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April 02, 1919 - Image 6

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Playing the latest one steps and fox
trots, Benson's orchestra from Chica-
go and Wright's orchestra from Co-
lumbus, Ohio, will alternate through-
out the evening at the J-Hop.
Overlooking the floor of Waterman
gymnasium from the running track,
the two orchestras will be in a posi-
tion to send the music to all corners
of the temporary ball room.
These two orchestrasare the best
that could be secured. Wright's is
known in Ann Arbor and the East by
their marvelous playing in former en-
gagements. It has played at Cornell,
Ohio State, and the big college affairs
throughout the East and is well known
as a player of difficult pieces with the
greatest smoothness.I
Benson's orchestra has played at all
of the big affairs of society in Chi-




4:30-Freshmen Girls' Glee club meets
in Barbour gymnasium.
7:00-Interelass baseball managers
meet in Athletic association office.
7:30-New England club meets in
Lane hall.
8:00-Meeting of the Intercollegiate
Socialist society in room 162 Natural
Science building. Mr. M. Waldhorn
will speak on "The Socialist Labor
7:00-Prof. Leroy Waterian of the
Semitics department will address the
Zionist circle of the Menorah so-
ciety in room 205 University hall on
"The Prophetic Conception of the
7:15-William Farnum In "Les Miser-
ables" at the Methodist church.
The women's chapter of the Cosmo-
politan club will entertain the men's
chapter at a party at 7:30 o'clock
Friday evening in Lane hall.
All Jewish students who wish to make
arrangements for Passover meals
should call Harry August at 907-R
after 7 p. m.

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water meters to install in every home
and place of business it will out down
this excess supply in such a way that
two direct, beneficial results will be
inevitable: The amount of water that
will have to be pumped will be cut
down to such an extent that there will
be plenty of pure water in the Wash-

tenaw wells and Steere farm to meet
all the city's needs; and everyone
could have all the water needed, at the
same time getting it at a lower rate
of cost."
Next Monday a vote will be taken to
decide whether the city is to install
4,500 more water meters which it is
thought will be necessary to supply
every building in the city. At the
present time there is between 400 and
500 in Ann Arbor.

Booths Laid Out - --_
The gymnasium is beginning to as- i OPERA TRIP PROMISE
sume the appearance which it will MANY ENTER
have on the night of the Hop. The lo- -
cation of the booths has been laid out.
All are of uniform size. Some have (Continued from Pa
greater frontage, but are not of the; aid about 3 o'clock the t
same depth. boarded for Kalamazoo.
There will be no partitions or crests. Home Some Time
allowed in the booths due to a ruling The noon meal at Kalan
made some years ago. On the front at the Burdick hotel and
of each booth will be a large card be served there at 6 o'clo
bearing the booth number in 10 inch is on the program that
numerals, which may be seen plainly usual and early Saturday
from the further, end of the hall. train is to leave for G
Floors Waxed the last stop.
Furiture for the booths must be The Pantlind hotel will
placed by 3 o'clock according to the ping place in Grand Ra
Hop committee in order that the gym- dance is planned for the
nasium may be put in shape in time that afternoon and after
for the opeling. The gymnasium floors the performance will b
will be made as smooth as any ball then a dance at the h
room floor with a powder which the o'clock.
Hop committee has secured and this Sometime Sunday the t
will remove one objectional feature of turn to Ann Arbor from G
former years. ' --
Check rooms for the women will be
in the basement of Barbour gyman-
slum and on the second floor for men. INDEPENDENTS 1
Both doors between the two buildings
will be open at all times. There will Few Independents 1
be a smoking room in the basement 1 sending in the numbe
of Waterman gymnasium, no smoking booths with the lists
being permitted elsewhere because of girls for the J-Hop. B
the fire laws of Michigan. bers are important if t
All flowers are prohibited and they i are to appear in the 3
will be checked at the door if worn tra. Due to the fact t
despite the ruling of the committee. have sent complete in
Independents should
MICHIGAN'S WOMEN'S LEAGUE to The Daily office list
RECEIVES MANY INQUIRIES girls together with th
numbers not later than
That the excellent organization of I Tuesday afternoon.
the Women's league is recognized
throughout collegiate circles in the!1
United States is p'roved each year by
a large number of inquiries concern- MANY STUDENTS G
ing it. The universities of Indiana I.Whether you go home
and Washington are the latest to re- here, I'll pay three doll
quest information about the league, per day during Spring Vac
having been referred to, its constitu- 1775, today.-Adv.
tion and by-laws by other colleges
which have used them as a model for TAXI FOR THE
organizing their women students. You can still make
The Women's league in the Univer- with us for J-Hop service.
sity of Michigan is among the oldest Taxi Co. Phone 1300.-A
associations of its kind. It was es- -
tablished in 1890. _ Daily advertising Is pro
Eighteen new members were taken
into the Alpha Nu Debating society at1 BICY CL
their initiation held recently. The as-
piring orators were: Wilber M. Seel-
ye, '22, Leo A. Nowodworski, '21, An- OR
thony Kabacinski, '21, William H.
'Wise, '21, S. S. Hawkes, '21, H. H.
Warner, '21, Carlton F. Wells, '20,
George Seletto, '21, Robert B. Ritter,
'22, Wilbur D. Spidel, '22, Don E.
Williams, '22, Leo A. Schmidt, '21, Al-
fred E. Lindbloom, '22, Gerald Bal- Hand
thaser, '22, David A. Watts, '21, Mar- H sevi
tin A. Phillips, '20, and Claude A. Van
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new one, we have a few of those new
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,nna Fitziu, -Lois M. Johnston sopranos; Louise Homer, Merle Al-
Komenarski, contraltos; Fernando Cari, Arthur Hackett, tenors;
a, Robert R. Dieterle, Baritones; Andres deSegurola, Gustaf Holm-
ssip Gabrilowitsch, Pianist; Charles M. Courboin, Earl V. Moore,
as: Chicago Symphony Orchestra, University Choral Union.
Conductors: Albert A. Stanley, Frederick Stock
"Ode to Music" (Hadley), "Faust" (Gounod), "Fair Land of Free-
dom" (Stanley),
50, $5, $6, $7-Now on Sale at University School of Music



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