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sDiscovery 'gurgle Amateurs Scheduled
Reveals Mystery To Fall Be fore' DAIL)J

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t Sulte from Gustal, Holst's
"Th~e Perfect 'Fool"

CHILDREN'S CONCERtT TO BiE
OFFERED THIS AVTER,-Oo-N
The local debuts of Florence M1a,-
bethi, sopranop of the Chicago Opera
company, and Giuseppe Dan ise, bari- :
tone of the Metropolitan Opera, are
the most gsitulflca~nt features of the,
fourth May Festival concert which!
will be given at 8 o'clock tonight in
Hill audtorium. The Chicago Symph-
co DY rcliestr~a under Mr. Stock will
offer five orchestral numbers includ~-
ing the suite front Gustav Hoist's op-
era, "The Perfect Fool" which received
its world premiere in London Last;
Monday night.
Since her debut in 1914, Mliss Mac-
Beth has been famous as one of the[
moqst brilliant coloratura sopranos now
singing. Mr anise is a comparative-
ly recent acquisition of Mr. Gatti-Ca-I
zazza, but his art is mature. havin~gC
won him an extensive reputation ini
allfthe leading opera houses of Europe
and South inerica before coming to
'this country.
The complete programn is asi fol-
lows:
Prelude to "Die Koengskinder"......
..Humperdinck1
"Credo" from "Otello"....... Verdi
*Mr. Danise
Dance Poem, "Le Pei" ...... Dukas
"Charmant Oiseau" from "Le Perle
du Brasil" ........... ...1)avid
:Miss Macbeth
INTERMISSION
IlRomnza fromip.".Gillaume Tell"
..........Rossini
Mr. Danise
Suite from "The Perfect Fool".. Holst
"Ou va la jaunie Hindoue" from "Lak~
me" ...............Delibesi<
Miss Macbeth
H~ungarian Dances (17-21).........
.Brahrus--Dvorak
Duet, "Vendetta" from "Rigoletto". .. .
.................Verdi)
Miss Macbeth and Mr. Danise
March. ',"Pompn and .Circumstance"

Sleepy Hollow, May 17.- (Special!
to The Dail y)-Keen disappointment
was expressed by Captain, Coach and
Cartoonist House, who will lead ithe
' gargoyle team, over the poor showing
of his men here Thursday when thfey
attempted to round into shape for the !
r annual DAILY-gargoyle baseball clas-
,~ ~ sic to be held Saturday morning at
.~. .:~:~f .~"' ~ '' erry feld.
': ~;:. ..j',~The jkr met early in th after-
~*.'. ,*."...noon, practiced throughout the rain,
whichJ' according to psychriatic tests
j ~they shouild have known enough t get
r' ms out of, ate ~a light mieal at 7 oclock
and continued to practice by the light
of the A-ichigan central head ights .un -
til midnight.
J Perhaps the most ragged exhibition
k, ti, of diamond work 'was' displayed bhy
~ I' Riford, who insisted on playing out-
side thefo ie anid otherwise li'ng I
tip -to.his reputation. Riford ,has! in-I
Sithed unpinnbratvrtisemnor. n
,teumnpir' aintaprtetotr. o
Steaketee, handsome -youth >whvlo
H~enry W1arren weighed in at 152 1-2, found difficulty
Henry W arren, .twelve, before the in sliding to first but his biggest we ak-
SChicago grand jury recently describ- ness was his iability to locate the
t ed how he discovered the skeleton of ba.g on his throws from .left ;field. In-
Leighton Mvount, hidden undler an Ev- variably Fredericks who ,vas ,swatting
anston pier. -The grand ;jury is, try- flies at home plate was forced _to utse {
in- to deter~mine the cause of death. a broom.
Mount is believed to have been slaini Hal Davidson, at short stqp, ,gave a
by haters.. .good example of the functions of. a
croquet wicket when be allowed groun-
B3erceuse.............Gri~eg der after grounder to roll safely into
Alla Zingarescai.......Ischetschulin the field..
Mr Whitmire -Aerw'yinhn Leathernman. .of -the fain-
Waltz, "Voce di -Prnavera" ..kStrauss ous Leather-pushers series, display-
Miss Keene~r7

ed good Judgment,'in leaving the prac-
tice early after -he had juggled slow
rollers consistently.
The battery for the :pun sters has
been definitelygsettled after great ar-
guiment .between Seagears and Herrick
over . vho should stand behind the
plate. Seagears caught in many of
the previous years and on the strength
of this it was thought -best to let Her-
ric do the backstop work. The pitch-.
er, a ringer who sold gargoyles to.
the advertisers, to be eligible, is of
formrer fame and has a score fo settle
Swith The Daily because truthful
sport writers declared him 'wild at
Varsity practice a year or so ago.
STUE T PAMTRIP
TO CKENICAL PLANTSi
More than 20 students will accom-'
panry Prof. WV. L_ Badger and Prof.
E M. Baker, both ,of the chemical en-
gineering -depaartment.:Saturday to De-
troit for a. trip_ through several chem-
ical plants. Any students other" than
those taking inorganic technology who
wish to make the trip should seeei
e- her Professor Badger or Profesor!
Bak-~r. The party will leave Ann Ar-
bor at 8 o'clock in the morning on the
Mi Tchigan Centra~l. >
Ti hepplant of tboe Solvay Process
company will -be the first visited. This
will give the inen an idea of a really
fbig chemical plant in addition to
showing special processes. They will
then go to ,the Inland Delray Salt''
Company to see the production of1
salt by several. processes. After #
lunch, the m xen will go to the Detroit
Chemical works -to- -see- the 'rpan-fa'c-
tune of sulphuric and other acids. It
is expected that ,the trip through ,this
plant will be completed by 4:310 o'-
,Clock.
.Gcolc ists tit .lihw Wyandotte Tripr
Stude3nts in Glacial Geology 23 will I
make a field trip to Detroit and Wyan-
dotte Saturday. morning, for the pur-
pose of studying glacial lake beaches ,
in that vicinity. -A special ,car will
leave the corner' of State and Packard
at 8 o'clock, regardless -of ~weather con-
,ditions, -and- will -return to Ann' Ar-j
bo y2 oc o k r F a k.L v rilecturer in -geology, will conduct the1l
expedition.

0110 Stte-The Varsity baseball, theme of, Dean Day:s
diamond wva in: imminent dcinger of'' son's spee:.h at thef
being ruined yesterday wheFn +he cam-! ference helid last we
puis lagoon, flooded by exeessivc rains,!
overflowed its 'banks onto th~i tennis !, liirzinoa-Two we
courts -and baseball diaincnnds. All chens are one of thbu h ast imau'-r o-.ftenw$,0,0
pletely submerged by +:( deluge, the nary which will be re,
latter escap)ing becaw,,c, it is built on 1. Th.e two kitchens
slightly higher grounda. If the waler the convenience of t
continues to rise ^oweve r it will soon The library will acc
hlood onto the va."mity dliamoud, it i.; people.
feared.

Davrloithi-zi1y;e terms of the(A
will of Helen IL. BlIrd, of New Y ork
who diedl Sept. M 91, Dartmouith
will receive a deferred legacv of X213,-
642, according to .nan pprnisa~l of the,
estate recerklv fly with the Newl
York tax: commission.

Si anfwd~a_- Sant
cently adopted a nc
gulates the extra ue
The object in vier
monoply of student
sure sufficient time

Cinrcinnar.ti-A professora

Nasszca :.lfts iviv4,o ri; iversity of Cincinnati says hlc
'flogyl,?-ecal ofCItil,- pre(Sent man- f'eshm.en because they are
agement of the Massachusetts daily,1 and gentle, the junior bee,
The Tech. would not guarantee one-'[show signs of becoming wis
half of their front page, and a five seniors because they are alr(
column flyer head line on the seniorI But the sophomores, accord;
class .cndoi aent stor~y, the executive judgment, are impossible al
committee of. the institute recommend- be dropped until they are ji
ed, at its meeting of May 6, thata
complete inve~tigation of The Tech "Rolling stones gather r,
be made, but unused furlakture gath
Call 960.

Marquis of Duff er in
The, Marquis of Dufferin ,has Just.
been mnmed speaker of 'Ulster and vice
admiral of that province by' King
George of England.
SUDENTS IN 0EMAN0
FORSUME POSITIONS

Chicago- Univetsity requirem.eatsj
are no longer to he measured in tni
of- grade points alone. That the newl
standard of measurement will be h,
terms of achievement, character or,
mind, attitude, skill, as well as the:
much creditedl grade points was the

Patroize the Daily advertis(

ITANY APPLIC.ATIONS F0l
-NOW Al UNIVERSITY
OFFICE~

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Ave- Marie uv.
Agnus leil.. . ...... ....ilzet
-Mr. NVI re
The Night Wind ...........FParley
There Are Fairie~s at -,he B~ottom of
Th~e F'alse Prpjpet. .......
I Selections -from "Haensel. arnd , xtel"
.1Rumiperdine,
The Children's chorus-
Web And Flange
Hiands 'btiqtion

I UI1I SHOWS APPROVAL
i I OF TAP ROOM MUSIC
IBeniamillo Gigli, ,-the brilliant
Ij Italli tenor of the Metropolitan
oV-pera comipany, here for the lIay
Ifestival, believes. in retuzrning
f favors., Mr.. Gigli visited the U~n-
f ion1 tap room for his evening
, meal Wednesday anldĀ° liked the
music of Alexander P. Strauss'
I. violin, which nightly, leads the
forchestra -that helps the Union
I patrons to digest their meals, so
well thaut he called Strauss to his
ytable so that he could better view
j the violinist. When .Strauss fin-
Iished playing, Gigli asked his
fpianist, who is accompanying
him in the May festival, to ac-
comp~any Strauss at the piano for
{*a few 1selections. The,. taproom
Ithtudered vwith 'appreciation 'of
leniamino.,

1; reads--all dealers

College students are in great de-
#mand for summer work: through out
the country thisy year. The empluy"-
ment bureau of the University has r-
eceived more letters from business
concerns 'offering sum rmer employ-
meot for. students than ever btefore.
Many salesmen jobs are open and-
fthree -or four letters a dlay are. re- evdofrn wr fti id
The Admiral. Oriental Pacific Ocean
steamer line has offered several posi-
tions for, college orchestras to play for
dances and at meals.
The Detroit Trust cmpnyha ',v-
eral positions open in aytheir publicity
department and news department.
Offers are being received every day.
Students who are planning to work
during the summer are requested to
leave their names at the office of the
employment bureau, room 2, Unix er-
sity hall.

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This Year's lMo,,t Ehloorato
Joseph Hergesheiier' s Colorl~,
Romance of Cubhan Nights

Damn- th
" h t w s t enPro fesso r W illi
mending this 11n
Pythias--
"Eldorado- my
Just think ofa
Case and haippine
1llil}:k --Wiler' e i
stic!ks of -achieve
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- -Aft f demon strating' :their lack of
bird May Festival concert, its-'! sill in '.the art o-f 'building at the
esignated the "Childr~en's Con- edge of thy-, diagonal yesterday after-
%vill bhe given at 2:-30 o'clock? noon, n-eophytes of WVb and F~l~age,
ernoon in Hill au-ditorim byj senior honorary s4oiety of. civil en-
e Keener, soprano of the Viet- gineens, were led bo-i -the hst dread
LnOpera coinpaniy; Arthur mat ch' that terliiated in W-illet's' cafei
tenor; Mr. Anthony 3'. Whit- it0 the banuet ini theirhono~ur.l
olinist; and the Children's Fes- Professor .,C., T.' Joltzston of the
orus under the direction of IGoodesy and - Surv'eying 46partment
Oscar Eowen1. Mrs. George B.I was priricijial speak~er ,at the banquet.
Miss Irene Finlh :7and ,Mss; Professors ,C. 0. 'Wis-er gaveatoast
Craham will play accdnmpan- entit-led "Thfe , pfluelc~e Line" and
spoke on , f a"Honor- -Sytetzi. Paul
wing i-s the program: Smith, '23E," rpre~sent~ed the 'active,
er..........Bieethoven nexbrQ'e a 4F1neaiI)e
Eiden Tree ........'. Schubert Hansinan, '24E,"sp'ke on .,hll of
Thle Children's choruts -thle initiates. '.Fih" Fisher, '23E, was
Lscelletto.......radies toastmaster.' "-
' WyDs Thou LeaveMe The' initiates are:' T. C. Hmod
... ..... .-Handel ! D. R. Alton, J. R. Polhamus, J. AV
as Eyes ..............ishop' Iostrup, 'R. N. Trites, IM,.IA,- Guen-
and Dearest ......Cargcjolo iie, C, W. DeClarlk, G. E. Dod91i,,
mlet Full of Flowers ........ F. L.. Smi~tb, E. 13. Sheppr, .
araciolo HI'ildebrandt, R.~ L. Whittaer, an
er's Night Song . .Rubinstein B. F. ThI~lanrn . '- '- --"
the Children's .ch ' - . i'- -

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come in and take
a look at our stock~
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State Street jcweier

302 S. State St.

Oodles Of gifts for the
gradu~ate

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A WORLD CONVENTION ON BUSINESS PROMOTION

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-SPECIAL SWAGiE ATTRACTION
TODAY- AND TOMORROW

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A business man of the- Central West, :who started 'with
nohig only a few Years ago aind has m~ade 'a fortun~e and
attained a nationaul reputation, said that it was possible for
hima to employ a salecs prom~otion executive with. 1,000 years
of experience. ",I choose him from among the members of.
,the advertisin~g club," he said. "There are 100 memnbers of
the club, -etich with an average of ten years of experience.
Hecan and does exchange ideas with them.. So, he brings
to bear on any problem pertaining to my advertising, 1,00
years of advertising experience."'
Apply that thought to the opportunities tI'i4 await yo~u
ait th'e-
NINETEENTH ANNUAL CONVENTION- -
ASSOCIATED AD'VERTISING CLUBS ofthieWORLD,
Atlantic City; June 3 to 7, 1923

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You do not have to be armemnber'
of xhis Association to attend and
r ub elbows with the 5,000 sales
promoters who will attend that
convention~. Youi can find oppor-
tunity to ask questions, to put your
own bugnresspr6rns up to ex-
perts you meet there.
In auirion to th~e 5essions~tkie
convention, loaded full of ousiness-
iuilirngideas, there will be~a greait

will go back home enriched.
Share with us~the joy ~of June in
Atlantic City. 'W'hat a delightful
place it is in tha delicious month!
Ample hotel accompmodations at
reas.onable, guaraniteed rates, ad-
mirable transportation facilities,
special railroad maces--a great lbusi-
ness oppor-tunity and a chance to
spend som~e most en'joyable days
at a cost less than the usual ex-

Share- with us the jOorj
June in Atlantic City

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