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of the Philippines Islands will give a talk on the ' "I'ogr'e~s 'of the Philip- fff~lFT~ If~l~I
pines," and Dean Maxino M. Ralaw' of, the Unliversity or the Philippines rri UIIVL LIODHUlI
will give .ai illustrated lecture on the "Conditions in the Philippines." TU n TlaffrA
Other features of the evening are the Philippine String Band of Detroit, I illT 1T19.1 IIIBIIOWIII
Native song ".KtJNDIMAN." by 'MI~s L. Torires and. Native dance "CARtINOS A.. H LI L!I I'
or Love Dance-mlsi- L. Toirei3 and Mr. R. Capistrano. Thee Public is cordi-
ally invited. AdinissjoU free. . Jose A. Enriquaez, President. All t fzl i: '1 ; people inzterested if

Pilhe XValber 1;Atletic icesy
ti~otsprtto sta fh ae

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Daddy Long-Legs:
Tonigit: at 8 or'clook sharp In University Hall Jean Webster's four ,-cf
comedy Daddy Long-Leggy ill be presented ias the next prog-ramn in th}e
Play Production Series. , I1. ID. T. foul ter.
Alph EPsllwi lzii:
" Ieeting of all active, associate and prospective members at the Union,
;A 5 00 this afternoon.' Banquet will follow the initiation.
4Afew, ;grup pictures ars till obtafnabl~e. Burto:IiE. Hyde~.
"ItI M Bade Putl):th eoyealenwilairs
,Professor 'William H. Hbsof teGooaydeatetwl
the 'service men of the canmpus on the- subject of "Australia in the NAorld
War" in the second* floor Rteadin4- 960o- of the Union, Thur~gday ewenin ,
?:: ( o'clock:' Thlenie is tnder the auspiices of the CGun k& Blade (lub.
All, men who, were in service. are invited to hear Prof. Hobbs who is in a pos-
ition to speak with authorityr oR this silbje'et as he WVas~ in Australtn during
InObilizatioh of troop., john A. Boy('e, P resi dent.
Acolytes;
t Acolyte~s are especially inviteti as guegt of the Matheradics Society to
hetir Dr. Bothezat talk on "Zeno': Paradoxes", in Room 151l, Ch1e1mistry Bldg.,
at 8 P. AM. tonight. 0.K. ol{* ila

in- t o thle tea wi ch b the h! ('r
depart mn s att01~ m tin ljtra ;'
giving at 4: 2 o'(lock tmorrow in t!h
staff room.
&Arlier f hisgii~eiXr, nyS
Hobart, assstan ean of wmen,
gave ;I conf-1rence to a:!nmber of
people *nten(Iiji, to take up library
work and it \\s.t, hought that I hi,
iniglli he supplementped by a, gathering
S die'1 the (lifferent schools for library
training could 1be discused.
At the tea tomorrow muenbers of
the staff whlo attended different
schools will be present to give infor-
miation about the kinds of training
given in each institution. The schools
rep~resented will be the New York
State Library School ait Albany. Pratt
Institute at Broolyn, Drexel instituite
, t PhliladelpVial, anld the schools at
the Universities, of Illinois, Wisconsin,
Western [oserve, Syracuse, andl Pitts-
burgh.
Guests at thle lea are to enter by
'Ahp lbasement entrance on the west'

Vlia'the~rofCimec:
TIhere will be an election of officers Thnrsd~y, IMUy 15, at 7:30 TP. M. in
Room. 02 Union.. BE 'THRkR. Robert J. Chick, Jr., Pulilcity Diretr
-Li'-on in the architectural dercture
r i room con the'second floor cif the ,En-
'W It Al _' I N (N ~* iering 1fl iing where they niay G 1 G O
'T'en tic'kets renau i for Ithe A rcliteet,'
May party, and may be obtained from
Aill person1s or societies uit1g tiak t. IT. Oster in the architectural cor-
} r IU1J)U) hilild InClUdi *is -their notices ridor. Programs for the affair will
1dayr,"hour, ,uind jilnee. Alli) tiC be given out in the architectural
WI(ithout Ui d' ata' w i~e'diP-grded; ' corri~orat 2 Veo 'k Thursday. ,Pro-
i'- ;, "" ,, _gram coupons must be, presented in
TIIERSFDAY .oicicr''t e&1rie th~ei
!on. DAILY C%. SSIFWtDS B3RIsNG
1:1- .Econa; lcts tfaclt ' uhuci n, BTG RESULTS-
union. . ON L!'fT:LE INVESTAME+NT
I:1v-G';iver ty: lecture -FUr. George,___________________
' ce Bothozat Sneaks 94. tblaw 4 of
inriPhysics west Iec-tu-re robmr. ~l~IlIIllItIl~l~Il~~iihl
;:O-iha Epsilon MNo dinner, rom# Are you willing to work? You 1
7; x0--Gm arci't ar e~fhr Vlo~. can easily earn $500.Q{} this stun- ,
7 ;S=--Round. lp,."rt~.m 34,: Unio~i. gsIncr ifyou are.-
7s;34- -Cham1rei' 4 Couinire .e trig
roos;m f2,Uz ol.,- our proposition is the most at- .
? iO4) and &a#-1{a P04 'sl rtIi -Ije- jit.'offer-4pat, yQu could ,wish
tur~eGerge Arlise,. U '"Ibisraeli , fa.
W ly h jhre isroom for 25 more
d eBothezat speakg 6h, Eelkeopters, Phone :'.-fron i 4i
"physics ,West it o t. 3 . GChck L. B. Abbott
"ti .. 1 'RrtJ i 4kncef I FfarrlGI.
The Peor A o J Iars d1;,
titlon drape: 2ci on e"htial- 1tll. l~1 , Illlllllg
r/

ide of the library.

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I SE IORS-Time's Flying-order NOW

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ALL WORK GUARANTEED '

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If you at-c cOntcrnphting having any interior decorating

cdone noQw, or in 6he nar future, let us know about it.

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are prepared to take care of it for you, Perhaps you arc
plaing on peidizg- tho : urnnr away from home. If 'so,
give us an idea of what you wa it cdine;t leave' your key with
us ; a -d when you',e *1vn "We will hiavc everything just- as y u

EARL V. MOORE, Musical Dirccr

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.IM3liI RfIUE(GER, Munich, Berlin and Madrid Operas ... ................ Soprano
1i1'SOLINA (AIANNIM, American-Italian Concert Star ... .................... Soprano ,
C.LAIIM:IDUX, Chicago Civic Opera...................... ............... Soprano
SOPllI E BI{SLAVE, Mbtropolitan Opera .................................. Contralto
TIITO SCHIPA, Chicago Civic Opera............................ ........... no
F"ORRE! , LA MONT, Chicago Civic Opera......................... ..........'Tenor
VIC tENT Y' B ALLE STER, Metropolitan Opera ............................. ..Baritone
IO P A L D A l) M U , A m e ric a n A rtist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .a i o n
C ESARlE BAROJIEQ, (Chase Sikes) La Scala Opera.... ................. .... Bass
, VIA LE T, American Virtuoso ............ ................Violinist
ALBEIIT4 SALVI, Distinguished Artist.................................. .Harpist
HJAROLD) BATER, t HMaste r Player ........................................ ..Pianist
1ALNER (CHRISTI.N, W'ell-F nminAris~t.... ...... ... .. .'Argaiist
THE UNII ER-SITY (110 RAL' ION, CA.RL Y.- MOORE, (7Xnductor. .. . . e.:. "10.oice,:;
THE 'III1IEN'S h 1 k HOF)G RE0. 1BOWTE1?N Conductor.. . . 500Voices
THE C'HICAGO) SYMIflONY ORCHIESTRIA, FREDERICK STOCK, Conductor'
LA PRIMATE.RA (First Time in America) ................... Respighi -i
SEADiRIFT (First Time in America) ...................;. ....... .......... Delius

Whave a ~very compiei line of'exceptional1l fine wall

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