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Faculty Cocetf 1CAG1_V1f ',D OHIUO DEBA TE
F4eatured aurdBvyBandi
The-.,Faculty concert Sunday after- ::;' .,k<
nooni gave to many an opportunity to at' nvriybn narp- s r":
tltion- of . the band, bounce program.
VTlomas, Dewey,. favorably known on
the..camipus...as a. bass-baritone, -was
Director Wilson was obviozsy han-
dlicapped, by an incomplete band. the
lack of~ cornets and the absence of
the baritone horn' being particularly
noticeable. The band was at its best
in the marches;. "Fairest''of the Fair"
(Sousa); "Men of the Maize and(w
Blue". "Gorutky-Wilson), and "Jack
Tar" (Sousa). The selections froml
"Carmen: went wel enough at first 3
but'the brasses were 'very uneven ini
the last part. The burlesque of "The Michigan "tiuiez's Affirm iative i)ebttting Teamn
Girl .1 Left .Behind Me0 .was easily The Michigan women's affirmative debating team, whichi debated here
the most supecessful selection on the iFriday night with Ohio State. Left to right they are: Frieda Diekhoff, '24;
program. Yone Moriya, '23, and Florence Fuller, '25.
Thomias Dewey, who ordinarily I ___________________________________
sings, a full,. round tone, ward not at
his best Sunday. HIs sustained notes ' nV terans CompIl
notab ly in Massenet's "Vision Fugi-]OWN TOf0 l HROIT
tive", went flat in the middle, and he Lis OE'B ddes
manifested i ',inect tendency, to cut j E3U'I
totthe siusta ned. notes. In spit( 1LEiMI N GYMNUSIVM 1)tainwbegcopldyth
of this .lapse from his truly high Stan-Iaai o en opldb h
dlard he sung Max kwing's "Song of l Veterans of Foreign wars for a his--
thie Tinker" with a grace and spirt) S()O.1l011IES AND DORMITORIES tory' of all ex-service men on the
that, made this number the most sat . TO HATE DECORATED, aps h rgnztoIast
;lsfactory on his program. capB.TeOranztinpast
In 'addition to these the following BOh have a complete record of all men who
numibers were presented by the b.and: _ rsdn havce ever been in service.
"Spanish Rhapsody" 'f:(Ferront), "Ven PvrsBurtn Marion L. Iuto a A fter the data is received, the men
etian Beauty" (Rolfe), and "The Call Ms utn Dean Jean Hamilton andJ v1 edvldinotregup
of the fllk". (A'ford)'.' Mr. Dewey al- the deans on the campus will act as present Federal B~oard men, men who
so s;Ang "Temple Bells" and "'Til 1 patrons and patronesses at the dance have been in the cantonments in this
Wake", both. by Wkolfe-Finden. wichl'is to he given Saturday ven- country, and men who have seen over-

laugh after another, while a new quipI
TheStage 1rm cnyeo et. I£Veslk
wild fire throughout the town.
WHITNEY "Red Pepper" perhaps is the most
1 elaborate musical comedy in which
After enjoying a tremendously sue-:McIntyre and Heath have ever star-
red. It was a real sensation when
cessful run at the -Shubert theater,prentdlssaontthSubt
~ Yrk ~ ~ ad Hath theater, New York. Particular com-
* pen an engagement next Sunday at1 pliments were paid the chorus, as the
the Whitney theater, in "Red Pepper."I girls were considered more beautiful
The engagement oji McIntyre and' and better dancers than any similar
Heath here means tile iast word ini attraction playing Broadway. This
hilarity, as the comedy efforts of same splendid organization comes
thesw noted players is just ont, good inta.-


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Detrcilt 1Men Prelare Record Event toI
- lonort icehigan Team
kans are being' pushed by Detroit
IAlich n alumni to give the Varsity
football -.team the biggest "fbust" yetl
held lwhen .Coach Yost, his assistant
coaches, members of the Varsity, re-
Sserve, and 'freshman squads, hand
anid cheerleaders,. arrive. in Detroit
Sckt Sa-turday -noon for 'the annualI
As this Is a victory year, the com-
mittee is planning a true victory cel-
ebration in honor of Coach-Yost and
the champion~ship team. 'Ofie of the
featu'res will. be a parade, led by the
land through the. Detroit streets.
"' Luncheon' will be ,served-at the, Uni-
versity club, and the Board ofCo-
mnerce. Later everyone will gather in.
the Board of Commerce to-wind uip.
the p rogram with speeches,. °cheers,
and toasts to: the victors.
In the aftermnoon -the - men will be
~uests of John H. $tusky, and the I
ahlmiV at 'th~e Capitol theater.
Belgium~ Honors Hoover
Staunford 'University, Calif.,,. Dec. 4.
-Belgium,. through an official repine-
"" sedtative, formally dedicated here to-i
day a bronze statue set up on the
Stanford universtity -campus. in' rec-
ogniti~n, of the: humanitarian servicesl
rendeted to the' Belgian nation duringI
the.Wrl War by Secretary Herbertj
Hoover,, a Stafford graduate.

ing at Waterman gymnasium.
Arranu~e Booth s
Plans for decorating include an ar-
rangement of booths which will be
placed around the sides and ends of
'the hall. The larger spaces at the
ends will he taken by Betsy Barbour'
house and Helen Newberry residepoi-
respective-y, while each of the 18 sor-
Iorities will have booths alo; J .
sides of the gymnasium. Univovi-pt:
trucks have been secured for~ the' ur-
pose of assisting in the tranc- r..ta-
tion of the furniture a)nd ilo °e r or,
the various houses to Waterman gyiii-
nasium Satur~day morning.
Tickets A vailableI
Music for the dance will be fur-
nished. by Kennedy's first orchestral
which is to tour the East during, the(
Christmas vacation. The music to be
played at 'this time is that which hasI
been 'prepared by the orchestra for
the trip, and this will be the only. op-
portunity of hearing it in Ann Arbor
before Christmas.'
Tickets for the dance are $1, and
may, be obtained at Graham's book-I
fArm,-,Wan 1Loss e~(ar41at
1Athens, Dec. 4.-The losses ex tho
Armenian community in Smyr'na total
118,000,000, according to a tabuilation
made by a. committee under the d-
rection of the bishop of Smyrna.

seas service._.,,..,..,.,. ,..
The principal purpose of this comn-
pilationm is to facilitate the work of
the miitary ball commnittee, and the
r1work of the Veterans Memorial comn
1mittee, which is planning to complet-
I the Union reading room.
In order to make the record as comn-
plete as possilble, it is urged that all
e' -ser;:ee men fill in the blank which
aYea:-°d in Sunday's issue of The'
1 V, or duplicate, and mail it to Ar-'
tl. r ;' Anderson, 413 Thompson, im -
mne =Gt ;I.
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