THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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AT NEXT TWILIGHT RECITAL
An interesting miscellaneous pro-
gram will be given at the faculty twi-
light recital at 3 o'clock Sunday aft-
ernoon in Hill auditorium. A mistake
in the date was made in yesterday's
The following program will be giv-
Recitative and Aria: ("Judas
"My Arms! Against This Gargins Will
Will I Go.
"Sound An Alarm !"
Rhapsody on a Breton
Melody ................ Saint-Saens
Slumber Song a.................Parker
Allegretto, E flat minor .......Parkerl
Earl V. Moore
Legende, Op. 17- .... ...Wieniawski
Romance, G major, Op. 40.. Beethoven
Polonaise, D major, Op. 4, No.
Samuel P. Lockwood
Te Wind Speaks .... Grant-Schaefer
I'll Sing Thee Songs of Araby..
Dance of the Angels (New Life)
Oriental Sketch, Number 3
University Receives Gift of Telescope
A telescope was recently present-
ed to the University by the son of
Professor Langley, formerly of the
general chemistry department in the
University. The telescope was made
by Professor Langley and his brother,
S. P. Langley, when they were young
men. Professor Langley's brother was
the director of the Alleghany ob
servatory and later he became the
secretary of the Smithsonian Insti-
tute at Washington, D. C.
"SAY IT WITH ROWERS"
o o't Say
Spartacides, members of Germany's
Bolshevik party, take their name from
the pseudonym of "Spartacus" adopt-
ed by Dr. Karl Liebknecht, their lead-
er, for his writings in the days of the
monarchy. The custom of using class-
ical pen names as started in the
German Revolution of 1848. When
Dr. Liebknecht began to assume prom-
. inence as a radical he called himself
'Spartacus." His followers are thus
known as the Spartacus group, Spar-
tacans or Spartacides. Spartacus was
a Thracian who was captured by the-
Romans and trained as a gladiator.
He escaped, proclaimed the freedom
of all states and defeated several Ro-
man a'mies sent against him. What
has been called an unhappy augury
for Dr. Liebknecht is that Spartacus
fell a victim to dissensions in his
own followers in B. C. 71.
"Q' SHIP USURPS
FAME OF "U" BOATS
London. - (Correspondence of the
Associated Press).-A "Q" ship has
come to London. She is a gray, dingy,
nondescript kind of ship, perhaps al
collier or a - coastal tramp. But all
London is flocking to St. Katherine's
dock to' see her; for the frowsy oldI
tub represents a development of naval
warfare which produced some of the
finest heroism in the history of sea
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Play Mystery Roll
According to Sir Eric Geddes, first
lord of the British admiralty, noth-
ing could be more inspiring than the
conduct of the officers and men on the
"Q" ships-"those mystery ships where
for hours the men lay, and were shell-
ed and killed and lay untended until
the opportunity came to sink the en-
This "Q" ship is certainly not what
she seems. At a signal her hatchways
-- can disclose glistening 4-inch guns,
and her harmless-looking stays rap
out wireless messages. For more than
two years her skipper, Lieutenant-
Commander Auten, V. C., and her
crew, all of whom remain with her,
have been hunting U-boats.
are guaranteed all wool and
workmanship is backed by thirty yea rs experience produc-
ing "Better Clothes."
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It's Getting Wintery
limOett nI/Cr P~
The Girls are Preparing
They want to look their best "over here" to entertain the boys
from "over there." Parties, entertainments and personal calls
demand the Daintiest Slippers to make their appearance com-
Silver and Gold Cloth -.
-French Kid and Pat-
ent Pumps - Oxfords
or Two-eyelet South-
ern Ties. Light, Dain-
ty, Dressy Models, all x
sizes. fr ;
Gunner Cunningham, wearing a dis-
Lnguished service medal, shows visit-
ors to" the ship how theytackled sub-
marines. Leading the way to the fore-
castle, he points to a hawser-reel ly-
inging on the deck. "That's a dummyI
-it hides a periscope. The skipper
from his look-out would give the range
to the hidden gun crews."
The crew of this decoy ship hunted
submarines in an old steamer called
the Stock Force until the forepart of
that vessel was blown away by a tor-
pedo. It was on the Stock Force that
Lieutenant-Commander Auten won the
PLANS BEING MADE
FOR MAY EXH IBIT,
If you want to beat the cold Winds you should
make your selection now for that suit or over-
coat from our stock of pure woolens which
have been purchased for one, two, or three
years. Therefore we are in a position to meet
any reliable merchant in price, to say nothing
of our superior quality.
Because our cloth was purchased when it was
possible to buy all woolen material. You are
very fortunate to be able to obtain this grade
of cloth today.
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In preparation for the coming May
exhibit of engineering work and ap-
paratus in the engineering college,
students of all classes of the school
are be'ginning the organization of com-
mittees who will make necessary plans
for the work of the exhibition. The
display,. the first since 1916, is to be
one of the largest and most complete
ever shown in the college. Members
of the Engineering society and repre-
sentatives of all classes and organiza-
tions are to co-operate with professors
in planning the exposition. The work,
which is beginning at the present time
will be turned over to committees as
soon as they are elected by the var-
Excellent opportunity is given the
college for a successful exhibit this
year on account of the great number
o" machines and apparatus now own-
ed by the school through purchase or
gift from manufacturing concerns
which have donated.-specimens of their
equipment or manufactures to the col-
Other features of the exposition will
be exhibits of articles, drawings, and
designs made by students. The work
of architectural students will be
shown chiefly in this manner as well
as that of designing engineers and sur-
veyors. Matters of interest to be cov-
ered in the exposition will include a
number of recent discoveries in com-
mercial fields and operation of devices
invented since the last similar exposi-
tion was given in Ann Arbor. The
college will show the results of its
work for the past two years during
which have marked steady and high
achievements in all departments of
PlanesArrive in Detroit from Texas
Detroit, Jan. 8.-A record flight was
made when two map making air-
planes arrived here yesterday from El-
lington, Texas, having completed the
trip of 1,476 miles in 878 minutes.
Is needed to the University men in regard to
the class of work we turn out. So make your
selection at your earliest convenience as our
sock is limited and it takes time to do careful
work. Seledcions may be made now for later
It will be a pleasure for us
To show you our line and talk over your wants.
Always ready to serve you.
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