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November 18, 1921 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FAQ

"Marshall 7och
In Ann Arbor" Is
Alumnus Feature
"Marshal Foch in Ann Arbor" is the
title of the feature story in this week's
Alumnus. The article is accompanied,
by a picture showing the Marshal leav-
ing the special stand which was built
specially for his reception.
PARCEL
DELI-VERY
TELEPHONE
2700
TRUNKS
'N EVERYTHING
ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
SCiFEDUL]E EFFE CTIVE OCT. xo, rqar
Read Down Central Standard Time
A.M. ,.P.M. P.M. A&PM
Dl Diy Daily Daily
7:30 x :30 Lv... Adrian ...Ar. 7 :0 0245
8:05 2:05 ... Tecumseh ... 6:25 12:ro
8:25 2:a5......Clinton ......6:o5 xx5o
9-x5 3.x5.....Saline.....:xs xr:o.
945 3:45 Ar. Ann Arber LV. 4,45 10:3o
A,.M. .,P.M P.M. A&PM
Read Up
SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS

ln the "Event and Comment" sec-
tion is an editorial headed "Because
We Lost a Game" which goes on to
mention the action taken by different
alumni organizations in regard to the
coaching of the Varsity football squad
and dispells the criticism that "fra-
ternity pull" puts a man on the team.
There is also a play by play account
of the Wisconsin game, a memorial
article about Curtis Redden, '03L, a
story about Charles J. Ewald, '01, and
other items of interest.
CUTHBERT PLANS EFFECTIVE
SUPPORT AT SATURDAY GAME
New Plan for Forming Block "1' Will
Solve Seating Problem and
Aid Cheering
There will be no lack of good ef-
fective cheering Saturday's game with
Minnesota, according to advance plans
of A. O. Cuthbert, '22E, Varsity cheer-
leader., The cheering squad under his
supervision has been training to
handle the large crowd and Cuthbert
himself will lead the cheers in' the
west stand, where the block "M" will
be formed.
By seating Freshmen exclusively in
the west stand, it is hoped that better
ofganized cheering will result. There
is also the advantage in that 20,000
rooters in the north and south stands
will be able to see the "M".
SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUT
EAT AT REX'S
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets

H 'GORMACK SINGS
HERE ON TUESDAY!

Great Irish
Series

Tenor on Choral Union
Causes Large Seat
Sale

COMPLETE PROGRAM ISSUED
BY MANAGEMENT IN ADVANCE
John McCormack's coming to Ann
Arbor on the Choral Union concert
series next Tuesday night in Hill audi-
torium has arroused more interest on
the part of concert patrons than per-
haps any concert yet given in the
history of this series. Due to requests
as to what the great tenor will sing,
his program is given to the public
several days in advance of the concert
in order that those who wish may be-
come familiar with those songs which
McCormack will render.
The Program
His complete program is as follows:
O Sleep, Why Dost Thou Leave
Me? (Semele) . .........Handel
Ombra mai fu (Largo)........Handel
Mr. McCormack
Prelude ..... ........Pugnani-Kreisler
Variations on theme of Cor-
elli .............. Tartini-Kreisler
Mr. McBeath
La Caravane.......Ernest Chausson
Go Not Happy Day......Frank Bridge
When Night Descends..Rachmaninoff
L'Alba Separa ...........Paolo Tosti
Mr. McCormack
Intermission

P.M.
3:30
4:5
4:25
5:15

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R. Tecumseh
.Clinton .
.Saline .
Ar. +Ann .Arbor I,,,.

P.M.
9:00
8:25
8:05
9:15
6:45
P.M.

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P A'KA
D A , VCE
Friday and Saturday Night

Irish Folk Songs:
The Bard of Armagh..Arr. by
The Ballynure Ballad..Ari. by
She Moved Through the
Fair . ......Arr. by
The Lovers Curse....Arr. by
Mr. McCormack

Hughes
Hughes
Hughes
Hughes

Kennedy's
PACKARD FIV
Orchestra

Romance ................Wieniawski
Obertass ................Wieniawski
Mr. McBeath
When the Dew Is Fall-
ing .............Edwin Schneider
On the Beach at
Otahai...........Julius Harrison
The Palanquin Bearers..Martin Shaw
The Lord is my Light......Allitsen
The ticket sales for the concert have
been the largest in the history of the
Choral Union and most of the seats
in Hill auditorium have been sold.
Due to the heavy demand about 200
additional places have been arranged
for on the stage. Those in charge of
sales will fill orders for tickets in
the order of application so long as
the supply holds out.
JUNIOR ENGINEERS PLACE
TYNES ON HONOR COMMITTEE
J. P. Tynes, '23E, was elected as the
second junior engineer member of the
Honor committee by the class in its
regular meeting yesterday morning.
Talks were given by Prof. W. C. Hoad
of the snitary engineering depart-
ment, and R. H. Rowland, '23E, the
other junior representativ'e on the
Honor. Paul Goebel, president of the
class, emphasized the fact that ,all
men should wear their toques at Sat-
urday's game.
Sophomore engineers, in a business
meeting held yesterday morning, ar-
ranged to purchase log log slide rules
at $9 apiece. Anyone who wishes to
obtain one should sign up at the Sec-
retary's office in the Engineering
building.

Tickets at Wahr's,

Graham's, and at the door

To reserve half for private parties call 394

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