From The Other Colleges,
uth, Colgate, Wil- women will also be located there An
ebury colleges were athletic stadium is to be erected and
ipate in the annual the chemistry building is to be re-
inter-collegiate ski- modeled.
held at Montreal un- Princeton-The first mid-year com-
of McGill University,4 mencement at Princeton was held this
9. year, when 86 men graduated. All of
Student Council of this number had served in the war.
recently set Febru- Johns Hopkins-The forty-fourth
p Day," when all stu- anniversary of Johns Hopkins Univer-
pay all outstanding sity was celebrated recently. The
This is an annual af- presence of VIerbert C. Hoover made
it an affair of unusual significance.;
Three portraits of profesosrs in the
Harvard students uni+ersity were presented.
pporting earned $5,- Buenos Aires-Students at the Uni-
teir four years at the versity of Buenos Aires are permit-1
t u a f ted to vote as to which members of
$3,000, stand well ini the faculty shall be retained.
be a leader in stu- Okahomna-Chi Upsilon, woman's
)ne man who earned geological fraternity, was announced
elonged to four coi- recently, at the University of Okla-
. on tho malty crew homa and will start steps at once to
the best known men bring about the nationalization of the
tigators report. An- order. Women in the geology de-
d a similar amount partment who have high scholastic
his class, was elect- Ainding and who are taking geology
s, sang on the glee as a major will be eligible for mem-
t marshal of the Phi bership.
ernity. Case Tech-At a recent meeting of
of the State Legisla-. the "Boost Case" association it was
ate more money has decided to conduct a song writing con-
in the original plans test. There will be a prize to be giv-
I additions to Ohiio en to the student who submits the
Plans for a Wo- best acceptable song. A committee
been completed. Due is to be appointed to submit a con-
ney a building main- sittution. to the whole association.
in's department of Iowa State College-The directors
n will be construct- of Ames' commercial club have de-
all for a gymnasium, cided to contribute, $1,000 for the sup-
.oker rooms and- of- port of. student activities at the col-
ters for the dean of Pege. This money will be turned over
to the Board of Deans to hand out to
those activities of worthy nature that
require financial aid. This action was-
taken after; investigation. Merchants
feel that they would rather turn the
money over in a lump sum than to
take an active part in the distribution
Ober in-Speakers and members of
the Interchurch World Movement
team were in Oberlin during the first
of this week. This presented an un-
usual opportunity to the students to
hear excellent addresses and hold
personal interviews. The series of
lectures had been arranged to cover
the choice of vocation both from a1
standpoint( of what the world needs
and one of individual fitness and re-
Princeton-Alfred Noyes, the no-
ted English poet, began his series of
lecture*entitled "Aspects of Modern
Literature" on. March 1. , Professor
Noyes will deliver a lecture each
week on Monday afternoon until near
the end of the term. The first lec-
ture was of an introductory order.
DETROIT WILL BUILD MODEl4
HOTEL FOR WORKING GIRLS
Detroit, March 3.--A model hotel for
the accommodation of 500 working'
girls is to be built in Detroit by the
Young Woman's Home Association.
The hotel which is to be within walk-
ing distance of the downtown district
is to be completed before the end of
this year, according to plans.
Methodists Begin Convert Campaign
A campaign for 1,000,000 converts to
the Methodist Episcopal church has
been begun and workers are being or-
ganized in' all the principal cities and
26 ENTER CONTEST
Northern Oratorical League Event
Attracts Forensic Interest
Of the 26 contestants who have en-
tered orations in the Northern Orato-
rical league contest nine are seniors,
13 juniors and four sophomores. The
seniors are dah E. Gratton, Lelah R.
Stephens, H. C. Tung,. E. Dunn, H.
Altwater, Annabel Adriance, D. W.
Lewis, H. t G. Ross and Blanch B.
The juniors are D. A. Watts, H. A.
Jones, C. T. McKinney, T. M. Giles,
L. R. Williams, W. H. Messmger, J.
J. Goshkins, L. A., Packard, L. E.
Rariden, W. . Clark, S. Shetzer and
E. F. Boxell. P. H. Scott, Louis Gott-!
lieb, Iathleen Currah, and W. R. Bu-
chan are the contesting sophomores,
There-, will be two selected from
both the junior and senior contestants
and one from the sophomores in the
class contests In room 302 Masoi hall.
The University representative will
be chosen from the remaining five par-
ticipants In thetUniversity contest to
be held at seven o'clock, March 19, in,
ADELPHI FAVORS MANAGERIAL
PLAN FOR CITY GOVERNMEV
The -Adelphi House of Representa-
tives went on record Tuesday night as,
favoring the adoption of the , City
Manager plan of governmentt in cities
whose population exceeds 100,000.
Tuesday evening, March 9, the ques-
tion ."Resolved, 'that the ruling of the
boards of regents prohibiting political
speeches in Hill auditorium should be
rescinded" will be considered. Ey-
ery Michigan student io asked to at-
tend this meeting and enter into the
Dinners. Lunches Confectionery
Ice Cream, Delicious Sodas
We Make our own Ice Cream
Orders solicited from Fraternities and
Sororities. 218 S. Main Phone 166
Miss Maude Kleyn, Director
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
GIRLS GLEE CLUB
Concert at the High School
THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1920 8 P. M.
Tickets 50c, at Waher's and School of Music
_,_ _ _ __. _ - ..T_ , __
How on earth did
ANN ARBOR MAY FESTIVAL
Six Concerts-May 19. 20. 21,'22, 1920-Four Days
MAGINE ia first-class, medium.
priced car $1500 or $2000) ever
becoming so well liked that even
the millionaires would prefer it for
their own use to even the highest
* * *
You're right. Such a thing couldn't
happen with a medium-priced auto-
mobile-nor, you would think, with
And yet this "impossible" thing has
happened with a medium-priced ciga-:
rette. Just note, if you please, the
evidence below, at the:left.f
Iow on earth did Fatima do it?
'What is it-what does Fatima give
that these wealthy smokersaprefer to
anything given by even thehighest.
The answer is
"Just enough Turkish"-
Until they had tried Fatima, most
of these men had been smoking-
straight Turkish cigarettes-because,
of course, until a year or so ago these
fancy-boxed, expensive straight Turk-
ish cigarettes were practic the only.
cigarettes on sale at places ,those
Gradually, howe'ver,' it seems that
these men have learned two things
1. That Fatima's famous blend (containing
more Turkish than any other blend) his
just enough Turkish for full flavor; and
2. That the blend is so "alanced" as to'
off-set entirely thats overwrichness or
heaviness of straight Turkish.
* * *
Which proves again that Fatimas are a
sensible cigarette - that they leave a man
feeling fine and fit even after smoking more
heavily than usual.
Has your present cigarette-bas any ciga.
rette-as strong a claim for your serious
consideration as bas Fatima?
(Chicago Opera Association)
"The highest priced.Baritone in the world"
(Metropolitan Opera Compary)
"A brilliant star" (Soprano)
(Metropolitan Opera Company)
"Here is a voice that reaches the heart" (Contralto)
(University School of Music)
"A splendid American Tenor"-
(Metropolitan Opera Conpany)
"A Bass of the highest order"
EDWIN ARTHUR KRAFT
(Trinity Cathedral, Cleveland)
"A premier American Concert Organist"
(University School of Music)
"A general favorite" (Tenor)
MARGARET MATZENAUER ,
(Metropolitan Opera Company)
"A glorious and gorgeous voice" (Contralto)
"A pianistic tidal-wave"
(Chicago Opera Association)
"An ideal Marguerita" (Soprano)
EDWARD JOHNSON (Eduardo Giovanni)
e (Chicago Opera Association)
"The operapic sensatiou of the year" (Tenor-"Faust")
(Metropolitan Opor4. Company)
"Chile's most distinguished Baritone" ("Mephisto")
(Univrsity School of Music)
"A capable "Brander" (Baritone)
s the largest selling cigarem
lowing, and scores of other
UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
A CHORUS OF SCHOOL CHILDREN
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Albert A. Stanley, Conductor
Russell Carter, Conductor
Frederick Stock, Conductor
a and most of New
r big hotels;
re, Atlantic City;
SCHEDULE OF PRICES FOR TICKETS
(All Tickets are Exempt from War Tax)
Orders for course Festival tickets (with remittance) should. be
sent in BY MAIL at the earliest possible date. They will be filed and
filled in the order of receipt, and tickets will be mailed out about
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 and
the last Seven Rows in the First Balcony......... $6.0Q
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.
A1 Sensible C~are