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rHE MICHIGAN DAILY

ON
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2X-MARMiES MEET TON
FOR SMOKER AND

ION

'oom 202,
in room

:ps club smoker in
i.
ntain club meets in
committee from the
ill attend.
Normal club meets
f the Economics de.
,ddress the Intercol-
in Lane hall.

All men who. have been in the U.
S. Marine Corps are invited to attend
a smoker given by the Marine Corps
club at 7:30 o'clock tonight in room
316 of the Union. Entertainment will
be furnished by members of the club.
The. smoker is designed to give the
men a chance to get acquainted.
After the smoker, a short business
session will be called to elect a club
treasurer to succeed Gerald E. Green.
wood, who has withdrawn from the
University because of physical dis-
ability.
STUDENT COUNCIL TO CHOOSE
EVENTS CO"MITTEES TONIGHT
Two committees, one to draw up the
calendar of student events for the year
of 1920-1921, the other to arrange the
yeremonies for the presentation of
"M" blankets, will be appointed at the
meeting of the Student council, to be
held tonight. A new auditor will be
chosen and new members who may
have been elected will be eecived at
this time.
PEACE CONFERENCE CHANGES
ATTITtDE TOWARD GER W NY
London, March 2.-A noteworthy
comment on the present meeting of
the Peace Conference is the changed
attitude towards Germany. In high'
diplomatic circles it is asserted that
the Conference has come to recognise

TWO MORE TTERANS ARE
OUT FOR BASEBALL TEAM
(Continued from Page Three)
line on their hitting ability before
cutting the squad.
Little information has leaked out of
late from the other Big Ten universi-
ties regarding the strength of their
baseball squads. Illinois statred eally
to condition its pitchers but no dope
has come from Urua.na concerning the
strength of the team as a whole. Th
Illini retain from the 1919 team
enough material, however, to form the
nucleus of a strong diamond aggre-
gation4 Chicago has most of its vet-
erans back fn the fold, Hinkle, Crisler,
and Vollmer the battery men of the
Maroon nine for sev eral seasons art'
at present playing on the basketball
team. Curtis, another of the midway
diamond stars is running the quarter
mile for Chicago.
Most of the big universities train
in the South early in April. BDuring
these southern jaunts the Big 'Ten.
schools meet the leading institutions
below the Mason-Dixon line. After
these training trips definite informa-1
tion can be gained concerning the rel-
ative strength of the Conference teams.
The Wolverines open their Conference
schedule April' 24 with .Indiana at
Bloomington. After meeting Notre
Dame at South Bend the Michigan
nine returns for the opening Confer-
ence contest with Chicago, May 1.

Minnesota overturned the dopeby
winning from Wisconsin, 32 to 26. As
Michigan meets both of these teams
A1NN ARBOR CHOP SUE
Excellent CHOP SUEY from
11:80a.m. to midnight
Steaks and Chops $14 5 State

4I wo

At Social Functionsof a
Kind-i.-Serve4
t
oCE CRA M
Your Guests Will E~njoy It.

this week-end, this gaie is of in-
terest to the Ann Arbor followers of
the court game.
SCHLANDERER & SEYFRIED

JEWELERS
-of -
Quality and Service
113 E. Liberty St.
Ann Arbor. Mich

1ar" in salary next year? If so,
write Today for our Salary
Schedule and Literature. Only
4% Comm. Payable in Fall.
Central & Western States.
-HEUER TEACHERS' AGENCY
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Organized 1863
FIRST ANN ARBOR MEMBER
OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE
SYSTEM
OLDEST NATIONAL BANS
IN MICHIGAN
3 Per Cent Paid on Savings
Deposits

olin club practiee
1.
meets in practice
x building.
meets in room A,
hall.
olds spring elee-
'3 Natural Science

t
i
t

ANN ARBOR MAY FESTIVAL
Six Concerts-may 19. 20. 21, 22, 1920-Four Days

cert Vi /ghI

POOR BASKET SHOOTING IS
RESPONSIBLE FOR DEFEAT

I

.f

meets in

club

that German, ruin would mean
weak spot and a dangerous spot
Europe.

in

hall.
1rethodist Epis-
rner Washington

WOMEN NOTICE - We clean, re-
block, and redye Milan, Hemp, Chip,
Lisers and all kinds of straw hats'.
Reblocked into the new shapes they
are as nice as new and save you a lot
Qf money. We do only high class
work. Factory Hat Store, 617 Pack-
ard St. Phone 1792.-Adv.

if the swimming team are1
be at the Y. M. C. A. with
3:30 o'clock1 today for a'
ensian picture.
of the play committee of
club are requested to read
's "Mrs. Dot" and Shaw's
ver Can Tell" before the
:n March 11.
36a will meet at 10 o'clock
room 104, Economics' build-
ly's Ithetoric 2 classes will'
follows: M, W, F, at 8 in
West hall; T, Th, S, at 8
202, West hall; M, W, at 11,
n. in room A, Alumni Mem-
3 men may try out for the
y Glee club from 5 to 6
>day in the School of Music.
ig of the Michigan Aero-
society has .been postponed
esday, March 9, at 7:30
a room 316 of the Union.
aN MADE IN LIST
RAI)UATING ENGINEERS
i error in the list of senior
recommended for gradua-
lie Bachelor of Science de-
lhed in yesterday's Daily,
ng corrections are made:
Campbell, Merle B. Doty,
Geniesse, Alfred C. Mar-
n D. Patterson, C. Leroy
el M. Schnitz, Thomas C.
id Clarence J. Tobin are
agineers instead of elec-
aeers.
W. Campbell, Philip E.
d William V. Wetmore are
ngineers.. The name of
ush, rrc1Aitedt, was mis-
to a typographical error.
ike, civil engineer, will not
3previously announced.
3. DAVIS TAKEN
USLY ILL IN THE SOUTH
eritus J. B. Davis, former-
rofessor and dean of the
of geodesy and surveying
aeering college, is reported
sly ill in Bradentown, Fla.,
ud Mrs. Davis are spend-
iter.
Davis was a member of;
for more than 40 years,
1910. '
Furniture and Rugs at;

(Continued from Page Three).
1 Chicago is now safely 4ntrenched in
first place and will probably retain
this position the rest of the year, al-
though Purdue seems to be the best
team in the Conference. As the Bol-
ermakers 4p not play Chicago, and are
nearly at the end of their schedule
for the year, there is little chance for
them to take first, although the re-
sult of a game between the two lead-
eras would probably be favorable to
the Lafayette quintet..
Indiana took a fast game from Ohib
State, Saturday, 17 to 16. Dean, the
Hoosier center, who is -running Car-
ney a race for individual honors, was
the star of the game.

ARTISTS
TITTA RUFFO
(Chicago Opera Association)
"The highest priced Baritone in the world"
LENORA SPARKES

Wednesday

(Metropolitan Opera Company)
"A brilliant star" (Soprano)

9

Thursday E
Thursday E

CAROLINA LAZZARI

The Michigan Daily, delivered
your home, six mornings a week,
the rest of the year, $2.00.-Adv.

to
for

(Metropolitan Opera Company)
"Here is a voice that reaches the heart" (Contralto)
WILLIAM WHEELER

(University School of Music)
"A splendid American Tenor"

Patronize our Advertisers.-Adr.

LEON ROTHIER

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OUR NOON-DAY LUNCH
IS A MEAL OF QUALITY WITH THE BEST OF SERVICE
AND THE PRICEs REASONABLE.
LIBERTY AT MAYNARD MALCOLM BUILDING
SWE HAVE COMPLETE LINES

(Metropolitan Opera Company)
"A Bass of the highest order"
EDWIN ARTHUR KRAFT
(Trinity Cathedral, Cleveland)
"A premier American Concert Organist"
JAMES HAMILTON
(University School of Music)
"A general favorite" (Tenor)
MARGARET MATZENAUER
(Metropolitan Opera Company)
"A glorious and gorgeous voice" (Contralto)

Friday

Friday

JOSEF LHEVINNE
MYRNA SHARLOW

Saturday

(Russian Pianist)
"A pianistic tidal-wave

Saturday Evening

(Chicago Opera Associgtion)
"Anu ideal Marguerita" (Soprano)
EDWARD JOHNSON (EduardoGovni

Saturday

RENATO
ROBERT

(Chicago Opera Association)
"The operatic sensation of the year" (Tenor-"Faust.")
ZANELLI
(Metropolitan Opera Company)
"Chile's most distinguished Baritone" ("Mephisto")
R. DIETERLE
(University School of Music)
"A capable "Brander" (Baritone)

Saturday Ei
Saturday EN

OF

UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
A CHORUS OF SCHOOL CHILDREN
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHISTRA

Albert A. Stanley, Conductor
Russell Carter, Conductor

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SHOP APRONS, CHEMI-
CAL COATS AND HOS-

Frederick

PITAL COATS.

SCHEDULE OF PRICES FOR TICKETS
(All Ticketare Exempt from War Tax)
Orders for course Festival tickets (with remittance) should be
sent in BY MAIL at the earliest postible date. They will be filed and
filled in the order of receipt, and tickets will be mailed out about
April first.
BLOCK "A"-Three central sections (2-3-4) on the Main Floor
and the first Eight Rows in the First Balcony......$7.00
BLOCK "B"-Two side sections (1 and 5) on the Main Floor an4 f
the last Seven Rows in the First Balcony....... .$6.00
BLOCK'"C"-First Fourteen Rows in the Second Balcony......$5.00
BLOCK "D"-Last Nine Rows in the Second Balcony............$4.50
Holders of Pre-Festival Course Tickets should deduct $3.00 from
the above mentioned prices provided they return the "cover-coupon"
attached thereto, the schedule then being: BLOCK "A"--$4.00; BLOCK
"B"-$3.00; BLOCK "C"-$2.00; BLOCK "D"-$1.50.
Please address all orders and make remittances payable to
CHARLES A. SINK, SECRETARY, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN.

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