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Y. M. C. A. FURNiSHES
LION ENTERTAINMENT

STUDENTS REMAINING IN ANN
ARBOR SEEK PLEASURE AT
LANE HALL
The Army "Y" did not cease its ac-
tivities during vacation. While many
of the students were away it was the
scene of four parties for those who re-
mained here. The "Y" furnished re-
freshments and movies and a student
committee worked up the entertain-
ments. The baby grand piano was
restored to its former home in Lane
hall,. and was christened anew with a
glass of punch by way of welcome.
The other furniture has also been re-
installed and the lobby once more re-
sumes its before the war aspect.
Newspapers will continue to come
to the "Y" from all over the state,
and the most prominent magazines,
religious, seculal, popular, scientific,
and philosophical will be accessible to
all students who wish to take advan-
tage of them. One of those subscrib-
ed for is the Illustrated News of Lon-
don.
"Y" Leader Attends Conference
During the holidays Mr. Heffley of
the "Y" attended a four days' confer-
ence in Evanston. The subect taken
up was the matter of developing re-
construction acid peace ideals through
group discussion in universities.
Thirteen states of the middle west,
were represented. Beginning the sec-
ond semester, the group discussions at
the "Y" will be renewed.
"Y" Secretaries to Meet Saturday
The Army Y. M. C. A. is financing
the work for the rest of the academic
year and will make Lane hall a com-
fortable place to read and study.
Movies will continue' to be shown'
every Wednesday and Saturday even-
ings. Thetea. room starteddSunday
and will serve two meals a day dur-
ing the week, together with a Sunday
dinner.

A conference of all Army "Y" sec-
retaries of the state will be held Sat-
urday in Ann Arbor. About 40 men
are expected, including representa-
tives from the War Work council, or-
ganized to discuss the work for the
next six months. Mr. Francis Stiffler,
sent by the National War Work coun-
cil, will continue his work here until
the second semester, when he will be
withdrawn.
]XICHIGAN LEN HELP SILENCE
THE HUN LONG DISTANCE GUNS
One hundred and twenty-five Mich-
igan men were sent to France to
handle the biggest rifles used by the
Allies to silence the 76-mile German
guns. These men with 375 other Am-
ericans manned five batteries of the
14-inch, 50-caliber navy guns on two
fronts in France.
This was learned from a copy of the
Big U, a newspaper printed aboard
the battleship Utah, displayed at the
Michigan bureau of military relief
headquarters by Carl M. Tritschler of
the University of Michigan. Ensign'
Phillip Raymond, ex-'18, half back for
Michigan in 1916, was connected with
the batteries. Robert B. Ball and Ward
D.Peterson both of Ann Arbor were
among those manning the big naval
guns.
Alumni Hall Resumes "Plase" Aspect
Fraternities, which lent their furn-
iture to the Alumni, Memorial hall,
have been busy for the past week in
removing their belongings to what
were once the S. A. T. C. barracks.
Alumni Memorial hall was converted
into a Hostess house for the duration
of the war. Now that peace is here, it
has been undergoing another change.
Quickly constructed letter ! writing
tables have been removed and every
room on the first floor has witnessed
a cleaning and refurnishing. 'Today
Alumni hall is as peace times saw it,
ready to receive all Michigan men and
women. g

liusic otes IdPEJ HOSPITAL UNIT TO
ARIWV 1"?OM FRANE SOON,
Prof. A. A. Stanley has chosen Battle Creek, Mich., Jan. 7.---Harperx
Gounod's "Faust" and Hadley's "Ode base hospit al unit, recruited entirely
to Music" for the choral works to be in Michigan, is to leave France for the
presented by the University Choral I.united States on or about Jan. 10, ae-
union at the May festival. There is cording to information received here
still room for more voices, especially from members of the unit. The unit,
male voices. was recruited in four days, taking men
.and women from all parts of the state,
The Caruso concert which was post- from the Copper country. on the Ke-
poned on account of the influenza ,tweenaw peninsula, to the state line
epidemic will be given sometime in berdering Ohio. In France the hos-
March. The announcement will be pital, located at Dijon, had 700 beds
made three weeks in advance. It is and handled many wounded and sick
impossible to give the date sooner Yanks. Eventually the number of
because the Metropolitan opera is beds was increased to 2.600.
booked that far ahead. The unit was composed of 26 offic-
Caruso will be assisted by the same ers, 65 nurses and 154 enlisted men.
artists announced for last fall: Nina Due to its early arrival in France
Morgan, soprano of the Metropolitan the unit did some very hard work.
opera company; Elias Breeskin, Russ-~
ian pianist; Isaac Von Gove, pianist. (HIIMESE ENIN!EJRING dRAI)
and Salvatore Fuccito, pianist. flAKES GOOD WITII S TE1 FIRM
The next twilight faculty concert Mr. Qua Lee Young, '15E, has re-
will be given at 3 o'clock Sunday aft- cently been promoted to the position
ernoon, January 19. An interesting of manager of the branch of the Trus-
program will be provided by James con Steel Company of Hankow, China,

Girls Beat Boys in H. S. Debate
Three girls won a debate from a
team of three boys at Ann Arbor high
school yesterday morning on the sub-
jdct of "Minimum Wage for Unskilled
Labor." The girls represented the af-
firmative side. The contest was a
practice debate in preparation for the
inter-school debates arranged by the
Michigan High School Debating
league.
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Hamilton, tenor; Samuel Pierson
Lockwood, violinist, and Earl Moore,
organist. These concerts given under
the auspices of the University School
of Music are complimentary and the
general public is invited.
Mr. Samuel Lockwood, who has been
absentonleave for military duty, has
resumed his work at the University
School of Music. He will reorganize
the UniversitySymphony orchestra.
Announcements for try-outs will be
made soon.
1919 Automobile Licenses Due Sow
Chief of Police Thomas O'Brien
states that 1919 auto licenses should
have been procured before Jan. 1, but
for local residents the time has been
extended 15 days. However, non-resi-
dents whose autos do not bear the
1919 license are liable to arrest.
Red Cross Workers Still Needed
Despite the fact that fighting has
ceased, Red Cross activities are much
in evidence. Knitted articles for both
soldiers and sailors, garments for
hospital patients and for refugees, es-
pecially children, are still badly
needed.

according to a letter received here by
Prof. HI. E. Riggs of the Engineering
college. Mr. Young's promotion is
unusual, as he is one of the first
Chinamen to be placed in charge of
the Chinese otfee of a foreign firm.
Mr. R. H. Page, manager of the
Foreign Trade department of the
Truscon Steel Company of Youngs-
town,Ohio, in his letter to Professor
Riggsinquired regarding Chinese en-
gineering students, stating that he
could probably arrange to place at
least one civil engineering graduate
each year. Chinese architectural
graduates are also wanted by Mr.
Page.
Voters to Pass on Booze iedment
(By Associated Press)
Lansing, Jan. 7.-Grand M. Hud-
son, superintendent of the Michigan
Anti-Saloon league, is credited with
the statement that the league will
make no further attempt to block ef-
forts of the Michigan Hotelmen's as-
sociation to place before the electors,
in the April elections, the proposed
beer and light wines amendment.
The adoption of this amendment
would permit the manufacture and
sale of cider, beer, and light wines.

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