AT'S GOING ON
owe club luncheon in room
Ah lit-fresh lit baseball game
-Committee on underclass con-
t have picture taken at Memorial
-Interscholastic meet on Ferry
-Varsity band mets in front of
versity hall) to play at Michigan-
a game. Caps an'tl blouses.
- Michigan-Iowa baseball game
-Upper Hoom Bible class' eets
44 South Statestreet.
-Student volunteer band meets
,ane hall. Election of officers.
-Bayonne, N. J., club meets in
n 306 of the Union.
-Newark, N. J., cluU meets In the
-Craftsman club meets in Mas-
A. M.--Kalamazoo nrmal club
ts at Ine hall for river trip.
- Dr. Hugh Cabot addresses
gregational Discussion group on
e War and the Evolutionary
-Dr Cyril Haas speaks to Von-
gational Students' club in church
-Wesleyan Guild meets with Earl
.n leading. Social half-hour pre-
Truck to convey guests to Dixie club
dance at Country club will be at the
rear of University hall at 8:30
o'clock Saturday evening.
Regular, meeting of Iota Sigma INiIs
postponed until further notice.
The mnieting of those interested in art
work for the Chimes next' year has
been postponed until 7:30 o'clock
Tuesday evening, when it will be
held in the Chimes office on third
floor of Union.
Donors' Book pagev and receipt books
from President Hutchins' portrait
campaign must be turned in at once
by solicitors in order to prevent de-
lay, in the binding of the Donors'
Mr. George Abel Schreiner will lec-
ture on "The Pitfalls of Diplomacy"
at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at
Schwaben hall, 213 Ashley street.
Erect Partitions in University Hall
Partitions are now being erectedj
in Unviersity hall in compliance with
the plans for remodeling, which spec-
ify the construction of three class
rooms on each side of the hall.
Floors have already been laid wherel
(he false flooring of the auditorium
,has been torn out.
Interclass Players Must Have Passes
All players expecting to compete in
the interclass ball games today at Fer-
ry field will have to bring their passes
to gain admittance to the.field.
Dance at The Farm Hotel; Wampler
Lake, Tuesday evening, May 25. Al-
len Brother's Novelty Orchestra.-
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dignity and sincerity immediately
command respect and his splendid in-
terpretations and deft technique prove
him a worthy exponent of the teach-
ings, of the famous. Guilmant.j
Hamilton Well Received
James Hamilton won long and con-
tinued applause. His pleasing stage
presence added to a beautifully clear
and well-regulated tenor voice make
him a popular artist and Ann Arbor
will feel his loss next year.
The young singers in the children's
chorus showed by both face and voice
that they thoroughly enjoyed their
part in the program and made it ajoy
to th audience to hear the fresh,
sweet, qualities of their voices. Their
enunciation was perfect, every word
being easily understood. The chorus
is excellently trained and much credit
is due Miss Lulu Allen and Mr. Rus-
sell Carter for the ensemble produced.
Too much cannot be said in their
"The Damnation of Faust," a dram-
atic legend in four parts will be pre-
sented at 8 o'clock this evening in Hill
TODAY'S CLASS GAMES
Soph and fresh lits and soph
Iand fresh engineers will meet
at 1 o'clock today in the class
baseball league. It is necessary
that all teams be ready to start
play at that time in order to
avoid conflicting, with the in-
terscholastic track meet.
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Phone 84207 E. Liberfy St.
Philadelphia, May 21. - Grover
Cleveland Bergdoll, convicted draft
dodger recently sentenced to five
years imprisonment escaped from
army guards at his mother's home here
today and tonight was still atelarge.
The wealthy Philadelphian who
eluded the government officials before
he was captured at his home in a sen-
sational raid disappeared in ,his own
motor car while two sergeants from
Fort Jay, his guards, were sitting in
the drawing room of the Bergdoll
home. The machine was driven by
Bergdoll's chauffeur.. According to
information received here Bergdoll
came to the city yesterday to attend
The cast will con1sist of Faust, Ed- to important business matters. It was
ward Johnson; Margareta, Myrna said the two sergeants had spent the
Sharlo~v; Mephistopheles, Renato Zan- night at thre Bergdoll home.
elli; 'ad Brander, Robert Dieterle;
students, soldiers, villagers, angels, Tweeds, unfinished worsted and
and demons, the University Choral Broadcloth caps, this week only, for
union. This work will be conducted $2.00, $2.75, and $3.75. Davis Toggery
by Prof. Albert A. Stanley. Shop. 119 S. Main St.-Adv.
RE jut asgoodtoday as they ever
itaine the fa ce orincre
ing costs of materials and labor.
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Are you a true Michigan Man? If
so keep in touch with all the teams,
at home and abroad by reading The
Daily each morning.-Adv.
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" Portraits That Please"
7 P. M. Monday May24 /
SAT. P. M. 2:30
JOSEF LHEVINNE, PIANIST
SAT. EVE 8:00.
DAMNATION OF FAUST, BERLIOZ
MYRNA SHARLOW, SOPRANO
EDWARD JOHNSON, TENOR
RENATTO ZANELLI, BARITONE
ROBERT DIETERLE, BA R I iON E
CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
THE CORAL UNION
A. A. STANLEY, CONDUCTOR