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1913 .LIT CLUSS WILL
HOLD 3-OY REUNION1
Tbe literary class of 1918 will re-
unite again this year for three days in
Ann Arbor during the graduation
period, according to Ruth Burdsal Bas-
sett, '13, chairman of the class reuniont
committee. I'
Many classes are planning to reunite
at this time and on Wednesday, June
29, the '13 class will unite with the
'14, '15, and '16 classes and hold a re-
union dance in the assembly hall of1
the Unign. This dance will be the only
event held in common for all four
classes
The committee for the '13 class has'
arranged many features for the enter-
tainment of its members among which
are a picnic, a breakfast dance, and a
vaudeville performance.
The committees for the various
classes are as follows: '13 class, Ruth.
Burdsal Bassett, Clement Quinn, a for-
mer football man; for the class of 114,
Waldo Fellows, Beatrice Mirriamh; for
the '15 class, Sherwood Field and Jane
Hicks; for the_ '16 class, Glenn Coulter,
former president of the Union, and
Madge Meade Woods.
8 SPEAKERS PASS
SECOND CONTEST
Preliminary tryouts for the second
extemporaneous speaking contest of
the year were held Friday in Mason
hall. Out of the 32 entrants, eight
were chosen to compete in the final
contest Monday night, May 16. "The
final speeches will be delivered in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
According to E. T. Ramsdell, '23,
who was in charge of the arrange-
ments, thg tryout showed a great in-
crease in interest and enthusiasm over
the first one this year. The judges of
the final contest will be the members
of Delta Sigma Rho. A silver loving
cup will be given to the winner of first
place and an appropriate prize will be
awarded to the person who takes
second.
Those who will compete in the final
contest are: R. Allaben, '23, J. K.
Brumbaugh, '23, J. R. Dickinson, '22,
P. P. Elliott, '22, H. Hertz, '22, Jack
Kelly, '23, P. A. Rehmus, '23, and P. E.
Ringer, '22.
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ing country yesterday as part of an
annual state-wide movement. These
clinics, which are given in Ann Arbor
at the Community house at the corner
of Main and Williams streets, are
spohsorad by the Michigan State Board
of Health and are given at various
places throughout the state.
A special clinic for ex-service men'
is conducted each afternoon from 4 to
5. A tuberculosis clinic is held under
Dr. Ramsey's supervision from 9 to 12
o'clock in the morning. A children's
clinic is also given by Dr. Rose from
2 to 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
All citizens of Ann Arbor are urged
to visit the Community house as the
clinics are being held in the interest of
public health. The examining doctors
are experts in their type of work ac-
cording to local health officials.
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Sayings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources .......$5000,000.00
707 North University Ave.
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron

HARVARD UNIVERSITY I
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
A two-year course in business lead-
ng to the degree of Master of 1Busi-
ness Administration.
Open to college graduates.
Courses offered in the following
fields: Accounting, Business Law,
Banking and Finance, Marketing, Ad-
vertising, Retail Store Problems, Sales
Management, Industrial Management,
Labor Problems, Business Statistics,
Foreign Trade, Transportation, Lum-
bering, Office Organization.
Eleven graduates of the University
of Michigan haverattendedthe School,
two during the present year.
The registration for 1921-22 is lim-
ited to three hundred in the first-year
courses. Applications after May 1st
should be accompanied by a certified
transcript of the college record.
For Information write to
Dean W. B. Donliam, University 452
HARVARD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Cambridge, Massachusetts

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Lenora Sparkes, the prima donna
soprano of the Metropolitan Opera
company, will be heard here at the
Saturday evening concert of the May
Festival week in the role of "Aida."
She is to take the place of Rosa Pon-
selle, who has found it necessary to
cancel her engagement.
In 1913 Miss Sparkes was a member
of the company at the famous Royal
Opera Convent Garden, London, when
preparations were being made for a
special performance of opera to cele-
brate the birthday of the Prince of
Wales, the future king of England.
The prince'st favorite opera, "La
Boheme," by Puccini, was chosen.
It was the most brilliant happening
of the season, and a cast of the highest
possible calibre was chosen with Mme.
Melba as Mimi, Mr. Caruso as Rodolfo,
Mr. Scotti as Marcello, and Miss
Sparkes as Musetta. The king 'and
queen, the prince, and other members
of the royal family were present. Miss
Sparkes had one of her greatest suc-
cesses that night, and theperformance
was interrupted by the prolonged ap-
plause which followed her singing of
the famous waltz song in the second
act.
Since that time she has kept and
improved upon.her high quality of
work both as a singer of opera as well
as on the concert stage.
GEOLOGY SUMMER CAMP CAN
ACCOMMODATE 28 STUDENTS
Twenty-eight students will be' ac-
commodated this year at the Univer-
sity's summer camp for geology and
geography 'tudents at Mill Springs,
KY., during July and the early part of
August. More than 20 of the available
places have been filled, a few vacancies
remaining in the geology section only.
Professor Sauer will teach the
course in geography, instead of Mr.
Ehlers, a. was recently reported. Mr.
Ehlers and Mr. Hussey will teach the
geology course.
Two weeks of the six-week period
will be spent in a field trip through
Kentucky and Tennessee.
Each student specializing in geol-
ogy or geography is expected to spend
one slimmer at the camp.
CLINICS INAUGURATE LOCAL
HEALTH WEEK MOVEMENT
Inaugurating Health week, clinics
were held in Ann Arbor and surround-

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