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THE MICHIGA.N DAILY
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PROCEEDS OF BRYANTALK
TO BE USED IN EUROPE
I. 14. C. A. Branch Sends Largest
Single Sum for Use in Russian
Prison (Vamp
The proceeds from William J. Bry-
an's lecture Saturday night which
amounted to over $200, will be used
as funds for Y. M. C. A. trench work-
ers in Europe. This sum is the largest
that any individual branch associa-
tion has yet contributed.
More than $1,000,000 has been rais-
ed by John R. Mott, general secre-
tary of World's Student Federation,
through Young Men's Clristian Asso-
ciations of America, for the allevia-
tion of suffering in Europe. Most of
this money has been used to aid pris-
oners in the stockade prisoner camps
of Russia. An association secretary
is sent to each camp with $1,000 and
he sees to the building of a hut or tent
for rooms, the organization of the
prisoners for educational training and
the expenditure of the money for
bocks and newspapers. Before this
wor! was started prisoners were left
for months in these stockades with-
out work, recreation or nes from
the outside world.
- Last November a general appeal
was made to associations all over the
country for funds for this work. The
local association secured Mr. Bryan
to lecture here with the understand-
ing that the proceeds would be used
for this purpose.

DIRECTOR PRAISES SPIRIT
SHOWN IN MICHIGAN UNIO N
Says Student Interest in Organization
Excells That at Harvard,
Yale and P'ennsy
"The Michigan Union appeals to me
very much, because of the vitality it
gives to student activities," said Mr.
Charles P. Morgan, director of the
1916 opera, yesterday afternoon. "I
would never have been able to stage
an opera here at Michigan in three
weeks if it had not been for the con-
centration of student interest in the
Union.
"At Pennsylvania, my Alma Mater,
we have the Houston club to corres-
pond to the Union, but it does not
hold nearly so strong a position. The
Yale Commons and the Harvard Un-
ion are also like the Union, but they,
too, fail to concentrate student atten-
tion. Pennsylvania is unfortunate in
being located in a city. The Mask
and Wig club, which puts on the op-
eras at Pennsylvania, has club rooms
in Philadelphia, just a few minutes'
ride from the university campus, but
they are not adequate for complete
rehearsals. There I have to call up
students individually to get them to
come to rehearsals, while here all
that is necessary is to post a notice
at the Union where everybody can see
it.
"Here at Michigan the Union comes
first and everybody is interested in it,
while at Pennsylvania, students con-
sider the Houston club of little im-
portance. although almost everybody
belongs."

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'UNCHES, CANDIES, HOT SUNDAES
AT THE

SUGAR BOWL
109 SU TH M AIN STREET

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This week we are holding a unique
and interesting saleof
Notions
and Sewing
Supplies
in which it is possible foi: custo-
mers to purchase a great many of
the ordinary household and sewing
basket articles at greatly reduced
prices.
Conveniently displayed in the
Center Aisle, Main Floor.
CHEMISTS TO VISIT 1Q.EDO
Engineering Party to Leave Friday for
Tour of Five Plants'
Chemical engineers will go to To-
ledo Saturday on an inspection, trip
to five mamfacturing plants. The
itinerary will include the following:
The Sun company, petroleum refin-
ers; the Harbauer company, pickles'
and condiments; the Owens Bottle
Machine company, manufacturers of
bottles and bottle machinery; the Ed-
ward Ford Plate Glass company, and
the Toledo Seed & Oil Co. The party
will leave Friday morning.
Send The Daily home. $1.00 for the
rest of the year. **

Intercollegiate
Cornell -X1.401.68 was collected by
the war relief committee from the fac-
ulty and undergraduates.
Depauw-The new $125,000 gymna-
sium was recently dedicated with
elaborate ceremonies. Former Vice-
President Fairbanks presided.
Nebraska-The university is consid-
ering the single tax system which will
raise the registration fee $3.00. This
tax will defray the expenses of all col-
lege activities.-
Syracuse-By defeating Princeton
here Saturday night the Varsity five
completed its fifth year without suf-
fering defeat on its home floor.
Nebraska-In an endeavor to find the
weak spots in the paper the Daily Ne-
braskan offers a dollar for every good
knock against the paper.
Minnesota-Captain A. M. Eddy of a
section of American ambulance, is try-,
ing to enlist the services of 22 stu-
dents as drivers in France for the
summer.
Brown-The baseball team has been
invited to play several games in Hono-
lulu this summer.
Syracuse-The new athletic arenar
will be the largest stadium in America.,
It covers six and one-third acres and1
will have a seating capacity of 20,000.
Wisconsin-The engineers stagedc
their annual minstrel show Friday<
night.c

WE MAKE OUR OWN CANDIES OUT OF
THE PUREST AND BEST MATERIALS
Study Means Stupidity
unless the body is developed in a way to supply the
* mental keenness and alertness that are necessary to
success in every line of college endeavor. Top-heavy
college men are the bane of business. Brain and
brawn must go hand in hand to meet the require-
ments of the full-rounded college life.
Shredded Wheat
is the best balanced ration for reaching the highest
efficiency in study or play. Contains all the rich,
body-building material of the whole wheat grain made
digestible by steam-cooking,shredding and baking. It
is the favorite food of athletes because it supplies the
greatest amount of muscle-building material with the
least tax upon the digestive organs. It is on the train-
ing table of nearly every college and university of the
United States and Canada. Its delicious freshness
and crispness will tempt the most jaded appetite. Eat
it for breakfast with milk or cream, or for any meal
in combination with fruits.

HARM USCENE UNREFINED?
"TAXPAVYER" CliiTICIZES M iE
OF ALL NATION REVUE, QUES-
TION'tNC TONE OF SPECTACLE
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
Now that the Revue des Nations is
over, let us take an inventory.
Two hundred students engaged in
it, with a number of professors.
Weeks of interrupted study, nights
of rehearsals, expensive outfits, stag-
ings and costumes. Then the finals:
Two full houses, high-priced seats.
Certainly a pile of money.
Who gets it?
Professional dancers immensely ad-
vertised as drawing card
The professional dancing on the
stage was an abomination, an insult
to a respectable audience, a travesty
upon civilization.
Can we call it a refinement, an ideal,
opportunity for our daughters, stu-
dents of our highest state institution
of learning. to represent the inmatest
of a Turkish harem?I
The motif of the Revue will admitc
of discussion and criticism.f
Was it asked?c
It is needed?
Why were not these things investi-I
gated before this detrimental inter-1
ruption to study was entered upon? 1
Is our State University one immense
Vanity Fair?I

OPERA TRYOUTSUFAIR
WRITERS ASSERT ORCHESTRA TO
HAVE BEEN CHOSEN PARTLY
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
The students of the university have
been led to believe that the positions
in the Union Opera are awarded on a
competitive basis. We feel that the
Union has willfully misrepresented
the matter as regards the selection of
an opera orchestra.
A try-out was announced through
The Michigan Daily. Several stu-]
dents under an impression, reason-
able enough, that the personnel of
the orchestra was to be determined
by this try-out, went through the irk-
some ordeal cheerfully enough. The
names of the successful candidates
were posted on the Union bulletin
board under the caption "Union Opera
Orchestra 1916." Some, taking these
results seriously, appeared at three
consecutive rehearsals. No intima-
tion was given that they were not to
continue to appear at rehearsals.
On Saturday evening a new list of
names appeared on the same bulletin
board under the caption, "Orchestra
List."
This list, while it excluded several
who had been selected at the try-outs,
included the names of at least five
who had not been at the try-out and
a few entirely new ones. It was ob-
vious that the positions, which, to all
intents and purposes, were to have
been occupied by those successful ii,
the try-out, were now to be occupied
by persons who were never near the
try-out, and even by persons whose
names did not appear on the first list
The modus operandi of this second se-
lection is so subtle as to evade
analysis.
It is known, however, that many in-

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dividuals were called upon and asked
if they desired to play, after the posi-
tions were already filled through what
one would suppose tc be the legiti-
mate way, a competitive try-out on a
basis of merit. Now if the manage-
ment desires to choose the orchestru
on a basis of personal invitation or
favoritism let it do so but let it not
pretend before the public eye to use
a standard of competition on a basis
of merit! It is exceedingly unfortun-
ate that the Union should, either di-
rectly or indirectly, be responsible for
such an occurrence as the past week
has brought to light, at a time when
its integrity is the path by which it
is appealing for support to the alumni
and students of the university.
H. E. A., '18.
H. S. L., '17.

HOLD SECOND LENTEN VESPERS
"Aspects of the Old Testament" to Be
Subject for Today
"Aspects of the Oold Testament"
will be the subject of the second of
the Tuesday afternoon Lenten vesper
services to be held at 4:30 o'clock to-
day in St. Andrew's Episcopal church.
A special quartet wil sing at the serv-
ice.
At 7:30 o'clock tomorrow night in
the church, Mr. R. C. Harrison will
speak on "The Talisman" which is
the second of a series of addresses on
the "Guideposts of Life."
All students and townspeople inter-
ested in the services are cordially in-
viied to attend them.

FOR BALI
FOR SALE-Two Opera tickets for
Friday night. Call 13324-J. mar14
FOR SALE-Two Opera tickets for
Thursday night. Main floor, $1.50.
Phone 366. mar14

FOB RENT.

FOR SALE-Two Opera tickets
Thursday night. Phone 799-M.

for

For Rent-Suite of housekeeping
rooms, four rooms and bath complete-
ly furnished, electric lights, gas, fur-
nace. Five minutes walk from cam-
pus. Very reasonable. Inquire 1327
Wilmot. Phone 984-M.
MISCELLANEOU"
In our specialty department, we
employ college men and women for
summer vacation period. Line "Easy"
Vacuum Washing Machines, Liberal
commissions. Get your territory now.
"Easy" Washer Company, 400 Vinney
Bldg., Syracuse, N. Y, mar14,15
Advertizers in The Michigan Daily

A TAXPAYER.
Museum to Remain Open Sundays
Owing to numerous requests, the
University Museum will be open Sun-
days and holidays from 2:44 to 4:30
o'clock for visitors, in addition to the
regular hours. Mr. H. C. Fortner, in-
structor in zoology, has been placed
in charge of the museum during these
extra hours.
Look over the advertizements. They
will interest you. **

Prives Family
Fred Wier, 38
arrested by the

from Honme; Insane
years old, after being
sheriff's force of this

CITY.NEWS

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mar14
FOR SALE-Two Opera tickets, Fri-
day night, main floor, $1.50. Tighe,
904 Oakland. mar14
For Sale-Four Union Opera seats;
two for Wednesday and two Saturday.
Phone 815-J.

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You Don't Have To Purchase
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city last Saturday, has been pro-
nounced insane by local doctors. It
is alleged that Wier assaulted his
small daughter and drove his family
from their home at Gott and Summit
streets. A date for a hzearing of ie
case has not yet been set.
The remainder of the Spring hats
at the Church of Christ will be on
sale Tuesday morning at greatly re-
duced prices. Come in and get one
of these bargains.

Prisoner Removed to Detroit
T. C. Ninde, an insane prisoner wh<
has been held at the county jail in this
city since Friday, was taken to De-
treit last night by Ckief of Policc
Frank Pardon and Deputy Sheriff A
J. Eldert. Ninde is a resident of De-
troit and was turned over to the sher
iff's force at that place. He was tak
en into custody after creating a dis
turbance at the St. James hotel, and
after being locked up was adjudged
to be insane.

are the reliable business men of the
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LOST-Two Michigan Opera tickets - -- -
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F. E. Williams. rest of the year. **

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