1002 S. Univ.
s that young
ap and style.
41, as Blacks.
Piano; violin, and voice numbers
will be heard' on the program of the
complimentary Faculty concert to be
given at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon
in Hill auditorium.
Grace Johnson Konold, soprano;
Anthony J. Whitmire, violinist, and
Harrison Stevens, pianist, will be on
the program with Dorothy Wines. in
the capacity-of accompanist.
Prof. Albert A. Stanley; Prof. Earl
V. Moore, and Mr..Russell.Carter, of
the University School of Music, will
attend the Music Teachers' National
convention at Philadelphia during the
Miss Carolyn Beebe; director of the
New York Chaiber of Music society,
with her companion, will be entertain-
ed at Martha Cook building at the
time of the concert of the society Mon-
day, Dec. 15.
MANY DISCHARGED REGULARS
NOW IN SERVICE ABROAD
With 'the American Forces in Ger-
many, Dec. 10-Quite a number of
regular old timers who marched to the
x.'-11 V6 I L*S ma 1....a.
U . SYISIT PLANNED
TO FOUND CHAIR OF AMERICAN
HISTORY IN ENGLISHt
As a permanent memorial of the
visit of the Prince of Wales to the
United States, the Anglo-American
society, which is arranging to cele-4
brate next year the tercenteniary of the
sailing of the Pilgrim fathers for
America, plans to found a chair of
American history, literature and in-
stitutions for British universities.
One Gift Received
The foundation, of the chair is to
be one item in the celebration pro-
gram, for which plans are being made
to raise 60,000 pounds. One gift of
20,000 pounds has been received by
the society from Sir W. G. Watson,
chairman; of the Maypole Dairy com-
pany,. thus starting the fund with a
third of the sum desired.
At present there is no special ar-
rangement at any English university
for teaching American history, and
combined with the idea of founding
this chair would be that of asking
such men as ex-President Taft, Vis-
count Bryce, and Arthur James Bal-
four to occupy it year by year, and to
have the subject taught at all great
universities in turn rather than at one
In writing to SirW. G. Watson, the
Prince of Wales said in part, "Nothing'
could have more touched and gratified
me, on reaching again the shores of
*Great Britain, than the announcement
just made to me by the Duke of Con-
naught of your noble gift for the ;foun-
dation of a chair of American history,
literature and institution."
Rhine with the' American Army of
Occupation in December, 1918,tand
who have been to the United States
and discharged and enlisted again go
to make up the Fifth and Fiftieth In-
fantry- regiments which arrived re-
.cently in the vicinity of Coblenz to
await possible dispatch in the near
future to Upper' Silesia to supervise
the plebiscite. A large percentage of
thes soldiem are from the First, See-)
ond and Third divisions, some of whom
saw 10 and 12 months' service in
France and Belgium before the arm-
New York, Dec. 10.-Add Greenwich
Village to the spots of "atmosphere"
that are no more. Like the Bowery
and the old down town residential dis-
trict the Bohemia of the metropolis is
Unconventional people still reside
in the vicinity of Washington Square
but those who knew it in the old
days call the present residents, pos-
Struggling young geniuses, living in
poverty in cheerless attics or stable'
studious no more evade insistent land-
ladies by the. back stairway. They
don't because the same attics and sta-
bles now lease for anywhere , from
$1,500 to $3,500 a year, security de-
manded. The Bohemian restaurants
are commercialized. There is no credit
and prices range with eating places
in the White Light district.
Reopening of college at the end
the Christmas holidays will find
campus publications settled in tb
new offices on the second floor of
Press building, according to the p
ent plans of the committee in cha
of student publications..
Light and roomy offices are be
provided in the two large rooms of
addition, which is now nearing c
pletion. The editorial and business
flees of The Daily, Gargoyle, Chia
Michiganensian,.Directory and Ath
is program and also the office
Prof. E. R. Sunderland, who is
charge of all student, publications,
be moved to this addition. The
tion of thelower floor now occu
by The Daily and Gargoyle offices
be taken over by the Ann Arbor Pr
Patronize our advertisers.
We can have your name on the cards Twenty-four
hours after you place your order.
[ns more Turkish
an any otherT
h blend" cigarette
- /sme e
The Work is Just Like
Come in and inspect our line of cards for we have
the largest and best assortment in the city.
n of Turkish in
is just the right
, carefully propor-
: over-richness so
THE SLATERIBOOK SHO. .
Phone 450 3354 So. Sat* ast.
it, unnmixed Turkish.
l if a man smoke3 more
hey leave him feeling just
and fit for his worx.
. - - -- _
Stop and Think
It is here at last.
A Union Suit that you do
not have to nlail home to
Mother to have the buttons
Think of the
and the comfort in the know-
ledge that you have at last
secured a Union Suit that
the buttons are not everlast-
ingly where they ought not
and if the laundry finishes
The Real Thing
in Cigarette Packages
just use a collar button
the garment is fastened.
to secure yours, while we
have your size.
All weights and
Smokers are beginning to realize that the
fancy-colored, expensive pasteboard box is no
longer the popular cigarette package.
At nearly all of the big fashionable clubs and
hotels, as well as among those smokers who go .
to French Lick, to Atlantic Cityand Palm Beach,
and even to Newport itself, the one package
most frequently seen is this sensible "soft"
yellow package that carries twenty Fatimat.
TINKER & COPIPANY
South State Street at William Street
Remember we rent Dress Suits
- -- I
PHIL DIAMOND'S JAZZ ORCHESTRA
BILL $1.00 Nickles