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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MANY POSITIONS OPEN
FOR WOMEN STUDENTS
- V Just at this time when a life work
' {" y '****v L '{'a;i' = :r , l{for seniors, summer employment for
all classes and even something to add
to the coffers of the student while in
pfd dn1, 1 school, are big questions on the cam-
pus, Dean Myra B. Jordan has at her
offices a number of offes to women
. .{students, about which consultations
may be had and details supplied.
Women's Employment service in the
Central Y. W. C..A. building at Pitts-
S.. burgh offers to get 'all sorts of posi-
%urtions, investigating credentials both of
employer and prospective employe
carefully, for a graduated fee, accord-
W hite Flannel Trousers to the wages received after em-
A ready-cut garment company de-
Reasons for buying your trousers of us. sires agents here to sell their product
We us a od.ehfla n eestudents.. Smith coilege has
e use a billiard cloth anne sent a bulletin in regard to its course
(Pure Virgin Wool) . of training for social work, offering
both theoretical and practical educa-
All materials thoroughly shrunk tion along this line.
(Cold Water Shrunk) Some cherry orchards in the Trav-
erse Bay section of the state enclosed
They are cut and made in our own with their prospectus asking for cher-
ry pickers some attractive "snap-
shop shots" of their grounds, dormitory
(Custom Tailored) and of the girls engaged in the prof-
fered employment. Last year, girls
Prompt service of high schooliage were employed, but
it is desired that normal school and
(24 hours if necessary).4
college women be engaged this year.
Every pair guaranteed to fit Den haas
interested in this proposition should t
(Pattern drafted for every order) discuss the matter with her.
They are 'priced right.
$16.00
Wome
There will be a meeting of the
Mummers' club at 4 o'clock Monday
afternoon in Barbour gymnasium par-
lors. All those who are not present
.......__--_ or who do not notify Florence Derrick
1Ilii i I 11111111111111111 II 111111111111111 UllillIlt 111111 llii1i liii 111111 III will be automatically dropped from
l111111~t11I11the club.
-_ - A rehearsal. of the University Girls'
S = Glee and Mandolin clubs and the
Freshman Girls' Glee club will be held
at 7:15 o'clock Monday evening in Hill
auditorium.
= Student members of the Y. W. C. A.
Poare requested to attend a meeting
" a tS -= which will be held at 4 o'clock Tues-
by day afternoon in Newberry hall.
; Photography Sigma Delta Phi will meet at 4
o'clock Monday afternoon at Helen
Newberry residence.
Phone 598 121 E. Wash'gton St.
rIIIIIIIII i't There will be a meeting of the old
i11:1111 1111111 sWomen's Athletic association board at
7:30 o'clock Tuesday night at Helen
Newberry residence.
1TIN COLUMN Baseball practice will be held as
WISH CLOSES follows: Sophomores at 4 o'clock
31MSES AT s P.M Monday, freshmen at 5 o'clock Mon-
At3$P.M. ADVERTISINGA -3P. day.
A rehearsal of act two of "The Im-
WANTED LOST AND FOUND portance of Being Earnest" will be
held at 4 o'clock Monday, and a re-
WANTED- Ambitious students for LOST-Monday afternoon on Wash- hearsal of act one at 4 o'clock Tues-
profitable sales work, during vaca- tenaw between Hlli St. and South
tio.Opportuniies wor aking vbig-University, a small lavender purse day.
tion. Opportunities for making big containing a $5 bill and a key. Find-
money this summer, selling our up- er please phone 1098-M. 149-3 \nother's D a
to-date Maps and Atlases; were LOST-Thursday, May 5, between Li- i ier S l y
never before equalled. Exceptional brary and Hill St., silver mesh bag
propositions for those who have had containing meal tickets for Arcade Founded In 1907
experience in this line. Can use Cafeteriauand Tuttle's. Please noti-
the inexperienced also. If you are fy Alice Tuger, 520 Hill St. 150-2
open to employment, write us, giv- LOST-At Ferry Field, Thursday, a By H. Tr y
ing details in first letter. Rand M- gold watch chain key on end, and T o
r n*'n. L" T 1485A an ivory skull slide. If found, please American to pay tribute to his moth-

Nally and Co., Chicago; . iii. - call Haight. Phone 2220. Re- er. As a tradition, this day is young,
WANTED-Men to sell brushes dur- ward. 150-2 having been founded in May, 1907.
ing summer. Good money making LOST-Elgin wrist watch on campus The originator of the idea was Anna
proposition. Call 1268 between 6:15 Wednesday evening. Finder call Jarvis, -who wished to commemorate
and 7:15 evenings, or write 1007 E. 62'7, Marth~a Cook. Reward. 149-3 the memory of her own mother who
Huron. 148-21 LOST-Leather note book. Finder had recently died. To Philadelphia,
please notify Gordon S. Cook. Phone therefore, belongs the honor of being
WANTED - Room in private home 861-W. Reward. 150-2 the first city to observe "Mothers'
for two young ladies during May'day"
Festival. Write Box J. A. H., care LOST-Pair o brown tortoiseshell,a By 1913 the custom had become so
Daily. 151-3 hinged glasses. Please return to B 93tecso a eoes
Daily office. 151-1 popular that congress passed a reso-
WANTED-Second hand Old Towne IOST-A topaz pin, chased gold set- lution setting aside the second Sunday
canoe in good condition. Addrss- oLOST-Aytopazpinbchasedcgoldset-
EdnaHardie, Hudson, Mich. d 51-2 ting.. Reward. 509 Wash. Phone o every Ma, to bededicated,
_________________ 1685-M.'' 150-2 the best mother in the world, your
WANTED-Use of several canoes for LOST-Delta Gamma pin. Call 110-R. mother". It should be observed by a
one day trip. Will pay $5 for each. 'Reward. 150-2 letter, gift or visit, and the wearing
Call Toy, phone 1612-W. 146-6 of a single rose or 'carnation.
FOR SALE When we think of Mothers' day, we
'WANTED--Experienced chef to cook
for Fraternity. Call 1016. Ask for FOR SALE- A medical office, fully can believe that, after all, sentiment
the Steward. 150-2 equipped with cabinets, medicines, has not totally died out in our na-
operating table and furniture. Must tion.
WANTED-To buy or rent a rooming be sold because of death. Write
house. Address, Mrs. E. Marble, Grace Van den Berg, Admx. of Es-
Marshall, Mich. 150-3 tate, 219 Fifth St., Grand Haven, ATHENA LITERARY SOCIETY'
MISs ELLNEOUS.Mich. 151-3 INITIATES TEN SATURDAY
UISUELLANEOUtS FOR SALE - Rooming House, good
BIG RECORDS made for April on business opportunity, will bring in Athena Literary society held its an-
Health and Accident Insurance. $400 per month. Suitable for Sor- nual spring initiation at 10 o'clock
Only-a few more good agencies left ority or Fraternity. First class con- yesterday morning, at which time the
worth from $500 to $1000 per month dition. Fine location. 602 Monroe. following girls were taken into mem-
to hustlers for summer vacation. Deal with owner, phone 7106-F3.
We want bright active men and will 149-3 bership: Mary Barrett, '23, M. Rose
pay high 'for them. See me before Barton, '23, Esther Brenneman, '22,
May 15th. H. L. Baldwin, 310 State F SALEVg Tenor) Banjo.RIn Helen Elliott, '23, Louise Graham, '23,
St., National Casualty Co. 147-21 excellent condition, for $25. Real Sdbt et,'4 ee oih
opportunity. Call 2127-M evenings. Sadybeth Heath, '24, Helen Rorich,
FOR RENT - 151-2 '23, Marion Russell, '23, Beatrice San-
O R - m a a t t R LBu t i c dles, '23, and Mildred Trick, '22.
FOR RENT-Steam heated apartment. FOR SALE-1917 Buick touring car. The ceremony was followed by a
See-K. Malcolm, 604 E. Liberty Good condition. Call at 533 Ch1u50 pinic for all of the members.
c+102 t.103pcicfralo temmes

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FESTI

II

Two Afternoon and Four Evening Concerts
MAY 18, 19, 20, 21, 1921

Dr. Stanley

For twenty-eight years Dr. Stanley has successfully directed the Ann
Arbor May Festival and through his untiring efforts, foresight, and able musi
cianship Ann Arbor has acquired a reputation as one of Amirica's leading
music centers. During these years hundreds of the world's greatest soloists
embracing every line of musical endeavor, have been heard; the world's fines
orchestras have appeared and many other musical organizations. This yea
will be the last opportunity that music lovers and friends of Dr. Stanley wil
have an opportunity of listening to a festival under his direction. His col
leagues in the University Musical Society, as well as patrons of the concerts
have made every effort to assist in making this, his last Festival, worthy t
crown a life's work which has been so full of laudable achievements.

Soloists

An attractive list of the greatest soloists of the day will be assemble
for this year's event, including stars from the Chicago and Metropolitan Ope
Companies, oratorio singers and instrumentalists as follows: Lucrezia Bo
Lenora Sparkes, Florence Hinkle and Grace Johnson-Konold, Sopranc
Cyrena Van Gordon and Merle Alcock, Contraltos; Charles Marshall, C
ville Harrold and Lambert Murphy, Tenors; Arthur Middleton, Theodo
Harrison, Chase Sikes and Robert McCandliss, Baritones; Gustaf Holr
quist, Bass; Marian Struble, Violinist; Fannie Bloomfield-Zeisler, Piani

Conductors

Three conductors will participate -in the programs: Dr. Stanley, w
will wield the baton for the choral performances to be given with orchest
Frederick Stock, who will conduct the orchestral programs and the progra
at which individual stars will appear; and George Oscar Bowen, who H
conduct the children's chorus made up of several hundred youngsters fr
the Ann Arbor Public Schools, who will' provide the major portion of
Friday afternoon program.

Organizations

Three organizations will participate: The University Choral Ur
which was organized in 1879 and which has had a continuous existence s
that time and which since 1888 has been under the leadership of Dr. Star
will contribute two programs and will participate in miscellaneous numb
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, of 70 players, which will provide
orchestra background and will also render a number of brilliant orche<
selections; A Chorus of Children which has been in training during the pre
school year in the hands of George Oscar Bowen, Miss Lou M. Allen
other teachers in the public schools. This year the chorus will be. the lai
which has ever participated and their work will stand out as a particul
attractive feature.

Choral Works

Three principal choral works will be offered: Mendelssohn's "Eli
which will take place when the Choral Union, Chicago Orchestra 'and a
of brilliant soloists will unite their efforts; Verdi's ever popular "Aida," w
will be given Saturday evening as the closing number in Dr. Stanley's
career of brilliant performances. Of particular significance will be 'the
entitled "The Voyage of Arion,".written by Earl V. Moore and dedi
to Dr. Stanley, words by Dr. M. C. Wier. It will be performed F
afternoon under the direction of Mr. Bowen with the children's chorus.
work is exceedingly attractive and although it has only recently come
the publishers a number of important musical societies are already arra
to include this work in their offerings.

Stanley's Compositions

By special request, several of Dr. Stanley's own compositions wil
included in the general festival program: "Chorus Triomphalis," which
be heard as the closing number at the Wednesday evening concert and a S
phonic Poem, "Attis," which will be heard at the Friday evening con
This work was recently given by the Chicago Orchestra in Chicago and
been the subject of highly complimentary criticism by leading musical au
ities.

Tickets

The demand for course tickets for the Festival has been unusually he
A limited number of tickets at $4.50 and $5.00 are still available and a
few at $6.00 each. The $7.00 section has been exhausted. Tickets fc
dividual concerts at $1.00 and $1.50 each will' be available beginning S
day morning, May 7th. Qwing to. the heavy sale of course tickets there
be no $2.00 tickets for individual concerts available.

Rooms

Parties having desirable rooms for the entertainment of Festival
are requested to leave their names 'at the office of the University Sch
Music.

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