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March 21, 1919 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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HAT'S GOING ON
TODAY
-The editorial staff of the In-
der meets in Its office in the Press
ilding. All interested in work on
Inlander are invited to attend.
-A banquet for the Michigan
chnic staff and tryouts will be
d at the Delta cafe.
-Meeting 9gl the Cosmopolitan
b in the club rooms, 305 Univer-
y hall.
-Meeting of the Polonla iterary
cle in brown room of Lane hall.
-Dr. Saul Bushman of the Gen.
%I Electric company speaks on
odern Applications of the Elec-
n Theory" in the west lecture
m of the Physics building.
TOMORROW
-All-campus mixer given by the
sques in Barbour gymnasium. Ad-
ision 25 cents.
-Francis X. Bushman in "With
atness and Dispatch," a free movie
the University Y. M. C. A.
U-NOTICE S
members of the senior literary
ass may be measured, for their
ps and gowns at George Moe's on
rth University avenue.
Loving Cup," which was to have
m presented by the Masques Fri-
y afternoon for the Women's
gue, has been postponed until the
ter part of May.
or engineers who have not yet
ocured their ticekts for the dinner

Saturday night may get them at the
Engineering society room today.
OPERA TO GO TO PORT HURON;
SIX TOWNS ON TRIP LIST

..

(Continued from Page One)
'Wednesday night show would be just
as good as any following. Three dress
hehearsals are being held this year,
a thing never done before, so it is ex-
pected that the company will be fully
adapted to the costumes and stage.
Fine Progress Being Made
There are few rough spots left in the
production. The cast and chorus has
been working hard every night, and
their efforts under the direction of
Mr. Shuter are beginning to tell. By
next Wednesday night it is expected
that everything will be moving with
the ease and perfectness usually found
only in professional companies.
Walter Reiss, '21L, advertising man-
ager, will leave today on a business
trip to include all of the towns vis-
ited by the opera. He will make all
arrangements for the company. Lan-
sing, Flint, Port Huron, Saginaw, Kal-
amazoo, and Grand Rapids will be vis-
ited.
Museum Publishes New Papers
A short paper on a Japanese species
of shell-fish is the latest publication
of the Museum of the University,
written by Dr.' Bryant Walker of De-
troit. Several longer papers by mem-
bers of the museum department are
now at the printers and will, it is ex-
pected, be ready for distribution soon

PHYSICAL EXAMS OF FRESHMEN
IN ORDER AFTER VACATION
Physical examinations and 'meas-
urements to be plotted on the an-
thropometric charts will be taken of
all freshmen immediately after spring
vacation.
'these measurements, which are us-
ually taken shortly after the men en-
ter school, were postponed this year
because of the lack of proper gymna-
sium facilities. Doctor May has been
too busy organizing the classes to
hold the exams to date.
It is thought that some excellent
marks will be recorded this season as
the men have been able to get in some
work before the exams.
General Palmer to Talk on League
Washington, March 20.-The league
to enforce peace announced tonight
through its Washington headquarters
that Attorney General Palmer was
preparing to make a series of-speeches
in support of the proposed constitu-
tion for a league of nations.
Grah
Come early in

of the Inlander will be discussed at a1
meeting of the editorial staff at 4
o'clock Friday afternoon in the In-
lander office on the second floor of the
Press buiIling.! Mr. Cowden, the
faculty adviser,' will. be present and
will make suggestions. All members
of the staff should attend.
The editor would be glad to hear.
suggestions and criticisms from all in-
terested in the magazine at this meet-
ing. Freshmen and others who con-!
template working on the staff next
year are urged to attend.
Museum Records Feathered Arrivals
Among the latest spring arri als
reported by Mr. Norman A. Wood of
the Museum are meadow larks, kill-
deer, three species of black bird, mi-
gratory hawks, and several ducks.
These have been added to the year-
round list kept at the museum by Mr.
Wood, who is the curator of birds.

blocks, and on South State, East Use the Daily to reach the students.
Washington, and East William streets -Adv.
Service and Meats
Unexpected guests cause no worries for our
customers. The have only to step to the
phone and give us their extra order, large or
small, and the meats will be delivered to their
home shortly.
Our customers appreciate this service. So
would you. Call us for our prices.
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INLANDER STAFF MEETS TODAY City Votes To Survey Alleys and South University avenue. si
TO PLAN FOR COMING ISSUES At a meeting of the city council be made. An adjourned sessio
Wednesday night it was voted that a the council will be held Friday.
Plans for the April and May issues survey of private alleys in business

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Ann Arbor May Festival
SIX CONCERTS-MAY 14, 15, 16,17
FOUR DAYS OF MUSIC
SOPRANOS
ROSA PONSELLE
Prima donna Metropolitan Opera Company
ANNA FITZIV
Prima donna Chicago Opera Company
LOIS M. JOHNSTON
The Pride of Detroit
CONTRALTOS
LOVISE HOMER
Prima donna Metropolitan Opera Companyj
MERLE ALCOCK
Distinguished American Artist
MINERVA KOMINARSKI
Splendid Polish Artist
TENORS
FERNANDO CARPI
Metropolitan and Chicago Opera Companies
ARTHUR HACKETT
American Artist of Note
BARITONES
EMILIO deGOGORZA
Eminent Spanish Artist
ROBERT R. DIETEWLE
An Ann Arbor Favorite
BASSES
ANDRES deSEGVROLA
Metropolitan Opera Company
GUSTAF HOLMQVIST
A Festival Favorite
INSTRUMENTALISTS
OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH
Noted Pianist Conductor j
CHAR.LES M. COUR.BOIN
Belgian Organist
ORGANIZATIONS
CHICAGO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
Frederick Stock, Conductor
CHORAL WORKS
VNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
Albert A. Stanley, Conductor
"Faust" (Gounod), "Ode to Music" (Hadley),
"Fair Land of Freedom" (Stanley)
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