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Newvs From The~ Other Colleges
M .----_Do You Know.'
sity, formed for the purpose of en-;tmen students here. Thirty girls What are the literary societiesan
- ~ t i i - Iiiitc f m rtx f ind c~ f r tf l a tn l rr roSn _t a_ a, , I

- tertaiILI1IviitI.1~ingtaiiis ThLe firi s it; atedCutl astweeW~k and aRnther
dvrees Sy stniof Elec f(tinslun society of thixs type was formed not; group expects to start this week. Thej
1nmcreases lumber of Rte. long ago at Dartmouth, "The Green'girls are required to be in good con-:
qtuired hours hKey"'.' dition and to observe strict training;
--- rules before going on the "hike.
R SE IN PJIA;R,1ACEITI(CAL I Cncinnati -A faculty examination
A D.1I1lISTRATIQ;' IS ADDED was recently held by the University Harvard-An attempt has been made
Nows which acording to. a headline; repeatedly to break up the ice on the
ny changes, entirely new in the in that paper, revealed "woeful ignor- Charles, river by the crew manage-
of pharmacy, have been adopted aince". A few of the questions asked went in order that the varsity crew
e College of Pharmacy here, and were: "What is implied by 'the snake's may begin their spring outdoor prac-1
approv~ed by th~e Board of Re- hips?' " "WhIat is a 'finale' hopper?' " tice. A battering ram in the shape of
at their last meeting. "Describe a permanent wave." Some a plough was used to try to break'
June 1921 a committee was au- of the an.,iwers.. to the first question up the layer of ice which was over
ed to be appointed to investi- were: "A serpent's waist;" "a prere- one and one halt inches thick in the
he matter of specialization with- quisite for modern dancing," "the river.,
pharmacy cour'se. In October vapshute.
llowing committee was chosen: IOhio-Agitation for a change in the
mn, C..: C. Glover, secretary oif; artiuoulh-itJobs on fattle boats examination plan has been started by,
)fllege of Pharmacy; Wa J. Mac-' sailing from :Montreal to England will the Messtdncociwhnhy
f tn'e collegetofounhirmwhenProf.
thacolene ofthrch y;isrof. be supplied to Dartmouth students. introduced a resolution to the faculty
lent; Prof. It. W. Emerson, of wlho wish to go to Europe this' sum- committee'requesting a change in the
bacteriology department; an ti mer. The positions are secured present system. At the present time'
C. S. Schoepfle, of the chemistry through the University 'travel club. several final examinations are given
tment, each day during the period in addi-
Lmen. /tion to the regular work. The reso-
plans and changes in their re- 1&1-111d Stznford. Students of Le- lution suggests a return to the for-
included a three year curricu- ! land Stanford and California univer- }e lno aigawe e sd
for retail pharmacists and a csities ar'e carrying on ,a fight to thefothfias
year curriculae for the different finishi to oust women from their.___
s of specialists. The required schools. A few of the charges made Calforniat-Cards have been signed
wo years of both these courses against the women are: that they are °by members of the senior class guar-
lie same. In their third year bankrupting their families to main-'aten hi ttnac tftr
ats are allowed many elections, tain themselves in style, having no in- 'class meetings, as an example to the
at they may become specialists! terest in self-supporting students,reanroftecmu.Avy
xticular fields of endeavor inp- comsing to college to seek eligiblesmlprentgofhe ebrsf
of narrow pharmacists. At thQ young men, and distracting the menj the different classes have been at-
time the required number hours f'rom1 their studies with social: life, tedn te.etns
'aduation was increased in both!J The women claim that they are excell -___________________
s : from, 93 to 94 in the three ing the men scholastically and thatj
=urse and from 124 to 125 in the the recent attacks come as a result
year course. of jealousy on the part of the men.
r completing the two required.Ad
the student may specialize in Couii-h ote lbhr
diferet goup. Tereare to,.!h'as arranged for a course in 'prac- Avy
niy electives within these groupsI tical politics which wvill be given by
will allow the pharmacist to; some of the foremost politicians of
he work lie is interested in and New Fork state. The Tammany dist-chn
e efficient in that line. The firstrctearndhimaofheD -
of the third year elections in-; ocratic party of the state will be the and
general, analytical and manui- ; two first speakers,
ng pharmacy and is for menl' --stl
g to go ilato the retail business ________________
"o large man ifacturing plants. _ i
3cond group is for laboratory: TO DLO-ANDY ARBOR BUS
hecal technicians and will pre-; Cars leave, for Toledo 7:10) A..". ,
hem for work in laboratories: 2 P. ll. andi 1P. M. ECcett Sun-
pitals. An innovation in the field da y. Sundays at 8:00, 11:.00 and
,racy is a course for students ,8 :30.
-ing for phariniceutical admin-
an. This~ corresponds to a busi-: Saki at th*better stdr.
dministration course with aWNDWSHf SIand shops
ound of practical pharmacy. Poel lendD%. IKf O
E-Don't miss thme dance, at flex-I ONE DAY SERVICE CW08# O
F'riday, April 20. Seven U. of H. S. COLLINS ; ZIAO NE O~ AI
zz experts will furnish the mu- 1100 E. Ph1one
Also other attractions. Adv. Liberty St. 2?53

wnat do thnydco?
=jWhen was the Comedy club or-
What are i~he DoDo's?
In its work,' the college of, Engi-
'ineering 'makes use of the physical,
chemical, mechanical, physical test-
l ing, highway:, electrical, marine and
aeronautical, engineering research,
;'archaeology, ethinology, mineralogy,
geology, paleontology, larid zoology
laboratories. This makes a total of
'14 laboratories. In addition to these
the astronomical' obseratory, the
shops, camp Davis, Alex Dow flume,
the sanitary experiment station, and
libraries are utilized. The college oc-
cupies seven buildings on the campus
'entirely or in part and a portion of
the new Chemistry building is given
over to its work.
SUniversity Hall wras erected in three
parts at different times. The north
*wing was completed in 1841., This was
named Mason Ball in :1843 in honor
of- the lon. Stevens T.' Mason, first
governor of the state. This wing con-
tamned bedrooms, a chapel, library,
museum, and recitation' rooms. The
south wing. was built in 1849., This
contained dormitories, recitation
rooms and rooms for- two literaryi so-
c'ieties. In 1857 all. dormitories were
removed. The main portion, filling
the space between the two win~:y was

1Idedicated(- in IS7.". The orig-inal domne
Iwsrepla:ced by the lhresent oc ein
19'3 t first this buildinig housed the
entire department of _Literature, Sci1-
onuce and the Arts excepting the chiein-
ica liaboiratory. It nowv contains the-
Ioffices of the President, business of-!
ices of the secretary and treasurer,
- offices of the Dean of Students, Reg-1
istrar, Deans of the graduate school,,
summer session, and Director of the
JUniversity, Extension service. There
aer also recitation rooms, rooms of the
! literary societies, and an audience.
lUnder the University Musical soci-
ety is th-e school of music. The school
of Music supports the University Sym-
phony orchestra, and the Choral Union.
The orchestra is composed of about.
sixty members of the school of Music.
It is under the directorship of the head
of the Violin department. The Choral
EUnion is a organization ^made up ofII
students .andl other, under the direr~
tioy. of the professor of Music in the
University. It is one of the largest
student musical organizations in the
world. The orchestra gives public
concerts throughout the year while the
Choral Union plays a part in the serv-
I ices of the May festival. -
IIIf that check didn't come, let "jim.
mie", sell something for you to tide
You over.---Adv.
., ................ s ."" .i.. .u~ %."
Stilts with extra Trousers r
N o. So. Stante Si.

7-eBestBusiness C
Is what every ambitious sc
thinking about at the preser
Life insurance is one of the b
of the most desirable, and ont
most satisfactory as -a pcrr
In assets and. volume of t
life "insurance, is one of the thz
ing businesses of this coun#-ry,
field is comparatively under-de
Only 7 per cent of the econon
of human life in the Unit ed
covered by insurance. This
idea. of the big field still to be
especially business insurance:,,
and corporations.
As to remuneration : Re]
college graduates who have
business, indicate that life insu.
at, the, very top" as a source of
Now is thie time for you. toc
what you are going to do after
ation. If you' are ambitious a
ing to work hard and are in
to know about life insurance,
Agency Department
Largest Fiduciary Institution'in New Engl
1 .

enior is
nt time.
best, one
to of the
kree lead-
7, yret the
nic value
States is
gives an
for firms
,ports of
arance is
r gradu-
and will-

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jvedneslay, Nay 16, 5:00 P1. X.
ileniainuliio Ggli, Tenor
Thie Vniversity Choral Union
Chlcab'o :SYIipIIony Orchestra
Frederick Stock, Conductor
Mtarch, from "The Queen of
Sheba ..........Golimark
Aria, "Cielo e mar" from
"La Gioconda"..... Ponchiell i
Symphony in D minor. .Franckc
Aria trom "L'R oi d'Yis" ... Lalo
Oriental Suite, "Beni Mora,"
Opus 29, No. 1:.......-os
Aria, "M1'appari"from
Chorale, "Awake," and Choral
Finale, from
"Die AMeistersinger... . Wggner

I xid&y, -May 18, 2.-341 IP. A.
Suzxanne Keener, 'So.prano
Arilmr 1raff, Tenor
Mrs. dGeorge B. Rhead, Pianist
Children,' Fe,411val .('hortis~
Anthony J. Wimtittire, Violinist
George, Oscar Boweni, Conduct or
A Prayer ....... ..Beethoven
The Linden Tree...... Schubert
Aria, "Ah noon of my delight"
. .:........Lehmlann
Neatest and Dearest
A Streamlet Full of Flowers
.. . .Caracciolo
XWanderer*,.s Night Song,
Voc~e dx Primlavera-Waltz.
Ave Maria............. Luzzi
Agnus Dei...... ..... .Bizet
The Night Wind....... Farley
There are Fairies at t he Bottom
of our Garden. ..Lehmann
The False Prophet....... Scott
Selections from "Hansel
and Gretel"..... umperdinck

Saturdaly, Hay 1.9, 2 :30 P. -I.
Ernest, Scelhing, Pianist
('hicago Symphony Orchestra
F'ederick Stack, Conductor
Prelude to "Lorel~y".. Br. uch
Symphony No. ' (Rhenish) in F
Flat, Opus 97...... Schumann
JLehhaft; Scherzo (sear nmassig) ;
Nicht schunell ; +ecie rlich; Le-
(Transcribed for modern orebes-
hra by Mr. Frederick Stock)
Fantastic Suite, for Piano and
Orchestra .........Schelling
Allegro mnarziale; M1olto vivace;
Intermezzo; Virginia Reel.


BEMxAMINO GIA 1, -- Tenor FLOrNCE MACBETh - - Soprano
Metropolitan Opera Company Chicago Opera Association
31ABEIJLE ADDISO N - - - ' Contralto .. RNM1ST. SCHEILLIXG - - -r Pianist
'D istinguished American Artist A Master Virtuoso.
ERNA RUBINSTEIN - - - Violinist JIEANN.E GORDOON- - - - Contralto
Ilungarian Violinist Metropolitan Opera 'Compainy
A Splendid American Singer Chicago Opera AssoQiation .
Vetropo'litan Opera Company Metropolitan Opera Company
GHTSEPPE 1)ANISE - - - Baritone 'IENRI SCOTT "- - -_ - Bass-Baritone
Metropolitan Opera Conipany Metropoliton Opera Company
GUSTAV HIOLST (Guest Conductor)
Eiminent,,British Compos'er-Conductor
Conductor Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Conductor University Choral Union
Conductor Children's Festival Chorus
350 Singers i"a
70 Players'
500 Singers










Thursdaty, -May 17, 8:00 1P. _l.
Itabelle Addison, Contralto
Urna Rubinsteint, Violinist
Tihe University Choral Union
C'licago Symphony Orcbestra
llrs. George B. Riheid,, Pianist
31r. Eric Delammrter, Organist
Ctustav Hoist, E.Irl V.:Moore and
F'redrick Stock Conductors
Choral and Fugue. . fach-Abert
Three selections from M-ass,
Bminor ..............aH,1,?
"Hymn of Jesus"..... Ist

l 1' dais, :say 18, S :00 1.31.
Floc --WP I)1n'Betfh, Soprano
Gi* (iuelpe a Mise, Baritone
Tlhe U ii versity Choral Un Ion
('Iileu o Symphiony Orchestra
Frederick SQtock, Con ductor
Prelude to "Die Koenigskinder"
Credo fromh "Otello"......Verdi
Dance Poem "Le Peri". .. Dukas
"Cha rmig Bird" from.."'The
ea rl of Brazil"......... David
Romanza from "William Tell"
suite fromn Opera ".The Perfect
Fool.. ..... ......... t.olst:
Dell Song from "Lakine"
....... Delibes

Saturday, May 13, 8:4))'. 3M.
Saison ahd IDelilih . Saint-Satins

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Samson ...... Charles Marshall
Delilah .........Jeanne Gordon
I uglh Priest. . .Clarence tWhithill
An~ Old Hebrew 1~ ct
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