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THE~ MICHIGAN DAILY

MITHELNMEDON "Past Liquidated" When Russian Bear
EFFIIENY COMITEE'Parleys VIkith British Lion In Loa
Elmer D. Mitchell, director of the , R
department of intramural athletics, -J.J ;{ - :
has been named to a committee of the' "">:
American Physical Education associa- .. :: . ''x
tion to study physical efficiency stand-! e"':.;<: a'
ardls, ... " . ;
The committee will meet in Septem-
ber at Portland, Maine. Efficiency'
standards are well established in
track and field snorts, and the purpose'~
ofp this committee's researches will bex;: ,{}
the measuring of efficiency for such
athletics :. as~ football, basketball and
other sports. :Motor as opposed to
sensory efficiency will be tested, and a
regulated series of tests drawn up to ,;, .w,4.'
determine to what form of sport a ? r.t
person is best adapted. zr s's '
Presbyterians To
Banquet Seniors F s

'iDRAMA

(Continued from Page Four)
prepared with some recitation, "menm-
orized, if possible." This last is
highly important; by all means have
your selection memorized in order
iot to hamper. your expression with

Senior members of the Presbyter-
ian church are to be the guests of the
church at the fourth annual Senior
banquet to be held at the church sorc
ial rooms beginning at 5:30 o'clock
tomorrow. The affair is one of the;
more important social functions. of the
3college year, in the church.
Dr. S. H. Forrer, of Detroit, iw to
be the principal speaker on the pro-
gramn and will give a short talk on
"Life-the Great Adventure". He will
be followed by Mr. F. E. Mills speaking
for the church, who in this capacity
will discuss a subject fitting for the
gi-aduation ceremonies of the student
guests of the evening. Margaret
Jones, '24, and Robert Clark, '24; will
respond for the seniiors, and the en-
tire affair will be presided over by
-Judge V. H. Lane, as toastmaster. In
order that students may attefid other
functions attendent upon the grad-
u, ation activities, the banquet,; will
close promptly at 8 o'clock.
Woman to Emulate Crusaoe
T'an"astor. England, May 7.---(Byi
AP)-Miss E. L. Turner haf accepted
an assignment to act as bird watcher
for the Norfolk and Norwich. Natur-"
alists' society on a small island near;
*here called Scott' Head.
She will spend six months alone on
the island, occupying its only hut.
Food and other necessities will be
,brcuglit occasionally from the main-
land by., boat..
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no awkward book.. As to the selec-
on itself, remember that you must.
;how your talent in a very few 'min-
ites, and while there can be no''fixed
.le, slow, subtle, repressed passages
Bldomn impress the blandly' blase as-
Fmblage that will be your judges.
Generally, therefore, it 'is best to
[ye something either very fumny and
obvious, or, if you have the courage,
omething very tragic. Sometimes, in
act, ,a piece as. heavy as the death-
cease of Mercutto from "Romeo and
'liet," or the letter scene from "Mace-
3th" will let you in, not because the
ithorities necessarily appreciate ryour
eriousuess, but merely because they
dmire your nerve.
As a rule, the recitations are in-
ariably selected from plays, but there
r'e often admirable possibilities In
ramatic poetry-not Browning or
ddle 6,uest4 please--such as Kip-,
rig's "B~arrack Room Ballads." kip-
Og may not write good verse, but
e certainly composed remharkable
ramas in "Thke Rival, "F"isher's
<arding House," and even our hack-.
eyed "Vampire,"
There is no_ question that it is a
istinctive honor to belong to Comedy
tub-the best dramatic club, as they
ay, on the campus. ft you are takenn
iyou can pride yourself, on being
very good actor, and if you are not,
ou can still claim' talent, 'since the
ethod of selection is so haphazard.
Register Today
AgentsW'anted
EARN BIG VAC'ATIOCN
MONEY Yout can count Conx'14
to $15 a &ay n1ig this-"newr
adesory for Ford _can -SURE-
O-GAS, the Otwell reserve
ralve. Makes it imp sible to in
out of gas. FAsily inewalled Evwr
ford ovner wants one. W~re*fo
Our liberal pr~opouilan.
The Otwe'i Co >au
**U5S LUVernobAvenue
D.#t igih.

1)elegatos to thte Anglo-Russian confe
London. Left to right (in fkont):
Khidgr.Alieff, -Kontutoff and Radk
(left) and Mine. Malatoff.
The biggest treaty conference of
sentatives oif Soviet Russia and the E
negotiate a'trade treaty, and in the w
"to liquidate. the past and bring abou
The delegates of Russia wagre Chri
London and chief negotiator; Preobro
ance; Tomsky, chairman of the soviet
estan delegate, and Koututoff, of text
Women were in the Russian part
aid to the parley. They were Mlle. 0
taries to the delegation.
SIXY MEN..OAT FOR
FRESN NET SQUAD

3 ejiecin ir cizt of the foremgnof fiein °.'uII111ohI illlzIiltitizi~l iiiggii, vo
Prc)rozlpnswkN, oinsky, Rabavsky, '.
hlniko, anid, belo-w, jlie. (istronmim =
'~STRAWBERRY
the year was convened when rer - -
aglishx government met in dn to -- S
ords of Premier Maclonald o f Britain,
t peaceful relations in the future."
stian Rakovsky, charge d'affaires in9
lzhensky, assistant commnissar of fin- tit kroc hfltAYS
trade union; Khidgr-Alieff, the Turk- I
ile workers' union, and Radchinko.
y and two of them loaned valuable -=
stronnxiova and 'Mme1 Malatroif, ecre- ;Vw'here tlieVtl nowy .
how to mak'e 'em" -
M1ore than Co men have answered' E
th'e call for court candidates and from r 04 E. HURON ST.
first impr'essions Jeome feels that his
char,;os will round out Into a foirmid- - 1iiII1iiliilii6E6R16ail Hlldi[YE1D11101
abesquad.
With pleasan~t weathber that has held
fsway during the last few days, the
yearlings ..lave been able to put in
some good practice sessions. Due to!

rUii M A Yl11liitlllllliF ESi#liplt~ItiN1
MIHGA'
GRATS
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FITREESTGMWTH RFESTRVA....
Condayted by theyCompse
r Lov KregDeathMunich,"Tritn and Iaoldd"..
(AlmrCriandfoUnertyPeoranesby
SHECOND 'MAYH FRCESTIA
(Cous~nducted bg y 22,Compos
Z Lore Deat(hicagom Civispea).......... -
(oAlrDanged (DistinguishedeAmorianArtist
E EnversTy hray iE-etaluV, Moor2,e.
SChicago Symphony Orchestra-FFrederick Stel
O V E R U R E , " A i l g r m V i i o n . A R A , " e h l e n i n o n t a r d a r " ( " M a r r i a g e o f F
} SYMPHONICPOM "Pastorale d'ete"....
CO C R OI I O O I LN CANTrATA, "SEA DRIFT",. FOR B3ARITOE SO
GORCHESTRA..........
SARIA, "Me voila seule" (Les Pcheurs de P
=.SELECTIONS FROM THE'"3 MINOR MASS",
.; (~a,)"rctuxs" ib""e~rei.
I-
TIHIRD MAY FESTIVAL
{ ,! o Fr10,1yj~ftgrp06 (u, may "3,2~
5 ^ r ; s s e S O L OllIS1 a TS
A lbterto aIIa .. .. r, . ..
(.hultdren?.'s h stiyal 'hoai--G urge tsur Do
.,''h O iA T E ,SUXN WORSHITPPERS.. . .. . .. .
' VOICE O VNN
:E V{IIN G SONG :.................. ....,RCPTL ,,a
' ' TH3E FOUNTAIN.............
!NIGHT H-YM~N AT SEA'........ ....
O 0 BEAUIJ'fFiL V}IOT.........
SPRING SONG .................
I PRI"LMEL 'ITH MELOD Y.......
SGOOD NIGH'T, PRETTY STARS......
= MORNING...................
- CRADLE SONG ..............
FANTASIE IMPROMPTU .............
I'TALIAN SERENADE..... ......
S, SCHERZO...............
SWHIRL AND TWIRL (Froma "Flying pDutchino
rWALTZ SONG (from "Fauist") . ,..;.:......
SINVITATION OF THE TBELLS (From "Chime
FOURTH MAY FESTIVAL
Friday Evening, My 2,8:03 r
SOLOISTS
I 1 Soie Br Iiaslau (Metropolitan Opera)....
"" Tito Sehipa. (Chicago Civic Opera):.:....
° The Chicago Symph~iony 4r4'Iestra-'redrck Si
- Pit66RAM
SOVERTURE?, "Bohemia.... ....... .......
w RECITATIVE AND ARIA, "Gerechiter Gott" (1
°= SELECTIONS FROM SUITE NO.2........ :

ARIA, "M'appari" ("Martha") .......
.:CHOREOGRAPHIC POEM', "The Waltz". ......
,. SONGS WITH ORO.Hf+STRA ................
(a)-Serenade of Death. (b)--The Banks o
the Dnieper.
STWO TRANSCRIPTIONS FOR ORCHESTRA-
= (a) Molly on the Shore........ ....
(b) The Irish Washerwoman.....
SARIA, "Ossian's Song" ("Werthier").........
SSLAVONIC DANCES . . ............
FIFTH MAYFSIA

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the unwieldy ,-Ize of the present squad .
a number Of cuts will be made in thel.
near future.

rave notL onl~y the ~wen xnoUwn
ities but we hav e nw
novelties in separate colors
well as mixed.: .T~a perennial
ever seeds we hav a wide
iety and carry many kinds
carried in retail catalogues.
a small quantity or an ounce
equired we can supply. Our
cks are fresh and germina-
iis guaranteed. -Everything
lowering seeds, plants, bulbs,
ubs.
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r, Washington ,,k Vii h Ave.
BOARD
(Without Bre'kfast)
OUR DOLLARS
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Near Lane Hall

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- of Pens- ""Ink., Bebooc Writing,
Paper, etc., and an excellent assort-
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Mothers' Day.

Giant, Electric Locomotive
*Don't Fail to See This Monarch of the Rails-
pride of the "Milwaukee" road at
Ann Arbor. Mich.
Michigan Central Station
FRIDAY, MAY 9,1924
INTERESTING
INSPIRING
EDUCATIONAL
These mighty electric locomotives haul the Olympian
and Columbian, famous Trans-Continental tr~iins, silently,
smoothly. and speedily .for 649. miles over the Bitter Root,
Rocky and Cascade mountains ranges. A staff of well in-
formed representatives -of the C. M. & St. P. Ry. will be in

. DON'T Forget Youir -
S"(.OTHER next Su'na ru
MAY11
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te Send her flowers this SundaT.. Pot-
tdPlants, Roses, CarnationsASweetI
~Pe as, J onqu ils or T ulips '. ,lo
GUARANTEED FLOWERS I
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Sunday

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CON,

Saturday Afternoon, M1ay _04, 2 :30) o'clock
SOLOIS'TS
Harold Bauer (Favorite Concert Artist) ..................
Chicago Symphiony Orehestra-Frederick Stock..........Cc
PROGRAM
OVERTURE, "Cockaigne"...............................
A LONDON SYMPHONY (First Time in Ann. Arbor).......N
Lento-Allegro Risoluto; Lento; Scherzo; Andante-Alleg
Epilogue.
CONCERTO FOR PIANOFORTE NO. 5 E FLAT MAJOR . .De
Allegro; Adagio :un poco moto-Rondo.
SIXTH MAY FESTIVAL CONCEI
Siaturday Eiening, Miay 24, S:00 O'clock
SOLOISTS
Dusolina Giannini (American-Italian Concert Star).........:
Forrest Lamont (Chicago Civic Opera) ...................
Vicente Bailester (Metropolitan Opera)..................I
Cesare B~aromeo (Chase Sikes) (La Scala Opera).....
Chicago Symphony Orciestra-Fredterick Stock .......... Co
P11OGRAM 0
INTRODUCTION AND "HYMN TO THE SUNr" ("Iris") . .M
LA PRIMAVERA (Spring)......... . ...............

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priate than a framed, gift mot-
to or greeting card written 1by
the most popular authors?"
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