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7ago Symphony- For
eenth mSuccessive Year

MISSIDIARY TO :SPEAK
kAT UNIVERSITY.SE hcE
REV. MORURS FRATER SECURVDI
TQ GIVE An)bRESS SU~ND)AY
. . JEEMNO
Rev. Morris Frater, for years prom-
inenit'i missionary work among the
f~outh Sea Islannders, will b h
speaker at the .University' servics to
be field in Hill auditorium at 7:30
O'clock Sunday evening. He will ta. k,
on the~ subject, "Among tho, South' Sea
Islanders."
Since graduating from the Uiliver-
~' ity 'of Glasgow, Scotland; Rev. Frat-
1 er has been actively engaged in miis-
sionary work, for the last 22 years
having been in charge of -the,.issio n{
at. New Nebrides. He also served inI
the mission made famous by Dr . JohnC
G. Paton.
George 0Mcar Cowen 'will: be in
charge of the program of music at the
Sunday evening 'services. Robft F.
Adamrs, Jr., '23, president of the S. C. i
IA. Will preside.
S Rev. Frater will also speak to. stu-
Vent volunteers at 7:3.0 'cloec Sat-
urday night in Wesley hal., This ta1l]
will be illustrated with slides.
COM~EDY CUB TO HO aVi 1A~iJ
TRYO1UTS T~N4RROW MORNMI

1923 ENGINEERS
ARRANGE OUTING
1 asebali gam~es, track events, canoe
tilting, and centipede races will fea-
turte the thlird annual outing of the
seniors engineering Tuesday at Bar-
ton Dam. Games will. be played be-
tween1 mechanical and civil engineers
and chiival an~d electrical enlgineers.
At dusk, a supper will be served with
music by the3 R. 0. T. C. and sopho-
more bands. Se'veral speeches and
stories will complete the program.
Tickets for the outing' are on sale
in the corridors of the engineering
building. Trackis will leave the: en-
gineering a'rch at 5 and 5:30 o'clock
Tuesday afternooni. J~. B. Vlack, '23E,
is chairman lW, charge of thie trip:
MERtN-ERM1'24 AD
INiT EMAI tS IID

ANHNUALINSPECTION
Final review of the It. 0. T. C. unit
in preparation for' the yearly in spec-
tion by Major General Harry C. Hale,
commander of the sixth corps area, on
May 9, was held ye sterday afternoon
before the p~ost officers and Major
Mark L. Ireland.
'According to word received by Ma-l
jor Robert Arthur, head of the niill-
tary science department, General Hale
accompanied by his; chief of staff, .Col-
onel Caldwell will arrive in Ann Ar-,
bor Wednesday morning from Detroit,
and will review the six cornpanies Of
the R. 0.F T. C. at 2:45 that afternoon
at South Ferry field. The review and
inspection will bie open to the pub-
lic.
In the evening a banquet will 'be0

given in General Hale's honor by the1
Chamber of Commerce and the Armny
and Navy club at the Chamber of Com-
merce buld,-ing. it is possible that
Colonel Wallace, head of the National,
Gurard of Michigan and Major Cowley,
coi-mnander of the M. A. C. J.. 0. T. C.
unit w-ill be present at the bancluet.I
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William H'. Merner, '24, was 'api-
pointed asistant director of intra-
mural' Athletics for 19 23-24~ by Ebnffer
Athletics, yesterday afternoon~.
IMerner has 'worked as tryout, as-
1isat mniager and as Intr~amiural
Imaniager for the past yeair. It is, the
first time in' the history of the de-
partmnit 'tha~t a Junior has eves' held
the mnaiager's job. The assistant 'di-
.rector job carries a salary with it.
"'Read the W ant Ads
GARRICK vd, 5c to'5.x
JOS. 31. GATES Presents
The Sky High uSimlal Comedy
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'With' joy I'm almost bursting,
Guess the reason if you can-
It's because I heard my mother
Call the Connor Ice Cream man!

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Frederick A. Stack

Loe famous conductor of the Chi-j
o Symphony orchestr'a, Frederick
'ockc, Will again bring hlis organii-
on of distinguished musicians to
iArbor. for the May Festival, be-
given from May 16 to 19 in Hill1
itoriumi under the auspices of thel

University Musical society. Mr. Stock
kand his orchestra- have =appeared an-
nually in the Festival concerts since
1905. Hie will conduct e'ver'y concert
except the one on Thursday e'vening
when Gustav Holst, the British com-
poser, will conduct the American pre--
nliere ,of his "Hymn of 'Jesuis'!,

Com~edy 'club will hold- its spring
tryou~ts from 9 to 12 o'clock tomorrow
miorning in the auditorium' of New-1
berr'y hall. Several new memhbers will
be clhosen to fill. the places. that will
be 'left vacant by 'graduation..
Tryouts are requested to bring
something with which they are famil'-
iar? with them 'to read. Members 'of
Comedy club will act' as judges..
It's true efficiency to use Daily
CIs ~siefieds-Ad*.

ICE ~EA M

IEUSIC AND
MUSICIANS
Vatin~ee Musicale, undler ',d ose au-
ces Maclame Clara Clemens is giv-
her cycle illustrating the histor-
deveolopment of Song, announces
,it the sixth concer'L oZ the series
i be given at 4 o'clock noaxt Mo.-
y' evening in Pattengill audtitoriump
cI that the seventh concert, conclud-
thip cycle, will take place at l he
ne hour Wednesday evening. It
s been custoinary to give these re-
als a week apart, but Madam e Cle-
ns has consented to the new ar-
'gement to avoid conflicting with
eMay Festival and other niusical
ents scheduled for the week a ft:er

IYETROIT AL~I )Ni G AYTER1 FOR
ILAST LUNCHIEOIN OF SItASON
Members of the University of Mich-
igann club of D'etroit, gave their last
ltuncheon of the season yesterday
n xoon at tie 'Tuller hotel. A business
mneeting 'and election of ofl'icers for'
th1e coming year followed the lunch-
eon._

INEXT IEER--CHtAUCEY OLCUOTT

Co n'os goodness is niot due to flavor alone --- or
to smnooth texture - or to satisfying richness.
It is all these, and the freshness resulting from whole-
some rya%. i"facture,. that make 'Connor's inimitable.

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RASP.BERR PY
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t a1 e plac:e May 12.

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There is only one
Connor's Ice Creamn
-to be sure you get
it Say, "CONNoR'S"

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old gentleman as he finished

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his 35c .Lunch at thte

Phe sixth concert will carry patrons
he cycle into the field of the "etern-
dissonance," being composed en-'
ely of modern songs by Dehussey,
vel, Chausson, 'Reger, Schonborg,
Izuer, Elgar, Bridge, Carpenter,
ach, .Mason and Parker. The last
vital is devoted principally to th~e
y beautiful songs of Hu1go Wolf,j
2hard Strauss a'nd Gustav Mlahier,
d also includes an Italian and Span-
group by Driogi, Respighi;' Fern- I
dez and Pedrell. 'Aitli the 410. songs,.
Juded., in these programs, _Madamei
mens will' have comlpleted her cy-j
of mare than 150 songs iiI fu
guages and have exeinplified theI
of song writing frog 11its primitive
,ption down-i to the pre.sent , cdayr
Coa.issiens to the flnal Jcncrtsl: will]
sold at I> ~:~~lat ~ila -

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