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November 21, 1919 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-11-21

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Girls who intend to take aestketic
dancing, .°basketball, or ,_swimming,
should enroll- at once on signs posted
in Barbour gymnasium.

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ng, Nov. 25, in the b
:he Union.
Sink, secretary of
sic and chairman of
committee of
7ommerce, gave out


'ischer, president of the
f Commerce, -pregiding.
Kyer, Toastmaster. Rus-
Song. Leader. Shirley W.
n 'ln -n o ,

.The cup game between sophomore
and senior hockey teams will be play-
ed at 3 o'clock, Wedne'sday at Palmer
. Anyone interested in doing volun-
teer tutoring in Latin or French will
please .ee Marjorie Van Norman, '20,
or call at Newberry hall.
There will be a Women's league
party in Barbour gymnasium at 4
o'clock this afternoon. Masques will
entertain with their play "Joint Own-
ers in Spain," after which there will
be tea and dancing.

"The Mid-Semester Exam of the
Varsity Glee and Mandolin Club" is
the title of the concert which that' br-
ganization will give at 8 o'clock Tues-
day, Dec. 2, in Hill auditorium. Such
a title was deemed especially appro-
priate for the time of year at which
the event will occur.
Following out 'the general idea,
posters have appeared announcing the
impending exam. "Blue Books" will
be obtainable at the door and the "lab
fee" will be 50 cents, tax included.
Tryouts for quartettes were held by
Director Russell Carter at the, School
of Music yesterday afternoon. Much
good material -was discovered which
gives promise ofdeveloping into ex-
cellent quartette work, according to
Mr. Carter. Nothing definite concern-
ing the .choice of quartettes has been
done as yet..


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I meet at. 12:30 o'clock
te's studio to have the
1 picture taken.
rary society will hold
tiation at'5:30 o'clock
our gymnasium. Betty
resident of the society,
all old and new mem-


obert M.

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e in1 aUU £LUAmer Swiiiing has always proved pop-
CharlesJ. Ewald ular among 'the. elective'sports- offer-
I Lang Syne"..... ed by the physical training depart-
..........Old Scotch mlent of the University. Until last
ts by . rank A. Tary year the classes averaged about 60 in
ATaber number. Due to- insufficient teach-
by ......,......'''ing force, however, classes were re-
il Diamond's Orchestra'stricted last oyear.
The present swimming popl is, how-
ever, inadequate. The pool is poorly
$ e 'lighted, too shallow to permit, diving
t - and badly situated. The wateris kept
pure by a system of testing. It is
inChes tested by the. medical department
twice a week. Only on occasions-
nnally's when the town supply has been impure
~andy has there been difficulay with the
water in the pool. An up-to-date
pool would have a system.of filtera-
ynard St. tion which would eliminate the pre-
sent testing system.
Other features of a new pool would
be light from three sides 'or from
above by -means of an arc ,light, ,a
depth sufficient for diving and a; posi-
tion above tpe floor which would aid
rO w n in keeping the water pure. With the
present 'pool, contests possible in oth-
er iniversities can not be held here
since the pool is entirely too small.

Mtusic Notes
John Meldrum, blind pianist, who
since his graduation from the Univer-
sity School, of Music several years ago
has been making a splendid reputa-
tibn for himself as a concert artist,
pill appear at 2:30 o'clock Sunday
afternoon in Hill auditorium in a va-
ried program to which the public is
Mr. Meldrum has recently come un-
der the management of one of the
leading bureaus of New York city, and
an extensive concert tour has been
booked for him, including appearanc-
es in Boston, Philadelphia, and Aeo-
lian hall, New York.
In §Spite of the fact that he has
been blind since birth and that all of
,his work is done by memory his per-
formances are so brilliant as to make
it almost unbelievable that one so
physically handicapped could be so
good a musician. He was a student
under Mr. Albert Lockwood.
The following program' will be
given: -
Impromptu in B flat ......Seliubert
Caprice, sur les Airs de Ballet..
Prelude, Chorale and Fugue ....
....................Cesar Franck
Nocturne in F; major, Op. 15,
No. 1; Etude; Waltz in A flat
major; Fantaisie in F minor
Poeme, Op. 32, No. 1........Scriabine
La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin; La'
Chathedrale Engloutie......
................ DeBussy
Sposalizio .....................Liszt
,Military M'arch ...'.. Schubert-Tausig
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.'Hel'en Bourke, '18; Grace Rayns-
ford, '18;' Eleanor Stalker, 'i6; Grace
McMillan Jenkins, '16; and Catherine
IHine,- '00, all of Detroit, are here for
a weekend visit.
Fisk Church,'17, of Utica, is visit-
ing friends here for a few days.
Elsie Sutter, '17, of Washington, D.
C., is expected today to spend sever-
al days here as the guest of friends.
Lonella Paul, ex-'20; came from her
home in Fort Wayne, Thursday to at-
tend the Minnesota game.
Randolph Carpenter, '17L, of Mari-
on, Kansas, is expected here for a
weekend visit.
June Maas, '14, of Battle Creek; is
here for the Minnesota game.
Helen Malcomson Gore, '13, of Ben-
ton Harbor, is visiting friends here
over Saturday and Sunday.
WaIler Barlow. ex-'18, of Detroit,
will be in Ann Arbor Saturday for
the game.


... .-

nd Sat,

LOST-A gold skull, Alpha Sigma Fra-
ternity pin with name of W. H. Wil-
- son on back: Please notify George
Upton, Phone 2605. ,
FOUND- Anybody wishing informa-
tion as to a leather coat taken from
the Ulion. about Oct. 8, 1919, in-
quire Box AX, Michigan Daily.
LOST-A Cameo pin valued as a keep-
sake. Reward if returned, 1333
Washtenaw. Phone 2226-M.
LOST-4x6 in. pocket notebook. Find-
er please call 1590-J and ask for.
FOR SALE-Medical Students. Med-
ical books for sale cheap. Mrs.
Fraser, 16 S. Washingtn 6., Ypsi-
lanti, Mich. Phone 596-J.
FOR SALE-Two tickets for Minne-
.sota game, south stand. '108 W.

Yale-The Musical Clubs of Yale
will be joined by the Glee, Mandolin,
and Banjo clubs of Harvard in a
concert to be given before the Har-
vard-Yale ball on Nov. 21. The pro-
gram will consist of songs and in-
strumental pieces, by both of the uni-
versities, interspersed with specialty
Kansas-In the past 34 years 90
negroes have graduated from the Uni-
versityof Kansas. Many of this num-
ber have won for themselve distinc-
tion and honors.
* Utah-At a large mass meeting a
short time ago the male students at
the University of Utah went on rec-
ord as being opposed to the use of
tobacco on the campus. The meet-
ing was called as a result of a pe-
tition from.some men who felt that
to take away the right of smoking on
the campus was wrong. The matter
was finally put to 'Vote and the ma-
jority was decidedly against the use
of nicotine on the campus.
Pennsylvania - The studnts at
'Pennsylv'ania have pledged them-
selves, by signing a resolution, to
support the government in the pres-
ent labor crisis,
Calfornia-At thesUniversity of Cal
-f ornia a new+ course is being offer-'
ed for foreign born students in the
training in the elimination of the for-
eign accent.
Texas-A law has been passed at
the University of Texas forbidding
any person in the univesity to haze
a freshman.. The breaking of this
rule will be punished by a fine or im-
prisonment and dismissal from the
See the 'beautiful soft colorings of
advance wall-paper patterns fQr 1920.
C. H. Major & Co.-Adv.



Final plans for the organization of
a 32nd Division club in the Univer-
sity were made at a committee meet-
ing held last evening. Membership
cards for the club, which will bet a
chapter of the 32nd Division Veter-
ans' association, have. already been
sent for.
The president, T. B. McKinney, '22,
urges that all men who are veter-
ans of the 32nd Division and are now
'at the University, attend the nextI
meeting of the club, which will be
held Tuesday evening at the Michi-
gan Union. The cltb has been organ-
ized both for social purposes and to
keep alive the spirit of the 32nd Di-
vision." -
Pictures of the 32nd Division taken
by the War department will be shown
at the next meeting of the club. Any-
one wishing to obtain a picture of the
Division may do so at this meeting.
Pay your sumscription to the Daily.


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