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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1919.

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WHAT'S GOING ON

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TODAY
:00--Grls' Glee club meets for re-
hearsal.
:00-Cercle Francais members meet
in society rooms to go from there to
Lieutenant Rovillain's room, where
he will explain his collection of war
trophies.
:15--Soph engineers practice base-
ball on Ferry field.
:00-Meeting of all fraternity stew-
ards at the Union to discuss co-op-
erative buying plan.
TOMORROW
:00-mimes meet at the Union.
ERMAN-AUSTRIAN MINISTER
PROTESTS AGAINST TREATY
Copenhagen, May 12.-Dr. Otto Bau-
r, foreign' minister of German-Aus-
ria, in a speech to the workers pro-
ested against the peace terms hand-
d to the Germans at Versailles. Dr.
auer objected to the plan for mak-
ig German-Austria a neutralized
tate and concluded:
"This small German-Austria cannot
xist alone. Unless we join with Ger-
nany we shall not be even German-
.ustria.
The Daily sees all and knows all.
et it be your guide.-Adv.

MANY AMERICANS REGISTER
AT FRENCH UNIVERSITHES
There are said to be at present 5,800.
Americans registered in French uni-
versities. Practically all of these are
American soldiers.
At the Sorbonne there are 1,711, at
Toulsouse 1,107, at Montpellier 558, at
Lyons 376, and at Grenoble 371. Most
of these were college men at home.
They are studying not only the French
language, but history, the scienc"s, lit-
erature, and philosophy with the most
eminent of French professors.
IOWA PROFESSOR WILL BE ON
SUMMER BIOLOGICAL STAFF
Dayton Stoner, of the department of
zoology of Iowa university, has been
chosen as a member of the staff of the
University biological station. During
the suinmer session, entomology and
ornithology will be the subjects taught
by him.t
"A few very interesting collecting
trips have been made by Mr. Stoner in
the West Indies and Colorado," -said
Professor La Rue, of the Zoology de-
partment.
Nurses Pack Mean Wallop
Fort Worth, Tex., May 12.-Nurses
at the Camp Bowie base hospital who
recently began taking boxing lessons,
,are making marked progress, some of
them "already packing a mean wal-
lop," according to Harry Gilmour, pro-
fessional instructor.

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At The Union
A meeting of the house committee
was held Saturday afternoon. Only
minor business concerning thetman-
agement of the building was trans-
acted and there was no action taken
on the decoration plans for the read-
ing room, that have been submitted by
two companies..
- The number of meals served varies
so greatly from day to day that the
ingenuity and quickness of the cooks.
are often taxed to the utmost. One
noon within the past week only 25
were served but two days later over
150 were served at one time.
The large billiard room on the sec-
ond floor of the Union is expected
to draw quiteda crowd of students
when completed. There will be 25
tables for pool and billiards. Every
fall there will be an equal number o&
both kinds of tables but about Christ-
mas time some of the pool tables will
be converted into billiard tables. "It
has been found," said Homer .L.
Heath, secretary of the Union, "that
pool is the more popular of the two'
games when a new crowd of students
comes to the University, but after
some time there is a greater call fori
billiards. This is probably due to the
fact that the new man becomes more
experienced after playing for some
time and gradually takes to billiards,
which is the more difficult."
NEW LIBRARY BUILDING ALL '
DONE SAVE FINAL TOUCHES
The new library building is com-
pleted with the exception of a few fin-'
ishing touches.
The contractors have given over the
building to the University, which will
do the final work of cleaning up and
decorating. Painters are already work-
ing in the second floor corridor and1
scaffolds are being erected in the
reading rooms so that the priming coat
may be put on at once.
The marble work on one staircase is
finished and that on the other one will
be done next week. This work has
been held up on account of congested
traffic conditions which prevented the
marble arriving on time from Ten-
nessee.
The shelves in the storage rooms in
the basement are being put in place.
There are two of these rooms, one of
which is used for filing University
publications and the other one for
general storage. According to Libra-
rian W. W. Bishop these rooms will
be a great convenience. There were
no such rooms in the old building and
much unnecessary trouble and work
was caused by this fact.
ADDITION OF UPPERCLASSMEN
HELPS PROSPECTIVETANK TEAM
With the appearance of more upper-
classmen for the swimming workouts
being held at the Y. M. C. A., it is
very probable that an intercass meet,
preparatory to theadeveloment of a
Varsity squad, will be arranged.
As yet the challenge issued by the
first year men, for a meet with any
other class, has remained unanswer-
ed. Whether it is fear of the yearl-
ings' strength or something else that
is keeping the upperclassmen out of
the tank, has not been stated as yet.
Regular practice this week will be
held at the usual place, 3 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon and 1 o'clock
Saturday morning. Special instruc-
tion in technique will be given the
men at the Wednesday meeting.
Strokes, starts, and turns will be tak-
en up and demonstrated.

LATE WIRE BRIEFS
London, May 12.-The first contin-
gent of the volunteer army raised to
relieve the men who are now fighting s
in north Russia, left Newcastle today
for Archangel. Fifteen thousand men, ,
including a machine gun company, were
in the party. Two other contingents
will leave for North Russia during the
week.
Berlin (via London), May 12. - Ger-
man government troops have occupied
Leipsic. A number of the Spartacan
leaders there have been arrested.
Versailles, May 12. -Geisbeigs and
Lanbsberg, of the German peace dele-
gation, accompanied by a number of
secretaries, will leave Versailles to-
night for Berlin.
Berlin, May 12.--Germany has seiz-
ed and unfurled a new banner on
which are inscribed President Wil-
son's 14 points which the President
apparently has deserted, said Freder-
ick Ebert, the German president in a
statement to the Associated Press to-
day.
Geneva, May 12.-A number of Aus-
trian delegates bound for St. Ger-
main to take part in the peace nego-
tiations arrived at Buche on the Swiss
frontier this morning. They will reach
Paris on Tuesday.
Washington. May 12. - President
Chamorro, of Nicaragua, has been
warned by the American government
against attempting an invasion of
Costa Rica. This became known today
after publication of press dispatches
from San Jose that hostile forces hadR
crossed the Costa Rican border- from
Nicaragua. Officials said, however,
that they had no information to show
whether these forces were Nicaraguan
troops or revolutionists.
Use the Hairy to reach the students.
tour thousand students read it every
morning.-Adv.

JAPAN PROFESSOR TO VISIT session. This is looked forward to
UNIVERSITY DURING SUMMER with a great dial of interest by the
zoology department, as Professor Ka-
Prof. I. Kawamura, of the Univer- wamura is in charge of the biological
sity of Kyto, Japan, will visit the Uni- station at Lake Biwa the largest fresh
versity some time during the summer water lake in Japan.
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VICTORY COMMEMORATIVE MAY FESTIVAL

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 14
8:00 O'CLOCK
MISS ROSA PONSELLE, Soprano
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
MR. FREDERICK STOCK, Conductor
MR. EARL V. MOORE, Organist
THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 15
8:00 O'CLOCK
HYMNUS, "Fair Land of Freedom"............Stanley
Chorus, Soli. Orchestra, and Organ
"MUSIC," An Ode for Mixed Chorus, Soli and Orchestra,
O p. 75 .............. . ...............H adley
SOCLOISTS
MISS LOIS M. JOHNSTON, Soprano
MME. MERLE ALCOCK, Contralto
MR. ARTHUR HACKETT, Tenor
MR. ROBERT R. DIETERLE, Baritone
MR. GUSTAF HOLMQUIST, Bass
THE CHORAL UNION
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
MR. ALBERT A. STANLEY, Conductor
MR. EARL V. MOORE, Organist

FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 16
2:30 O'CLOCK
SOLOISTS
MR. OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH, Pianist
CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
MR. FREDERICK STOCK, Conductor
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 16
8:00 O'CLOCK
SOLOISTS
MME. LOUISE HOMER, Contralto
CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
FREDERICK STOCK, Conductor
SATURDA Y AFTERNOON, MA Y 17
2:30 O'CLOCK
ORGAN RECITAL
MR. CHARLES M. COURBOIN, Organist

SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 17
8:00 O'CLOCK

"FAUST"

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FERNANDO CARPI
ANNA FITZIU
ANDRES DE SEGUROLA
EMILIO DE GOGORZA
MINERVA KOMENARSKI
ROBERT R. DIETERLE
THE CHORAL UNION
CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
MR. ALBERT A. STANLEY, Conductor
MR. EARL V. MOORE, Organist

COURSE TICKETS-$4.50, $5.00, $6.00, $7.00; Single Concerts, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
On Sale at School of Music till Wednesday Noon-thereafter at Hill Auditorium.

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