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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

V Iarl-nle Clemens' Sixth Recital
Rad'ical in its trend and composition.
inas much as the songs ung by Mad-!
nine Clara Clemens in the sixth reit-
al of her hitoric song cycle last night;
tin PattengilH auditorium were the er-
tions of the modern lyric writers,
nstill this conert 'was well liked and
proved one of, the most poular ,to
date. Madame Clemens was in line
voicei-and that charm and daintiness
~ whih9is9o charaterstic of the noted
soprano were In fll evidence in this
recita. _Mss"Edith .Mannebach ren-
-. dered admirable piano acgompani-
* ments.
The sixth, program embodied' the
-compositions which sought to revolu-
tionize the standard forms of the age'
V worn song, and also contained the
' compositions of ;several American,
amfong whomu Heratio Parker enjoys
the greatest popularity. Two if his'
┬░ songs, '"d e is a Sickness", and "The
-Lark Now 'Leaves His Watery est"
were the' last numbers on the pro-
gram. They were both exquisitely*
done.' In fact, too much cannot be
s said f'or the brilliance and true rendi-
- ion of lyris in the last group. Bd-
ward Elgar, most noteworthy of allt
s:'Irl nklish miasters, was represented
byis cmposition ""Sea Slumber-
song". Mrs. H. H. A. Beach, whose {
~creation ".The Years At The Spring", .
with all of its dainty trappings, proves
that she holds, a high place among
;the women composers.
Claude Debussy, "the father of fi-1
- turistic music" a style adopted more
or less by all modern composers, was
heard to advantage when his coim-
positions monopolized the entir first;
groups. Ravel, Chausson, Rger,,
VSchonberg,n and . Pfitzner were the
other omposers whose creations wecre
on the prgram.
..-Madame Clemens will conclude the
cycle with her seventh recital Wed-{
nesday evening. 1-1E.
REAL ESTAT WORK.
: OENSTO RAODATS
Guy :W Bllof the Ellis real es-
is tate company of Detroit, will be in
the office .of the Dean of Students
from s to 12"and from 1:30 to 5 '-
lock tomorrow ~or the purpose of
Sinterviewing students desrous of
workt in ithis line 'during the summer
vacation. g
it The work of the men, according to
a letter received by Dean Bursley, is
to find prospective purchasers and
A then. a tupeintenaent will go with
they .t~hwMeproperty and to .
t closethe deat heir work will not
Include the a{ uIta selling of any pro-
perty.
To Decorate Clemets Library Grounds
Work in planting shrubbery around
j, the new Clements library will be1
P started at once by the buildings andl
i; grounds department, It was ' an- I
nonced yesterdiay afternoon. Pitlin
aiad Mtt, Cleveland landscape design-
f ' ers, originated the gchene thats being
i ; followed in~ the planting of, the shrub-
i "ber.
Remiember "dJimie, the adtaker's"
nmbe-GO-Av.
PIANO TUNIN G
# Shioalof.Muse Tuner I
PHONE 3(1 ii
' fiiektt 41 1, Dvitoo L.

y'1 Youngest News From The Other Colleges
Quaker Graduate"
Twia-The custom or hypnotizing a not to shave until they had won a.
student to illustrate the lecture onl : game. r
hypnosis in the department of pschol- YleTe aerastntcC-
Icause of the danger involved. The pro-j ter B 1oat trip will be inaugurated as
zY fLessor, 'who is an authority on the an annual institution this summer
~ phenomena graphically explained the when 50 undergraduates willI work
. process which must be gone through. their, ways to Europe and b~ack. There
-~1 will be three boats leaving Baltimore
y ;r Illinois-By the passing of the uni- at intervals of two weeks after the#
versity's $20,500,000 appropriation close of college. Each man taking a#
1 ilwithout an adverse vote the uni- psto ntesiswl aet
} y : Eversity iti assured of the execution care for 33 cattle. Free second class
of the vast building program which passage for the return trip will be
iscnepae.Thx u euse given.
i by the president cnepltd.of T the uni mversity was
materially increased by the' vot3 of '4i1nnesoIt -The consular trainingI
the house and later was ratified by! course given here under the politi-
fthe senate and the governor. cal science department is considered
- one of the most efficient ones given

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in this country. The department hasI
only been founded for four ye.ars but
noldin thlit time has built up an enviable
relputation. Many foreign students are
enoldin the }course.
1110.0110atl Cai ompetitin ThreAtelne(
Paris~, May 6.-(By A.P.)-By par-
ticipating in the international students
athletic meet being held here Charle~s
Paddock, the American sprinter has
created. a delicate situation in the
International athletics threatening of
the elimination of some of American's
and France's best talented athletes
from competition in next year's OJlym-
Pic games.4
Earn ExtraCredits
on Cool Lake Shore
The change and recreation so necessary to. everyone are
ucational advancement. Boating, swimming tennis,
coneerts, dramatic performances, inspiring lectures,
etc., are here available
SUMMEk I ON LAKF
SESSION a sMICHIGAN
Organized excursions to industrial, financial and art
centers of Chicasgo. Courses covering full year's work
in General Chemistry, Physics or Zoology, for students
interested in Mfedicine, Dentistry or Engineering.
Summiier Sessioni opeiu .Jiie 2,i11
anid includes:
C~raciuate :5enooi Law tociool
College of Liberal Arts School of Music
5".hool of Commerce School of Speech
tkhool of Education School of Journalism
f l h curso& f NirW STERN UNIO T
and educational.'.
Name s
{ Fail Addr~ess(_____________________
Ad16dress WALrtR DILL Scorr, Prerides*
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

Daily

Origin ,Landreth j
Orian, Landreth, who is to graduate
from Friends univerisity, NWchita, Kamn.,
thi, spring will be the youngest per-
son ever tco receive a diploma from the
Quaker school. Landreth is '18. 'ie
entered the university four years ago
after graduating from Macksvil le j
Kan., high school with honors.

New York - According to the
" ) ttesmen's Year Book" there are'
more thlan 300,000 students in the col-f
leges and universities of this coun-
try. This is practically three times
the number, enrolled in the year 1900
andl more than twice that in 1910.
Wiseoflsin --.ly a recent question-
naire survey taken among the co-eds
here the sentiment is shown to be
in favor of co-education. Four fifths
of the questionaires expressed the be-
lief that a girl receives a better edu-
cation in a co-educational school thanf
elsewhere.#
listealyswtanpd fwith van-c
her islitralostwanpdfoundhoffic
itycaeswhich have been picked up.
It is 'said ha they are less likely to
be reclaimed than any other khmd of

Arnold Johnson's %Irchestr
2414 .2Sweet Lovin'? Mawa"
'f~iss Me"
Two Lilting Fox Trots
Arnold Johnson's Orchestra makes records exclusively
for Brunswick, because like other noted dance orchestras
they found Brunswick Records truest, clearest and most
perfect in their interpretations. You'll like these two
sparkling dance records. 'Full of bouncing rhythm and
yielding melody. You'll want to dance to their rol-
licking syncopation.
Something new every day
You can get new Brunswick Records every day.
No waiting, Go to any Brunswick dealer
and ask to have the new records played for you.
Brunswick Records-can be played on any pbono-
graph but they are best on The Brunswick.

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will agree to that a.fter you
try one.
Beautiful lustre-true color
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W ork.Dl ayed1, On lost articles.
New Dance flai ('i einali-Men students here have
recently inaugurated a new custom.
Work on Granger's Dancing acade- A. number of them have agreed to
my, nowv being built on Huron street'aIppear on the campus with shaved
!west of ;State, has been delayed duie heads in, order to escape the wiles of
to lack in material, so that the hall the co-eds. During the football sea-
twill not'1)e complete until f,.l' Ison the members of the team agreed
The building will be a. 1arg' onc<.
covering a lot 80, by 200 feet. Tht ,
dance floor occupies most of the arc.
and will accommodate more tlu'o r
Icouples. There will. be (ies~iag 4
rooms as well as ao spectator's bal-
cony on the second floor. Offices and,
check rooms will occupy the front!
01th frt lor Wherever you are, home,
C Ted Rhodes Orchestra will enter-Thrn hwv

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