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April 03, 1923 - Image 2

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YARD PRIiE News FromTheOther Colleges 1MUI AN
Outof16 vteU9SxICTTOANDq
A9PU ,RC NTEST wionhi-Geho terms 1,erself thle treshmen at the university a few M U IA N
U'" "'~~ proinen stiet> prsedl tha f;reshman's p)reference forH
,rappers among th(coftmennl Crti ied the adw'0 1 soe rit-v letter to a P'hi Beta Kappa , ie~~ ecn eia
1: y." lt wastalso discovered that the Mn.Cees eodRetl
ty of the University students. She alleges that cluis have av terage fr'eshyman corresponds with . damne Clara Clemens, who opened'
ze phtgahcon- i rbeen ,>>l-37gil;. her historic song cycle last :Monday,
photgrah frme thre iththe bjet o aproxma~y gr~.will give the second concert in her
!neti by "The Mvichbi exterminating co eds . "Such things series at 8 o'clock tonight in Fatten-
reday. An award of night happeni at Cor nell ar Michigan tOL'.o Sta,(-Every student who eni- gill auditorium. Her program will
for the photograph ' but never, until now, could I have be- tered the 'university at the beginning embrace 21 songs of the classical per-
e best and is of th~e; Iived that tb -'y could occur at Ais- C the Present semester must tale the iod, mhostly by the predecessors of
nterest. cons," she is credited w«ith: having so-called "University Intelligence Schubert.
11 be conducted un- said.9l e~zt" during the coming week.- Ther lepoamiasflws
,rtries may be mail- C.eults of these tests are filed for ref-'! heprgrm ia los.
editor at the Optic, Piliuceton-A v. No<.e was tke among cl ence if the students; grades later PchWIt dlfusmrce-
Judges in the con- ~~~~c-me under the scrutiny of the dlean. Bc-i~tdidi -usmrshn
ditors of the Optic. --Bc-omsusr'o
bmitted must be of BOosts ~' ctioo ' T,71w,- Pit1ching qluolts '?as been in- -luck-O del mio dolce ardor
bough the 'size will r sd n trc. ucedi at the University of Texas, Handel-Whe're 'er You Walk
lo with the decision a v, e ' ;to satisfy a demandl of the farmlers for ;Lully--Fermrez-voius ,mes Yet)x-
,n explanation must a game. that they kno . RomIeaut-Lie Berger fidele

tra in its last concert of the present
season, Sunday, was greeted by the
largest audience of the year.G
Albert Lockwood, piano soloist, cap-
tivated his audience with a remnark-
able rendition of Beethoven's Con cer-;
to in E flat, Opus 73, known as the
"Flmperor." To say that the number,
was enjoyed is putting it mildly. It
is quite. regretable that a pianist of
Mr. Lockwood's talent is heard but
once a year with the symphony or-
chestra.
Lugini's "Ballet Egyptienne" open-
ed the program. In its original form,
and prayed' by a well-rounded orches-
tra, it proved delightful. The other
contributions of the orchestra was in
the form of several Bach melodies or-!
chestrated by ,Albert Lockwood. Mar-
ian Struble played ~a beautiful ariaj
!which was revised for the. violin. A
"Bourree" for trumpets, and a clar-
inet solo completed this group.
H.E.

in the Natural Science auditorium,. Find that los
Dr. Jennings will give two otherj sifted column.-
lectures during his stay at the Uni-
versity, intended prinmarily for ad- Patronize Da
vanced, students but to which all in-
terested are invited. The subjects of J
these talks will be "Crossing-ov'er" 'liiet ,i
and "Genetic Problems in. Protozoa". hiae. il
They will be delivered at 4:150 o'clockc .iioso l
tomnorr~ow and Thursday afternoons, tousrsj. Intefllg
respectively, In _room 214 of the Nat- y es, visages, et,
ural Science building. fE.' ERI:I

Hansonic Temple to Open'uNext. Fatll
Latest reports from the contractors
are that the new MJasonic temple,
located on Foiirth avenue between;
William~j and Liberty streets, will be
ready for occupation next fall. The
building will cost $250,000..

Near State adP

ish, t!
to d
;ach p

1

print. As many pic-

shed can be submitted b)y
.All pictures turned in
miatically the property of

udents Tread
Mites On Camrapuzs
fthie Students of the UIniversity
ry day -walked on the equator, in-
14 of to and from classes, one pro-
ling from where anothr stopped,I
line would stretch around the'
.d three times, and a little over,
v.
ii, the campus yesterday 15stu-
ts. chosen at random, were asked
estimate their daily mileage, and
average was found to be about
iles3. There are 11.,120 students
e, makting a total of over 77,000
es. It is only 25,000 miles around
world.
orne, who are on the wrong side
he campurs for their classes, arriv-j
at a~ total of 10 or 12 miles, while
who lives nearby gave an esti-
e of ~ Or as he put it, "1 mile
the level and 2 up and dowxn
ir" O of those in the outskirts
ored thie resumption of bicycle rid-
as a means of cutting dowvn the
rt required.
Vant to sell that used car? Call
-Adv.
$HUERT JPo.Mits Tues.,
ICHIGAN Thurs. and Sat.,
Night.g, 50.75-S .00
FAREWELL WEEK
t Performance Sun. T'ight, Apr . 8,
The
in the A. A. Milne Comecdy
"itR. P11 PASSES BY"
,PECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION
By Xeifne(li IRaisbi eck
We. ntl.- 50c to $.5 1
"It I" To I'aug11"
W11ti GRANT M VITCIUMLLand
, TH i; PFOPE tis summer. Young
n'., Group for UniversIty students
young men from It, to 24 years; op-
,(unityto see Europe thoroughly with
g-enial companions of your own
personally conducted tour; cap-
e leadership; moderate cost. S'p'ite
descripf, vee folder.
N EVILI- 1i . BTLLITT

C Wa --Freshiman girls o h ci rn-hr the bee sucks.
' 'i 4yarithecii u'sLae-
.~ versi ty are gr anted dates according to 1PrelD~osLmn
A- ~scolr-ship. One date a vicek is grant-1 Durante-D)auza, dlauza
l ~edon an average of p4 er cent, two iCesti-Into rmo all' idol mio ,
-. ~:->-:-.. ~ ~ a eekfor 92 per cent. No Paradies-Ariette
rprovision has, been made yet for a III
NA o ~ ya and twice on Sunday. Haydn--Schiaferlied
.~ ~-. ...-..Haydn-Die Seejungfer
~ rt V' _ Th:e caim pus here w;ill soon Mozart-Trennungslied
Ybie e rac firy.alice sized bronze bear, Mczr ~e~id
thetraitinalemlemof row spr-Beethoven-Won ne der Wehmut
Itwhch s o . e etedbysuberp-Beethoven-Dar Koss
. - ~tion(-If oom the studen lt t oy. The bear! Beethoven-'Die Ehre Gottes and der
whch1i'7 modelled fromlifk, eby E11 atr VI
_ >.. IU3' r ill be c omploeted in time forI Weber -Elfenllie4
th c 1,mnm.,nceim ut .ii June. ;W'dcei'-DaS Veilichen im Tale
k~iii~~z Cete tc 0(,s_,,Apil .4 Ticket's for this recital wdill be on
t v , Due to an error Sunday on the date; sale at the door of the auditorium at
for the closing of the May short story 7 cents each. Course tick ets. which1
__________________________ contest being conducted by Chimes .as J re priced at $2 are obtainable at
aninounced as April 2. The correct W<ahr's, Orali am's and Slitter's book
Doilli m s date for the closing of, the contest ; ,tares. The third concert of which#
Dixon W1illiamns, millionaire wanu:- is April 20. ! Schubert's-, songs will be the principalI
facturer, economic expert a:nd pioliti;.al Stories may be submitted to the feature will occur on Monday evening,
poewer in Tennc- see Demiocra tic ci:- c ontes-t from Which two will be chios - April 16.
Iles, is said to haive plc ded hi sup(n as prize winners. Prtizes of $10
Doprt to W illiamis Gibbs McAdoo inl th1e an )$ are offered. isutries may bo I-S-inipion citii
coming fight for the Demiocratic none- n'ailed to the contest editor of Chimes E aster Sttuay seemed to imbue thel
ination for the presidency. Dixon, who 'at the Union. music lovers of Ann Arbor with a
isfo epi, a )e uest at - ---- -- 'thorough craving for sympihonicmu
isMrmMmhs a en the.McAdoos Los Angcles home.. Patronize Daily advertisers.- -Adly. sic. At any rate the sympuhony orches-j

FORMER FACLYMAN
WILL LECTURE HEREIi
EDr. Herbert Spencer Jennings, 'J;3
professor of zoology at Johns Hopkifls
university, fobrmer member of the
University faculty,, will deliver a pub-
lie lecture under the auspices of the't
zoology department on the subjectj
"Can We Observe Evolution in Prog-
IC res, at S8o'clock tovorrow evening

111. South University Ave.

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f.ollowing points:
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S is so busy supplying everything that the Radio Operator
requires.
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