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THE MICHIGAN DAILY'

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Ana e mnobile" from
snng tw. as an en-
nnmb a", "M'Appari"
eloved of all 'Italian
audiences, was fol-
rt Caruso a, ia, "YVes-
)m "1'^ag i i whit h
wice. }sere he sur-
Drevico : effrts and
early a:~proached tiro
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FlNAL VREPARATION\S AADF da1ToDpe a call for the Varsity immediately fol-
FOR CAP vI~llT (C1'REXCNI -E DoTodowing Saturday's game.
W4in Gar Game It is conceeded that the gargoyle
(Continued from Page One) ___ has a few half ,cast players, although
letters for two years in one Varsity I as yet they have not shown them-
short. (Continued from Page One) selv es capable of opposing the strong
After the singing of "Varsity" Ross Saturday. It is the aim of the dark Daily aggregation: Scouf~s from the
A. Mc~arlard, '23, will talk as the compliected youth to hold down theI sport staff of The Daily will secretly
student representative for the occas- .ob attfrtbs n osaealt end the,. practice of the grol
iobn. "The Victors" andth "YellorTb tfrtbsar.t cr:alte crew this aftrnoon in Sleepy 14ollow
th le"wl te e' aroyenunerbwoyigttccdet-and will report accurately on the con-
entir Bluerill ten byesngbynedyrah.htvcniy ihtn odition of the gargoyle's crew in to-
en~Ae gtheingled y te bnd. it is announced, will dispose of his
Signifying the closing of another sehi r u eoeh ostegrbi morrow's paper.
Cap -Night "Where Oh Where" will be of the~ ball player.
sung, each class giving its ow=n respec- Rerthsbenepe'd vrte~I AL EXAM.1 SCI{EDIJLES FOR
tive verse. The freshnfei pall bear- lsofobroslgigutedrI LITS AND, '_%-INERSOUT
ers wil thn cme orwrd iththebut his place will be filled this year
class casket which' will be burnt in the 'by Walt Scherer, who has gained a (Continued frdxm Page One)
blaze, the snake dance will then form, rptto nteps erfrhr
ethe freshmen filing past the fire and reuaini1h atya o ad8 to 12; at 3, Wedniesday, June 1.3,
thrwig i teirpos.pounding and fast. running, Favrot, 1 8 to x1..
e mso theowing in ttecounoil, who journeyed to his hom e in Louis-i Classes meeting for the first time
SphwillaactTranagto,*behwithitheabig league temson Tuesday: At 8, Monday, June 11,
asphixandTnls, whol ee a in their spring training, will appear'; 8 to, 12; at 9, Friday, June 8, 2 to 6;
gyas iiat6wl45metoa mor n in left garden, and will appear alsoiIat 1, Tuesday, June 5, 2 to 6; at 11,
Thevistin trck en nd ighscholat the plate following each. heavy Wednesday, June 6, 8 to 12; at I1,
editors are invited to attend the Cap clout from his mighty stick. ITuesday, June 12, 8 to 12; at 2, Sat-
Ndigt ceremonie.'Ed Conlin; tall athlete who last year 1 urday, June 9, 2 to 6; at 3, Tuesday,
________________distinguished. himself and won the qua June 12, 2 to 6.
de gwa for bravery on- the field of ac- ISpecial class examinations: Shop 2,
Gtorrecitin tioni, will probably hold down the key- 13, 4, (all sections), Wednesday, June
It was incorrectly announced in yes-; stone sacra, Already spotted by Coach G,.-2 to 6, E. M. 1, 2; C. E. 2; Draw-
terday's Daily that the Upi versity! Fisher, it is expected that E~d will get ing 2, (all sections), Monday, June 4,
Senate has restricted the use otokeys - _________________________
to University buildings to ,'deans of ________________________________________
colleges ,without department1s., headsI}
Uf ttl* Lr1m~tI.gvntheA liter CUSJ v tL rln

2 to 6; M. E. 3 (all seton)rues-
day, June '5, 8 to 12;E.. 2a (all
sections), Thursday, June 7, 2 to 6;
Sur'veying 2, 4, (all sections), .Satur-
day, June 2, 2 to 6. Students are re-
quested to report all conflicts to Prof.
C. 1J. Love, of the m~athematics de-
partment, immediately.

"Jimmie ' starts work~ early in ' the
morning for you and doesn't stop un -I
til he gets RESULTS. -Adv. f
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At thin cdqte there is nq'hing new
to any about the Chicago orchestr..a
except that last night it seemed to
1)(- -r, . re ricbly musical qual-
ity ;alil a more compnelling char:- than
ever before. In the mnatter of bril--
llancy and precision the orchestra
,vas in superb form and "raggedness"
in execution was almost entirely ab-
en.Every choir performned imipec-
cably, its attack was excelient, ,'its
tone round and full. Mlr. Stock's un-
bounded capacity for extracting beau -
ty from this perfect ensemble aga.in
was a joy to every true music-lover
present.
Frauch S}ynrjbony F, Cfi nx
From a purely musical standpoint,
the climax of the program was the
rendition 'of Ce ar Franck' ;neff< bly
heautiful Symphony in D) minor, one
of the few great symphonic 'works
France has given us. MJr. Stock urin-'
ducted from memory-hris eloquent
tribute to the composer-and gave an
inspired ;reading of thIe score, one
wjhich emphasized not only its sonor- I
ity andl brilliance~ but was devoted to
a clearly articulate exposition of
delicate contrasts, subtle modifica-
11ons of tempo and all the refinemenits
cf authioritative conducting which
are concealed~ from the public.
TVr. Gustav Holst's oriental suite,
"Beni Mora" quickly caught the at-
tentio~n of the audience and' proved to
be a work~ of real interest. M1r. Holst
has many. origin~al ideas in composi-
tion andi he is obviously a mnast.v of.
thje technique of his craft. The "Beal
M4ora" is program music, corristing
of three dances and having bfr itlsl
Fubject the desert of Algeria a:niht
With remarkable fidelity it depicts
these scenes, the urelie ed monot-
omy of the thlird mnovement being es-
pecialily graphic in' its denotemnent of
the Sahara atmosphere. Much ap-
plan se followed the number, and it isj
u~ndeniabl~e that 'Mr. I (olst made a
strong impression.
The Choral Union was heard in the
March from Goldmark;'s "The QueenI
of Sheba"-a flamboyantly colored
piece of kaleidoscopic borjlliance, and,
in the burst of glorious exaltation
with which the concert closed, the
choral finale of "Die Meistersinger." !
The work of the chorus bore witness
to the severe training it has had, be-I
ing markedl by excellent quality of l;
tone and' a precision and finish that
it ha's not always possesed.
Players' lub Elects Offieers
Of fice-rs of Players' club for the
coming year were elected at a meet-
in'g held 'Monday night in wlason hall.
Trhe following were elected:, .presi-
d:ent, Stacy Black, '24 ;vice-president,I
Thoedosia Burton, '24; secretary,
J'une Knisley, '24; treasurer', Ross
Tiaylor, '24.
.o', ra rlnnclub l' itsregu- l
hIar mzeeting last night in Lane. hall. 1
Practice on the freshman songs that
w'l be sung on Cap ight featured
th. meeting.
Patronize The Daily advertisers.

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A New ratterit

WIl'1liam Walcott, famous Bri tish
architectural artist, has som~e wonderi -
ful drawings onr view at the London
galleries but an amusing part of the:
exhibition is that his. name appears
oan none. Each time he submits a work 1
jwith his namie it is refused admiission.
jWhen his name is off the work~s are'
accepted. The reason? That's a mys-
tery. j
INEW YORK MAT REPEAIJ
PRO0I B1TION ACT. SOON
(Conitinued from Page One)
I'shed' and accepted institution
througho.t considerable part of the
U"nion that the nation could not ex-
1st half slave and, half free . That
expression has been accepted ever
since as presenting the 'obvious and
conclusive logic of the situation
which then confronted the Union. F
ICertainly it would have been stillj
more impressive if there had' been at l
that timne a constIittinal pirovision
against slavery as there is now a con-
stitutional p~rovsion against the liq-
uor traffic.

gineering college ; and library alid
museum heads. The statement should
have read that administration of use
of, keys' will be entirely in charg.3 of
1hes officers
_N'ct Rooms for igh School AthletesE
All townspeople and non-fraternityI
men whjo Wish to take' care of high
school athletes for Friday nigh -are
asked to call the Athletic Office ut
once.

NewOxfords
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TIEOxfords illustrated herea are genuine Br'itish
importations, as English as Londoan fog. Tihey
have broad toes 'of the approved collegian type and
come in black or tan Scotch grain leather, with full
leather lining, Remarkable values.

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Then bring H ER a 'super -featulre
Brunswvick dance record or twor the
next time, you call. When she dan&&es
to some of these new hits she will pro-
nou nce them: a mbost welcome gift. And
rememtber, we gyet new Brunswick Rec-
ords daily, so if yQU, would give HER
the latest hits they must be Brunswik.
Come up ,today and listen to-
2420 Fooin' Ar ound-Fox-Trot
BP the Shalimiar-Fox-Trot
Isham Jones' Qrchestram
2411 Sweet Lovin' Marna=-Fox--Trot f
Kiss Me-Fox-Trot
Arnold Johnson's Orchestra
2412 That Red Head Gal-Fox-Trot
Sweet One-F--ox-Trot
- sham Jones' Orchestra
2413 Seven or Eleven-Co- :rnedieniie with Orchestra
Wan ila, -Comedienne with Orchestra
Margaret Young
Many other recent recordihgs by,
Isham Jones', Ario-l4 Johnson S, The
Oriole Terrace, Bennie Krue ergs
and other fam ous dance orchestra s

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