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SPRING TRIP CERTAIN FOR
IF EGE TSVARSITY BAND, SAYS 3MANAGER
"The band is practically certain to
take the spring trip," said James S.'
ES PETITION Klumpp, 120M, student manager of the
band. "Only two more' guarantees are
red from Page One) needed before it will be a certainty
D. Harvey, H. 3 . Horn- as we already have four guarantees
H. Hughes, J. W. Ken- and six are needed.
K~unert, L: Kiizchinski, "Appearances have been guaran-

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WvHAT'S GOING -ON

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SATURDAY
2:00-Benefit card party
Cook 'dormitory.

at MarthaI

,mond, Vera M. Lane, 1. E. Le-
W. McCormick, M. f. Mac-
R. A. Mclver, C. S. Markham,
issnick, C. H. Motulsky, Kath-
Orth, W. L. Peach, G. F. Phil-
M. C. Piatt (as A ' class of
J. Power, C. L.. Rasmussen,
iu, F. E. Roth, R. A. Runyon,
,arbinski, A. 0. Skye,' Evelyn
M. M. Stone, L. S. Thomp-
A. Trumpor, D. L. Vanl)sen
ass of 1918), H. B. Vinkemul-
of class of 1919), H. N. Walk-
H. Watkins, C. R. Webb, C.
on (as of class of 1909), R.

of Scifence were

ou:
lison, F. T. Hawley,
L. M. Rosenbluth,
rude Strother.

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owing were miade Bache-
cience in Forestry :
3ranson, R. C. Ely, T. S.
A. C. Foley, D. R. Hook, R.

efollowing were recom~mended'
ceive the teacher's diploma:
'nice I. Brown, Maria H .Hughes,I
E. TKunert, Georgia MW. Brown,
M. Lane, J. C. Peters, A. 0.
Evelyn W. Stock, Mildred M.
H. J. Wambold.
rees of Bachelor of Science in
Engineering were awarded to:
. Anderson, Taeke Beiboer, Louis
r, B. C. Choy, G. F. Hauke, J.
club, V. W. McAdam, E. M. Mil-
t. J. Morgenstern, A. D. Pelikas,
Robinson, R. L. Stonrer, D:' M..
, I. A. Wojtaszak.
following fwere made Bachelors'
,ence in Mechanical Engineer-
0. Babcock, M. R. Fox, Edward
r, A. W. Hudnutt (as of class
4), R: S. Moore, Laurence Say-
'. W. Steelsmith, C. 0. 'Stetler.
;rees of Bachelor of Science in.
ical Engineering were award-
W.T Camnpbell, P. E. Thomas, W:
etmore.
following received degrees of
lr of Science in Chemical sEn-
.lag :
E. Campbell, M. B. Doty, E. W.
sse, A. C. Marwinske, I. D. Pat-
, C. L. Rice, S. M. Schnitz, T.'
apson, C. 3. Tobin,
helot of Science in Nawil Arch-
re and Marine Engin~eering were
led to:'
., Ballard, G. W.. Spender.
helor of Science in Architecture
a.warded to:
J. Hosman, E. MW. Read, 3. H.
4pring Thaws Flood Ceollars
er from the recent spring thaws'
ooded the cellars of many homes
.n Arbor. The city motor pump
w' at work. pumping out the cel-
Michigani Daily, the only morn-
xper in Ann Arbor, contains all
test Campus. City and World
-Adv.

teed at Evansville, Louisville, Akron,
and Cleveland, and we are practically
sure of guarantees from Terra Haute,
Jrdianapolis, 'South Bend, and Day-
ton,"
STUDENTS OBJECT TO MAN4Y
STATEMENTS AT "48" MEETING
(Continued, fromh Page One),
hall followed the meeting, at which
It was announced that the commit-
tee of forty-eight will hold a meeting
Monday, March 22,' in the Chamber of
Commerce building in Detroit.
Marie Jane, Alexander, a sister of
'the speaker, was. a freshman in the
;:University in 1915, pursuing a course
in journalism. She left the following
Year to attend the University of Chi-
cago.
iVongregationaiists to Have Banquet
A banquet of all Congregational
young people will be held at 6 o'clock
,this evening in the parlors of the Coin-
gregational church. Music furnished.
by the School of Music and also quar-
tette singing will be rendered during
khe banquet. Dr.. Ozora Davis, presi-
dent of the Chicago theological sem-
'nary, is to be the main speaker of the
.evening. Prominent men on the cam-
pus will also be on the list of speak-
ers.
Cosmopolitan Club Meets Townight
At 7:30 Saturday evening in room
302, University hall, there will be a
discussion on "Esperanto." All mem-
*bers of both chapters of the Cosmo-
politan club and all students and pro-
fessors of the University who are in-
terested are invited to attend. The
speaker of the evening is Mr. S. J.
gaffe.
Fochi Denies He Is Against League
Washington, March -12. - Marshal
Foch through the French embassy de-
nied the report published in this
country, regarding heis attitude toward
the League of Nations. The dispatch-
es had said the marshal was opposed
to the league.
200 Disabled Soldiers at Wise-onsin
Nearly 200 disabled. soldiers are
studying in the University of Wiscon-
sin this semester under the supervi-
sion of the federal board for voca-
tional education,: according to figures
just compiled. Lase semester. about
175. were in attendance.
Craftsmen to Confer Third Degree
The Craftsman club will co'tfer the
third degree in a meting to be held
at .7:30 o'clock tonight. at the Masonic
temple. This is a special meeting and
those in charge desire a' good attend-
ance.

6:30 -- Banquet for Congregational
students in Congregational church.
Dr. Ozora S. Davis will speak.
6 :34-Dinner for members of the Un-
itarian guild in the Guild hall. Dr.
Samuel A. Eliot guest of honor.
7:30-Members of both groups of the
Cosmopolitan club will meeti
room 302, University hail to discuss
"T.he World Language."
7:30-Craftsman club meets in 3lbi-
sonic Temple.
7:3()-O pen Student Volunteer baud
meeting in Lane hall
8:00-Japanese club will hold meet-
ing at Lane hall. The Korean ques-
tion will be discussed.
8:~00-' Michigan -Chicago tract: ~meet.

5:30--Dr. Samuel A. Eliot Will be'
guest of honor at the Unitarian
Guild Forum.
6:00--S ocial balf hour of Plymoutlh
guild in Congregational church.
6:00-Social ,Hour at the Baptist guild.
6:00-Hobart guild serves lunch in
Harris hall.
6 :003-Social half hour at the' Meth-
odist church. The Wesleyan guild
meeting has been cancelled for this
week.
6: 30-Union service, Hill auditorium.
Dr. S. A. Eliot speaks.
MONDAY
7 :30--Mandolini club practice lit n i-
versity hall.
S :00-Republican mass meeting in
Union assembly hall.

U-N~OTICES
The Varsity band will meet
o'clock tonight to play ati
meet. All members arez

tat 7:301
the track'
requested

SIX CONCERITSm-----FOUR, DAYS

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SUlNDAE Mullane-, Ta.flie
12-W--D~ruids hold Important mieet- Tires' Drug Store,
3:30-Junior Baptist get-together and' Read the Daily ad
taffy pull. Guild house, 503 E. tin- ANjilled you to thl
ron.
4:30-Republican 'club executive COOn- !bar's stores.--Adv.
mittee meets on third floor of Un-

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Overture : "Patrie," Opus ig
Aria : "Patria" . .
Symphonic Poem, No., 2.
Ara "Tasso; Lamento e Trionfo"
Ara:"ZaZa, piccola zingara," from "Zaza"
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Aria: "0 yin, discassia la iristezza," from "Hamlet" Thomas
Capriccio Espagnol, Opus 34 . . . Rimsky-Korsakow
Albarado
,Variations0
Albarado
Scene and Gypsy Song
Fandango of the Asturias
(Played without pause)
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Frederick Stock, Conductor

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2. THURSDAY EVENING, MA~Y 20
THE MANZONI REQUIEM-Verdi
SOLOISTS
LJENORA SPARKES, Soprano
CAROLINA LAZZARI, Contralto
WILLIAM WHIEELER, Tenor
LEON ROTIER, Bass
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
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Albert A. Stanley, Conductor
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EDWIN ARTHUR KRAFT, Organist
JAMES HAMILTON, Tenor
A Chorus of Children
Russell.- Carter, Conductor
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Organ : Second Sonata in C Minor, 'Op. 44
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David Warfield Injuqred In Accident
Los Angeles, March 12-David War-
'field, actor, 'was struck by an. automo-
bile here today, his left leg was brok-
en and his face 'lacerated.
Read the Daily for Campus News.

4. FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 21
MARGARET MATZENAUER, CONTRALTO
Overture to 4"Euryanthe" [V . . eber
Scene and Aria: "Ocean! Thou Mighty Monster,?" from "Oberon" Weber
Symphony, No. i, B 'flat major, 'Opus 38$ Schumann
Andante un poco maestoso--Allegro molto vivace
Larghetto
Scherzo"
Allegro animato a grazioso
Letter. Aria: from "Eugene Onegn". Tschaikowsky.
Symphonic Poem, No. 2, "Le Chasseur Maudit". . Franck
Recitative and Aria: "Thou Monstrous Fiend," from "Fidelio" Beethoven
Symphonic Poem, "Finlandia," Opus 26, No. 7 , Sibelius
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EDWARD JOHNSON (Eduardo Giovani) (Tonar)
RENATO ZANELLI (Baritone) ,, .
ROBERT DIETERLE (Baritone) . . ,
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