 'Fears The faculty have kept theirI -Junior Engineers basketball prac- party at 7:30 o'clock this evening at
11io ,,A evening, hands off and left the entire manage- tice, Waterman gymnasium, 7:15 the church parlors. The committee in
A% ctoe followed, at which the mienu of the system in the hands of the o'clock. charge ha's arranged 'a number . of
follow inr.g officers for this seemester students. Cases of cheating that have Choral Union ushers report, Hill novel features, and the annual event
were chosen: Louis F. Dieterich, '17E,' been reported were investigated by the Iauditorium, 7:00 o'clock. pronmises to excel any that has ever
prit; ar F. Walker, '17E, vice coniiiittee, judged by them and de- Seniors desiring pictures in this been given. All men connected with
p :'I -nt Edini1-1. Felt, '18 , secre-, cisions given out by them have in all year's Michiganensian must arrange or interested in the church are cor-
"ill }.Ot 1.. Schm-idt, '13, treasurer. e ases been final. for sittings today or tomorrow. dially invited.

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