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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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VBALLOT
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TLEGES
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eting of Committee of Forty]
in L~ane hall.
iss Melinda Alexander of
na speaks in Lane hail on
' beral 3Movement."
niner of the Committee Of
eight in Lane hall. Reserva-
an be made by calling Dr. W."
iat 1054-M.
onilst society board, of direct-
ets in abne hail.
rmer members of the 7hand
visions of the Michigan Naval
Eieet in room 304 of the Union.
re urged to attend.
lpi Nnaholds Renai4i
acing convention in room 02
versity hall.

Many students have taken advant-
age of the opportunity offered by the
installation of the voting bureau in
the library of the Law- building. This
bureau enbales students to gain in-~
formation concerning their privilege
to vote while attending the Univers-
ity.
The statutes of the different states
are kept in the library,, and may be
procured by applying to Mr. Chapin
at the desk.
RICE, '23, CLASS PRESIDENT,
SUFFERS RELAPSE FROX FLU
Robert" V. V. Rice, '23, .president of
,the freshmen literary class, bas been,
confined to his 'bed the last few days
with a relapse from flu. His case looks
quite favorable, however, and it is ex-
pected that he will be able to resume
his work in a short time.
County Death Rate on increase
Double the number of deaths for
Wvashitena~w county were reported for
February than January. Out of the 98
deaths recorded 33 were -due to the
epidemic of influenza.

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The Name
J., P. Esche'bach
Has always stood
for the BEST in
MEATS
202 E. Huron Street
PHONE 821,

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MAY 19, 20, 21, 22,12

SATURDAY
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SIX CNERSORDAYS

ImBnquet for Congregational
dents in Congregational church.
. Ozora S. Davis will speak.
-Dinner for members of the tin.
rian guild in the Guild hall. Dr.
kuel A. Eliot guest of honor.
-Members of. both groups of the
smopoltan club will meet
om 302, University hall to discusc
lie World Language."~
--Japanese club will hold meet.
;at Lane hall. The Korean ques-

PR'OGRAM S
z. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY i9

go track -meet
sium.
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mportant meet-

The Michigan Paily. the only morn-
ing paper In Ann Arbor. contains all
the latest Campus, City and -World
News.-Adv.
TEN WAITERS AND TWO DIS-
PENCERS WANTED AT ONCE
AT 604 EAST LIBERTY ST.'
STEADY WORK IF YOU CAN
MAKE 'GOOD
J. IK. MALCOLM.

TITTA RUFFO, BARITONE
Overture; "Patrie," Opus 19
Aria : " Patria" . . . .
Symphonic Poem, No. 2a
"Tasso Larnento e Trio nfo"* {
Aria : "Zaza, piccola zingara," from "Zaza"
INTIEM1SSION

Leontaavalto

Vysherad y S 1taa
The Moldau ' mtn
Aria: "0 yin, discassia la tristezza," from "Hamlet" . . Thoinas
Capriccio Espagnol, Opus 34 . . . imsky-Korsakozv
Albarado;
Variations
Albarado
Scene and Gypsy. Song
Fandango of the Asturias
(Played without pause)
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra;' Frederick Stock, Conductor

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Paidilhe"
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-Republican club executive ,com-
:tee meets on third floor of Un,
-Dr. Samuel A. Eliot will be
st of honor' at the Unitarian
ld Forum.
-Social halt hour of Plymontha
1d in Congregational 'church.
-Christian Endeavor, social half
ir followed by devotional serv-
-Social hour at the Baptist guild.
-Hlobart guild serves ;lunch in
rris hall.
UNOTICES
omics 2 will meet at2 o'clock
s afternoon in room B,.Law build-
!p exams in Economics 15,' 37,
146 will be held at 9 o'clock Sat-
ay morning, March 13, in room
Economics building.
[al makeup exams 1 and 2 will
held in room 101, University hall1
2 o'clock Saturday afternoon.
bership pep supper of Baptist
Id at 6:00 o'clock tonight at the*
rch.
blicans will hold mass meeting
8 o'clock Monday night in' the
on Assembly hall.! Major Mor-
will address the meeting. The
publican club will complete or-
ization at this time.
uts who have made "application
employment with the University
'should call at Lane hall and
ce out their schedules as soon as
sible.
Student Volunteer meeting and
al at 7:30 Saturday, night in
to hall. Mr. Sherman, '23M,
lspeak on the Religions of India,
re he has' spent a number of
trs.
tary of Lowden League to Speqk
Robert MacCormack, national
tary of the Young Men's Lowden
e, will speak at a 'dinner to be
tomorrow night at the Union'
isiness men and students on the
tion of an Ann Arbor Lowden
d the Daily advertisements. They
ead you to the best of Ann Ar,-
stores.-Adv.

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2. THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 2
THE MANZONI REQUIEM-Verdi,
SOLOISTS
LENORA SPARKES, Soprano
CAROLINA LAZZARI, Contralto
WlLLIA1 WHEELER, Tenor
LEON RO UHIER, Bass
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
The University Choral Union
*Albert A. Stanley, Conductor

Up At The Top-
And Staying There

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'There was plenty of room Oat the top or a
cigarette of tip top quality at -a rock. bottom
price. And that's where Spur comes in.
For men who judge a cigarette by its
,ooks, by its blend, by its taste--well, Spur
was made for them. Money can't buy .any-.
thing better than-
Spur's new blend of choicest oriental and
American tobaccos that brings out to the full
that good old tobacco taste.,
Spur's satiny imported paper crimped (not
dasted) that makes an easier-drawing, slower.-
burning cigarette.
Spur's smart brown and silver packet, three-
fold to preserve the' delicate Spur flavor and
fragrance. R
Spur's moderate' price_-20c, for 20-'helps
you and doesn't hurt Spur quality.

" 3.. FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 2!
SOLOISTSg
EDWIN ARTHUR KRAFT, Organist
JAMES HAMILTON, Tfor
A Choru~s of Children~
Riussell Carter, Conductor
Folk Songs : "Dear Harp of My Country" . s W !sh
"Caller HIerrin' . .. coc
Organ : "Marche Triomphale" . . ss~iav V. Hagg
"Song of India" , .AT. R ms~ky-K)rsak.Q ff
"Serenade" a !,r r r. terg2 j Rachm11an~itYo i
"Blarcarolle" . . Kirf
'Prayer"Cpie from "Der Frejschiitz" . . . . Weier
Ora:Carc{"The Erook"~) . .4 . 1ta ?.D thier
Scherzo .r.r. f red Io' lliv q
Rhapsody r, ,. os.~e ' C'ole

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Arias:3
"E Lueevan de Stella," frog "U Tosea'
"Vesti la Giubba," from "I IPagli~cci"
"The Shepherd on the H1115" ,
"At the 'Window"
Organ: Second Sonata in C Minor, Op. 44
Molto Moderato
Toccata Di Concerto .
"Who is Sylvia ?"
"Hark, hark, the lark" . . ,

V ttder 'tuckpn
Jovef Renor
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4. FRIDAY EVENING, MAYs' 2
MARGARET MATZENAUER, CONTRALTO
Overture to "Euryanthe" Weber.
Scene and Aria: "Ocean! Thou Mighty Monster," from "Ober on" Weber
Symphony, No. I, B ,flat major, Opus 38. . .. 'Schumann
Andante un poco maestoso-Allegro molto vivace
Lar hetto
Scherzo
Allegro animato e grazioso
Letter Aria: from "Eugene Onegin" . . . schaikowsky
INTERMISSION.
Symphonic-Poem, No. 2, "Le Chasseur Maudit" .' . Franck
Recitative and Aria: "Thou Monstrous Fiend," from "Fidelie' Beethoven
Symphonic Poem, "Finlandia," Opus 26, No. 7 . . . Sibelius
The Chicago Symphony;. Orchestra, Frederick Stock, Conductor

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and Henne.-Adv.

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TEACHERS
Dyou want to secure the
Position and the "High Dol-
in salary next year? It 8o,
,e Today for our Salary
dule anj Literature. Only
Comm. Payable in Fall.
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.and Spurs got there.

5. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 22
JOSEF LHEVINNE, PIANIST
Qverture to "Russlan and Ludmilla".
h ;~ ,N '4, 1 z ni or p L s 36.
&tAdate sostenuto-Moder-atol con anima
}~Ahdaritino in modo di canzona.
S v erzo: Pizzicato ostinato
'}n}l : Allegro con fuoco
INTZRMissioN
j9opnertp for ?ip.nofprfc, No. z, p major, OPU~s i
Th~e Qhca$q Sy 'pjnyQrOhesrai, Fre4 ro icc tcW
A AT1]RDAY"f EYNINQ? MAY
"THlE DAMNATION OF :EAPST't .:Berljaz

Beethoven

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EDWARD JOHNSON (QM4A-Y-49Giovgwgi) (Tenqr)
ILENATO ZANRLLI Bgritone)
ROBERT DItTERLE (14ritOn).
The Chlcago r #0 o Y Orces r~
The tUniversity chovtf tlin
Albert A, Staiey, condulctar
TICKETS: $4.50, $5.00, $6.00, $7.00 (It Pre-Fstival
is returned, deduct $3.00).

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Iludent Cases

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your protection.
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Sold by all Reliable

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PUBLIC- SALE of tickets at Hill Auditorium (instead of School of
Music) Saturday morning, March 20, 8 o'clock.
MAIL ORDERS will be filled in advance in order of, receipt, as near
as possible "to location asked for.
Address all orders to CHARLES A. SINK, SECRETARY.

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