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May 17, 1916 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1916-05-17

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Within the last week many rare per-
sonal and household articles, belong-
ing to the late President-Emeritus J.
B. Angell, have been given to various
campus societies by his children. The
Womens' League has received the
cabinet grand piano which belonged
to Mrs. Angell, and which for many
years has stood in the Angell house.
An immense old French beveled glass
mirror, two elaborate Chinese screens,
and a rare old Chinese vase have also
been given to the league, together with
several rose bowls, and a large re-
flector, which the family brought from
the east when Dr. Angll came to
Michigan.
To the Martha Cook building was
given a large brass water bottle, such
as is used in the streets of Constanti-
nople. Dr. Angell brought this with
him from Turkey. A picture was
given to the Newberry residence, and
one to the Psi Upsilon fraternity, of
which Dr. Angell was a member. To
Collegiate Sorosis has been sent a
silver candelabra which belonged to
Mrs. Angell, who was a member of
the sorority. A set of remarkable
photographs of Pekin and Turkey,
which Dr. Angell secured while liv-
ing abroad, is now in the possession of
the university Y. W .C. A.
Not only were these organizations
remembered by the family of Dr. An-
gell, but a large number of personal
friends were also given gifts which
carry intimate associations, many hav-
ing been used by Dr. Angell for years.
****** * * * * * *
* PROGRAM OF MAY *
FESTIVAL CONCERTS *
* *
1. Wednesday Evening, May 17, *
8:00 o'Clock
* Soloist: Miss Frieda Hempel, *
* soprano. *
* The Chicago Symphony or- *
* chestra. *
Conductor: Mr. Frederick
* :tock. *
* - -*
2. Thursday Evening, MIay 18, *
* 8:00 o'clock *
* "Paradise Lost" (Symphonic *
* Poem) ................Bossi *
Soloists: *
* Miss Mabel Garrison, soprano *
* Miss Sophie Braslau, contralto *
* Mr. Reinald Werrenrath, Bai- *
tone. *
* Mr. Gustaf Holmquist, bass *
* Mr. Earl V. Moore, organist *
* The Chicago Symphony or- *
* chestra. *
* The University Choral Union *
* Mr. Albert A. Stanley, :con-
* ductor. *
* ___*
* 3. Friday Afternoon, May 19, *
2:30 o'Clock *
* Soloist: Miss Mabel Garrison, *
* soprano. *
* Children's Chorus
* The Chicago Symphony or- *
* chestra. *
* Mr. Albert A. Stanley and Mr.
* Frederick Stock, conductors. *
* 4. Friday Evening, May 19, *
* 8:00 o'Clock
McCormack Night
* Soloist: Mr. John McCormack, *
* tenor. *
* The Chicago Symphony or-
chestra. *
* Conductor: Mr. Frederick
* Stock. *
* Accompanist: Edwin Schneid- *
* er. *
* -*
* 5. Saturday Afternoon, May 20, *
2:30 o'Clock
* Recital on the Frieze Memor- *
* ial Organ by Ralph Kinder. *
* 6. Saturday Evening, May 20,
* . 8:00 o'Clock *
* "Samson and Delilah" (Opera *
* in three acts) ...Saint-Saens *
Cast
* Delilah-Mme. Margarete Matz- *
* enauer, contralto
* Samson-Mr. Morgan Kingston, *
tenor *
* High Priest-Sig. Pasquale *
* Amato, baritone *
* Abimilech ) Mr. Reinald Wer- *
* Old Hebrew) renrath, bass. *:
The University Choral Union *1
The Chicago Symphony or- *
* chestra. *
* Mr. Albert A. Stanley, con- *
* ductor.
* * * * * * *
CALL OFF MILITARY DRILL
ON ACCOUNT OF MAY FESTIVAL

On account of the May Festival, no
military drill will be held tonight on
Ferry Field. The rifles which the state
has promised for those who take part
in the drills will arrive in Ann Arbor
Wednesday, May 24, and will be dis-
tributed immediately.

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you'll certainly get one or the
other in "cheap" tailored-to-
order clothes.
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order to be made up by ED.
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largest tailors in the world
of (10) I made-to-order
clothes, you'll receive styl-
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fitting, good wearing, all-
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And the price will be the lowest
at which dependable tailor-made
clothes can be sold. Come in
and see the fabrics and styles,
and select your favored pattern.
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814 So. State

MAY GARGOYLE OUT ON FRIDAY
Edition Embodies Spirit of Captain
Kidd; Pleasing Cover Design
The spirit of Captain Kidd is said
to be embodied in the May number of
the Gargoyle, which will appear for
sale on the campus at noon Friday.
The "Piracy Edition" rejoices in a
pleasing cover design by L. M. Kish-
lar, '17E, in the buccaneer colors of
red and black, depicting a dashing
maid, "The Real Pirate," waving aloft
the skull and cross-bones.
Modern pirates, as well as the bold
spirits of ancient days, come in for
their share of criticism and satire.
Several campus organizations, and the
secret societies especially, are made to
"walk the plank," as shown in the
double page drawing by Harry R.
Leach, '16E.
A fund of humor is said to be con-
tained in the typical college baseball
story, "For Good Old Squelcherdunk,"
written by Ralph E. Folz, '17, and
illustrated by Leach.
The editorials contain some poig-
nant comments on Michigan's secret
societies and, divested of their spirit
of levity, are worthy of serious con-
sideration. The issue promises to at-
tain to the standard set by former
numbers of the humorous publication.
Engineers Elect Officers for Year
At the annual election of officers of
the Engineering society held Monday,
the following nien were elected: Presi-
dent, T. W. Sheahan, '17E; vice-presi-
dent, C. M. Burns, '17E; secretary,
-Tom Tobey, '17E; treasurer, C. K.
Reichert, '17E. An entirely new con-
stitution was also adopted.
Patronize Daily A dvertizers.

Today is the day. Get it at Davis', Advertisers in The Michigan Daily
119 S. Main. m17 are the reliable business men of your
city. It will pay you to patronize
For quick service, call 2255. tf them. **

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