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'TI-IL IC IHIGAN DAL I

ITIO IEVOTE
FAVORSS KPLAN

Nvr-w Envoy?

Sonata Op. 2, No. 2 ........ leethoven
Siane Mouihidden
Mladrigale........... A. Shinonetti
J'au'ine Ka i s er
S st Movement Cantabile Sosten-
itt)...... ............ N. Lockwood
Prelude................LockwmoC:
Fatl;,:,.................. Lockw(od

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W.IA'1PS GOING O
election o ~crI i 1

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Referendum on Prize lWinning Paper
Prawn Ballot Exceeding

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0 FFI CIALUS ANNOU'NCE ('LOSE
OF PEACE CONTEST MAIL.

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New York, Feb. 19.-Rleturns from
the nationi-wide referendum of the Bok
peace plan have brought the total
gnumber .of votes p to over half a mail-
lion, with an approximate standing of
83 per cent for and 13 per "cent against
the plan.
Tabulation of the plan is as yet by
.sttsa dn tb or aiai n.ever, a, number of organizations have
collected their ballots locally and are
sending them in in packages. The Pol-
icy committee is announcing the to-
tal number of votes from some of
those, but is not yet releasing the
number of "yes" and "no" votes in
any one of these packages. Some of
these returns are 9,640 from the Utica
press, 1,650 from Yale university, 863
from Mount Holyoke college, 1,6111
cfrom Pennsylvania State college, 1,777
from the Philadelphia Fire depart-
anent, and several thousand from the
A Fkord Motor' company. In addition to
these, votes have been received from
Schambers of commerce all over the
t country. The average daily vote
from churches throughout the coun-
Stry is thirty ,.multiple ballot sheets
each, sheet bearing, about twenty
names and all certified by ministers.
Letters accompanying ballots re-
turned in bulk. indicate that the bal-
~loting has been dlone in every case
with great care Colleges have gen-
. orally required a reading of the plan
Sbefore having the students vote at all.
Principal votes by states are New
Y'orki 88,540 for and 15,568 against;4
California 2 ,182for, ?,37 against; 1-a
lin~ois 13,181 for, 2,511 against; Iowa
13,6i54 for, :1,711 against; Massachus-
etts, 33,640 for, 4,954 against; Michi-
gan, 4,50J for, 1,034 against; New
Jersey, 22299 for, 2,794 against; Ohio
25,163i for, 3,00 against; Penniyl-
vania, 581,914 for, 6,734 against.
In response to many inquiries from
, communities throughout the country
it "is announced that the referendum
will'not close until March 15. How-
ever, in :a letter sent out by the men-
ber in charge a plea was made for as
many votes as 'possible by the first of
the 'month.
VARSITY BAD ANEL
A NNUAL_'SPINGAUNT
All plans for the annual spring
Varsity bnd iAri ha tie ,en crceled
as a result Hof the conflict with %thej
Lenten season. ast trips undertaken
during this season have..proved to be
unsuccessful 'financially and for that
reason the management thought it tn-
wise to make the long trip.
It has been decided to have a num
ber of short week end trips which will
cover many Michigan cities almost as
completely as would the longer trip.
A reorganization of the band will be
effected soon as a result of the semes-
ter grades which have been received.
Florence, Feb. 19.-Marquis Fil-
ippo. Terrigian, Italian Senate vice-f
president, is dead, at the 'age of 74.
,totYDELQE
WCRITICSdIN
dusty oI
Comedy

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..I.Love Thee.. . ... . ....... 'ie-'n y -alV
Ali, Love but a D~ay ........... Beech 1~0 'vu '* ~si
>.."::c; V ;'he Year's at the Spring.....13Beech Glee c , ,roni liSSho fMs ad a
D)orothy H elen Shadyc
.*I.-........lt.onld(,capr'iccio, 01p. 14. .Mendlelssolin -l: :, ; inuntce club lleeiy ra 142DELICIOUS
FO' wendolyn 'Wilson I ni;1n.
Accomnpanimnents by Mrs. AIbigil S. .;- Itwilit at i s a s°= 1:1 s?:lru- and
;:;"_>": :";:":..: ; Ratliff'!, Lucile 1BelIa my and l wight; diurum. "A I
Stee re,. _, <:D1- Ileo113vs i i-ie a a~snIc leis-
PlS; for Ypsi tripl.
Mri. Palmer Christian, University or- 34- iltea ody3dcas-
i 1 ~ganist and head of the organ depart- ciety dininer', rola 315, Union.Its nd
' 7~:00 --ha. socie~d ailoianlcar meelN ts]
moent of the University School of Mus- hn
= z i , will give the following program at 7 :00---Quarter lltvck melf'.is in room ll:341.. Ask for Molly 0
t he regu!A~r twilight organ recital at l.
4:15 o'clock this afternoon in IHill aul- I , :s,0-Xirzzgstenfi - 4liclhign club
I .Wlhl ditorium. ine:ts in room 304, Union.
D.VlelaSl.Legend and Symphonic Finale 7s 1Rsachcu ictig eia
Dr. Wilhelm Sol,.incumbent Ger- ' . Guilmant I1mlig
leman ambassador to Tokio, will be the Ave Maria .... .... .... Arkadelt bui-ling o .A nlki p
next envoy of "erlin to the UnitedI Allegretto.... ....Wolstenholme reettvsiCheuprraig
States, it is i -lhably reported. Dr. Passacaglia and Finale on Bach rom I
! Otto Wiedfeldt is to b recalled from roo, Union.
'Washington shortly as a result oi 'thi..........eorShuan, ::-~lldllcrlzII club Yzueel; at I,-
i ; Mi\inlietto antico e Musetta....... Yon in
much criticized action of the German ion.se...... icisn 4
einbassy in 'keeping its flag at fuliBros.........Dcisn7:*30-avatl Reserve inrzeting on Imi- FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
;mast the day of the Wilson funerai. SmhoifPe Fibnalliblus wI court of Waterman gymlnasium.ii
Dr. Solf has been governor of Samoa - 7 :341-Fore stry club mieets in romt :,H
arA. imperial colonial minister.! Matinee Musicale will hold its Feb- Natural Science buildling.
- - I ruary meetin g this afternoon at 3:30 i___________--__________
6cckin the assembly hall of the Un-'Il ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS LINW E
UI C N i 1Smx6P'ocwodwl giv l' :4- )ctaIfaculty lUU(z''llteoi, l 11 Central Time (Slow Time)
1o1 aulP okodwl ieIion. Leave Chamber of Commerce
M u vIzINS rIan dd re s oI"TheModplayrcrs- rjr ,ar ,I0O~Week Days Sundays
Orches-i~ lyesrclri s 1oa 6:45 a. m. 6:45 a. Mn.
tr a" is. Pearl Wolcott, vocalist, and 205 Iatsoni hall. 12:45 P. m. 6:45 P. M.
S4:45 P. m.
Advanced situdents of the School of Miss GiracoIlendrickson, pianist ap- 7:341-vh1?isft.an X6.Sdrene ssa'li y' meet4' JAS. H. ELLIOTT, Proprietor
Music will give a recital ot 7:;30 pecar on the musicail program of theJ at Lane 1hxll. on92-AdinMih
afternoon. 'Pea will be served at the
o'clock this evening in the auditoriumz conclusion of the meeting.
of the school, to which the public 1s -
cordially invited. They will 11pla es odnFb.- --l'rom""or Arc- ' X ' ' ___________ _
folowngaroram, answering a Pairliamen rtary y ,' i- b+O
PooaseCmnr......Cli question, said the Eel it' sh had ac-
Helen Bidlilis cepted termsn for settfling the debht to U1 .n
Allah.............. G. M. Chadwick: America, so there could be no que:,oGP'u4K
Route.,Marchin. ........ K:li gi ;#ion I (I reopeni negotiations for any (r-ert + ' '
Ilar'old Storms otber terms.
ST ANIN RLY those who hae
TOIfT :3-:01Osnoked Melaclirnos 1
can judge the quality
60 Cents of the finest Turkish'
tobacco.
FIRST COME. OGNA
FIRST SERVED
THE'INN The One Cigarette Sold the World Over"
LANE HALL

DETROIT UNSITED 'INE
EAST IBrU'NI1)
Lim.r21iteds: 6 a. in1., 9yI .l in. 9, i
("eey ouGirs tJ .):10 pt. I1=-
I~xres: 7a. in.. S a tn. <,:,d(everY1
two0 hou~rs to 8,p. I,.
Lo1,1caIs: 7 a. Ill., <.;3 a ii
every two hon!rs to 85 nl.,
WEIFST 14O1UN )L
Liniteds: 8:47 .in cnde c w
B lurs to 8:47 p. ,n.
', Cxuress (mak ing Le..al stops " ): 9:S
f <;° l 7:50 a. rm. fl':1#)a. W
cle'rks of the urm tipotn
IVienna. baiksle: onsrieo oe
pay; 6,540 me;n are iuvolv(,d.

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R Choice of at Career
Fromx the Yale News
THE NINETY-FOUR
Someone, probably an insurance
agent, was quoted recently as saying
that from the mass of one hundred .
f college graduates one individual only 0
rose to the Polo and butler class, peril-.-
ously near the top of the financial lad-
der. Five others became comfortably
r¢ off and found themselves after twenty
1E years at the small yacht and chauffeur{
1d stage. The other ninety-four presum-
9 ably congregate in the great section of
the American people who drive their
own Buicks to the golf club. In otherM
l ~words, dreaming about being a rich ?
1 r man is one thing, and making the grade
is"soehn else again."}
kf ~Yet the ninety-four presumably wr
just as hard as the sumptuous six. Their ,
business is the axis on which a small,
and uninteresting world revolves. They k
have become devotees of the dollar
and when that fickle deity deserts, have
k nowhere else to turn. Jammed in a
dull, straight rut of bsnss they can
" ~never leave the road and jumpth fence
inofiner fields of life. This, then, is
the portion of ninety-four men out of eeyhnrdnwo h aps
r0 ~~The answer to the problem lies in ,
the proper choice of a career.y
0AI Between now and Commencement we e
shall have something to offer on the
i. subject of "Careers." Watch for the space
with the Famous Signature.,
OF BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS
S Sixty-or~e years in business. Now insuring One Billion Seven Hundred
' , Million dollars ini policies on 3,250,000 lives. ,

7 Ge Mai~gro lira Petrod
Bailding, Dallas, Te
ALFRIED C. BOSS(
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FEBRUARY 22

IDELIPARK &BARKER
Soft, Collars, regular
59 cent values. 10
cents Each or 25c
3 for.
W A D~ olwA'MS

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THE American business build~ing~ represents a distinct and national
architectural style wvheni its esign frankly emphasizes its sheer
height and outwardly expresses the inner facts of its consstruction;
The tall buildings wh I:ich stand as mionumecnts throughout the count-
try to the vision of out architects and the skirl of our engineers have,
in the gigantic ;rofles which they rcar againstrho sky, the true Amer-
ican spitit of aspir,:ion and progkress towrard evenl greater achieve-
mfenlts.
Certainly mrodern invention-modern engine>ering skill andl organiza-
tion, will prove inurec than equal to the dc-rnands Of the architec ture
of the future.

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