gue will hold a party in
asium at 4 o'clock to-
The board of representatives will
meet in Barbour gymnasium at 9
o'clock Saturday morning.
Iota Sigma Pi, national honorary"
chemical sorority, will initiate the fol-
lowing girls Tuesday afternoon in the
Chemistry building: Esther Hollands,
Monica Allen, and Marcella Forster.
crIbe to the Michigan Daily.
the souls of a girl
hot melting pot of
the fetters and
id whipped their
hly hell of 'uffering
Signor Bond' spent his entire time
during the war singing in the trenches
of Italy; his native country, for the
Italian soldiers. He relates one - in-
stance when he was singing "La Bo-
heme" on an imprqvished platform of
tree trinks. When he began there
was practically no resistance from the
enemy lines but as he sang the thigh
C in this nuuber a barrage burst over
the trenches, killing many Italian and
American soldiers. Signor Bon
ducked just in time to save his life.
Prof. Albert A. Stanley has returned
from Detroit and Holland, Mich., where
he gave Utnivsity extensioh lectures,
Robert R. Dieterle and Miss Dor-
othy Wines of the University School of
Music faculty, will sing next Friday
in Bay City under the auspices of the
Thursday Morning musicale. '
William Wheelr, head of the. voice
department, of. the University School
of Music, wi sing a number from
"Hiawatha's Weuing Feast," by Cole-
ridge Taylor, a oloist with the Un-
versity Symphony orchestra in the sec-
ond program of the Twilight faculty
concert series at 2:30 o'clock Sunday
afternoon in Hill aglitorium.
The orchestra will play as their -op-
ening number, the overture to "The
Merry Wives of Windsor" by Nicola,
and later Haydn's "D 'major 'Symi-
The Women's 1eague will 'give
party today at 4 oioc in Barbour
gymnasium. New members of Masques
will provide an entertpiinlnet, which
will display their talents, at 4 o'clock.
Tea will be served immediately after-
ward at which some of the.women on
the advisory board will be hostesses.
There will also' be dancing,
'At its last. meeting the board of di-
,rectors of the Women's league voted
to open the league parlors in arbour
gymnasium on Friday an4 Saturday
nights for the use of University hous-
es., Already, several houses have plan-
tied to use the parlors totheher this
The> tuses will furnish their own1
music, nd refreshments, if -they want
thekn, but the league will bear the ex-
pense of opening the building. Any
University houses that wish to make
use of the parlors should indiqate
their desire to. do so in advance hI
the office of the Dean of Women.
Dean Jordan To
Dean Myra B. Jordan will entertain.
the members 'of the judiciary council.
of the Womens league at a luncheon
which is to be held at Lane hall at
12:15 o'clock. Friday. The guests in-
clude Marguerite Chapin, '20, president
of the league; Elsie Earley, '20, vice-
president;, Sue Verlenden, '20; Dor-
othy .Dunlap, '21; and Eleanor Step-
'henson, '21. In order to consolidate
class organization the vice-presidentsi
of the various classes have been in-
vited as special guests: Ruth Abbot,
'20; Marguerite 'Clark,. '21; Caroline
Napier, '22, and' Margaret McIntyre,
STUDENT THINKS CAMIPUS OPlIN-
ION WARRANTS ACTION IN ARE.
GARD TO BLOCK "M"
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Several days ago Mr. Bartelme is-
sued a statement that there would be
no block "M at the Minnesota game.
His imperial decree was answered by
a flood of letters from ,the student
body. Everyone of these writers want-
ed the block "M." Not one spoke
against it. The sentiment of the stu-
dent body is unanimous for the "M."
What- is the Athletic association go-
ing to do about it? Is there going to
be a block "M" or not? This unan-
imous expression certainly , demands
some kind of an answer. from Mr.
Bartelme, who it appears is the Ath,-
It is a fallacy to say that it would
be too much work to have the block
"M."' Student volunteers are always
ready to answer. any call of the associ-
ation. In this connection another
question arises: Who is the Athletic
association? Is it the student body
or is it Mr. Bartelme? If it is the
student body, what are the privileges
extended to the students?
Whether the students are members
of the association or not, their opin-
ions should be heard, and when they
are unanimous, as they are on' this
question, come consideration should
be given them.
JAMES G. FREY, '20.
The efforts of two society dancers
to make a rich uncle think they are
training to be misionaries cause
amusement in "Suite 16", coming to-
morrow evening to the Whitney.
New elements are added to the sit-
uatioa when the dancer's wife visits
the wealthy Quaker to watch the leg-
acy. While she: is away Gladys Lor-
raine of the Follies arrives at suite
16 under the impression that the danc-
er is her husband. She is trying to
secure evidence for a divorce and
comes very near furnishing it.
Arriving (unexpectedly, Uncle Hir-
am, Aunt! Lucy, and another nephew
who hopesto receivethe legacy, mis-
take Gladys for the real wife. She
plays the part and Uncle Hiram and
his nephew prove susceptible to her
The Packard Friday and
Saturday evening dances are
Better music - featuring
Eddie , Burke, and other
players with "pep." A hit
Attendance. limited. Ap-
Tickets go on sale at Sug-
den's on Wednesdays.
shows at 3:00; 7:00;
Theare, 96"M Mgr's Ri
stein in The Country
Moore in "The Go
"A Cheerful Liar",
"Make the Packard
Dances a Habit"
Wihl you- think of
Thurs-Fri. 6-7-Theda Bara
Ruse" and comedy, "Dain
and Bogus Counts."
Sat. 8-All star cast, "Wits
a screen magazine and cor
Sun-Mon. 9-to-A Harold
story, "The Eyes o theW
na o red rve n oe
T1ues-Wed. 11-12-A six reels
Other Hair," with a mor
and kinogram weekly.
"Whom The Gods'
Sun-Mon-9- io-Anita S
with an all-star cast in
Kingdom of Dreams"
J. P. Eschelbach
202 E. Huron Phone 821
22 tlniif~t1 t 1tla~IS1111iIItlit lt illilllll
Nora Bayes in "Ladies First"
-.n lllltltlnnill ll illnllilllulllllll, .
Thurs-Fri. 6-7-A Blackto
"The Littlest Scout," with
Sat. 8-Mitchell Lewis in
est Problem," with a news
Broadway Saint," 'with'a1
cartoon comedy and Ford
Tues- ed. 11- 12-Madlaine
"The Sanres of Paris," wi
Thurs- Fri. 13- 14-Douglas
"His Majesty, the Ames
news and comedy.
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WORK IN DETROIT
WANTED - Student bond or stock
salesman. One having previous ex-
perience prefefred. Liberal, com-
mission. W. H. Morrow, 548 South
State St. Phone '236.
WANTED-Furnished or unfurnished
house or apartment. Or rooms with1
board at same place for smiall fam-
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m in Farmers &
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WANTED-Position wanted by student
to work mornings, or Wednesday,
Thurday and Saturday afternoons,
eah week, for board or cash. Box!
WANTED- One Ziwet and Hopkins'
Analytic Geometry for Math. 1. Call
ieta pin. Re-
Girls of the Presbyterian church
were entertained at tea Thursday aft-
ernoon.in Lane hall.: 'Mrs. Grindley
and Miss Mack. of the Gershom settle-;
ment in Detroit,' entertained the guests
with tales of their experiences. , Mrs.
Grinidley has charge of the Armenian
district settlement work of the Pres-
byterian church as well. as' the Ger-
shorn settlement and playgrounds
which are supported 'by all denomina-
tions. She gave an illustrated talk
showing the conditions among the:
foreigners in Detroit, and urged the
girls who thought of taking up for-
eign mission work to come to Detroit.
and do settlement work there among
GIRLS MAY RESERVE PLACES
FOR ALU"NAE LUNCH AT CHI
All girls who expect to attend the
game in Chicago are asked to notify
Marguerite Chapin, '20, phone 217, it
they want places reserved for them.
at the Michigan alumnae luncheon
which will be given in Ida Noise build-
ing at 11:45 o'clock Saturday, on Mid-
Measured by its price, the Crawford
Brogue Shoe is the most reasonable
buy in town. Davis Toggery Shop.
119 'S.'Math' St-Adv.
The havoc wrought by a half dozen
powerful .men who, since the opening
of the Christian era have let their am-
bition lead them into attempts to con-
quer the world, is pictured in "Whom
the Gods Would Destroy," appearing
at theMajestic today and tomorrow.
Beginning with the life of Attila, the
story reviews the careers of Moham-
ed the Second, Suliman, Napoleon and
With this,. tremendous back ground,
a story has been built around a young
American chemist in Europe, who has
invented a new explosive.
Jack Mulhull plays the part of the
chemist. He is assisted by Pauline
Stark, Kathryn Adams, Edward Brady,
and Harry Clarke who are promipent
in the story.
Playing the. role of d young girl
whose -wholesome simplicity complete-
ly 'captivates the 'blase members of a
metropolitan smart set, Elaine Ham-
merstein will appear in her first stel-
lar role,.in "The"County Cousin," to-
day and tomororw at the Arcade.
Before she was given her part in
this picture she had played opposite
Robert Warwick in "The Argyle Case"
and "The Acidental Honeymoon."
"The Country Cousin" is adapted
from the stage success of, the same
name by-Booth Tarkington and Julian
HAROLD RYE DOING WELL
IN SPITE OF BAD FRACTURFi
Harold Rye, Varsity right end who
suffer eA a fracture of the thigh in the
O. S. U. game, is doing very well,
Dr. Cabot, 'who is in charge of his
case, said yesterday.
According to the physician, the frac-
ture is a bad one and it is not easy
to hold the bones together, but on
the' whole his con4ition is satisfac-
tory. A plaster cast has not been
used as yet due to the fact that it is
necessary to allow the bones to set
"Teddy" Roosevelt said "A bully American pla
You'll say so too .when you see "The Country Co
Is your Country Cousin in town? Bring her to the
Today - Tomorrow
"The Country COUs
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