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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Women's Athletic
t are on sale at
in Barbour gym-
ickets may fe pro-
same place.

s are requested to call
I company to be meas-
gowns before March 12.
of all choruses of the
f the Junior Girls' play
at 4 o'clock this after-
of the entire first and
f the Junior Girls' play'
at 9 o'clock Saturday

Elsie Erley, '20, will be acting pres-
ident of the Women's league during
the absence of Marguerite Chapin, '20,
who will be in Detroit for several days
or a week on account of the illness
F (fher sister.
Junior and, senior girls Who would
like to live in Betsy Barbour' dormi-
tory next year should make their ap-
plications at once. The desired num-
ber of freshman and sophomore girls
has been procured.
Chemistry Assistant Promoted
Due to the increase in the number
o; students taking chemistry 3, Mr.
Malcolm Soule, now laboratory assist-
ant, has been promoted to teaching as-
sistant for the remainder of the/ year.
For Campus news read the MI..-
igan- Daily.--Adv.

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113 SOUTH MAIN STREET

Editor, The Michigan Daily:
I am in full accord with your ed-
itorial of last Saturday under the title
"The Retrograding May Festival."
We are all a set of "Liars and Hypo-
crites." We dare "not express our
honest se timents especially on local
matter. Ib commenting on local tal-
ent of any kind, we do so in terms
of superb\ adoration no matter how
open to criticism of the other kind.
This is all right where entertainments
are given by school children. It does
no particular harm, if no good. But
these May Festicals have been ad-
vertised for years as of the highest
grade of excellence. They aim to draw
people from all over the country and
we should keep up to our pretensions.
I have attended all of the festivals
for 20 years, but they are beginning
to be monotonous and in many re-
spects coxiimonplace.
We all go because it is a fashion
and more to see the crowds.; am
sure hundreds of frequenters of these
festivals feel as you express your-
self, but dare not say it because it
isn't the right thing to appear to run
down home performances.
It is because we think one thing
and say another, that these concerts1
have not, and will not in the futpre
attain the standard of excellence that
they should.
We have had the Chicago orchestra
for years. It, undoubtedly, is one of the
best in the ctuntry. A change however
might destroy tog much monotony
even of a good thing. q
We have cheerfully acquiesced in the
gradual increase of the price of tick-
ets, with the curtailment of seating
privileges, and will gladly pay more
if necessary, if the highest grade of
talent is obtained. It is an easy mat-
ter for the Schhool of Music to fill the
auditorium and make money on these
festivals, but it is fa more essential
for the School of Mtwic to have it
recognized throughout the lad,that
the Miay Festicals at Ann Arbor excel
anything of the kind in this country
Almost any kind of comic opera or
University performance can fill the
auditorium. This, however, is no
test of perfection of an entertainment.
We have had concerts and May Fes-
tivals of the highest quality, but more
often, especially o late, they were not
much out of the ordinary. Your edi-
torial of last Saturday may help.d-
A MUSIC LOVER.
College Exchanges
Iowa-A Four Hundred Dollar clu
has been organized at the Universtiy
of Iowa in connection with the Mem-
orial Union. The club is ofen to men
and women who have pledged $400
or more to the Memorial Union.
Stanford Universty-Herbert Hoov-
er has proesented an historical 'cole-
tion of great importance upon the rec-
ent war to Stanford university. The
collection.. consists of books, pamph-
lets, newspapers, and manuscript
material bearing especially on the pol-
itical, social, and economic aspects
of the war. ,
Harvard- Four yard dormitories
will be used to house the next year's
senior* class of Harvard. All men
who entered with the class of 1921
and all men for whom 1920-1921 will
be the last year will be eligible to
apply for rooms in these dormitories.
All room assignments will be made by
lottery.

Veterans,, of University Unwilling to
Listen to Pacifist So Soon After.
War
Much controversy has been produc-
ed at the Universtiy of Toronto be-
cause of the cancelling of Miss Jane
Addams' visit to the university. Miss
Addams was to have given a social
service lecture course.
Members of the University Veterans'
association held that it was too soon
after the war to forget it, and that
no pacifist should be permitted td
speak. Most of the professors on the
campus consider it a great mistake
not to allow Miss Addams to give her
course.
Although the members of the Vet-
erans' association were opposed to
Miss Addam's coming they say that
they would have made no sort of
disturbance and would have sat
-quietly through the lectures provided
the speaker kept -to social service
topics.
Those who favored her coming hold
that the war is over and the country
is receiving German ambassadors, so
there is no reason for the university
not to receive Miss Addams. They
also excuse Miss Addams' pacifistic
tendencies on the ground that she is a
Quaker.

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WESLEYAN GUILD TO BRING
RED CROSS MAN FOR LECTURE
Former Assistant to Ambassador of
Russia Will Speak Here on
Sunday
Graham R. Taylor of.Chicago, will.
speak before the Wesleyan guild on
the subject, 'Impressions of the Rev-
31utions in Russia and the East" at
7:30 gclock Sunday evening in the
Methodist church. He speaks from
personal experience, having served as
a Red Cross worker in Russia.
Mr. T aylor is known as an editorial
writer in the Survey and as a writer
of several books and numerous mag-
azine articles on social and civic
work. In 1916 he was special assist-
ant to the American ambassador to
Russia and has, since then served -on
'many leagues and committees in
municipal affairs. He is the son of
Graham Taylor, the .well known so-
ciologist and founder of the Chicago
commons social settlement.
Tennessee Has First Women's Bank
The "First Woman's Bank of Ten-
nessee" is the first bank of its kind
In the United States and probably the
first in the world. It was founded by
a woman and is to be run entirely
by .women. Every office and position
in the bank will be filled by women.
The bank has a capital etock of
$15,000 and has an account with one
of the big banks of New York City.
Its special purpose is to afford finan-
cial convextences to women.
The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all
the latest Campus, City and "World'
News.-Adv.

CIAR LES RAY "
"THE C L0L)1DN PPE R A AY
WHAT .WOULD YOU DO IF YOU WERE SUD-
DENLY THROWN INTO THE MIDST OF A
BEVY OFBROADWAY CHORUS GIRLS?
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At the parlors of
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Ausive showings of millinery for all occasions.

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Quarry1;and
The Delta

M. A. 0.--If there is a sufficient
number of applicants plans will be
made for a second summer school
session. In addition to the regular
summer school the sixth Ministerial
and Layman conference will be held
for one week, the purpose of which is
to acquaint the rural ministers of
Michigan with the benefits and advant-
ages of the college, and for the pur-
pose of studying the problems of rural
education.
STUNTS FOR LRAGUE PARTY
TO BE GIVEN IN GYMNASIUM
More stunts will be-given for mem-
bers of the Women's league at 4
o'clock this afternoon in Barbour gym-
nasium. Pi Beta Phi sophomores.
Delta Gamma freshmen, and some
girls from Theta Phi Alpha will stage
the entertainment in the, gymnasium
today rather than in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall, on account of Junior
Girls' play practice. Music will be
furnished for dancing.
Students of all Colleges should read
page four of the Students' Directory
and sign their names in the space for
that purpose.-Adv.
Read the Daily advertisements. They
Sill lead you to the best of Ann Ar-

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FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Man's evening clothes
with' tuxedo and afternoon clothes.
Size 38. Used less than one year.
Call 1405-J.
FOR SALE- Violin. Call evenings
after 6. 1021 E. Catherine. Phone
964-R.
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desirability.

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