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THE MICHIGAN DAILY -- SUNDAY, .MAI

SNDAY SERIES IN
ANN ARBOR CHURCHESI!
r((1oT1 kuu11d U ( iNoPse Nine)
moning. 'The Student Bible discus-
s101.1 grup will menet at 9:30 o'clock
~k Haris h I Rv. lohn Groton, of
ie ci i ~ if(' . tII1 Siio r, JClliii-
town,Penl'fl. will give th1e
ul~rliflg il' iiad Scrf:ofl at 10:30
o' clock.
,i.t he St. Vai; ,L tu{'1;"eran curch,I
Rev. Carl A. Brauer will deliver a, ser-
mon on "The Sacredness of the Gos-
pel".Lenten services in the evening
will be given in English on* "The
Fourth Word from the Cross".
SOPH ENCiNEER PRESIDENT
Waldo K. Greiner, '25E, was elect-
ed president of the sophomore engin-
eering class at the, class meeting yes-
terday. 'The sophomore engineersE
have been without a president since
the first of the present semester when
Al. Miller, -'25E, the former presidentj
withdrew from the University. A for-
mral election took place two weeks agtoI
but since more votes were cast than
signatures placed on: the voting list i
th-,e e lton was declared~ void. I
YI;II ,dse Fill
Dr. Wilbert B. Hinsdale, custodiX1n
of Michigan archaeology in theM-
seumn, has been confined to hi;; homes
for the past two da~ys because of sick-
ness.

Faculty Women's Club Transforms
___-Former Health Service ,Building,

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(Riy Dorothiy sandeirfon) schools. Mrs. U. U.Pnhiips, the rormation in the Facuty Wom~ien's
Members of the Faculty Women'si chairman, has divided this section into Club house. Without any expenditure
club. have transformed the oldtw grus hihmeevywek of money, save the purchase of a
Various members are assigned parts
l kalth Service, building into an at-captfrhelvn romteodI
in the plays to be considered. After captfrtelvn.om h l
tractive cit' as rouse, well adapted to teraig inforn-al discussions take Health service has udroea cm,
.1"e entcr?)rise on which the club has place.I plete metamorphosis. There is a big
e ibarked. Decidedly unique in the way of so- cloak room, amply provided withI
SJust a little over a year ago, Mrs. cial activity in the Day Nur-sery sec- !racks and shelves, and beyond that a
M.,rion L. Burton conceived the ideaj tion under the guidance of Mrs. A. H. retiring room whose soft gray wall
of a Women's club which should draw; Lloyd and Mrs. J. R. Effinger. Through are livened 'by gay rose-colbred cur-
its merniurship from the wives o, a cooperative plan of volunteer help tai~s and bright cretonne. The card
faculty men of and above the rank of 'and a small nominal charge to cover room is just as festive, and the tea-
instructor'. The initial meeting wils actual expenses a satisfactory dlay room, off of which is a large kitchen,
held in the parlors of her home andj nursery system has been devised to1 is delightful. The furniture is white,
sinco that time, the club has so ex- care for children from. two years old i'the walls grey, and the hanging match
pandecl in sze and,(diversity of inter- I to seven, exactly with the blues and reds in the
ests tliifha tuemebers have found it'
ltServo I O'clock Tea Canterbury design china which can
'expedient to, work in specialized Ibesninte ultncpoad
Igrounds. Constructive play is provided andbesninte ultncpoad
slihtdicilin werbythe tn Above the dull +brick mantel piece
Take Friday Hikes ! ~ i~weey tn hangs Leon Makielski's "Spirit of
E w* tots are given tasks to perfoim, asE Morning", loaned by the artist.
Thee i anatheti setio unerdusting, preparation of "tea" (which
the tradlership of Mrs. Willis Ship?- The living room is long and quiet
narn.Ever Frjay ahikig iscofs,5t- oi water and an arrow-root adfleiihamopee epge
pam.Evey Frdaya hiingparty i biscuit at four o'clock) and puttinganfledwtamopr.Depgy
aned endheseasn cheule.orarrointawy the things atrad. This ,walls, matching rugs and upholstery,
notd o th sesonschdul. Ariv jnursery privilege is extended to the, against which gleams old mahogany,
ed at their destination tea is made in 1ie fsuet womy~iht are set off here and there with blue
the oe an inteapor avail and mulberry in the cushions, the
ic open and in th aporate il themselves of this help.
monts sme tud ismad ofthechintz overdraper, the lamp-shades
birds and flowers. Classes are offer- Buildiai~ Com~rpletely Tlranlsformedi and even in the responsive tones of
I ed in rifle shooting andlswimnming, s Mrs. Emil Lorch and her corps of as- three other canvases lent by Mr. Mak-

case, magazines on the table, and the r i 111i11111lIIIiltiilIIlhi1111iiIiII1
whole is highly liveable and charming.
All' the furniture has been donated, =
and all the work was dlone by the = TONIGHTOA
women themselves. = '' ALL WEEK
Day Nursery Upstairs-_'
The second floor, with the exception!
of the studio room, is entirely devot.ed I= Third Edition of America's!
to the Day Nursery. There is a room ;-.THlE BOHEMIA
entirely lined with black-boards, an-'
other contains a great sand-box-
where many forts and battlements ar e'
raised and demolished daily. The - A*e Qf1LXVV IA1
"pantry" holes a cupboard and all
the facilities for every juvenile house -4
kee ping. The play room, pr oper,
abounds in blocks, beads to be strung,=
and all sorts of constructive toys. ' ietdadSae yJH
Last, and surely not least to brighten EDrce ii tgdb Ot
young eyes, there is a room contain-,E An All-Star Cast
ing an eight room doll-house. Electric=
lights, as small as thimbles, which i ED L
really light, furniture perfectly con- . (AND HIS JAZZICY
4sructed, dresser-drawers filled withw
doll clothing; even a cook in the well JOE E. BROWN, EVA PU(
equipped kitchen all Igo to delight the BIRD MILLMAN } .,
small child as much as the Club house '
itself delights her grown-up mother. O'HANLON &' Z
3 ~MOLLIE I
Woumen': Club to Meet ..*.---- And,
Members of the Women's Research E 30iAil()VS AR.T ISr'
club will hold their regular -meeting r},$,0
at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening, E lights.:"c3 , $t,1, 3 $2 Sate ~. ut
March 15, in room Z-231L of the Nat.-
ural Science building. Papers will be i lhIIlIIlilllI11iIIitIlii11lift III III 111
presented by Miss Marian Studley and
Miss Frieda Kiefer of the School of ____________________
Education. I

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C'r L A R E'H TUN
EN GAGE ILENT

Greatest Annual Revue

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MURAYANDERSON
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ICK & SAMMY WHITE w
MIARIE HOLLY
'AM BOUN IS3
DODD
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well as horseback riding.
The Drama section is interesting in'
that it lends a ready ear to modern-
istic plays and books, without sacrific-
ing entirely its allegiance to the older

sistants, are responsible for the trans- ielski. There are books i nthe book-

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WEEK BEGIli. s HUB E RTYMATINEES
(Tomrrow (~B~fl(IA I\II Tuesday
IIifaaJWII 12\,lThursday
XAUUUHAI 12USaturday
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STONIGHT TIM "THC3fE BAD MAN "I
THE
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In the Whirlwind Farce
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PRODUCED BY SPECIAL REQUEST
NOW BEING OFFEIRED FOR THE 31ST SEASON IN LONDON, ENG.
Nights -50,75c, $1, Mats. 'lhursda.5c-5Oc
Each 'Attraction Begins on Monday and Closes on Sunday
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Annual May Festival
HILL AUDITORIUM-ANN ARBOR
FOUR DAYS - May 16, 17, 185 19 -SIX CONCERTS

Thirtieth

SOLOISTS

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GIUSEPPE DANISE, Baritone
METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY
BENIAMINO GIGLI, Tenor
MEVPTROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY
JEANNE GORDON, Contralto'
METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY
SUZANNE KEENER; Soprano
ME~TROPOLITAN OPERA, COMPANY
FLORENCE MACBETH, Soprano
CHICAGO OPERA ASSOCIATION
CHARLES MARSHALL, Tenor
CHICAGO OPERA ASSOCIATION

ERNA RUBINSTEIN, Violinist
A DItSTINGUISHED ARTIST
ERNEST SCHELLING, Pianist
A RENOWNED VIRTUOSO
HENRI, SCOTT, Bass-Baritone
LATE OF THE METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANI
CLARENCE WHITEHILL, Baritone
METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY

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THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
(350 VOICES),
THE CHILDREN'S CHORUS
(500 VOICES)
THE CHICAGO. SYMPHOINY ORCH-ESTRA
(70 PLAYERS)

CONDUCTORS

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EARL VINCENT MOORE
GEORGE OSCAR BOWEN
FREDERICK STOCK
AND.

The most popular low*-heel
sport shoe ever made
The famous Walk-Over Cubist ini a new spring leather
--Caramel Russia Calf. The rising, generation of
American girlhood demands freedom and ease in smart
footwear. The Walk-Over Cubist best gives what well-
dressed girls want. They will lie it better than ever
this spring in the new leather.

G UTV HLTDistinguished composer-conductor who will come from England
especially to conduct the American premiere of his. "Hymn of Jesus"
which will be sung by the Choral. Union at the Thusday. Evening
Concert.

COURSE TICKETS

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$5, 5.50,b$6,$7
(If "Festival Coupon" from Choral, Union is returned, deduct $3.00)
1. Subscribers of record to "Patrons Tickets" may secure old loca.
this If order reaches office on or before march 3.
2. Orders from other subscribers will, be filed, and filled lit order of
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31. All tickets will be mailed out by ordinary mail at patran's risk
(unless additional fee of 14 cents for registration' accompanies
orders), about April-1.
4. Please write plainly and briefly and make remittance payable to
Charles A. Sink, Secretary, University_ School of Music,' Ann
Arbor, Mlichilgan.

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