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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

SCENE IN THE OPERETTA "SARI"

MANY ATTEND CONCERT
MOORE OPENED THE PROGRAM
WITJ-l I AIOTS SONATA FOR THE
ORGAN
The second faculty concert given in
Hill auditorium yesterday afternoon
in honor of the Library association
was well attended.
Mr. Moore opened the program with
the Borowski Sonata, for the organ,
with the dignified allegro, followed by
the more somber andante and the
moderato with its brighter colorings.
"Ah, fors'e lui" (La Traviata), Ver-
di, was skillfully given by Miss Ada
Grace Johnson in a true, fluent -oice,
perhaps a little shrill at times.
"Angelus," by Massenet, was sub-
stituted for the "Meditation" which
was announced, and the change was
a pleasing one, bringing a dignified
religious atmosphere.
"The Star," "A Pastoral" and "The
Birth of Morn" were offered by Miss
Johnson with technical precision.
tAVLOWAANI) (RAND OPERA
AT DETRorrT.THEATRE
Pavlowa, with the entire Russian
ballet, and the Boston Grand Opera
company will be seen at the Lyceum
theatre, Detroit, October 18, 19 and
20, when four performances will be
given. ..
The great opportunity of seeing a
great ballet headed by the incoinpar-
able Pavlowa, with the Boston Grand
Opera company and such principals.
as Maria Gray, Thomas Chalmers,
icardo Martin and Giovanni Zana-
o, is unique and the seat sale
ich opened in Detroit several days
has been of such proportions that
d-out houses are anticipated. Ar-
gements have been made, however,
sell reserved seats at Wahr's Book
ore, 316 South State street, on Fri-
ay from 10:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. in.,
nd full information may be secured
during this reservation.
PROF. IL. CONE ENDEAVORS TO
RE1LFVE ChEMiCAL SHORTAGE
Prof. L. H. Cone, of the chemistry
department, has been engaged since
last summer by the Dow Chemical
company, of Midland, Mich., to in-
crease the manufacture of organic
compounds, of which there is a short-
age on account of the war.

WILL GIVE JAP COEID
GROVER, SIKES, WOOD AND
OTHER CAMPUS STARS TO
TAKE PART
"Miss Cherryblossom," a Japanese
musical comedy in three acts, will be
presented at the Whitney theater on
Thursday and Friday evenings, Octo-
ber 28 and 29. The play will be
staged under the personal direction of
Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson Dodge, of
Ypsilanti, Mich., writers and pro-
ducers of amateur theatricals, and
will be given under the auspices of St.
Andrew's Episcopal church of this
city.
A number of students have been se-
cured to play leading parts, among
them F. W. Grover, '18, who will carry
the leading tenor role. Others on the
campus who will have leading parts
are Chase Sikes, '16; M. C. Wood, '17;
Miss Frances Seeley, '18, and Miss
Olive Hartsig, '17. George Parsons, of
Ypsilanti, one of the members of last
year's "Midnight Sons Quartet," will
be seen in another of the singing
roles. The chorus will be made up
of both university and high school
students.
RARE FOSSILS PRESENTED BY
REi AN N TO GEOLOGY MUSEUM
Leivis C. Reimann, '16, student pres-
ident of the University Y. M. C. A.,.
and Varsity football player, is the.
donor of a rare collection of fossils
'to the museum.
The fossils were found in a quarry
near Toledo and will serve as good
study specimens in the geology de-
partment.
Prof. A. Stevens Will Attend Meeting
Prof. A. G. Stevens, secretary of the
College of Pharmacy, leaves today for
Detroit where he will attend a meet-
ing of the Detroit branch of the
American Pharmaceutical association.
Penn. Has New Reading Room
Philadelphia, Oct. 14.-In a few days
University of Pennsylvania students
will have access to a library of Ro-
mance languages. There will be Span-
ish, French and Italian magazines and
newspapers, as well as a library of
volumes in the native tongue.
This addition is the result of inces-
sant demands of many students and
teachers interested in the study of
these languages.

"SUPPORT CHEERLEADERS" INTRODUCE NDEL'TIES

EPISCOPAL STUDENTS ARE
WELCOMED TO RECEPTION
All students in the university affil-
iated with the Episcopal church will
be welcomed at the first Hobart guild
reception, which is to be held at 8:00
o'clock tonight in Harris hall.
While more than 500 invitations to
the party have been sent out, any men
or women who are interested in the
Episcopal church, and who have not
received admittance cards, may ob-
tain these by applying to the curator
os the hall any time today.
'REIDICT FULL HOUSE AT FIRST
PRF-FESTVAIL CONCERT SERIES
Pre-Festival tickets were placed on
sale at 8 o'clock yesterday morning
at Hill auditorium, and the indica-
tions are that the entire house will
be sold out before the initial concert
of the series, October 19.
Long before the opening of the of-
fiee the crowd began to gather, and
when the doors opened there was a
rush for the choice seats in block "A."
The entire section was sold, and it is
expected that the demand will be even
greater for seats in block "B," which
will be placed on sale this morning
at the same hour.
I1OARID OF REGENTS TO PASS
UPON RECESS APPOINTMENTS
Recess appointments in a number of
the schools and colleges of the uni-
versity' will come up at the meeting
of the Board of Regents to be held
this morning in the regents' room at
10 o'clock.
While nothing definite has been an-
nounced, it is not expected that the
question of the vacancy in the dean-
ship of the Graduate school will come
up for action until a later session of
the board.
Following the meeting, the board
will probably inspect the new science
building.
harvard to Have 17,000 Extra Seats
Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 14.-Work
has just been started in the construc-
tion of wooden stands which will make
room for 17,000 more spectators of the
Yale-Harvard game at Cambridge.
When these are completed the capacity
of the stands will be over 39,000.

L.OCALL ARMENIANS WILL'
AID THEIR COUNTRYMEN
Reorganize Chapters of Students' As.
sociation; Plan State-Wide
Campaign for Help
Armeni'an students of the university
have reorganized the Michigan chap-
ter of the Armenian Student Associa-
tion of America. At a meeting held
Sunday, officers for the ensuing year
were elected as follows: President,
Dr. H. M. Malijan, '14M; vice-presi-
dent, A. H. Koumjian,. '16M; secretary
and treasurer; G. H. Koumjian, '17M.
Because of the oppression to which
the Armenian people have been sub-
jected, plans have been made for every
member to aid in doing all possible
to raise funds for the benefit of the
needy in the fatherland.
A state-wide movement is Obeing
planned that will take its start from
the campus at the University of Mich-
igan, and the support of Michigan
men is expected.
Arrangements for a concert are be-
ing made, at which several noted Ar-
menians will appear in Ann Arbor.
The proceeds of this event will go to
the Armenian relief fund.
WORK OUT CROSS COUNTRY MEN
About Twoscore Jaunt Round Boule-
vard; Squad Splits Monday
Between 35 and 40 men formed the
cross country squad yesterday and
ran about three miles over the old
boulevard. The men are getting in
shape for some fast work. Captain
"Eddie" Carroll is planning a good
run tomorrow after the football game,
the squad to start at 4:30 o'clock.
The squad will be split Monday on
the showing of the men. The fast
men will be kept in the speedy squad
and another combination will be
formed for- the slower runners.
Dean Bates Consults With State Board
Dean Henry M. Bates, of the Law
school, returned to Ann Arbor yes-
terday from Lansing, where he spent
Wednesday consulting with the state
board of law examiners.

SENIOR IMAKES PLEA T'FIA'r sru..
IlENT'S STOP ,IE EIING AT TRi-
OUTS
To the Editor of The MiLt gan Daily:
It would seem that, when members
of the Athletic Board and others are
doing their utmost to build up a more
unified spirit at Ferry field and else-t
where, the least a thinking man could
do to help conditions would be to sup-
port the cheerleaders who have so
kindly offered their services to the
cause. If some of the "fresh" ele-
ment would get out and try to lead
5,000 men, they would find it a differ-
ent proposition from what it seems
in the stands. It is just that element
that keeps Michigan from having the
best spirit in the country. Why can't
we stamp it out? If we all get to-
gether we can make those men, if we
can consider them as such, come to
their senses. These cheerleader;
L:ave evidently been selected because
they are the best material that can
be found on the campus. Why not
give them a chance to help Michigan
by helping them? It is easy, though
jeering is easier.
Michigan has always been noted for
the above element, and it should not
be so. If we all would look at such
matters with the idea that it is for
Michigan, the poor spirit would be
stamped out. Our cheerleaders aren't
out there with the feeln;, "Here I
am; I'm a pretty swell fellow," which
i:s the feeling, I am ashamed to ac-
knowledge, a good many of our jeer-
ing friends would have, but they are
there with Michigan in their hearts,
trying to help her. Why can't we all
be that way? Let's fight 'em,
A SENIOR.
Wireless Station itesumes Operation
Flashes and crackling sounds will
be observed and heard as formerly in
the wireless room in the basement of
the new engineering building. A
wireless operator has been appointed
who will be on duty from 7:00 to
10:00 o'clock each evening, beginning
some time next week.
M g Iar L IV 1Offered to hiixestors
New York, Oct. 14-The $500,000,000
5 per cent loan to Great Britain and
France was officially offered to the in-
vestors tonight, and the papers will
be sent out in the morning mail to-
morrow.

:IIT T LI WHETHER SCORES
WILL SiL('TRE PASSAGE FROM
;EIi ANY
Dr. Kunwald, director of the @in-
Cinnati symphony orchestra, included
a number of novelties in his program
for this year, and although it has been
Coubtful whether the scores would se-
cure passage from Germany to this
c:ountry, several scores have been al-
ready received. The following works
are expected: "Isle of the Dead," a
symphonic poem by Rachmaninoff; a
serenade for strings by Robert Fuchs,
a modern German composer, and De
hussy's "Roudes des Printemps."
4w 1 Woman's Courses at Cincinnati
Cincinnati, Oct. 14.-The aim of "Vo-
c ations for Women" at the University
of Cincinnati is to give women stu-
dents information concerning voca-
tions open to them. This will include
a teacher's, lawyer's, doctor's, and de-
tective's course.

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One Hundred

White Thibet Fox Scarfs
in a Sale Today
Warm, luxurious neck pieces, splendidly fashion-
able, and of excellent quality.
One hundred is a very limited number when the
low price and the certainty of heavy demand are
taken into consideration.
All are fresh from a New York fur house, and
valued regularly at $io.oo.

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Today and Saturday
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Expecting a ready for service suit to
really fit you is much like expecting
your grandfather's spectacles to im-
prove your sight..

Worth while cloth-s that truly fit rmusz
be tailored to measu r --to your rmeasure
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That's true!

NOTE: -This very special offering is a part of a Sale and exhibition of
fine Furs and Fur Garments going on' this week in the Second Floor
Salons.
We have combined our own magnificent eollections with a display sent
here for the occasi by a promnnent eastern fur manufacturer.
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SHIRTS
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