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PAGE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY su

TNDA:Y,'NOV1EMBER 4, 1923

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PLAN. zdS Ag fB F U DPATMENT TOKEP Y."ll.C. A. Secretary
Will Speak Here;
rnrqu linpAMP iv STATEI MAL RECORDI

, Mr. George Sherwood Eddy '
Mr. George Sherwood Eddy, Inter-
national Secretary of the Y. M. C. A.,
who will speak here on Dec. 2, at the
21st Annual Michigan State Older
Boy's Conference.1l
Lawrence, Kansas
To Get Old Flag.
NM Paso, Texas, Nov. 3-(A.P.)-The
flag said to be that which William
Clark Quantrell, guerilla chief of theI
Civil War period,'carried during many
of his raids has been preserved and is
in possession of S. H. Sutherland of
El Paso.
During the *Quantrell excursions,
according to the story related by
Sutherland, who now is 65 years of
age, the flag was carried by Jack ,
Swartz. Swartz is said to have died
at Las Cruces, N. M., 25 years ago
and to have expressed the desire that
the flag be buried with him. The wish
was not granted, however, and Suther-
land claims to have obtained it.
The emblem, according to Suther-
land, was carried in the raid on Law-
.rXence, Kansas, on the morning of
August 3, 1863, when 110 persons were
killed.
Quantrell, according to Sutherland,
was a school teacher in Lawrence be-?
for the Civil War. He took up the
cause of the Confederacy and organ-
ized his guerilla band when the war
began. His record shows Quantrell
was shot in a running fight with farm-
ers and died in a military prison at
Louisville, Ky.,- June 6, 1863.
Sutherland says he intends to give,
the flag to the city of Lawrence.
Money Granted Chemistry Departmenti
An appropriation of $25,000 was
granted to the chemistry department,
by the Board of Regents at their
monthly session last week. This mon-'
ey will be used for the repair of
rooms left vacant in the chemistry
building by the chemical engineering
department. It is expected that work;
will begin next week. At any rate
this repairing will be done slowly
since the building and grounds de-
partment which is still working on
the new engineering building will at
the same time start repairs in thej
chemistry building.

Music ANDMUSICINS
(Continued from Page Nine)
Op. 110, Hofmann will follow with
the quaint "Vecchio Minuetto" of
Sgambati, the brilliant "Perpetuum
Mobile" rondo of Von Weber and short
pieces by Cui, Poldini, Liadow, Edna
Woods and Hofmann. Then comes a
Chopin group composed of the A flat
Ballade, the F minor Nocturne and
the Grande Valse Brillante, Op. 34.
The Liszt tarantella, "Veneia Napoli"
brings the program to a close.
Because of the enormous sale, of
course tickets for the Philharmonic
concerts, few individual seats remain
to be sold. These will be on sale at
C-rinnell's untils5 o'clock tomorrow
and at Arcadia auditorium before the
concert. Prices range from $1 to $3.
Rn sa and Itiinii
Rosa Raisa, the great dramatic so-
prano of the Chicago Civic Opera as-
sociatioji, assisted by Giacomo Rimini,
will be heard in recital at 8:15 o'clock
tomorrow night in Arena Gardene,
Detroit. This concert marks th open-
ing of the recently-organized Civic
Music League of Detroit which is
schcduled to present nineteen sini-
a~r events during the course ot he
season at popular prices.
Over $40,000 has been contributed,
by David A. Brown, President of the
League, to insure the success of the
undertaking which will present during
the course of the season Ernestine
Schumann-Heink, Beniamino Gigli,
the Duncan dancers, Percy Grainger,
Anna Case, Alberto Salvi, the Ukrain-
ian National Chorus, the Mozart Opera
company in "Cosi Fan Tutte," John
Charles Thomas, Erwin Nyregyhazi,
Bronislaw Huberman and the Griffes
Trio. Three lectures are also includ-
ed in the series by Frank Swinnerton.
Isaac Marcassen and Whiting Wil-
liams. Tickets for the entire series are
priced from $5 to $15. Tickets for the
Raisa concert aie now on sale at
Grinnell's and will also be obtainable
at the hall before the concert. They
are priced from $1.50 to $,50.
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
One week from today, Nov. 11, the
Detroit Symphony orchestra assisted
by the Detroit Symphony choir and a
quartet of distinguished soloists, will
give Verdi's requiem i honor pf Ales-
sandro Manzoni, in observance of Ar-
mistice day.
Mr. Gabrilowitsch will conduct and
the solo parts will be taken by Rich-
ard Crooks, tenor; Emma Roberts,
cotralto; Mabel Garrison, soprano
and Wellington Smith, basso. The
Choir, drilled by Mr. Kolar, has now a
membership of nearly 300 and is re-
ported to be ih fine form. The per-
formance will be given in the evening
at 8:30 instead of in the afternoon
as the Sunday concerts usually are.
Tickets may be obtained either at
Crinnell's or at Orchestra hail befoe
the concert.
Spanlsh Society Changes Policy
La Sociadad Hispanica met recently
in Tappan hall to vote on the appli-
cants for membership. Due to the
great interest that has been shown in
the club this year it has been decided
not to limit the membership to fifty,
as was formerly done, but to make it
unlimited with a rigid enforcement
of the rule that two consecutive ab-
sences without excuse shall automat-
ically drop a member Fifty-two new
members were voted in and plans
were discussed for an initiation en-
tertainment.

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It's the mode of the
moment and we are
capable of bobbing
ydurs in the most
accepted and popu-
Jar fashion. Bob-
ed hair gives new
personality.
Mfladies Beauty
Shoppe
Geraldine Hogan
Above Chubbs
209 S. State Street
Phone 3234-R

Overflow Dance
November 1, 0,
University School Of IMusic
AUDITORIUM
TICKETS ON SALE AT SCHOOL OF MUSIC
AND BY MEMBERS OF MU PHI. EPS1LON

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as councilors under the auspices of
the S. C. A. Reimann, serving on V
a purely voluntary basis, is receiving
no pay for his attention to the camp. DLmCh, N
He is at present secretary for the hoto-Xraft Shop-I H
Presbyterian Men students.
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Chemical Faculty To Read Papers {i Nickels Arcade Opp. PO
Members of the Chemical faculty
are being asked to give papers at a
meeting of the American Association * -
for the Advancement of Science to, beoice G ifts
held during the Christmas vacation a
Cincinnati, 0. Prof. C. C. Meloche, of
the Chemical department, is in charge. ssN"

Denishawn Dancers
Coming, November 26

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