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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THIS IS

OPENING: WEEK

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FRENCH LECTURBER'
TU SPEAKMONDAY
M. De Lapradelle, of the University of
Paris, to Discuss Effects, of
War on Literature

Mat tees ARICK week of
Teesa and GFeRICK21st
Wednesday _FM l
DETROIT
GUY BATES POST
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Students of French wiill have an op-
portunity to hear the language spoken
by one of France's best known edu-_
cators next Monday afternoon when
Monsieur De Lapradelle of the Uni-
versity of Paris will, deliver a lecture
on French literature in Room A of.
Memorial hall at 4:15 o'clock.
M. De Lapradelle has chosen for
lii. subject the question, "tie Devien-
dlent Les Lettre~s Francgaises?" Just
what the effect of the present war' will
be on the literatures of the various
countries involved has been a topic
of dliscussion-in literary circles ever.
since the beginning of the struggle.
*The opinions of an educator of 3.
De Lapradelle's status cannot fail to
he of value to those interested in
France and the French.
MI. De Lapradelle represented the
University of Paris at the Pan-Amer-

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Tart WtS 'Trip Around the World+."
Mon, 28-te0. Ade's"Just Ottof College'
ltolituan.
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'an Exposition and has delivered :pc-
tures in various parts of the couin-
try since that time. He lectuxred ;h
Ann Arbor last year.
The lecture will be given foithe
bernefit of all studlents of the univer"-
sAy aud ddmittance will be free of
charge.
("() NT11ST FOR lDEBATING CUP
Select ". 1R. Cunllffe, C. E. Hutton, and
L. E. Luebbers, With S. L.
Rennedy as Alternate

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HAWAIIAN WelI

itiled from 1Page One)
in the bacxground and standls
ded arms looking at the dese-
before him. At last he raises
1 and calls for a halt. The
t girls rush away from the
ate princess, who stands be-
highv priest with bowed head.
igh priest, Lono, pronounces a
ion her and points out that the
y calamity to her country can
ed is by a human sacrifice to
ess Pele, who demands flesh
id as a reprisal for the trans-
of her laws. After a few
of silent mental conflict, the
with one last look: at her,
n, steps boldly forward to
procession to the volcano.
art of Lono, the priest, is
Achi, while- Frank W. Groverc
ars as the American, Paul
.Miss Helen McAndrews will
Princess Lelalohti. Miss I-elenz
give a dance, and the miel-
the chorus for the act are
ses Adele Crandall, Blanche
-ertrude Gunn, Leila Pike, A .
,and Ruth Ely.
music will be furnished on
)layed with the steel, and
by the Hawaiian native or-
omposed of members of that

Ati least 39 wives of faculty miem-
bers andi women of Ann Arbor will ap-
Iear upon te list 4p patronesses for
this produiction to be given under the
uspices o_ the Cosmopolitan club, and
f i s plannedi i t to announce the list
tomiorrow.
Tickets for the All Nation Revue
'Ire to be on sale at Hill auditorium
tudyi~indyTuesday, Wednesday
and Thu',rsdiay from 9:00 to 5:00
o5'clock, wh ?ile tickets are also omr
sale down towni at the State and Ger-
man Aericn Savngs ank during
bankinghioiurs.
('9111.tec~t~ uesApii itnients for 3
The followng av secured teachers'
posiion thrughthe efforts of the
a;ppocintmernt commi ttee: Rena M.
Lundw3el , 5, Alpena Hfigh School, Eng-
li-h; G. 1 Od,1.'1Ch, Superintendent,
'irshall; Mairorie lBates, '10, Gaylord,
I.l [ Hancock1, for thle Ipast few
1;oth1contedl wvith the reportorial
st5 t he Timles:1 -News of this city,
resins is psiton ith that paper
yeserday oLacept ; the city edi-
torship of one of Riockford, Ill., lead-
ink dlailies.'

At the Alpha Nu debating cup try-
outs held last night, the following team
was chiosen, which will debate against
a team to be chosen from the Webster
society.: Rex B. Cunliffe, '16, C. E.
Hutton, '17,, L. E. Luebbers, '18,. and
S. 'L. Kennedy, '18, alternate. The de-
bate with' the Webster team will be
held on March ,2, and the winning
team will debate in the finals with
the successful squad from the Adelpii
Ind Jieffersonian societies on May 1.
The debating cup has been in the
possession of the Alpha Nu debating
society for the last two years, and the
contests this year between the societies
is expected to be keener than ever
before on this account.
El IDENC EES OF PREPAREDNESS
CONFRONT FORD AND EDISON
New York, Feb. 25.-When Henry
Ford, in company with Thomas' A. Edi-
son, visited the New Jersey Automobile
show in Newark this afternoon, the
two were immediately flanmked and
fronted by evidences of military pre-
paredness.
On his way in to the right, Mr. Ford
saw an armed car carrying a machine
gun that could spout death at the
rate of 400 shots a minute. A few
steps farther on he saw the military
biplane, the recent acquisition of the
New Jersey State Naval Reserve.
Among the first who saluted the
peace advocate were a dozen men of
the Naval Reserve. The show's mili-
'ary display was rounded out today
by the arrival of an armed car be-
longing to the Northwestern Military
and Naval Academy of Lake. Geneva,
Wisconsin.

A. smocker at the Union Thursday,
-March 9, wills be the first of these and
will include speeches, a special ad-
dress by a southern member of the
faculty, and refreshments. The at-
tendance of all southern men who have
not yet been at meetings is greatly de-
sired; from these new men will be
taken in new members.
A dance at, the Country club, will
soon be given for members only. The
next affair will be a banquet for all
members at the Union. A party up
the river at which several of the facul-
ty will talk will be given later inthe~
~)ring. Monthly get-together meetings
are planned at 'which some business
will be considered. The first of these
is scheduled for Wednesday, March 1,
at the Union.
DR. CALVO, OF UNIVERSITY OF
LA PLATA, VISITS ANN ARBOR
Dr. Edelmiro Calvo of the depart-
ment of chemistry in the university
of La Plata, 'Argentina, arrived in1

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We will give a special Rate
of $1.00 for The Daily for
the balance of the year,
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Ann Arbor yesterday aft,
will remain several days;
of Prof. W. J. Hussey.

Lernoon.

He

as the guest.

*Dr., Calvo has been in this country
about a month- visiting some of the
universities in the east, and will re-
turn to La Plata early in March to
take up his work there at the begin-
ning of the fall 'term. This is his
first visit to Ann Arbor, and he ex-
pressed himself as pleased with the

1EDUCATORS STOP IN ANN ARBOR
ON WAY ROME FROM N.E.A MEET
Several educators from out of town
have stopped in Ann Arbor while on~
their return home from the National
Educational ;Association conference
held in Detroit this week. Among these

D)IXIE ('LUB I'LA&NS.ENJOYABLE
SOCIAL PROGRAM FOR YEAR
State chairmen of the Dixie club,
who compose the executive committee,
at a meeting yesterday afternoon made
arrangements for the social activities
of the club throughout the semester.

spirit of the university. are. the following:. Dean Lucky, of
- ' the department of education of the
Alpha Sigma Council Elects Officers university of Nebraska; Professor
At a recent meeting of the grand ,Suhrie, of the University of Pennsyl-
concil of the Alpha Sigma, held here, vania; Professors Robertson anti
the, foll owing officers were elected: Chambers of the University of Pitts-
grand president, Dr. J. R. McCleary burg, and Professor' Crow of the Uni-
r~f '4,,My~nf~*,~ro~ Jversity of Virginia.

Monday evening. Dr. M. S. Ri
-he Wooward avenue Met]
*ehurclh, Detroit, will be the prii
speaker. Dr. A. W. Stalker,c
local MI. 5, church, will presii
toastmaster. Special music wi
furnished by the, Y. Al. C. A. quaf
Hold lmporta t City Election A]
Although still some time off, th
election to~ be held April 3 is ca
some agitation. The question c
tending the c ity limit:, both eas
west will be brought up for de(
at that time. The i'oters will als(
nify their wish in the mlatter
complete cha-nge of the city cha

Ut ..llltAUcsaL.J.,bgrunu .viAc pre OiVn,
C. C. Thomas, '15,. Homer; secretary-,j
"W. D. Rowland, '11, Ashbury Park N.
J.; treasurer,"K. E. Hettrick;' New
York.

]Hold Seconid Father and Son Banquet
It is expected that fully 100 men will
attend the second annual Father and
Son banquet at the city Y. M. C. A.

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